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1720Position at Glendon College, Canada

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  • Anthony Pym
    Aug 6 2:01 PM
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      Tenure-track position in translation studies

      The School of Translation at Glendon College, the bilingual Liberal
      Arts Faculty of York University, invites applications for a tenure-
      track position in Translation Studies, as part of its policy of
      expansion of graduate studies. The rank will depend on experience and
      qualifications. Candidates should be able to teach in English or in
      French, be suitable for immediate appointment at the Faculty of
      Graduate Studies, and hold a PhD in Translation Studies or in a
      cognate discipline. Requirements: an active research program, and
      experience in the teaching of Translation Studies at the graduate
      level. The successful candidate will have multilingual competency
      that has permitted him/her to supervise graduate work in a variety of
      languages and/or demonstrated academic work that shows the ability to
      do so. Preference will be given to candidates who participate in
      interdisciplinary research groups, and have a sufficiently marked
      interest in the administration of programs to effectively contribute
      to the restructuring of the existing Master's degree and the
      development of a PhD program. Responsibilities include teaching and
      supervision at the graduate level, research, administration, and
      teaching in the undergraduate translation studies program. Currently
      courses are offered in English, French or Spanish. Given Glendon's
      bilingual mandate, candidates must be able to participate actively in
      College-wide activities in both French and English.
      Applications including a curriculum vitae should be sent to Professor
      Candace S├ęguinot, Chair, School of Translation, Glendon College, York
      University, 2275 Bayview Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4N 3M6.
      Candidates should also arrange for three letters of reference to be
      sent directly to the Chair. At least one of the references should
      address teaching. All documents should be postmarked no later than
      October 1, 2007. Date of appointment: July 1, 2008. All positions at
      York University are subject to budgetary approval.
      York University is an Affirmative Action Employer. The Affirmative
      Action Program can be found on York's website at
      www.yorku.ca/acadjobs or a copy can be obtained by calling the
      affirmative action office at 416 736-5713. All qualified candidates
      are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and Permanent
      Residents will be given priority.