Adjunct Instructor (Judaic Studies) - Modern Hebrew
University of Cincinnati
March 9, 2018
A&S Department of Judaic Studies (Modern Hebrew)
UNIVERSITY of CINCINNATI
The Department of Judaic Studies at the University of Cincinnati invites applicants to apply for a part-time teaching position as an Adjunct Instructor in Modern Hebrew. This position is scheduled to begin on August 15, 2018. The ideal candidate role will be a native or near-native speaker with demonstrated teaching excellence, and able to teach introductory and advanced Modern Hebrew. This person will be expected to teach Hebrew I and II, in Fall of 2018-19, and in Spring of 2019. We are seeking individuals who have experience in Hebrew language acquisition, personalized learning, and use of technology in language teaching.
Minimum Qualifications: Modern Hebrew fluency, teaching experience, and a degree from an accredited university.
For additional information about the University of Cincinnati, please visit our website www.uc.edu, and for more information on the Department of Judiac Studies and the programs we offer, please visit our department website www.artsci.uc.edu/judaic/.
Interested and qualified candidates for thisposition must apply online at https://jobs.uc.edu (search Requisition #27344). You must complete the online application and include a cover letter that addresses your teaching experience, effectiveness and success, especially in teaching and interacting with culturally diverse populations. You must also attach a current copy of your CV. In addition to these items, please forward evidence of teaching effectiveness, and a letter of recommendation via e-mail to Ms. Brandi Forbes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Review of complete applications will begin in April, and contnue until the position is filled.
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Internal Number: 27344-en_US
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