LINGUIST List 23.4276|
Fri Oct 12 2012
Jobs: Spanish & Latin Subgroup; Applied Ling: Lecturer, Columbia University
Editor for this issue: Amy Brunett
From: Jonathan Wolfe <jw2908columbia.edu>
Subject: Spanish & Latin Subgroup; Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, Columbia University, New York, USA
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University or Organization: Columbia University
Department: Latin American and Iberian Cultures
Job Location: New York, USA
Web Address: https://academicjobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=56753
Job Rank: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics
Required Language(s): Spanish (spa)
The Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures at Columbia
University invites applications for the position of Lecturer in Discipline
(Spanish). This is a full-time appointment with multi-year renewal
contingent on successful review, to begin in July 2013.
M.A. degree or extensive training in applied linguistics or foreign
language pedagogy required; Ph.D. preferred. Native or near-native Spanish,
proven excellence in Spanish language teaching at all levels, and an active
interest in content-based instruction a must. Administrative experience
with a Spanish language program a plus. Appointee must be proficient in the
new technologies for the language classroom.
All applications must be filed online by November 15th , 2012 at the
application URL below.
Wherever possible, reference providers should upload letters of reference
in the online system. If it is not possible, the reference provider or
dossier service should send the letters to the mailing address below.
Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Application Deadline: 15-Nov-2012
Mailing Address for Applications:
Chair, Department of Latin American and Iberian Culture
612 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10027
Web Address for Applications: https://academicjobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=56753
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