LINGUIST List 13.2907

Sun Nov 10 2002

Jobs: Foreign Lang/ESOL: AssocProf, Tampa Florida USA

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  1. mjohnson, Jobs: Foreign Language / Esol: AssocProf, U of South Florida, FL, USA

Message 1: Jobs: Foreign Language / Esol: AssocProf, U of South Florida, FL, USA

Date: Fri, 08 Nov 2002 13:19:47 +0000
From: mjohnson <>
Subject: Jobs: Foreign Language / Esol: AssocProf, U of South Florida, FL, USA

University or Organization: University of South Florida
Department: Secondary Education
Rank of Job: Associate Professor
Specialty Areas: ESOL



University of South Florida - Tampa, Florida

The Secondary Education Department at the University of South Florida
is seeking an ESOL / foreign language educator for appointment to a
tenure track position effective August 7, 2003.

Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor.

Responsibilities: Teach ESOL methods courses for elementary and
secondary preservice teachers; teach advanced graduate level courses
in the field of second language acquisition, ESOL, and CALL;
coordinate ESOL programs; supervise interns; engage in research,
publication and the professional affairs of organizations appropriate
to the discipline; advise students; actively participate in the life
of the Ph.D. program in Second Language Acquisition and Instructional
Technology; engage in collaborative relations with schools and
districts; participate in program management and governance in the
department, college and university.


Required-- Doctorate in TESOL, foreign language education, second
language acquisition, or closely related field; excellent
communication skills in English; proficiency in at least one foreign;
successful teaching experience in K-12; demonstrated expertise with
contemporary instructional technologies and CALL; research activity
which indicates a history of continuing systematic inquiry and
scholarship; successful college level teaching experience; involvement
in the affairs of appropriate professional organizations.

Preferred-- Special consideration will be given to candidates who have
prior university experience at the assistant professor rank, who have
experience in coordinating ESOL programs, are familiar with ESOL
infusion, and are proficient in Spanish. Candidates should be
qualified to prepare preservice teachers for
multicultural/multilingual classrooms including the needs of ELL
students, who have experience with distance learning, who are
interested in interdisciplinary teaching innovations with other
subject areas and who show evidence of collaborative abilities.
Salary: Negotiable, with summer appointment possible. Salary
competitive depending upon training and experience
To Apply: Applications must be received by January 6, 2003. Complete
application requires a portfolio, including but not limited to, a
letter of application (addressing search criteria listed above as well
as a statement indicating prior experiences, personal attributes,
skills or other relevant information that qualifies the applicant for
the position), vita, three letters of recommendation with referees'
contact details, and a copy of university transcripts. In addition,
upon notification, each semifinalists will be requested to send in a
videotape of their own teaching and a sample of their scholarly work.
Submit to:

Dr. Tony Erben, Chair
C/O Mona Johnson
Foreign Language Education Search Committee
University of South Florida, EDU162
4202 E. Fowler Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33620-5650

Florida Law requires that applications and meetings regarding this
position be open to the public. NCATE accredited, the University of
South Florida is an EEO/Affirmative Action employer. Women and
minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dr. Tony Erben
	University of South Florida, Secondary Education - EDU162
	4202 East Fowler Avenue
	Tampa, FL 33620
	United States of America 
	Applications are due by 06-Jan-2003

Contact Information:
	Ms Mona Johnson.
	Tel: (813) 974-6880
	Fax: (813) 974-3837

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