Interpreter Training Program Lecturer

Employer: 
Troy University
Address Line 1: 
317 Hawkins Hall
Location: 
Troy, Alabama
Job Type: 
Full-Time
Start Date: 
As soon as possible
Qualifications: 
Minimum Qualifications 1. Master's degree in Interpreter Education or related field 2. Experience teaching ASL and/or Interpreting in an education/community/agency setting 3. Experience in the use of educational technology and/or distance learning 4. Experience in curriculum program management and development 5. Demonstrated evidence of successful collaboration with one of the following: school systems, community agencies, and other organizations 6. Demonstrated evidence of professional involvement in the field Preferred Qualifications 1. An earned doctorate in Interpreter Education or related field 2. National certification in interpreting and/or ASLTA certification 3. Ability to address grant opportunities 4. Demonstrated leadership and membership in national professional organizations such as RID, ASLTA, & NAD and CIT (Conference of Interpreter Trainers)
Compensation Range: 
Based on credentials and experience
How to Apply: 
Apply online at www.troyuniversityjobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=52380
Email Resume To: 
itp@troy.edu
Website: 
www.troyuniversityjobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=52380
Description: 

The College of Education at Troy University, Troy, Alabama is seeking candidates for a full-time non-tenure track position at the Lecturer/Distinguished Lecturer level, or tenure track position at the Assistant/Associate/Full professor level position in the undergraduate Sign Language Interpreer Training Program (ITP). ITP faculty will be housed in the Department of Education and will report to the Chair of the Department of Education. Responsibilities include teaching, academic advisement, recruiting students and aiding in language immersion opportunities, and supporting program-related student organizations. The successful candidate must exhibit communication and leadership skills in all activities. These activities should include open lines of communication with faculty, staff, students, administration, Deaf community, regional support systems, state and federal agencies, and groups/individuals within the university and global community. 

Work Hours:

Teach 5 classes and maintain a minimum of 10 office hours per week 

 

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