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Assistant Professor of Spanish
DATE:   12/17/2012
JOB TITLE:   Asssistant Professor of Spanish
JOB STATUS:   FT
FLSA STATUS:   Exempt
WORK LOCATION:   Dunleavy
TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:   Chair-Modern Language
DEPARTMENT:   Modern Language
SECTOR:   Academic Affairs

SUMMARY:

Pending budget approval, Niagara University’s Department of Modern and Classical Languages invites applications for a tenure-track position in Spanish beginning August 2013. The area of specialization in any field of Latin American Literature, with a preference for 20th Century. Most importantly, the candidate should have a strong commitment to teaching, with an interest in teaching all levels of language, literature and culture at a liberal arts university. Preference will be given to candidates who would like to contribute to an interdisciplinary Latin American Studies minor. Native or near native fluency in Spanish and doctorate required.

Responsibilities include: a 3-3 teaching load; working collaboratively in the department, across the colleges and with the community to grow and continually improve the Spanish program; and actively participating in departmental and university affairs.

 

 



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