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Sun Feb 25 2001

Jobs: Spanish Lang: Lecturer at Rice U, TX, USA

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  1. Beverly Konzem, Spanish Language : Lecturer at Rice U, TX, USA

Message 1: Spanish Language : Lecturer at Rice U, TX, USA

Date: 22 Feb 2001 20:29:47 -0000
From: Beverly Konzem <spanrice.edu>
Subject: Spanish Language : Lecturer at Rice U, TX, USA


Rank of Job: Lecturer
Areas Required: Spanish Language 
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Rice University
Department: Hispanic & Classical Studies-MS34
State or Province: Texas
Country: U.S.A.
Final Date of Application: April 2, 2001
Contact: Beverly Konzem spanrice.edu

Address for Applications:
PO 1892
Houston
TX 77584
U.S.A.

Rice University seeks one full-time lecturer and several part-time
lecturers to teach Spanish language courses. 

Candidates should be trained in task-based, proficiency-oriented
teaching, and show a record of good teaching. Strong pluses for
full-time lecturer: ability to develop and teach Spanish courses for
special purposes (e.g. Spanish for science & engineering, information
technology, or the energy industry), Spanish-English legal
translation; experience in multi-media applications. Applicants should
have at least near-native fluency and M.A. degree or equivalent. 

For appointment at rank of Lecturer, to begin July 1, 2001. Salary
commensurate with credentials and experience; good institutional
support for professional development, state-of-the-art facilities.

Please send (postmarked by April 2, 2001) a letter of application,
c.v., transcript, three letters of recommendation, teaching portfolio
(or sample syllabi) to:
Chair, Department of Hispanic & Classical Studies, Rice University
MS-34, P.O. Box 1892, Houston, TX 77251-1892. 

Rice University is committed to affirmative action and equal
opportunity in education and employment. Rice does not discriminate on
the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual preference, national
or ethnic origin, age, disability, or veteran status.
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