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Tue Mar 5 1996

Jobs: Lecturership in Applied Japanese Linguistics

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Message 1: Lecturership in Applied Japanese Linguistics

Date: 04 Mar 1996 21:19:12 GMT
From: hh5soas.ac.uk <hh5soas.ac.uk>
Subject: Lecturership in Applied Japanese Linguistics

SCHOOL OF ORIENTAL AND AFRICAN STUDIES
University of London

Lectureship in Applied Japanese Linguistics
(PENDING FUNDING)

Closing date: Friday, 22nd March 1996

Applications are invited for a Lectureship in Applied Linguistics (the
post is equivalent to Assistant Professor) in the Department of the
Languages and Cultures of East Asia from September 1996. The
successful candidate will be expected to teach and convene Europe's
first MA in Applied Japanese Linguistics as well as key language
courses at BA level and Japanese language programmes for non-degree
students offered by the SOAS Language Centre. Candidates will be
expected to have expertise in language teaching methodology and be
able to assume a co-ordinating role for all the School's Japanese
language programmes.

Candidates will have native or near-native fluency in Japanese, a PhD
or ABD, or equivalent, in Applied Japanese Linguistics, and a proven
teaching and publication record.

The appointment will be made on the Lecturer A scale (stlg15,154
-stlg19,848 p.a.) or Lecturer B scale (stlg20,677-stlg26,430 p.a.),
depending on qualifications and experience, plus London Allowance of
stlg2,134 p.a. Membership of USS will be encouraged.

An application form and further particulars may be obtained from the
Personnel Office, School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh
Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG (tel: 0171 323 6189 between
10:30 am and 2:00 pm). Overseas candidates may apply directly by
letter, and all applications should be supported by a full curriculum
vitae and the names, addresses, fax and telephone numbers of three
referees.

SOAS in an equal opportunities employer.
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