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ESOL Instructors

Date 2013-03-19 07:03:36 Location : North America

The ESOL Faculty develops curriculum for regular and special programs within the Center for English Language Programs (CELP) at New Mexico State University. The successful candidate will prepare instructional materials to meet studentsí varying learning styles and language abilities, instruct students up to 16 hours per week using various teaching methods, and plan and conduct activities for a balanced program of instruction. The applicant will also establish clear goals and objectives for each lesson and class and communicate those directly to students. The candidate is expected to maintain accurate and complete student records; implement all policies and procedures of CELP; attend regular faculty meetings; participate in orientation-week events such as testing and placement, advising, and registration; and participate in closing week activities such as advising, testing, conferences, and closing ceremonies. Additional responsibilities may be assigned by supervisor. It is anticipated that multiple positions will be available for an August 15, 2013 start date, with the possibility of optional Summer work beginning May 2013.

Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience and qualifications. Nine month position with paid vacation and benefits, with optional summer teaching available.

Required: A minimum of a masterís degree in TESOL or closely related discipline; a minimum of two years of college teaching experience with international students, University English Language learners, and/or university-based IEP; native or native-like English fluency.

Desired: Experience in living or studying abroad; fluency in a language other than English; experience with all or some of the following: CALL, content-based instruction, English for Specific Purposes, English for Academic Purposes.

Application: Complete application will include CV, cover letter, teaching philosophy, and three references with contact information. Video teaching demonstration is desired but not required. Application materials should be sent via email attachments to

Application is to a continuously open vacancy pool for both full and part-time positions.

Potential for optional summer start with regular 9 month position beginning in August 2013.

Preliminary interviews will be conducted in Dallas during TESOL conference in March, 2013.