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  • 10/15/2018 9:43 AM | Pamela Bogart

    Lansing Community College is currently seeking to hire Professional Tutors for most subjects (including English and ESOL specialties) in the Learning Commons to provide students with excellent academic support, along with learning assistance in study skills and strategies.  Apply online here Part-Time Academic Professional - Professional Tutors job posting:

    Now hiring a PT Academic Professional - Professional Tutor!

    If you are passionate about helping people learn; if you believe in the mission of community colleges; if you are committed to providing and modeling ...

    Any questions or concerns related to the job posting, application, or hiring process should be directed to LCC Human Resources by phone:  (517) 483-1870 or email:

  • 08/30/2018 8:06 AM | Trisha Dowling (Administrator)

    EMU is seeking applications for part-time lecturer for the fall semester in the Intensive English program.  More details can be found at:

  • 08/28/2018 12:13 PM | Pamela Bogart

    Mount Pleasant Public Schools is looking for an Elementary ESL certified teacher. Mount Pleasant Public Schools is accepting applications until the position is filled (so don't worry that the job posting lists an August 10 closing date.) A copy of the job posting follows the hyperlink to apply:
    • ELL TeacherJobID: 17175
    • Position Type:

    • Date Posted:

    • Location:
        Mt Pleasant Public Schools

    • Date Available:

    • Closing Date: 

        Mt. Pleasant Public Schools - website
      The following positions are available for the 2018-2019 school year.          
      FTE Position Building
      1.0 ELL Teacher District
      • Has at least a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college/university with a major in education
      • Must have ELL/ESL certification or major/minor
      • Has a valid Michigan teaching certificate
      • Preference will be given to candidates with experience working with English Language Learners at the elementary level
      • Meets “highly qualified” status under the No Child Left Behind legislation
      • Has demonstrated experience working with age level of students for position
      • Has undergone a physical examination, by a licensed physician, that documents capability to perform required duties
      • Has an electronic fingerprint clearance from a criminal history record check
      COMPENSATION: According to the negotiated Master Agreement with the Mt. Pleasant Education Association
                                          Linda Boyd:
      Internal Applicants may email
      DATE OF POSTING:  July 20th,2018
      DEADLINE FOR APPLICANTS:            August 10th,  2018

  • 08/28/2018 10:36 AM | Pamela Bogart

    Huron Valley Schools Adult Education Program (in White Lake) is seeking a part-time English as a Second Language instructor ("Adult Education Instructor: ABE/ESL") for the Fall 2018 semester, daytime or nighttime available. Interested candidates must hold a valid Michigan ESL or English teaching certification. Experience teaching speaking/listening is preferred.  

    For more information, and to apply:

  • 08/24/2018 8:27 PM | Pamela Bogart

    Grand Rapids Community College Adult Education English Language Acquisition program is hiring ESL Facilitators for the fall semester. If interested, please apply with a resume and cover letter through the GRCC Jobs web page.

  • 08/20/2018 3:05 PM | Pamela Bogart

    College website:

    Schoolcraft College seeks an On-Call International Learning Support Coordinator. The position posting is available at, and is copied here.

    Position Information

    Job Title

    On-Call International Learning Support Coordinator

    Job Summary

    The International Learning Support Coordinator provides oversight to the operations of the International Learning Support (ILS) program. The coordinator is responsible for the development of programs, while supporting the personal and academic development of international students. The coordinator also supervises student employees to assist in programming and daily operations of the program space.

    Job Duties

    1. Advances program development for ILS. 
    2. Partners with English as a Second Language (ESL) instructors and International Student Organization (ISO) officers. 
    3. Facilitates daily conversation groups. 
    4. Provides English language assistance. 
    5. Develops and presents workshops for international students. 
    6. Hires and trains ILS tutors. 
    7. Oversees International Learning Support space. 
    8. Works collaboratively across campus for student referrals to offices such as; student relations and counseling, academic advising and registration.

    Required Qualifications

    1. Strong English grammar skills. 
    2. Experience with personal and academic coaching, tutoring, teaching, case management/outreach, and/or mentoring. 
    3. Deep understanding of diverse cultures- including histories, political systems, culinary traditions, and religions. 
    4. Ability to work independently and contribute to a team environment.

    Preferred Qualifications

    Physical Requirements



    Work Hours


    Posting Detail Information

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    Open Date


    Close Date

    Open Until Filled


    Special Instructions to Applicants

    A current cover letter and resume will be required at the end of the application process. Failure to upload required documents will result in an incomplete application.


    Schoolcraft is a comprehensive, open-door, community-based college. The mission of the College is to provide a transformational learning experience designed to increase the capacity of individuals and groups to achieve intellectual, social, and economic goals.

    Schoolcraft College offers classes, certificate programs and associate degrees in more than 70 different majors. Some programs are designed to lead directly to employment and others are a natural fit for those students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university. Classes are offered in a variety of formats including traditional lecture and lab sessions, online coursesOpen Entry/Open Exit and hybrid to meet the needs of nearly every student. The Continuing Education and Professional Development department offers courses and programs that foster personal enrichment, professional growth, and personal health and fitness. Classes are available online and on-campus, with course lengths varying from one day to several weeks, including evenings and weekends. Some programs prepare the learner for employment and lead to a professional certificate or credential

    Schoolcraft’s main campus in Livonia is accessed easily from I-275 not far from the junctions with I-96, I-696 and M-14. The Public Safety Training Complex is also in Livonia just off the Merriman Road exit of  I-96. The Radcliff Center is located one block south of Ford Road in Garden City.



  • 08/02/2018 7:50 AM | Trisha Dowling (Administrator)

    Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

    Teaching preservice and inservice teachers (continuing education students) in a grant-funded program. Courses run in a hybrid, condensed format.

    Our faculty members are responsible for delivering quality, student-centered, hands-on, active

    instruction in order to prepare our students for success. We are looking for dynamic, caring

    professionals dedicated to teaching excellence and professional scholarship, who are

    committed to making a difference.

    Instructors needed for the following courses:

    FALL 2018

    “Literacy for Diverse Learners”

    This course is designed to present effective literacy instruction for linguistically, culturally, and socioeconomically diverse students.

    “Introduction to ESL”

    The introductory course in the Aquinas College ESL program. It focuses on the teaching to and the learning of K-12 English language learners.

    SPRING 2018

    “Advanced Methods of ESL”

    Focuses on two important areas of English language teaching; instructional strategies and materials.  

    “Second Language Acquisition”

    This course is an introduction to the subject of second language acquisition and learning. The prime objective of the course is to help educators better understand how people learn (or don’t learn) languages as well as to examine the complex issues surrounding SLA in educational contexts.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must have a Master's degree in teaching English as a second language or in a closely related field. ESL teaching experience in K-12 is preferred. Overseas teaching experience, higher education experience, and experience learning another language are desirable.

    To apply: Email resume and cover letter highlighting relevant experience to Briana Asmus, PhD

  • 08/02/2018 7:47 AM | Trisha Dowling (Administrator)

    SVSU is seeking a Part-Time ESL Specialist. 

    Find more information and apply here:  

  • 07/24/2018 8:11 PM | Pamela Bogart

    The Department of World Languages at Eastern Michigan University is seeking a part-time TESOL lecturer.

    Job number 01416 on the EMU hiring site: https://secure.neogov. com/next/Job?Current=1 

    General Summary

    Teach courses in our undergraduate TESOL/ESL programs

    Principal Duties and Responsibilities

    Teaching may include a number of particular obligations which employees are expected to fulfill, including but not limited to: meeting with students during and outside of assigned classes, assessing student work and performance, preparing syllabi and course materials, providing copies of syllabi and course materials to their supervisor on request, and assigning and submitting grades in accordance with established Eastern Michigan University schedules.
    Perform related departmental duties as required.


    Completion of a Doctoral degree in TESOL or a closely related field is preferred. ABDs considered.

    Knowledge of a foreign language is required.
    Experience teaching TESOL &/or ESL/EFL is required.
    Evidence of professional development activity is preferred.
    Strong communication skills are necessary.
    Overseas teaching experience is desirable.
    Additional qualifications specific to area of assignment may be desirable.

    Supplemental Information

    Please attach a cover letter that indicates your availability to teach (Fall 2018 or Winter 2019), resume and copies of your graduate transcripts.

  • 07/20/2018 9:58 AM | Pamela Bogart

    The Sweetland Center for Writing at the University of Michigan is seeking to hire one part-time (67%) LEO Lecturer I to teach Writing 120: College Writing for International Students and ten hours per week in Writing Workshop for the Fall 2018 term only, September 1-December 31, 2018. Contingent upon student demand, a second section of Writing 120 may become available in late-August/early-September increasing the effort to 100%.

    Apply by July 27, 2018. The full job description, qualifications, and application information can be found at:

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