Assistant Director, ACES English Language Studies Program, St. Joseph's College, Brooklyn
The Academic Center for English Language Studies (ACES) Program at St. Joseph’s College, Brooklyn, seeks a full-time Assistant Director to begin in the spring semester of 2021. ACES is an intensive reading and writing Learning Community for high-achieving immigrant and international students for whom English is a new language. ACES provides educational, social and financial assistance as well as professional guidance to the aforementioned population. Through specialized teaching, tutoring, workshops, advising, counseling services, mentoring opportunities and cultural outings, the ACES staff meets the College's mission and goals of providing students a strong academic and values-oriented education that develops the whole person.
The Assistant Director plays an integral role in all aspects of ACES. Primary duties include teaching one three-, four-, or five-credit course per semester. These courses include the freshman seminar and the core composition course Writing for Effective Communication. In addition to teaching duties, the candidate works with the director to research and assess program curriculum, train and mentor ACES instructors and tutors, visit and cultivate relationships with feeder high schools, advise students during registration periods and, as an instructor and advisor, identify and intercept cases requiring delicate emotional counseling and refer students to appropriate counseling resources.
The ideal candidate will possess common sense, empathy, wisdom, and maturity. At times, the ability to work independently will be valued. A dedication to advocacy for underrepresented and marginalized groups is essential.
At St. Joseph’s College, approximately one thousand undergraduate and graduate students are taught at our Clinton Hill campus in Brooklyn. Along with our Long Island campus in Patchogue and our Online campus, we are part of St. Joseph’s College, New York. In Brooklyn we offer students over forty undergraduate majors, including robust programs in the sciences and health care, education, the liberal arts and writing. Please see our website at https://www.sjcny.edu for further information about the college.
St. Joseph’s College is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversifying its workforce and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, status of being transgender, age, disability, veteran status, and all other classes protected by federal, state, and local laws.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in English or related area. Two years of experience teaching English, Composition, or a related field at the undergraduate level. Experience working with ELL students.
Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume/CV to Erica David firstname.lastname@example.org by November 15, 2020, with the expectation that the position will begin no later than January 1, 2021.
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