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LINGUIST List 22.2109

Wed May 18 2011

Jobs: English; General Ling: Full-Time Instructor or Asst Prof, Mokpo U

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        1.     Sangil Lee , English; General Linguistics (Except for Phonology and Phonetics): Full-Time Instructor or Assistant Professor, Mokpo University, JeonNam, South Korea

Message 1: English; General Linguistics (Except for Phonology and Phonetics): Full-Time Instructor or Assistant Professor, Mokpo University, JeonNam, South Korea
Date: 18-May-2011
From: Sangil Lee <leesimokpo.ac.kr>
Subject: English; General Linguistics (Except for Phonology and Phonetics): Full-Time Instructor or Assistant Professor, Mokpo University, JeonNam, South Korea
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University or Organization: Mokpo University
Department: Department of English Language & Literature
Job Location: Mokpo, Jeollanamdo, Korea, South
Web Address: http://www.mokpo.ac.kr
Job Rank: Full-Time Instructor or Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

Linguistics: Full-time, Tenure Track Position (Full-time Instructor or
Assistant Professor), Mokpo National University, South Korea

The Department of English Language & Literature at Mokpo National
University, South Korea, invites one native speaker of English for a tenure
track position, with specialization in Linguistics (except for Phonology
and Phonetics). The successful candidate will be appointed as either a
full-time instructor or an assistant professor depending on teaching and
research experience in the specified field.

1. Qualifications:
a) A Doctoral degree in Linguistics (except for Phonology and Phonetics)
b) A non-Korean, native speaker of English
c) At least one published research paper in professional journals or paper
presented at conference (in case of single author)

2. Duties:
a) Teaching load
- Lectures at the undergraduate level: minimum nine hours per week per
semester
- The school year consists of two semesters: the first starting in March
and the second starting in September
- Lectures at the graduate level: a three-week program during summer &
winter vacation

3. Remuneration:
a) Salary will be highly competitive at the university level in Korea and
commensurate with your:
- teaching and research experiences
- Performance evaluation (the incentive scheme guided by Korean government)

4. Application Documents (all forms can be downloaded from the application
URL below):
a) Completed application form (form 1)
b) Original diplomas from your college and graduate school(s) or
photocopies of them certified by the Korean Consulate located in your
country. Or Certificates of Graduation from your college and graduate
school(s) (one copy each)
c) Transcripts from your college and graduate school(s) (one copy each)
d) A list of teaching and research experience (form 2)
e) Proof of Employment (one copy each from your employer(s))
f) A copy of your dissertation or thesis (if applicable)(one copy)
g) An abstract of your dissertation or thesis (if applicable) (form 3)
h) A list of your published research paper in professional journals, books
and paper presented at conference only published or presented on or after
May 30, 2007 (form 4)
i) Copies of published papers, books or papers presented at conference
j) A statement of research and teaching objectives (Describe your research
and teaching plan for the two years after being employed. Maximum two pages)
k) Official documents issued in languages other than Korean or English
should be submitted with the undersigned translation in either Korean or
English.

5. Application Deadline:
a) Application materials must be received by June 1, 2011.
b) To apply for this position, please visit the Office of Academic Affairs
or send your application package by mail. Your application must be
delivered to the office by 6 p.m. (Korean standard time), on June 1, 2011.

6. Application Mailing Address:
Please send all the documents to the address below.

7. Additional Notes:
You should find more details on the Mokpo National University website, and
the various forms required are downloadable from the application URL below.
Click "Job Announcement" under "Notice" in the lower left corner of the screen.

8. Contact Information
For further information, please see contact information below.

Application Deadline: 01-Jun-2011
Mailing Address for Applications:
Office of Academic Affairs
Mokpo National University
61 DoRim-Ri, CheongGye-Myeon
Muan-Gun, JeonNam 534-729
Korea, South
Web Address for Applications: http://www.mokpo.ac.kr/english/englishMain.do
Contact Information:
Sangil Lee
Email: leesimokpo.ac.kr
Phone: +82-61-450-2091


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