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This listing is updated twice per month. Please note that this is a non-profit organization. We post your job announcement for free. Your job announcement will be posted in the order it is received. Your job announcement must relate to ESOL/TESOL and must be in New York State or surrounding areas. Please email NYS TESOL Technology Support for more information.

Title   ESL faculty (part time, deadline: July 1, 2016)
Organization:   Bell Language School
Location:       1535 McDonald Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11230
Description:    An ESL school for adults, located in Brooklyn, New York, is hiring qualified, experienced ESL teachers for morning classes from 8:30am-12:15pm and evening classes from 6:00pm-9:45pm Monday through Friday (5 days a week, 4 hours a day, 20 hours per week total). The upcoming session for which we are needing teachers begins on June 6, 2016.

Qualifications: The minimum requirements for teachers are: a bachelor's degree, a TEFL/TESOL certificate or equivalent, and at least 6 months of related teaching experience. We ideally are looking for candidates who are dynamic, motivated, and willing to work with students who have diverse cultural backgrounds. We need dependable, professional teachers who have a passion for teaching and facilitating learning and are looking for a positive working environment that is team-oriented.
Salary range:   Starting at $19.25/hour
Application Procedure:  For more information, please reply to this post with a resume and cover letter attached.
e-mail: resume@bellschool.org

Position Title: Director of the Center for Writing Excellence and Arts & Humanities Tutoring (full time, deadline: June 25, 2016)
Organization:   Drew University
Location:       Madison, New Jersey, United States, 07940
Description:    Director of the Center for Writing Excellence and Arts & Humanities Tutoring
Drew University
College of Liberal Arts
Drew University, a Phi Beta Kappa liberal arts university, includes the College of Liberal Arts, the Drew Theological School and the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies. Drew is located on a beautiful, wooded, 186-acre campus in Madison, New Jersey, a thriving small town close to New York City. It has a total enrollment of more than 2,000 students and has 145 full-time faculty members, 94% of whom hold the terminal degree in their field. The Theological and Caspersen Schools offer MA and PhD degrees and the College confers BA degrees in 30 disciplines.
Drew is dedicated to exceptional faculty mentorship, a commitment to connecting the campus with the community and a focus on experiential learning. Particularly noteworthy opportunities for undergraduates include the Charles A. Dana Research Institute for Scientists Emeriti (RISE), home of 2015 Nobel Prize Winner for Medicine and Drew Fellow William Campbell, the Drew Summer Science Institute, the Center for Civic Engagement, as well as the Wall Street Semester, Semester at the United Nations, Semester on Contemporary Art and Semester on Communications and Media in New York City and several international semester programs. The University also houses the Center for Civic Engagement, the Drew Summer Science Institute, the Center on Religion, Culture & Conflict, the Center for Holocaust/Genocide Study and the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, an independent professional theater, as well as the United Methodist Archives and History Center and one of the country's leading concentrations of materials on Willa Cather.
Drew University is seeking a Director of the Center for Writing Excellence and Arts & Humanities Tutoring. The Directorship is a service-oriented position that fulfills dual roles in the Office of Academic Services. First, providing leadership in the Center for Writing Excellence (CWE), the Director manages services to enhance the success of students in writing across the university. The Director monitors and implements existing and new programming to advance student writing skills, communicates regularly with faculty, and provides regular feedback on writing for students referred to the CWE. In this capacity, the Director teaches up to one course per semester, as needed, to train student writing tutors. The Director also assists the Associate Dean for Academic Services in support and monitoring of at-risk students referred to the CWE.
The CWE is a key component of the Center for Academic Excellence (CAE), the University's centralized resource for comprehensive and integrated academic support.
Therefore, the Director's second role is as a Co-Director of the CAE, working collaboratively with the Director of the Math and Science Resource Center and all staff in the CAE to oversee CAE programming and coordination of subject tutoring in the arts and humanities. CAE programming includes one-on-one and small group subject tutoring by a trained staff of student tutors. In this capacity, The Director oversees the training and supervision of all student tutors.
This is a full-time, 12-month position critical to student support and retention.

Qualifications: Qualifications:
Master's Degree in English, Writing, Education, or related discipline.
5-years experience in writing support services at the university level.
1 year experience in education administration, higher education experience preferred.
Experience in supplemental instruction and tutoring for at-risk populations preferred.
Experience in faculty development desired.
Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Qualities:
• High ethical standards and impeccable personal integrity;
• Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication and listening skills and ability to work in a team environment;
• Self-motivated, engaging in troubleshooting and strategic/critical thinking;
• Friendly, courteous and proactive in decision making in a highly dynamic and diverse university setting;
• Clear knowledge of study skills and the ability to promote this knowledge across content;
• Proficiency in MS Office Suite, with deep knowledge of Excel;
• Technological proficiency in data management systems preferred;
• Familiarity with MyWConline platform preferred;
• Familiarity with College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) standards for tutoring training.
Essential Functions:
• Manages day-to-day operations of the Center for Writing Excellence support programs;
• Manages the recruitment, interviewing, hiring, training and supervision of all Writing tutors;
• Manages the recruitment, interviewing, hiring and supervision of all subject tutors in the arts and humanities;
• Works with department heads and professors to recruit potential tutors and utilize resources appropriately;
• Oversight of the CAE online tutoring sign-in system;
• Manages payroll for all Writing tutors and subject tutors in the arts and humanities;
• Collaborates with Office of Accessibility Resources to utilize services efficiently;
• Coordinates and implements required training for all CAE tutors. Training must address specialized skills associated with one-on-one tutoring, group tutoring, and supplemental instruction;
• Supervises and evaluates tutors on a regular basis;
• Coordinates data collection and preparation of weekly reports for the Associate Dean for Academic Services;
• Provides end-of-semester and end-of-year assessment and evaluation to the Associate Dean for Academic Services;
• Collaborates with the academic coaching program in assisting in development and implementation of appropriate study strategies to promote literacy skills course content;
• Functions well in a fast-paced environment and has the ability to work evening hours and some weekends;
• With the approval of the Dean of Academic Services, the Director may teach additional courses beyond the expected two course expectation of this position, and receive the prevailing adjunct salary for any additional teaching;
• Supports and monitors academic progress of students referred by the Associate Dean for Academic Services;
• Other duties as assigned by the Associate Dean for Academic Services.

Salary range:   DOE
Application Procedure:  To apply, please send your cover letter, resume and 3 references to HR0516-10@Drew.edu.

To enrich education through diversity, Drew University is an AA/EOE. In accordance with Department of Homeland Security regulations, successful applicant must be authorized to work in the United States. This position is subject to a background check.

Position Title: ESOL Teacher (Full time, deadline: June 20, 2016)
Organization:   Jamestown Public Schools
Location:       Jamestown Public Schools
Description:    Teacher will be responsible for delivering ESOL services to ELLs integrated ELA as well as possibly social studies, math and science when feasible.

Pull out services will also be required to meet additional minutes as well as academic intervention services.

Monitoring of former ELLs also a requirement.
Qualifications: NYS Certification in TESOL required. Teachers with additional content area (7-12) certification in math, ELA, social studies or science also a plus. Proficiency in Spanish not required but extremely helpful.
Salary range:   PER JTA Contract
Application Procedure:  Application available at www.jamestownpublicschools.org. Submit application, resume, transcripts and letters of reference to:
Autumn Wright
Office of Human Resources
Jamestown Public Schools
197 Martin Rd.
Jamestown, NY 14701
e-mail: awright@jmestown.wnyric.org

Position Title: Visiting Assistant Professor in Multilingual Multicultural Studies (full time, deadline July 31, 2016)
Organization:   NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
Location:       New York City
Description:    The Program in Multilingual Multicultural Studies (MMS) within the Department of Teaching and Learning is seeking to fill a Visiting Assistant Professor position in TESOL/Bilingual Education/Foreign Language Education beginning September 1, 2016. This is a one-year position, renewable for a maximum of two additional years.

The Department is dedicated to urban schools and global, multicultural education, essential components of Steinhardt’s commitment to serve and enhance a complex urban setting in a changing world.

Responsibilities: The ideal candidate will be someone who is able to: (1) teach a range of graduate courses in the areas of second/foreign language theory, practice, and research; (2) advise graduate students; (3) supervise student teachers in the field; (4) cultivate relationships with area schools; (5) assist with program administration including mentoring of adjunct faculty; (6) maintain an active involvement in the scholarly community through participation in professional organizations and conference presentations.

New York University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. New York University is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its hiring and promotion process without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, pregnancy or childbirth (or related medical condition), sexual orientation, partnership status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital, parental or familial status, caregiver status, national origin, ethnicity, alienage or citizenship status, veteran or military status, age, disability, predisposing genetic characteristics, domestic violence victim status, unemployment status, or any other legally protected basis. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.

Review of applications will begin July 5, 2016 and continue until the position is filled.

Further information about the position can be obtained from the Program Director:


Qualifications: Qualifications:  Earned doctorate in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, Bilingual Education, Foreign Language Education, or related field; demonstrated commitment and expertise in teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels; successful experience working collaboratively with schools in urban settings and/or internationally.
Salary range:   Negotiable
Application Procedure:  Applications : Please apply online with a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and letters from three references to:


Non-residential ESL Teacher (summer only, deadline: June 20, 2016)

LAL Language Centers

Bronx, NY

To teach English to foreign students aged 13-18 years. The role of Summer School EFL Teacher
is one of responsibility, directly concerned with the education and welfare of foreign junior
students. This requires the post-holder to engage in all aspects of teaching on a short course
as directed by the Academic Manager and Center Manager and may include other aspects of
Summer School work.
The ideal Teacher will be fun, energetic and outgoing but also have a high level of
responsibility and authority and be more than capable of providing dynamic and engaging
lessons for Young Learners.
LAL New York: Rose Hill Campus Fordham University NY, 10458
Line Manager:
Academic Manager / Assistant Academic Manager
Hours of Work/Employment Agreement Type:
Your normal hours of work are 20 per week over a five day week. You may be required to
work additional hours when requested to meet the needs of the school.
Responsibilities & Tasks
To attend induction & preparation sessions as required, up to three days prior to the
start of the course.
To participate fully in all aspects of the induction period prior to the start of the
course. This may include the unpacking, inventorying and setting up of all summer
school departments.
To carry out all tasks concerned with the setting up, administration and closing down
of the course as advised by line management.
To live within easy reach of the designated Summer School such that you can arrive in
time to prepare and carry out the lessons according to the schedule.
To assist in the placement testing and classroom allocation of all students.
To maintain accurate and up to date records of work, classroom registers, lesson plans
and any other administrative records as required by the LAL Summer Schools.
To prepare and teach dynamic and communicative lessons across a range of levels to
multinational classes comprising students aged 13 – 20 years for a minimum of five
teaching sessions a week.
To set and mark homework as and when required by line management.
To take responsibility for the successful academic outcomes of all students taught
including the setting and marking of progress tests.
To follow the prescribed scheme of work and develop strategies for successful learning
in accordance with directives from the line management.
To write individual student reports for all students taught.
To submit to periodic classroom inspections by line management and the CEA.
To complete end-of-course employee feedback forms on the Summer School.
To be fully engaged in the rigours of Summer School work.
To actively link the academic program to leisure program through meaningful
activities in the classroom.
To protect the property and equipment of the designated Summer School and LAL,
maintaining security and avoiding loss and/or damage in the residences.
To act in a seemly and professional manner with all of LAL’s agents, clients and staff
and not to engage in any activity which may bring LAL or the designated Summer
School into disrepute.
To dress in a manner commensurate with the roles demanded of the position; smart
casual for teaching, appropriate clothing for activities/sports and excursions. Any
uniform supplied by LAL is to be returned at the end of the course.
To carry out any other duties as may be reasonably assigned by the Center Manager,
Academic Manager and the Assistant Academic Manager.
To read and be fully conversant with the staff handbook, relevant Child Protection
issues and all pertinent CEA & LAL Summer Schools requirements prior to the start of
the period of employment (documents supplied prior to start of employment).
To deal with all student, IGL and University representatives’ issues, complaints and
suggestions in a positive and effective manner and in adherence with the relevant LAL
policies and procedures.

Person Specification:
The letters in brackets denote how LAL will establish if you meet our criteria and how that
will be determined. The letters have the following meaning: (A) = Application Form, (I) =
Interview, (R) = Reference and (T) = Test.
E.g. experience with working with young learners will be determined by the information
provided by the candidate on the application form (A) and through questions at Interview (I).
Education, Training and Knowledge
a) Educated to degree level or equivalent (A)
b) Current teaching qualification, Cambridge CELTA or Trinity TESOL certificate, or
equivalent (A)
Relevant Work experience
a) Experience with and a responsible approach to working with young learners (A/I/R)
Skills and abilities
a) Dynamic ‘can do’ approach to work (A/I)
b) Energy and enthusiasm (A/I)
c) Excellent communication skills (A/I)
d) Ability to work under pressure (A/I)
Other Attributes
a) Some knowledge of foreign culture (A/I)
b) Satisfactory criminal background check or equivalent (A/R)
Education, Training and Knowledge
a) Good working knowledge of at least one foreign language (A/I)
Relevant Work Experience
a) Previous summer school experience (A/I/R)
Skills and abilities
a) Computer literate (A/I)
b) Driving licence (A/I)
In the event of a successful interview, the applicant will be offered the position and a reply in
the first instance either by email or in writing will be required.
A teaching session is comprised of 2 x 90 minute lessons.
A teaching workshop carried out by either the AM or one of our DELTA qualified teacher
trainers will form part of the preparation period at the beginning of the training. You will
also be observed at least once by a qualified member of staff, where you will be invited to
take part in a feedback session at the end of the lesson.
A formal offer, confirming location, hours, dates and remuneration will be sent upon receipt
of your email acceptance of the position. This will need to be signed and posted and/or
scanned and emailed by return.
Any offer of work is subject to a face-to-face interview on arrival, a satisfactory background
check or equivalent and favourable references (all references will ask specifically whether
there is any reason why you should not be employed in situations where you will have
responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18).
An electronic version of the employee handbook, containing the general terms and
conditions of employment, will be made available in advance, with acceptance of these terms
to be signed at induction on your first day.
Employment Agreement is considered fulfilled upon completion of an appraisal and all
requisite feedback forms.

$420/ week

Please follow the link provided to use the online application:

Or contact Michael Dipilato Recruitment Coordinator:

ESL Instructor (part time, deadline: June 30, 2016)

ASA College

Manhattan / Brooklyn

Due to high enrollment for summers semester, ASA College is looking for more ESL instructors.
The prospective instructor will be able to teach all levels and all skills of ESL to college adult students.
Classes are available in the morning / afternoon / evening/ and weekends.
Classes might be scheduled in Manhattan and / or Brooklyn.

MA in TESOL or Applied Linguistics.
Adult education experience is a +.


Send your resume, Cover letter, and 2 (two) references.


ESL/ENL Teacher (full time, deadline: July 17, 2016)

New Visions for Public Schools

New York

About Us

New Visions for Public Schools’ goal is radically disrupting the cycle of poverty by improving student achievement, resilience and creating and sustaining a network of high performing schools for New York City’s highest-need students.

New Visions for Public Schools believes that the best way to strengthen schools is to develop the professional capacity of teachers, principals and administrators. Our mission is to ensure all New York City public school students, regardless of race or economic class, have access to a high-quality education that prepares them for the rigors of college and the challenges when entering the workforce.  We are committed to sharing innovative tools, strategies and lessons learned in New Visions Schools with others in New York and throughout the country to prove that meaningful change is achievable at scale and success is possible for every child.
New Visions for Public Schools works with the NYC Department of Education to provide instructional and operational support to 70 high needs public schools throughout the five boroughs and 7 Charter High Schools in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens.  Working in partnership with parents and the community, it is the mission of New Visions to provide students with an education that is relevant and meaningful today by equipping them with the tools to succeed in college and beyond. New Visions looks for teachers who will contribute to a healthy school climate by adhering to the goals, values, teaching practices, and organizational structures of the school they are hired in.

Advantages of teaching at a New Visions school include:
-Emphasis on knowledge sharing practices, frequent trainings and targeted professional development opportunities
-Eligibility to apply for grants and fellowships to support the personal and professional development of exceptional teachers
-Access to leadership development programs and career opportunities from the classroom to school administration to educational reform
-Highly competitive compensation and benefits

New Visions equips teachers with the data tools they need to succeed.

Position Summary
ESL/ENL teachers at New Visions schools work with a diverse range of students to develop content knowledge and skills through exploration, reading, discussion, and writing. Teachers will collaborate with core subject area teachers to create and implement engaging instruction that helps students progress towards English language fluency and academic success. Teachers will assess student understanding and differentiate instruction in order to ensure that every student is engaged and achieves mastery. Proficiency in a foreign language is preferred but not required.

New Visions seeks the most talented and dedicated educators to bring their skills, experience, and energy to a collaborative and innovative learning environment where teachers are empowered to meet each student's unique learning needs and open the doors to new and rich opportunities. Our teachers are dynamic and innovative pedagogues who are committed to urban students and the issues they face every day.

Every New Visions teacher can expect to receive enhanced instructional support, a range of professional development opportunities and the opportunity to be part of a passionate team of colleagues. If you have the following qualities, credentials and experience, please consider joining our team.


Successful New Visions teaching candidates will:

-Approach learning via growth mindset
-Be reflective, seek feedback, learn from those around them, and effectively apply feedback
-Make informed decisions, based on evidence and data, about their lesson planning
-Demonstrate strong content knowledge and be familiar with the Common Core State Standards
-Have a proven track record for planning lessons with clear learning objectives and a means for assessing whether those objectives have been met
-Have a proven track record for engaging students in their own learning
-Have strong organizational and communication skills
-Have demonstrated success in tailoring instruction to the needs of diverse learners
-Be committed to serving all students and respect children from all backgrounds
-Demonstrate ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve common goals

Additionally, candidates must have at least a Bachelor’s degree, hold valid New York State certification*, and must be cleared for employment by fingerprint-supported background checks.  We are committed to diversity in our hiring and employment practices, and encourage all qualified candidates to apply.

*There are limited opportunities for qualified teachers who do not possess a NY State certification to work in one of our Charter High Schools.

New Visions for Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer.  

Commensurate with experience

Submit your online application today at:



New York Public Library Hub Manager (Full time, deadline: June 30, 2016)


Eastern Manhattan/Eastern Bronx


The Adult Learning Centers (ALCs) are the direct service providers of ESOL and adult literacy instruction for the New York Public Library.  They use professional teachers to offer free instruction to adult patrons in reading, writing, speaking and listening from a 0 to 8th grade level. Through formal classes in language and literacy, as well as elective offerings such as English conversation and citizenship preparation groups, ALCs have taken on the charge to expand ESOL instruction in the Library.

Principal Responsibilities:

The Hub Manager is responsible to orchestrate and supervise all adult learning center educational activities within the geographic hub area (ESOL and Literacy for East Harlem and East Bronx). This includes current formal classes and the development of new informal classes, workshops, and volunteer led conversation sessions. The Hub Manager is expected to work with the ALC Administrative team and the Branch Libraries Associate Directors to identify new ESOL service locations and expanded opportunities for programming

Provides leadership at a hub, supervision, and professional development needed to ensure existing and new staff have the skills to deliver instruction according to the curriculum.
Responsible for the data and reporting necessary to assure program goals are carried out.
Implements new program initiatives, with a special focus on staff development appropriate for improving English language and literacy proficiency and basic numeracy instruction
Maintains connections with Associate Directors and Library Managers and staff within a specified hub.
Contributes to the development of a curriculum scope and sequence, and a training and support plan necessary to insure its implementation
Schedules classes, teacher schedules, and tutoring session times
Works directly with NYPL staff, volunteers, and students, promoting and modeling effective instructional strategies, methods, and materials use, in a collaborative learning environment


Master's Degree in TESOL, Adult Literacy, Linguistics, English, or other Education related focus

Demonstrated knowledge of research-based English Language and literacy instruction for adults in the early stages of language acquisition and literacy development

Experience leading staff development related to teaching and learning strategies that integrate computer-assisted instruction and multimedia into the curriculum

Demonstrated experience providing team leadership and supervision

Demonstrated knowledge of federal standards for student achievement (NRS) and the standardized testing (Best Plus and TABE) necessary to document student gains

Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills

Experience in teaching basic math and knowledge of systematic intensive alphabetics instruction preferred

Demonstrated experience utilizing databases to track student information and progress

Salary range:


Application Procedure:

To read the full job description and to apply, follow this link:


e-mail: stevenmahoney@nypl.org

ESL teacher (full time, deadline: June 30, 2016)


DOE Public School - New Directions Secondary School


Bronx NY


Full Time Job Vacancy Position Immediately Available ESL and ELA teacher

Our school is looking for any license NY State ELA or ESL teacher for 8th grade
for an immediate available position at the New Directions Secondary School in Bronx, NY.

The teacher position will be responsible for daily instructional and assessment practices to ESL students to acquire English Literacy Skills, as well as develop literacy skills to become successful in other content areas including science, social studies, math, and history.

The position is full time, and regular employee of NYC Department of Education.


Job qualification:

NY State License in English of Speakers of Other Languages


NY State License in English Language Arts

Additionally, candidates must have at least a Bachelor’s degree, hold valid New York State certification*, and must be cleared for employment by fingerprint-supported background checks.

We are committed to diversity in our hiring and employment practices, and encourage all qualified candidates to apply.

Salary range:


Application Procedure:

Submit your resume and cover letter to

Montane Lee

You will receive an email confirmation immediately and will be called in for an interview immediately.

e-mail: montanalee.esl@gmail.com

Deadline month: June 30, 2016

CLIP ESL Continuing Education Teacher (part time) (deadline: July 30, 2016)

CUNY Language Immersion Program (CLIP)


New York City


The CUNY Language Immersion Program (CLIP) is an intensive English language program for immigrant students who have been accepted to CUNY but need to increase their English language and academic proficiency in preparation for college classes. CLIP uses a sustained content-based curriculum and learner-centered approach to academic ESOL instruction, with each course built around a theme and core texts. Classes meet five hours per day, five days per week, with day or evening sessions.

CLIP Campuses

CLIP operates at nine CUNY colleges in all five boroughs of New York City: The Borough of Manhattan Community College, Bronx Community College, College of Staten Island, Hostos Community College, Kingsborough Community College, LaGuardia Community College, NYC College of Technology, Queensborough Community College, and York College.

CLIP Recruitment Pool

The CUNY Office of Academic Affairs seeks to build a pool of outstanding candidates for CLIP teaching positions to recommend to CLIP Program Directors at the nine campuses as openings occur. To be considered for the pool, please read the information below and apply according to the guidelines.


•Teachers provide 25 hours of instruction per week for a single class of approximately 25 students.

•Teachers participate annually in 25 days of program development.

•Newly hired teachers participate in an on-going series of trainings in the CLIP curriculum.

•Teachers are responsible for providing extensive feedback on the content as well as linguistic components of student essays.

•Teachers are responsible for providing regular verbal and written feedback to students on their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills, maintaining student records, participating in professional development, and collaborating in overall program implementation and development.


•MA in Applied Linguistics, TESOL, or related field strongly preferred

•At least three years teaching experience relevant to preparing ESL students for college level study or related goals

•Experience teaching content-based ESL curricula for academic purposes (integrating language instruction with academic content learning)

•Experience using a learner-centered approach

•Excellent class management and facilitation skills and ability to build a collaborative class community and effective learning environment

•Extensive experience teaching reading skills relevant to non-fiction and fiction

•Extensive experience teaching academic essay writing in response to reading

•Sensitivity to the needs of a culturally diverse student body

•Candidates must be flexible, creative, resourceful, and able to work as part of a team

•Outstanding oral and written communication and organizational skills

Salary range:

$37.75 per hour

Application Procedure:

To apply, submit the following items:

1. A cover letter and resume/CV

2. A copy of a self-created reading and/or writing lesson plan that integrates language and content instruction

3. A list of all CLIP campuses where you are able to work, along with your top three choices. Also note whether you prefer a position in a day or evening program, and your ability to work in the other


4. Send all materials to Joan Stern at  joan.stern@cuny.edu, with “CLIP Teacher” in the subject line of your email.


•Starting pay: $37.75 per hour with 30 paid hours per teaching week; additional paid hours provided for professional development, course development and planning, and program support

•Family health benefits and optional pension plan through the NYC Teachers Retirement System

•Representation by the CUNY Professional Staff Congress union

•Reappointment is contingent on performance and enrollment

•Performance measures include classroom observations, student writing portfolios, student evaluations, and program contributions.

e-mail: joan.stern@cuny.edu

Deadline : July 30, 2016