9.1159, Jobs: EFL (Poland), French, Research Director

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-9-1159. Tue Aug 18 1998. ISSN: 1068-4875.

Subject: 9.1159, Jobs: EFL (Poland), French, Research Director

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Date:  Sat, 08 Aug 1998 18:46:27 -0400
From:  Jacob Peebles <jpeebles at ameracad.com>
Subject:  Instructor, Poland

Date:  Mon, 17 Aug 1998 13:28:26 -0400 (EDT)
From:  Jeff Tennant <jtennant at julian.uwo.ca>
Subject:  Position advertisement French Department

Date:  Tue, 18 Aug 1998 16:56:39 +1000
From:  ARRG <siwa at fastlink.com.au>
Subject:  Professor & Research Director

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Sat, 08 Aug 1998 18:46:27 -0400
From:  Jacob Peebles <jpeebles at ameracad.com>
Subject:  Instructor, Poland

The American Academy of English Poland:

We are seeking creative, energetic and resourceful ESL/EFL instructors
for the 1998/1999 academic year.

 INSTRUCTOR (Academic Year)

Responsible for preparation, delivery, and evaluation of a
pre-programmed ESL/EFL language course using the communicative

Coursebooks, Syllabus, Teaching Resources and Supplementary materials

Instructor will be expected to maintain professional standard of
classroom appearance, behaviour, and instruction.  Academic year runs
from October 5th until June 25th

Base Teaching Load:
18 Class Blocks per week
One block equals eighty (80) minutes

In-Office / On-Call:
4 Class Blocks per week

Instructors are required to be available for substitute teaching when
called upon to do so and/or to be accessible to students for office
visits (by appointment only) as part of their mandated instructional
 (Note: If no substitute teaching or student office visits are
planned, instructor may use this time at their own descretion.  They
must, of course, remain immediately accessible.  A variety of
voluntary work projects are available and will be considered as a
clear indication of instructors desire for career and professional

Weekly Meeting: 30 min per week Instructors are required to attend an
office and course administration meeting once a week.

1850 PLN per month

Accomodation: Furnished apartment with bath, kitchen, washing machine
and telephone line.  Heating utility paid.  Instructor is responsible
for all other utilities, including gas, water, electricity and phone
(Note: Average monthly utility total is about 80 PLN)

Benefits: $400.00 Airfare Stipend towards cost of travel: $200 payable
in advance, $200 payable at the completion of one-year contract
 (Certain limitations apply)
 (Note: AAE will handle pickup of instructors arriving at Krakow or
Katowice Airports...  those arriving in Warsaw or other Polish cities
will be provided with travel directions only.)

Health Insurance Coverage
 (certain health insurance restrictions apply)
Free Polish Language Lessons
 (Instruction provided onsite, proficiency levels not guarnateed )
Work Visa Provided and Paid
 (Certain limitations apply for non-US citizens )

All Polish National Holidays Observed.  Extended vacation periods
occur during Christmas, Easter, and the Polish school year Winter

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Providing private lessons or taking additional
EFL/ESL instructional Employment without the specific permission of
the American Academy of English is strictly forbidden.

Additional Work and/or Overtime Hours are generally available for the
instructor through the offices of the American Academy of English

Please visit us online at http://www.ameracad.com

-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Mon, 17 Aug 1998 13:28:26 -0400 (EDT)
From:  Jeff Tennant <jtennant at julian.uwo.ca>
Subject:  Position advertisement French Department

Positions in French

The Department of French at the University of Western Ontario invites
applications for two probationary appointments (tenure track) at the
rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in the following
areas: Medieval language, Medieval literature, Literature of the
Renaissance, 17th-century literature, linguistics (semantics, theories
and practice of translation), literary and cultural theories.  The
ideal candidates will have teaching experience, a PhD, an excellent
research and publication record in these areas.  The successful
candidates will have native or native-like fluency in French.  Please
send a curriculum vitae and the names of three referees, before
September 15, 1998, to Dr.  Clive Thomson, Chair, Department of
French, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario N6A 3K7 (e-mail
applications accepted: cthomson at julian.uwo.ca).  Contract begins on
July 1, 1999.  Position is subject to budgetary approval.  In
accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, this advertisement
is directed to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada.
The University of Western Ontario is committed to employment equity,
welcomes diversity in the workplace, and encourages applications from
all qualified individuals including women, members of visible
minorities, aboriginal persons, and persons with disabilities.

Postes en franais

Le Dpartement de Franais, The University of Western Ontario, est la
recherche de deux professeur-e-s permanent-e-s (tenure track) au rang
de professeur-e adjoint-e ou associ-e dans les domaines suivants:
langue mdivale, littrature mdivale, littrature de la Renaissance,
littrature du XVIIe sicle, linguistique (smantique, thories et
pratique de la traduction), thories littraires et culturelles.  Les
candidat-e-s idaux-idales auront une exprience comme enseignant-e, un
PhD, et un excellent dossier de publications dans les domaines
mentionns.  Les candidat-e-s auront une parfaite matrise du franais.
Veuillez envoyer un curriculum vitae avec les noms de trois
rpondant-e-s pouvant fournir des rfrences, au Dr. Clive Thomson,
Directeur, Dpartement de Franais, The University of Western Ontario,
London, Ontario N6A 3K7, avant le 15 septembre 1998 (demandes acceptes
par courrier lectronique: cthomson at julian.uwo.ca).  Date d'entre en
fonctions: le 1er juillet 1999.  Ce poste est sujet approbation
budgtaire.  Conformment aux exigences relatives l'immigration au
Canada, cette annonce s'adresse aux citoyens canadiens et aux rsidents
permanents.  The University of Western Ontario s'engage respecter
l'quit en matire d'emploi.  Pour promouvoir la diversit dans le lieu
de travail, elle encourage toute candidature provenant de personnes
qualifies, y compris les femmes, les membres de minorits visibles, les
autochtones, et les personnes handicapes.

Jeff Tennant
Associate Professor / Professeur agrege
Departement de francais / Department of French
The University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario
N6A 3K7

tel: (519)  661-2111 xt 5688
     (519)  661-2163 (messages)
fax: (519)  661-3470

jtennant at julian.uwo.ca


-------------------------------- Message 3 -------------------------------

Date:  Tue, 18 Aug 1998 16:56:39 +1000
From:  ARRG <siwa at fastlink.com.au>
Subject:  Professor & Research Director

Professor & Research Director
Faculty of Education, Language and Community Services
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, University
Melbourne, Australia

This key role within the Faculty will appeal to an experienced
researcher whose high levels of drive, enthusiasm and initiative are
combined with an outstanding professional reputation.

You must have a record of success in securing appropriate research
funding, together with the ability to disseminate the skills which it

Your ability to effectively co-ordinate and develop research degree
programs - including a professional doctorate must be coupled with the
capacity to develop and support a research culture.  The ability to
liaise effectively with government, industry and the professional
bodies which provide research funding, is also essential.

It is expected that you will be eligible for the title of Professor
which carries a remuneration package of AUD$103,673 p.a. at Academic
Level E.  The University reserves the right to invite applications or
appoint at Associate Professor level, if there is no suitable
candidate at the level of Professor.

For further information on the position, please contact Associate
Professor Greg Heath, Associate Dean, Tel. (+61 3) 9925 7873, Fax (+61
3) 9925 7586 or by email: gheath at rmit.edu.au .

Intending applicants should obtain a copy of the full information
package for the position from the internet at:

Applications will start to be reviewed on Friday, 11 September 1998.
Please contact the Human Resource Management Group to register an
expression of interest if your application will not be received by 11
September 1998, phone - (61 3)9925 4616 or email
frances.scarrott-goold at rmit.EDU.AU .

Applications should quote position number '9686t' and be lodged with
the Head, Executive Services Unit, Human Resources Management Group,
RMIT University, GPO Box 2476V, Melbourne, Victoria, 3001, Australia.

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