LINGUIST List 8.1517

Thu Oct 23 1997

Jobs: French/EFL, Intensive English/MA/TESL

Editor for this issue: Elaine Halleck <elainelinguistlist.org>


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  1. The Caledonian School, French/EFL Teachers
  2. Karl Krahnke, Intensive English, MA/TESL

Message 1: French/EFL Teachers

Date: Wed, 22 Oct 1997 17:01:54 +-100
From: The Caledonian School <caledschbohem-net.cz>
Subject: French/EFL Teachers

IMMEDIATE OPENING FRENCH/EFL TEACHER IN PRAGUE

	*PRIVATE LANGUAGE SCHOOL
	*ADULT STUDENTS
	*HIGH QUALITY COURSE BOOKS (OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS)
	*FULL-TIME POSITION (20 - 24 LESSONS PER WEEK)
	*SMALL CLASSES
	*HOUSING ARRANGED BY SCHOOL
	*MEDICAL/DENTAL INSURANCE ARRANGED BY SCHOOL
	*CZECH SALARY (APPROXIMATELY $400 U.S. MONTHLY).

This position involves teaching Czech adult and young adult learners in 
Prague, the Czech Republic for the Caledonian School, one of central 
Europe's largest private language schools. The Caledonian School has a 
multi-cultural staff of over 150 teachers.

The ideal candidate for this position will have native or native-like 
fluency in French as most of her/his lessons will be in the French 
Department. The teacher must be able to teach advanced French courses.

If you are interested in this position, please call immediately.

Paul Michel, Director of Studies
Tel: 4202 - 57 31 36 50 (note: 4202 is the new Czech/Prague 
country/city code)

FOR MORE GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE CALEDONIAN SCHOOL, E-MAIL US AND 
ASK FOR OUR "INFORMATION PACKAGE FOR TEACHERS".

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Message 2: Intensive English, MA/TESL

Date: Wed, 22 Oct 1997 13:16:32 -0700
From: Karl Krahnke <krahnkeholly.colostate.edu>
Subject: Intensive English, MA/TESL

POSITION DESCRIPTION
Department of English, 
Colorado State University
Ft. Collins, CO


Position	Director/Associate Professor
		Intensive English Program and MA/TESL Program

This is a tenure-track, ten-month appointment at the rank of Associate 
Professor. Begin on or before August 15, 1998.

Qualifications	Candidates must demonstrate the following minimum 
qualifications: 
 Ph.D. in applied linguistics or TESL, with an interest in one or more 
specializations such as computer-assisted instruction (CAI), writing, 
testing, etc.
 A substantial record of teaching and scholarship which qualifies for 
appointment as Associate Professor
 Demonstrated commitment to teacher preparation and mentoring
 Extensive knowledge of and experience in an IEP
 Demonstrated leadership abilities within a framework of participatory 
management, shared governance, and the principles and practices of equal 
opportunity
 Administrative experience
 Experience in faculty development and evaluation
 The ability to initiate and direct classroom and program research

Responsibilities of the Director. The teaching load is the equivalent of 
two courses per year. The Director is expected to teach regularly in 
both programs, advise students, continue to pursue research and 
publication, and administer the Intensive English Program and MA/TESL 
Program. The Director must work effectively and collegially with 
professionally and ethnically diverse faculty, students, and staff; 
establish student recruitment strategies; maintain high standards of 
program operations; and articulate a clear vision for the programs.

Salary will be commensurate with credentials and experience.

General Information. The English Department at Colorado State University 
has a tenure-track faculty of 43, approximately 410 majors, and over 130 
graduate students. We appoint more than 40 graduate assistants who teach 
expository writing, English as a second language, computer-assisted 
writing, creative writing, and literature. Undergraduate concentrations 
in literature, language, secondary teacher education, and creative 
writing lead to a B.A. in English. Master of Arts degrees are offered in 
literature, TESL, teaching, and communication development. A Master of 
Fine Arts is offered in creative writing. More information is available 
on the English Department home page at 
http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/English/

Colorado State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action 
employer and complies with all Federal and Colorado State laws, 
regulations, and executive orders regarding affirmative action 
requirements. The Office of Equal Opportunity is located in Room 101 
Student Services Building. Ethnic minorities, women, and other protected 
class members are encouraged to apply and to so identify themselves.

Applicants should send a current curriculum vitae; a letter of interest; 
a dossier which includes evidence of teaching, research and 
administrative strengths; and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of 
five references to Dr. Louann Reid, Chair, IEP/TESL Search Committee, 
Department of English, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523. 
 Phone (970) 491-5264. FAX (970) 491-5601. Please direct routine 
inquiries to Terri Williams at: Phone (970) 491-6616 or email: 
TWilliamsvines.ColoState.EDU. Candidates will be informed before 
references are called. Deadline: January 20, 1998.
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