|Department of Aesthetic and Communication Applications are invited for the post of native-speaker-of-Italian lecturer (“foreign lecturer”). The position is tenable from 1 January 2012 or soon after.
Applicants must be native speakers of Italian, and must hold an academic degree in Italian or a related field at Master’s Degree level or higher. Specific expertise in the teaching of Italian as L2 is also a requirement.Expertise in other fields relevant to the Department of Italian, such as: Grammar, Phonetics, Business Communication, Italian Society and Culture, Media or Danish-Italian translation would be an advantage.Ability to speak Danish is not a requirement for this post, but applicants are expected to become able to communicate in Danish within two years.
Courses at Aarhus University are supported by IT-tools. The candidate is therefore expected to be proficient with computer-based tools for writing and communication.This is a teaching post (maximum twelve hours per week during two 12-week semesters, plus related examining and supervision work) with very little administrative responsibilities. Research work is not a requirement of the post, but there will be time for the lecturer to pursue his or her own research and to participate in the research cooperation of the Department.
Teaching will be at both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree levels. Courses to be taught will include
and may also include Business Communication in Italian.
The appointment is for three years in the first instance and is renewable by mutual agreement for a total of up to six years.
Applicants are urged to consult the Department’s web site for further information about the working environment at http://italiensk.au.dk/.
The salary will be approximately DKK 28.000 per month. No pension rights are attached to this position.
Interviews will be conducted via computer with up to four applicants.
Further information about the position may be obtained from Associate Professor Leonardo Cecchini, Department of Aesthetics and Communication, University of Aarhus, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark. Tel.: +45 8942 6416; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Fai domanda qui.