The Part-time Summer Intensive Academic Communication instructor will provide enthusiastic instruction for two sections of an intensive speaking and pronunciation-focused course at the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. The course will run from July 25 to August 12 at our Baltimore campus and from July 29 to August 14 at our D.C. campus. The main objective for this course is to orient students to communication norms in the American classroom: idioms, email conventions, discussion and presentation skills. The instructor will use an established curriculum and lesson plans to create an enjoyable learning environment for newly arrived international graduate students. The instructor will participate in an online orientation session prior to arriving on campus with a date TBD. Instructors will teach two sections in the morning or afternoon. Each 18-to-25 student section meets 10 times for 1.5 hours per class, and case competitions will take place for all sections on the final day. There will be approximately 15-to-20 hours of planning/grading per section.
The payment will be $6100 for new instructors and $6500 for returning instructors.
NOTE: Multiple positions available.
The Summer Intensive Program at Carey was developed as a total immersion experience for our incoming international students. All classes will be taught on-site at the Baltimore Harbor East and Washington, D.C. Carey campuses. Interviews may be virtual or on-site. Carey does not provide housing or cover expenses for summer staff.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Teach assigned sections of Academic Communication and lead four portfolio development sessions
Ensure students get clear and detailed feedback on their performance and participation
Maintain accurate attendance and scholastic records of students on Blackboard
Serve as a friendly and knowledgeable cultural and linguistic guide to students
Participate in regular communication with the Summer Intensive staff and program manager
Attend an online orientation session, welcome day and final case competition
Participate in program meetings
Maintain a high level of professionalism as a representative of the school
Perform other duties as assigned
Minimum Qualifications (Mandatory):
Bachelor's degree required.
2 or more years' experience teaching communicative speaking classes to advanced international students or other related experience required. Ability to lead an effective and dynamic class with skill and patience.
MA/MEd TESOL or closely related field preferred. Experience in higher education, especially in a business school, or corporate setting preferred.
Classified Title: Carey Summer Intensive Instructor Working Title: Academic Communications Instructor Role/Level/Range: ACRP/03/MB Starting Salary Range: $6,100 per summer Employee group: Limited Schedule: Monday-Friday, hours vary based on class schedule Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 46-MD:JH at Harbor East Department name: 60000051-Student Services Personnel area: Carey Business School
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