Position: Program Coordinator or Assistant Director for Summer 2012 Title, responsibilities, and wage dependent upon qualifications and potential OSEA is the Open School of Ethnography and Anthropology SELT is the School of Experimental Language Training
Remuneration includes: Housing & food during program, stipend, travel to location
Ideal Candidate: Graduate student in Second Language Acquisition, Applied Linguistics, Bi-Lingual Education, Anthropology, Latin/American Studies, Spanish, Performance Studies or related fields
Work Activities are ideal to be developed into a MA Thesis or Ph.D. Dissertation
Period of Employment:
On-site: Full time during program plus 1 week prior to start date &
5 days post-program
Off-site prior to summer program : variable.
Please send a current vita, three letters of recommendation, and a cover letter explaining your interest in and qualifications for the position, including discussion of any relevant experiences and how this position fits into your larger professional goals and personal agenda. If available please send any relevant publications, research prospectus/proposals, drafts of thesis/dissertation chapters, or other audio/visual products or documentation that demonstrates your experience, expertise or qualifications. Materials that must be returned will be at the cost of the applicant and should be sent with instructions for such. Follow up interviews will be scheduled and conducted via skype video call. Please send hard copies to Quetzil Castañeda, 2244 Martha Street, Bloomington IN 47408. In addition, an electronic version of your cover letter and vita must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The position for Summer 2012 is now open until filled.
Applications are being accepted and reviewed upon receipt.
Summer 2012 Program dates are: June 17 through July 28, 2012