LINGUIST List 8.953

Fri Jun 27 1997

Jobs: ESL in Korea,Computational Linguistics

Editor for this issue: Brett Churchill <>


  1. Jong-Bok Kim, English Instructor in Korea
  2. hellwig, Computational Linguistics

Message 1: English Instructor in Korea

Date: Fri, 27 Jun 1997 10:19:02 +0000
From: Jong-Bok Kim <>
Subject: English Instructor in Korea

Full-time EFL Instructor in Korea
The Department of English Education at Seowon University in Korea has an
opening position for a full-time EFL instructor. Successful applicants
must be native speakers of English, show excellent writing and speaking
abilities, and have TESOL or EFL/ESL Certificate, MA in linguistics or applied 
linguistics. Prior experience in an EFL program is highly preferable.

Terms of Contract:

 - Period: Sept 1st, 1997 thru Feb. 1999 (one and a half years) and
 - 8 week paid vacation a year
 - Stipend: 1,500,000 Korean Won (about US$1,700) a month
 - Required Hours: 16 hours per week
 - Benefits: Housing (a furnished studio) & Health Insurance

Interested persons should send a CV with a photo taken within 3 months,
transcripts of undergraduate and graduate, a copy of diploma, and a copy of 
certificate related to the position to the following address.

 Prof. Seokyo Song
 Dept. of English Education
 Seowon Univ.
 231 Mochung-dong, Heungduk-ku,
 Chongju-shi, Choongbuk
 361-741, Rep. of Korea

Fax and email submissions are also acceptable with the later submissions
of fully equipped hard copies.

 Fax: 82-2-431-61-8248
 Tel: 82-2-431-61-8320/8323/8325

Deadline for Applications: July 5, 1997

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Message 2: Computational Linguistics

Date: Sun, 22 Jun 1997 16:37:37 +0000
From: hellwig <>
Subject: Computational Linguistics

Half-time position of a Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (BAT IIa)
at the Institute for Computational Linguistics of the University of 
from 1 October 1997 for 3 years.

Main occupation:

4 hours teaching per semester of Computer Science and/or Computational 
Acquisition of NLP projects, possibly providing the financing of the 
other half of the position.


Preferably Ph.D. in Computational Linguistics (in this case a later
promotion to a Hochschulassistent position is possible) or else academic 
degree (Diplom or M.A.) in Computational Linguistics or Computer science/ 
Artificial Intelligence

Application by 15 August 1997
Lehrstuhl fuer Computerlinguistik, Karlstrasse 2, D-69120 Heidelberg

For information about the institute have a look at
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