Late 30’s, tall, thin, Deaf white male with a close-cropped beard. He is wearing a black long-sleeved button-down shirt. The collar is buttoned. The background is a solid colored medium shade of teal. The text is white. The text reads, careers.rit.edu, Non-Tenure Track Faculty – ASL [7289BR], Non-Tenure Track Faculty – Interpreting [7503BR], and Tenure-Track Faculty – ASL [7499BR]
Hello, I’m Jason Listman, assistant chair for the department of American Sign Language and Interpreting Education here at NTID. I’m also the search committee chair. I’m thrilled to announce that we have three open faculty positions.
A non-tenure track faculty lecturer position for our ASL program,
a non-tenure track faculty lecturer position for our interpreting program,
and a tenure track faculty position for our ASL program.
We are looking for someone who is a team player,
enjoys developing innovative curriculum,
identifies new technologies that can enhance classroom instruction,
and someone who is motivated to teach students with various backgrounds.
If this sounds like you, please apply.
If you know someone like this please share this information with them. Apply by going to the RIT website and typing careers.rit.edu and look for position postings. There you will find instructions on how to apply.
If you have any questions, please contact me directly.
I look forward to your application.