The English Language Institute (ELI) is a leader in the field of English as a Second Language. With an annual enrollment of over 1,800 students, the ELI offers intensive English certificate programs for degree-seeking students, business professionals, and general English language learners. The ELI also offers specialized programs in PreMBA, legal English, teacher training, executive English, foreign university credit-bearing study abroad courses, and student learning support courses. Appropriately qualified supplemental classroom instructors may be assigned courses within any of these areas.
Under the general oversight of either the Associate Director for Academic Programs or the Associate Director for the Intensive English Program (IEP), the supplemental classroom instructor teaches 8.5 contact hours per week per class assigned. For each class, the supplemental instructor is responsible for all lesson and material preparation, grading, student advisement, professional development opportunities—as well as all professional and administrative session duties associated with being an ELI instructor (e. g., attending faculty meetings, participating in professional development opportunities, departmental functions such as graduation ceremonies, cultural activities for students, new student intake duties, and end of session test administration).
Qualifications for the position include: a master’s degree in either Teaching English as a Second Language or Applied Linguistics. In addition, successful candidates for the position must have classroom experience in an IEP; strong written and oral communication; and demonstrated excellence in teaching multiple levels and skill areas.
Additional Salary Information: $4,832 per course for qualified applicants
About University of Delaware English Language Institute
UD is a publicly-supported, privately-governed institution. The College of Arts & Sciences is one of seven colleges at the University. It offers degree programs at the bachelor, master’s and doctoral levels.