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Wed Mar 27 2002

Jobs: ESL: Division Director, Charlotte NC USA

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Message 1: Jobs: ESL: Division Director, in Charlotte, NC USA

Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2002 15:41:39 -0500
From: Karen Stanley <kstanleycharlotte.infi.net>
Subject: Jobs: ESL: Division Director, in Charlotte, NC USA

from: 
http://inside.cpcc.cc.nc.us/ccnews/default.asp#Job%20openings

Central Piedmont Community College
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

Division Director position available in English As a Second Language
Division. Qualifications include a master's degree in English as a
second language or master's degree plus 18 graduate hours in one of
the disciplines supervised. Plans, organizes, and directs the
instructional and administrative activities of the English as a Second
Language Division, including both credit and noncredit
courses. Provides divisional leadership that ensures quality
instructional process. Provides highly responsible support to the
Associate Dean for International Programs and Services and to the Dean
of South Campus/Business, International and General
Studies. Coordinates assigned activities with other College divisions
and offices. Teaches a minimum of six load units per year. Experience
in managing budgets, personnel, and instructional programs is
preferred.

Deadline: Until filled, position # 3ACAENG-FEF-1 

Application instructions (attention: website address may wrap):
http://www.cpcc.edu/Human_Resources/Employment_Opportunities/Faculty/default.htm

The Human Resources Department is open every weekday from 7:30 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. The office is located at 1308 East Fourth Street, Colony
Court, Charlotte, NC. Individuals seeking employment may visit in
person, call the job hotline at (704) 330-6400. Applications may be
obtained from the website, in person, or by calling (704) 330-6631.
email: <steve_mcclurecpcc.edu>
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