Teaching courses each semester during Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters, collaborating with the TESOL program coordinator, and contributing to evaluation and reporting activities related to the program.
Candidates will be evaluated on:
(a) Experience teaching in preK and/or primary settings (or equivalent experiences).
(b) Experience in teaching and advising at the higher education level;
(c) Experience working with collegiality with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
Doctoral Degree in TESOL or related academic field (bi/multilingual education, applied linguistics, second language acquisition, etc.). Candidate must have demonstrated effectiveness in teaching TESOL courses at the college level, in working with linguistically and culturally diverse populations, and in collaborating with college faculty.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.
The University of Missouri (MU) College of Education is dynamically growing and changing. We are searching for individuals to join our team who share our commitment to teaching excellence, exceptional service to students and continuous quality improvement in an environment of civility and respect.
The College of Education is ranked among the top doctoral granting colleges of education in the c...ountry. Today, the College has a student population of approximately 1,100 undergraduates and 1,500 graduate students with 74 tenured/tenure-track and 27 full-time non-tenure track faculty members. The College recently completed a new strategic plan and is financially well positioned to invest in opportunities for innovative ideas in support of the plan. Annual expenditures for externally funded projects are approximately $15.5 million with funded projects in research, instruction and public service. Our research portfolio has increased significantly in recent years, and is poised for continued significant strategic growth. The College is a leader on the campus and is nationally recognized for its distance and online education programs.
About MU and the Surrounding Community:
MU is the oldest state university west of the Mississippi River and the largest of the four institutions in the University of Missouri System. In 1848, MU became the first public university in the nation to open a college specific to teacher preparation. Cultural diversity is an important goal supported by the Department, College, and MU. More information is available on the web at: education.missouri.edu
MU is located in Columbia, a metropolitan community of approximately 130,000 that has been rated by Money Magazine, Men’s Journal and MSN.COM as one of the best places to live in the U.S. MU has a student body of over 35,500, and is designated as a Carnegie Research University with very high research activity. MU is one of only six universities in the U.S. that is both the flagship and land grant institution housing medicine, veterinary medicine, and law on the same campus. As an AAU member institution since 1908, MU is recognized as one of the top research and educational institutions in the nation.