Ranked Faculty - American Sign Language and Interpreting Department - Bachelor Degree Program
We seek creative, collaborative faculty dedicated to excellent teaching and scholarly activity in the field of teaching American Sign Language (ASL). The School of Humanities, Arts and Sciences invites applicants for a full-time, rolling contract, ranked faculty position with the American Sign Language & Interpreting Department beginning in Fall 2017, pending budget approval. Rank and salary commensurate with education and experience.
The ASL & Interpreting department of St. Catherine University (St. Kate's) is proud of its 34 year history of contributions and continued commitment to ASL and interpreter education. The department includes five full-time and ten adjunct faculty, two lab assistants and a Program Coordinator/Interpreter. St. Kate's has been awarded funding from the U. S. Department of Education (RSA) since 1999 serving as a regional center for interpreter education and member of the National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers. In 2016, St. Kate's was awarded two awards with national focus, the first a $4,000,000 award to create an Experiential Learning Model Demonstration Center and Consortium, and the second $2,000,000 to create the Behavioral Health Interpreting Project in collaboration with ADARA and the Alabama State Department of Mental Health. St. Kate's has a national reputation and is known for its innovative programming and faculty research and scholarly work in ethics and decision making, Deaf Interpreting, and evidence based ASL and interpreting teaching practices. St. Catherine University hosted the first conference on Deaf Interpreting during the summer of 2015, bringing over 200 Deaf interpreters from around the country to campus. St. Kate's values and enjoys partnerships with vibrant Deaf and interpreting communities, where activism and community involvement is highly valued.
Responsibilities: Teach six undergraduate ASL courses per year; advise students; curriculum revision for courses taught; mentoring of adjunct ASL faculty; ASL placement interviews, scholarly presentations and publications and department/university service.
Required: MA in teaching ASL or related field, college level ASL teaching experience.
Preferred: Ph.D. in ASL Studies, Deaf Studies, Curriculum and Instruction, Linguistics, Education or related fields; ASLTA (or CDI) certification; experience in assessment, distance learning, curriculum development, and teaching experience with adult learners.
St. Catherine University seeks creative, adaptable faculty who enjoy working in a university climate that promotes cultural diversity and multicultural understanding. Candidates of color are encouraged to apply as are those who will contribute to a diverse candidate pool. Consistent with the university's Catholic identity, its commitment to women, diversity and social justice, preference will be given to candidates who manifest these themes in their teaching, research and service.
St. Catherine University in St. Paul/Minneapolis is a comprehensive Catholic university with the nation's largest college for women at its center. Founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in 1905, the University integrates liberal arts and professional education within the Catholic traditions of intellectual inquiry and social teaching. Committed to excellence and opportunity, St. Catherine enrolls over 5,200 students in associate, baccalaureate, master's and doctoral programs in both traditional day and weekend formats. Associate and Graduate programs enroll both women and men.
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