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  • Monday, December 31, 2018 3:09 PM | PTE (Administrator)

    The American Language Center has a part-time (evening) ESL instructor opening for the Spring Semester. 

    Interested candidates can email their resume to mfarrell@americanlc.org

  • Thursday, December 27, 2018 2:25 PM | PTE (Administrator)

    The English Language Institute is in a continuous search for highly motivated and qualified instructors to teach in our intensive English program. If you are interested in being considered for our next open position, please see position and application details below. Typical hiring cycles are July 15, December 15 and April 15, but it varies according to enrollment.

    Basic function: 

    The English Language Institute Instructor is responsible for teaching a wide range of courses, such as Academic Reading, Listening, Speaking, Writing, and Grammar, in order to prepare our students to be successful in a university setting. Each instructor is expected to teach 2- 4 classes per semester, as applicable, depending on student enrollment. Contracted teaching hours will be 4 hours per week per course, with approximately 2 hours of in-office administrative work per week per course, as well as monthly staff meetings.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    ·          Provide high quality, student-centered English language instruction for ELI students according to established course outlines and student learning outcomes to maximize student learning adhering to ELI teaching philosophy and mission statement.

    ·          Attend orientation sessions prior to teaching.

    ·          Prepare a course calendar based on the syllabus per class, which is due before the beginning of the semester and needs to be approved by the Academic Coordinator.

    ·          Create supplementary teaching and assessment materials, as necessary, to facilitate the classes.

    ·          Observe and evaluate student performance in meeting course objectives through assignments, projects, discussions, and examinations.

    ·          Communicate with students regarding their performance and maintain weekly office hours per class for students.

    ·          Communicate with the Academic Coordinator and ELI administrative staff regarding teaching, students’ performance or other academic issues or any concerns.

    ·          Attend mandatory monthly teacher meetings.

    ·          Carry out administrative tasks associated with teaching and assessment, students' academic progress reports, weekly grades, attendance, and record of work through student information system (currently Desire2Learn [D2L]).

    ·          Assist as needed with curriculum and program planning, development, evaluation.

    ·          Allow for classroom observations and a follow-up meeting with Academic Coordinator at least once a semester.  If necessary, more observations will be scheduled. 

     

    About the English Language Institute

    The English Language Institute (ELI) is part of the Office of International Programs & Services (IPS) at Millersville University. The ELI provides six levels of intensive English instruction designed to meet the academic needs of international students attending Millersville University. Full-time ELI students receive a minimum of 18 hours of English instruction and 4 hours of supervised language lab work per week, depending on the program. Classes are taught by dedicated, experienced instructors trained in English as a Second Language instruction and holding a master’s degree or higher. In addition to language and academic instruction, the ELI offers students several cultural events, outside of class activities and trips to local and regional attractions, such as nearby locations like Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Baltimore and historic Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

    The 14- and 10-week intensive English courses offered at the ELI are non-credit classes, but act as a bridge enabling students to meet admissions requirements for enrollment into the many programs offered at Millersville University – both at the undergraduate and graduate level. This offers a tremendous advantage to students to begin their time of study in the U.S. and step into their academic program, especially if achieving a high enough TOEFL or IELTS score had been a challenge. While attending the ELI, students may earn up to 15 credits toward their academic major through concurrent enrollment during levels 4, 5 and 6. Successful completion of ELI levels 4, 5 and 6, will allow students to step into their academic major full-time and equip them to be successful throughout their academic career at Millersville University and beyond.

    If a long-term English program does not fit the needs or schedule of students, the ELI also offers a variety of short-term programs ranging from 2- 8 weeks. Topics include:

    ·          Intensive Academic English

    ·          English for Specific Purposes (such as business, health sciences, STEM, etc.)

    ·          School Administrator Program

    ·          Teacher Training

    ·          Test Preparation (TOEFL, IELTS, GRE, GMAT, etc.)

    ·          American Culture

    ·          College Immersion (for high school students)

     

    Job Category:

    Part-Time, Contractor

    Remuneration:

    Currently, instructors are hired as part-time, contracted workers per course per term. Instructors are paid a fair and favorable amount for the course as a whole. Upon hiring and orientation, instructors may teach up to 2-4 courses per term, depending on enrollment. This position does not include benefits.

    Qualifications Required:

    Candidates must have a master's degree in TESOL, TESL, TEFL, applied linguistics, or other closely related field with appropriate coursework in language acquisition and language teaching. All instructor applicants should have relevant training and experience that includes elements of language teaching methodology, second language acquisition, language structure, linguistics, intercultural communication and dynamics and a practicum teaching experience. Excellent proficiency in English is required, e.g. CEFR Level Group C1.5-C2. Newer teachers just exiting their MA TESOL programs may apply to become part of our ELI’s instructor mentoring program.

    The Type of Applicant the ELI is Seeking:

    The ideal candidate will have two or more years of experience in teaching/working in a higher education environment or experience living overseas and/or learning a second language, or any and all of the above. The ELI is seeking instructor applicants that value all elements of the ELI mission statement and want to be engaged with students in a community setting. The ideal instructor is committed to professional development and eager to share experience and learning. In addition, the ideal applicant will have respect for diverse individuals from a variety of backgrounds and cultures. Membership or involvement in TESOL professional organizations, publications and development programs is highly preferred. Applicants who want to contribute to the continuous development and improvement of the program are sought, especially those who have: the ability to develop and adapt classroom materials to meet students' needs; strong interpersonal, cross-cultural communication, and organizational skills; the ability to work independently and contribute and collaborate effectively as a member of a team; and the ability to follow University policies, rules and administrative procedures relating to student services.

  • Thursday, December 27, 2018 2:22 PM | PTE (Administrator)

    Millersville University of Pennsylvania is looking to fill a contracted position. We have a need for an ESL instructor to teach for 5-6 weeks at a partner university in China. Flight, housing, and visa would be arranged by our office in conjunction with our Chinese partner. Salary: $3,200 for 5-6 weeks (based on about 64 contact hours). Curriculum would also be provided.

     

    Multiple positions available, and this is a reoccurring opportunity every summer or winter. Timeline of start and end date are somewhat flexible, and will be determined between the candidate, our office, and the Chinese partner. So you would be able to schedule around other jobs if applicable. 

     

    Summer: Would be scheduled between May and August

    Winter: Would be scheduled between January and February

     

    Requirements:

    Master’s degree in English, TESOL, Education or any related field.

    Some experience teaching.

     

    If you are interested in applying or hearing more details please contact International@Millersville.edu

  • Monday, December 17, 2018 8:59 PM | PTE (Administrator)

    Peace Corps is seeking a Specialist to work in its Education sector.

    The position is based in Washington, DC.

    Candidates are sought with a background in a STEM, Early Childhood Education, lower grades teacher-training, or school/community engagement.

    To access a general position description, salary range, application process and submission portal:  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/518663100


    The United States Government does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor

  • Wednesday, December 05, 2018 8:26 PM | PTE (Administrator)

    Position Overview 

    The role of the ESL Instructor is to develop and implement a best-practice based curriculum rooted in the real-life needs of English language learners.


    Essential Job Functions

    ·      Prepare and deliver adult education curriculum in classroom setting. Lessons must address real-life goals including attainment of citizenship, getting or keeping employment, and transition to GED or post-secondary education.

    ·      Monitor students’ progress through use of standardized assessments.

    ·      Attend Teachers meetings and professional development as approved by supervisor.

    ·      Submit weekly lesson plans and key student data, including attendance, goal attainment, and barriers to participation.

    ·      Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

    Non-essential Job Functions

    ·      Support DCLC special events.

    Requirements

    ·      Minimum bachelor’s degree and 2 years of work experience in ESL instruction.

    Other Skills/Abilities

    ·      Certification in CASAS administration. If not, already certified training will be provided by DCLC.

    ·      Ability to support students in connecting to support service staff.

    • -      Cover letter
    • -      Resume
    Email to Executive Director Kate McGeever – kmcgeever@delcoliteracy.org

    https://delcoliteracy.org/about/job-opportunities

  • Sunday, November 18, 2018 5:57 PM | PTE (Administrator)

    ESL Lecturers for Spring/Summer Program

    We are looking for qualified and talented teachers for a variety of classes.

     

     

     

    Duties

    Prepare for and teach ESL courses as assigned and in accordance with curricular guidelines; inform students of course requirements, evaluation procedures, and attendance policies; maintain records of student attendance and academic progress/achievement, and submit them according to deadlines; attend faculty meetings as scheduled; assume other duties, which will vary according to the program in which the appointment is held. 

    Qualifications

    Master’s degree in TESOL preferred, or closely-related field, plus teaching experience in university-based ESL programs similar to the University of Pennsylvania’s ELP. Minimum qualifications: substantial coursework at the graduate level in TESOL or related field plus teaching experience. Compensation is commensurate with experience.

    Appointment Terms

    These are part-time appointments for the duration of Spring and/or Summer sessions. New Teacher Orientation will occur before the start of classes.

     

    Qualified applicants should provide via email a resume, cover letter, and the names, addresses, phone numbers, and emails of three references to:

     

    John Cotton

    English Language Programs

    University of Pennsylvania

    Room 036, Fisher-Bennett Hall

    3340 Walnut Street

    Philadelphia, PA 19104-6274

                                                                      cottonj@sas.upenn.edu

     

    Resumes will be reviewed immediately and review will continue until all positions are filled.  Additional information about the English Language Programs and about the University of Pennsylvania can be obtained from our websites: https://www.elp.upenn.edu/and www.upenn.edu.

    The University of Pennsylvania values diversity and seeks talented students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. The University of Pennsylvania does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected class status in the administration of its admissions, financial aid, educational or athletic programs, or other University-administered programs or in its employment practices.


  • Wednesday, August 08, 2018 3:21 PM | PTE (Administrator)

    Job Opening at Lehigh University Title: Language Specialist

    Department: International Center for Academic and Professional English (https://global.lehigh.edu/icape)

    Posting Date: 08/03/2018

     

    Apply for the Position: https://lehigh.hiretouch.com/position-details?jobid=49733

     

    The International Center for Academic and Professional English (ICAPE) at Lehigh University comprises a dynamic group of instructors and administrators committed to excellence and best practices in English language instruction and ongoing support for multilingual speakers of English at the graduate and undergraduate levels of education. ICAPE programming includes advanced level credit courses, non-credit intensive English courses, the ITA program, and year-round tutoring and workshops. The Language Specialist job is a full-time exempt Instructional Staff position with responsibilities that cross all areas of ICAPE’s programs including curriculum development, instruction, assessment, administrative responsibilities, and professional development activities. Minimum qualifications include: Master's Degree in TESOL or Applied Linguistics or Linguistics; three to five years related work experience; knowledge of curriculum development and instruction; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; solid writing ability and organizational skills; solid computer skills with experience using word processing and spreadsheet software; successful completion of standard background checks and reports. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. Interested parties should submit curriculum vitae, cover letter, and references through the Lehigh Hiretouch link.


  • Thursday, April 19, 2018 11:09 AM | PTE (Administrator)

    One of PennTESOL-East's members is working with the Office of Adult Education, and they are looking for more volunteers.


    Please email Vanessa.Wallace@phila.gov if you are interested and would like to learn more information.


  • Tuesday, January 02, 2018 3:58 PM | Dawn Adamoli (Administrator)

    Full-time ESL instructor for Arcadia University courses in China, February 26th to mid-June. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Visa, airfare, and accommodations included. Contact Jan Finn (finnj@arcadia.edu) and attach a current CV. 

  • Tuesday, December 05, 2017 5:58 PM | Dawn Adamoli (Administrator)

    Drexel University’s English Language Center has an ongoing need for tutors of IEP and international students. This is a paid position.

     

    Tutors work a minimum of three hours a day, one day per week. Additional days and hours may be possible.

     

    Tutoring occurs at the English Language Center or Lincoln Plaza.

     

    Minimum eligibility is enrollment in a Teaching English as a Second Language  program.

     

    Send an expression of interest to elctutoring@drexel.edu.

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