University of Reading, UK
University of Jordan, Jordan
Yarmouk University, Jordan
Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Reading, Writing, Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics, Language Acquisition and Translation
. Associate Professor of English/College of Science and General Studies/ Alfaisal University/ 2011 till present
• Associate Professor of English/ Department of languages and Translation/ College of Languages and Translation. King Saud University. Oct, 2009- August 25, 2011.
• Associate Professor of English/ Department of English Language and Literature/Hashemite University/ Jordan since July 6, 2009.
• Assistant Professor of English/ Department of English Language and Literature/Hashemite University, May, 20, 2002- July 5, 2009.
• Research Assistant, Hashemite University: English Department, 1998-1999. . .
• Lecturer, Applied Science University: English Department, Amman1992-1998
• Editor of Ma'ab bulletin, the Royal Assembly for Islamic Civilization Research., 1993-1994.
• Lecturer, Intermediate University College, Amman 1985- 1989
• Translator, Private sector, Saudi Arabia. 1991-1992
• Translator, Jordan Armed Forces: Directorate of Military Training, 1990-1991
• Translator, Arab- European Social and Political Research Group, 1989-1990
• Reading, Composition, Technical Writing, Listening Comprehension, Research Methods, Linguistics, Phonetics and Phonology, Syntax, in addition to a number of translation courses in the fields of Law, Sociology, Agriculture, Petroleum, Engineering, Computer, Translation Projects, and Simultaneous Translation.
• Director of Language Center, Hashemite University 2005- 2008
• Head of English Department, Hashemite University 2003-2006
• Director of a Program for Literature and Cultural Studies, Hashemite University 2003-2006
• Secretary and Publicity Officer for the Association of Professors of English Language, Literature and Translation at Arab Universities (APETAU) 2003-2006.
• Tamimi, Y. (1989). Arabic-English Voice Dysfunction in Laryngeal Pathology: An –Electro - laryngographic Study. English Department, The University of Jordan
• Tamimi, Y. (2002) 'h'- Variation and Phonological Theory: Evidence from Two Accents of English. School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies (SLALS) University of Reading, UK.