LINGUIST List 22.1200|
Fri Mar 11 2011
Jobs: English & Applied Ling: Instructor/Foreign Professor, Hanyang U
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1. Gyeongseon Jang ,
English & Applied Linguistics & Language Teacher Training: Instructor/Foreign Professor, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea
Message 1: English & Applied Linguistics & Language Teacher Training: Instructor/Foreign Professor, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea
From: Gyeongseon Jang <tesolhanyang.ac.kr>
Subject: English & Applied Linguistics & Language Teacher Training: Instructor/Foreign Professor, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea
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University or Organization: Hanyang University
Department: Hanyang-Oregon Joint TESOL Program
Job Location: Seoul, Korea, South
Web Address: http://tesol.hanyang.ac.kr
Job Rank: Instructor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Language Teacher Training
Required Language(s): English (eng)
The Hanyang-Oregon Joint TESOL Program, a leading TESOL Program in Korea,
is looking for a full-time faculty member.
Location: Hanyang-Oregon TESOL, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea
Starting Dates: either June 15, 2011 or September 15, 2011
Job Position: Full-time Foreign Professor or Instructor (depending on
qualifications) at Hanyang University, and Adjunct Professor of the
University of Oregon. The successful applicant will become part of a
small, collaborative faculty that works together to insure program
coherence across classes and the most effective teaching in each individual
-Academic-level fluency in English with a Ph.D. degree in TESOL,
Linguistics, or a related field; ABD may apply, and if hired will be
expected to complete the thesis within one year.
-Minimum 2 years teaching experience
-Able to teach the following courses at a graduate level:
A. Second Language Acquisition
B. Linguistics Principles of English Grammar
C. Applied Phonetics and Phonology
D. Language Teaching Methodologies
Duties: Teach up to 15 hours a week; additional program service as required.
Salary: KRW 45,00,000-47,000,000 (roughly US$ 40,000-42,000) per year
depending on qualifications (severance pay included).
-Housing: A furnished apartment is provided near campus
-Vacation: 7 weeks (49 days) annual vacation plus Korean national holidays
-One round trip air ticket per 2-year contract
-50/50 cost sharing for health insurance
-Every second year, reduced teaching load to facilitate professional
We will accept applications until the job is filled, but we guarantee full
consideration only to those received by April 1, 2011.
Please e-mail the following documents:
- A cover letter
- A Curriculum Vitae
- Two letters of recommendation, to be sent directly by the referees
- A copy of Ph.D degree (scanned image file)
- A sample of a recent publication or other research paper
- The title page of passport (scanned)
Upon hire, the successful candidate will also need to supply:
- Evidence for all degrees held (BA, MA, Ph.D) — for example, official
- Other teaching certificates (if applicable)
- Original letter from previous employers confirming teaching experience
- Two recent photos
Applicants should e-mail these documents to Ms. Gyeongseon Jang at the
application email listed below. For more information, please visit our
program website. Further questions should be addressed to either Ms. Jang
or Professor Spike Gildea, University of Oregon (spikeuoregon.edu).
Application Deadline: 01-Apr-2011
Mailing Address for Applications:
Email Address for Applications: tesolhanyang.ac.kr
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