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The U. S. Coast Guard Academy invites applications for a full time,
tenure-track faculty position: Director of Writing & Reading Center within
the Academic Resources Program.  Initial appointment will begin 1 August
2003.  Primary responsibilities include Directing the Writing Center and the
Reading Program, teaching one section of English in the English section of
the Department of Humanities each semester, and counseling cadets in writing
and reading skills in one-on-one conferences.  Required for application is a
Ph.D. in English, Reading, Writing Center Administration, College Student
Development, or Education with expertise in Writing Center and Reading
program directorship, composition pedagogy, and college student development.
Candidates should have experience with college-level teaching, writing
centers, and reading at the post-secondary level; candidates should also
have a promise of academic growth.  Experience in teaching developmental
English or technical writing and familiarity with the theory and research of
current reading methods and reading assessment techniques, and experience in
administration of learning centers or writing centers preferred.  Salary and
academic rank commensurate with qualifications.  Some citizenship
restrictions may apply.

Please submit curriculum vitae, standard employment application materials
and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to:

U.      S. Coast Guard Academy
Attention Dr. Gwendolyn Stevens (dar)
Waesche Hall
15 Mohegan Ave.
New London, CT  06320-4195

Applications must be postmarked by 1 December 2002.  Faxed applications are
also acceptable, Fax number 860-444-8516.  E-mail applications will not be
accepted.

The U. S. Coast Guard Academy is a highly selective federal military
college, providing a rigorous undergraduate program along with the
professional education and training required to prepare young men and women
for careers as commissioned officers in the U. S. Coast Guard.  A full-time
faculty of just over 100 offers eight academic majors: civil, electrical,
mechanical engineering, naval architecture/marine engineering, marine and
environmental sciences, operations research, government, and management.
The attractive riverside campus is home to a nationally representative
student body of 850, nearly 30% of whom are women.

The Coast Guard Academy is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
Employer.  For additional general information on civilian faculty positions
and Civil Service opportunities at the U. S. Coast Guard Academy, contact Ms
Hafey in Civilian Personnel Office at (860) 444-8202.

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