LINGUIST List 8.294

Fri Feb 28 1997

Jobs: Modern Hebrew, English instructors

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  1. James E Copeland, Lecturer in Modern Hebrew
  2. DAE JIN KIM, English instructors in South Korea

Message 1: Lecturer in Modern Hebrew

Date: Thu, 27 Feb 1997 10:05:12 -0600
From: James E Copeland <>
Subject: Lecturer in Modern Hebrew

Lecturer in Modern Hebrew	
Rice University

	The Office of the Dean of Humanities is seeking to fill a
position as Lecturer in Modern Hebrew beginning in the fall 1997. The
position is non-tenured with annual appointments based on student
demand. The Ph.D. is desirable but not required. Rice University is a
small institution with undergraduate and graduate strengths in
science, engineering, the social sciences, and the
humanities. Evidence of excellence in classroom teaching is an
imperative. The appointment will be in the Center for the Study of
Languages and will contribute directly to its language program. We are
seeking a person with a native or near native competence in spoken and
written Hebrew. Emphasis in teaching will be on the spoken language,
as well as reading skills. Candidates who also have competence in
reading pre-modern Hebrew texts will be preferred. Training in applied
linguistics, or foreign language teaching methodology is also
desirable, but not required. The normal course load is two courses
(six hours) per semester. Teaching duties will include four Hebrew
language courses per year: Elementary Hebrew 1, 2 and Intermediate
Hebrew 1, 2.

Rice University is committed to affirmative action and equal
opportunity in education and employment. Rice does not discriminate on
the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual preference, national
or ethnic origin, age, disability or veteran status. To be eligible
for consideration send completed applications (including, CV and three
letters of recommendation) to: Hebrew language Search, Dean of
Humanities, Rice University, MS 33, Houston TX 77251-1892. E-mail: Applications will be considered until the position
is filled.

James E. Copeland
Department of Linguistics
Rice University
Houston, TX 77252-1892
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Message 2: English instructors in South Korea

Date: Fri, 28 Feb 1997 08:41:21 +0900 (KST)
From: DAE JIN KIM <>
Subject: English instructors in South Korea

 Kwang Ju Women's University located in Kwang Ju city in southern
part of South Korea is looking for two English instructors.
Qualification requirements are
	Native speakers of English
	MA/MED in TESOL or other related areas
Teaching is expected to start from April 28, 1997 for 15 classes
hours per week.
EFL/ESL teaching experience desired.

Salary and benefits include; 1. W1,300,000/month and
2. housing, medical insurance, overtime payment (w20,000/hour) and other
fringe benefits.

Those who are interested should send resume and certificate of degree
(bachelor and master) to Dr. E. J. Yoon of English Department via
fax (011-82-62-953-2218).

English Department Kwang Ju Women's University
165 San Jeoung Dong Kwang san Kwang Ju City, Republic of Korea
Phone No. for inquiry: 011-82-62-950-3563
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