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- Works under the general supervision of the Department Chair. Coordinates the Unit Mastery sections of the department’s LING 102 (Introduction to the Study of Language), LING 105 (Language Endangerment) and LING 150B (Language in Hawaii and the Pacific) courses. Responsibilities include supervising the Unit Mastery room during testing hours (M-F 9am-2pm), training and coordinating graduate assistants, maintaining and increasing enrollment, and revising and preparing reading and testing materials (with approval of the curriculum committee), and assisting in redeveloping curriculum and testing procedures.
- Ph.D. in Linguistics, previous experience teaching introductory courses in linguistics, superior organizational and writing skills.
- Familiarity with courses requiring self-directed study, familiarity with web-based course instruction, expertise with spreadsheets, expertise with computer-based testing and instruction, experience developing introductory texts for linguistics courses, experience with languages of the Pacific.
- Hiring Chair, Linguistics Department
- 1890 East-West Road, Moore 569
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Kamil Deen; 808-956-8602; firstname.lastname@example.org
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