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Fri Apr 24 2009
Jobs: Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, Columbia University
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Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, Columbia University, NY, USA
Message 1: Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, Columbia University, NY, USA
From: Carolin Fuchs <cf2307columbia.edu>
Subject: Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, Columbia University, NY, USA
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University or Organization: Teachers College, Columbia University
Job Location: New York, USA
Job Rank: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; L2 Assessment, SLA, pedagogical English grammar
One-Year Replacement Position Opening for Fall 2009 (Funds Pending)
Lecturer of Language and Education
Position: The TESOL and Applied Linguistics Programs at Teachers College,
Columbia University, are seeking a lecturer with demonstrated teaching
experience and research interests in L2 assessment. This is a one-year
Responsibilities: Candidates will need to teach graduate courses in L2
assessment. Candidates should also have the ability to teach courses in one
or more other areas: SLA, pedagogical English grammar or L2 pedagogy. The
teaching load is five courses per academic year. Candidates might also be
asked to teach one course during a summer session for extra pay. Candidates
will need to advise M.A. students, serve on dissertation committees,
participate in routine program administrative activities and maintain an
active research and professional profile in TESOL and/or Applied Linguistics.
Qualifications: Earned doctorate in TESOL or AL, evidence of scholarship
potential in language assessment. Scholarship potential in other areas of
TESOL or AL is also desired. Candidate must have a record of successful ESL
and/or EFL teaching experience, a demonstrated record of graduate level
teaching, evidence of service to the field of TESOL or AL, the ability to
perform administrative duties, and the ability to work collaboratively.
To apply: E-mail a cover letter by May 8, 2009, detailing how you meet the
qualifications for the position, along with a CV to Ms. Becca Meyers (see
application email below). Make sure your subject line reads "TESOL/AL
Lecturer Position NY09" and your attachments are in separate MS Word
documents with your name on them. Have three letters of reference e-mailed
by the referees to Ms. Meyer. Put "TESOL/AL Lecturer Position NY09" placed
in the subject line. Address the letter to Professor James E. Purpura (see
mailing address below).
Review of applications will begin on May 10, 2009 and will continue until
the search is completed.
Teachers College as an institution has long been committed to a policy of
equal opportunity in employment. In offering higher education in the
discipline areas of TESOL and Applied Linguistics, the College is committed
to providing expanding employment opportunities to minorities, women and
the disabled in its own activities and in society.
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor James E. Purpura
TESOL/AL Search Committee Chair
TESOL Program, Box 66, Department of Arts and Humanities
Teachers College, Columbia University, 525 West 120th Street
New York, US 10027-6061
Email Address for Applications: rim2105columbia.edu
Ms. Rebecca Meyer
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