LINGUIST List 8.1243

Fri Aug 29 1997

Jobs: International TA Program Manager

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  1. Diane Lillo-Martin, International TA Program Manager, Univ. Connecticut

Message 1: International TA Program Manager, Univ. Connecticut

Date: Fri, 29 Aug 97 12:13:45 EDT
From: Diane Lillo-Martin <LILLOMUConnVM.UConn.Edu>
Subject: International TA Program Manager, Univ. Connecticut

The University of Connecticut seeks a MANAGER for the
International Teaching Assistant Program. The Manager will
develop and direct a language assessment program for
international teaching assistants; design and coordinate field-
specific International Teaching Assistant training in consultation
with departmental teaching assistant coordinators; advise
the University on policy issues; and consult with faculty
and administration regarding International Teaching Assistant
concerns. The successful candidate should have a Master's
degree in Linguistics or TESOL and experience teaching and
administering a similar program. Highly desirable are
experience in applying linguistic and communication theories;
curriculum development; SPEAK, TSE, and other oral English
assessment tools; and working with international students.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills are very important.
This is a full-time, three-year appointment with possible
extension. Salary is negotiable based on qualifications and
experience. Applications should include a cover letter,
curriculum vitae, and teaching evaluations. Applicants should also
arrange to have at least three letters of reference sent. Address
all correspondence to:

Diane Lillo-Martin, Chair
ITAP Manager Search Committee
University of Connecticut
Linguistics Department, U-145
Storrs, CT 06269
(Search #98A19)

At the University of Connecticut, our commitment to excellence
is complemented by our commitment to building a culturally
diverse staff. We actively encourage minorities, women, and people
with disabilities to apply.
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