Adjunct Faculty in Japanese
Spring Semester 2018 (January 8 - May 2, 2018)
This position is available only to applicants who have a valid working visa in Japan (the position does not include visa sponsorship)
Salary & Benefits
In accordance with the pay scale determined and used in the program, plus transportation.
Overview of Position
This is a temporary position in the Adjunct Faculty in Japanese for the Undergraduate Program at Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ), teaching Japanese language courses that undergraduates are required to fulfill as part of their major. The student body is very diverse and the prospective instructor will have the opportunity to meet the challenge of teaching students from a variety of backgrounds with a range of Japanese proficiency levels.
For more information on the Japanese course description:
For more information on TUJ Undergraduate Programs:
TUJ offers Japanese language courses at all levels, from new beginners to near-native speakers. To meet the needs of students, the Adjunct Faculty teaches Japanese language courses at all levels.
Qualifications & Experiences
The ideal candidate must be fluent both in Japanese and English, has experience in teaching Japanese as a second language, as well as extensive experience in curriculum development. A Ph.D. in related fields is preferable, and qualifications in Japan language teaching are an advantage. Candidates already living in Japan will be considered first The candidates should be available for teaching on Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays or Tuesdays/Thursdays.
Review of applications will begin immediately. Please send applications to email@example.com with:
- a covering letter highlighting relevant experience and what appeals to you about the positions;
- full academic/professional c.v.;
- two references and their contact information.
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Only those applicants who make it past the initial review will be contacted.