Pending budgetary approval, the Less-Commonly-Taught Languages Center of the Department of Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh, seeks applications for one position of a non-tenure-stream Lecturer or Assistant Instructor for all levels of Hindi language instruction. The initial contract will run from September 1, 2018 through August 30, 2019 and is renewable. Qualification Requirements:
MA in Hindi, language teaching, linguistics, or a related field
At least 3 years of experience in teaching all levels of Hindi in an academic setting
Native or near-native ability in Hindi
Good command of spoken and written English
The position will have responsibility for teaching 27 credits per year. Some additional administrative responsibilities may be assigned.
Salary and benefits:
Access to the University's retirement program and full medical benefits
Salary range depends on qualifications and experience
Internal Number: 148201
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