Drew University is seeking applications for qualified candidates
for the position of Adjunct Instructor in the English Language
with INTO Drew University
, beginning January
2023. Some openings may be needed for a special half-term program
with Saudi and Chinese students starting in mid-October 2022.
Instructors will teach classes in the Pathway (PW) and/or Academic
English (AE) programs. Candidates must demonstrate excellence in
teaching and actively support the ELP’s mission and goals. Reports
to Academic Director. Appointments are temporary (one semester),
but renewable thereafter. This pool will be in effect until January
31, 2023. Individuals wishing to be considered beyond this date
- Adjunct instructors are paid per course per semester: $4,500
per 4-credit course in Pathway Program; $4,500 per 6-contact-hour
(per week) course, $3,000 per 4-contact-hour course; $1,500 per
2-contact-hour course in the Academic English Program.
- Instructors are evaluated each semester on instructional
effectiveness and fulfillment of administrative duties.
List the minimum academic requirements for this position:
Bachelors required, Masters, preferred
- Teach and prepare courses as assigned in fall, spring or summer
semesters. Course assignments may be in our Academic English or
Pathway programs. The English language learners have different
proficiency levels (novice, intermediate and advanced).
- Teaching assignments may include one or more of the following:
Academic English Intensive (reading, writing, grammar, listening,
speaking), English for Academic Purposes (reading & writing and
listening & speaking) on undergraduate and graduate levels.
Additional elective courses may be available. Some instructors may
also be assigned to teach the American Pop Culture class for
first-semester international students in the Pathway program.
- Actively support the mission, core values, and teaching
philosophies of the English Language Program. Maintain
communications with students, administrators, faculty, and other
- Perform all administrative duties as needed, including testing,
rating, orientation, emergency and voluntary subbing, meetings,
dissemination and submission of required forms, etc. Keep accurate
records of student performance.
- Be available to students and instructors for 1 hour per week in
the office (apart from teaching) for every 2 hours in the classroom
between the hours of 8-5.
Desired Skills and Experience:
- M.A. in Applied Linguistics, TESOL, Language Teaching
Methodology, Curriculum and Instruction, or related field with 18
hours of TESL courses
- Minimum one year full-time experience teaching in a
college-level English language program
- Excellent teaching, demonstrated by classroom observations,
student evaluations, and sample materials
- Experience with and knowledge of a variety of curricular
approaches and methodologies for teaching English as a Second
Language to include content-based instruction, English for Academic
- Evidence of ongoing professional development activities
- Advanced proficiency in spoken and written academic
- Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively
How to Apply:
- Experience creating materials, projects and rubrics for English
- Evidence of contributions to colleagues' professional
development, demonstrated by workshops, collaborative materials
development, or other activities
- Strong organizational skills, attention to detail,
collaborative approach to working with others, and strong
- Overseas experience
To apply, submit the following materials.
- Cover letter
- Graduate Transcript
- Contact Information of 3 professional references
Please apply by October 7, 2022.
Application review will be
on a rolling basis as applications are submitted; early
applications are encouraged. Applications will continue to be
accepted until January 31, 2023.
About Drew University:
Drew University, a Phi Beta Kappa liberal arts university, includes
the College of Liberal Arts, the Drew Theological School and the
Caspersen School of Graduate Studies. Drew is located on a
beautiful, wooded campus in Madison, New Jersey, a thriving small
town close to New York City.
It has a total enrollment of more than 2,200 students and has 136
full-time faculty members, 96% of whom hold the terminal degree in
their field. The Theological and Caspersen schools offer master’s
and doctoral degrees, and the College confers BA and BS degrees in
40 disciplines and offers 19 dual-degree programs.
Drew’s one-of-a-kind, leading edge path to an undergraduate degree,
, ensures that every student graduates
with a purpose, sought-after transferable skills, a network of
mentors, and an experience-based résumé—guaranteed. Particularly
noteworthy opportunities for undergraduates include the Charles A.
Dana Research Institute for Scientists Emeriti (RISE), the Drew
Summer Science Institute (DSSI), the Center for Civic Engagement,
as well as seven New York City semesters and several international
study abroad programs.
The Caspersen School of Graduate Studies offers a wide array of
distinctive and flexible advanced degree programs designed to meet
the needs of almost any busy schedule. All programs are based on
Drew’s renowned commitment to faculty-student mentorship,
opportunities for out-of-the-classroom experiential learning, and
facilitating a robust intellectual community.
The Theological School has a distinguished history rooted in the
United Methodist Church. Today, it serves many denominations as a
center for preparing clergy and leaders for service in the church
and the world. Its focus on biblical and theological scholarship
and social justice has made it a sought after destination for
students pursuing master’s and doctoral degrees.
To enrich education through diversity, Drew University is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Following federal and state requirements; a
candidate must provide proof of eligibility to work in the
United States if selected for hire.
These positions are subject to a background check.