LINGUIST List 7.1750

Tue Dec 10 1996

Jobs: Research Position in German Ling, TESOL Job

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  1. Joerg Wagner, Job: Research Position in German Linguistics (Halle, Germany)
  2. antony kunnan 10-07-92, Re: TESOL Job

Message 1: Job: Research Position in German Linguistics (Halle, Germany)

Date: Tue, 10 Dec 1996 17:22:45 +0100
From: Joerg Wagner <wagnergermanistik.uni-halle.de>
Subject: Job: Research Position in German Linguistics (Halle, Germany)

Dear LINGUISTs,

I have been asked to bring the following job announcement to your
attention.

Please, direct all inquiries to the following address:

tietzgermanistik.uni-halle.de

Thank you
J.Wagner
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Research position in German linguistics
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Prof. Dr. Gerd Antos
Martin-Luther-Universit=E4t Halle
Germanistische Linguistik

Dringend! Aufgrund besonderer Umst=E4nde kann ab 1.1.1997 f=FCr
maximal 2 Jahre eine= halbe
Mitarbeiterstelle (=3DBAT IIa-Ost) in einem Forschungsprojekt
der= angewandten
Linguistik (Germanistik) besetzt werden.

Voraussetzungen sind:
 - mind. abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium im Bereich der
 Germanistik - umfassende und breite Kenntnisse in der
 (synchronen)
germanistischen Sprachwissenschaft
 - "Lust auf Forschung" und Teamf=E4higkeit - die
 F=E4higkeit zur Darstellung von Forschungsergebnissen in
Vortr=E4gen und Publikationen

Bei Interesse bitten wir um rasche (und ernstgemeinte)
R=FCckmeldung (kurzer Lebenslauf, Erfahrungen im Bereich der
germanistischen Linguistik). Erreichbarkeit in den n=E4chsten
Wochen w=E4re wegen m=F6glicher R=FCcksprac= he f=F6rderlich.

Ansprechpartner: Heike Tietz e-mail s.o. Tel.dienstl.: 0345/55 23 602
 Prof. Dr. Gerd Antos: Tel.: 09131/ 51035
 
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Message 2: Re: TESOL Job

Date: Dec 10, 1996 09:43:38
From: antony kunnan 10-07-92 <akunnancalstatela.edu>
Subject: Re: TESOL Job

 TESOL Job Announcement

Applications are invited for a tenure-track position in TESOL at
the Assistant or Associate rank in the TESOL Program at
California State University, Los Angeles (CSLA). Effective start
date is Fall Quarter 1997.

Minimum qualifications are an earned Ph.D. (for tenure) or ABD in
applied linguistics or closely related field and ESL/EFL teachig
experience. Expertise in second language theory and practice,
including teaching methodology, and interest in teaching in a
multicultural environment are required. Expertise in two of the
following areas is desirable: materials and curriculum design,
sociolinguistics, language policy and language testing.

Principal duties include teaching methodology courses and
developing and supervising the ESL practicum. In addition, the
candidate will be expected advise MA thesis and project students,
and conduct scholarly research. Starting salary is between
$37,140 and $42,636. Full benefits are provided.

CSLA has a vibrant MA TESOL program on the LA campus and an
equally exciting MA TESOL program in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In
the recent past, it has been the site of an annual three-month
Fullbright-funded teacher training program for Egyptian teachers
of EFL.

Applicants should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae,
three letters of recommendation and transcripts from institution
awarding highest degree. Review of files begins January 21,
1997. Position will remain open until filled.

Applications, required documentation and/or requests for
information should be addressed to:

 Dr. Simeon Slovacek, Chairperson,
 Division of Educational Foundations & Interdivisional Foundations
 California State University, Los Angeles
 5151 State University Drive
 Los Angeles, CA 90032-8143

 For information only:
 Phone: (213) 343-4300
 FAX: (213) 343-5336
 E-mail: sslovaccalstatela.edu or asnowcalstatela.edu

This job announcement is also posted on the TESOL Program home
page at:

 http://web.calstatela.edu/academic/tesol/tesolhpg.htm

CSLA is an Equal Opportunity/Disabled/Title IX Employer
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