LINGUIST List 8.962

Mon Jun 30 1997

Jobs: EFL, Spanish Linguistics

Editor for this issue: Ann Dizdar <>


  1. Jong-Bok Kim, Full Time EFL Instructor
  2. Ernest L. Weiser, Spanish Linguistics

Message 1: Full Time EFL Instructor

Date: Sat, 28 Jun 1997 10:24:55 +0000
From: Jong-Bok Kim <>
Subject: Full Time EFL Instructor

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 renewable.
 - 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: Spanish Linguistics

Date: Mon, 30 Jun 1997 11:46:32 +0000
From: Ernest L. Weiser <weiserACC.FAU.EDU>
Subject: Spanish Linguistics

Due to a late resignation, the Department of Languages and Linguistics
at Florida Atlantic University, a state university in Boca Raton,
seeks adjunct instructors to teach undergraduate and graduate courses
in Peninsular Spanish literature, specifically the Golden Age and the
survey of Peninsular literature (1800 to the present). Requirements
include a Ph.D. in Spanish, college teaching experience, and native or
near-native fluency in Spanish. We are also seeking adjunct
instructors to teach an undergraduate course in Spanish Structure and
a graduate course in the History and Dialectology of Spanish. A
Ph.D. in Spanish Linguistics is preferred, but ABDs and MAs will be
considered. Please contact Dr. Ernest L. Weiser, Interim Chair of
Languages and Linguistics (, for further


Ernest L. Weiser
Professor and Interim Chair of Languages and Linguistics (German)
Tel: (561) 367-3861
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