LINGUIST List 7.542

Fri Apr 12 1996

Jobs: Teaching Eng in Kyushu, Comp ling, Sabbatical replacement

Editor for this issue: Ann Dizdar <dizdartam2000.tamu.edu>


Directory

  1. Narahiko INOUE, Teaching English job in Kyushu
  2. Martin Volk, Position as Research Assistant in Computational Linguistics
  3. Roderick A. Jacobs, Sabbatical Replacement, Spring 97

Message 1: Teaching English job in Kyushu

Date: Tue, 09 Apr 1996 16:16:57 +0900
From: Narahiko INOUE <inouenrc.kyushu-u.ac.jp>
Subject: Teaching English job in Kyushu
JOB OPENING

3-year full-time position for teaching English

Kyshu University, Institute of Languages and Cultures has a full-time
Associate/Assistant Professor ("jokyoju" or "koshi") position
available starting from October 1, 1996. The minimum qualification
is:

(1) BA and 4 or more years of research and teaching (MA or PhD 
preferred)
(2) age under 50
(3) specialization in fields related to teaching English, e.g.,
applied linguistics, communication, speech, linguistics, literature

The job will include teaching English in undergraduate foreign
language courses and cooperating with other faculty members in
research and developing curriculum.

The salary is based on the national university pay scale with possible
housing and commuting allowances. Research and traveling funds are
available. Although the position is ordinarily a tenure-track
position, it will probably not be renewed after the 3-year contract
because of the budget cut.

The deadline for application is mid May.

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This is not a officially publicly advertised position. If you are
interested in the position contact me at the following address with a
brief resume. I will recommend strong candidates to the search
committee. At the time of my recommendation, I need their complete
resume and health examination record.

With my own professional preference, I am looking for a PhD with
college teaching experiences in speech/debate, communication, applied
linguistics (in a broad sense). A qualified person may be asked to
teach such courses in BA and MA programs. The salary will probably be
5 - 8 million yen depending on the age and qualification. The
teaching load will be around 6 classes (90 min. each) per week.

I will post this message in the LINGUIST and ELTASIA-L. If you have
access to other lists and other information board, please post it.
Thank you.

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Narahiko INOUE, Ph.D.
Institute of Languages & Cultures
Graduate School of Social and Cultural Studies
Kyushu University, Ropponmatsu, Fukuoka 810, JAPAN
Phone:(+81)92-726-4667(direct) FAX:(+81)92-731-8745
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Message 2: Position as Research Assistant in Computational Linguistics

Date: Thu, 11 Apr 1996 11:27:34 +0200
From: Martin Volk <volkifi.unizh.ch>
Subject: Position as Research Assistant in Computational Linguistics
2 POSITIONs in COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS
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Where: University of Zurich/Switzerland
 Department of Computer Science
 Computational Linguistics Group
 Winterthurerstr. 190
 CH-8057 Zurich

What: 2 Research assistants for 2 years

Starting date: Summer 1996 (no later than October 15)

Qualification: Diploma/Masters degree in Computational Linguistics or
in a related area (computer science, linguistics) with minor in
Computational Linguistics. Programming skills in Prolog and good
English skills are required. Skills in LISP, knowledge of grammar
formalisms, and logic based semantic representation are an
advantage. Knowledge of German is another asset.

Task: Development of an answer extraction system over UNIX man pages
(translated into a knowledge representation language). An input to the
system will be a natural language query (in English). Output will be a
natural language answer tailored to the query. The system will build
on existing NL processing software. The project is sponsored by the
Swiss National Science Foundation.

Benefits: 60'000 Swiss Francs/year; PhD work possible; modern working
environment; living and working in Zurich


For more information:
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Contact: Prof. Dr. Michael Hess <hessifi.unizh.ch> Tel.:+41-1-257-4377
 Dr. Martin Volk <volkifi.unizh.ch> -4325

Background information on the department and the CL group:
 http://www.ifi.unizh.ch/groups/CL
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Message 3: Sabbatical Replacement, Spring 97

Date: Wed, 10 Apr 1996 16:51:18 -1000
From: Roderick A. Jacobs <rjacobshawaii.edu>
Subject: Sabbatical Replacement, Spring 97
The Department of English as a Second Language at the University of
Hawai'i is currently seeking a visiting faculty member as a sabbatical
replacement for the Spring semester 1997. The load is 2 graduate
courses. University regulations require that applicants show evidence
of a bona fide permanent position to return to in order to be
classified as a visiting professor. We are not allowed to hire anyone
else. Specify what courses or topics you are prepared to teach. A PhD
in Applied Linguistics, SLA, or a related field plus publications in
appropriate outlets is required. Send application letter and vita to
the department chair. I regret that no e-mail or telephone inquiries
can be accepted.
 The University Of Hawai'i Is An Equal Opportunity Employer.

Roderick A. Jacobs
Professor of Linguistics & ESL Tel: 808/956-2800
Chair, Dept. of English as a Second Language Fax: 808/956-2802
University of Hawai'i at Manoa
1890 East-West Road PhD program in Second
Honolulu, HI 96822, USA Language Acquisition
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