Thursday, June 30, 2016

I encuentro de la Red de profesores de ELE – ProfeDeELE.es

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I Encuentro de Profesores Creativos e Innovadores

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Monday, June 20, 2016

German: Direction Vocabulary




Improve your German and master directions with this guide from FluentU:

http://www.fluentu.com/german/blog/directions-in-german/



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Avoid Paralytic Monolingualism





Here is a fun way to advertise for your language programs from Languages Around the Globe!

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German: Dialect Map





For those interested in the many German dialects, check out the above map from German Culture!


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Italian: Emotions Quiz




 Test your Italian emotion vocabulary with this quick quiz from EasyLearnItalian:

 http://www.easylearnitalian.com/2013/05/happy-in-italian.html

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French: Conversation Openers




 Expand your French with this guide to conversation openers from FrenchToday:

http://www.frenchtoday.com/blog/french-opening-lines-conversation-start

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German: Kugelschreiber





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Brazilian Music: Ceu


For those wanting to expand their musical horizons a bit, check out Brazilian singer/songwriter Ceu:

http://ww2.kqed.org/arts/2016/06/15/for-brazilian-singersongwriter-ceu-the-skys-the-limit/

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Chinese: Learning Similar Characters



From WrittenChinese.com, here is a great guide to learning Chinese characters that appear similar and avoiding confusion between them.

 https://www.writtenchinese.com/how-to-learn-chinese-characters-that-look-alike/

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French: Non-Verbal Conversation



 From Frenchmorning.com, here is a great video of French comedian Gad Elmaleh explaining non-verbal conversation:

Non-Verbal Conversation

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Friday, June 17, 2016

Jobs: Professor of English (Collin College)



 From Educaloxy:

Professor of English Collin College, Faculty of English

Salary Range
$47,479.00 - $57,661.00

Location
Spring Creek Campus - Plano, TX 75074 US (Primary)

Education
Master's Degree

Essential Job Functions
  • Teach assigned courses in accordance with the course syllabus and college policy.
  • Continue to update and revise course content and teaching methodology in order to maintain currency and relevance.
  • Maintain familiarity with current texts, materials, teaching aids and techniques relative to courses within the discipline and recommend their adoption when appropriate.
  • Actively seek ways to improve instruction.
  • Provide advice and/or assistance to associate faculty in regard to course content and instructional materials.
  • Post and observe a minimum of six office hours per week for purposes of academic advising and student consultation.Hold office hours at times which will be most convenient for students.Meet with students as needed by appointment.
  • Advise and assist students during the ongoing registration process.
  • Actively participate in discipline, division and college-wide task forces and committees for an average of two hours per week.
  • Attend scheduled discipline, division and college-wide meetings.
  • Actively participate in assisting the college to maintain standards required for accreditation.
  • Perform registration tasks determined in consultation with the division dean.
  • Participate in full regalia in official graduation ceremonies.
  • Work with Library staff in the selection of print and non-print materials in the overall collection development of the Library.
  • Perform other duties as determined in consultation with the division dean.
  • Establish annual objectives mutually determined with the division dean, including personal and professional growth plans.
  • Maintain state-of-the-art knowledge and competence in the appropriate academic disciplines.
  • Contribute to and participate in staff development programs.
  • Participate in community activities and services.
  • Teaching assignments may be on one or more of the college's campuses or offsite locations and may include concurrent enrollment, distance education, evening and weekend programs, online instruction and other instructional modalities. Non-teaching assignments include instructional development, academic advising and assisting students, registration assignments, participating in college-wide activities and task forces, and other appropriate responsibilities. These responsibilities may be scheduled within the flexible 170-day faculty calendar.
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Performs all duties and maintains all standards in accordance with college policies, procedures and Core Values.
Requirements
  • Master's degree from a regionally accredited institution, indicating a major and/or 18 graduate hours in English, ESL, TESL, TESOL, Applied Linguistics with focus in pedagogy . PhD desired.
  • Community college or university teaching experience is desired.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Contact:
Collin College
 



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Jobs: Professor of English (Ok. City Comm. College)


From Educaloxy:

Professor of English Oklahoma City Community College, Department of English

Placement Range: $38,500 - $45,740 (9 Month Contract)
General Description:
A faculty member at Oklahoma City Community College has the primary responsibility of instruction. Secondary responsibilities include supporting the integrity of curricula, encouraging student success, and promoting the mission of the academic division to which the faculty member belongs as well as the College as a whole.
Minimum Education/Experience:
  • Master’s degree with at least 18 graduate hours in English, composition, rhetoric, communications, creative writing, TESOL,ELLESL, Humanities, Literature, philosophy, journalism, or comparable field.
  • Successful college teaching experience.
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
  • Demonstrated positive human relations and communications skills;
  • Basic computer skills, proficient in the use of Microsoft Office or similar software;
  • Flexible teaching style to accommodate individual learning styles;
  • Committed to helping students achieve their goals to be successful and attain a college education;
  • Support and willingness to teach in a competency-based instructional system;
  • Able to work well as a team member in an instructional unit;
  • Ability to communicate and articulate concepts in an organized manner both verbally and in writing;
  • Ability to read and understand content in order to assist students when they are having difficulty interpreting concepts;
  • Ability to interact in an effective and encouraging manner with students individually and in groups;
  • Knowledge of or willingness to learn computerized tutorial programs;
  • Must be punctual and reliable;
  • Knowledge of or willingness to learn computer programs and Learning Management Systems used in the Division and on campus (such as MineOnline and Moodle);
  • Organization and attention to detail;
  • Agreeable to meet stated expectations such as being available during office hours and providing means of communication with supervisor(s) and/or the Division office.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applicants are to thoroughly complete the online application and attach the following required documents: cover letter, resume, and transcript conferring a minimum of a Master's degree with at least 18 graduate hours in English, composition, rhetoric, communications, creative writing, TESOLELLESL, Humanities, Literature, philosophy, journalism, or comparable field.
Applicants who do not attach the required documents will not be considered for the position.
For application assistance, please contact Human Resources at (405) 682-7542, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

 

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Contact:
Human Resources
Oklahoma City Community College
 
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Jobs: ESL Chair (Cardinal Stritch Univ.)


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Chair of the ESL Program Cardinal Stritch University

The English as a Second Language (ESL) Department at Cardinal Stritch University is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of a tenured track, renewable, full-time assistant professor and chair of the ESL program beginning August 2016. The position involves chairing the ESL program as well as teaching some courses within the program, and other duties such as managing the annual budget, hiring adjunct faculty members, and scheduling classes.

Requirements: A Master's Degree (minimum) or a Ph.D. (preferred) in ESL or another closely related field at time of appointment as well as a commitment to teaching excellence in a liberal arts program. The faculty member will teach two classes each semester in addition to managing the program. Applicants should have a strong record of excellence in teaching and scholarship appropriate for the appointment.

Application Process: Qualified candidates are invited to send their curriculum vitae, a letter of interest that expresses their teaching philosophy, two letters of recommendation, non-official transcripts, and evidence of effective teaching. The satisfactory completion of a criminal background check is required prior to hiring. Submission deadline is Monday, June 20, 2016. Send documents to:

Yanelis Rodriguez
yrodriguez1@stritch.edu

or

Yanelis Rodriguez
RE: ESL Search
Cardinal Stritch University
6801 N. Yates Road, Box 336
Milwaukee, WI 53217

Cardinal Stritch University is a Catholic, Franciscan university rooted in four key Franciscan values: creating a caring community, sharing compassion, reverencing creation and peacemaking. Our mission is to transform lives through value-centered education.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Contact:
Yanelis Rodriguez
Cardinal Stritch University
 
Phone:
414-410-4212
 
Email Address:



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Jobs: English Position (Northern State Univ.)



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Faculty Position in English Northern State University, Faculty of English

100% non-tenured, 12-month Instructor of the English as a Second Language Program

As an instructor of the English as a Second Language Program, assist in curriculum development, assessment, and evaluation; integrate community participation into the ESL curriculum; and research the latest approaches and trends in English language teaching and curriculum development/design.

Responsibilities:
  • Teaching a maximum of 22 hours per week at Molded Fiber Glass
  • Holding office hours at Molded Fiber Glass and Northern State University
  • Developing curricular materials
  • Creating and administering student assessments and evaluations
  • Meeting with students and colleagues as needed
  • Facilitating faculty/staff diversity training
  • Participating in faculty and committee meetings
  • Working with student assessment projects and program events
  • Assisting with new student placement testing throughout the year
  • Possessing the ability to work in and sensitivity to a cross-cultural environment
  • Attending TESOL development/training conferences
Management Responsibilities:
Participating in NSU ESL curriculum development, assessment, and evaluation. Researching the latest approaches and trends in English language teaching and curriculum development/design.

Education:
Master's degree in TESOL or a related field from an accredited institution and five years of teaching experience are required. Prior experience teaching ESL students, adults, and/or refugees are preferred.

Skills and Abilities:
Should be able to work with students, assess projects and program events, and track student progress.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Contact:
Tara Arntsen
Northern State University
 
Phone:
605-626-7840
 
Online App. Form:

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Jobs: Instructor in English (Arkansas State)



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Instructor in English Arkansas State University, Department of English

Instructor 9 Mo
Working Title: Instructor of English as a Second Language
Type of Employment: Faculty
Department: English Learning Academy
Division: Academic Affairs and Research
Location: ASU-Jonesboro
Proposed Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience
Closing: 6/28/16
Position Summary:
9-Month Instructors are actively involved in the academic programs offered by the ELA. This position requires teaching duties as assigned plus related duties. ESL Instructors are expected to be active participants in ELA programs.
Description
Job responsibilities include, but are not limited, to:
  1. Plan and teach assigned ESL courses in an Intensive English Program
  2. Maintain office hours to advise and assist students, participate in committee activities, and other assigned duties that support the program
  3. Develop curriculum and materials associated with courses taught
  4. Review student work, provide feedback, and return assignments in a timely manner
  5. Participate in placement testing and other grading and assessment duties
  6. Participate in orientation sessions, pre- and post-term assignments, and extra-curricular activities offered to students
  7. Participate in staff development and in-service training meetings
  8. Attend all faculty meetings
  9. Submit syllabi for courses taught and final grades; maintain attendance and class records
  10. Participate in institutional effectiveness efforts within the department
  11. Other duties as assigned, including tutoring, student activities, additional classes, and administrative duties.
  12. Share duties with colleagues as directed by the Executive Director of Global Initiatives.
  13. Act as International Academic liaison to departments or colleges as assigned.
General Days/Hours: Monday - Friday 8-5, some evenings or weekends depending on event schedule, but a max. 40 hours per week in all.
Other:
Knowledge/Skills/Ability:
Knowledge, skills, and abilities required or applicable to the position responsibilities and area of specialization, including special abilities.
Minimum Qualifications:
1. Strong academic preparation: master's in TESOL or related field
2. Knowledge of methods and techniques to enhance the acquisition of grammar, reading, writing, listening, and speaking for students learning English as a second language
3. Knowledge of communicative language teaching practices
4. Knowledge of methods and techniques to prepare students learning English as a second language to be academically, socially, and linguistically successful in mainstream university courses
5. Experience adapting classroom content to better meet students' needs
6. Knowledge of and experience in developing , administering, and grading assessments
7. Strong classroom management skills, organizational and planning skills, ability to give clear, concise directions and explanations
8. Ability to effectively use technology in the classroom to enhance instruction
9. A minimum of two years ESL teaching experience, preferably in a college-level intensive course
10. High level of English proficiency
11. Proficiency in a second language preferred
 

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Contact:
Arkansas State University
 
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Jobs: English Position (Khalifa Univ.)



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Faculty Position in English Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research, Department of English Language and Literature

Job Family: All Other College of Engineering Faculty
Department: Humanities and Social Sciences
Contract Type: Faculty
Campus: Abu Dhabi - UAE
Location: United Arab Emirates
Closing Date: 30-Jun-2016

About Khalifa University:
With campuses in Abu Dhabi and Sharjah, Khalifa University is dedicated to the advancement of learning through teaching and research and to the discovery and application of knowledge. It endeavours to be an internationally recognised research university, with a world class reputation for interdisciplinary teaching and research and a tradition of partnering with leading academic institutions from around the world.
The University actively develops an international network of partners, faculty members, and research programs to advance regionally relevant research and innovation in the UAE and the region at large.
About the Department:
This position is employed in the College of Engineering.
The responsibilities of faculty members shall be:
a) Developing curriculum and teaching courses Research, scholarly or other creative activities; and
b) Academic service
About the Role:
Teaching
  • Teaches Korean language courses at undergraduate level in subject areas and on time schedules allocated by the Department Chair;
  • Prepares teaching material including course outline, syllabus and lesson plans. Revises the subject matter on a regular basis as appropriate for that subject;
  • Contributes to the development, planning and implementation of a high quality curriculum;
  • Provides students with detailed syllabus, methods of instruction and evaluation in their courses;
  • Engages in the selection of textbooks and other teaching aids necessary to the instruction of courses;
  • Monitors students' performance in their subject areas and provides remedial classes when necessary;
  • Sets and marks exams, coursework, assignments, laboratory work, homework, and any other relevant activity;
  • Uses up?to?date instructional technology and ensures the delivery is clear and consistent;
  • Develops and improves their scholarly competence and effectiveness as teachers within their area of expertise
Other Responsibilities
  • Serves in a collegial fashion and in accordance to the University's policies when dealing with other faculty members, students, administrators and members of the public;
  • Carries out any other duties commensurate with the position.
About The Person:
  • MA or equivalent degree, in related discipline from an accredited institution.
  • 3 years of experience relevant to the position.
  • Very good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent English language both spoken and written.
  • Must possess required computer knowledge and abilities required to perform the job effectively.
Note: you will be required to attach the following:
1. Resume/CV
2. Passport-size photograph
 

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Contact:
Human Resources
Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research (KUSTAR)
 

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Jobs: Englihs Positions (Abu Dhabi)



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Faculty Positions in Education Abu Dhabi University, Department of Education

College of Arts & Science 

Faculty Positions in Education

Abu Dhabi University (ADU) is a private, multi campus university dedicated to meeting the needs for educational opportunities in the United Arab Emirates and neighboring countries. The University is committed to offering challenging educational programs to all admitted students and program participants seeking a superior education regardless of their race, religion, color, gender, disability or national origin. ADU promotes collegial, efficient and effective management practices and is internationally accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) in the USA. The university seeks and capitalizes upon opportunities to cooperate with peer institutions worldwide; and applies state-of-the-art learning technologies in modern facilities.

The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) at ADU is currently inviting applications for faculty appointments in Education for Academic Year 2016-17. Appointments at all levels (Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor) are available and will be decided based on qualifications and relevant experience.

Faculty Role:
CAS Faculty members report to the Dean/Associate Deans, and participate in the growth and development of the University. Faculty members will be engaged in teaching in the undergraduate and/or postgraduate programs, involved in research activities, and committed to university service.

Qualifications and Requirements:
  • An earned doctorate from an accredited institute in a discipline within specialization.
  • A record of outstanding achievement in higher education and scholarship.
  • Successful university teaching experience, relevant to the academic rank.
  • Strong research record or potential for publications and research.
  • Experience in working with people from different ethnic backgrounds.
  • Excellent communication skills, a commitment to the importance of scholarship and diversity, a spirit of entrepreneurship and an understanding of the role of the university in economic development.
  • Familiarity with the new teaching media, visual communication and the need to equip students with the varied skills they must have to succeed in an ever-changing media environment.
Compensation:
Competitive tax-free compensation & benefits package.

For more Information or to apply

Visit: http://www.adu.ac.ae/en-us/employment

Any Questions: recruitment@adu.ac.ae

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Contact:
Abu Dhabi University
 
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Jobs: Lecturer in English (Turkey)


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Lecturer in English TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Department of English Language and Literature

TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Ankara, Turkey invites applications for a full-time instructor/lecturer position in the Department of English Language and Literature. Initial appointment for one year, starting with Fall 2016; possibility of renewal based on satisfactory performance. The position requires teaching advanced English skills usually to freshman level English Language and Literature students, including essay-writing, public speaking, critical reading and writing, academic paper writing, presentation techniques, etc. Other departmental/academic service may be required.

Desired Skills and Experience
We are seeking native speakers of English who hold BA and/or MA/and/or PhD degrees in English (preferably in English literature), Teaching or related areas. At least three years of teaching experience in the related areas is required. Candidates with academic or university level teaching experience will be preferred.

About the Employer
TOBB University of Economics and Technology (TOBB ETU) is a private University founded in 2003 by the biggest NGO in Turkey, The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey. The language of instruction at the department is English. TOBB ETU English Language and Literature department attracts highly accomplished students (ranking as the 2nd top department in the field in Turkey according to the results of the latest placement exam).

Application Procedure
Please send a detailed resume with a cover letter that states your academic/teaching/research interests along with contact information for 3 references (both professional and academic) to the Chair, Assistant Professor Dr. Mustafa Bal, via email:mbal@etu.edu.tr (cc to dr.mustafabal@gmail.com)

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be notified of the forthcoming procedures.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Contact:
Dr. Mustafa Bal, Department Chair
English Language and Literature
TOBB University of Economics and Technology
 
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Thursday, June 16, 2016

Jobs: Professor of English (Mexico)



From Educaloxy:

Professor of English Tecnologico de Monterrey, Department of English

Tecnológico de Monterrey is a Mexican private non‐religious higher education institution with no political affiliation, founded in 1943. We promote in our students an entrepreneurial culture, humanistic values and an international perspective. We have 32 campuses throughout Mexico and various academic centers and liaison offices in North and Latin America, Europe and Asia.

Full Time Professor at Tecnológico de Monterrey University. Candidates are expected to teach at the undergraduate level. The position requires giving lectures and workshops for the equivalent of 12 hours per week, in a 40 hour work week, which includes other duties.

Qualifications
Teachers must have a Master's degree in Linguistics, English as Second Language, or related field.
3 years teaching experience
Knowledge of The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment
Knowledge of the Cambridge English Scale Methodology and Certification.
Native speaker preferred
Currently live in Mexico or be willing to relocate to Mexico.

Availability to Start on August 2016

Location: Queretaro

APPLICATION:
Applicants are requested to submit their applications electronically 1) Curriculum vitae 2) Diplomas of each degree 3) Transcripts (Kardex) of each degree at leramirez@itesm.mx with the subject English Teacher

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Jobs: Instructor in English (Kuwait)


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Instructor in English The American University of the Middle East, Department of English

The American College of the Middle East (ACM), Kuwait, is a two year college which provides applied higher education programs. The programs offered at ACM are designed for students who desire an emphasis on practical and applied learning as an alternative to conventional theoretical learning.

ACM's mission is to capitalize on practical talents as the basis of a successful unconventional form of learning and as a source of self-confidence and an all around positive attitude for its students. ACM aims to develop the talents of its students into specific skills and applicable knowledge, so that they may be integrated in our graduates' careers and personal lives.

Due to our continued growth and success, we are looking to recruit additional faculty members holding Master's degrees in the following majors: English, TESOL, Linguistics, Literature or related fields. To commence teaching next academic year - Fall 2016/2017.

Successful applicants should have strong communication skills and the ability to work in an interdisciplinary environment.

Preferred Experience: Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language, teaching English for pre-university or preparatory courses/IELTS/TESOL programs.

Candidates should submit applications indicating dates of availability, curriculum vitae and statements of teaching philosophy.

Interested applicants should forward their resumes to hr@acm.edu.kw.

Requirements:
  • Master's degrees in English or related disciplines.
  • Preferably, one or two years of teaching/practical experience in English or related fields.
  • Willingness to relocate to Kuwait.
Benefits:
  • 60 days of annual leave (Fully paid after 9 months of continuous service with us, as per Kuwait labor law).
  • Annual return tickets (for employees).
  • Medical Insurance (for employees).
  • Life Insurance (for employees).
  • Baggage allowances up to 250KD, upon hire.
  • Free, fully furnished apartments and transportation (for the first month only).
Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Postal Address:
HR
The American University of the Middle East
Kuwait, Egaila
Kuwait 15453
Kuwait
 
Phone:
(965) 22255100
 
Fax:
22251427
 
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Jobs: Assistant Professor of EFL (Woosong Univ.)


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Assistant Professor of English as a Foreign Language Woosong University, Department of Education

Teaching Opportunities at Woosong University and Colleges in Daejeon, Korea, starting September 2016

Woosong Educational Foundation is seeking experienced, qualified candidates to fill several positions as non-tenure track EFL professors, starting in September. The Woosong Educational Foundation includes Woosong University, Woosong Information College and Woosong Language Institute, and SolBridge International School of Business.

Assistant Professor of English as a Foreign Language

REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Only candidates meeting these requirements will be contacted:
  • English speaker from Australia, Canada, Ireland, N.Z, South Africa, U.K, or the USA
  • Master's degree (Education, English, or Linguistics preferred) and 2 years of verifiable English teaching experience acquired after the master's degree
or
  • PhD (Education, English, or Linguistics preferred)
Experience must be:
  • Full time English teaching at a university, college or corporation (not from private academies)
  • Primary or secondary level outside of Korea is acceptable with teaching licensure
  • Accrued after the time spent pursuing a master's degree
  • Verifiable through letters from employers or certificates of employment
JOB DESCRIPTION
Non-tenure Track General English Language Professor (GEL)
  • Teach a variety of credit and noncredit English as Foreign Language classes
  • Maximum teaching 20 hours per week, 4 office hours and 2 hours every two weeks for professional development. Classes are taught from Monday to Friday during the morning, afternoon and evening although most classes are in the morning and afternoon.
  • Bilingual (Korean and English) GEL Professors who can translate and interpret may have opportunities for administrative duties. Contract hours for administrative duties are 24 office hours per week minus teaching hours. Teaching hours are from 4 hours up to 16 hours a week.
STARTING SALARY
  • 2,700,000 to 3,500,000 Won per month
BENEFITS
  • Relocation allowance of 40,000 Won per day for up to seven days for those applicants currently living outside of Korea (payable with first pay check).
  • Initial Contract Bonus (1,000,000 Won upon contract completion) for all first year teachers.
  • One month's additional salary is paid as a bonus upon the completion of a second year's contract and every year contract thereafter.
  • Housing:
1) For Single teachers - a rent-free partially-furnished apartment close to the campus (single accommodation) is offered depending on availability or, in lieu of an apartment, a housing stipend* of 400,000 Won per month.
2) For married teachers and teachers with families - Woosong does not provide a partially-furnished apartment but a housing stipend* of 500,000 Won per month is offered. In the case that two teachers are married to each other and working for Woosong as a couple two housing stipends* of 400,000 Won are offered to the couple.
  • The housing stipend does not include key money and Woosong will not provide key money, advancements, or loans to its employees.
  • Vacation - 6 weeks paid
  • Medical / Dental: National Health Insurance plan approximately 3.5% of your salary per month
  • Private Pension Fund approximately 7% of your salary per month
  • Mentoring program for those new to Korea, or Woosong
  • Free Korean language classes
CONTRACT PERIOD
  • One year contract starting around the beginning of September. (Renewable with satisfactory performance)
GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAM OFFERINGS
Woosong offers staff discounts for study in the Masters of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Multimedia-Assisted Language Learning (M.A. TESOL-MALL) Graduate Degree program at Woosong University ( http://tesolmall.wsu.ac.kr/) and the Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A.) at our international business school, SolBridge ( http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/). Both programs are taught solely in English.

ABOUT US:
  • Woosong is one of the largest employers of foreign English teachers in Daejeon. We currently have over 130 foreign faculty working in our English program alone.
  • The Woosong campus is centrally located between the bus terminal, train station and down town area (10 min by taxi, 30 min walk).
  • The Woosong subway station is a 15 min walk from campus or a 5 min bus ride.
  • Daejeon city is 1 hour from Seoul and 2 hours from Busan by KTX. ( http://english.wsu.ac.kr/)
  • Daejeon is the 5th largest city in South Korea. It is a major urban city and the cost of living is cheaper than in Seoul or Busan.
  • Woosong employees enjoy staff discounts at Woosong affiliated businesses such as restaurants, car care, gym memberships and indoor swimming pools.
  • Our web site is at http://www.woosong.org/wli/
APPLICATION PROCESS
First screening--Submit a cover letter, resume, scan of passport information page and proof of experience to the Woosong Hiring Committee at: hiring@woosong.org

Indicate in the subject line the following information:
Name, Highest Degree held, years of teaching experience
(E.G Smith, MA Linguistics, 5 years exp)

Applications will be reviewed and those which meet Woosong's requirements will pass to the interview stage until all positions are filled. Due to the volume of applications, we may not be able to respond to everyone. We appreciate your understanding.

For those candidates who pass the screenings and interviews, the following items listed below will be needed.
Failure to provide the relevant paperwork in a timely manner may be grounds to cease the application process.

Before applying for your visa:
  • Resume
  • Apostille of highest degree (MA or PhD original sent directly to Woosong)
  • Apostille of criminal background check from your county's federal police (ex. FBI, RCMP, Scotland Yard etc.)
  • Health check
  • 10 photographs (passport style) 3.5cm x 4.5 cm
  • Copies of any certificates (e.g., teaching licenses, TESL certificates, etc.)
  • Passport copy
  • Scanned transcripts for all levels (BA, MA, and PhD)
  • All proofs of employment with exact dates of employment with employer's signature on official letterhead (letters should also be dated)
  • Korean criminal background check if currently living in Korea
After applying for your visa:
  • All sealed original transcripts from college or university for all levels (BA, MA, and PhD)
* Health check* (when you arrive)
  • Certificate of Residency for tax exemption from their country's tax agency (if you qualify for tax exemption, Woosong must have this within 3 months of your arrival in Korea)
  • Woosong University requires a health report. The health report will require a medical examination done in Korea which involves testing for tuberculosis, HIV, hepatitis and drug use (Tetrahydrocannabinol, opiates, etc.).
For More Information, go to http// www.woosong.org/wli
Contact Information
Woosong Hiring Committee
Email: hiring@woosong.org

Mailing Address:
Hiring Coordinator
Woosong University Language Institute
196-5 Jayang Dong, Dong Gu
Daejon, South Korea 34514

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Contact:
Stephen Jacques
General English Language
Woosong University
 
Phone:
070-4609-0107
 
Email Address:


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Jobs: Teaching Fellow in English (Kazakhstan)



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Teaching Fellow in English Nazarbayev University, Department of English

POSITION: Teaching Fellow

DEPARTMENT: Nazarbayev University Foundation Year Program (NUFYP)

RESPONSIBLE TO: Coordinator in relevant specialist area

SALARY IN THE RANGE: Internationally Competitive

REFERENCE NUMBER: NUFYPTF16/17

CLOSING DATE: Open until filled (priority given to applications received by 3 June)

About the job
Nazarbayev University Foundation Year Program (NUFYP) is currently seeking qualified instructors in the areas of English (EAP), mathematics, chemistry, biology, physics, and humanities. NUFYP is an integrated, foundation year that prepares students for study in Nazarbayev University's three undergraduate schools: School of Engineering, School of Science and Technology, and School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Students develop academic study skills and learn how to adapt to the expectations of an academic research community. All classes are taught in English, with the minimum IELTS English entry level for students set at 6.0 for the coming academic year. The NUFYP student body is anticipated to expand to nearly 750 students in the fall of 2016.

As a NUFYP Teaching Fellow, you will teach 500-600 hours per year. You will be part of a team responsible for the planning, delivery, evaluation, and assessment of your subject area under the supervision of a subject Coordinator and following the NUFYP curriculum.

Nazarbayev University
Located in Astana, Nazarbayev University is a new Western-style, English-language institution, created with the support of leading universities around the world, such as: Cambridge University, Duke University, National University of Singapore, University College London, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, and University of Wisconsin-Madison. Nazarbayev University aspires to become a world-class research-based university and provide the highest quality education in Kazakhstan and Central Asia.

Astana, the new capital of Kazakhstan, described as "brash and grandiose, and wildly attractive" by National Geographic, and "the futuristic frontier of architecture" by the Guardian, Astana "The City of Future" has been chosen as the venue to host the International Exposition EXPO-2017. Rich in natural resources, Kazakhstan has experienced extraordinary economic growth since its independence from the Soviet Union two decades ago. The World Bank has also ranked Kazakhstan as one of the world's 20 top locations for direct foreign investment.

Successful Candidates must have the knowledge, skills, experience, and qualifications required to effectively teach and work within an intensive, high calibre preparatory program.

Essential Qualifications
  • Master's or equivalent in an appropriate subject area (e.g., ESL, applied linguistics, physics, etc.)
  • Familiarity with teaching best practices
  • Flexible with the ability to handle ambiguity and work in a developing program
  • Effective communications and good interpersonal skills
  • Ability to teach independently, but work as part of a team to deliver a unified curriculum
Desirable Qualifications
  • Postgraduate teaching qualifications for the secondary/tertiary sector
  • Experience working with international students at both the secondary and tertiary levels
  • Awareness of the educational needs of Kazakh students in a pre-degree environment
  • Experience working internationally in foundation programs
What We Offer
  • Internationally competitive salary
  • Opportunity to be a change agent
  • Expatriate benefits (rent-free accommodations, home travel twice a year, insurance, child education allowance, etc.)
To Apply Please Submit
  • A cover letter outlining your relevant teaching experience and the context, and why you are interested in applying to NUFYP
  • A current Curriculum Vitae (maximum 3 pages)
  • The attached application form
  • Contact information for at least two referees who can address your teaching abilities, and contact information of your current/most recent supervisor. (Reference letters will be required if you are short listed; your current supervisor will not be contacted unless you authorize it.)
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. If you are shortlisted, the referees will be asked to send the letters of recommendation directly to NUFYP by e-mail. The subject line of the e-mail should specify the name of the candidate, e.g., "Letter of recommendation for (Your Name)."

All documentation should be submitted to: nufyp_hiring@nu.edu.kz
Application form can be found at https://drive.google.com/uc?export=download&id=0B2_VTsSsbK42VFh2ZnRhS3pGZXRJS0d5ZjJ5bnM3TXQ4RXo0

Additional information can be found at the official website of Nazarbayev University www.nu.edu.kz

Nazarbayev University is an equal opportunity employer.

For any questions please contact еo Mr. Beibit Askaruly (beibit.askaruly@nu.edu.kz).

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Contact:
Chair of Hiring Committee
NUFYP
Nazarbayev University
 
Email Address:

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Jobs: Assistant Professor of English (Nagoya Univ.)


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 Assistant Professor of English Nagoya University of Commerce & Business, Faculty of Communication
The Faculty of Communication at Nagoya University of Commerce and Business ( http://www.nucba.ac.jp/en/) seeks four highly motivated, collegial, responsible and academically-oriented English language teaching scholars for Spring 2017.

Rank: Lecturer or Assistant Professor Level

Date: April 1st 2017

Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Teaching responsibilities: 7 classes of 100 minutes each per week, focusing on English language and cross-cultural communication with the aim of increasing student TOEIC scores
  • Non-teaching responsibilities: maintain office hours, provide additional support to students, conduct and publish research, and participate in all official university functions
  • Active participation in curriculum reform, course adaptation and faculty development
Treatment:
  • Two-year renewable contract with a highly competitive salary based on qualifications and experience
  • Salary will be paid in 14 installments per year (inclusive of a bonus of one month salary paid in July and in December)
  • Holidays in line with normal Japanese university conventions
  • Excellent benefits package including private health insurance
  • One-way airfare provided to Japan from home county and assistance in obtaining a Japanese work visa
To Apply: Please gather the following application materials in electronic form and send them to Professor Tak Uemura (Dean, Faculty of Communication) at tuemura@nucba.ac.jp:

1. Curriculum vitae including passport-type photo

2. List of academic and other publications

3. Letters of recommendation from current/previous employers

4. Proof of degree qualifications, certificates, etc

5. Statement of teaching and research philosophy and research goals

Application Deadline: September 30th 2016

Applicants who meet the stated criteria will be contacted and invited for an interview (either in person, or by Skype for overseas candidates) and a teaching demonstration (in person if in Japan or by video if overseas).

***Please Note: Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Minimum Qualifications:

1. ABD or Ph.D. / Ed.D. in TESOL /Applied Linguistics (English)

2. English language teaching experience at the higher education level

3. High level of English proficiency.

Additional Desired Qualities:

1. Experience living and working in a country or countries culturally different from one's own

2. Knowledge of and interest in language teaching and learning in Japanese higher education

3. Practical English language teaching qualifications (e.g. certificates and/or diplomas with a practicum assessment)

4. Evidence of workplace collaboration and collegiality

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Contact:
Nagoya University of Commerce & Business
 
Email Address:


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Jobs: Lecturer in English (Hokkaido Univ.)


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Lecturer in English Hokkaido University of Education

Data number
D116050548
Date of publication
2016/05/18
Date of update
2016/05/18
Title
Announcement on Opening for an English Lecturer
Institution
Hokkaido University of Education
URL of institution or department
Department
Hokkaido University of Education, Sapporo
Institution type
National university
Public advertisement URL
Content of job information
[Explanation of institution (recruitment background, institution details, explanation of project, etc.)]
Hokkaido University of Education, Sapporo, announces an opening for an English lecturer.

[Job details (duties, subject responsible for, etc.)]
(1) Teaching fields: English; TESOL

(2) Expected classes per year
(Sapporo Campus)
1 Eigo Communication I & II
2 Academic Writing I & II
3 Academic Writing III & IV
4 Freshman English I (C,D,H,I) & II (C,D,H,I)
5 ELT for Primary School I & II
6 ELT for Junior High School III
7 ELT for Senior High School
8 Introductory ELT for Primary School
(Approximately nine 90-minute classes per week, but the teaching load and the classes you will teach may be subject to change)

(3) The official status: a term-limited lecturer

(4) Terms of Employment: The contract is on one-year contract, starting in April, 2017. Depending on the circumstances of the university and evaluation, the contract will be renewable every year for a maximum of three years.

[Address of work location and other information]
Ainosato 5-3-1-3, Kita-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, 002-8501.

[Number of positions]
1Position(s)
a term-limited lecturer

[Starting date]
April 1, 2017

Research field
1.
Area
Humanities
Discipline
Linguistics
Job type
1.
Associate Professor/Lecturer (full-time) level
Employment status
Full-time(Nontenured)
Work location
Hokkaido district - Hokkaido  
Qualifications
Applicants are expected to have a Master's degree or equivalent qualification, with teaching experience to Japanese learners of English, and with communication ability in Japanese.
Treatment
(1) Status: The status of a specially appointed teacher (specially appointed lecturer) will be granted to the selected individual in accordance with Article 2. 1. 1 of the Employment Rules for Specially Appointed Employees of Hokkaido University of Education and the Employment Rules will apply.
(2) Salary: Salary payments will be made on an annual basis in an amount determined in accordance with the rules of the university.
Salary: 6,300,000yen/year
(3) Insurance: The selected individual will be enrolled in social insurance (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Mutual Society of Health Insurance), employment insurance and workers' compensation insurance.
Application period
2016/09/30 Deadline for receipt
Application
/selection
/notification of result
/contact details
[Application method (including where to send documents)]
1 Application materials

(1) One or more published articles (reprinted articles are acceptable)
(2) Curriculum vitae
(3) List of publications
(4) Record of teaching experience
(5) Interest and understanding about education
(6) Syllabuses for the following subjects:
Eigo Communication I and II
Academic Writing I and II
(7) Your current address, telephone number and e-mail address

2 Submission of documents and related inquiries

(1) Application forms #2,#3,#4,#5,#6 can be downloaded from this announcement.
The forms will be also sent to you on demand. Please send the request e-mail to:
s-jinzai@j.hokkyodai.ac.jp
(Personnel Section, Hokkaido University of Education, Sapporo)

(2) Applicants are requested to send all the documents required to:

The chairperson of the Selection Committee for an English Lecturer
C/O Personnel Section (Jinji-ka), Hokkaido University of Education,Ainosato 5-3-1-3,kita-ku,Sapporo,Japan,002-8501.

*All the application documents must be in the envelope with "Application Documents for an English Lecturer Enclosed" written in red letters beside the address. They should be sent by registered mail.

*Application materials cannot be returned.

[Selection process (selection method and hiring decision), notification of result]

[Contact details (department, official position, name, e-mail address, and phone number of the responsible person)] * Important
For further information regarding this posting, please contact:

Prof. Ryuichi Yorozuya
phone: 011-778-0352

or send your questions to the following e-mail address:
yorozuya.ryuichi@s.hokkyodai.ac.jp
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Jobs: Faculty Position in English (Doshisha)



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Faculty Position in English Doshisha University, Faculty of Global and Regional Studies

Date of publication
2016/05/27
Date of update
2016/05/27
Title
Limited-Contract Teaching Position, Beginning April 2017 English Division, Faculty of Global and Regional Studies, Doshisha University
Institution
Doshisha University
URL of institution or department
Department
Faculty of Global and Regional Studies
Institution type
Private university
Public advertisement URL
Content of job information
The Faculty of Global and Regional Studies at Doshisha University in Kyoto will have one opening for a five-year limited contract position, beginning in April 2017.


Rank: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor, depending on qualifications


Contract period: From April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2022 (non-renewable)


Responsibilities:
1) Courses: English and/or culture-related courses, at all undergraduate levels and for all faculties in the university, at the Imadegawa and/or Kyotanabe Campuses
2) Teaching load: A minimum of eight 90-minute classes per week, spread over five days
3) Administrative responsibilities: Involvement in curriculum design and planning; study-abroad programs; language counseling; registration, invigilation and entrance examination marking duties

Address of work location:
Faculty of Global and Regional Studies
Doshisha University
Karasuma-dori Kamidachiuri-agaru
Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto 602-0898
Japan
Courses: English and/or culture-related courses, at all undergraduate levels and for all faculties in the university, at the Imadegawa and/or Kyotanabe Campuses


Research field
1.
Area
Humanities
Discipline
All Humanities
2.
Area
Social sciences
Discipline
All Social science
3.
Area
Humanities/ Social sciences
Discipline
Area studies
Job type
1.
Assistant Professor level
2.
Associate Professor/Lecturer (full-time) level
3.
Professor level
Employment status
Full-time(Nontenured)
Work location
Kinki district - Kyoto  
Qualifications
Qualifications and application conditions (all of the following must be satisfied):
1) First language is English, or of equivalent English proficiency
2) Holder of a Master's degree or above in the area of English language education (TESOL) or in an academic field related to any English-speaking culture
3) At least three years' English teaching experience at the university level
4) Sufficient Japanese proficiency for general administrative tasks
5) Resident of the Kinki area of Japan during the contract period
6) At least three academic publications

Treatment
Rank: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor, depending on qualifications
Contract period: From April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2022 (non-renewable)
Courses: English and/or culture-related courses, at all undergraduate levels and for all faculties in the university, at the Imadegawa and/or Kyotanabe Campuses
Teaching load: A minimum of eight 90-minute classes per week, spread over five days
Application period
2016/07/11 Deadline for receipt
Application
/selection
/notification of result
/contact details
Application materials:
1) Curriculum vitae (rirekisho), a list of academic publications (gyosekisho) and a list of your previous work experience within The Doshisha (shokumukeireki houkokusho) [if not applicable, please write "nashi"], for which the necessary forms can be downloaded from the University home page:
doshisha.ac.jp/en/doshisha/recruit.html
2) Offprint/copy of two academic publications, with an English synopsis (about 500 words) for each publication
3) Statement in English (approximately 1,000 words), explaining your reasons for applying, including your personal philosophy/comments regarding teaching methods
4) Materials pertinent to your teaching prowess, such as student evaluations, syllabi, and awards. Photocopies are accepted.
5) Copy of diploma of highest degree achieved (Master's or Doctorate)
6) Copy of TESOL diploma/certificate (if available)
7) Copy of document(s) certifying qualification at a certain level of the JEES Japanese Language Proficiency Test or similar measurement of Japanese proficiency (if available)


Deadline for application: Application materials must arrive by Monday, July 11, 2016, via registered mail (kakitome) or commercial parcel delivery (takuhaibin).


Send application to:
Professor Yuko Engetsu, Dean
Faculty of Global and Regional Studies
Doshisha University
Karasuma-dori Kamidachiuri-agaru
Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto 602-0898
Japan

N.B. Please print "Application Documents (Contract)" in red ink on the face of the envelope.


Please note the following with regard to the selection process:
1) After receipt of your initial application materials, we may request additional items.
2) Upon completion of the initial screening procedures, successful candidates will be interviewed in both English and Japanese and will be asked to give a demonstration lesson. Interview will be scheduled between the first and third week of September. At that time, we will request to see the originals of degree certificates/diplomas. During the interview, each candidate will also be briefly examined on his/her reading ability in Japanese.
3) For those candidates who are requested to come to Doshisha for an interview, partial funding for transportation costs may be available according to the Faculty's regulations.
4) Candidates will be notified of the results upon completion of the selection process.
5) In principle, application materials cannot be returned. Upon request, however, they will be returned by "pay on delivery." In such case, please specify "request return of documents" in red ink at the end of a list of academic publications (gyosekisho), and include a completed "pay on delivery" form of commercial parcel delivery (takuhaibin). Without it, we cannot undertake to return application materials.
6) Applicants should provide contact details if they plan to leave Japan during July, August and/or September, or if they change their address in Japan during the above period.


Faculty of Global and Regional Studies
Phone: +81-75-251- 2610
Fax: +81-75-251- 2781
E-mail: ji-grjm@mail.doshisha.ac.jp
Faculty home page: gr.doshisha.ac.jp
Doshisha University home page: doshisha.ac.jp/information/index.html


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Jobs: Faculty Position in English (Sophia Univ.)

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Faculty Position in English Sophia University, Facultyof Liberal Arts

Data number
D116050862
Date of publication
2016/05/21
Date of update
2016/05/26
Title
Full-time position in the Core Program (Open rank)
Institution
Sophia University
URL of institution or department
Department
The Facultyof Liberal Arts
Institution type
Private university
Public advertisement URL
Content of job information
[Explanation of institution (recruitment background, institution details, explanation of project, etc.)]

Sophia University, located in central Tokyo, was founded in 1913 by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) and is one of Japan's leading private universities. The Faculty of Liberal Arts offers a comprehensive program in humanities, social studies, and international business and economics. In addition to our degree students, we annually welcome about 200 exchange students from leading universities overseas.

[Job details (duties, subject responsible for, etc.)]

The Faculty of Liberal Arts (FLA), Sophia University, invites applications for an open-rank position in its Core Program (Assistant Professor is a five year tenure-track appointment, while appointments of Associate Professor and Professor are tenured). The Core Program comprises a set of required courses for degree students, including composition courses at three levels, a public speaking course, and a course in critical thinking. The successful candidate is expected to have a specialization in English composition and be able to teach all courses offered in the program. The normal teaching load for full-time teachers in the Core Program is three courses per semester. The candidate is also expected to carry out administrative duties related to the Core Program and the faculty as a whole.

The successful applicant is expected to have a doctorate degree in Applied Linguistics or TESOL and a demonstrated record of scholarly achievements, with experience teaching academic writing in higher education English-medium programs in Japan or elsewhere. Preferred experience includes one or more of the following: program management and curriculum development in applied language at the college level; experience working in or with writing centers; experience with language testing; and relevant language teacher training. Although the student body of the FLA is diverse, it is important to note that this is not an English as a Foreign Language teaching position. The language of instruction is English. The appointment will be effective from September 21, 2017 (preferred) or April 1, 2018.

[Address of work location and other information]
Sophia University Yotsuya Campus
7-1, Kioi-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

[Number of positions]
1

[Starting date]
September 21, 2017 (preferred), or April 1, 2018
Research field
1.
Area
Humanities
Discipline
Applied Linguistics, TESOL
Job type
1.
Professor level
2.
Associate Professor/Lecturer (full-time) level
3.
Assistant Professor level
Employment status
Full-time(Tenured)
*Assistant professor is a maximum five-year tenure-track appointment
Work location
Kanto district - Tokyo  
Qualifications
The successful applicant is expected to have a doctorate degree in Applied Linguistics or TESOL and a demonstrated record of scholarly achievements, with experience teaching academic writing in higher education English-medium programs in Japan or elsewhere. Preferred experience includes one or more of the following: program management and curriculum development in applied language at the college level; experience working in or with writing centers; experience with language testing; and relevant language teacher training. Although the student body of the FLA is diverse, it is important to note that this is not an English as a Foreign Language teaching position. The language of instruction is English. The appointment will be effective from September 21, 2017 (preferred) or April 1, 2018.
Treatment
Salary and benefits are competitive with other private universities in Japan.
Application period
2016/09/21 Postmark deadline
*Applications should be postmarked by September 21, 2016.
Application
/selection
/notification of result
/contact details
[Application method (including where to send documents)]

Applications should include a cover letter outlining academic background, research interests, teaching abilities, and an explanation of your interest in being at Sophia University), a detailed curriculum vitae, two publications, and the names and addresses of three referees.

Applications should be postmarked by September 21, 2016 and addressed to:

Professor Michio Hayashi, Dean
Faculty of Liberal Arts
Sophia University
7-1, Kioi-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-8554
Japan

*Application documents will not be returned to the applicants.

[Selection process (selection method and hiring decision), notification of result]

The final selection of short-listed candidates will be based on an interview.

[Contact details (department, official position, name, e-mail address, and phone number of the responsible person)] * Important

Professor Hanako Okada at <h-okada-c5s[at]sophia.ac.jp>


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