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日本獣医生命科学大学 日本獣医生命科学大学
December 1, 2020
Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University
Ⅰ.Job title and number of staff positions available: Part-time instructors : Able to handle multiple subjects [Outsourcing contract may be renewed from the next school year onward; retirement at age 65]
II. Job content and overview :
A.
Subjects handled :
School of Veterinary Medicine「English Communication I・II」
School of Food Science and Technology「Advanced Comprehensive English(A)・(B)」
School of Animal Science「English Communication I」
School of Animal Science 「English Communication II」
School of Veterinary Nursing and Technology「English Communication(a)・(b)」
B.
Lecture schedule :
First semester (April–July): Mondays, 2nd period (10:30–12:10); 14 class hours
Second semester (September–February): Mondays, 2nd period (10:30–12:10); 14 class hours
First semester (April–July):Mondays, 4th period (14:50–16:30); 14 class hours
Second semester (September–February): Mondays, 4th period (14:50–16:30); 14 class hours
Full academic year (April–February):Thursdays, 1st period (8:40–10:20); 28 class hours
Full academic year (April–February):Thursdays, 2nd period (10:30–12:10); 28 class hours)
First semester (April–July):Thursdays, 1st period (8:40–10:20); 14 class hours
Second semester (September–February): Thursdays,1st period (8:40–10:20); 14 class hours
C.
Lecture content :
To help students improve the four core language skills and acquire the ability to understand and present familiar topics as well as information on animals and veterinary science.
Textbook used:
English for Students of Veterinary Science (Nan’undo)
To help students acquire the ability to understand and present information on food and familiar topics.
Textbook used:
You are What You Eat: Diet and Fitness English for Nutrition Students (Nan’undo)
To help students acquire the ability to understand and present information on familiar topics and animals.
Textbook used:
MUST-HAVE English Skills for Global Communication (Kinseido)
To help students acquire the ability to understand and present information on familiar topics and animals.
Textbook used:
This is Culture (Nan’undo) or Journeys: Communication for the Future (Asahi Press)
To help students acquire the ability to understand and present information on animals, veterinary science and familiar topics.
Textbook used:
We Bought a Zoo (Eihosha) or Animal Companions (Nan’undo)
D.
Salary:
For ①②③④⑤, 100-minute classes, ¥12,110 per class (may be increased according to university regulations).
Transportation costs will be supplied at cost; however, they may not exceed ¥2,000 per working day.
E.
Qualifications for applicants:
1)
Sufficient practical English capability and educational capacity to teach classes at the undergraduate level.
2)
A master’s degree in a field related to English (education) or equivalent professional experience.
3)
Teaching experience at a university, technical school, high school or other equivalent schools.
4)
For native English speakers: sufficient practical Japanese capability to carry out the relevant duties of the position.
For native Japanese speakers: advanced practical English capabilityand the capacity to conduct classes in English.For native speakers of languages other than English or Japanese: advanced practical English capability, the capacity to conduct classes in English, and sufficient practical Japanese capability to carry out the relevant duties of the position.
Ⅲ Date of hire : April 1, 2021
Ⅳ Application materials :
1)
Curriculum vitae (with a photograph attached) 〔様式1-1~1-4〕
※Academic and professional record from high school graduation onward
2)
List of research publications. 〔様式2–1~2-3〕 (in Japanese or English)
List of research publications. 〔様式2–4〕 (in Japanese or English)
※ List publications from oldest to newest (List authored works, translations, and academic papers separately)
3)
Your principles and aims for English education (two A4 pages or less in Japanese or English)
4)
Subjects you want to handle (multiple subjects possible) (one A4 page)
Materials (1) and (2) must be submitted in the university’s official document format.
The format can be obtained from the university website(http://www.nvlu.ac.jp/) or the Japan Science and Technology Agency (http://jrecin.jst.go.jp/). It is also available upon request, using the contact information below.
As a general rule, application materials will not be returned.
After the hiring process is complete, the university will take responsibility for the disposal.
The personal information included in the application materials will be used for no other purpose than this hiring process.
Ⅴ Application deadline : Materials must be submitted by Monday, January 4, 2021.
Ⅵ Hiring process: Document examination and interview :
1)
Document examination
2)
(Webcam or face-to-face ) Interview(includes mock class or presentation)
Travel costs for the interview should be paid by the applicant.
Ⅶ Contact information for document submission and inquiries : Takeharu KANEDA
Chair, English part-time position search committee
Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University
1-7-1 Kyounancho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-8602
TEL: 0422-31-4151 FAX: 0422-33-2094
E-mail:t-kaneda@nvlu.ac.jp
Please write in red on the envelope with the application materials enclosed, “Enclosed application materials for a part-time English instructor of [insert subject title] (multiple subjects possible)” and send via simple registered mail.