Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center Pashto/Punjabi Teachers Needed
Responsibilities: Intensive student-centered environment with diverse opportunities for faculty development. Teaching students listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills, as well as geopolitical, economic and social issues, in an immersion-proficiency based environment. Teach four to six hours a day in a 40-hour workweek,
Qualifications: An academic rank will be determined on the basis of applicant qualifications. Applicants must have near native language proficiency and strong English skills. Oral Proficiency Interview will be conducted. See http://www.govtilr.org/ for further info. Must achieve 2 in English and 3 in target language.
Four year accredited university degree is the minimum requirement. Related degrees in foreign language education, linguistics, MATFL/TESOL, language, literature, education, educational psychology, or educational administration etc. are preferred. (MA or higher preferred.) Some exceptions may be considered
The Institute: The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. It is a year-round school specializing in foreign languages. Offering 20+ languages to approximately 3,000+ students from the four military services.
*Who May Apply: Anyone can apply. Applicants must have the ability to obtain authorization to work in the United States. Applications are accepted year-round; please see our institute website for current language openings.
If possible, please bring an updated resume to the Job-fair site – see sample resume that is attached to this flyer.
How to apply: Vacancy Announcements can be found by searching www.armycivilianservice.com. Click on “Army Job Search” link then type in the “What ” block Pashto, or the language you would like to teach. For institute information visit our website at www.dliflc.edu. If you have questions after reviewing our announcement, please contact Richard Hidalgo: Ricardo.firstname.lastname@example.org. Salary based on Faculty Pay System Schedule for DLIFLC and is dependent on education and experience. Variable start dates throughout the year.
Benefits: Tenure-track faculty receive group health and life insurance options; retirement plan including a retirement savings plan similar to a 401K. Full-time faculty members also receive paid federal holidays, 13 paid vacation and 13 paid sick days per year.
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