Job opening at Kyushu University
- Dear All,
We have one opening for a full-time visiting lecturer to
teach English. Please forward the info to anyone interested
in such a position.
Narahiko INOUE, Ph.D.
Professor, Faculty of Languages & Cultures
Kyushu University, Ropponmatsu, Fukuoka 810-8560, JAPAN
University Job Opening - Visiting Lecturer / Associate
Kyushu University, a national university corporation, is
seeking a qualified native English speaker for the position
of visiting lecturer / associate professor in teaching
English as a Foreign Language (EFL), beginning October 1st
2008. The ideal candidate should possess a Ph.D. degree in
either TEFL/TESOL, English Language and Literature, American
Literature, Communication / Speech studies, Cultural studies
or related areas with several years of teaching experience.
However, candidates possessing only an M.A. degree but with
a strong teaching background will also be considered.
Responsibilities: Teach eight weekly English classes (90
minutes each) per semester to primarily first- and
second-year students, maintain office hours, provide
editorial assistance and assist with departmental matters.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications, age and experience
Contract: The contract of employment begins on October 1st
2008 for an initial six-month term, and is renewable on
April 1st 2009 and on April 1st 2010 for a maximum two-year
term of employment ending on September 30th 2010.
All applicants are requested to send (1) a full curriculum
vitae, (2) a list of publications, (3) copies of up to three
publications, (4) a cassette tape(or CD)-recorded self
introduction, and (5) two letters of reference (written
within the past one year). All these application materials
will not be returned. Selection will be made on a
competitive basis. Interviews and demonstrations may be
asked for when required.
Send applications to: Professor Wolfgang MICHEL
Faculty of Languages and Cultures
Chuo-ku, Fukuoka, 810-8560, Japan
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 30th 2008
All inquiries should be addressed to Prof. Kazuaki OTA