Associate Teaching Professor in Japanese
Location: St. Louis
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 35665
University of Missouri Faculty Appointment. Associate Teaching Professor to provide classroom instruction in beginning and advanced Japanese language and culture, specialized reading and writing courses to undergraduate students, conduct research in Applied Linguistics, Tadoku (extensive reading) and related areas, and participate in service to the university. Requires Master's or equivalent level degree in Japanese, Japanese Pedagogy or closely related field. Salary commensurate with qualifications. Contact James Karslake, [email protected] for information.
TO apply, applicants must combine all application materials (Letter of interest, curriculum vita, statement of teaching philosophy, and references) into one PDF document and upload as a resume attachment. Limit document name to 50 characters, maximum size is 11 MB. Do not include special characters. All applications need to be submitted online at www.umsl.jobs . All final candidates will be required to successfully pass a Criminal Background Check prior to beginning employment.
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