8.0125 Job: CAI in British Columbia (1/42)

Mon, 1 Aug 1994 06:58:35 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 8, No. 0125. Monday, 1 Aug 1994.

Date: 29 Jul 1994 11:11:00 -0400
From: "Peter Patrikis" <Peter_Patrikis@QuickMail.Yale.edu>
Subject: None


The University of British Columbia
Languages - Computer-Assisted Instruction

The University of British Columbia invites applications for the position of
Computer Assisted Language Lab Developer in the Faculty of Arts. The
position is within the Management and Professional staff group and offers of
recruiting salary of $38, 784 - $48,600 per annum.

We are seeking a person to provide leadership and expertise to the language
departments in the Faculty of Arts, both of a pedagogical and technological

The successful applicant for this new position will consult with the language
departments (including Asian, modern European, classical languages) as to
their current and future needs for the development of computer assisted
instruction, and work closely with them through all phases of the development
process, i.e. definition of needs, exploration of methods, development and
design of software, de-bugging and testing, and instruction in its use.
He/she will design and develop new software where needed; advise on the most
appropriate hardware to be used; explore, assess and keep up to date on all
available teaching methods and software - liaising with other universities
and educational institutions. The incumbent will be expected to provide
direction and exercise considerable judgment and will be responsible for the
supervision, training and performance of staff assigned to the area.

University graduation at the Master's level in a language or in educational
technology, with at least 4 - 6 years of directly related experience or
equivalent combination of education, training, and expertise.

Applications must be received by 31 July 1994 and should be accompanied by a
resume and the names of three referees. Please address to: Dr. R.V.
Kubicek, Associate Dean, Faculty of Arts, The University of British Columbia,
1866 Main Mall, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z1. FAX (604) 822-6096.

The University of British Columbia welcomes all qualified applicants,
especially women, aboriginal people, visible minorities, and persons with
disabilities. In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this
advertisement is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of