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Employment Opportunities in Department of Languages, Cultures, and Humanities @ EKU

  • Part-time Faculty - Foreign Languages (PL)  We are currently accepting online Pool applications for adjunct positions to be filled as needed teaching our program areas such as French, German, Latin, Japanese, and Spanish, as well as alternative languages such Arabic, Mandarin, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and others.  Please visit the EKU Online Employment System (OES) and search for positions in the Department of Languages, Cultures, and Humanities: Part-time Faculty - Foreign Languages (PL) and to submit an application.  *Note - all positions require a minimum of 18 graduate-level credit hours in the subject matter to be taught in order to qualify for the position.* 
  • Part-time Faculty - Comparative Humanities(PL)  We are currently accepting online Pool applications for adjunct positions to be filled as needed teaching our program in Comparative Humanities.  Please visit the EKU Online Employment System (OES) and search for positions in the Department of Languages, Cultures and Humanities: Part-time Faculty - Comparative Humanities (PL) and to submit an application.  *Note - all positions require a minimum of 18 graduate-level credit hours in the subject matter to be taught in order to qualify for the position.* 

Employment Opportunities in Languages and Humanities fields:

  • Regional Recruiter - Southern Kentucky Regional Migrant Education Program Center At Eastern Kentucky University Richmond campus.  The Regional Recruiter, Migrant Education is responsible for identifying and recruiting children and out of school youth (OSY) aged birth through 22 years who are eligible for enrollment in the KY Migrant Education Program. The incumbent is the liaison between the family/OSY and school district staff, community and other agencies. The Regional Recruiter will explain to parents/guardians and OSY the services offered within the parameters of the program as defined by federal law and the regulatory program guidance. as well as to offer referral for service needs of those families recruited. The incumbent provides technical assistance to local school district staff and other service providers; counsels targeted students aged 3-22 and their parent/guardians.  Bachelor Degree in education, social work, counseling or related field is required. One to two years of related work experience is required, including volunteer or student work experience working with the migrant education program; Latino/Spanish-speaking population in general; or other programs supporting migrant and/or Spanish-speaking populations. Bilingual in English and Spanish including Translation/Interpretation and fluency in oral and written language is required.

 


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