English Adjunct (Esperanza)
Esperanza College of Eastern University seeks several individuals to serve in the role of English Adjunct. The English Adjunct will provide student instruction for the English Department’s English 101, English 102, and Global Literature curriculum. The curriculum blends ESL and College English, combining the skills in reading, writing and grammar to assure success in students’ courses within the college.
Esperanza College is a partnership between Esperanza and Eastern University. The college is located in a primarily Latino community in eastern North Philadelphia, just south of US Route 1, the Roosevelt Boulevard. Esperanza College offers a two-year liberal arts education culminating in an Associate in Arts degree with concentrations in Community and Human Services, Accounting, Middle Level Education with a Math or Science concentration, Early Childhood Education, Criminal Justice, and Medical Assisting.
The successful candidate will have:
• Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in English or other related field of study
• College level instructional experience in a multicultural and urban setting.
• Experience teaching ESL classes is preferred
• Ability to operate in concert with, the Mission and Doctrinal statements of Eastern University is required.
• Bilingual (fluent in written and spoken English and Spanish) preferred.
Interested candidates should email a resume to: Karen Santiago at email@example.com and please indicate English Professor in the subject line.
For more information, check us out on the web at: esperanza.eastern.edu
About Eastern University
Eastern University is a Christian university of the arts and sciences that integrates faith, reason and justice for students in its undergraduate, graduate, Seminary, urban, professional and international programs. Applicants should have a religious commitment compatible with our mission and community standards. The university complies with federal and state guidelines of nondiscrimination in employment; members of protected classes encouraged to apply.
This description is intended to describe the general level and nature of work performed by the person/people assigned to this position. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities of the person/people so assigned.