Shanghai International Studies University， School of International Relations and Public Affairs
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Established in 1949, Shanghai International Studies University (SISU) is committed to preparing future leaders and professionals with advanced language proficiency, extensive global knowledge, and deep intercultural understanding to shape international scholarship across humanities and social sciences, and address critical challenges worldwide.
SISU is known for being one of the earliest institutions where China’s higher education in foreign languages took shape. Our pioneering history began in the same year of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, with the establishment of the Shanghai Russian School. Over the past 70 years, SISU has grown from a mono-disciplinary language institute into a national leading and globally recognized university in China for international studies. From remarkable beginnings and through seven decades of endeavor, SISU has won an unparalleled reputation in linguistics, literary and intercultural studies, international politics, and global journalism, playing an active role in China's diplomatic decision-making. Our graduates, including a large number of high-profile diplomats, are at the forefront of China’s international affairs. Over the past seven decades, SISU alumni have been contributing to the economic, cultural and social development of China and to the promotion of friendly exchange with people around the world.
The School is seeking a full-time teacher/lecturer who can deliver English and related Subject Courses to university undergraduate students, who intend to pursue further study/research overseas in English. The prospective lecturer is expected to teach a minimum of 10-12 lessons (45 min/lesson) per week.
Master degree or above
Candidates who major in literature or linguistics and other academic background concerning liberal arts will be considered according to the actual situation.
The potential candidate for the position should have at least two years’ full-time teaching experience and should possess a TESOL or TEFL certificate.
Candidates should demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively in a team