LINGUIST List 4.408
Sat 29 May 1993
Jobs: ESL, Senior positions, Computational
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Paul D Fallon, Job: Director ESL, Prof. For. Lg. Ed.
Cathy Ball, Senior Positions, Melbourne University
, Computational Linguistics
Message 1: Job: Director ESL, Prof. For. Lg. Ed.
Date: Tue, 25 May 93 20:13:32 EDJob: Director ESL, Prof. For. Lg. Ed.
From: Paul D Fallon <pfallonmagnus.acs.ohio-state.edu>
Subject: Job: Director ESL, Prof. For. Lg. Ed.
Associate/Full Professor and Director of ESL
College of Education/Office of International Affairs
The Ohio State University
Position: Associate/Full Professor, Foreign and Second Language Education,
Department of Education Studies, and Director of English as a Second
Language Programs (ESL), in Office of International Affairs.
Appointment: Tenured in the Department of Educational Studies.
Responsibilities: Director ESL Program (Composition, ITA Training, and
Intensive English) serving 2200 students. Provide leadership in curriculum
development, implementation and staff development. Teach graduate courses
and advise students in Foreign and Second Language Education. Develop an
integrative research program in areas such as second language acquisition,
writing, curriculum development or teacher education. The split
appointment entails 70% appointment as director in the first year, shifting
to 50:50 over three years.
Qualifications: Ph.D. in Foreign/Second Language Education, TESOL, Applied
Linguistics, or related field. Significant experience in teaching English
as a second language at post-secondary level. Familiarity with both pre-
and post-admission ESL programming at the university level. Substantial
administrative experience, demonstrated leadership abilities. Record of
scholarly productivity and extramural funding consistent with rank.
Proficiency in language other than English. Excellent interpersonal and
Starting Salary: Commensurate with experience.
Position Available: September 1, 1993.
Application Deadline: June 7, 1993, or until position is filled. Send
application and/or nomination including a resume, credentials and at least
three letters of reference to:
Dr. Nancy L. Zimpher, Dean
College of Education
127 Arps Hall
1945 North High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1172
The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
Employer. Women, minorities, Vietnam-era veterans, disabled veterans and
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Message 2: Senior Positions, Melbourne University
Date: Wed, 26 May 1993 14:14 EDTSenior Positions, Melbourne University
From: Cathy Ball <CBALLGUVAX.bitnet>
Subject: Senior Positions, Melbourne University
TENURED FULL PROFESSOR OF LANGUAGE STUDIES
(Foundation Chair), to run a newly constituted School of Languages
within the Faculty of Arts at Melbourne University, Parkville, Victoria,
3052, Australia. The School incorporates all the former language
departments (Arabic, Chinese, ESL, French, German, Indonesian, Italian,
Japanese, and Russian, applied linguistics and language studies, and the
Horwood Language Centre) and has a new charge to serve the language
needs of all students and to prepare teachers for the state-mandated P-10
program (required language study from primary school through Year 10).
The candidate will be either an applied linguist or a specialist in language
teaching in one of the languages taught in the school (someone in Spanish
and Applied Linguistics could apply, but should probably add ESL, in the
expectation of trying to add Spanish to the list). The candidate should have
an established international reputation, a substantial research record, and a
capacity to exercise academic leadership. The appointee will be expected
to be the administrative and academic Head of the School of Languages
for four to five years.
TENURED FULL PROFESSORS TO HEAD THE FRENCH AND
GERMAN are also being sought (Chinese in 1994) - in other words a new
leadership and a new approach to prevent dilution by heldover
conservative elements. For the French and German, candidates may be
linguists, applied linguists, literary scholars, or specialists in
civilisation/cultural studies. This is a great opportunity to put into action a
model for the language departments of the future, with the full support of
the Vice-Chancellor (President) of the University, David Penington.
Deadline for applications is 15th June, 1993, but an expression of interest
in applying received by that date will qualify for late application. For
further information on conditions of appointment, write to the Registrar,
University of Melbourne, Parkville, Vic. 3052, Australia. For further
information on the School, contact Ivan Barko on FAX 61-3 347 2613, or
by e-mail (INTERNET) barkolanguage.unimelb.edu.au. For further
discussion of the background, the university, the Australian academic
scene, call Wilga M. Rivers, Tel/FAX (617) 924 0370. Please publicize.
Message 3: Computational Linguistics
Date: Fri, 28 May 93 15:22:50 BSComputational Linguistics
Subject: Computational Linguistics
We are looking for staff to teach primarily for one year (but with a distinct
possibility of renewal of contract, or even a permanent offer, after this time)
on our BSc in Computational Linguistics here at Dublin City University. A
suitable candidate would be expected to teach some of the following courses:
Elementary Linguistics (Year1)
Cognitive Science/AI (Year2)
Advanced Syntax/Semantics, and Discourse
Machine Translation (Year4)
If you know of someone who might be interested and who fulfills the above
criteria, please contact me either by email (in the first instance) and/or by
post. We would hope to have filled the position in time for the forthcoming
academic year, October 1993.
Dept. Computer Applications,
Dublin City University,