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LINGUIST List 18.1896

Fri Jun 22 2007

Jobs: English, Applied Linguistics & ESL: Teacher, Indiana University

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        1.    Karla Reynolds, English, Applied Linguistics & ESL: Teacher, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA


Message 1: English, Applied Linguistics & ESL: Teacher, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA
Date: 22-Jun-2007
From: Karla Reynolds <kjbastinindiana.edu>
Subject: English, Applied Linguistics & ESL: Teacher, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA


University or Organization: Indiana University
Department: Intensive English Program
Job Rank: Teacher

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; ESL

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

The Intensive English Program, Department of Second Language Studies, Indiana
University, Bloomington, anticipates two openings for full-time experienced ESL
instructors beginning Fall 2007. The IEP teaches adult learners from beginning
to advanced levels of proficiency.

Duties:
Teach full-time in the Intensive English Program. This is a 12 month
appointment; instructors teach four courses per 7-week session, six sessions per
year, and must be available for approximately 8 weeks per session. Courses will
be assigned by program directors. Instructors assist with all program-related
duties, which include proctoring, grading, and evaluating program-wide tests;
registration and counseling of students; chaperoning of field trips; and
record-keeping (attendance, grades, miscellaneous evaluations of students);
mentoring of associate instructors, interns, and new instructors. Participation
in professional activities expected.

Qualifications:
Master's Degree in TESOL or equivalent; minimum of five years experience
teaching adult learners of English as a second language; previous experience
with an intensive ESL program; and experience in committee work and/or program
administration for an intensive English program. Experience teaching EFL abroad
desirable.

Please send cover letter, CV, names of three references, and an abbreviated
teaching portfolio (no more than three examples of original materials,
assignments, pedagogical activities, workshops, or conference presentations) to
Marlin Howard, Director, Intensive English Program electronically, or by mail to
the address given below. Screening will begin July 20, 2007.

Indiana University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Indiana
University encourages applications from women and minorities.


Application Deadline: (Open until filled)

Mailing Address for Applications:
Mr. Marlin Howard
Indiana University
Intensive English Program
313 Memorial Hall, 1021 E. Third Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
USA

Email Address for Applications: howardmindiana.edu

Contact Information:
Marlin Howard
Email: howardmindiana.edu


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