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Assistant Professor 
Sam Houston State University  
Lugar   País
Huntsville, TX  Estados Unidos
Fecha de publicación   Fecha límite
21 de febrero de 2017  17 de marzo de 2017 
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The Department of World Languages and Cultures at Sam Houston State University invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty member at the rank of Assistant Professor to coordinate the department?s elementary and intermediate Spanish language curriculum (1000 and 2000 levels, approximately 1500 students per academic year) and teach 4 courses per year.

The candidate will teach primarily at the undergraduate level (lower-division Spanish language courses) and, occasionally, at the advanced undergraduate and graduate levels in field of specialization. Duties include but are not limited to: syllabus and curriculum design; program assessment; recruitment of students and instructors; training and supervision of experienced adjunct Spanish instructors as well as graduate teaching assistants; scheduling courses and labs; working with office staff on enrollment management; planning professional development workshops and actively participating in the department?s Language Learning and Teaching Workshop Series. The coordinator reports directly to the department chair.

Qualifications: PhD in Spanish with specialization in Foreign and /or Heritage Language Education, Language Pedagogy, Second Language Acquisition or Applied Linguistics; experience developing curriculum for Spanish Heritage Learners and Spanish for Specific Purposes; minimum of 5 years college/university level teaching experience using task-based and proficiency-based instructional methods with demonstrated instructional excellence; knowledge of current concepts and methods in foreign language learning and instruction, including those related to online course delivery; experience and/or willingness to teach online courses; familiarity with ACTFL standards and OPI scales; outstanding scholarly potential in field of specialization; outstanding interpersonal and organizational skills as well as demonstrated capacity to provide effective goal-oriented leadership to instructors.  
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