There are two part-time positions available at the University of Virginia for this fall in the American Sign Language Program. One is for a Lecturer position that involves teaching the beginning-level ASL classes (one each semester) meeting for 50-minutes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays each week. The other position is for a Drill Instructor position, teaching a drill or lab session on Tuesday evenings for an hour and fifteen minutes.
Please consider or share this information with those you know who may be qualified and interested.
If you are interested, check out the job descriptions at:
This link should take you to the UVA Human Resources “Jobs@UVA” page. From there, click on the blue “Faculty” button and at the top of the page under the “Department” heading, you should see “American Sign Language Program” listed for the two jobs of “Drill Instructor” and “Lecturer.”
Look through the description and job requirements and click on the “Apply for this Posting” button on the bottom to apply (instructions for applicants are also on the “Jobs@UVA” homepage).
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Gregory M. Propp, JD
American Sign Language Lecturer and Director
UVA ASL Program
New Cabell Hall, Room 255