LINGUIST List 20.1987|
Wed May 27 2009
Jobs: English & Applied Ling, Phonology: Language Specialist, SEAMEO
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English & Applied Linguistics, Phonology: Language Specialist, SEAMEO Regional Language Centre, Singapore
Message 1: English & Applied Linguistics, Phonology: Language Specialist, SEAMEO Regional Language Centre, Singapore
From: Christopher Ward <ChrisWardrelc.org.sg>
Subject: English & Applied Linguistics, Phonology: Language Specialist, SEAMEO Regional Language Centre, Singapore
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University or Organization: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre
Job Location: Singapore, Singapore
Web Address: http://relc.org.sg
Job Rank: Language Specialist
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Phonology
Required Language(s): English (eng)
The SEAMEO Regional Language Centre is looking for a Language Specialist
with a PhD in the field of Applied Linguistics. The successful applicant
will teach serving teachers from Southeast Asia on professional courses
including a Diploma and MA. He/she should be comfortable with any three of
* Pedagogic Grammars
* Second Language Acquisition
* Second Language Pedagogy
* Language Testing and Assessment
* Language Curriculum and Materials Development
* ICT in Language Teaching
He/she will also be involved in managing academic matters related to the
programmes including preparing schedules and briefing colleagues.
Candidates should have a least 2 years experience of teaching a second or
foreign language at school or university level and at least 2 years in
teacher training. It would be an advantage if some of this was in Southeast
Asia and included some experience in managing programmes.
Successful candidates will be required to teach only 10 or 11 months in an
academic year and will be paid 11 or 12 months salary respectively.
Please see job contact information below.
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Email Address for Applications: joyceorelc.org.sg
Ms Joyce Oliverio
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