LINGUIST List 13.1142

Wed Apr 24 2002

Jobs: French Lang: Lecturer, Albany, NY USA

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  1. Dr.David Wills, Chair, French (ling): Lecturer, U/Albany, State University of New York, USA

Message 1: French (ling): Lecturer, U/Albany, State University of New York, USA

Date: 24 Apr 2002 13:39:50 -0000
From: Dr.David Wills, Chair <lmackocas.albany.edu>
Subject: French (ling): Lecturer, U/Albany, State University of New York, USA


Rank of Job: Lecturer, full-time
Areas Required: French (linguistics)
Other Desired Areas: second language acquisition
University or Organization: University at Albany, State University of
New York
Department: Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
State or Province: New York
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: May 17
Contact: Dr. David Wills, Chair lmackocas.albany.edu

Address for Applications:
Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures 1400 Washington
Avenue, HU 235
Albany
New York 12222
USA

Full-time lecturer to teach undergraduate classes in French and serve
as departmental liaison to the University in the High School Program
(including on-site visits to participating high schools throughout
eastern New York.) MA in French or equivalent and fluency in French
required; Ph.D. desirable. The ideal candidate will have experience
in teaching at the secondary level, training in second language
acquisition and foreign language pedagogy, knowledge of the NY State
educational system, and excellent interpersonal skills. Position
pending final budget approval. Salary competitive. Send cover
letter, c.v. or resume and three letters of recommendation to: 

Dr. David Wills, Chair
Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
University at Albany
1400 Washington Avenue, HU 235
Albany, New York 12222

Review of applications begins May 17th. The University at Albany is an
Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, Immigration Reform and Control
Act, and Americans with Disabilities employer. 
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