LINGUIST List 10.195

Mon Feb 8 1999

Jobs: ESL Coordinator, Instructional Tech

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  1. Laura LaFlair, ESL Coordinator at Northern Virginia CC
  2. Chad Green, Instructional Technology Specialist; Senior Lecturer at Penn State

Message 1: ESL Coordinator at Northern Virginia CC

Date: Fri, 05 Feb 1999 21:00:44 -0400
From: Laura LaFlair <>
Subject: ESL Coordinator at Northern Virginia CC

The following is a position available at the Annandale Campus of
Northern Virginia Community College, located in metropolitan Washington,
D.C. I've included the description from the official posting and the
website and phone numbers for HR. Please note the closing date for the

This program has about 500 students. Please don't contact me about the
position. I know nothing nor am I involved in the hiring process. I
work in another English program at NVCC. I am simply listing this. 

Good Luck!

Laura La Flair

Cordinator, ESL Program, Continuing Education (Position FA268) (This
number MUST be included with your resume.) Salary $46,560-$63,279 +
benefits. Effective March 10, 1999. 12 month, full time administrative
faculty position. Primarily supervises and manages the Community
Education ESL Program, including supervision of administrative and
office support staff, resource development, curriculum and new course
development, marketing the program, and advising students concerning
issues related to the ESL program and the college. Represents the
Program within the college and community. Requires: Master's degree
with 18 graduate credits in TESOL or linguistics. Desired: Specialist
degree (24 gsh beyond the Master's); 10 years of teaching experience in
ESL in a higher education setting; two years of experience in
administering an ESL program in a higher education setting; good
knowledge of federal regulations related to visas of students who wish
to study or who are studying in the United States. Applications or
resumes must be received in Human Resources by 5:00 p.m., Friday,
February 12, 1999. 

Human Resources Office
Northern Virginia Community College
Room 205
Brault Building
4001 Wakefield Chapel Road
Annandale, Virginia 22003-3796

NVCC 24 Hour Job Hotline 703.323.3444
FAX 703.323.3155
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Message 2: Instructional Technology Specialist; Senior Lecturer at Penn State

Date: Thu, 4 Feb 1999 17:31:56 -1000
From: Chad Green <>
Subject: Instructional Technology Specialist; Senior Lecturer at Penn State

PENN STATE. Languages and Literatures

Associate Director for Instructional Technology, Language Acquisition
Center, The Pennsylvania State University. 4-year full-time, fixed-term
appointment as Senior Lecturer, with benefits, starting August 1999.
Possibility of renewal.

Responsibilities include: work with academic departments to implement
technology in language teaching, for both resident instruction and
distance learning; write grant proposals for the development and
assessment of technology in language teaching and in second language
acquisition research; teach a course, offered in one or more of the
language departments, on technology in language instruction, and
conduct workshops on that topic.

Requirements: Ph.D. in applied linguistics or related field; knowledge
of the role of technology in language learning and teaching, language
teaching methodologies, and second language acquisition research; high
level of communicative ability in written and spoken English and at
least one other language; foreign/second language teaching experience;
ability to work collaboratively with colleagues of diverse
backgrounds, interests, and levels of technology expertise.

The Associate Director for Instructional Technology reports to the
Director of the Center.

Salary competitive.

Send letter of application, CV, and three letters of recommendation

Chair of Associate Director Search
School of Languages and Literatures
311 Burrowes Building, Box A,
Penn State,
University Park, PA 16802

Applications received by March 15, 1999, will be ensured full
consideration; however, all applications will be considered until
position is filled. Penn State is committed to affirmative action,
equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce.
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