LINGUIST List 13.619

Thu Mar 7 2002

Jobs: Applied, Spanish Ling: Adjunct/Lecturer, CA USA

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  1. Dr.Silvia Rolle, Spanish Linguistics: Adjunct/Lecturer, CA State U, San Marcos, CA USA

Message 1: Spanish Linguistics: Adjunct/Lecturer, CA State U, San Marcos, CA USA

Date: 6 Mar 2002 17:50:38 -0000
From: Dr.Silvia Rolle <srollecsusm.edu>
Subject: Spanish Linguistics: Adjunct/Lecturer, CA State U, San Marcos, CA USA


Rank of Job: Adjunct/Lecturer
Areas Required: Spanish Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: Applied Linguistics /SLA
University or Organization: Cal State University, San Marcos
Department: Dept. of World Languages
State or Province: California
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: May 1, 2002 or until filled
Contact: Dr. Silvia Rolle srollecsusm.edu

Address for Applications:
333 South Twin Oaks Blvd. 
San Marcos
CA 92096-0001
USA

The World Languages & Literatures at California State Univeristy, San
Marcos has an opening for an adjunct/lecturer in Spanish linguistics
for the academic year 2002-3003, with the possibility of renewal. The
candidate will be expected to be able to teach upper-division courses
in Spanish linguistics, as well as basic Spanish courses. Required:
Ph.D or ABD in Spanish/Linguistics with an area of emphasis in
Hispanic Linguistics; near-native written and oral proficiency in
Spanish. A strong preference will be given to candidates with
experience in Applied Linguistics and communicative language teaching,
demonstrated excellence in language teaching, and experience with
students from diverse backgrounds. Salary will be commensurate with
experience.

Applications should include: cover letter, CV, three letters of
recommendation, and sample teaching evaluations.

Send application materials to: 
Spanish Adjunct/Lecturer Search Committee
Department of World Languages & Literatures 
California State University, San Marcos.
San Marcos, CA 92096. 

Review of applications will begin May 1, 2002.

CSUSM is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and does not
discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, national
origin, sexual orientation, gender, marital status, age, or
disability.
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