Thursday, June 24, 2010

Publishing Research Editor - French and Italian

Publishing Assistant Research Editor, T+LAutoReqId: 127583BR
Fact-check articles for monthly consumer travel magazine and editorial content, including online and digital, at a fast pace and under deadline pressure. Undertake general research on a range of travel subjects, from destinations to industry trends. Propose and write items and small articles for front of book. Assign and edit department sections and columns. Perform other job related duties.
EOE statement: American Express is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Required Qualifications:
Prior magazine experience. Excellent research skills. Position requires fluency (spoken, written, reading)in at least one major foreign language, preferably French; second language: Italian. Editorial and fact-checking experience. Flexibility in handling multiple assignments while maintaining highest degree of accuracy and meeting deadlines. Broad range of knowledge in subjects including geography, history, literature, art, music, and popular culture; familiarity with InCopy publishing system. College degree preferred.
Work Location State/Province: New York
Work Location Country: United States
Classification: Full-Time - Regular
Job Function: Editorial

Personal Assistant for Italian travel

Personal Assistant for Italian travel (for a family) - new
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Location: Washington
We are going to Rome, Florence, and Camaiore and need help: 1. Researching restaurants on both English & Italian websites (we have some choices that need confirmation on quality/suitablity) 2. Booking restaurant reservations in advance 3. Securing museum tickets in advance 4. Reserving train tickets 5. Providing driving/walking directions 6. Assist us with any last minute needs while we are in Italy...

Italiano in una scuola elementare in USA


Italian teacher, (.4 FTE) for Grades 7/8
Kennedy Elementary School and Healey Elementary School

This position is part-time, (.4FTE) and is responsible for teaching Grades 7 and 8 at 2 schools (Kennedy Elementary School and Healey Elementary School) from 9:40 am -12:00 pm. Students will be introduced to fundamental vocabulary and basic language patterns typical in an introduction language course. The teacher should employ an active oral approach in order to provide a basis for on going communicative competency in the skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will benefit by studying at least one year of Italian at the middle school level and be able to continue at Somerville High School in the Italian level 1 honors class in the 9th grade. Students who study Italian in 7th and 8th grade will enter the Italian level 2 class in the 9th grade. Somerville offers competitive salaries and benefit packages. To learn more about these schools, please visit our webpage at CLICK HERE. Deadline for Applications is Open until filled. To submit your application, please click on the orange APPLY button above.

Visiting Professor of Italian Studies - Wheaton College

Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor of Italian Studies

Wheaton College Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor of Italian Studies is a one year position, starting in the Fall 2010. Specialization: Open. Candidates for this position must have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and demonstrated superior teaching skills.Experience with computer assisted instruction highly desirable. ABD or Ph.D. EEOC: Individuals must possess these knowledges, skills and abilities or be able to explain and demonstrate that the individual can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation, using some other combination of skills and abilities.

Italian Instructor - Delaware University

Instructor of ItalianPosted: June 19, 2010

DEADLINE: July 5, 2010

Temporary non-tenure-track position, half-time, beginning September 1, 2010. Required are M.A. in Italian Studies or equivalent, native or near-native fluency in both English and Italian. Strong commitment to teaching and experience teaching at college level essential. Incumbent must be prepared to teach Italian language courses at the elementary, intermediate, and advanced intermediate levels.
To Apply:
Send letter of application, C.V., three letters of recommendation, telephone numbers, and e-mail address to: Prof. Laura Salsini, Chair, Italian Search Committee, Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716-2550. Deadline: July 5, 2010.
Please refer to job code or_of_Italian_Newark when responding to this ad.