General Summary/Purpose: The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of the Johns Hopkins University (SAIS) is accepting applications for part-time ESL lecturers for the Fall 2019 semester. ESL lecturers teachadvanced level courses of English, with a specific emphasis on the development of written and oral skills for academic purposes through content-based instruction in topics of International Relations. Contracts are renewable based on performance and enrollment needs. This is a part-time position within the Language Studies Program; hours will vary according to class schedule, with most being held Tuesdays through Fridays.
Teachadvanced level courses of English, with a specific emphasis on the development of written and oral skills for academic purposes
Administer and mark the exams for their courses.
Hold office hours for student consultation
Master's Degree in TESOL, rhetoric or related field
Two years of college teaching experience
Experience teaching English Writing courses at college level
Experience using Blackboard or similar learning platforms
Please submit the required documents (CV, Cover Letter, and most recent teaching evaluations) via Interfolio.
Internal Number: A-66583-2
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