The Australian National University is advertising for a lecturer to lead Burmese language teaching at the University in 2016.
This position is part of the University’s long-standing commitment to teaching students about Myanmar, and builds on past investments such as the Myanmar/Burma Update conference series, the new ANU Myanmar Research Centre, and a growing number of in-country study courses.
The new lecturer will be based in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific and will teach courses across multiple teaching modes at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Key selection criteria include a PhD in Burmese studies (across a wide range of fields), experience working in online language delivery or a willingness to do so, and fluency in both Burmese and English.
The position is fixed-term with applications closing 10 January 2016.
For more details and to apply see the ANU jobs website.