Career Opportunities in Foreign Languages
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- Bilingual Career Recruitment Service
- Career Builder
- CIA: Central Intelligence Agency
- The Chronicle of Higher Education - Browse Jobs by Position Type.
- Department of State-Careers Representing America
- The Defense Language Institute - Language Training at the Defense Language Institute
- NOBLE: Network of Business Language Educators
- Federal Govt. Jobs
- Federal Job Network
- Job Announcements
- National Security Agency - WHERE INTELLIGENCE GOES TO WORK!
- Find overseas Jobs and Employment - Begin your overseas jobsearch today!
- Teaching Abroad
- United Nations
- USAID: US Agency for International Development
- US Department of Defense Education Activity (dodea) Teach with DoDDS
- U.S. Department of State - Diplomacy in Action
- US Office of Personnel Management
Student Language Specialists (Tutor Level III)
Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Russian and the Spanish languages
Job Description: Provide one-on-one tutorial services to Coastal Carolina University students in one or more foreign language. Responsible for one-on one- tutoring sessions, holding workshops, attending staff meetings, and assisting FLIC coordinator in completing daily, weekly, and monthly duties as necessary. Participation in FLIC coordinated events; some weekends and evenings.
Requirements and Qualifications: CCU student in good academic standing. Demonstrated proficiency of the English language. Student must take the foreign language placement exam in the appropriate language(s) and receive a rating of 200 or higher (native speakers not exempt). Pursuit of a foreign language major/minor is preferred but not required. Preference will be given to students who have completed a 200 level language course with a grade of B+ or better. Fluency or near native fluency in the target language desired. Positions based upon scheduling needs and availability. One letter of recommendation from previous employer, supervisor and/or faculty member who is familiar with your work. Preference will be given to juniors and/or seniors and to students with knowledge of two or more foreign languages.