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Tue Jan 10 2006
Jobs: African Languages: Professor in Residence, UCLA
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African Languages: Professor in Residence, UCLA, CA, USA
Message 1: African Languages: Professor in Residence, UCLA, CA, USA
From: Mandana Hashemzadeh <mandanahumanities.ucla.edu>
Subject: African Languages: Professor in Residence, UCLA, CA, USA
University or Organization: UCLA
Department: African Studies Center & Linguistics Dept.
Job Rank: Professor in Residence
Specialty Areas: African Languages
The UCLA African Studies Center and the Department of Linguistics, through a
joint appointment, invite applications for a position in the Professor in
Residence Series to teach and coordinate African Languages.
The appointment is effective Fall 2006. Salary and appointment rank are
commensurate with time since degree and level of experience.
Qualifications: A Ph.D. is required. Fields include, but are not restricted to,
African Languages, Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, African Literature, and
Candidates should have experience in teaching African languages at the
university level, evidence of effective teaching and scholarly productivity,
native or near-native proficiency in Swahili, and a commitment to the
development of African language teaching materials. Fluency in a second African
language is desirable. Experience in using digital and other current and
developing technologies in teaching and in developing teaching materials is desired.
The successful candidate's duties and responsibilities will include: Teaching a
minimum of 6 classes of intermediate and advanced Swahili on an annual basis;
program coordination including the recruiting, training, and supervising of
instructional assistants for elementary and intermediate language courses;
development of teaching materials for the African languages taught at UCLA;
participation in African Studies Center activities and committees; and
involvement in regional and national initiatives in the field of African
Application packets, should include: a current CV; the names of three referees
who may serve as recommenders; and a letter describing scholarly productivity
and goals, teaching orientation and philosophy, should be mailed, faxed, or
e-mailed to Ms. Azeb Tadesse, Assistant Director, UCLA African Studies Center,
10244 Bunche Hall, UCLA box 951310, 405 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, California,
number: 1-310-206-2250; E-mail: atadesseinternational.ucla.edu
Review of applications will begin after January 30, 2006.
UCLA is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Women and
minority applicants are encouraged to apply.
Address for Applications:
Ms. Azeb Tadesse
UCLA African Studies Center
10244 Bunche Hall, UCLA box 951310
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1310
Application Deadline: 30-Jan-2006
Ms. Azeb Tadesse
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