LINGUIST List 8.1136

Mon Aug 4 1997

Jobs: Indonesian/Asian Studies

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  1. Alan Dench, JOB: Indonesian/Asian studies

Message 1: JOB: Indonesian/Asian studies

Date: Mon, 4 Aug 1997 11:15:50 +0800
From: Alan Dench <>
Subject: JOB: Indonesian/Asian studies



Applications are invited for appointment to the above position for a
fixed term period of 3 years with prospects of re-appointment or for a
tenurable appointment. (Substantial tertiary teaching experience and
publications will be a prerequisite for a tenurable position.) The
appointee will have the ability to teach both Indonesian language and
inter-disciplinary Asian Studies courses focusing on contemporary
society and culture. Candidates must be fluent in both Indonesian and
English and have completed, or be close to completing, a PhD degree on
an aspect of Indonesian language, society or culture. Some experience
of teaching Indonesian language and/or Asian Studies at tertiary level
is necessary, as are research publications or demonstrated
potential. The ability to assume administrative responsibilities for
the Indonesian programme, as required, is desirable. The position will
be available from 1 January 1998. Applicants with teaching experience
are requested to submit a teaching portfolio as part of their
application. For further information and copies of the selection
criteria please contact Professor Beverley Hooper on telephone (08)
9380 2080 or fax (08) 9380 1167 or email Details of the School's programmes are
available on

SALARY RANGE: Lecturer Level B $45,194 - $53,669 p.a.

CLOSING DATE: 5 September 1997

Benefits include superannuation, fares to Perth (if applicable) for
appointee and dependent family, removal allowance (if applicable)
study leave and long service leave. Conditions of appointment will be
specified in any offer of appointment which may be made as a result of
this advertisement.

Written applications quoting reference number, telephone number,
qualifications and experience and the names, addresses (including
Email) and fax/telephone numbers of 3 referees should reach the
Director, Human Resources, The University of Western Australia,
Nedlands WA 6907, by the closing date.

Reader's of Linguist might note that UWA also has a separate
linguistics program in the Centre for Linguistics
.. This comment is not an official
part of the advertisement :)

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