Lecturer - American Sign Language Interpreting - (ADJ000352)

Employer
University of Houston
Location
Texas, United States
Salary
Salary Not Specified
Posted Date
Jan 15, 2020

View more

Position Type
Faculty Positions, Education, Special Education, Health & Medicine, Speech & Hearing Sciences, Humanities, English as a Second Language, Foreign Languages & Literatures, Other Humanities
Employment Type
Full Time


The American Sign Language Interpreting Program is hiring part-time lecturers for classroom instruction (day & evening) on an as needed basis. Instructional content areas of particular need are: American Sign Language level 1, American Sign Language level 2, American Sign Language level 3, American Sign Language level 4. The primary textbook used for instruction is the Signing Naturally series.

The University of Houston, with one of the most diverse student bodies in the nation, seeks to recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars. Applicants should provide a letter of interest, a list of professional references and a current curriculum vitae. Applicants should also provide a link to 3-5 minute video in ASL describing their teaching philosophy and qualifications.

The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disability are encouraged to apply.

Qualifications :

For lecturer positions, the Communication Sciences and Disorders department prefers a doctorate degree, and a minimum of a Master's degree with three or more years of teaching experience is required. Native or near-native proficiency in American Sign Language is required. ASLTA certification is preferred. Professional references will be contacted.

Notes to Applicant: Official transcripts are required for a faculty appointment and will be requested upon selection of final candidate. All positions at the University of Houston are security sensitive and will require a criminal history check.

Get job alerts

Create a job alert and receive personalized job recommendations straight to your inbox.

Create alert