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English Composition and Speech Instructor - Marshall Islands
Date 2016-02-11 04:02:05 Location : Oceania
Duties and Responsibilities:
Teaching a minimum of 12 credits per semester
Scoring student placement tests
Participation in ongoing course assessment and alignment in support of the Liberal Arts Program
Serving the CMI and RMI community
Serving on committees within the goverance structure of the college
Providing services in support of the ongoing advancement of the Liberal Arts program
A Master's Degree with concentration in writing and rhetoric, composition, linguistics, or appropriate Master of Fine Arts(writing)
Preferred: Preference will be given to candidates with:
teaching experience that incorporates best practices in the classroom
international teaching experience
Contact: Nering Redmond
Human Resources Department
College of the Marshall Islands
Online App. Form: https://jobs-cmi.peopleadmin.com/
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