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Professor of ESL for the SCAD Language Studio (adjunct)
Atlanta, GA
Posted Jul 08, 2013 by Savannah College of Art and Design
Category: Liberal Arts - English as Second Language

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Savannah College of Art and Design

Professor of ESL for the SCAD Language Studio (adjunct)


Campus Location:

Atlanta

Position Type:

Part Time

Specialty:

SCAD Language Studio

Work Year:

Academic Year

Posting Text

SCAD students come from more than 100 countries, and they live and learn at the university’s global locations in the U.S., Lacoste, France, and Hong Kong. Part of making these talented students feel at home is ensuring that they can communicate effectively both in and out of the classroom.


SCAD Atlanta seeks a part-time English as a Second Language professor for Summer 2013 to help make that happen.


Qualifications:


- master’s degree in TESOL, applied linguistics, foreign language education or a related discipline


- three to five years of English as a Second Language teaching experience


- demonstrated ability to teach students of varying language skill levels


- experience teaching English as a Second language at the post-secondary level strongly preferred.

Open Until Filled

Yes

Special instructions to applicants:

Note: Only complete packages will be considered. An unofficial transcript of your highest degree awarded, cover letter, and resume or CV are required. If you have difficulties in uploading your documentation, please email scadfaculty@scad.edu. Complete electronic applications are highly preferred.

ADA TAG

Yes

Assigned Area(s) of Responsibility:

Advanced Placement Institute

To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link:
https://scadjobs.scad.edu

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