Tenure Track Position in Linguistics and Pedagogy
- Location details
- Zhongli District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
- Position type
- Professor, Assistant, Professor, Associate, Professor, Full
- Organization type
- 4-year college or university
- Employment category
- Other international
The English Department of National Central University of Taiwan announces a position opening for a full-time Assistant Professor (or above) beginning in February 2024. The position carries a three-course teaching load per semester, including courses in General Linguistics, Socio-historical Linguistics, and Pedagogy. The post-holder will work with colleagues in an interdisciplinary English department.
Successful applicants must have an earned Ph.D., evidence of strong research performance, and excellence in teaching. Bilingual capabilities and Anglophone cultural sensibilities would be a plus. Applicants should be aware that our university policy provides course reductions for the first two years of appointment, with the understanding that the university expects new faculty to complete their promotion to the next academic rank within six years of the date of appointment.
Complete applications should be sent electronically before May 1st, 2023 and include the following: a letter of intent with a description of future research plans and areas of interest, a current CV, sample syllabi, two recommendation letters, and representative publications. Applicants are encouraged to select representative work published within the past five years. Preference will be given to applications received on time. Cover letters should be addressed to Professor Hans Huang, Chair, and the application package sent to Jenny Yang at email@example.com .
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