Job offers in Georgia

November 28, 2016 | By FRENCH CULTURE ATLANTA

Shiloh High School in Snellville, GA is looking for a French teacher for French 1 and 2 classes. This is a Gwinnett County Public School. Anyone who has any kind of bachelor degree and passes the GACE French test can apply and do the Teach Gwinnett program to get the teaching certificate. If you already have a teaching certificate and pass the French GACE, you are in! Apply even if your GACE is not done yet and get a temporary position until your results come in. Please apply on the link below and make a quick call to the assistant principal in charge of our department Dr. Charles Bowman at 770-972-8471.

https://www.applitrack.com/Gwinnett/onlineapp/default.aspx


The French program in the department of Foreign Languages at Kennesaw State University is looking for part timer instructors (2 courses taught at the lower level) for the Fall 2017.  The position does not offer any benefits.

The candidates must have a master's degree in French OR a master's degree in any subject PLUS 18 GRADUATE hours in French.  Any qualified applicant can apply on the KSU human ressource online portal.  The positions are open until filled.


Department of Foreign Languages
Kennesaw State University
Office 131 Pilcher Building
375 Cobb Ave. NW, MD 1804
Kennesaw, GA 30144-5591
Phone: 470.578.2229
Fax: 470.578.9135
 
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