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Re: [xmca] Position at University of Idaho
And here's another.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, TESOL AND APPLIED LINGUISTICS
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
John R. Haught, PhD
Assoc Prof of English & TESOL
Wright State University
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Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2011 11:00 am
Subject: [xmca] Position at University of Idaho
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> This may be of interest....
> Assistant Professor of English, Specialization in Teaching
> English to
> Speakers of Other Languages (Tenure Track).
> MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
> 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.
> REQUIRED QUALIFICATION:
> * Ph.D. in
> Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, with specialization
> in teaching English to speakers of other languages.
> PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
> * 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
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