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- Lecturer Step A, for placement in department Lecturer Pool for Fall 2017, Spring 2018, and future semester contingent on course offerings, staffing needs, sufficient enrollment, and pending availability of funds.
- Teach elementary and/or advanced levels of Hawaiian language;
- Attend departmental meetings;
- Maintain at least one office hour per week for each course taught;
- Participate in language activities;
- And, other duties as assigned.
- Has attained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Hawaiian language.
- Has a high level of fluency in Hawaiian (400-level+) in the four areas: speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
- Is able to demonstrate significant knowledge and application of Hawaiian history, culture, and literature, and its link to Hawaiian language.
- Has demonstrated successful experience in teaching as substantiated by recent student evaluations, peer evaluations and/or current professional references.
- Is able to meet expectations in required curriculum for use in undergraduate courses in Kawaihuelani, and able to collaborate and contribute in curriculum development.
- Is able to communicate clearly and effectively in Hawaiian and English.
- Is capable to effectively exhibit time management with the ability to meet multiple deadlines.
- Has the ability to work effectively with students, faculty, staff and administration as well as to work collaboratively; and collegially with faculty, staff and administration as substantiated by recent student evaluations, peer evaluations and/or current professional references.
- Has extensive experience in teaching Hawaiian language courses.
- Has experience in developing Hawaiian language curriculum for use in undergraduate courses.
- Has significantly demonstrated fluency in written and spoken communication of Hawaiian.
- Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language
- Hawaiinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowlege, UHM
- Attn: Joseph Yamashita
- 2540 Maile Way, Spalding 253
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Dr. Annette K. Wong; email@example.com
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