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Kyushu University
« on: June 02, 2010, 06:01:00 PM »
Kyushu University has an opening for a full-time instructor to teach
undergraduate English courses as below.  Public speaking and debating may be
incorporated in some of the courses.  Coaching the ESS Debate and Speech
sections is welcomed (but not officially paid for the coaching).  Someone on
sabbatical or leave will also be considered since it is a one-year contract
position initially.

If anyone is interested, please pass the info.

Thank you.

University Job Opening - Visiting Lecturer

Kyushu University, a national university corporation, is seeking a qualified
native English speaker for the position of visiting lecturer in teaching
English as a Foreign Language (EFL), beginning October 1st 2010. 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 2010 for an
initial 12-month term with a possible extension of another 12 months.

All applicants are requested to send:
(1) a full curriculum vitae
(2) a list of publications
(3) PDF files of three publications
(4) two names for reference and their email addresses

Selection will be made on a competitive basis and only the successful
candidate will be notified. Online interviews and further information may be
asked for when required.

Send applications as an e-mail attachment to <>.

Snail-mail applications should be sent to:

Professor Kuniaki Yamashita
Dean, Faculty of Languages and Cultures
Kyushu University
744 Motooka Nishi-ku, Fukuoka, 819-0395, Japan

All inquiries should be addressed to: <>.
Narahiko INOUE, Ph.D.
Professor, Faculty of Languages & Cultures
Kyushu University
744 Motooka, Nishi-Ku, Fukuoka 819-0395, JAPAN
Phone:(+81)92-802-5747 (direct)