There are multiple vacant positions. The first application reviews have been conducted. Additional application reviews will occur periodically (approximately monthly) during the remainder of the posting.
Serves as a Chinese Mandarin language teacher at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) located on the Presidio of Monterey in Monterey, CA. DLIFLC offers intensive foreign language instruction in fourteen languages and dialects languages on a schedule that extends throughout the year. Courses are taught six hours per day, five days a week with the exception of federal holidays. Learn more about student life and our Institute in these videos.
All applications must be made via USAJobs, the federal government's official hiring website. Applicants who do not qualify for initial appointment at the Assistant Professor level may be eligible for appointment at the Instructor or Senior Instructor level.
Starting salary for Instructor is $72,795-77,861. Starting salary for Senior Instructor is $85,456-90,519. Starting salary for Assistant Professor is $87,986-93,051 per year.
DLIFLC provides high quality culturally based foreign language training to enhance the national security of the United States. As an accredited institution, it awards Associates of Arts and Bachelor degrees to qualified graduates. U.S. Citizenship is not required, although candidates must have work authorization for the U.S. Candidates wishing to use Optional Practical Training (OPT) work authorization may be considered. DLIFLC may be able to support candidates with an H1-B visa under certain circumstances.
- Please be sure to note all requirements and application procedures as contained on the official USAJobs vacancy announcement. If there are any discrepancies between this posting and that on the official USAJobs site, the USAJobs terms will prevail.
- Relocation expenses may be authorized subject to approval, funding, and federal regulations.
- Recruitment and Relocation incentives may be authorized subject to approval, funding, and federal regulations.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY STATEMENT
March 21, 2023
As Secretary of the Army, I am committed to developing and fostering an environment that promotes and reflects diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility. Individually, these concepts enhance the Army's ability to create cohesive teams, which is integral to building trust at all levels; collectively, they leverage the strength of our people, advance opportunity, and optimize talent. These concepts enable the Army to fight and win our Nation's wars. As an integral part of that mission, the Army must protect our own employees from unlawful discrimination, harassment, and retaliation to ensure continued success.
This equal employment opportunity (EEO) policy statement is a reminder that all Army employees are protected from unlawful discrimination. Army employees and applicants for employment are covered by Federal laws and Presidential Executive Orders designed to safeguard them from discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), parental status, national origin, age, disability, genetic information (family medical history), political affiliation, military service, or other non-merit-based factors. These protections extend to all management practices and employment decisions, including recruitment and hiring, performance appraisals, promotions, training, and career development programs. Consistent with these obligations, the Army provides reasonable accommodations to employees and applicants for functional limitations caused by disabilities, and for sincerely held religious beliefs, observances, and practices.
Army employees and applicants are also protected against retaliation. Consistent with Federal laws, acts of retaliation against an employee or applicant who engages in protected activity, such as reporting discrimination or harassment or participating in the EEO process, will not be tolerated. The Army will take prompt action if an employee or applicant is subjected to workplace discrimination, retaliation, or harassment (including sexual harassment).
We must be diligent in maintaining a workplace free from discrimination. This includes working to ensure that harassment, on any protected basis, does not occur within our Army. Army managers and supervisors play a critical role and have a responsibility to help prevent and eliminate harassment in the workplace, and all employees have a duty not to engage in harassing conduct and to report any such conduct if it occurs. Army employees or applicants who believe that they have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, or retaliation should contact their local EEO office.
It is incumbent upon all of us to ensure that the Army is a model employer and serves as an example of equity and inclusiveness for all workplaces, within and outside the Federal government. Likewise, each of us must take responsibility for implementing the Army's EEO policy and cooperating fully in its enforcement. In so doing, we reaffirm our collective commitment to a work environment free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.
Christine E. Wormuth
Secretary of the Army