How to Apply
In addition to applying via the on-line University of Michigan Careers website, please submit:
-- Resume/curriculum vitae
-- Application letter in Italian including a description of teaching experience
-- UM academic transcript (unofficial is fine)
-- Student course evaluations from any course(s) taught
-- 2 to 3 letters of recommendation
Submit all documents to firstname.lastname@example.org, or
RLL GSI Hiring Committee
812 E Washington St
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1275
The Department of Romance Languages and Literatures seeks applications from qualified UM Graduate Student to teach Elementary Italian for the Fall 2022 term.
Successful applicants will teach one section of Elementary Italian under the direction of a language coordinator for a 50% GSI appointment.
Sections meet Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Responsibilities also include, but are not limited to, grading student coursework, attending section meetings, holding office hours, and corresponding with students via email.
Applicants should have some prior experience teaching Italian, some pedagogical training, and fluency or near native fluency in Italian and English.
Individuals with prior experience teaching Italian in RLL will be given priority consideration.
Desiree Laurencelle, email@example.com
Decision Making Process
We expect to make a decision on or around August 19, 2022.
All applications will be forwarded to the RLL GSI Hiring Committee. The Committee will make hiring recommendations to the Director of the Elementary Language Program.
GEO Contract Information
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