Writing and Language Development (Ten Lecturers)

Kean University

Jobs For Writers

Posted 1.16.13

Writing and Language Development (Ten Lecturers)

Kean University, a comprehensive New Jersey state university, is seeking faculty for its extension program in Wenzhou, China. Experienced teachers and active scholars or writers to teach extended-hours first-year composition along with related supplemental courses in major-specific as well as cross-disciplinary (general-education) written and oral academic discourse.  Master’s degree in English, Writing, Rhetoric, Composition Studies, TESL/TEFL or a related discipline and a minimum of one year of teaching experience at the post-secondary level required. Doctorate preferred. Additional qualifications or experience in computer science, finance, accounting or management preferred for faculty teaching supplemental courses focusing on the literature, terminology and professional discourse of those majors. 

See http://www.kean.edu/KU/Wenzhou-Kean-University-Positions for further details.

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