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LINGUIST List 22.664

Wed Feb 09 2011

Jobs: Second/Foreign Lang Education or Acq: Prof/Assoc Prof, U of Tokyo

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        1.     Naoki Ogoshi , Second/Foreign Language Education or Acquisition: Professor/Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Message 1: Second/Foreign Language Education or Acquisition: Professor/Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Date: 07-Feb-2011
From: Naoki Ogoshi <adminboz.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
Subject: Second/Foreign Language Education or Acquisition: Professor/Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo, Japan
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University or Organization: The University of Tokyo
Department: Department of Language and Information Sciences
Job Location: Tokyo, Japan
Web Address: http://gamp.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp/eng/staff/sla_recruit.html
Job Rank: Professor/Associate Professor

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Second/Foreign Language Education or Acquisition


Description:

Tenured full-time faculty positions as professor or associate professor in
second/foreign language education or acquisition.

Teaching responsibilities: Undergraduate courses in English (reading,
writing, presentation, etc.); undergraduate and graduate courses in
second/foreign language education, second/foreign language acquisition; etc.

Number of positions
Two

Qualifications
1. Doctorate in one of the specified fields (already received or expected
to be received before the date of appointment).
2. Citizenship of any country.
3. Experience teaching and supervising students in the applicant's field
of specialization at the university level.

Employment conditions
The salary and other employment conditions shall be as prescribed by the
University of Tokyo's regulations.

Start of employment
April 2012

Application document

For first stage of selection process, Applicants applying on their own
behalf must submit one copy each of the following:
(1) CV in the University of Tokyo's standard resume format. (The necessary
form and instructions for completing it can be downloaded at the
application URL below.)
(2) Proof of receipt of most advanced degree. (Photocopy acceptable.) (If
the degree has not yet been received, documentation (e.g., a letter from
the applicant's doctoral advisor) confirming the expected date of the
granting of the degree.)
(3) A list showing research accomplishments and teaching experience. (Any
format is acceptable. Indicate three major accomplishments with circles.)
(4) Three major research papers or other research accomplishments (original
copy, reprint, or photocopy), including at least one item in English.
(5) Summaries in English of the three major accomplishments indicated in
(3). (Each summary should be about one page in length on A4 or letter-size
paper.)
(6) A detailed description in English of the applicant's teaching
experience. (About one page on A4 or letter-size paper.)
(7) The names, affiliations, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of two
references.

Recommendations of potential candidates by others are also welcome. In such
cases, the recommender should submit a letter of recommendation (about two
A4 or letter-size pages in any format) as well as a brief resume of the
candidate and a list of the candidate's major research publications and
other accomplishments. The deadline for such recommendations is the same as
for regular applications.

Applicants who pass the first stage of the selection process will be asked
to submit the following for the second stage:
(8) Additional research accomplishments (original copies, reprints, or
photocopies).

How to apply

Submit all of the required documents together by mail or parcel delivery
service.
1. Print "Application for faculty position in second/foreign language
education/acquisition" in red on envelope containing application documents.
2. Materials submitted for the first stage of the selection process cannot
be returned.

Selection process
(1) First stage: Evaluation of submitted documents. (Applicants who pass
the first stage will be notified of the results in early May.)
(2) Second stage: Applicants who pass the first stage will be asked to
submit the additional items described in (8) soon after being notified.
(3) Third stage: Applicants who pass the second stage will be interviewed
in late May. The applicants will be notified of the time, location, and
other details of the interview later. (Travel and other expenses will be
borne by the applicants.)

Application Deadline: 28-Mar-2011
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor Naoki Ogoshi
Office of the Department of Language and Information Sciences
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
Komaba 3-8-1, Meguro-ku
Tokyo 153-8902
Japan
Web Address for Applications: http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/per01/r01_e.html
Contact Information:
Professor Naoki Ogoshi
Email: adminboz.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp

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