LINGUIST List 9.777

Mon May 25 1998

Jobs: Applied Ling (Research), EFL (Korea)

Editor for this issue: Martin Jacobsen <>


  1. Donna Christian, Applied Ling--Research Asst.
  2. Gunsoo Lee, Teaching Position in EFL

Message 1: Applied Ling--Research Asst.

Date: Sat, 23 May 1998 14:17:07 -0400
From: Donna Christian <>
Subject: Applied Ling--Research Asst.

The Center for Applied Linguistics has an opening for a research
assistant to join the team conducting research on Two-Way Bilingual
Immersion Programs for the Center for Research on Education, Diversity
and Excellence, a federally-funded research center. The position is
currently funded at 75% FTE, but could expand to full time.
Responsibilities include data collection in Spanish-English two-way
programs, data entry, literature review, and newsletter
preparation. Qualifications required: B.A. (M.A. preferred in
languages/linguistics field), native or near-native Spanish language
proficiency, classroom-based research experience, computer
skills. Position available July 1. To apply, or for more information,
contact Ann Sayles, Personnel Services Director, CAL (reference job
order 98-01). <; 202/429-9292, ext. 217>

Submitted by:
Donna Christian
Center for Applied Linguistics
1118 22nd Street NW
Washington, DC 20037 USA
voice: 202/429-9292 (ext. 202)
fax: 202/659-5641

 The Center for Applied Linguistics can be visited 
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Message 2: Teaching Position in EFL

Date: Sat, 23 May 1998 16:28:51 +0900
From: Gunsoo Lee <>
Subject: Teaching Position in EFL

Please post

Korea Maritime University is inviting three qualified native speakers
to teach English conversation to begin in September, 1998. The status
of this position is a visiting full-time instructor. The University
has its campus on a beautiful small island adjacent to a big island
called Youngdo, located in Pusan, the largest port city of Korea. The
whole island is a university campus but it is not remote because you
can walk up to the land in 10 minutes and transportation links are
good. Please visit our home page at


Applicants interested in applying for the position of English
conversation are required to:

 (1) be foreigners who were born in countries where English is spoken
as a native language.

 (2) either have a degree of Master or higher degree (Applied
Linguistics, English, or TESOL degree preferred) plus one year
teaching experience or have teaching experience of at least three
years at university and/or college levels if no Master degree is held.


The contract shall be effective for one year from September 1, 1998 to
August 31, 1999. Renewable depending on the teaching evaluation.


All employees shall be required to teach about 14 hours a week. After
10 teaching hours, the overtime teaching payment will be
made. Employees are also responsible for teaching the evening sessions
of each semester and the special sessions of summer and winter break,
if given additionally.


The base salary will be 1,600,000 Korean won a month. This amount does
not include payment for overtime teaching hours as well as
evening/special session teaching hours. Medical insurance and a
monthly housing stipend of 300,000 Won will be provided. Severance pay
will be provided at the end of the employment period.

By not later than July 10, 1998, applicants must submit:

1) a letter of application
2) a curriculum vitae
3) a copy of passport showing date of birth and nationality
4) a copy of diploma(s)/degree certificates
5) a recent photograph of passport size
6) a copy of all university and graduate school transcripts
7) a letter of recommendation written by the latest employer

The above must be submitted to:

 Academic Affairs Section, Office of Academic Affairs, Korea Maritime
 #1 Dongsam-Dong Youngdo-Gu, Pusan 606-791, South Korea, Facsimile

For more information contact
Department of English, Korea Maritime University, #1 Dongsam-Dong,
Youngdo-Gu, Pusan 606-791,
South Korea, Telephone: (051) 410-4590/4598, Email:
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