www.debito.org/blacklist.html

BLACKLIST OF JAPANESE UNIVERSITIES—RITSUMEIKAN UNIVERSITY (Private)

RITSUMEIKAN JOB ADVERTISEMENTS 2002-2005

SAMPLE 2005Å@JOB ANNOUNCEMENT (many more similar positions being offered), starting with comment from Ritsumeikan General Union Branch Chair

 

Hey Debito.Å@ FYI the jokin position at Rits is being abolished,

to be replaced by mostly shokutaku positions (one year

contracts renewable 5 times, crap salary and

conditions) and a scattering of ninkisei positions

(seeÅ@ http://jrecin.jst.go.jp/index.html - jokin

salary, 5 year non-tenure track position, subtext of

other conditions is that applicant be of the "visiting

foreign lecturer" type, preferring under 35 with PhD,

or specialists in certain fields). - Our about-to-be

terminated jokin members' jobs were all advertised as

shokutaku (see jrec website). More information on our

battle is on the GU website, where our Rits GU Branch

newsletter is posted Å@http://www.generalunion.org/ Å@(see

Branches).

Å@--Ritsumeikan General Union

COURTESY http://jrecin.jst.go.jp/index.htmlÅ@

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Ritsumeikan University

College of Economics

 

Ninkisei (Fixed Term) Faculty Position Available

 

Applications are being accepted for ONE five-year appointment as Professor or Assistant Professor in the College of Economics, beginning April 1. Details are given below.

 

1.      Offered position:Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@ Professor/Assistant Professor (fixed term) in the College of

Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@ Economics teaching English language classes

2.      Positions available:Å@Å@Å@Å@ 1

3.      Field of study:Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@Å@ TESL/TEFL, Applied Linguistics (including Material Development, Curriculum Design)

4.      Responsibilities:

Ö@ Teaching English language courses, Coordinating English programs

ÖA    Curriculum reform for a new division (International Economics)

 

5.      Qualifications: In addition to qualifications below, it is preferable that applicants are able to serve on various administrative and academic committees regarding English education and also have an adequate command of Japanese to work with faculty colleagues and office staff.

Ö@   Applicants should have a master degree or above.

ÖA   Applicants should have more than three-year experience of teaching ESL/EFL at university/college levels.

ÖB   Applicants should be native speakers of English or have native fluency of the language.

 

6.     Salary and Benefits: Individual contracts will be based on relevant regulations of Ritsumeikan University

 

7.      Period of Employment:Å@Å@ April 1, 2006 - March 31, 2011 (for 5 years)

8.      Start Date of Employment: April 1, 2006

9.      Documents required for application (Please write either in English or Japanese.)

(1)        Curriculum vitae (including teaching experience) *Please fill out applicable section of Form 1.

(2)        List of research achievements *Please fill out applicable section of Form 2.

(3)        Copies of three major publications including books, monographs and/or articles (Four copies each)

(4)        Degree certificate of last attended institution (Photocopies are acceptable.)

(5)        An essay on your goals in teaching, to be approximately 500 words in English *Please fill out applicable section of Form 3.

(6)        Letters of Recommendation (optional)

(7)        Two self-addressed envelopes: One envelope will be used to inform you of the receipt of your documents. If you do not receive this information within 1 week after sending your documents, please contact the office below. The second envelope will be used to inform you of our decision for your employment.

* Forms 1, 2 & 3 can be downloaded from the following web page:

http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/eng/Å@

 

Applicants need not submit forms from physical examinations, but will be required to undergo a checkup at our university health services center before employment is official.

 

10. Application Deadline: Applications must be received by October 15th, 2005.

11. Application Address:

Kyouin Ninyou Jinji Gakari

College of Economics, Ritsumeikan University

1-1-1, Nojihigashi, Kusatsu, Shiga, 525-8577 Japan

 

Note ÅEOn mailing the application documents, write ÅgEncl. application for EnglishÅh in red ink on the envelope.

Å@Å@Å@Å@ ÅEPlease send application documents by registered mail.

12. Selection Process: After a documentary examination, we ask you to attend an interview at which time you should bring the original version of your degree certificate.

 

13. For further information:

Å@Ms. Tamai

Office of Educational Affairs, College of Economics, Ritsumeikan University

Å@TEL +81-77-561-3940Å@Å@Å@Å@ E-mail tamai@st.ritsumei.ac.jp

 

 

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Courtesy Ritsumeikan University's Job Information Site
at http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/mng/gl/koho/headline/info/saiyou/index-j.htm
Downloaded July 5, 2002.
This document specifically found in downloadable Microsoft Word document form
at http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/mng/gl/koho/headline/info/saiyou/gaikokugo/eigojokinboshu1.doc
Japanese original, also included below, from
http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/mng/gl/koho/headline/info/saiyou/gaikokugo/eigojokinboshu2.doc

Positions Available
Native-Speaker �okin� Full-Time English Language Instructors*
Ritsumeikan University

*Native-Speaker ÒJokin� Full-Time English Language Instructors (JFELI) are recruited for the purpose of developing and improving English Language education at Ritsumeikan University.
*JFELI are hired on contracts for one-year terms renewable up to two times.
.
1. Responsibilities
(1) Each JFELI will teach an average of ten credit-hours per week (one credit-hour is 90 minutes).
(2) Development of teaching materials, assisting with affairs related to the entrance examination, coordination of ÒShokutaku� Full-Time English Language Instructors as well as part-time English Instructors, etc.
(3) Intensive classes during summer and spring vacations in lieu of regular classes and also classes at Center for Language Acquisition (CLA) for extra pay.
(4) Teachers may also be asked to perform various other education-related duties.

2.Qualifications for Employment - The candidate must exhibit sufficient ability and enthusiasm for carrying out his/her duties according to the following criteria:
(1) The JFELI must be a native speaker of English and must be competent to teach English as a foreign language; The JFELI must have a master's degree (or equivalent academic background) at the time of application, with a research field in an area such as the following : Applied Linguistics (methodology of Teaching English, including CALL and other educational technologies, Testing, TESOL/TEFL), Sociolinguistics, Linguistics, Intercultural Communication, Japanese Studies , Culture and Literature of English Speaking World , Social Sciences, etc.
(2) The JFELI must have some experience of teaching English at university. It is preferable that the JFELI have an experience of teaching TOEFL/TOEIC preparation courses and CALL material development (including computer programming).
(3) It is preferred that the JFELI have obtained his/her qualifying degree within ten years of applying for the JFELI position;
(4) The JFELI must have a level of Japanese language proficiency which allows him/her to communicate effectively in classes in Japanese if necessary and to handle daily administrative affairs.

Please note that teachers working as Jokinkoshi for Ritsumeikan University, APU, Ritsumeikan High School and Junior High School during the present academic year are not eligible to apply for the position of JFELI.

3. Number of openings for the JFELI position and period of employment
(1) Positions available: 3
(2) Term of Employment: April 1,2003 to March 31, 2006
(annual renewal of the contract could be made up to two times)

4.Place of Work
JFELI will not normally be asked to teach at both campuses. However, they may be offered additional classes during the summer and spring at either of the two campuses.

5. Conditions of Employment
Annual Salary:\6,134,400 (taxable)
*Extra allowance shall be paid for teaching classes at CLA.
Medical Insurance - JFELI s are required to join the Mutual Aid Association of Private School Personnel (Shigaku Kyosai) for the duration of their employment at Ritsumeikan University. Ritsumeikan University and the JFELI shall pay a prorated cost according to the Japanese law. Please be advised that all JFELIs are required to join the Shigaku Kyosai pension scheme as well, and that fees for both pension and health insurance will be deducted from salary each month. Commuting Allowance and other benefits will be provided according to the rules of Ritsumeikan University.
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6. Application - The following materials are required to apply for the position of SFELI at Ritsumeikan University:
(1) Completed application form (print legibly on either the English or Japanese version of the form provided. It would save us a lot of trouble if your address and names of institutions were written in Chinese characters.)
(2) Copy of most recent academic degree earned
(3) If relevant, list of academic works (graduate thesis, research papers, etc.) with an abstract of each (approximately 500 words each) .
(4) Please include a stamped (\90) self-addressed, 12†B~23†B envelope with your application.
(5) If you have a copy of your English classes available on video (VHS) , please forward it to us.
(6) The materials you will send will not be returned to you.

Please let us know your e-mail address and telephone number in case we need to arrange an interview during the vacation.
Please be informed that although a health certificate is not required at the time of application, it will be required prior to actual employment at Ritsumeikan.

7. Application Deadline - Only applications received no later than August 31, 2002 will be accepted. Application should be sent by registered express mail. Applicants will be notified of the selection process results in November, 2002.

8. Application Address - Send applications by registered mail and indicate on the envelope: Application for Full-time English Language Instructors

Office of Academic Affairs (Gakuji-ka)
Ritsumeikan University
Tojiin, Kita-machi 56-1, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8577
Japan
Tel: 81-75-465-8161 Fax: 81-75-465-8155
e-mail: gakujika@st.ritsumei.ac.jp

Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (Monday - Friday)


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RITSUMEIKAN JOB ADVERTISEMENT 2001
Courtesy NACSIS, at http://cis.nii.ac.jp/local/docs/10951-e.html
Japanese original, found at http://cis.nii.ac.jp/local/docs/10951.html, below English advertisement

Ritsumeikan. [English Language]

Position: Lecturer

Research Field: English Language

Deadline for Application: August 31, 2001

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Positions Available
Native-Speaker Full-Time English Language Instructors
Ritsumeikan University

Native-speaker Full-time English Language Instructors (FLI) are recruited for the purpose of developing and improving English language education at Ritsumeikan University, as well as promoting relations and mutual understanding between Japan and English-speaking nations.

1. Responsibilities
a. Primary Responsibilities - FLIs are responsible for conducting English-language
courses with focus upon the following areas:
i. Development of aural and oral skills;
ii. Development of conversational and written expression;
iii. Presentation and discussion of intercultural issues.
b. Secondary Responsibilities:
i. Development of teaching materials;
ii. Assisting with international activities at Ritsumeikan University;
iii. Assisting with students' extracurricular activities;
iv. Assisting with affairs related to the entrance examination;
v. Intensive classes during summer and spring vacations;
vi. Other education-related areas at Ritsumeikan, as determined by the
administration.
c. Classroom Instruction Hours - Each FLI will teach an average of ten credit-hours per week (one credit-hour is 90 minutes).

2. Qualifications for Employment - The FLI must exhibit sufficient ability and enthusiasm in
carrying out his/her duties according to the following criteria:
a. The FLI must be a native speaker of English and must be competent to teach English
as a foreign language;
b. The FLI must have a master's or doctoral degree (or equivalent academic background)
at the time of application, with a research field in an area such as the following:
TESOL/TEFL, Sociolinguistics, Applied Linguistics (including CALL and other
educational technologies), Testing, Intercultural Communication, or Japanese
Studies;
c. Experience with TEFL/TESL (including education in international understanding or
development education conducted in English), or CALL material development
(including computer programming) is preferred;
d. It is preferred that the FLI have obtained his/her qualifying degree within ten
years of applying for the FLI position;
e. It is preferred that the FLI be able to have a level of Japanese language
proficiency which allows him/her to communicate effectively in classes and to
handle daily administrative affairs.

3. Number of openings for the FLI position and Period of Employment
a. Positions available: 7
b. Term of Employment: April 1,2002 to March 31, 2005
(However, annual renewal of the contract is required by the Japanese Labor
Standard Law)


4. Conditions of Employment
a. Annual Salary: \6,134,400 (taxable)
The above amount shall be paid in the following manner:
Monthly salary: \340,800
Bonus: \2,044,800 (Equivalent to six months' salary);
to be disbursed in two installments (Three months'
equivalent in June and three months' equivalent in
December)
b. Research Facilities and Allowance - Each FLI will be provided with a research
allowance of \60,000 for each six-month period, totaling \120,000 for one year.
FLIs will have access to a common research room.
c. Traveling Allowance - For those living outside of Japan, Ritsumeikan University
will reimburse travel expenses for the FLI and his/her immediate family from their
home country to Kyoto, Japan, including economy class airline tickets to Kansai
International Airport. Reimbursement for travel expenses will be provided after
the FLI's arrival in Kyoto, Japan. Upon successful completion of the contract,
Ritsumeikan will also provide return travel expenses for the FLI and his/her
immediate family. In the case that the FLI is employed elsewhere in Japan
following the completion of his/her contract, return travel expenses will not be
provided.
d. Shipping Allowance - Ritsumeikan will provide an allowance up to a maximum of
\500,000 for shipping expenses of personal, household goods from abroad, and
\300,000 for moving expenses of personal, household goods from within Japan. In
the latter case, payment will be made only if the applicant who is living more
than 80 km from either JR Kyoto station or JR Minami-Kusatsu station moves to a
location less than 80 km from the above mentioned stations.
e. Accommodation Allowance - Ritsumeikan will provide \30,000 every month towards
accommodation expenses (or \15,000 per person if two or more FLIs share the same
residence.)
f. Housing Assistance - If necessary, Ritsumeikan will provide the FLI with an
introduction to a real estate agency. Also, Ritsumeikan will provide an initial
housing assistance payment of \400.000(taxable) only to those who need to move
and are eligible for payment under Article 4-d above and not to anyone already
living less than 80 km from either JR Kyoto station or JR Minami-Kusatsu station.
g. Commuting Allowance - Daily commuting expenses will be reimbursed by Ritsumeikan
in the same manner as reimbursement for regular employees of Ritsumeikan.
h. Medical Insurance - FLIs are required to join the Mutual Aid Association of Private
School Personnel for the duration of their employment at Ritsumeikan University.
Ritsumeikan University and the FLI shall pay a pro-rated cost as determined by
Ritsumeikan University. The Health Center at Ritsumeikan University is available
for general health consultation for FLIs.
i. Place of Work - Work responsibilities will primarily be undertaken at the campus
of the college to which the FLI is assigned. However, FLIs may also be required
to undertake responsibilities at the other campuses of Ritsumeikan University.
Ritsumeikan presently has two campuses, the Kinugasa campus located in Kyoto city,
and the Biwako-Kusatsu campus located in Kusatsu city, Shiga Prefecture.
j. Alien Registration and Visa Renewal - Alien registration and visa renewal
procedures will be explained upon arrival.

5. Application - The following materials are required to apply for the position of FLI at
Ritsumeikan University:
a. Completed application form (print legibly on either the English or Japanese version
of the form provided)
b. Copy of most recent academic degree earned
c. List of academic works (graduate thesis, research papers, etc.) with an abstract of
each (approximately 500 words each)


Please be informed that although a health certificate is not required at the time of
application, it will be required prior to actual employment at Ritsumeikan.

6. Application Deadline - Only applications received no later than August 31, 2001 will be
accepted. Applicants will be notified of the selection process results in November 2001.

7. Application Address - Send applications by registered mail and indicate on the envelope:
Application for Full-time English Language Instructors

Office of Academic Affairs (Gakuji-ka)
Ritsumeikan University
Tojiin, Kita-machi 56-1, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8577
Japan
Tel: 81-75-465-8161 Fax: 81-75-465-8155
Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (Monday - Friday)


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