Serve as Lecturer in the Department of Romance Studies; develop and coordinate coursework and teach courses in French language and literature (including First-Fourth Semester French and Advanced Spoken French); advise students; hold regular office hours; and participate in department academic committees as required.
Must have Master's degree in Linguistics, French Language & Literature, or related field and demonstrated expertise in teaching college-level French language in North America.
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