14.949, Jobs: English Ling: Assoc/Asst Prof, Mie University

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Subject: 14.949, Jobs: English Ling: Assoc/Asst Prof, Mie University

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Date:  Mon, 31 Mar 2003 21:53:19 +0000
From:  noro at human.mie-u.ac.jp
Subject:  English Linguistics: Assoc/Asst Professor, Mie University, Japan

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Date:  Mon, 31 Mar 2003 21:53:19 +0000
From:  noro at human.mie-u.ac.jp
Subject:  English Linguistics: Assoc/Asst Professor, Mie University, Japan



University or Organization: Mie University
Rank of Job: Associate/Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics, English Linguistics
Required Language(s): English (Code = ENG)


Description:

The Division of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Humanities
and Social Sciences, Mie University announces a tenure-track position
(three-year contract (renewable) without Japanese citizenship) at the
Assistant/Associate Professor level, beginning October 1, 2003.

1. Teaching:
(i) English skill courses in the university-wide English curriculum
(ii) Undergraduate and graduate (MA) English Linguistics and
     Linguistics related courses

2. Rank: Associate/Assistant Professor

3. Qualifications:

A prospective candidate must
(i) specialize in English Linguistics or Applied Linguistics,
(ii) have a Ph.D. (preferred), or at least an MA with teaching and/or
     research experiences for two years after receiving the degree,
(iii) have a strong research profile to teach at the graduate level,
(iv) be proficient in Japanese, if s/he is a native speaker of
     English,
(v) and be capable of coordinating the university-wide English
    curriculum with part-time lecturers whose native language is
    English, if s/he is a native speaker of English.

4. Required documents (either in English or in Japanese):
(i) Curriculum vitae (a photo attached)
(ii) List of publications, oral presentations and others (list them
     under respective categories)
(iii) A copy of the selected five publications
(iv) An abstract each of those five selected publications (200
     words/abstract in English, or 400 characters/abstract in
     Japanese)
(v) An essay stating your aspirations for research and teaching (two
    pages, double-spaced on A4 in English, or 1,500 characters in
    Japanese)
(vi) A statement of your proficiency in Japanese, if you are a
     non-native speaker of Japanese.

5. Starting date: October 1, 2003

6. Deadline: Application materials must arrive by May 6, 2003.

7. Send your application materials in recorded mail (write ''English
   faculty position application materials enclosed'' in red on the
   envelope) to:
	 Prof. Teiji Watanabe
	 Dean, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
	 Mie University
	 1515 Kamihama, Tsu
	 Mie 514-8507
	 Japan.

8. Please enclose a self-addressed return envelope for the application
   materials.

9. The successful candidate will be expected to reside in or near the
   city of Tsu.

Mie University is a national, comprehensive university and is
approximately a one-hour train ride from Nagoya.	
Website: http://www.mie-u.ac.jp/eindex.html

Contact Noriko Hattori at geigoei at human.mie-u.ac.jp for informal
inquiries.
		
	

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Prof. Teiji Watanabe
	1515 Kamihama
	Tsu, Mie 514-8507
	Japan

	Applications are due by 06-May-2003


Contact Information:
	Hattori
	Email: hattori at human.mie-u.ac.jp
	Tel: 059-231-9195


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