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  • 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.

  • Tuesday, December 05, 2017 5:54 PM | Dawn Adamoli (Administrator)

    Non-Tenure Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics (Director of Academic Integration/Applied Linguistics)


    Penn State Abington, Division of Arts and Humanities, seeks a committed and energetic scholar-administrator to lead initiatives for our multilingual student population, including Academic Integration Courses(AIC) and the Applied Linguistics programs(TESOL minor and ESL Specialist Certificate). As the most ethnically and linguistically diverse campus of Penn State, Abington College has developed a full range of curricular and co-curricular programs to serve its fast-growing population of multilingual students. The successful candidate for this position will: direct the AIC program; coordinate with AIC's teaching and administrative partners; manage placement of new students; support and mentor faculty, and teach one course per semester. We seek a colleague with experience teaching college composition for English language learners; collaborating with faculty on related pedagogical issues; and the ability to teach courses in theory, methodology, and praxis in second language acquisition. Our successful candidate will pursue a research agenda related to teaching and learning of languages in academic contexts, administration of academic programs, or language policy in education. The Division of Arts and Humanities values and cultivates a friendly, professional, and healthy atmosphere for its faculty and students. Abington is a baccalaureate-degree granting college of Penn State University. We offer the advantages of small-college life paired to the resources of a Big Ten university, just ten miles from downtown Philadelphia. About half of our 4,000 students enroll in BA and BS programs at Abington, while the rest finish their degrees at Penn State's University Park campus. The College strongly supports first-generation, minority, and multilingual students who make up more than half of the student body. We seek candidates with a Master's degree in TESOL or equivalent, and prefer the Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics or a cognate area. We particularly value professionals with both experience and fresh ideas in the area of multi-language learning. This is a non-tenure line position with a 48-week. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. Please apply with a cover letter and Curriculum Vitae. In addition, please upload three letters of reference with contact information.


    Apply online at http://apptrkr.com/1124933


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    Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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  • Tuesday, December 05, 2017 5:49 PM | Dawn Adamoli (Administrator)

    Office of Multilingual Curriculum and Programs Bilingual Teacher Job Fair


    When? Monday, December 11th 2017  4:30 pm - 6:00pm


    Where? School District of Philadelphia 

    440 N Broad St – Atrium

    Philadelphia, PA 19130


    What? Meet and talk with principals and teachers currently working in our dual language programs. Learn about opportunities available in the school district.


    If you have a calling to become a Bilingual Education Teacher, don’t ignore it – Answer!


    Questions??? Contact: Santiago Sanchez, Dual Language Curriculum Specialist. ssanchez2@philasd.org (215) 400-6386. 


    Bilingual Fair Flyer (2).pdf


  • Friday, October 20, 2017 4:28 PM | Dawn Adamoli (Administrator)

    Hello,


    I am a recruiter for the U.S. Department of State English Language Fellow Program. I was wondering if I might be able to post a job on PennTESOL job board for U.S. TESOL professionals?

     

    Here is the job listing title and information, and please let me know if you have any questions:

     

    Worldwide EFL Projects for the U.S. Department of State

    The English Language Fellow Program promotes English language learning around the world and fosters mutual understanding between the people of the United States and people of other countries. The Program places highly qualified teachers in paid professional positions at projects initiated by U.S. Embassies in all regions of the world. It is an opportunity for ESL/EFL teachers to enhance their professional career as they contribute to cross-cultural awareness throughout the world. Assignments are for a 10-month period typically beginning in September 2018.

    The English Language Fellow Program is now recruiting applicants for approximately 100 positions for the 2017-2018 academic year. The Program is funded by the U.S. Department of State.

    ***APPLY NOW for 2018-2019 projects. The priority deadline is November 30. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until all projects have been filled. Applications are only accepted through the online application at https://application.elprograms.org/. For more information and to apply, please visit our website.

    www.ELPrograms.org/fellow

    Who are we looking for?  TESOL educators with:

    ·         Experience and demonstrated commitment to teaching ESL/EFL

    ·         A graduate degree in TESOL or a related field

    ·         Personal qualities of flexibility, cultural adaptability, and resourcefulness

    ·         U.S. citizenship

    More detailed information regarding eligibility is available on the website.

    Program benefits: 

    ·         Stipend: $30,000 

    ·         Living allowance (housing, food, utilities, local transportation) 

    ·         Dependents allowance 

    ·         Pre-departure allowances 

    ·         Supplemental health benefit plan 

    ·         Round trip airfare to and from assignment

    ·         Program activities allowance

    Complete application dossier must be submitted online. Please visit https://application.elprograms.org to apply. 

  • Sunday, September 17, 2017 9:16 PM | PTE (Administrator)

     Teach for the Future (TF) is an international education recruitment and consulting firm founded through collaboration from Alumni at the Harvard Education School and Harvard Business School. They are passionate about their teachers’ own career development as well as bringing quality education to China. They work with over 10,000 educators and over 100 educational institutions to deliver the best education experience in China by collaborating with schools and universities in USA to have meaningful exchanges with students in China.


    For China-based positions, we support teachers in transitioning to China (TEFL teaching certification options, visa acquisition assistance, language training, PD opportunities etc.) with starting salary ranges from up to $2200-$4500 a month. 

    Online teaching hours are very flexible with the schedules of teachers - we typically look for people who are interested in working 7-20 hours a week in the time ranges of 5am-7am weekdays, and afternoons on the weekends.


    You can also visit their website at www.teachfuture.org for further information.



  • Saturday, September 09, 2017 7:25 AM | PTE (Administrator)

    An instructor is needed for a private business English language learner in the West Chester, PA area on Friday afternoons.The student is from Colombia, at an advanced English level, seeking sessions focused on clear communication / presentation skills on Fridays from 1 or 2pm for 1.5 hours. 


    About the Company

    Cartus is a global relocation company that provides relocation services to more than 171,000 each year into and out of 185 countries. Cartus has 60 years of demonstrated solutions and satisfied clients. Our products & services cover every phase of the relocation process, from selling a home, finding a new home, and shipping household goods to settling in and adjusting to new communities around the world.  It also includes language training and cross-cultural training to internationally relocating assignees and their families as part of their relocation services package.  We have over 1,200 active language trainers in our global network, partnering with their Cartus Consultant to deliver top quality language programs.


    If interested, contact Jennifer Johnson at 203-205-8809 or e-mail her at Jennifer.Johnson@Cartus.com. She is a Senior Language Consultant at Cartus Intercultural & Language Solutions.



  • Wednesday, August 02, 2017 3:33 PM | Dawn Adamoli (Administrator)

    Laboratory Charter School in Philadelphia is looking for at least 3-4 ESL teachers to begin in the fall with one position eventually leading to an ESL Coordinator role.


    Laboratory Charter School is designing a comprehensive ESL program. This is a brand new program that will be implemented the first day of the 2017-2018 school year. We are in need of dedicated teachers to help maintain the functionality of the program and help the program grow. The Laboratory Charter School family is committed to proving the best possible program for their ELLs and the ESL population is  rapidly growing.


    The teacher's responsibilities include:


     ·       writing lesson plans and teaching classes


     ·       fostering relationships with teachers: ongoing teacher support,

     planning and leading professional developments


     ·       fostering relationships with parents: planning and hosting parent

     nights


     ·       facilitating ACCESS tests yearly, screening potential ELLs when

     they enroll as new students


     ·       maintaining student files/portfolios


     ·       participating in IEP meetings for dually identified ELLs


    Teachers will need to have their TESOL/ESL certification or a degree in

    TESOL. Experience with K-12 Education is preferred.  Training will be provided.

    We are looking for strong teachers who are not afraid to take the lead but 

    that are also eager to grow as educators.


    The school will partner with an ESL consultant during the school year.

    The goal is to appoint an ESL Coordinator from the hired teachers. 


    All interested candidates should forward your resume and cover letter to ctavella04@gmail.com  with “Laboratory Charter” in the subject line.


  • Thursday, July 27, 2017 4:14 PM | Dawn Adamoli (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 Global Education 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.  

    How to Apply

    To apply, applicant must submit an application, cover letter, resume, unofficial transcripts, copies of teacher certification(s), two sample lesson plans and two (2) letters of reference. In your cover letter, please explain how your training and experience fit with the expressed qualifications above, as well as explaining your overall teaching philosophy. Chosen applicants will be invited for an interview at MU, where they will be interviewed and asked to complete a short teaching demonstration. Final applicants will undergo background screening.

    Contact Information:

    ATT: English Language Institute

    Global Education
    Millersville University
    2 South George St.
    Millersville, PA 17551

    Phone: (717) 871-7506
    Fax: (717) 871-7956
    Global.Education@millersville.edu   

    Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30-4:30


  • Saturday, June 24, 2017 7:40 PM | Dawn Adamoli (Administrator)
    ELL Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the school’s programs and curricula are implemented to English Language Learners in order to maximize student learning experiences and increase the achievement of LEP students.
    • Education, Training and Experience
            Bachelor’s Degree in Education; Master’s degree preferred
            Bilingual (Spanish and English) preferred
            4 years’ experience
    •  Certificates, Licenses, and Registrations
             Pennsylvania English as Second Language Certificate required.


    Openings available at John B. Stetson Middle School and Antonia Pantoja Charter School



    All interested candidates must apply by using the URL link below:

    https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/8422/ASPIRA-INC-OF-PENNSYLVANIA/ELL-Coordinator

    ASPIRA OF PA SCHOOLS is an EEO Employer


    You may also email a cover letter and resume to dadamoli@pantoja.aspirapa.org, sgonzalez@pantoja.aspirapa.org and tmullin@stetson.aspirapa.org

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