Description: The College Writing Programs at the University of California Berkeley invites applications for two full-time lecturer positions. The successful applicants will have the credentials and college-level experience necessary to teach in a writing program that offers courses in FYC and reading, second-language writing, digital rhetoric, intermediate and advanced writing, and specialized writing. Employment begins in August 2013.
Qualifications: MA (PhD preferred) in one of the following fields: composition studies, rhetoric and composition, digital rhetoric, second-language writing/ESL/applied linguistics, or other closely related fields. A minimum of three years experience teaching college composition courses as the sole instructor. Experience working with a student population that is diverse in terms of writing proficiency, ethnicity and socioeconomic situation, and English language fluency.
Terms: Typically, lecturers are appointed to a series of one-year contracts through their fifth year. Annual reappointment depends upon a successful review within the College Writing Programs based upon quality of teaching and programmatic need. In their sixth year, lecturers are invited to submit materials for a comprehensive review process. A positive outcome of that review results in appointment to a continuing lecturership. Continuing lecturers are reviewed for merit increases every three years, and it is expected that they will serve the Programs on a long-term basis, pending enrollment needs. These are not tenure-track positions, nor do they confer membership in the Academic Senate. Appointments are 100%.
Salary and Benefits: Commensurate with experience, with a minimum of $45,975 per annum. We offer a diverse working environment, competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits.
Applications: Interested candidates should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy (750-1000 words), syllabi, and three letters of reference to:
Lecturer Search Committee
College Writing Programs
University of California, Berkeley
112 Wheeler Hall #2500
Berkeley, CA 94720
Deadline December 17, 2012
Refer potential reviewers to the UC Berkeley Statement of Confidentiality found at:
The University of California, Berkeley,
is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. It is committed
to diversity in its staff, faculty, and student body, and invites all
qualified people to apply, including minorities
and women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
Lecturers at the University of California are represented by the
University Council American Federation of Teachers.
These positions are offered pending budget approval.
OVERVIEW: The Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education (CLASE) is a research and development Center in the College of Education with a mission to improve education in reducing group-based disparities. This faculty position has been created to expand the center's capacity to achieve its mission through developing successful grant proposals. The individual will report to the executive director and support the mission of CLASE. Research experience and evidence of success in attracting funding, grant development, and related skills are required. This academic year position will have 100% budgeted time for research. Summer funding will be dependent on available funding . Tie-ins with academic collaborators/programs aligned with the mission may be possible.
QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in education or psychology or related area with knowledge of mixed methods research design; area of specialization is open. The candidate should have a strong interest and experience in working the center’s educational Latino mission. History of active research, grant writing in education is essential. Desired experiences include; bilingualism, advanced quantitative expertise,, evidence of scholarly productivity and success in securing research funding.
RESPONSIBILITIES: The individual will engage in grant writing, project coordination, design, dissemination activities, and help write and publish policy briefs and other projects with the Center’s Executive Director. Responsibilities may also include implementing projects in the community and schools, creating a policy voice through web, publications, conferences, and other means.
APPLICATION: Submit letter of application describing research interests and experiences, vita, reprints or preprints, and the names of three references to Pedro R. Portes, Chair, CLASE, 125 Aderhold Hall, UGA College of Education, Athens, GA 30602. (Email: email@example.com)
DEADLINE: Complete applications received by January 30, 2013 are assured full consideration.
The Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education (CLASE) is an educational research and development center at the University of Georgia. For information regarding the Center, see our web site - http://www.coe.uga.edu/clase
The University of Georgia is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Institution. Georgia is an Open Records state. Persons who need reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act in order to participate in the search process should notify the search chair.
EDC is looking for a number of MA in TESOL qualified teachers starting from April 1, 2013.
We have just started the second term recruitment at our recruitment website: https://recruit.rikkyo.ac.jp/.
This is a great opportunity for newly graduated as well as experienced teachers to teach at the university.
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