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LINGUIST List 21.238

Thu Jan 14 2010

Jobs: Spanish; Bilingual/Multicult Ed: Asst/Assoc Prof: Hunter College

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        1.    Lauren Gregory, Spanish; Bilingual/Multicultural Education; Childhood/Early Elementary Education: Assistant/Associate Professor, Hunter College - CUNY, NY, USA

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Date: 14-Jan-2010
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Subject: Spanish; Bilingual/Multicultural Education; Childhood/Early Elementary Education: Assistant/Associate Professor, Hunter College - CUNY, NY, USA
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University or Organization: Hunter College - CUNY
Department: Department of Curriculum & Teaching
Job Location: New York, USA
Web Address: http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/
Job Rank: Asst/Assoc Professor

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics; Bilingual/Multicultural Education; Childhood/Early Elementary Education

Required Language(s): Spanish (spa)


Job Title: Assistant or Associate Professor - Curriculum & Teaching
(Bilingual Education/Childhood)
Job ID: 2247
Location: Hunter College
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
FLSA Exempt

The School of Education of Hunter College - CUNY invites applications in
the field of Bilingual/ Multicultural Education at the Early
Childhood/Early Elementary level, effective September 1, 2010. Appointment
to this position is anticipated on a tenure-track Assistant or Associate
Professor basis; depending upon individual qualifications of the successful
candidate. In screening applicants, we will be looking for evidence of
scholarly promise or accomplishment; commitment to a strong, productive,
research program; appropriate experience and commitment to excellence in
teaching. We invite applications from beginning to mid-career scholars. Our
School and University are especially interested in applications from
individuals who are members of groups that have been and still are
underrepresented in university faculty positions.

Duties: Coordinate the bilingual programs; teach graduate courses in the
School of Education for prospective and in-service professionals in
pre-kindergarten through sixth grade; and advise students. Duties may also
involve supervising students in the field; developing and maintaining
relationships with urban schools and institutions; engaging in research and
scholarly writing on topics concerning bilingual education and early
childhood/early elementary education; serving on department, school,
college, and university committees; and demonstrating professional
involvement in the field.

Earned doctorate in bilingual/multilingual education or related field with
a specialization in early childhood/early elementary education required.
Candidates must possess strong academic proficiency in Spanish; a research
agenda related to at least one of the following: second language
acquisition/psycholinguistics, bilingual/multicultural education, classroom
language teaching, emerging bilinguals, or language teacher education;
extensive knowledge of theories and practice of bilingual education,
including linguistics; experience teaching in early childhood or early
elementary urban, culturally diverse public schools; university-level
teaching and supervisory experience in early childhood and elementary
bilingual settings; knowledge and expertise in evidence-based instruction;
knowledge of, experience with, and commitment to working in multicultural
and urban educational settings; capacity to teach and advise students in
Spanish; and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues.
Certification as an early childhood or elementary school teacher; skills in
using technology as a tool in education.

Salary and rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Assistant Professor: $42,873 - $74,133
Associate Professor: $55,602 - $88,418

Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three current letters of
reference to the application address below OR to the application e-mail
address below with 'Bilingual Education Search' in the subject line.

Open until filled with review of applications to begin on January 20, 2009.

The City University of New York is an Equal Opportunity Employer which
complies with all applicable laws and regulations, and encourages inclusive
excellence in its employment practices.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Bilingual Education Search
Department of Curriculum & Teaching, Room 1023W
Hunter College
695 Park Avenue
New York, US 10065
Email Address for Applications: soejobshunter.cuny.edu
Contact Information:
Bilingual Education Search
Email: soejobshunter.cuny.edu

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