Posted: Apr 14, 2021
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Lecturer in Modern Hebrew

Application Deadline: Jul 6, 2021
Languages

The Department of Jewish, Islamic, and Middle Eastern Studies (JIMES) at Washington University in St. Louis announces an opening in Hebrew language instruction to be filled at the rank of Lecturer beginning in the fall semester of 2021. We are seeking a professional language teacher with a serious commitment to teaching languages for academic purposes while developing pedagogical materials and incorporating technological innovations into the curriculum. This is a full-time appointment, which includes the equivalent of at least 12 credit hours of teaching per semester and other duties associated with the language program. Renewals are contingent on successful reviews.

PhD, MA, or equivalent in related field; native or near-native fluency in Hebrew and English; foreign language instruction experience, and an oral proficiency-based approach are required.

Facility with additional MENAS language a plus. 

You may apply for this position through Interfolio at... apply.interfolio.com/86181   Applications will begin being reviewed by the search committee on Monday, May 3.

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