LINGUIST List 5.1217

Thu 03 Nov 1994

Jobs: Japanese, General ling/ESL, Phonetics

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  1. Amy Ohta, Tenure-track opening in Japanese
  2. , Tenure-Track positions available
  3. Lisa Reed, Job Announcement

Message 1: Tenure-track opening in Japanese

Date: Oct 31, 1994 12:08:33
From: Amy Ohta <>
Subject: Tenure-track opening in Japanese

Previously I posted an abbreviated job announcement from California State
University, Los Angeles. Here is the entire posting.



Position: The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures announces the
opening of a tenure-track position in Japanese to start September 1995.

Qualifications: Ph.D. or A.B.D. in Japanese or a closely-related field.
Native or near-native proficiency in Japanese; fluent English. Ability to
teach all levels of language as well as courses in civilization, linguistics,
or literature. Applicants should be able to demonstrate excellence in
university teaching, familiarity with competency-based instruction, and
willingness to contribute to program development. Candidates in any area of
specialization are encouraged to apply; preference will be given to those
with a linguistics background.

Rank and Salary: Although it is expected that the appointment will be made
at the rank of Assistant Professor, an especially well-qualified candidate
could be appointed at the rank of Associate Professor. Salary is
competitive and will depend upon qualifications and experience. The
doctorate is required for tenure or promotion.

General Information: Founded in 1947, California State University, Los
Angeles is one of 20 campuses in the California State University System. The
University offers programs in more than 50 academic and professional fields
in four state-supported quarters per year. Full-time faculty teach during
three of the four quarters. The campus is located at the eastern edge of the
city of Los Angeles, and offers easy access to a variety of cultural and
educational institutions and activities. The student body of approximately
20,000 full- and part-time students reflects the ethnic diversity of the
area. The University has collective bargaining contracts with the faculty
and other employee units.

In addition to its other language programs, the Department of Modern
Languages and Literatures offers the B.A. degree in French, Japanese and
Spanish, and the M.A. in French and Spanish.

The University has an active affirmative action program and encourages ethnic
minorities, women, and persons with disabilities to apply.

Applications: Submit letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, and dossier
with transcripts to:

 Joseph Crzanowski, Chair
 Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
 California State niversity, Los Angeles
 5151 State University Drive
 Los Angeles, CA 90032-8112

Deadline: Applications accepted until position is filled. Candidates whose
completed applications are received by December 15, 1994 will be considered
for an interview at the MLA Convention.

California State University Los Angeles is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action/Disabled/Title IX Employer. Upon request, reasonable accommodation
will be provided to individuals with protected disabilities to (a) complete
the employment process and (b) perform essential job functions when this does
not cause an undue hardship.
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Message 2: Tenure-Track positions available

Date: Tue, 01 Nov 1994 10:51:46 Tenure-Track positions available
Subject: Tenure-Track positions available

Applications are invited for two tenure-track teaching positions
at the Assistant Professor level. Saint Michael's College is a
small Catholic liberal arts and sciences college with a thriving
Center for International Programs. Programs in the Center
include the Intensive English Program, the University Academic
(bridge) Program, Undergraduate Language and Linguistics, Special
Programs, and a Master's Degree Program in Teaching English as a
Second/Foreign Language. We seek candidates able to teach in all
program areas, with undergraduate and graduate responsibilities.
Preferred areas of expertise include K-12 ESL and bilingual
education, English for academic or special purposes, EFL/ESL
methodologies, second language acquisition, and/or adult/refugee
education. Responsibilities include teaching 10-11 hours per
week, appropriate research, and service to the College as well as
the profession. Ability to teach languages other than English
will be considered a plus. Preference will be given to
candidates who have a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics, Education,
TESOL or a related field and who have successful teaching and
teacher-training experience and evidence of scholarship. Send
letter of application, C.V. and 3 letters of reference by
February 1 (for AUGUST 1995 hire date) to the Office of Human
Resources, Saint Michael's College, Winooski Park, Colchester, VT
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Message 3: Job Announcement

Date: Wed, 02 Nov 94 10:37:24 ESJob Announcement
From: Lisa Reed <>
Subject: Job Announcement


The Department of Linguistics of the University of Ottawa invites applications
for an eighteen month replacement position at the rank of assistant professor,
effective July 1, 1995.

Ph.D. in Linguistics, proof of excellence in research, ability to teach courses
in both official languages (English and French). Preferred area of
specialization is phonetics/phonology with an experimental orientation and a
demonstrated interest in theoretical phonology. Our department boasts an
extremely well-equipped research laboratory and a dedicated electronics
technologist. Preference will be given to candidates who are willing to
exploit and develop this resource.

Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience, in keeping with
the Collective Agreement.

Candidates are invited to address their applications with CV, three letters
of recommendation, and copies of representative publications to:

 Eta Schneiderman, Chair
 Department of Linguistics
 University of Ottawa
 Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5
 (FAX: (613) 564-9067)

Applications received before January 15, 1995 are guaranteed consideration,
although the department may continue to consider applications until a final
decision is made.

The University of Ottawa has an employment equity policy and strongly
encourages applications from women.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement
is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.



Le departement de linguistique de l'Universite d'Ottawa annonce un poste de
remplacement de dix-huit mois au niveau de professeur(e) adjoint(e) a partir
du 1er juillet 1995.

Doctorat en linguistique, preuves d'excellence en recherche, capacite
d'enseigner dans les deux langues officielles (anglais et francais).
Le domaine de specialisation souhaite est la phonetique/phonologie avec
une orientation experimentale et un interet marque pour la theorie
phonologique. Notre departement possede un laboratoire de recherche
extremement bien equipe auquel se rattache un technicien specialise en
electronique. La preference ira aux candidat(e)s pret(e)s a exploiter
cette ressource.

Le salaire sera conforme a la Convention Collective.

Les interesse(e)s sont prie(e)s d'envoyer leur c.v., trois lettres de
recommandation, des copies de leurs publications pertinentes et/ou
travaux de recherche a:

 Eta Schneiderman, directrice
 Departement de linguistique
 Universite d'Ottawa
 Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5
 (Telecopieur: (613) 564-9067)

Les candidatures recues avant le 15 janvier sont assurees d'etre prises en
consideration, mais le departement se reserve la possibilite de considerer
les candidatures recues a une date ulterieure jusqu'a ce que la decision
finale soit prise.

L'Universite d'Ottawa a une politique d'equite en matiere d'emploi et
encourage fortement les femmes a presenter leur candidature.

Conformement aux exigences d'immigration du Canada, cette annonce s'adresse
aux citoyens/citoyennes et aux immigrant(e)s recu(e)s.
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