LINGUIST List 7.1344

Fri Sep 27 1996

Jobs: TESL, English Lx, Positions for Applied Linguists

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  1. Bo Up Hong, TESL positions at Inha for 1997
  2. Allison Smith, English Lx
  3. "MARY E CALL", Positions for Applied Linguists

Message 1: TESL positions at Inha for 1997

Date: Mon, 06 Nov 1995 16:32:40 +0900
From: Bo Up Hong <>
Subject: TESL positions at Inha for 1997
**10 TESL positions available at Inha***
The Language Center is inviting 10 native-speaker instructors of freshman
English conversation to be assigned to classes of not more than 25 students
for the spring semester of 1997 on a one-year contract renewable to a
two-year one upon satisfactory completion of the initial contract. The
minimum teaching load per week is 15 hours. The minimum annual salary is KW
19,200,000 for MA/TESL. Independent housing with cooking, bathing,heating,
and airconditiong facilities.
University hospital provides medical care based on the Korean medical
insurance system. Extra compensation for extra teaching hours during
vacations. For further detail,please refer to the Inha home page(line 1) ,
e-mail or fax:
 1.Contact information
 www: or

 2. required documents:
 A.passport photpages(coped)
 B.two passport size photos (to be mailed)
 C.BA or MA Diploma
 D.TESL certificate
 E.academic transcripts(official)
 F.two letters of recommendation from your supervisors
 G.medical history record (can be mailed later)
 3. application deadline:Oct 15,1996
 4. address:Mr. Bo Up Hong
 Director of Language Center
 Inha University
 253 Yonghyundong
 Inchon 402-751 KOREA(SOUTH)
 5. source of info on Inha TESL positions
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Message 2: English Lx

Date: Fri, 27 Sep 1996 09:45:29 PDT
From: Allison Smith <>
Subject: English Lx

English Department
Western Washington U
Mail Stop 9055
Bellingham, WA 98225

Position in English Language/Linguistics. Assistant or Associate
Professor, tenure-track position beginning in September 1997.
The salary is competitive. Applicants should provide evidence of
effective teaching and show potential for strong scholarship. We
have a strong linguistics component in our English studies and
English education programs and are seeking candidates who can
teach linguistic theory and its applications effectively in this
context. Candidates must be able to teach introductory and
advanced courses in at least two areas, such as history of
English, generative grammar, sociolinguistics, language and
gender, or textual analysis. Successful candidates will be
expected to contribute to the department's other programs in
literature, education, or writing.

We seek candidates who will provide cultural and experiential
diversity to the department. We will make a special effort to
recruit candidates from under-represented groups and will
consider creative hiring arrangements, such as shared
appointments. We urge people of color, women, Vietnam era and
disabled veterans, and persons with disabilities to apply. Send
letter of application, CV, and dossier to English
Language/Linguistics Search Committee, Department of English,
Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA 98225-9055. Please
do not send writing samples at this time. Screening begins
NOVEMBER 8 and continues until position is filled. WWU is an
AA/EEO employer.

Thank you.

Allison Smith
Asst. Prof, English Language and Linguistics

Any questions, please contact me at above e-mail address.
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Message 3: Positions for Applied Linguists

Date: 24 Sep 1996 23:18:00 EST
From: "MARY E CALL" <>
Subject: Positions for Applied Linguists


 Subject to funding, the Linguistics Department of
 Montclair State University expects to have two tenure-
 track openings, one at the assistant level and one with
 rank open, for Applied Linguists for the Fall 1997
 semester. Montclair is a New Jersey State teaching
 university located about 15 miles outside of New York
 City. Candidates for these positions should have a
 primary specialization in one of the following areas of
 Applied Linguistics and a strong secondary
 specialization in another: Second Language
 Acquisition, Language Education, Literacy,
 Bilingualism, Discourse Analysis, Sociology of
 Language, and American Sign Language. Applicants with
 professional experience in contexts where linguistic
 theory is applied are especially encouraged to apply.
 A commitment to undergraduate and graduate education is
 essential. Responsibilities: undergraduate and
 graduate teaching in a variety of areas of applied
 linguistics, student advisement, scholarly research,
 and committee assignments. Qualifications: Ph.D. in
 Linguistics, university teaching experience and a
 demonstrated record of scholarly research. Application
 deadline is November 1, 1996 but applications will be
 read until the end of November. Please send a cover
 letter, curriculum vitae, and 3 letters of
 recommendation to:
 Chair, Search Committee
 Linguistics Department
 Montclair State University
 Box C 316 V - 12
 Upper Montclair, NJ 07043
 Montclair State is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative
 Action Institution.
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