[KS] Two Tenure-Track Positions at Hanyang University (Seoul)

John McGuire wiredsquiremcguire at hotmail.com
Sun Dec 9 02:48:44 EST 2007

Two Tenure-Track positions in the Division of International Studies at Hanyang University

Positions: 1. Political Science (International Organizations)
               2. Economics (Open)

Academic unit: Division of International Studies

Institution: Hanyang University

Location: Seoul, South Korea

Rank (for both positions): Open

Starting date (for both positions): March 1, 2008

Application period: December 3 - December 14, 2007

Description of positions:
The Division of International Studies (DIS) is a relatively new and expanding academic unit at Hanyang University, one of the top universities in Korea. The DIS offers a four-year undergraduate degree with two specific tracks: (1) International Law / Political Science; (2) International Business / Economics. English is the language of instruction for all courses in the DIS. The position in Political Science involves undergraduate teaching in the area of International Organizations as well as other courses in the field of Political Science. Applicants for this position should also be capable of organizing and running a Model United Nations for students. The position in Economics involves teaching a variety of undergraduate courses in the area of Economics.
Responsibilities for both positions include teaching, advising, curriculum development, and other standard non-teaching duties. Decisions of promotion and tenure are based on Hanyang University’s personnel

Salary and benefits:
Rank(Full-time Lecturer, Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor) is dependent upon qualifications and experience. The annual salary, which is determined by rank, ranges from approximately 60,000 USD to approximately 100,000 USD. Foreign nationals will also be provided with a residence for the first three years of the position.

Minimum qualifications:
* Ph.D. in relevant disciple (i.e. Political Science, Economics, or related field)
* Teaching experience at the undergraduate level
* Demonstrated potential for publications in academic journals
* Excellent communication, interpersonal, and cross-cultural skills

Application information:
Applications are accepted until 17:00, December 14th, 2007. To apply, send a letter of application, together with a CV and supporting documents via e-mail.

Email address: Dr. John McGuire (squiremcguire at gmail.com).

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