Regional Dean’s Office: (Middletown Campus) English Language Center: Assistant Director to provide specific support for the day-to-day operations of the English Language Center (ELC) and related programs on all Regional campuses. Additionally, the Assistant Director participates in the marketing and development of the ELC and its programs.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Manages day-to-day operations of the English Language Center; researches, develops and launches new English Language Center programs; develops marketing materials for the promotion of English Language Center and maintains center social media presence; conducts market research of potential markets and student recruitment in new locations; establishes and maintains stakeholder communication channels on and off campus; plans and leads extracurricular activities and events on and off campus and student orientations
Require: The Assistant Director MUR-ELC will possess a master’s degree in TESOL (or a derivative). In lieu of the master’s in TESOL, a master’s degree (in any field) with extensive global educational/training experience in higher education and/or corporate education with an English language element and a combination of three or more of the following will suffice:
Master’s degree in language related field
TEFL or TESOL certificate (120 hours)
5 or more years of ESL/ELL classroom experience
5 or more years of experience living and teaching in a foreign country in the ESL environment
5 or more years of experience developing and publishing ESL related materials
5 or more years of experience teaching online or use of LMS platforms in ESL-related courses
5 or more years of experience working with young learners and adults from diverse backgrounds
(experience can be gained concurrently)
Also require: proficiency of Microsoft Office and Google docs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Docs); excellent communication skills (written, verbal, presentation); leadership skills; working knowledge of SNSs, LMSs, and MOOCs; excellent ability to understand and use English grammar terms; proctoring experience or knowledge of various English language assessments (TOEFL IPT, TOEFL iBT, TOEFL PBT, IELTS, iTEP, ACT); ability and experience in developing in-house language assessment instruments; experience in developing, implementing, and assessing curricula; experience developing and leading staff and faculty training sessions; willingness to learn web site or SNSs development and content generation; passion for global education and working with multi-cultural groups; entrepreneurial spirit in the development of short courses and specialized seminars as related to the ESL, IEP, ELL, ESP fields. Position is not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
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