U Melbourne Job Ad: ESL (Australia)

Job adsLecturer in ESL, University of Melbourne – School of Languages and Linguistics (Australia)

The School of Languages and Linguistics teaches a broad suite of undergraduate and graduate courses, maintains a vigorous research higher degree culture, and has an internationally-recognised research profile.  The School now seeks to appoint a Lecturer (Level B) continuing, to consolidate and further develop the School’s teaching and research programs.

The position is located in Linguistics & Applied Linguistics, which offers an undergraduate major and minor in Linguistics & Applied Linguistics, as well as a graduate Master of Applied Linguistics, in addition to an Honours program and a large PhD program. The School also offer an ESL program which includes a suite of credit-bearing subjects at undergraduate and graduate level.  The Lecturer will contribute to research in teaching in ESL as well as Applied Linguistics. A specialization in an area such as intercultural communication, second language writing, English language research and global Englishes will be preferred.

The Lecturer will contribute to teaching excellence in the ESL program and Applied Linguistics including the coordination of subjects, preparation and conduct of lectures and tutorials and related assessment, and consultations with students.

Employment Type: Full-time continuing position available from 1 January 2018           

Close date: 16 July 2017

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

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