Non-tenure-track lecturer position in the Intensive English Program Department of Applied Linguistics, College of Arts and Sciences, Georgia State University
The Department of Applied Linguistics/ESL is happy to announce a non-tenure-track position for a lecturer in the Intensive English Program.
The Department of Applied Linguistics/ESL at Georgia State University invites applications for a full-time non-tenure-track position (Lecturer) in the Intensive English Program (IEP) to begin August 1, 2022. The IEP has been serving international students for over twenty years with a content-based award-winning curriculum that emphasizes student-centered learning.
The standard workload for a lecturer in the IEP is 80% teaching and 20% service, with 12 hours per week (four classes) or equivalent in the classroom. Service obligations include assisting with orientation, placement testing, curriculum development, and supporting social/recreational activities for students.
This is a full-time in-person position in downtown Atlanta, Georgia.
The successful candidate must have:
- A Master’s Degree in applied linguistics, TESOL or other related fields
- Extensive fulltime experience (three years minimum) in teaching English for Academic Purposes in an IEP at the university level
- A proven track record of successful teaching in online, hybrid, and in-person modalities in ESL, along with a willingness to explore innovative ways to engage students in all modalities
The successful candidate should also have:
- Experience developing and modifying curricula to best suit the needs of specific student groups and levels
- Experience with successfully planning, coordinating, and budgeting short-term programs in English and U.S. culture for international university students
- Active professional engagement with the field of Applied Linguistics and TESOL
- A track record of collaboration with colleagues within a program and across departments/colleges
- Experience working on special projects locally (Atlanta community programs) and internationally (government-sponsored and university-to-university programs)
- Interest in participating actively in the building of new programs, such as English for Occupational Purposes and ESP programs in academic and non-academic areas.
- Bilingual (English plus Spanish, French, Korean, Vietnamese, Arabic, Mandarin, or Cantonese)
Applicants should submit:
- Cover letter (2 single-spaced pages maximum) that includes an overview of commitments to best practices, teaching, special programs, and diversity/equity/inclusion (DEI). Applicants should explicitly address their which includes many first-generation college students.
- Names and affiliations of three potential referees. Please include all three documents in a single PDF file (LASTNAME.FIRSTNAME.pdf) and submit as an email attachment to Chair, Intensive English Program Lecturer Search Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Those applicants long-listed by the search committee will be asked to supply reference letters.
The College of Arts & Sciences supports faculty professional success through mentoring programs and representation of faculty from all ranks in college-level program development. GSU is an institutional member of the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity. Applications received by May 1, 2022 will be given full consideration; preliminary interviews will be conducted in person or via Skype/Zoom. Feel free to contact Dr. John Bunting (email@example.com) with any questions.
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