The USFSM College of Education invites applications for an instructor of ESOL courses and infusion of ESOL standards in our academic programs, particularly elementary education. We seek candidates who are committed to reflective teaching, are collaborative and willing to participate in college and/or university-wide service activities. Applicants should have teaching experience at the college level in traditional, distance, and online environments. The ideal candidate will contribute to our growing strength in working with community partners and schools and in preparing educators who can effectively serve diverse learners. Coordination of assessment and accreditation activities related to ESOL requirements is expected.
Applicants must have a doctoral degree in TESOL or a related discipline and minimum 3 years' classroom experience teaching at the elementary or secondary level. Responsibilities may include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses across multiple programs, and collaborating with colleagues in an interdisciplinary environment.
Minimum Qualifications (Education & Experience):
Preferred Qualifications (Education & Experience):
- Doctorate degree in TESOL, Linguistics, or a related discipline (No ABD's will be considered)
- Experience teaching at the elementary or secondary level for at least 3 years
- Experience teaching in higher education TESOL in traditional and online environments
- Experience in coordinating TESOL partnerships with community agencies and schools
Special Skills/Licenses/Training/Certifications Necessary:
- Experience with an electronic assessment process
- Experience with arts integrated teaching
Application Deadline Date:
Additional Information for Applicants:
Please submit the names and contact information for 3 references as "Letter of Reference" when attaching your required application documents.
This position is subject to a criminal background check.
Application Posting Date:
University of South Florida - 6 months ago
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