Regional Centers (Middletown Campus): English Language Center Specialist to provide instruction to students in the intensive English language program and participate in cultural activities.
Require: Master's degree in TESOL or related field or a bachelor’s degree with a combination of three of the following or a master’s degree in any field and any two of the following:
TEFL or TESOL certificate (120 hours)
5 or more years of ESL/ELL classroom/international experience;
5 or more years of experience living, studying, and teaching in a foreign country;
5 or more years of experience developing and publishing ESL/educational 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, educating, leading young learners and adults from diverse backgrounds.
Experience in these knowledge/skills/abilities may be earned concurrently. Position is not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
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