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LINGUIST List 17.1340

Mon May 01 2006

Jobs: Applied Linguistics: Adjunct Professor, Hanyang U

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        1.    Susan Guion, Applied Linguistics: Adjunct Professor, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea


Message 1: Applied Linguistics: Adjunct Professor, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea
Date: 01-May-2006
From: Susan Guion <guionuoregon.edu>
Subject: Applied Linguistics: Adjunct Professor, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea


University or Organization: Hanyang University
Department: Hanyang-Oregon TESOL Program
Job Rank: Adjunct Professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Language Teaching


Description:

Hanyang University, Seoul Korea. The Hanyang-Oregon TESOL Program invites
applications for a full-time foreign professor at Hanyang University, with
a courtesy appointment in the Linguistics Department at the University of
Oregon, for a one-year, renewable appointment. The position begins
September 15, 2006.

The successful candidate will be a native-like speaker of English and have a
Ph.D. in TESOL, Linguistics, or a related field and be able to teach at least
two of the following courses at a graduate level:

Advanced English Grammar, Second Language Acquisition, Phonetics and
Phonology, General Linguistics, Advanced Teaching Methodologies.

Preference will be given to candidates with an expertise in teaching pronunciation.
A minimum of 1-2 years teaching experience is required. The teaching load is
approximately 12-15 hours a week, teaching up to 4 courses with multiple
sections a year. Salary is competitive. A furnished apartment near campus
is provided, as well as a round trip air ticket and 50/50 cost sharing
health insurance. Seven weeks (49 days) of annual vacation in addition to
national holidays are provided.

Please e-mail or mail the following documents: cover letter, CV, two letters of
references, and copies of the candidate's Master's Degree, Ph.D. Degree, and
passport, along with two recent photos to Dr. Ki-jeong Lee, kjleehanyang.ac.kr,
Hanyang TESOL, Graduate School Bldg. 7th Fl., Hanyang University, 17
Haengdang-Dong, Seongdong-Gu, Seoul, Korea 133-791. If possible, reference
letters should be sent directly by referees. To learn more about the program visit:
http://tesol.hanyang.ac.kr/. Queries about the position may also be
addressed to Dr. Susan Guion, guionuoregon.edu, Department of Linguistics,
1290 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-1290. Review of applications
will begin June 1, 2006 and continue until the position is filled.

Address for Applications:

Dr. Ki-jeong Lee
Hanyang TESOL, Graduate School Bldg. 7th Fl., Hanyang University
17 Haengdang-Dong, Seongdong-Gu
Seoul 133-791
Korea, South

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information:

Dr. Ki-jeong Lee
Email: kjleehanyang.ac.kr
Phone: (541) 346 3682 (Dr. Guion)
Website: http://tesol.hanyang.ac.kr/
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