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LINGUIST List 18.2428

Fri Aug 17 2007

Jobs: Applied Ling: Senior Lecturer, SEAMEO Regional Language Centre

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        1.    Christopher Ward, Applied Linguistics: Senior Lecturer, SEAMEO Regional Language Centre, Singapore


Message 1: Applied Linguistics: Senior Lecturer, SEAMEO Regional Language Centre, Singapore
Date: 16-Aug-2007
From: Christopher Ward <ChrisWardrelc.org.sg>
Subject: Applied Linguistics: Senior Lecturer, SEAMEO Regional Language Centre, Singapore
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University or Organization: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre
Department: Language Education and Research
Web Address: http://www.relc.org.sg/

Job Rank: Senior Lecturer

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics


Description:

The SEAMEO Regional Language Centre is looking for a Senior Lecturer with a
PhD in the field of Applied Linguistics. The successful applicant will
teach serving teachers from Southeast Asia on professional courses
including a Diploma and MA. He or she will also participate in research and
publications and should have expertise in any three of the following:

- Pedagogic Grammars
- Phonology
- Second Language Acquisition
- Second Language Pedagogy
- Language Testing and Assessment
- Language Curriculum and Material Development
- ICT in Language Teaching

Candidates should have at least two years experience of teaching a second
or foreign language at school or university level and at least two years in
teacher training. It would be an advantage if some of this experience was
in Southeast Asia. Experience at the primary school level is not a
requirement but would be an added advantage.

The SEAMEO Regional Language Centre was set up in 1968 and is one of 15
specialist centres dealing with areas of education, science and culture
under the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization. Its mission
is to assist SEAMEO member countries in the area of language education. To
achieve its purposes, the Centre conducts advanced training courses and
undertakes research, and publishes and disseminates information related to
the linguistic needs and problems of Southeast Asia.

The commencing salary offered will depend on the candidate's experience but
will be in the range of S$5,200 to S$8,430. (US$1 = S$1.51) Variable
bonuses are paid on top of monthly salaries. Currently, this is usually not
less than the equivalent of two months' salary per year.

Leave and medical benefits will be provided.

Please contact us for application forms.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Dr Willy Renandya
SEAMEO Regional Language Centre
30 Orange Grove Road
Singapore 258352
Singapore
Email Address for Applications: willyrrelc.org.sg
Contact Information:
Dr Willy Renandya
Email: willyrrelc.org.sg
Phone: +65 6885 7852
Fax: +65 6734 2753


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