Italian Language Positions

- in CT and elsewhere -
      
2008 - Summer





The Italian American Committee on Education - IACE
686 Park Avenue, Lower Level – New York, NY 10065

cerca un 

DIRETTORE ESECUTIVO

Si richiedono:

 

1.     Laurea conseguita in Italia o Stati Uniti, con ottima conoscenza dell'italiano e dell'inglese, scritto e parlato;

2.     Conoscenza del sistema scolastico italiano e americano;

3.     Esperienza d'insegnamento della lingua italiana;

4.     Cittadinanza americana o residenza permanente negli USA;

5.     Esperienza nella gestione e supervisione di programmi linguistici e nella preparazione e gestione di bilanci.

 

Per ulteriori informazioni e piena descrizione del profilo professionale richiesto (position description) visitare il sito: www.iacelanguage.org

 

Inviare il Curriculum Vitae con lettera di accompagnamento, entro il 31 luglio 2008, all'attenzione del Presidente dello IACE, Dr. Berardo Paradiso, al seguente indirizzo:

Italian American Committee on Education – IACE

686 Park Avenue, Lower Level – New York, NY 10065

Tel (212) 772.8755

e-mail: info@iacelanguage.org

 



New York City
Administrative Assistant at Columbia University

Italian at Columbia <italian@columbia.edu> wrote:

The Department of Italian at Columbia University is seeking an Administrative Assistant.   Candidates must have a minimum of two years of relevant work experience and must speak Italian, among other qualifications listed in the job description.  Please see the following link for more details:

*jobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=111105 *

*ALL applications must be submitted via the link above.  No paper  applications will be accepted.*

 Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

 Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.



THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK - CAREER OPPORTUNITY

Queens College
Coordinator for Academic and Cultural Programs
(Assistant to Higher Education Officer) 

Location/DepartmentThe John D. Calandra Italian American Institute of
Queens College/CUNY

Position Detail Managerial and Professional
FLSA StatusNon-exempt
Compensation $32,197 - $36,318 commensurate with experience.
Web Site www.qc.cuny.edu
Notice Number MP15290
Closing Date 9/8/08

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND DUTIES
The Coordinator for Academic and Cultural Programs will work closely with
and provide support to the Associate Director for Academic and Cultural
Programs and the Dean. Under their direction he or she will assist in the
development and implementation of scholarly and cultural programs, assist
in research projects, and assist in the Institute's communications such as
the newsletter and web site. Participates in the preparation, coordination,
and distribution of The Italian American Review, the Institute's social
science journal.

Assists in the development and implementation of public programs such as
lectures, readings, film screenings, symposia, conferences, exhibitions,
etc., including scheduling, coordinating with invited guests, writing for
print publication and the Web; assists in the writing of research projects,
reports, articles, institute communications (such as the newsletter and Web
site), and grant proposals as well as seeking other modes of research
funding; serves as a resource to local, regional, private, and public
sector agencies regarding academic and cultural issues; and performs other
related duties as assigned by the Dean.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor's degree in social science or humanities, or other related
discipline required. Must show a demonstrated excellence in writing.
Desirable qualifications include: strong interpersonal and communication
skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of
constituencies including scholars, artists, and the general public;
familiarity with issues relating to the Italian-American community;
knowledge of Italian language; and ability to update a Web site, using HTML
or other Web editing software preferred.

TO APPLYSend resume, cover letter, and three letters of recommendation
(names, addresses and e-mails of three professional references) by mail
only to:

Anthony Julian Tamburri, Dean
John D. Calandra Italian American Institute
Queens College/CUNY
25 West 43rd Street, 17th Floor
New York, N.Y. 10036

The City University of New York
An Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Immigration Reform and
Control Act/
Americans with Disabilities Act Employer
 



CUNY  in N.Y.
Associate  and  Professor

DUTIES:   Teach  all  levels  of  Italian  language.  Participate  in  departmental  and  college  activities,  such  as  curriculum  development,  grant  writing,  assessment,  faculty  development  and  mentoring  student  projects.  Productive  scholarship  expected.  Evening/Weekend  schedule  may  be  required.  

 

QUALIFICATIONS:  Ph.D.  required  for  professorial  titles.  For  Associate  and  Professor,  the  candidate  must  have  a  record  of  significant  achievement  in  the  field.  Ph.D.  preferred  but  individuals  with  master¹s  degree  and  doctoral  work  in  progress  may  be  considered  for  hire  as  instructor.  Persons  appointed  to  the  instructor  title  are  only  eligible  for  five  annual  appointments.  Appointment  to  a  professorial  title  subsequent  to  service  as  instructor  will  only  be  considered  if  the  candidate  has  obtained  he  qualifications  for  professorial  ranks  as  stated  above.  Instructors  with  ABD  preferred.  Knowledge  of  current  language  teaching  methodology  &  technology  preferred.  

 

SALARY:   Instructor:  $  35,657  ‐ $57,342  

Assistant  Professor:  $  38,081  ‐ $67,092  

Associate  Professor:  $  50,321  ‐ $80,020  

Professor:  $  62,268  ‐ $95,997  

 

REFER  TO  BMCC  VACANCY  #1225  AND  FORWARD  TWO  (2)  RESUMES  ALONG  WITH  TWO  (2)  COVER  LETTERS  TO:  

 

Office  of  Human  Resources  

Search  Committee  ‐‐ Italian  

Borough  of  Manhattan  Community  College/CUNY  

199  Chambers  Street,  New  York,  NY  10007  

 



Skidmore  College, Saratoga  Springs,  NY
Visiting  Assistant  Professor  (in  Italian)
 

Foreign  Languages  &  Literatures    

A  oneyear  position  in  ITALIAN  for  a  Visiting  Assistant  Professor/Instructor  for  the  200809  academic  year  for  an  energetic  instructor  committed  to  teaching  Italian  at  all  levels.  Priority  will  be  given  to  candidates  with  demonstrated  excellence  in  teaching  at  the  college  level.  Ph.D.  or  A.B.D.,  with  native  or  nearnative  fluency,  open  specialization,  and  familiarity  with  the  use  of  technology  in  the  classroom  highly  desirable.  Review  of  applications  will  begin  April  1,  2008.  Send  cover  letter,  CV,  academic  file,  and  3  letters  of  recommendations  to:  Prof.  Giuseppe  Faustini,  Search  Committee,  Department  of  Foreign  Languages  and  Literatures,  Skidmore  College,  815  North  Broadway,  Saratoga  Springs,  NY  (USA)  128661632    



Classroom Teacher Job Listing
      School District:  Newtown, CT
    Telephone:  203-426-7620


      Position:  Classroom Teacher
      Subject Area:  Foreign Languages
      Beginning Date:  8 / 15 / 2007
      Deadline Date:  7 / 10 / 2008 **
      Teaching Certificate 1:  Spanish, 7-12 (023)
      Notify School:  I am Interested in this Job****
      Description:
      Full-time Spanish teaching position at Newtown High School. Must hold
      Connecticut certification, dual certification in French or Italian
      preferred. Send letter of interest, resume, three letters of reference,
      transcripts (may be unofficial), and copy of certification to: Charles S.
      Dumais, Principal, Newtown High School, 12 Berkshire Road, Sandy Hook, CT, 06482.



Classroom Teacher Job Listing
      School District:  Newtown
    Telephone:  203-426-7620


      Position:  Classroom Teacher
      Subject Area:  Foreign Languages
      Beginning Date:  8 / 15 / 2008
      Deadline Date:  5 / 30 / 2008 **
      Teaching Certificate 1:  Spanish, 7-12 (023)
      Teaching Certificate 2:  Italian, 7-12 (020)
      Description:
      Newtown High School, Italian/Spanish Teaching Position (FT). 7-12 CT
     Certification. Please send letter of interest, resume, 3 letters of
      recommendation, and transcripts to: Charles S. Dumais, Principal, Newtown
      High School, 12 Berkshire Road, Sandy Hook, CT 06482.



Classroom Teacher Job Listing
   School District:  New Haven
  Telephone:  203-946-8808


      Position:  Classroom Teacher
      Subject Area:  Foreign Languages
      Beginning Date:  9 / 2 / 2008
      Deadline Date:  8 / 15 / 2008 **
      Teaching Certificate 1:  French, 7-12 (018)
      Teaching Certificate 2:  Italian, 7-12 (020)
      Contact Email:  karen.defur@new-haven.k12.ct.us
      Notify School:  I am Interested in this Job****
      Description:
      New Haven Public School District is seeking a CT certified full time
      Italian/French teacher for a high school opening. Contact: Ms. Karen deFur,
      Supervisor of World Languages, Gateway Center, 54 Meadow St., New Haven, CT 06519. Telephone 203-946-7591.



Classroom Teacher Job Listing
     School District:  Bozrah
   Telephone:  860-887-2561


      Position:  Classroom Teacher
      Subject Area:  Foreign Languages
      Beginning Date:  8 / 27 / 2008
      Deadline Date:  6 / 12 / 2008 **
      Teaching Certificate 1:  Spanish, 7-12 (023)
      Teaching Certificate 2:  French, 7-12 (018)
      Teaching Certificate 3:  Italian, 7-12 (020)
      Contact Email:  mscott@bozrah.org
      Notify School:  I am Interested in this Job****
      Description:
      Position is .5 World Language Teacher for Grades 7 and 8
      .5 Spanish or
      .5 French or
      F/T Italian
      Position will be filled pending Budget approval. Send completed
      application (available at fmsbozrahct.org), copy of certification, resume,
      and three letters of reference to:
      Dr. Maureen McLaughlin Scott
      Superintendent/Principal
      Fields Memorial School
      P. O. Box 185
      Bozrah, CT 06334
 



Northampton, MA
Smith College

Lecturer in Italian Language

Smith College invites applications for a one-year lecturer position in Italian beginning in the Fall 2008.  Candidates must hold a Ph.D. or be A.B.D. in Italian Language and Literature, or a Masters in Second Language Acquisition.  Native or near-native proficiency with expertise in language teaching and pedagogy required.  Knowledge of computer assisted instruction desirable.  The successful applicant will be expected to teach five courses a year in Italian language at all levels, be involved in day-to-day teamwork with colleagues teaching the same courses and be willing to learn about and implement new technologies. We are committed to our program and expect all faculty to participate fully in all Italian Department activities, including regular contact with students.

Send cover letter and c.v. via e-mail to abotta@email.smith.edu subject line "One Year Italian Position." 

Three letters of reference and a copy of your transcript must be mailed or faxed  (413 - 585-3415) to
Jeanne West, Administrative Assistant, Department of Italian, Hatfield Hall, Smith College, Northampton, MA  01063.  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

Smith College is a member of the Five College Consortium with Amherst, Hampshire and Mount Holyoke Colleges and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.  Smith College is an equal opportunity employer encouraging excellence through diversity.

 





 

 

 

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