Arabic Lab Instructor Pool « Position Deleted on 6/30/2014 »
|Institution:||Howard Community College|
Arabic Lab Instructor Pool
Howard Community College
About Howard Community College:
Howard Community College (HCC) is an exciting place to work, learn, and grow! HCC was awarded the distinction as a 2009 Great College to Work For, the 2007 U.S. Senate Productivity Award and the 2007 TOPS #1 Maryland Employer.
Howard Community College values diversity among its faculty, staff and student population. We are an innovative institution that is committed to responding to the ever-changing needs and interests of a diverse and dynamic community. No matter where you want to go in your career, you can get there from here!
The World Languages area at Howard Community College is seeking creative, outgoing individuals to be included in a pool to hire Arabic Lab Instructors. Lab Instructors teach or co-teach the fifty-minute Lab component of the Arabic class. They create and lead activities that bring students to practice what is being learned in class through oral/aural-focused activities and conversation and evaluate students speaking and listening abilities. This pool will be utilized to fill Lab Instructor openings and will be accessed when a need arises.
Required: Communicative ability in English, advanced ability in Arabic, ability to use common language technology, and some teaching or tutoring experience.
Preferred: Bachelors or Masters degree, teaching experience, and experience using media and technology in the classroom.
Hours Per Week: 1 - 12 per week.
Work Schedule: Varies based on need.
Please be sure to attach the following:
2) Cover LetterTo be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.hccjobs.org
Howard Community College is committed to valuing diversity and recognizes the critical role of an educational institution in preparing its students, faculty, and staff to become contributing members of the global community. The Diversity Committee promotes conversation, exchange, and an increased awareness of diversity issues affecting the college community.
"We acknowledge that diversity is more than a concept or philosophy; it is a way of being. Diversity is recognizing, appreciating, respecting, listening to and learning from the unique talents and contributions of all people."