The Department of Near Eastern Languages & Civilization (NELC) at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA seeks to appoint a Part-Time Lecturer to a 2-year, non-tenure track appointment in Arabic language instruction to begin September 2019. This is a part-time, 9 month position.
The lecturer will teach elementary level Arabic language courses.
Our faculty, staff, and students are intellectually engaged with the ways that race, gender identity, sexuality, ability, class, and ethnicity intersect and shape the human experience, both within the educational experience and outside of it. Through this work, we encourage all members of the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization to think critically about the world around them and engage actively.
This position may be renewed pending a review during its second year.
Candidates should have a Master's degree or higher in a relevant field (such as Arabic language and/or culture, language pedagogy, or applied linguistics) or experience teaching Arabic language at the college/university level. The successful applicant will be a dynamic teacher with the ability to develop curricular materials, and to engage in campus outreach.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but preference will be given to applications received by May 20, 2019. Applicants should submit the following:
A teaching portfolio including:
a statement of teaching philosophy
other course materials
and recent student evaluations
Three letters of recommendation
Any questions about application procedures may be addressed to the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization at email@example.com.
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