LINGUIST List 9.458

Thu Mar 26 1998

Jobs: Multi-Lingual Developments, TESL, Japanese

Editor for this issue: Martin Jacobsen <martylinguistlist.org>


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  1. Baratay, PROJECT LEADER MULTI-LINGUAL DEVELOPMENTS
  2. Karl Krahnke, Asst. Prof. - Colorado State University
  3. Hideo Tomita, Instructor of Japanese (Kenyon Coll.)

Message 1: PROJECT LEADER MULTI-LINGUAL DEVELOPMENTS

Date: Wed, 25 Mar 1998 12:38:42 +0100
From: Baratay <barataymenway.com>
Subject: PROJECT LEADER MULTI-LINGUAL DEVELOPMENTS

Job Description : PROJECT LEADER MULTI-LINGUAL DEVELOPMENTS
Offer N\176 : compa005/802800

The Company International Company
 specialized in man-machine
 interface in all its aspects
 (software, document technology,
 multimedia, multi-lingual
 interfaces, work practices) is
 looking for a Project Leader, for
 its Research Center in Grenoble.
 The mission of the Research
 Center is to establish industrial
 and research partnerships.

The Job PROJECT LEADER MULTI-LINGUAL DEVELOPMENTS
 The project leader will manage and
 contribute to medium-to-long term
 projects for the development of
 multi-lingual tools and applications.
 The environment is international
 (France + UK + USA). The position is
 based in Grenoble, France.

Appliers Profile - Advanced degree in Computer Science
 - previous experience as a
 project leader
 - at least 5 years in systems
 design and development
 - fluency in French
 - deep knowledge in C, C++,
 Unix, Windows, and
 man-machine interfaces
 - excellent communication skills
 - great creativity

Contact Please send your resume to :
 Claude BARATAY (ref. 802800)
 or by fax : 04.76.48.00.60
 or attach (Word format) and e-mail
 to barataymenway.com

- 
Claude BARATAY barataymenway.com
Recruitments for Telecoms, Networks and Information Systems.
MENWAY Consultants, 25 rue Pierre Semard, F-38000 GRENOBLE (France)
The leading european consultancy for the high-tech recruitments.
Visit our web ! http://www.menway.com
Tel 33 (0) 4 76 48 00 60 Fax 33 (0) 4 76 21 71 29
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Message 2: Asst. Prof. - Colorado State University

Date: Wed, 25 Mar 1998 13:43:34 -0800
From: Karl Krahnke <krahnkeholly.colostate.edu>
Subject: Asst. Prof. - Colorado State University

NOTE: This position is a revision of a previously posted position.

 Assistant Professor of English
 MA/TESL and Intensive English Programs
 
 Department of English
 
 Colorado State University
 
The Department of English at Colorado State University invites
applications and nominations for the position of Assistant Professor
of English with a specialization in TESL/IEP. This is a tenure-track,
nine-month appointment. The starting date is August 15, 1998.

Qualifications

Candidates must demonstrate the following minimum qualifications: 

 Ph.D. in applied linguistics, TESL, English education, or
closely related field
 Teaching experience in EAP programs in the US and in at
least one of the following:
 ELT in a non-US setting
 ESL/bilingual programs in US K-12 schools
 A promising record of teaching and scholarship
 Demonstrated commitment to teacher education and mentoring

An application will be enhanced with evidence of research/publication
in at least one specialization in ELT (reading, writing, grammar,
classroom research, CAI, curriculum design, and program assessment,
including ESP).

Responsibilities

Tenure-track faculty responsibilities include teaching, advising
students, pursuing research and publication, and providing service to
the community and profession. The teaching load for this position is
the equivalent of five courses per year. Courses will be in the TESL
program and the IEP, with special emphasis on curriculum design,
internships, and teacher education.
 
Salary will be commensurate with credentials and experience.
Completed applications must include a current curriculum vitae; a
letter of interest; a writing sample of no more than 30 pages; a
dossier which includes evidence of strengths in teaching and research;
and three letters of reference. Applications will be accepted until
the position is filled, but for full consideration, applications
should be postmarked by April 30, 1998. Submit them to Dr. Louann
Reid, Chair, IEP/TESL Search Committee, Department of English,
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523. Phone (970)
491-5264. FAX (970) 491- 5601. Routine inquiries should be directed
to Terri Williams at: Phone (970) 491-6616 or email:
TWilliamsvines.ColoState.EDU.


The English Department

The English Department at Colorado State University has a tenure-track
faculty of 45, approximately 410 majors, and over 120 graduate
students. We appoint more than 40 graduate assistants who teach
expository writing, English as a second language, computer-assisted
writing, creative writing, and literature. Undergraduate
concentrations in literature, language, secondary teacher education,
and creative writing lead to a B. A. in English. Master of Arts
degrees are offered in literature, TESL, teaching, and communication
development. A Master of Fine Arts is offered in creative writing.


The MA/TESL Program

CSU's English Department offers a Master's degree in English with a
concentration in Teaching English as a Second Language. More than 100
students have earned Master's degrees in TESL in the last ten years.
Graduates are professionally involved in English language teaching in
public schools, in university-based programs, and outside of the U.S.
The degree program requires 33 to 35 credits of academic work.

The Intensive English Program

The Intensive English Program offers year-round academic English
instruction to an average of 100 students per seven week term. In
1996, these students represented 34 countries. Students at the
advanced level may study English and academic classes at CSU
concurrently. In addition to offering academic preparation, the
Program provides business and professional English language training
for special programs. A media lab with a video room, listening
stations and a 22 station computer lab gives all students in the
program access to the Internet and email. The IEP offers a home-stay
program, conversation partners, and a wide variety of field trips and
activities.

The IEP permanent staff currently consists of four curriculum
supervisors who oversee curriculum and provide support for other
teachers including students enrolled in the MA program, graduate
teaching assistants and temporary instructors (averages 15-18 total).
Two full-time office staff provide administrative and clerical
support.

Additional program and department information is available on the
English Department home page at
http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/English.
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Message 3: Instructor of Japanese (Kenyon Coll.)

Date: Wed, 25 Mar 1998 21:23:27 -0500
From: Hideo Tomita <tomitakenyon.edu>
Subject: Instructor of Japanese (Kenyon Coll.)

Kenyon College
Instructor, Japanese

Kenyon invites applications for a one-year, half-time instructor of
Japanese beginning August, 1998. Responsibilities include teaching
intensive elementary level Japanese and supervising a native
assistant. Applicants must have native or near-native fluency in
Japanese and excellent command of English. Preference will be given
to applicants with an MA who have teaching experience at the college
level. Review of applications will begin on April 2, and will continue
until the position is filled. Send a letter of application and 3
letters of recommendation to Japanese Search Committee, Kenyon
College, Gambier OH 43022. An equal opportunity employer, Kenyon
encourages the applications of women and minority candidates.
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