CESL has Arizona’s only CEA-accredited Intensive English Program, Evening Program, TEFL Program, Teen English Program and University Track Program. Teachers teach in one or more of CESL’s many programs. Our multicultural environment offers classes for all skills at many levels. CESL is a unique and dynamic working environment. Our faculty and staff are highly skilled and collaborative.
Faculty & Administrative Positions
- MA in TESL or Applied Linguistics, or a Master’s Degree in a related field with evidence of coursework in specific areas (please see posting)
- Experience teaching multilingual classes in all areas of English language skills and at all levels of English proficiency at the post-secondary level
- TOEFL/IELTS scores and/or teaching videos may be required.
Coordinator positions include teaching and administrative assignments. Please see the UA Careers site for current openings and to apply.
Adjunct Instructor (Part-Time)
Adjunct Instructors at CESL teach 4-18 hours/week (maximum 19.45 hours/week) in our Intensive English Program, our Evening Program, or one of our other programs, for one session or more. Our classes generally run in 8-week sessions. Job Description
$39/hour for teaching/contact hours.
Please go to the UA Careers site for more information or to apply.
With a recommendation from the SLAT Department, qualified individuals may apply for SLAT GA-ships in CESL. Please note that SLAT must specifically recommend you to CESL for this GA-ship (this recommendation is different from a general employment recommendation). This involves 4-18 hours of teaching per week.
Currently there are no SLAT GA-ships available.
CESL hires currently-enrolled University of Arizona students each year. You may apply for these jobs by completing the CESL Student Worker Application and submitting it to CESL 101. See the open positions below.
Currently there are no open positions for UA student
Currently-enrolled University of Arizona students can volunteer to work with a multi-cultural, international student population, while helping those students to practice and improve their English skills. Volunteering at CESL is a way to build a diverse community of learners on our university campus.