LINGUIST List 9.601

Fri Apr 24 1998

Jobs: Sussex Psycholing (Update), ESL/EFL (Korea)

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  1. Max Wheeler, Re: 9.576, Jobs: Sussex Psycholinguistics/Semantics
  2. Taehong Cho, Job: ESL/EFL at Korea Univ. in Seoul

Message 1: Re: 9.576, Jobs: Sussex Psycholinguistics/Semantics

Date: Wed, 22 Apr 1998 10:27:56 +0100 (BST)
From: Max Wheeler <maxwcogs.susx.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: 9.576, Jobs: Sussex Psycholinguistics/Semantics

Update to Sussex Linguistics job advertised in LINGUIST 9.576:

NB. The official announcement of this post has brought forward the
applications deadline from 22 May (as posted on Linguist) to 15 MAY.


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Max W. Wheeler <maxwcogs.susx.ac.uk>
School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences
University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QH, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1273 678975; fax: +44 (0)1273 671320
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Message 2: Job: ESL/EFL at Korea Univ. in Seoul

Date: Thu, 23 Apr 1998 20:46:16 PST
From: Taehong Cho <TAEHONGhumnet.ucla.edu>
Subject: Job: ESL/EFL at Korea Univ. in Seoul

ESL/EFL Teachers at Korea University in Seoul:

	Korea University is looking for ESL/EFL teachers to join the
staff at its Institute of Foreign Language Studies, We are recruiting
enthusiastic, well-trained teachers who wish to refine their teaching
experience in this interesting part ofthe world at an interesting time
in its history. Korea University, founded in 1905, is one of the top
three universities in Korea. Its location in the northeastern section
of Seoul provides easy access to the many highlights of Korea's
capital city.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The IFLS offers a variety of English classes to
the students of Korea Universities, including the required Freshman
Practical English course as well as higher level elective courses
focusing on developing speaking, listening, and writing
abilities. Teaching opportunities are also provided in a newly formed
program designed to offer courses to the general public.

DATES: Contract period is for one year, from August 1998 to July 1999.
Contract may be renewed upon consent of both parties.

JOB DUTIES: 16 contact hours per week, M-F with additional office
hours to 9 hours per week. Up to four additional overtime hours may be
assigned at the discretion of the director of the institute and are
compensated. Teaching in Winterim and one-month summer courses may be
assigned as well and is paid. Attendance at meetings and commitment to
curriculum development expected.

QUALIFICATIONS: Native speaker of English ; MA/TEFL/TESL. Other
related degrees considered, university-level teaching experience a
strong plus.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: 1,800,000 to 2,200,000 Won per month depending on
degree and experience. Four times a year bonuses equal to one month's
salary are paid. In the first contract year, one bonus is replaced by
remittance ofairfare. Overtime is paid for additional teaching hours
beyond 16 contract hoursas well as for classes in the affiliated
general program. Benefits include subsidized Korean National Health
Insurance ; office with Internet access ; guaranteed 8 weeks paid
vacation per year ; and on-campus housing provided at below-market
rents. One month's severance pay for each year of service. In spite
of Korea'scurrent economic problems, it is possible to live relatively
well in Seoul, travel in Asia and still save some money.

Please fax or mail a cover letter, resume and 3 letters of
recommendation with phone numbers to :

Director, Dr. Yong Jae Lee
The Institute of Foreign Language Studies
The Institute of Foreign Language Studies
Korea University
1, 5-Ka, Anam-Dong
Sungbuk-Ku
Seoul 136-701
Korea
Tel) 82-2-921-0068 Fax) 82-2-921-0069

For more detailed information concerning the position, you may contact
Dr. Keeho Kim at keehokimkuccnx.korea.ac.kr (and
jedaikuccnx.korea.ac.kr). For the additional professional input, you
may also contact Bill Snyder at wsnyderelim.net or Susan Caesar at
grosbizuelim.net.


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 Taehong Cho
 Department of Linguistics
 UCLA
 Los Angeles, CA 90095-1543

 E-mail: taehonghumnet.ucla.edu
 Phone: (310) 206-2808; Fax: (310) 206-5743
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