Assistant Professor – (180682)
Job Category: Faculty
Department: World Languages
Closing Date: Nov 5, 2018, 12:59:00 AM
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Interested applicants are encouraged to apply for the position of Assistant Professor of Basque. This is a renewable, nine-month, tenure-line contract, with an initial heightened research workload consisting of 50% teaching (15 credits per year), 30% research/creative activity, and 20% service per year. The position start date is August 14, 2019.
You will have the opportunity to:
· Teach classes on Basque Language and/or Culture and/or History;
· Publish scholarly or creative work related to Basque Studies;
· Provide service to constituencies such as the Department of World Languages, the Basque Community in Boise, the College of Arts and Sciences, and Boise State University.
At a minimum you should have:
· Ph.D. in Basque Studies or a related field (ABD candidates will be considered);
· Experience teaching Basque language and/or culture and/or history at the undergraduate level;
· Native or near-native fluency in Basque, Spanish, and English;
· Ability to incorporate new technologies in the classroom;
· Commitment to professional development;
· Dedication to program building, including outreach to the local Basque Community;
· Cross-cultural sensitivity.
Preferentially, you will have:
· Familiarity with proficiency-oriented language instruction methodologies;
· Ability to teach Basque Culture classes in Spanish and Basque History classes in English
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Salary and benefits: $53,000 per year, plus an excellent benefits package, for more information visit: http://hrs.boisestate.edu/careers/benefits.
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Application deadline: November 4, 2018 at midnight MST.
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