Special Programs Coordinator
Date 2013-06-04 07:06:41 Location : North America
The Special Programs Coordinator works with our Global Programs Development Officer to facilitate the implementation of a variety of specialized international programs. This coordinator oversees the day-to-day logistics of these programs and coordinates with different members of our team. The Special Programs Coordinator has a varying administrative load and also works as a teacher for CESL programs teaching classes, holding office hours, serving on committees, and generally supporting CESL.
SPC administrative duties include:
*Marketing (maintaining website, doing updates, following up on inquiries, consulting with Marketing & Recruitment Coordinator on marketing strategies).
*Administrative operations (consulting with supervisor on program development, working with the Business Office and the Admissions Office, handling textbooks and other materials, student registration, student evaluations).
*Identifying needs for new or expanded special programs in conjunction with Global Program Development Officer
Developing Intersession programs.
*Developing and revising program curricula as needed.
*Training, orienting and evaluating teachers and counselors for special programs.
*Supervising online courses.
*Serving on a development committee.
*Other administrative duties as assigned.
SPC teaching duties include:
*Teaching up to (approximately) 13 hours per week (specific teaching hours vary depending on administrative duties).
*Supporting teaching in holding office hours, submitting syllabi, serving as a substitute teacher, developing course materials, using lab and online materials, and other teaching-associated duties (such as recording attendance, etc.).
*Participating in department meetings and events.
*Taking part in professional development.
*Other duties as assigned.
Additional Salary Information: DOE
* MA in TESL/Applied Linguistics or a Master's degree in a related field with evidence of coursework in the areas of linguistics, culture and society, educational foundations, second-language pedagogy, second-language assessment and language teaching practicum. (Candidates must be willing to meet any deficiencies in coursework within the first year of hiring.)
* Experience in teaching multilingual classes in all areas of English language skills and at all levels of English proficiency at the post-secondary level.
* Non-native English teachers must submit a recent score for at least a 28 on the TOEFL iBT speaking portion or an 8 on the IELTS speaking portion.
* If less than 5 years of language teaching experience, submit a sample teaching lesson on digital video.
* Permission/willingness to be vetted on public online social networking sites.
* Experience living abroad and willingness to travel abroad.
* Experience with CALL and teaching on-line.
* Experience in teacher training.
* Experience in supervising teachers.
* Experience teaching and/or developing ESP curricula.
* Experience with program coordination
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