The University of Washington Southeast Asia Center in the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies invites applications for a 75% FTE lecturer in Khmer language to begin Autumn Quarter 2019. This is a part-time, non-tenured position with a 9-month service period and is annually renewable through June 2022, pending satisfactory performance. The successful candidate will teach two language levels each quarter during this 9-month appointment.
Native or near-native language proficiency and experience in teaching Khmer is required, and an M.A. is preferred in Khmer language and culture, language pedagogy, or a relevant field. The lecturer must be able to teach Khmer at introductory, intermediate, and advanced levels; which two levels are offered in any given year will depend upon student and departmental need.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but preference will be given to applications received by June 15, 2019, as well as to applicants who have experience teaching Khmer at the University of Washington. Applicants should submit the following:
Cover letter describing teaching experience
Statement of teaching philosophy
Sample of representative teaching materials, if available
Three letters of recommendation
Any questions about application procedures may be addressed to the Jackson School of International Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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