LINGUIST List 8.1419

Fri Oct 3 1997

Jobs: Eng in China, Eng Lang and Lit

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  1. HSINTL, Re: Teach English in China
  2. And Rosta, Lx job, U. Central Lancashire

Message 1: Re: Teach English in China

Date: Thu, 2 Oct 1997 15:21:00 -0400 (EDT)
From: HSINTL <HSINTLaol.com>
Subject: Re: Teach English in China

If you would like to experience Chinese culture and are interested in
teaching English at a college/university in China, please contact Dr. Yong Ho
of New School for Social Research in New York City, Director of the
Teach-in-China Program at HSINTLaol.com, cc: honewschool.edu or tel/fax:
201-432-6861. Applications for the next school year are being accepted. 
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Message 2: Lx job, U. Central Lancashire

Date: Fri, 3 Oct 1997 18:13:44 GMT+0
From: And Rosta <a.rostauclan.ac.uk>
Subject: Lx job, U. Central Lancashire

text (verbatim) of ad published in the Times Higher Education
Supplement (26/9/97):

 [University of Central Lancashire]
 Lecturer in Linguistics 
 #13,871-#23,123 per annum - Ref: AA/6 [# = stirling]
 You will contribute to the teaching of linguistics on the
 combined Honours programme, the single Honours degree and
 MA English Language studies and pursue a research interest
 in your specialisation. With a PhD completed or near
 completion you should be able to contribute to a wide range
 of modules. A willingness to work at the interface with
 English and contribute to the teaching of English Literature
 will be an advantage.
 Application forms and further details are obtainable,
 quoting the reference number and enclosing a large stamped
 addressed envelope from
 Personnel Services, University of Central Lancashire
 Preston PR1 2HE
 Closing date: 10th October 1997.


personal & absolutely unofficial remarks:
[a] Personnel Services might allow some leeway with the deadline.
 The University's main phone number is (+44) 1772 201201.
[b] Applicants, especially those with a good research
 record, should not be deterred from applying by the last 1.5
 sentences of the job description ("wide range .... an 
 advantage").
[c] I am happy to answer questions (in a personal & absolutely
 unofficial capacity).
[d] The job is a permanent one.

- And Rosta
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