The following position will be posted on the public Academic Employment
Opportunities website and in University Affairs under the category of
"English as a Second Language". Check
http://www.aucc.ca/en/university_affairs/job_ads/index.html in a few days.
POSTING: Lecturer, Office of English Language and Writing Support, School
of Graduate Studies, University of Toronto
The School of Graduate Studies at the University of Toronto invites
applications for a full-time position at the rank of Lecturer in the
Office of English Language and Writing Support (ELWS). The initial
appointment will be for a period of two years beginning August 1, 2002.
ELWS offers a range of non-credit courses, workshops and individual
consultations to instruct and support graduate students in the writing and
oral language they use in their studies. Descriptions of this term's
offerings can be found on the ELWS website at www.sgs.utoronto.ca/english.
Qualified applicants will possess at least a Master's degree and
certification in teaching English as a Second Language. Familiarity with
the demands of graduate programs, extensive experience teaching ESL at the
university level, and a record of teaching excellence are essential for
this position. The successful candidate will teach courses/workshops in at
least three of the following areas: EAP, ESL, Scientific Writing,
Pronunciation, and Oral Presentation Skills. Other requirements are the
ability to work collaboratively and harmoniously with a range of
colleagues, the skill to identify and solve curriculum delivery challenges,
and the capacity to design instructional programs. Expertise in
instructional technology is desirable.
The deadline for applying is March 12, 2002. Please send a letter of
application, a curriculum vitae, a teaching dossier, and three letters of
reference to Prof. Don Cormack, Vice Dean, School of Graduate Studies,
University of Toronto, 65 St. George Street, M5S 2Z9. All qualified
candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent
residents will be given priority. The University of Toronto is strongly
committed to diversity within its community. The University especially
welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women,
Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, and others who may
contribute to further diversification of ideas.
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