LINGUIST List 8.373

Mon Mar 17 1997

Jobs: English, Japanese, Japanese

Editor for this issue: T. Daniel Seely <seelylinguistlist.org>


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  1. Borim Lee, English Conversation Instructors
  2. George Shivers, Part-time Japanese instructor needed
  3. MAKI, Instructor of Japanese

Message 1: English Conversation Instructors

Date: Fri, 14 Mar 1997 12:36:41 +0900 (KST)
From: Borim Lee <brleewonnms.wonkwang.ac.kr>
Subject: English Conversation Instructors

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Wonkwang University Language Center located in Iksan, Chonbuk
(southweste= rn part of South Korea) is looking for a few qualified
native speakers of English. They will be expected to teach English
conversation 20 hours a week, which may include regular university
classes. The salary and benef= its include =A3=DC1,500,000 a month
(severance pay included), a university-ow= ned furnished apartment
(double occupancy), medical insurance and overtime payment
(=A3=DC20,000 an hour).

Qualifications:	Master's degree in any field or Bachelor's degree in
 English, English Education, TESOL, Linguistics
		ESL teaching certificate
		Teaching experience in English

Applications:	a resume with 1 color photo (passport size)
		certificates of all degrees (or copies of all diplomas)
		transcripts of all degrees
		2 letters of reference

We are trying to build an application pool, so there is no deadline
for receipt of the applications. Applicants chosen from the pool may
be hired at any time. Please send your applications as soon as
possible to:

Director of Language Center
Wonkwang University
Iksan, Chonbuk 570-749
Korea

You can direct all your inquiries to the following:

fax:	82-2-653-50-5677
tel:	82-2-653-50-5762/5722/5724
e-mail:	brleewonnms.wonkwang.ac.kr =20
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Message 2: Part-time Japanese instructor needed

Date: Fri, 14 Mar 1997 11:31:47 +0000
From: George Shivers <george_shiverswashcoll.edu>
Subject: Part-time Japanese instructor needed

Washington College in Chestertown, MD is initiating a Japanese
language program with the introduction of a two-semester Elementary
Japanese course beginning in the fall of 1997. The Dept. of Foreign
Languages, Literatures & Cultures would like to hire a part-time
adjunct instructor of Japanese to teach that course and we are looking
for an interested and qualified person who may live within commuting
distance of our campus. If the initial course is successful, it is
our hope to expand the program to include an Intermediate Japanese
course in academic year 1998/99. Washington College is an independent
liberal arts college with a student body of 1000 students. Our
foreign language program offers majors in French, German & Hispanic
Studies and in Interdisciplinary Culture Studies. Chestertown is
located in Kent County on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, approximately
1 1/2 hours from Washington,D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia, and one
hour from Wilmington, DE. Interested persons should contact:

Professor George R. Shivers, Chair
Dept. of Foreign Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
Washington College
300 Washington Ave.
Chestertown, MD 21620
Tel: 410-778-7776
FAX: 410-810-7110
e-mail: george.shiverswashcoll.edu
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Message 3: Instructor of Japanese

Date: Sun, 16 Mar 1997 14:05:58 -0500 (EST)
From: MAKI <MAKISALEM.WVNET.EDU>
Subject: Instructor of Japanese

 The Department of Japanese Studies of Salem-Teikyo
 University invites applications for an instructor of
 Japanese at the rank of Assistant Professor or
 Instructor, beginning August, 1997. Responsibilities
 include teaching 6 modules (24 credit hours) and doing
 research for 2 modules (2 months) per year. We are
 seeking a person who can teach undergraduate Japanese
 language courses for non-native Japanese including
 "Kokugo" as a cultural identity of the Japanese.
 Applicants must have native fluency in Japanese and a
 Master's degree in the relevant fields. Yaruki no aru
 kata, mattemasu! (This year 6 students passed Level 3
 of the Japanese Proficiency Test provided by the Japan
 Foundation.)
 Before sending a letter of application, vita,
 graduate transcripts, and three current references to:

 Dai Tanno
 Department of Japanese Studies
 Salem-Teikyo University
 Salem, WV 26426-0500 U.S.A.
 Fax: 304-782-5543
 E-Mail: tannosalem.wvnet.edu
	
 please call us at 304-782-5529 or 304-782-5587. Salem-
 Teikyo University is an equal opportunity, affirmative
 action employer.
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