LINGUIST List 9.1093

Sun Aug 2 1998

Jobs: Phonetics, Speech Path, EFL (Japan)

Editor for this issue: Martin Jacobsen <martylinguistlist.org>


Directory

  1. Nuance Communications, Canadian French Phonetics Expert
  2. Speech, Language and Literacy Centre, Speech Pathologist
  3. Lorene PAGCALIWAGAN, EFL Position Chiba University, Japan

Message 1: Canadian French Phonetics Expert

Date: Thu, 30 Jul 1998 15:20:29 -0700
From: infonuance.com
Subject: Canadian French Phonetics Expert

Position: Canadian-French language consultant

Description: Correct phonetic spelling of 
 Canadian French dictionary on-line.

Pay: $20/hour

Requirements: 

 Must be a native Canadian French speaker.
 Must know phonetics.

Work arrangement: 

 You can work remotely on your own computer.
 You can choose your own hours.
 The task will take 1-2 weeks if you work 
 a few hours per day.

Contact: Please send your resume in plain text 
 ASCII format immediately to:

 Nuance Communications 
 Email: infonuance.com 
 http://www.nuance.com 
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Message 2: Speech Pathologist

Date: Fri, 31 Jul 1998 09:19:18 +1000
From: Speech, Language and Literacy Centre <sllcinfocom.com.au>
Subject: Speech Pathologist


The Speech, Language & Literacy Centre in Edgecliff, Sydney NSW,
Australia, has a vacancy for a qualified Speech
Pathologist. Experience in working with children who have learning
difficulties is desirable. The centre specialises in the Spalding
method and other successful techniques for language processing and
literacy development and would offer training in these methods to the
successful applicant. This is a full time position in a busy
specialised practice with a solid reputation and a large client base.
Please send details of qualifications, previous experience and other
relevant information to:
 
sllcinfocom.com.au 
Attention Elizabeth.

Elizabeth Sully
S.L.L.C.
20 Glebe Street
Edgecliff
NSW 2027
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Message 3: EFL Position Chiba University, Japan

Date: Tue, 28 Jul 1998 13:41:07 +0900
From: Lorene PAGCALIWAGAN <lorenecfl.f.chiba-u.ac.jp>
Subject: EFL Position Chiba University, Japan

TEACHING OF ENGLISH As a Foreign Language

Center for Foreign Languages, Chiba University, Japan 


The Center for Foreign Languages of Chiba University, a national
university located near Tokyo, is currently seeking candidates for one
full-time post in teaching of English as a foreign langauge, to
commence on October 1, 1998.

Post:
Lecturer or associate professor

The annual salary for lecturers currently ranges from 4,360,000 to
5,000,000 yen and for associate professors from 6,690,000 to 7,500,000
yen.

Duties:
Minimum responsibilities include teaching 5 classes a week and
participation in faculty meetings.

Qualifications:
1) A native speaker of English.

2) Doctorate degree is preferred with a demonstration of expertise in
either teaching English as a foreign/second language or second
language acquisition at the university level.

The following documents are required:
1) Curriculum vitae, including a list of publications. 

2) Three of the applicant's most recent publications. (Master's theses
and doctoral dissertations can be submitted). 

3) Health certification. Candidates living in Japan are required to
obtain documentation at a national or public hospital. Candidates
living abroad may supply such certification as is appropriate.

The deadline for applications is August 17, 1998. (In the case of
those applying from outside Japan, the application should be
postmarked not later than August 17,$B!!(J1998.)

The application should be addressed to:

Prof. Shingo Minamizuka
Director
Center for Foreign Languages
Chiba University
1-33 Yayoi-cho, Inage-ku, Chiba-shi, 263-8522 Japan 

All inquiries about the position should be addressed to: 

Assoc. Prof. Toshiyuki Tabata, Assoc. Prof. Nakakatsu Ohyama
University Phone: University Phone:
043-290-3740 043-290-3801
Fax: 043-290-3747 Fax: 043-290-3747
e-mail: tabatacfl.f.chiba-u.ac.jp 
e-mail: ohyamacfl.f.chiba-u.ac.jp
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