Interpreting Lecturer:

Interpreting Lecturer:
The College of Education has an opening for a full-time, academic career-track Lecturer to teach sections of ASL-English Interpreting and coordinate field placements throughout Arizona. Lecturers can expect to provide skill-based feedback to students, advise students, participate in outreach, participate in program meetings to support the goals of the Deaf Studies program, and participate in the screening and selection of students in the ASL-English educational interpreting emphasis.

The successful candidate will teach four ASL-English interpreting courses and/or facilitate field experiences each semester onsite in Tucson, Arizona (80%), perform service responsibilities (20%), have a knowledge of current trends and best practices in teaching ASL-English interpreting to traditional and adult learners, and a commitment to excellence in teaching and service. We seek an individual who can use both American Sign Language (ASL) and written and/or spoken English as instructional languages, an ability to work collaboratively with colleagues in the program, is able to guide students in the learning process toward achievement of ASL-English interpreting proficiency, has experience with technology, and is able to modify course curriculum for online or in-person teaching.

Candidates who have native or near-native fluency in ASL and/or who are Deaf are strongly encouraged to apply. This career-track position is not eligible for tenure. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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