Division/College: College of Social Sciences and Humanities
FT/PT: Part Time
Teach undergraduate courses in the American Sign Language Program, such as ASL; deaf culture, history, or literature and linguistics courses.
Master's degree in a related field strongly preferred. Fluency in American Sign Languages required. ASLTA or RID-certified strongly preferred. Three to five years of teaching experience in ASL, or interpreting strongly preferred. Cross-cultural understanding and excellent communication skills required. Positions available contingent upon enrollment, funding and programmatic need.
Requisition Number: PTFR000444
Internal Number: 56718
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