Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Pitt hiring part-time instructors of Korean, Chinese for Fall 2016.

The University of Pittsburgh's Department of East Asian Languages & Literatures is hiring part-time instructors of Korean and Chinese for Fall 2016.

A job posting for the former, via the DEALL website:
EALL anticipates openings for part-time instructors in the Korean language program beginning in the fall of 2016. Candidates must have native language proficiency, hold at least a college degree, and be authorized to work for the University. Prior experience in teaching foreign languages and familiarity with language pedagogy or linguistics is highly preferred. If interested, please contact Mi-Hyun Kim at kimmh@pitt.edu. A resume or CV is required for initial screening and candidates with desirable qualifications will be contacted for interviews in April/May 2016.
And the latter:
EALL anticipates openings for part-time instructors in the Chinese language program beginning in the fall of 2016. Candidates must have native language proficiency, hold at least a college degree, and be authorized to work for the University. Prior experience in teaching foreign languages and familiarity with language pedagogy or linguistics is highly preferred. If interested, please send your CV to Juchun Wei at juchun@pitt.edu by March 31. Candidates with desirable qualifications will be contacted to submit a sample lesson plan. Interviews will begin in April/May 2016.

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