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  • 20 May 2012 11:11 PM | Anonymous
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    Fargo Public Schools uses the AppliTrack system from General ASP to manage employment applications online

  • 20 May 2012 10:59 PM | Anonymous

    Position Title: ELL and Spanish Instructor – Dassel-Cokato Schools

    This is a full-time position beginning August 22, 2012 (New Teacher Orientation) 

    The position consists of 0.50 FTE District ESL support (Conversational Spanish Preferred) and 0.50 FTE High School Spanish instruction (Spanish II and III).

    Deadline: Wednesday, June 5, 2012

    We are looking for candidates who, in addition to striving for classroom excellence, have a passion for leading students in extra-curricular activities.  Candidates that are committed to furthering our students’ experiences beyond the school day will be given increased consideration.

    We currently have openings in the following areas:

    9th Grade Football

    C Team Volleyball

    8th Grade Volleyball

    JV Girls Basketball

    C Team Girls Basketball

    Head Coach - Track

    Head Coach - Cross Country

    Dassel and Cokato are supportive communities located 35 miles south of 

    St. Cloud  and an hour west of the Twin Cities.  Award-winning schools staffed by exceptional educators serve over 2100 bright, energetic learners from the D-C area.  We are looking forward to adding another talented, passionate, professional to help us further our mission:

    Promoting positive relationships, personal responsibility and academic rigor to prepare students for success in a changing world.

    Please send letter of interest, resume, three letters of reference, transcripts, copy of your license and a completed District Application to:

    Dean Jennissen, Principal

    4852 Reardon Ave. SW, Suite 1600

    Cokato MN  55321

    Fax: 320-286-4201


    **Please note: emailed applications will not be accepted unless followed-up with a hard copy.

    The District Application can be obtained at our District Office or found at:

    Check us out on the web at:


    Dassel-Cokato Schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion age or disability in employment or the provision of services

  • 20 May 2012 4:30 PM | Anonymous
    Second Language Studies: Assistant Professor

    Indiana University, Indiana, USA
    The Department of Second Language Studies announces a one-year Visiting Assistant Professorship. The successful candidate will hold (by August 1, 2012) a PhD in Second Language Studies, Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, or related field, and be engaged in research on instructed second language acquisition and/or engaged in the development of evidence-based instruction. Research potential is expected in an additional area of language research such as pragmatics, sociolinguistics, assessment, or L2 phonology. Documented excellence in teaching, which should include classroom teaching of English as a second or foreign language, is required. 

    The teaching load will be two courses per semester and include such courses as Teaching English for Academic Purposes, Methods for Teaching ESL/EFL to Adults, and undergraduate Teaching Second/Foreign Languages to Adults. Shared supervision of graduate student teaching assistants in ESL. Applicants should send a statement of interest, curriculum vitae, sample publications, and three letters of recommendation to Professor Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig at the application address below. 

    Application Deadline: June 1, 2012 

    Mailing Address for Applications: 
    Professor Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig 

    Department of Second Language Studies 

    Memorial Hall 315 

    1021 E Third St 

    Bloomington, IN 47405 

    Email Address for Applications:
  • 20 May 2012 4:29 PM | Anonymous
    Instructor, CIA 

    District of Columbia, USA 

    Arabic, Standard (arb)

    Chinese, Mandarin (cmn) 

    French (fra) 

    German (deu) 

    Greek, Modern (ell) 

    Indonesian (ind) 

    Italian (ita) 

    Japanese (jpn) 

    Russian (rus) 

    urkish (tur) 

    The Central Intelligence Agency is hiring qualified and experienced Language Instructors of Arabic, Chinese/Mandarin, Dari, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Pashto, Persian (Farsi), Russian, Serbo- Croatian, and Turkish to work in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. 

    The CIA provides first-class training for energetic, creative and committed intelligence professionals. CIA Language Instructors deliver programs that provide students with the foreign language communications skills and cross- cultural awareness they need to live and work abroad effectively, or to perform other language-related duties. Foreign Language Instructors apply the latest instructional methodologies to meet highly customized student needs and conduct language proficiency testing in reading, speaking and understanding for skills evaluation. In addition, they may be asked to provide a variety of language support services worldwide. 

    Minimum requirements include a Bachelor's in foreign language, linguistics or a related field; native fluency in the language; 2-5 years of teaching experience; demonstrated knowledge of the respective area's history, culture, politics and economy; and the ability to use the latest technology and teaching techniques. Also desired are experience in teaching language skills to a wide range of adult students, from beginners to those at a more advanced proficiency level, and experience in program and/or education management. As part of the screening and interview process, applicants will be required to take language proficiency tests in their native language. Advanced English proficiency is also required. 

    Salaries are based on the individual applicant's qualifications. In addition to base salary of $56,857 - $97,333. Language Instructors earn annual 'bonus' pay ranging from $4,875 to $9,750, with the amount based on the language and their language proficiency. Language Instructors who speak multiple foreign languages may also qualify for additional bonuses in varying amounts. Furthermore, new employees can qualify for a lump-sum hiring bonus for languages, up to a maximum amount of $35,000.

    All applicants must successfully complete a thorough medical and psychological exam, a polygraph interview and an extensive background investigation. U.S. citizenship is required. 

    To be considered suitable for Agency employment, applicants must generally not have used illegal drugs within the last twelve months. The issue of illegal drug use prior to twelve months ago is carefully evaluated during the medical and security processing. 

    Important Notice: Friends, family, individuals, or organizations may be interested to learn that you are an applicant for or an employee of the CIA. Their interest, however, may not be benign or in your best interest. You cannot control whom they would tell. We therefore ask you to exercise discretion and good judgment in disclosing your interest in a position with the Agency. You will receive further guidance on this topic as you proceed through your CIA employment processing. 

    Application Deadline: (Open until filled)

    Web Address for Applications:
  • 19 May 2012 1:36 PM | Anonymous
    Mounds View Public Schools

    Elementary School Teaching

    1.0 Grade 5 & Spanish Job
    ID: 778  

      Elementary School Teaching/Grade 5/Spanish 
    Date Posted:
      Turtle Lake Elementary 
    Date Available:
      August 2012 

     Position Summary

    2012-2013  School Year
    Turtle Lake Elementary School 

    1.0 FTE ( .4 grade 5 Spanish & .6 Grade 5)


     Must have appropriate MN teaching license. Elementary and Spanish license required.

    Applicants must have the ability and skills to relate to students and be sensitive to their needs, to provide a positive behavioral atmosphere for students, to work cooperatively with individuals and teams, the willingness to use technology as part of curriculum and excellent communication skills with students, staff and parents.


     Per Master Contract 

  • 19 May 2012 1:35 PM | Anonymous
    Mounds View Public Schools

    Closing Date:
      Elementary School Teaching/Grade 4/Spanish 
    Date Posted:
      Turtle Lake Elementary 
    Date Available:
      August 2012 
     Position Summary

    012-2013  School Year

    Turtle Lake Elementary School 

    1.0 FTE ( .2  grade 4 Spanish & .8 grade 4)


     Must have appropriate MN teaching license. Elementary and Spanish license required.

    Applicants must have the ability and skills to relate to students and be sensitive to their needs, to provide a positive behavioral atmosphere for students, to work cooperatively with individuals and teams, the willingness to use technology as part of curriculum and excellent communication skills with students, staff and parents.

     Per Master Contract 
  • 19 May 2012 1:31 PM | Anonymous

    High School Teaching/Foreign Language - French

    Date Posted:  4/24/2012

    Location:  Mounds View High School

    Date Available:  August 2012

    Position Summary: 2012-2013 School Year

    Mounds View High School 

    French Teacher 

    .60 FTE


    Must have appropriate MN teaching license. 

    Applicants must have the ability and skills to relate to students and be sensitive to their needs, to provide a positive behavioral atmosphere for students, to work cooperatively with individuals and teams, the willingness to use technology as part of curriculum and excellent communication skills with students, staff and parents.


    Per Master Contract

  • 11 May 2012 8:41 PM | Anonymous


    German Teacher                 

    2012-2013 School Year



    Tech High School          



    .80 F.T.E.

    Hours may vary based on building/program needs




    • Current German teaching license, grades 9-12, issued by the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE)   


    • Previous experience in a high school setting     

    All Employees of Saint Cloud School District 742 are responsible to support District goals, to work collaboratively and respectfully with diverse populations of staff, students and parents and model and to promote a welcoming working and learning environment.   Employees are expected to support and adapt to change and demonstrate commitment to continuous performance improvement.  Employees are responsible to establish and maintain effective communication with students, teachers, support staff, colleagues and parents, respect confidential matters, encourage a safe and secure environment throughout the District, and be dependable and accountable in the performance of their work.



    To provide a climate conducive to learning and to ensure all learners acquire the information and skills which will prepare them to live and contribute within a changing and diverse world.



    May 29, 2012   

  • 11 May 2012 8:40 PM | Anonymous

    Position: German Teacher (.20)

    Location: North High School

    Start Date: 8/27/2012

    Salary: Per Teacher Master Agreement (may be viewed at )

    Benefits: Per Teacher Master Agreement (may be viewed at )

    Work Year: 2021-2013

     Required Qualifications : 

     1) Must possess appropriate German license;

    2) Ability to work as a department member;

    3) Ability to establish and maintain high academic standards and positive working; relationships with students;

    4) Demonstrate ability to work well with colleagues;

    5) Effective communication skills.


    Application Procedure:

    Apply online at

  • 10 May 2012 9:54 AM | Anonymous
    **Note from MCTLC: contact information was not provided

    Spanish and Chinese Elementary Immersion Teachers
    Lakes International Language Academy - Full Time 

    Job Description: Teachers are responsible for carrying out the school’s mission and vision.  Teachers carry out all responsibilities associated with elementary language immersion teaching.  They conduct classroom instruction of all subjects in Spanish; develop curriculum materials using instructional strategies for elementary students; infuse internationally minded concepts into the curriculum on a continual basis; incorporate hands-on learning activities into daily instruction; communicate closely and encourage parental involvement regarding program goals, classroom activities, homework, school functions and student progress; create a safe and welcoming classroom environment; collaborate with grade-level teachers, program specialists, program coordinator, director and other staff regarding program implementation; maintain knowledge of current and emerging trends, procedures and evaluation processes in language education; participate in weekly program planning and staff development activities; participate in all training programs required for language immersion, Responsive Classroom, and the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program.

    Lakes International Language Academy is a K-6 public school educating over 600 students in Forest Lake, MN, authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization.We offer Spanish and Chinese language immersion.

    Our staff works hard, and has a lot of fun in the process.
    Teachers are involved in developing curriculum and writing materials, as well as decision making for the school. In fact, our board of directors has a teacher majority. We enjoy high teacher retention, and a waiting list of students who want to enter our program. 

    Our Mission 

    Lakes International Language Academy, a public elementary school, strongly emphasizes second language acquisition by immersing children in Spanish from kindergarten through sixth grade. The students of Lakes International are held to a high standard in traditional elementary subjects and at the same time prove capable of establishing a high level of proficiency in both spoken and written Spanish. 

    The Lakes International community promotes a strong academic foundation, a safe and pleasant atmosphere, and health and physical activity for our students. We value our faculty and staff not only for their hard work and dedication but for the gifts they share with our children: knowledge, language, multi-cultural understanding, and a love of learning. 

    Lakes International values individuality, and recognizes that everyone has a different set of strengths and needs. We value community, and strive to make connections with others in our school, our community, and beyond. Lakes International will provide a quality education that prepares critically thinking, socially capable, culturally aware young people to thrive in a diverse, global society. 

    Achievements: We received our charter in 2004, renewed on schedule in 2007, and 2010. We entered a cooperative agreement with the local district schools to offer continued Spanish immersion in grades 7 – 12, where students receive language arts, social studies, and industrial arts in Spanish.  Plans for continued Chinese immersion in grades 7 – 12 will commence as K-6 Chinese immersion students approach those grades.

    We have outpaced projected enrollment each year of operation, while earning respectable ratings on the MDE's School Report Card each year of operation. 

    • Recognized for our fiscal responsibility from the MDE, receiving the state Finance Award for the past five years in a row.
     Received a 2-year Theater grant from Perpich Center for the Arts in 2009.
    • Received Minnesota Schools of Character award in 2011.
    • Received a 2-year Dance grant from Perpich Center for the Arts in 2010.
    • Received a Theater grant from SteppingStone Theatre in 2011.
    • Earned State School of Character award in  2010 and 2011.
    • Earned National School of Character award in 2010 and 2011.

    Work environment: We have a remodeled building, including a new wing with 14 new light-filled classrooms, a large gymnasium, and a new media center. We have up-to-date technology and are acquiring a rich array of print and other media resources. 

    Travel: Teachers are provided opportunities to participate in training provided both in the Twin Cities, and across the U.S. in the areas of Language Immersion, International Baccalaureate, and Responsive Classroom. Occasional travel is required. 

    Diversity: Many of our teachers were born in Spanish speaking countries.  All have traveled extensively, with nearly all having lived in a Spanish speaking country for at least three months. In addition, our Chinese department employs native Chinese speakers.

    Training: Lakes International provides training for new staff in three areas: International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme, Immersion training provided by the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition at the University of Minnesota, and Responsive Classroom training.

    Working hours and Vacations: School starts at 7:50 am and releases at 2:10 pm. Teachers are expected to be in school by 7:25, and attend all staff and grade level meetings. Beyond those hours, workload varies by grade, unit, teacher experience, and the individual students in a teacher's class. As professionals, teachers are expected to put in the time it takes to do a professional job. Some weeks that will be as low as 40 hours, others, as high as 75 hours. In no way should this position be thought of as an hourly position. Vacations include typical US school vacations: 1+ week for winter break, one week for spring break, 2.5 months for summer break, as well as various vacation days through the year. 

    Career Track and Advancement: Many leadership positions are available, on a yearly basis, to Lakes International teachers, depending on their interests and expertise. 

    Grants to Teachers: The LILA Foundation offers “Inquiry 360” grants to teachers to pursue enriching experiences that they can bring back to share in the classroom.  Teachers are encouraged to pursue these experiences abroad.  Inquiry 360 grants are competitive and are awarded in April for use the following summer.

    A Day in the Life: Arrive by 7:25, complete last minute preparations. Students begin to trickle in. Spend time chatting (in the target langauge) with students. Begin class at 7:50, with a Morning Meeting. Teach all disciplines, many in the form of a transdisciplinary Unit of Inquiry. Lunch at the same time every day--45 minutes, duty free. In addition, you will have one 30-minute ""prep"" period during the day, during which your students will go to a specialist subject, such as physical education, a language class in their third langauge, music, or technology. Dismiss class at 2:10, and do a short ""bus duty"" or ""car pool duty."" Two days a week, there will be a 1.5 - 2 hour meeting after school either before or after school, or during lunch, meet with grade level team to discuss unit progress, assessment, and other issues. 

    Social functions: Usually at least one per month, arranged in the staff lounge, and held off site.  We usually start the school year with an overnight staff retreat in August, and have a January staff party with guests as well.

    Qualifications: Our ideal candidate possesses a valid Minnesota elementary teaching license.  The candidate must have native or near native proficiency in both the target language (Spanish or Chinese) and English.  Candidate should have lived abroad for a minimum of six months or equivalent.  A minimum of one year of elementary school teaching experience is preferred. Prior immersion classroom teaching experience is a plus.  Familiarity with the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme is also preferred.
Minnesota Council on the Teaching of Languages and Cultures
PO Box 11926, St. Paul MN 55111
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