ASSISTANT VISITING PROFESSOR
- University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
- Location details
- Milwaukee, WI
- Position type
- Professor, Assistant
- Organization type
- 4-year college or university
- Employment category
- Tenure Status
- Non-tenure track
ASSISTANT VISITING PROFESSOR
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Position Number: 02303635
Introduction (Description of School/College/Dept/Program)
The Linguistics Department at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee has research and teaching specializations in phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). We offer an undergraduate major, Master’s degree programs in Linguistics and in TESOL, and a doctoral degree program in Linguistics, as well as certificate programs for TESOL. We have several dedicated laboratories, with equipment for high-quality sound recordings, psycholinguistics experiments, ultrasound imaging and eye-tracking.
Pending final budgetary and administrative approval, the Department of Linguistics at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee seeks to hire an Assistant Visiting Professor in Linguistics for the 2022-2023 academic year. Duties include teaching four courses, two per semester, in the subject areas of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, bilingualism, and language and society. Additional duties include serving on departmental committees, coordinating relationships with local community agencies who teach adult learners of English, advising TESOL students in the MA and certificate programs, and advising doctoral students in areas of expertise.
- Ph.D. in Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, TESOL, or related field, with specialization in an area related to second language acquisition or TESOL, is required by the start date.
- Evidence of ability to teach university courses related to TESOL, bilingualism, and language and society
- Previous experience teaching English to adult learners
- Research specialization in TESOL practices and methodology
- Demonstrated record of scholarly achievement, including publications in peer-reviewed journals
- Evidence of ability to teach university courses in general linguistics
Applicants should submit a CV; cover letter with brief statements of teaching, research, and contributions to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion; and contact information for two references.
In instances where the Search and Screen Committee is unable to ascertain from a candidate’s application materials whether the applicant meets any of the qualifications, the applicant will be evaluated as not meeting such qualifications.
This is a continuous recruitment. Please note that the review of applications will begin on May 12, 2022. Applications received after May 11, 2022, may not receive consideration.
For this position, applicants are required to apply online. UWM will not consider paper, emailed or faxed applications. Additionally, applicants must complete all required fields and attach any required documents. The process is complete when the message “Your application has been submitted” is displayed and you receive a confirmation number.
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UWM is a State agency and subject to Wisconsin’s Open Records Law. UWM will not, however, reveal the identities of applicants who request confidentiality in writing except as may be required by Wisconsin’s Open Records law. In certain circumstances, the identities of “final candidates” and/or the identity of the appointed applicant must be revealed upon request.
CBC and Reference Check Policy
Employment will require a criminal background check. UWM takes the prevention of sexual misconduct seriously. As such, you and your references will be required to answer questions regarding any past findings of sexual violence and sexual harassment or any pending allegations of sexual violence or sexual harassment.
Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (Clery Act)
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In compliance with federal law, all persons at the time of their start date will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.
Title and Total Compensation Project
The University of Wisconsin System is engaged in a Title and Total Compensation (TTC) project to redesign job titles and compensation structures. As a result of the TTC project, official job titles on current job postings may change in 2021. Job duties and responsibilities will remain the same. For more information please visit: wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/title-and-total-compensation-study/
To apply, please visit: https://jobs.uwm.edu/postings/34272
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