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Instructor, English Language Programs

Date 2013-02-12 03:02:56 Location : North America

INTO University Partnerships (IUP) is an organization working in partnership with leading US and UK universities and investing in the development of world-class international student centers. It specializes, through these university partnerships, in preparing students for undergraduate and postgraduate study in the US and the UK. The INTO Marshall University Center delivers guaranteed progression into leading undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Like other INTO University Centers, the INTO Marshall University Center is managed by a joint venture management board in which INTO and Marshall University are equal shareholders.
Duties: Teach academic and/or general English classes in English as a second language in the English Language or Pathways Programs; advise international student in the INTO Marshall Center; provide support for Pathway, Academic English, and General English Coordinators in program and staff development and operations, as required; participate in curriculum and materials development in the English Language Programs; pursue and promote appropriate professional development; other INTO Marshall duties as assigned.

Send cover letter and curriculum vitae addressing all job qualifications, as well as a list of three professional references with contact information in one PDF file referencing Search 13017. Please state in your cover letter if you will be in attendance at the TESOL 2013 Convention in Dallas.

MA in TESL/TEFL or related field; high level of English proficiency; two years of successful language teaching experience in Academic English programs. Preferred: Experience in curriculum and materials development; familiarity with the use of appropriate classroom technology; experience in academic advising and/or tutoring; demonstrated commitment to continued professional development; demonstrated ability to work collaboratively.