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Associate Professor, or Assistant Professor (two positions, tenured), Kansai University, Osaka (6/2)

Teach English major language courses and content courses (including immersion courses) offered by the Faculty of Foreign Language Studies; English language courses for students of other faculties; and (in the future) graduate courses in the Graduate School of Foreign Language Education and Research.

Job details: 

Full time tenured The successful applicant will have: 1. A Ph.D. in TESOL, applied linguistics or a related field (or will complete before April 1, 2018) 2. At least two years of university teaching experience for Associate Professor and one year for Assistant Professor (including part-time positions) 3. The ability to write questions for entrance examinations 4. The ability to coordinate the curriculum for general English courses 5. The ability to manage international exchange and study-abroad programs 6. A high level of enthusiasm toward fulfilling his/her official school duties 7. Experience of studying abroad is desirable 8. A functional level of ability in Japanese for non-native speakers of Japanese that will allow him/her to partake fully in any assigned administrative duties. An advanced level of ability in English for non-native speakers of English. Teaching Duties: English major language courses and content courses (including immersion courses) offered by the Faculty of Foreign Language Studies; English language courses for students of other faculties; and (in the future) graduate courses in the Graduate School of Foreign Language Education and Research. Salary and benefits according to the Kansai University salary scale for tenured academic staff. Required Application Documents 1. Curriculum Vitae written in Japanese using the Kansai University CV (rirekisho) template (available with sample forms at: http://www.kansai-u.ac.jp/global/footer/kyouin.html) - The names of the courses the applicant taught at each teaching position, whether part-time or full-time, should be indicated. - Experience of writing entrance examinations and/or managing study-abroad programs should be indicated. 2. A list of publications - The first and last pages and the total number of pages of each paper, book, or book-chapter should be indicated. - If the applicant has been granted any fellowships (e.g., fellowships from the Japan Society for Promotion of Science) or competitive grants (e.g., Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research), that information should be provided. 3. Main publications (The applicant’s 3 main publications) - 7 copies of each research paper/publication. In the case of books, two copies will be sufficient. - A chapter from an edited book is categorized as a research paper, and 7 copies of all the sections authored by the applicant are required. - 7 copies are required in the case of publications other than research papers or books. 4. Relevant documentation of any academic awards received in the applicant’s field of research. 5. A list of course titles and brief descriptions (30-50 words for each course) that the applicant has taught. 3 copies of documents that indicate the quality of the applicant’s teaching (e.g. student course evaluations and/or lesson portfolios). The applicant may choose the course and the kind of documents. Only paper-based compiled documents will be accepted. Note: - The Kansai University List of Publications (kenkyu gyosekisho) template (available with sample forms at: http://www.kansai-u.ac.jp/global/footer/kyouin.html) must be used. - The information provided will be used only for selection purposes in compliance with the Privacy Protection Law. Submitted documents and publications will not be returned. Application Deadline: June 9, 2017 Applications should be sent by registered mail (haitatsukiroku) to: Iwasakikinenkan Seigai Office, Faculty of Foreign Language Studies, Kansai University, 3-3-35 Yamate-cho, Suita-shi, Osaka-fu 564-8680 - For mailed applications, please write ""English Position Enclosed"" in red on the front of the envelope. Contact Information: Iwasakikinenkan Seigai Office, Faculty of Foreign Language Studies, Kansai University. Tel: 06-6368-0034; Fax: 06-6368-0036; email: gaiji@ml.kandai.jp - When contacting the Seigai Office, please indicate the position name: Tenured Position in TESOL, applied linguistics or Related Field. Selection process: 1. The results of the initial selection process will be announced in late June. 2. Second-round candidates are scheduled to be interviewed on Saturday, July 8. As a part of the interview process, the candidate will be required to present a demonstration lesson. 3. For the second round of the selection process, applicants will be required to submit one copy of each of their publications and official documentation that proves they have been awarded a Ph.D. (i.e., Ph.D. diploma, or a copy of the diploma) or will complete before April 1, 2018, and a letter of recommendation. 4. Further documents may be required in addition to the above documents. 5. The successful applicant will be required to submit official documentation that proves each of his/her acquired degrees (i.e., diplomas). 6. The successful applicant will be required to reside in Osaka or within close commuting distance.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-06-02
Contact details: 
<p>Applications should be sent by registered mail (haitatsukiroku) to: Iwasakikinenkan Seigai Office, Faculty of Foreign Language Studies, Kansai University, 3-3-35 Yamate-cho, Suita-shi, Osaka-fu 564-8680 - For mailed applications, please write &quot;&quot;English Position Enclosed&quot;&quot; in red on the front of the envelope.</p>
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