13.957, Jobs: ESL/EAP: Instructor, Seattle University, WA USA

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Subject: 13.957, Jobs: ESL/EAP: Instructor, Seattle University, WA USA

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Date:  6 Apr 2002 01:24:15 -0000
From:  Eli Hinkel <ehinkel at seattleu.edu>
Subject:  ESL/EAP: Instructor at Seattle University, Washington USA

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Date:  6 Apr 2002 01:24:15 -0000
From:  Eli Hinkel <ehinkel at seattleu.edu>
Subject:  ESL/EAP: Instructor at Seattle University, Washington USA

Rank of Job: Instructor
Areas Required: ESL/EAP
Other Desired Areas:
University or Organization: Seattle University
Department: Culture and Language Bridge Program
State or Province: Washington
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: May 15, 2002
Contact: Eli Hinkel ehinkel at seattleu.edu

Address for Applications:
900 Broadway
WA 98122

Full-Time Instructor, Culture and Language Bridge Program, Seattle

Effective September, 2002, Culture and Language Bridge Program at
Seattle University has an opening for a full-time ESL/EAP Instructor
to teach academic speaking/presenting skills, academic writing, and
English structure to highly advanced, enrolled university students
(first-year, juniors, and graduate).  Program instruction is based on
focused and results-oriented curricula that have the goal of improving
students' language skills for academic work in mainstream, regular
university courses in various degree programs, such as business,
nursing, engineering, and humanities.

The position is based on a 10-month contract (comprehensive benefits
package).  This faculty member will teach 9 or more university-level
ESL courses per year (9 to 12 contact hours/week customary) and assist
with student advising, as well as perform occasional administrative
duties, such as placement test evaluation and ongoing curriculum

Minimum qualifications: M.A. in TESL or applied linguistics and at
least 2 years of experience teaching advanced academic skills in U.S.
colleges/universities.  Near-native English proficiency required.
Review of applications to begin in May, 2002.  Send resume and cover
letter to Culture and Language Bridge Program, Seattle University,
Seattle, WA 98122.

Seattle University, founded in 1891, continues a four hundred and
fifty year tradition of Jesuit Catholic higher education.  The
University's Jesuit Catholic ideals underscore its commitment to the
centrality of teaching, learning, and scholarship, of values-based
education grounded in the Jesuit and Catholic traditions, of service
and social justice, of lifelong learning, and of educating the whole
person.  Located in the heart of dynamic Seattle, the University
enrolls approximately six thousand undergraduate and graduate students
in eight schools and colleges.  Students enjoy a university ethos
characterized by small classes, individualized faculty attention, a
strong sense of community, a commitment to diversity, and an
outstanding faculty.

Seattle University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action

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