18.1403, Jobs: App Ling, Phonology, Am erican English: Instructor, U Osnabr ück

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Subject: 18.1403, Jobs: App Ling, Phonology, American English: Instructor, U Osnabrück

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Date: 09-May-2007
From:  Universität Osnabrück < abergs at uos.de >
Subject: Applied Linguistics, Phonology, American English: Instructor, Universität Osnabrück, Germany

 

	
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Date: Wed, 09 May 2007 10:33:51
From:  Universität Osnabrück < abergs at uos.de >
Subject: Applied Linguistics, Phonology, American English: Instructor, Universität Osnabrück, Germany 
 

University or Organization: Universität Osnabrück 
Job Rank: Instructor  

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Phonology 

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

The Institute for English and American Studies at the University of
Osnabrück is looking for a native speaker of American English m/f
(Remuneration according to 13 TV-L) as full-time practical language
instructor (USA/Canada).

Salary is commensurable with age, marital status and experience. Initial
contract will be until March 31, 2008, extension possible.

Teaching (16 contact hours) will focus on advanced language instruction for
undergraduate and graduate students, including pronunciation and phonology,
communication skills, grammar, rhetoric and composition. In addition, the
instructor will be expected to offer classes in North-American culture and
civilization. Evident experience in teaching English for specific purposes
(legal, medical or business English) would be highly welcome.
Administrative functions will entail student counseling, developing testing
and evaluation methods, as well as language tests and exams.

Applicants should have an excellent postgraduate qualification (MA in
(applied) linguistics, TEFL, or TESOL; or doctorate in (applied)
linguistics), documented experience in teaching at university level, and a
basic command of German.

The university aims at increasing the proportion of female academics in the
domain of research and university training. Women are thus explicitly
encouraged to apply, and, pending equal qualifications and suitability for
the position, will receive special consideration. Handicapped applicants
with equal qualifications and suitability for the position will be
considered preferably.

Please send CV, cover letter, documentation of teaching evaluation, the
name of two referees and all necessary documents to the address below. 

Since the integration of teaching and research is a priority of the
Institute for English and American Studies, candidates are also asked to
hand in a short description of their teaching concepts and research
interests, if applicable. All documents can be send in paper form or
electronically.


Application Deadline: 30-May-2007 

Address for Applications:
	Dekan of FB 7 
	Universität Osnabrück 
	Neuer Graben 40 
	Osnabrück D-49069 
	Germany 
 
Email Address for Applications: abergs at uos.de 
 
Contact Information:
	Dr. Bergs 
        Universität Osnabrück 
	Email: abergs at uos.de 
	Phone: +49 541/969-4255






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