LINGUIST List 6.1724

Sat Dec 9 1995

Jobs: NSF Program Director, ESL in Korea

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Message 1: NSF job announcement

Date: Fri, 08 Dec 1995 18:04:43 NSF job announcement
From: <pchapinnsf.gov>
Subject: NSF job announcement


The National Science Foundation is seeking applicants for a
one-year appointment as Program Director for Linguistics, to serve in
that position while the current Program Director, Paul Chapin, is on
sabbatical leave. The appointment will be approximately from August
1996 to August 1997, with exact beginning and ending dates to be
negotiated.

The Program Director for Linguistics is responsible for
administering the review of research proposals in linguistics and the
language sciences which are submitted to the National Science
Foundation, for recommending and documenting actions on the proposals
reviewed, for dealing with administrative matters relating to active
NSF grants, and for maintaining regular contact with the research
community and providing advice and consultation to persons requesting
it.

The National Science Foundation is located in Arlington,
Virginia, immediately across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C.
The metropolitan Washington area, besides being the seat of the U. S.
Government, is noted as a cultural center and as a growing center of
hi-tech industry. A wide variety of types of housing is available
within close proximity to the NSF offices.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in linguistics or a related
discipline, and must be active in scientific research on language. Six
or more years of research experience beyond the Ph.D. is required for
appointment as Program Director. Salary is negotiable, and is
comparable with academic salaries at major U.S. institutions.

Please direct inquiries and expressions of interest to

Dr. Paul G. Chapin
Program Director for Linguistics
Suite 995
National Science Foundation
4201 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22230
Phone: (703) 306-1731
E-mail: pchapinnsf.gov

or to
Mr. William P. Butz
Division Director
Social, Behavioral, and Economic Research Suite 995
National Science Foundation
4201 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22230
Phone: (703) 306-1760
E-mail: wbutznsf.gov

Qualified persons who are women, ethnic/racial minorities, and
persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. The
National Science Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed
to employing highly qualified staff that reflects the diversity of our
nation.
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Message 2: ESL in Korea in the Spring

Date: Fri, 08 Dec 1995 16:15:11 ESL in Korea in the Spring
From: Park, Sang Jin <parksjynucc.yeungnam.ac.kr>
Subject: ESL in Korea in the Spring

To sincere job-seekers:

We are now looking for ESL instructors to teach Laboratory English classes
or English conversation classes at Yeungnam University's Foreign Langauge
Institute, starting March 1, 1996. The instructor will teach 20 hours per
week, usually four to six hours a day, Monday through Friday, during the
contract period. The instructor will be provided with a furnished apartment.
The annual salary will be 13,000,000 -- 18,000,000 Korean Won. To apply for
the position, please send us the following documents, by Christmas if
possible, so we can interview you in the States this January.
1. two copies of your most recent resume
2. two original copies of your diploma(s), or two copies of diploma
certified by
 a Korean consulate, or a copy of diploma and academic certification of
 graduation issued by the granting institutions
3. two original copies of your latest transcript(s)
4. two recent passport-size color photos
5. a photocopy of the first page of your passport
Further positions may be available starting in July and September.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask us.
Our mailing address is the Foreign Language Institute, Yeungnam University,
214-1, Taedong, Kyongsan, Kyongpuk, 712-749, Republic of Korea
Phone: (011-82-53-)810-3651, 810-3659
Fax: (011-82-53-)812-7424

Sincerely,

Prof. Lee, Han Sup
by Park, Sang Jin
Wendy Daeges
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