Adjunct Faculty - Modern Languages - Chinese (pooled position)
Job no: 496333
Work type: Adjunct Faculty
Categories: Human Resources
The Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures welcomes applications for adjunct faculty instructors in Chinese for Fall 2023 and beyond. This position would be responsible for teaching first through third-year language courses, course availability varies depending on schedule and departmental needs. The Citadel’s goal is to build long-term relationships with high-quality part-time faculty members who are committed to developing principled, well-rounded leaders who appreciate the value of being culturally and linguistically proficient in world languages other than their own.
This job posting is not for a specific assignment or for a full-time faculty position, but rather for a pool of candidates who may be considered.
The position requires near native fluency in both English and Chinese. A Master’s degree in Chinese or a Master's degree in another subject with 18 hours of graduate-level study in Chinese or equivalent.
Experience with undergraduate teaching and the learning management system Canvas preferred.
About The Citadel College:
The Citadel, also known as the Military College of South Carolina, is a public senior military college located in Charleston, South Carolina. Founded in 1842, The Citadel has a rich history and educational reputation. With our current location on the banks of the Ashley River in downtown Charleston, you are close to great restaurants, shopping and much more. Ranked #1 Public College in the South (U.S. News & World Report, 2022) for schools with up to a master’s degree, the opportunities are endless.
There are about 2,300 undergraduate students who make up the South Carolina Corps of Cadets. Out of the Corps of Cadets, 1 out of 3 graduates earn a military commission. Students can choose from 31 Majors, 57 Minors, pre-health professions, and pre-law (a concentration in political science). The 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio guarantees students a quality education. Another 1,000 students attend the Graduate College, evening and online programs.
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