Here are the details for the Rocky Mountain TESOL Reception in Dallas.
Date: Thursday, March 21
Time: 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Location: Sol Irlandes Mexican Chop House, 1525 Main Street, Dallas
Food: Full Buffet with ribs, bacon covered shrimp, veggie quesadillas, beans, rice and guacamole
We have a private room upstairs. All food is free for attendees, and there is a cash bar for drinks.
NAU is looking for instructors. See the following attachments for more information.
Salt Lake Community College is looking for an ESL certified teacher who can teach a developmental reading (RDG 0990) course on MWF at 1:00 pm. The course is to begin in January 2013. The majority of the students in these courses speak English as an additional language, but there may also be some native speakers of English in the classes. The main purpose of these courses is to help students develop and improve academic reading skills. Part-time teachers are compensated at a rate of $680.00 per credit hour (RDG 0990 courses are 3 credit hours). If you are interested and available to teach this course, please send a resume with current contact information to the SLCC Reading Coordinator, Kathleen Johnston (firstname.lastname@example.org ).
ELS Language Centers is currently hiring teachers in various capacities to teach international students at our ELS Laramie Campus. We are looking for experienced teachers who hold MA degrees in TESOL, foreign language instruction, and certification in ESL methodology; a bachelor’s degree is required. Instructor is responsible for planning, teaching and evaluating assigned classes in accordance with the ELS curriculum, which holds a communicative method approach for language learning. ELS Laramie prepares college-bound international students to read, write, and communicate successfully in an academic setting; located at the University of Wyoming, we offer teachers opportunities for professional development and advancement through our teacher training and collaboration with the University of Wyoming. Teachers are hired for four week intensive sessions, with opportunities for continuation based on student enrollment. Candidates must display cultural sensitivity; personal satisfaction derived from and enthusiasm for teaching international students; empathy for the problems of learning English as a second language; and good communication and organizational skills.
If you are looking to expand your teaching skills in a fast-paced, intimate learning community, with academically bound students from across the globe, ELS Laramie is the place for you!
To learn more about ELS, and about ELS Laramie, please visit http://www.els.edu
Let me know, and I look forward to hearing from you.
Academic Director, ELS Laramie
ELS Educational Services, Inc.
c/o University of Wyoming | Laramie, WY 82071 | United States
Tel: +1.307.766.3900 | Fax: +1.307.766.3901
Avant Assessment, a leader in web-based foreign language testing, is seeking Target Language Experts to work with us on language tests in the following languages:
Please see the job description here.
Contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
The department of Linguistics is seeking qualified candidates for a full time adjunct instructor position teaching ESL for the 2011-2012 academic year. This position is a 12 month full time exempt position at 1.0 FTE subject to renewal annually depending on need, funding and performance. We will begin reviewing applications 22 July 2011. The job will remain open until filled. Salary range is $28,000 – $32,000; commensurate with abilities and experience. The University of Utah offers a generous benefits package. The job requires a successful background check. Applicants must possess a minimum of the following qualifications:
- Masters degree in TESOL, TEFL, Linguistics or a closely related field
- Experience teaching in a college/university/public schools based ESL/EFL or Intensive English program
- Experience in communicative language methodology, task-based learning, and skills integration
- Ability to develop and adapt classroom materials to meet students’ needs
- Proficiency using technology in classroom and instructional activities
- Experience in teaching across program levels and skills
- Ability to work collaboratively as a member of an instructional team
- Proficiency in English. Hiring may be contingent upon English proficiency assessment.
- Candidates with experience serving the needs of diverse populations are strongly desired.
Duties for this position include:
- teaching 4 courses per semester
- attendance at instructor orientation
- attendance at monthly instructor meetings
- correcting ESL writing placement exams
- any other duties assigned by Dept. Chair and/or ESL Program Supervisor
Please submit in hard copy or by email a complete vita, three references, transcripts and a letter of application describing how your qualifications, experience and professional interests demonstrate the above qualities and have prepared you for this position to:
Attn: Karen Marsh
University of Utah
Dept. of Linguistics
255 S. Central Campus Dr., #2300
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
The University of Utah is fully committed to affirmative action and to its policies of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity in all programs, activities, and employment. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, status as a person with a disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and status as a protected veteran. The University seeks to provide equal access for people with disabilities. Reasonable prior notice is needed to arrange accommodations. Evidence of practices not consistent with these policies should be reported to: Director, Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, (801) 581-5365 (V/TDD).
Salt Lake Community College is looking for ESL certified teachers who can teach our Developmental Reading (RDG 900) courses. The majority of the students in these courses speak English as an additional language, but there may also be some native speakers of English in the classes. The main purpose of these courses is to help students develop and improve academic reading skills. There are two sections that we need teachers for immediately (see schedule below). Adjunct teachers are compensated at a rate of $630.00 per credit hour (RDG 0900 courses are 5 credit hours). Classes begin on Thursday, March 3rd. If you are interested and available to teach, please send a resume with current contact information to the SLCC Reading Coordinator, Brent Green (firstname.lastname@example.org ).
RDG 0900 022 Taylorsville Redwood Campus MTWRF 12:00 pm-01:50 pm 03/03-04/28
RDG 0900 023 Taylorsville Redwood Campus MWF 02:00 pm-04:50 pm 03/03-04/28
Need People to Fill a Few More ESL Teaching Openings in China (URGENT)
I am currently helping SEVERAL schools (children & adult) located in various culturally-rich cities of China to fill a few URGENT full-time English teaching positions, one year contract. Applicants need to have bachelors degree. Schools are starting in September and many schools in China, due to program rapid growth, have had difficulty recruiting good teachers from overseas. Detailed job descriptions can be sent to those who are interested. Since I am a recruiter, please send me your resume and I will try to best match your background and preference with the right job in China.
I am a former Beijing Olympic consultant, a native of Nanjing China educated in Hong Kong, and a graduate from BYU-Hawaii.
Cell: +86 139-8336-3774 (China Mobile)
We are seeking adjunct instructors for our summer academic ESL
program. This program is for upper-intermediate to advanced students
who will begin regular instructions at Westminster during the fall
Classes may include:
• Academic speaking and listening (10:00-11:25 MWF)
• Academic reading and writing (10:00 – 12:10 TTh)
Applicants must have an MATESOL or equivalent. Instructors must be
available to teach from June 18 though August 13, 2010.
If you are interested in any of these positions, email a cover letter
and curriculum vitae to Jennifer Ritter:
You may contact Jennifer at 801.832.2377 for information.
Program Information can be found online at: www.westminstercollege.edu/esl