January 29, 2012

Job: American Sign Language Lecturer, UCLA

From http://linguistlist.org/jobs/get-jobs.cfm?JobID=93600&SubID=4539627

UCLA has recently approved the introduction of ASL courses into its undergraduate curriculum. The UCLA Department of Linguistics invites applications for a two-year half time lecturer position in American Sign Language (ASL) starting Fall 2012. This is a teaching position that will involve designing and teaching a one year (three quarter) sequence of ASL instruction (one course per quarter). The salary for the position will range between $27,000-$30,000, and position comes with full UCLA benefits. The position requires native or near- native ASL skills and a strong background in ASL teaching.

The individual appointed may also have the possibility of teaching an 8 week intensive summer course in ASL, if there is sufficient enrollment for the course. This 8 week course will carry a salary in the range of $8,000-$9,000.

Application deadline: UCLA will start evaluating applications starting February 20, 2011, but the position is open until filled.

View the full job posting at http://linguistlist.org/jobs/get-jobs.cfm?JobID=93600&SubID=4539627

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