LINGUIST List 22.1527|
Mon Apr 04 2011
Jobs: English; Phonetics and/or Phonology: Professor, Hansung U
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1. Gui-Sun Moon ,
English; Phonetics and/or Phonology: Full-Time Faculty Member (Professor), Hansung University, Seoul, South Korea
Message 1: English; Phonetics and/or Phonology: Full-Time Faculty Member (Professor), Hansung University, Seoul, South Korea
From: Gui-Sun Moon <sunmoonhansung.ac.kr>
Subject: English; Phonetics and/or Phonology: Full-Time Faculty Member (Professor), Hansung University, Seoul, South Korea
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University or Organization: Hansung University, Seoul, Korea
Job Location: Seoul, Korea, South
Web Address: http://www.hansung.ac.kr
Job Rank: Full-Time Faculty Member (Professor)
Specialty Areas: Phonetics; Phonology
Required Language(s): English (eng)
Non-tenured Position for Phonology & Phonetics
The English Department of Hansung University, Seoul, Korea, is hiring a
regular, full-time faculty member who holds a Ph.D. in phonetics and/or
- A native speaker of English
- Ph. D. in phonology and/or phonetics
2. Contract Period: One academic year (September 1, 2011 - August 31, 2012)
3. Teaching Obligation: Minimum 9 lecture hours per week
- Also responsible for class-related extra activities, student counseling,
committee work and attendance at faculty meetings
4. Payment: $40,000 USD before tax
- Allowances such as medical insurance and private school annuity will be
5. Housing: If single, a free guest house minus utilities will be provided.
In the case of families, a housing subsidy of 300,000 won (Korean currency)
will be paid for an off-campus residence.
6. Vacation: Two month-paid vacation per year
7. Required Documents:
(1) CV with a cover letter
(2) Copies of diplomas and certificates
(3) Copies of academic transcripts for the screening process (official
sealed transcripts should be mailed to the University directly from the
designated college or university for final approval.)
(4) 2 recent Letters of Recommendation from former employers or
professors,including phone numbers or email addresses.
(5) Copy of ID page of passport
Please submit the required documents first by e-mail to
sunmoonhansung.ac.kr, then via regular mail to the address below no later
than May 15, 2011.
Application Deadline: 15-May-2011
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor Gui-Sun Moon
Department of English, Hansung University
389 Samseon-dong 3-ga, Seongbuk-gu
Email Address for Applications: sunmoonhansung.ac.kr
Professor Gui-Sun Moon
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