LINGUIST List 9.1489

Sat Oct 24 1998

Jobs: Slavic Ling, Spanish Ling

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  1. Terry Nadasdi, Slavic Linguistics; Asst Prof at U. of Alberta
  2. Terry Nadasdi, Spanish Linguistics; Asst Prof at U. of Alberta

Message 1: Slavic Linguistics; Asst Prof at U. of Alberta

Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 10:59:10 -0600
From: Terry Nadasdi <terry.nadasdiualberta.ca>
Subject: Slavic Linguistics; Asst Prof at U. of Alberta


SLAVIC LINGUISTICS POSITION

The Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta is engaged in extensive
renewal of its staff and is committed to ensuring that the many new
appointments anticipated over the next few years will secure for the future
the lively and productive intellectual environment on which it prides itself.

Applications are invited for a tenure-track position in Slavic Applied
Linguistics, effective July 1, 1999, for an Assistant Professor, in the
Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies. Entry level salary for
assistant professors is currently $42,054. The successful candidate will
have a PhD, native or near-native proficiency in Ukrainian and Russian,
demonstrated research competence, and strong teaching potential. S/he
should be strongly qualified in an area of Slavic linguistics, applied
linguistics, or second language pedagogy. S/he will be expected to teach at
the undergraduate and graduate level in the area of specialization, to
teach core language courses in Ukrainian and in Russian, and to take on
responsibilities in the coordination and management of these language
programs.

The Department is especially interested in hearing from applicants who are
able to offer skills in one or more of the following areas: computer
assisted language learning, translation, business Ukrainian or Russian, or
language and cultural studies. A sound knowledge of a third Slavic
language, or of a Germanic or Romance language would be an asset. The area
of Applied Linguistics has become a major focal point in the Department and
is expanding rapidly, and the successful candidate will work with a newly
constituted group of linguists to develop courses and programs in this area. 

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is
directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. If suitable Canadian
citizens or permanent residents cannot be found, applications by other
individuals will be considered. 

Applications, including a resume, all university transcripts, and three
letters of recommendation, should be sent by February 8, 1999 to:

Dr. Donald Bruce, Acting Chair
Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies
Germanic, Romance, Slavic, Arts 200
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA
T6G 2E6

Inquiries may be directed to: dolores.wohlandualberta.ca; tel:
403-492-1997; fax: 403-492-9106.

The University of Alberta is committed to the principle of equity in
employment. As an employer, we welcome diversity in the workplace and
encourage applications from all qualified women and men, including
Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and members of visible
minorities.
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Message 2: Spanish Linguistics; Asst Prof at U. of Alberta

Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 11:00:16 -0600
From: Terry Nadasdi <terry.nadasdiualberta.ca>
Subject: Spanish Linguistics; Asst Prof at U. of Alberta


SPANISH POSITION

The Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta is engaged in extensive
renewal of its staff and is committed to ensuring that the many new
appointments anticipated over the next few years will secure for the future
the lively and productive intellectual environment on which it prides itself.

Applications are invited for a tenure-track position in Spanish, effective
July 1, 1999, for an Assistant Professor, in the Department of Modern
Languages and Cultural Studies. Entry level salary for assistant professors
is currently $42,054. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D., native or
near-native proficiency in Spanish, demonstrated research competence, and
strong teaching potential. S/he should be very well qualified in an area of
Hispanic linguistics, applied linguistics, or second language pedagogy.
S/he will be expected to teach at the undergraduate and graduate level in
the area of specialization, to teach core language courses in Spanish and
to take on responsibilities in the coordination and management of the
language program. 

The Department is especially interested in hearing from applicants who are
able to offer a secondary interest in one or more of the following areas:
computer assisted language learning, translation, business Spanish, or
language and cultural studies. A sound knowledge of another Romance
language, or of a Germanic or Slavic language would be an asset. The area
of Applied Linguistics has become a major focal point in the Department and
is expanding rapidly. The successful candidate will work with a newly
constituted group of applied linguists to develop courses and programs in
this area. 

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is
directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. If suitable Canadian
citizens or permanent residents cannot be found, applications by other
individuals will be considered.

Applications, including a rsum, all university transcripts, and three
letters of recommendation, should be sent by December 1, 1998 to:

Dr. Donald Bruce, Acting Chair
Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies:
Germanic, Romance, Slavic, Arts 200
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA
T6G 2E6

Inquiries may be directed to: dolores.wohlandualberta.ca; tel:
403-492-1997; fax: 403-492-9106.

The University of Alberta is committed to the principle of equity in
employment. As an employer, we welcome diversity in the workplace and
encourage applications from all qualified women and men, including
Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and members of visible
minorities.


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