Sias University offers a variety of academic courses, taught primarily through two departments: the School of Foreign Languages and School of Business (the School of International Education is a separate program offered through Fort Hays State University).
Academic teachers prepare lectures and discussions for classes of 60 students on average, and multimedia classrooms are assigned for these courses. The full-time teaching load for academics is 12 class hours a week, providing ample time for preparation and meeting with students. Textbooks and other resources, including supervision, are provided.
Applicants with corresponding degrees, teaching experience, or work experience in an academic course discipline will be considered for openings.
We will not have confirmed openings for Fall until late April, but we can discuss course options in an interview with you.
April 22, 2022 UPDATE.
Beginning Fall 2022, Sias will only hire Chinese nationals to teach business content courses. Academics In Asia will still hire the following subject teachers.
10 Academic Teacher Openings:
- Overview of Western Countries (combination of history, geography, and basic facts on the economy, judicial system, etc)
- Cross-cultural Communication
- English Composition
- Study skills for International Partner Schools (FHSU, UofA, CalBaptist, etc)
- Elective Courses (Conversational English teachers are encouraged to propose Spring semester elective content courses. Courses taught in the past include Western Philosophy, Servant Leadership, Worldviews, and Critical Thinking)Julian Yue, Director of Sias’ Office of International Affairs, explained that Sias plans to process PU invitation letters in June 2022. Qurantine may be lessoned or gone by the time new teachers arrive on campus in August. By mid-October, Julian expects travel restrictions from COVID-19 to be removed.
25 Conversational English Teachers
Application Deadline is June 1st
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