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Positions as a Test Analyst for the LSAC (Pennsylvania); background in formal or informal logic desirable [Deadline: Jan 15, 2005]

   for the LSAC (USA)

The LAW SCHOOL ADMISSION COUNCIL (LSAC) is an educational service
organization that develops and administers the Law School Admission Test

The successful applicant will be responsible for writing, reviewing, and
revising reading comprehension and informal and deductive reasoning
questions for the LSAT. In developing such questions, Test Specialists
must consider both quality and sensitivity to the diversity of the
LSAT-taking population. Other duties may include participating in the
review and development of informational and test preparation materials as
well as participating in research related to the LSAT.

(*) Educational qualifications include an MA or PhD in English,
Literature, Classics, Philosophy, Linguistics, or some related discipline
requiring strong reading, reasoning, and analytical skills;  candidates
with a PhD are preferred.

(*) A broad background in liberal arts, training in formal and/or informal
logic, and experience in college teaching are desirable.

(*) Precise and fluent use of Standard Written English, demonstrated
organizational skills, the ability to work independently, the ability to
work collaboratively, and the ability to meet deadlines are necessary.

(*) Salary and benefits are highly competitive.

(*) We are seeking candidates who are available as soon as possible.

(*) Only applications postmarked by January 15, 2005 will be accepted.

(*) Interested candidates should mail or fax a letter of application, a
CV, and a list of references to: C. Rommel, HR Section Law School
Admission Council P.O. Box 40, Job Code TS Newtown, PA 18940, Fax:
215-968-1159 E-mail: employment@lsac.org