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ESL Instructor

Date 2013-02-19 02:02:10 Location : North America

Provides instruction in components of a standard ESL curriculum with an academic preparation focus. Courses include grammar, listening and speaking, reading, writing, and academic preparation. Instructional levels range from beginning to advanced as well as bridge coursework for students entering Western. Maximum number of instructional hours is 18 per week, changing to 15 hours per week in Fall, 2013.

Position Responsibilities: Provide classroom instruction as assigned; attend regular staff meetings; maintain a minimum of 2 regular office hours per week; serve as homeroom instructor/student advisor as needed; participate in orientation-week events such as testing and placement, advising, and registration; participate in closing week activities such as advising, testing, conferences, and closing ceremonies; participate in field trips and/or social activities as appropriate; and collaborate with other faculty and participate in professional development activities. Instructors are also expected to participate in on-going curriculum development projects and to contribute to program alignment with university goals and expectations.

Application is to a continuously open vacancy pool. Hiring 2 FT instructors for April, 2013, with annual contract.

NOTES: 2 openings.
Additional Salary Information: Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications Bargaining Union: United Faculty of Western Washington

Required Qualifications:

(1) MA TESL or (2) MA in closely related field with evidence of the following provided: graduate course work in linguistics and English linguistics, culture and society, educational foundations, second-language pedagogy, second-language assessment, and language teaching, and; practicum, preferably in intensive academic preparation English program
2 years of teaching experience in a US university- or college-based IEP
Preferred Qualifications:

Ability to teach a range of skill areas at all proficiency levels
Experience with accreditation
Experience living in another culture
Knowledge of another language