[University of Utah] Instructor (Lecturer) of Korean
The Department of World Languages & Cultures at the University of Utah invites applications for a full-time, career-line Instructor (Lecturer) in Korean for a one-year term beginning July 1, 2023. Renewal is possible pending performance and funding approval. The teaching load is three courses per semester. The successful candidate will be prepared to teach Korean language courses at all levels, as well as content courses related to culture. The instructor will function as a team member, participating actively in curricular and program affairs and coordinating curriculum with other Korean section faculty.
The candidate must have an MA degree in Korean language instruction, Korean linguistics, Korean Studies, or a related field. PhD preferred. Demonstrated experience in teaching Korean as a second language at the university level and native or near-native fluency in both Korean and English are required. Experience with instructional technologies, up-to-date teaching methodologies, demonstration of active participation in the professional field, and familiarity with the North American educational context are highly desirable. The successful candidate may be appointed at the rank of Assistant Professor (Lecturer) depending on their level of qualifications.
Complete applications include the following documents: letter of application, curriculum vitae, 3 letters of recommendation, sample syllabi and evidence of teaching effectiveness, and a diversity statement.
Applications should be submitted here: https://employment.utah.edu/salt-lake-city-ut/instructor-lecturer-of-korean/949B75FB57DD48AAB3FB9644DB2760C3/job/
The search committee will review applications on a rolling basis but priority will be given to those submitted on or before May 16.
The Department of World Languages and Cultures recognizes the importance of cultural and individual diversity in its educational and training programs and strives to provide an optimal and inclusive working and learning environment for all faculty, staff, and students. This encompasses all aspects of diversity, including but not limited to age, color, disability status, ethnicity, gender, language, veteran status, national origin, race, religion, sexual or affectional orientation, and socioeconomic status.