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    School of Translation and Interpretation Faculty of Arts TEACHING POSITION IN TRANSLATION The STI invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position,
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      School of Translation and Interpretation
      Faculty of Arts
      TEACHING POSITION IN TRANSLATION
      The STI invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position, with the
      rank of Assistant Professor.
      1. Field
      Computers and translation and special interest in one or more of the
      following areas: technical translation, general translation.
      2. Tasks
      The successful applicant will be required to teach at both graduate and
      undergraduate levels in English and/or in French, according to the needs of
      the School. The applicant will be expected to carry out research and
      participate in administrative duties.
      3. Qualifications
      Doctorate or equivalent and publications. Experience in university teaching
      and the knowledge of a third language are definite advantages. Professional
      experience would also be desirable. English speaking as well as French
      speaking applicants will be considered.
      4. Salary
      In accordance with the collective agreement.
      DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: December 1, 2002
      STARTING DATE: July 1, 2003
      Letters of application, accompanied by a detailed and up-to-date curriculum
      vitae, copies of principal publications and the names of three referees,
      should be sent to:
      Jean Delisle, Director
      School of Translation and Interpretation
      University of Ottawa
      70 Laurier Av. East, room 401
      Ottawa (Ontario) K1N 6N5
      All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and
      permanent residents will be given priority. The University of Ottawa has an
      Employment Equity Program and strongly encourages applications from men.
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