The Department of Romance Studies at Cornell University seeks to hire a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (rank will depend on experience) to teach all levels of Spanish language. This is a full-time renewable appointment contingent upon a successful review. Teaching load is 6 courses per year of elementary through advanced language courses. Candidates should hold an MA or PhD in Spanish, Second Language Acquisition, or related field. Preference will be given to candidates with strong evidence of excellence in language teaching at the university level. English and Spanish native-equivalent fluency is required.
Candidates should apply online at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/17100. The deadline for application is November 4, 2020. Please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, statement of commitment to diversity, two sample syllabi, and three letters of recommendation. We also encourage applicants to address in their cover letter any experience in TA training and course coordination. The search committee may request an unedited teaching video of a full-length Spanish language class from selected candidates before advancing to the interview stage. We expect to hold all interviews over Zoom.
Visa expedition funds are not available for this position.
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