American Sign Language Lecturer - 11687BR
American Sign Language Lecturer
Applications will be reviewed and placed in a pool for future consideration. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. The successful applicant must have appropriate authorization to work in the U.S. before employment begins.
- Master's Degree in Deaf Studies, American Sign Language, Deaf Education, or a related discipline or Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester hours in ASL
- Demonstrated experience and excellence in teaching as evidenced in application materials
- One year or more of experience teaching ASL to undergraduate students
- A PhD in Deaf Studies, American Sign language, Deaf Education or a related discipline
- ASLTA Certification
- Evidence in application materials of positive contributions to the Deaf community.
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate and communicate effectively with colleagues to achieve common goals.
- Demonstrated ability to employ multiple teaching strategies to create student-centered classrooms
- An understanding of the working Code of Ethics for ASL Interpreters
- Capable of working independently
- Demonstrated ability to work with a culturally diverse population, effectively utilizing excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Patience and resourcefulness in motivating and inspiring students to achieve excellence in their foreign language development.
- A working knowledge of the Signing Naturally Curriculum
Additional Candidate Instructions
Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis.