LINGUIST List 9.323

Thu Mar 5 1998

Jobs: ESL, TESOL, Syntax

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


Directory

  1. Alexis Copeland, ESL-MONTEREY INSTITUTE OF INTL STUDIES
  2. Alexis Copeland, TESOL-Monterey Institute of Intl Studies
  3. Peter Avery, Syntax-York University, Toronto

Message 1: ESL-MONTEREY INSTITUTE OF INTL STUDIES

Date: Wed, 4 Mar 1998 17:11:26 -0800
From: Alexis Copeland <alexismbay.net>
Subject: ESL-MONTEREY INSTITUTE OF INTL STUDIES

English as a Second Language: Program Head, English Studies at the
Assistant or Associate Professor Level (1/3 administration, 2/3
teaching).

QUALIFICATIONS:

Qualifications include: (1) Ph.D. or equivalent in Application
Linguistics, TESOL, or closely related field; (2) expertise in
teaching graduate level EAP courses (all skill areas); (3) program
administration experience; (4) strong interpersonal and cross-cultural
skills. Capacity to contribute to the MATESOL/TFL curriculum highly
desirable. This is a regular appointment with increasing contract
length up to five years (renewable).

APPLICATION INFORMATION:

Submit cover letter, CV, two letters of reference, course evaluations,
and syllabi to:

 Search Committee - English Studies
 Monterey Institute of International
Studies
 425 Van Buren Street
 Monterey CA 93940

The Monterey Institute of International Studies is an Equal
Opportunity Employer. We seek applications from all qualified
candidates.

Position open until filled; preference given to applications received
by March 15 at the above address or March 17-21 at the TESOL
Convention.
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Message 2: TESOL-Monterey Institute of Intl Studies

Date: Wed, 4 Mar 1998 17:04:04 -0800
From: Alexis Copeland <alexismbay.net>
Subject: TESOL-Monterey Institute of Intl Studies

Visiting Professor, TESOL/TFL Program, MIIS, Monterey, CA

QUALIFICATIONS:

(1) Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics, TESOL, Second-Language Acquisition,
or a closely related field; (2) Demonstrated excellence in teaching at
least three of the following at graduate level: sociolinguistics,
second langauge acquisition, methods of language teaching, curriculum
design, introduction to linguisitics, language testing, educational
research methods, and pedagogical grammar. Other teaching areas may
be helpful (e.g., training teacher supervisors and/or teacher
educators); (3) Must have good interpersonal skills and ability to
work well with colleagues and students. ABD with extensive
graduate-level teaching experience, and/or international teacher
training may be considered.

STARTING DATE: Mid-August, 1998

SALARY and BENEFITS:

Nine-month position includes full benefits (medical, dental, long-term
disability, vision). Salary depends upon qualifications.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Teaching, advising, outreach required. May be renewed yearly.
Specialty in Methods, Sociolinguistics, Second Langauge Acquisition
and/or Structure of English preferred.

APPLICATION INFORMATION:

Submit cover letter, CV, two letters of reference, teaching
evaluations, and relevant graduate-level syllabi for courses you have
taught to:

 Search Committee - TESOL/TFL
 Monterey Institute of International
Studies
 425 Van Buren Street
 Monterey CA 93940

The Monterey Institute of International Studies is an Equal
Opportunity Employer. We seek applications from all qualified
candidates.

Position open until filled. Preference given to applications received
by March 15, 1998, at the above address or March 17-21 at the TESOL
Convention.
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Message 3: Syntax-York University, Toronto

Date: Wed, 4 Mar 1998 16:32:30 -0500 (EST)
From: Peter Avery <paveryyorku.ca>
Subject: Syntax-York University, Toronto

York University, Toronto, Canada seeks applicants for a one year
contractully limited position in linguistics.

The position is subject to budgetary approval by the University.

Qualifications: Ph.D., or ABD with an expected thesis completion date
prior to September 1, 1998; strong research record, publications and
demonstrated teaching ability. We are seeking a versatile candidate
whose primary area of expertise is in the area of syntax. The
Linguistics Programme at York offers a broad range of courses and
encompasses a variety of interests and theoretical approaches.
Consequently, in addition to teaching syntax at the undergraduate
level, the successful candidate will have competence in and be
prepared to teach in one or more of the following areas: phonology,
second language acquisition and discourse analysis.

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae and arrange to have three
letters of recommendation and copies of peer and student teaching
evaluations sent to: Professor Barry Miller, Acting Chair, Department
of Languages, Literature and Linguistics, York University, 4700 Keele
Street, North York, Ontario M3J 1P3. If requested to do so,
candidates should be prepared to submit samples of scholarly work.
York University is implementing a policy of employment equity
including affirmative action for women. Deadline for applications:
April 15, 1998.
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