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Adjunct Faculty — Writing for Multilingual Learners
Date 2017-06-30 21:06:28 Location : North America
Writing at Moravian, situated in the English Department, also includes the First-Year Writing Seminar, the Writing-Enriched Curriculum project, the Writing Center, and the Writing Fellows program. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to work with a Writing Fellow, an undergraduate student trained in composition pedagogy who will be available to provide classroom assistance. More information about the Writing at Moravian program can be found at https://www.moravian.edu/writing.
Consideration of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled; priority will be given to applications received by June 30, 2017.
All positions are subject to budget availability.
TO APPLY: Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, current CV, and three professional references with full contact information to Dr. Crystal Fodrey, Director of Writing at Moravian (email@example.com). Please send all electronic documentation in one (1) document formatted as a PDF file. The subject line should state “Adjunct – Writing for Multilingual Learners.” An incomplete application file will not be considered.
Moravian College will not sponsor applicants for this position for a U.S. work visa.
Experience and ability in ESL (writing, speaking, communicating) and a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and student success. A Master's Degree in TESOL or related field plus at least one year of college-level ESL teaching experience is required; an earned doctorate is preferred.