23.417, Jobs: American Sign Language: Lecturer, UCLA

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Subject: 23.417, Jobs: American Sign Language: Lecturer, UCLA

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Date: 25-Jan-2012
From: Jael Cosico [jcosico at humnet.ucla.edu]
Subject: American Sign Language: Lecturer, UCLA, California, USA


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Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 20:45:50
From: Jael Cosico [jcosico at humnet.ucla.edu]
Subject: American Sign Language: Lecturer, UCLA, California, USA

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University or Organization: UCLA 
Department: Linguistics
Job Location: California, USA 
Web Address: http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu
Job Rank: Lecturer  

Specialty Areas: American Sign Language


Description:

The UCLA Department of Linguistics invites applications for a two-year half 
time lecturer position in American Sign Language (ASL) starting Fall 2012. 
This is a teaching position that will involve designing and teaching a one 
year (three quarter) sequence of ASL instruction (one course per quarter). 
The salary for the position will range between $27,000-$30,000, and 
position comes with full UCLA benefits. The position requires native or near-
native ASL skills and a strong background in ASL teaching.

The individual appointed may also have the possibility of teaching an 8 
week intensive summer course in ASL, if there is sufficient enrollment for the 
course. This 8 week course will carry a salary in the range of $8,000-$9,000. 

Please send applications in electronic form to the ASL Search Committee, 
lingasl at humnet.ucla.edu. Applications should include a cover letter, 
resumé/CV, and additional information as evidence of teaching record 
(these may be course evaluation data, course materials, and/or 
recommendation letters). 

UCLA is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women and 
minorities are encouraged to apply. 

Application deadline: we will start evaluating applications starting February 
20, 2011, but the position is open until filled.


Application Deadline: 20-Feb-2012 (Open until filled)
	  
Email Address for Applications: lingasl at humnet.ucla.edu 
Contact Information:
	Office Coordinator Jael Cosico 
	Email: jcosico at humnet.ucla.edu 




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