£33,428.16 to £56,760.60 converted salary* per annum
|Placed on:||4th October 2016|
|Closes:||15th November 2016|
Applications are invited for open-rank positions in the Department of English by applicants specializing in one or more areas in applied linguistics. Since its inception in 2008, the Department of English has established four undergraduate programmes of study with a concentration on applied English studies, English literature as well as translation studies. The Department also has a vibrant postgraduate programme in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), and is expected to establish another postgraduate offering in Mass Media Translation. Further, the Department operates a successful research-based doctoral programme. It has grown out of the Department of English, Culture and Communication, which from September 2016 has become the Department of English and the School of Film and Television Arts. The Department welcomes applications from those who possess:
In addition, those applicants aiming to be appointed at the Associate Professor level should be able to clearly demonstrate:
With a faculty of 15 members and a student body of 300, the Department of English is one of the more established entities in Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University. The University is a unique collaborative institution, the first and currently the only university in China to offer both UK (University of Liverpool) and Chinese (Ministry of Education) accredited undergraduate degrees. The University now has over 9,000 students, who from July 2016 spread across two adjoining campuses. The medium of instruction is English. The University aims to be research-led, and has recently committed significant investment into research development and the expansion of PhD student numbers on campus. Academic members of staff enjoy access to a wide range of electronic databases as well as print resources. The Department is housed in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building on the new South Campus, where the new Interpreting Laboratory and Translation Laboratory are located as well.
Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University is located in the Higher Education Town of Suzhou Industrial Park. This location is well-connected via nearby airports to cities such as Hong Kong, Seoul, Taipei and Tokyo and via high-speed rail to other major cities in China. Suzhou Industrial Park is only 25 minutes by high-speed rail from Shanghai. Suzhou Industrial Park is a major growth zone, catering to operations run by nearly one-fifth of the Fortune 500 top global companies. Greater Suzhou is now the fourth largest concentration of economic activity in China in terms of GDP ($195 billion in 2012). The broader Suzhou area encompasses the spirit of both old and new in China, with the historic old town’s canals, UNESCO World Heritage Site gardens, and the I.M Pei-designed Suzhou Museum attracting millions of tourists annually. SIP offers an excellent quality of life with high environmental standards. The nearby Jinji Lake provides attractive views, by day and by night, and there are a variety of shopping facilities, international and local restaurants, entertainment hubs and a great nightlife. Suzhou is also home to four international schools.
All applicants should apply using the HR online application system via http://job.xjtlu.edu.cn. Please click the ‘Apply’ button below and register a user account. After registration, you will be asked to upload your CV, submit a covering letter (in English) outlining your interest in the position, and complete the online Basic Information, Referees and Equal Opportunities forms.
The salary range for the position is 23,850 – 29,222 RMB/month (Lecturer), and 29,664 – 40,497 RMB/month (Associate Professor). In addition, members of academic staff are entitled to accommodation and travel allowances, medical insurance, and relocation expenses.
Applications should be received by 15th November 2016 (quoting job reference ID 995068). Informal enquiries may be addressed to the Head of Department, Dr Zhoulin Ruan (Zhoulin.email@example.com).
To learn more about working & living in China, please visit: www.jobs.ac.uk/careers-advice/country-profiles/china
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