Korean Lecturer in Asian Studies

The Department of Asian Studies at The Pennsylvania State University is searching for a full-time, one-year lecturer in Korean (non-tenure track) to begin in January 2019 (for the spring and fall semesters) with a possibility of renewal. The position will offer benefits and a competitive salary. Responsibilities will include teaching introductory to advanced Korean language courses as well as participation in programmatic service. Candidates who can teach courses in Korean culture (literature, history, film) and who can contribute to the growth of Korean Studies on campus are especially welcome. Minimum requirements include Master`s degree in Korean or related discipline, near-native ability in both Korean and English, appropriate teaching experience, and evidence of high quality in teaching. Please submit a letter of application, CV and the names of three references to https://psu.jobs/job83056.

Please include a link to an online video of the candidate’s teaching with the application materials or send a CD/DVD to Sue Stewart, The Department of Asian Studies, The Pennsylvania State University, 102 Old Botany, University Park, PA 16802. We plan to interview via Skype. Review of applications will begin October 20 and continue until the position is filled. For more information about our program, visit our Website: http://asian.la.psu.edu

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