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Sat Apr 12 2003

Jobs: Applied Ling: Asst Prof, University of Macau

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Message 1: Applied Linguistics: Asst Prof, University of Macau

Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2003 05:20:26 +0000
From: donaldc <donaldcumac.mo>
Subject: Applied Linguistics: Asst Prof, University of Macau



University or Organization: University of Macau
Department: English Language Center
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics, Testing, Curriculum, Methodology


Description:

The English Language Center of the University of Macau invites
applications for an Assistant Professor for our Center.

Applicants must be experienced teachers with a good general backgroud
in Applied Linguistics, TESL/TEFL methodology, and ELT curriculum
development. Experience with TOEFL, IELTS or CALL will be a plus. A
Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics, English/TESL or Curriculum Studies/TESL
is required for appointment to Assistant Professor. Non-Ph.D. holders
or ABDs may be considered for a Lectureship. Native (or native-like)
fluency in English is required. Candidates with a Ph.D. should be
able to teach at all levels and be able to direct MA thesis in TEFL.
The finalist must be a friendly team player with the ability to get
along with a diverse group of colleagues. Salary range is $56K to
$65K USD per year.

This post will remain open until filled and initial review of
applications will begin on May 7th. Applicants for the post we
advertised in February need not reapply.

Terms of employment, benefits, and application address for the
Personnel Dept. can be found on the main page of our website at
www.umac.mo.



Address for Applications:

	Attn: Heidi Chau
	University of Macau
	Av. Padre Tomas Pereira S. J.
	Taipa 
	Macau, SAR, China 
 
	Position is open until filled.


Contact Information:
	Professor Donald Cruickshank
	Email: donaldcumac.mo
	Tel: 853-3978128
	Fax: 853-850599
	Website: http://www.umac.mo
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