Applications for student positions may be obtained at the main LLL&RC HelpDesk, located in the basement of the Foreign Languages Building. The main entrance to the Lab is room number 019; the front entrance to the Lab is in the southwest corner of the main basement foyer.
Applications for classified staff or professional positions are made through the TTU on-line Employment Site.
Classified Staff / Academic [non-tenure track] Position
This position is full-time with benefits, and is responsible for the complete administration of the Language Learning Laboratory & Resource Center (LLL&RC). The Director is responsible for ensuring the care, welfare and security of all Language Laboratory equipment and resource areas. This individual is responsible to the Chair of CMLL, and establishes policies and procedures for effective patron service delivery, and is responsible for formulating strategic plans for continued growth, expansion of resources and services, and promotion of LLL&RC utilization. The Director is also responsible for recruitment, hiring, supervision, and training of Language Laboratory personnel. The Director trains and supervises the Language Laboratory's Assistant Director and other staff (Media Specialist, Technology Technician, and/or others, as applicable).
The Director has responsibility for the CMLL Digital Humanities Lab (DHL), and develops strategic goals and promotional campaigns for this resource. He/she oversees all aspects of this resource's utilization, equipment maintenance and access.
The successful candidate will be expeced to provide technological support to faculty and students in CMLL, and provide faculty with both technical and pedagogical advice. The Director will train faculty and students in the use of software and equipment, and introduce new software and technological devices.
This is a full-time, non-tenure track position. Qualifications include: at least a Master's Degree in Applied Linguistics or Instructional Technology, with experience in CALL or CMC. Preference given to cadidates with proficiency in a second language.
Must be an enrolled student to be eiligible for employment. Position is responsible for assisting LLL&RC patrons at the main HelpDesk of the facility, issuing equipment and materials, assisting in the maintenance and general upkeep of the facility, answering telephones, and conducting a variety of supportive office- and library-type functions.
Applicants with Financial Aid WorkStudy will be given preference whenever possible. Schedule and number of hours worked are flexible and varied. We offer a competitive starting wage, the opportunity to gain exceptional experience, and to be part of a dedicated, respectful team.