LINGUIST List 10.1868

Sat Dec 4 1999

Jobs: Japanese, Computational Linguistics/Discourse

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  1. Richard Cameron, Japanese Lecturer/ University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
  2. Fons Maes, Comp Ling/Discourse: Lecturer/ Tilburg University, The Netherlands

Message 1: Japanese Lecturer/ University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

Date: Wed, 01 Dec 1999 20:23:59 -0600
From: Richard Cameron <rcameronuic.edu>
Subject: Japanese Lecturer/ University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

University of Illinois at Chicago

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences of the University of Illinois at
Chicago invites applications for the non-tenure-track position of lecturer
in Japanese to be in charge of the two-year undergraduate program beginning
Fall 2000. Teaching load is regularly two sections of first-year Japanese
and one section of second-year Japanese per semester, with possibility of
occasional independent study supervision. UIC is an ethnically diverse
urban campus. The Japanese language program normally has an enrollment of
about sixty students in the fall semester. Qualifications: Masters in
Teaching of Japanese (or comparable training in teaching Japanese) and some
experience at the college level. Native or near-native speaker of standard
dialect. Contract renewable annually depending on performance. Send
letter of application, curriculum vita, and three letters of recommendation
to: Kyoko Inoue, Chair, Japanese Lecturer Search Committee, College of
Liberal Arts and Sciences (m/c 228), University of Illinois at Chicago, 601
South Morgan Street, Chicagol, IL 60607-7120. Review of Complete dossiers
will begin on Decmeber 15 and continue until the position is filled.
AA/EO/ADA Employer. 

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Message 2: Comp Ling/Discourse: Lecturer/ Tilburg University, The Netherlands

Date: Fri, 3 Dec 1999 11:57:07 MET
From: Fons Maes <Maeskub.nl>
Subject: Comp Ling/Discourse: Lecturer/ Tilburg University, The Netherlands


Tilburg (The Netherlands)
Tilburg University
Faculty of Arts
Programme `Professional Communication and New Digital Media'
LECTURER

The Faculty of Arts at Tilburg University offers a new master's
programme "Professional Communication and New Digital Media" 
starting September 1, 2000. In relation with this programme, the 
faculty now has a vacancy for: 


LECTURER IN PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION AND NEW 
DIGITAL MEDIA (full-time) 


Candidates must be able to make a contribution to:

- the development of teaching materials and courses in the fields of
digital business communication and new media technology (for a 
draft of the programme see: http://let.kub.nl/bdm );

- developing and implementing computer-based facilities for 
teaching and instruction;

- setting up and carrying out (contract) research in the field of 
professional communication and new digital media. 


Candidates must meet the following requirements:

- a master's degree in one of the subdisciplines of linguistics 
(e.g., language and information science, discourse studies, alpha 
informatics, communication studies);

- strong affinity with, and familiarity with, recent developments in
the field of digital media, either technically (design, techniques, 
implementation) or organizationally (management, making and
implementing media policies in organizations); 

- broad deployability in instructional and organizational tasks;

- demonstrable didactic qualities.


Further particulars:

- The faculty has a strong preference for a candidate with a PhD 
and with research experience in a subject relevant to the new 
programme.

- In principle, the contract will be for a four-year period. The
availability of a tenure position will depend on the evaluation of the 
new
programme that will then take place.

- Formally, employment will be either at the Department of 
Language and Information Science or at that of Discourse Studies, 
depending on the research affinity.


Salary

Pay classification is according to level of experience and expertise, 
with
a maximum of Dfl. 8,429.- per month (salary scale 12).


Information

More information about the vacancy can be obtained from 
Prof. H. Bunt (harry.buntkub.nl) or Dr. A. Maes (maeskub.nl).


Applications

Please send - before 15 December 1999 - your application or E-
mail, with curriculum vitae or link to your website to: 

Dr. A. Maes 
Arts Faculty 
Tilburg University 
P.O. Box 90153 
5000 LE Tilburg 
maeskub.nl


Fons Maes
Discourse Studies Group
Tilburg University
POBox 90153
5000 LE Tilburg
phone ** 31 13 466 2058
fax ** 31 13 466 3110
http://cwis.kub.nl/~fdl/general/people/maes/



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