POOL - Lecturer - 14206BR
POOL - Lecturer
Lecturers are untenured, non-tenure-track members of the faculty. Positions vary and are dependent upon the need, if any, each semester for development and/or instruction of course(s). Primary role is instruction with no obligations to perform research or service. The appointment dates will vary based on the type of lecturer appointment and the timeframe for the preparation and instruction of the online course(s).
Application materials will be reviewed by the faculty and placed in a pool for consideration for developing and/or teaching undergraduate or graduate courses in economics consistent with departmental instructional needs.
The successful candidate must have appropriate authorization to work in the U.S. before employment begins.
100% - Regular Lecturer / Online Lecturer and/or Course Developer Duties:
Teach 1-2 small undergraduate courses per semester in first- and second-year language and culture, with independent tutorial courses to take the place of classes as necessary. Develop fully online language courses and course materials.
- Develop assignments, administer tests, evaluate student work, provide feedback to students, and assign grades.
- Hold regular office hours for students involved in classes taught. A minimum of three posted office hours each week is required. These office hours should be divided over at least two different weekdays.
- Be available for reasonable scheduling of appointments if a student cannot meet during scheduled office hours.
- Develop language courses into online courses with the assistance and support of the Center for Online and Distance Learning.
- Adhere to departmental, college and university policies.
- Master’s level degree in the language being taught, OR PhD degree in relevant area with research / field experience in the language, OR bachelor’s degree and two years of experience teaching the language at a post-secondary level
- Demonstrated fluency in language being taught
- Demonstrable knowledge of the culture where the specific language is primarily used
- Native command of the language
- Record of strong college or relevant K-12 teaching experience
- Experience with instructional technology
Additional Candidate Instructions
Review of applications will begin on June 1, 2019, and will continue as class needs arise.