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Job Opportunities @ UIC Tutorium

Please start by reading this description of our programs.

Current Part-time Availabilities

We are always looking for Adjunct Lecturers to teach, tutor, edit and provide English Language Placement Assessments. Adjunct Lecturers are part-time or short-term instructors added to payroll so we can offer them assignments on an as-needed basis. Unfortunately, Adjunct Lecturers are not benefits-eligible employees.

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Current Full-time Availabilities

We are currently looking to fill a Visiting Lecturer position to serve as the Admissions and Student Services Assistant Chair. The position is a 12 month non-tenure track visiting faculty position with a minimum 50% course release. The position's starting salary will be the base starting salary (~$67,000) according to the NTT Faculty Bargaining Unit. The position is benefits eligible. We would like this person to start in this role no later than August 16, 2024.

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For other opportunities at UIC, please visit: https://hr.uic.edu/prospective_employees/career-opportunities/.

Internship Opportunities

Please contact tutorium@uic.edu, to find out if you qualify.

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This is NOT an application to study in our program.

To learn how to apply to our program, go to https://tie.uic.edu/apply

  • Please list your undergraduate degrees, where you received them, and the month and year when the degrees were conferred. Example: BA/BS in Subject from University in Month Year.
  • Please list the advanced degrees you have, where you received them, and the month and year when the degrees were conferred. (A Master’s degree is the minimum degree required to teach at the university. We will consider a Master’s in TESOL/Applied Linguistics/Linguistics, Master’s with a TESOL Certificate, Master’s in a related field, Master’s in a Content Area specific to course/program offerings.)
  • Please list any other education you have (certificates, workshops, classes, professional development) you have, where you received them, and the month and year when they were achieved.
  • Non-native speaking candidates should have the equivalency of C2 proficiency, 115 on TOEFL iBT, or 8.5 on IELTS.
  • If you were or are a student or an employee at the University of Illinois, please provide details, including the university (UIC, UIUC, UIS) at which you worked or studied, the department(s) you are working in, and any other name you may have used.
  • If you were/are a student or an employee of the University of Illinois, please provide your UIN.
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