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Jobs: General Ling: Specially Appointed Assoc Prof/Prof, Hokkaido U
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1. Philip Seaton ,
English; General Linguistics: Specially Appointed Associate Professor/Professor, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
Message 1: English; General Linguistics: Specially Appointed Associate Professor/Professor, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
From: Philip Seaton <seatonimc.hokudai.ac.jp>
Subject: English; General Linguistics: Specially Appointed Associate Professor/Professor, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
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University or Organization: Hokkaido University
Department: Media and Communication
Job Location: Sapporo, Japan
Web Address: http://www.hokudai.ac.jp/imcts/rfmc.html
Job Rank: Specially Appointed Associate Professor/Professor
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics
Required Language(s): English (eng)
Hokkaido University is pleased to announce an opening for a non-tenured
English language teaching position.
A full-time specially appointed, non-tenured associate professor or
professor in the Research Faculty of International Media and Communication,
2. Teaching Duties
Teaching English as a foreign language to undergraduate students along with
other English language related subjects.
(i) Native speaker of English,
(ii) Master's degree (PhD holder preferred),
(iii) Active research career in linguistics/TESOL, area studies (American
studies, British studies, etc.) or Media studies,
(iv) Professional qualifications and/or work experience in TESOL.
4. Contract Period
Master's degree holders will receive a three-year contract; PhD holders
will receive a four-year contract.
Roughly 6.4 million yen per year
(i) Teaching a maximum of 9 courses (18 classroom hours) per week,
(ii) Conducting academic research and developing teaching materials,
(iii) Entrance examination preparations and grading.
7. Contract Commencement Date (Scheduled)
April 1, 2011
8. Application Materials (3 documents in total)
To be sent by e-mail attachment
1) An application form (one Word or pdf file) containing:
a) Covering letter (2 pages of A4 maximum) including your reasons for
applying, teaching philosophy, and any particular contributions you can
make to the department,
b) Resume (include your date of birth),
c) List of publications. List separately those publications in refereed
journals and those which are unrefereed articles or conference
d) Contact details (name, affiliation, title, email address, telephone
number) of two referees. At least one must be currently employed in higher
2) One sample of your research
A pdf file or scan of a published paper, a draft of a conference
presentation, or an MA/PhD thesis chapter.
3) A scanned version of the degree certificate of the highest degree obtained.
9. Application Deadline
December 10, 2010 (Japan Time: 5:00 PM)
10. Contact Information below for Dr. Philip Seaton, Associate Professor,
Please write "TEFL position" in the subject line of the email message.
Application Deadline: 10-Dec-2010
Email Address for Applications: seatonimc.hokudai.ac.jp
Dr. Philip Seaton
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