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Re: [xmca] Position at University of Idaho

And here's another.

       Tenure-track           assistant           professor in TESOL and Applied Linguistics, to begin September           2012.
       Required:  Doctorate in appropriate field by the time of employment. Strong           background in theory and practice           of second-language acquisition and evidence           of successful teaching           of same.
       Preferred: Expertise in pragmatics and           cultural theory,           sociolinguistics, and/or Asian Studies; research interest           in acquisition of English by speakers of Asian languages; experience or           demonstrable interest in collaborating           with IEP.
       Load: Five courses over             two semesters           at the undergraduate and graduate levels, advising           and service. TESOL faculty in the Wright           State University Department of             English             collaborate closely             with a large           and growing in-house           IEP. Salary competitive. WSU is an AA/EOE employer.
       To apply: letter discussing your           scholarship and teaching           interests and experience, c.v.           and three letters             of reference by             November 23, 2011. Materials must be submitted electronically
       to           https://jobs.wright.edu/postings/4400.

John R. Haught, PhD
Assoc Prof of English & TESOL
Wright State University

----- Original Message -----
From: "Duvall, Emily" <emily@uidaho.edu>
Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2011 11:00 am
Subject: [xmca] Position at University of Idaho
To: "eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity" <xmca@weber.ucsd.edu>

> This may be of interest....
> ~em
> Position:  
> Assistant Professor of English, Specialization in Teaching 
> English to
> Speakers of Other Languages (Tenure Track).
> We invite applications for a full-time tenure-track position as
> Assistant Professor of Linguistics or Applied Linguistics, with
> specialization in teaching English to speakers of other 
> languages. We
> seek to hire a person who will help us restructure content and 
> deliveryof a well-established TESL program.  The successful 
> candidate will have
> a Ph.D. in linguistics or related field with a focus and established
> research program that will support TESL teaching and learning. 
> Teachingload is 3-2, focused at the graduate and senior 
> undergraduate level;
> courses may include introductory and advanced linguistics 
> courses, TESL
> methods, and educational linguistics.  Candidates' areas of
> specialization should be relevant to preparing graduates to teach
> language arts and composition in a secondary education 
> setting.  A
> strong research program is prerequisite to positive third-year and
> tenure/promotion reviews.  
> *         Ph.D. in 
> Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, with specialization
> in teaching English to speakers of other languages.
> *        Experience or other 
> credentials in teaching language arts at
> the secondary level 
> *        High-quality 
> publications and/or other demonstrated scholarship
> within area of specialization
> *           
> Demonstrated excellence in teaching
> *        Experience working 
> with an intensive English language program
> *           
> Excellent communication skills
> Application Procedures:  
> Application review begins November 1, 2011, and will continue 
> until the
> position has been filled.  For primary consideration, we 
> must receive
> initial materials by November 1.  We plan to interview 
> candidates at the
> MLA convention in Seattle in early January, or by 
> telephone.  Applicants
> who meet the required qualifications should apply online at
> http://www.hr.uidaho.edu and include a letter of application, 
> curriculumvitae, and a writing sample of 10-20 pages 
> illustrating scholarly focus.
> Semifinalists will be asked to submit three confidential letters of
> recommendation and graduate transcripts by mail to:
> Gary Williams, Chair
> English Department
> University of Idaho
>  P. O. Box 441102
>  Moscow, ID 83844-1102 
> jgw@uidaho.edu	
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