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Lecturer in English Language Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Date 2013-01-09 02:01:16 Location : North America


Location:Massachusetts
Employment Level:Non tenure track
Website:http://www.mit.edu/
Application Deadline:March 1, 2013
Category: English as a second language, Speech/ rhetoric
Employment Status:Full-time
Salary: Not specified

English Language Studies: Summary: We seek highly qualified applicants for the position of Lecturer in English Language Studies. You will have the opportunity to teach academic writing and speaking to motivated, matriculated undergraduate and graduate students in a stimulating environment. You will teach three courses/semester and design course materials and assessments. This is a three-year appointment with the possibility of renewal and promotion to Lecturer II. The position includes full benefits. The start date is Summer 2013. To succeed in this role, you will need: Minimum of a Master's degree in teaching English as a second language (TESL), second language acquisition, rhetoric and composition with a specialization in ESL/ELL, or a related field. Strong record of effective teaching. Applied knowledge of current research relevant to L2 teaching and learning, including familiarity with web- and video-technology. Excellent written and oral academic communication skills. Demonstrated understanding of communication requirements of students in humanities, social sciences, engineering and sciences. Minimum of three consecutive years experience teaching in higher education. Record of on-going professional engagement and development. M.I.T. is an affirmative-action employer and welcomes applications from women and members of minority groups. Applicants should submit a letter of application, a CV, a sample of material development (print or digital) or writing (maximum 20 pages), and three letters of recommendation. All materials should be submitted no later than March 01, 2013, via Academic Jobs Online: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/2444. Any questions should be directed fll-search@mit.edu.