Job Postings

Slavic and East European Journal Assistant Editor Position

The Slavic and East European Journal, the publication of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, in partnership with the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures (SEELC) at The Ohio State University (OSU), is seeking to hire an assistant editor.

Part-time instructor of Russian, DePauw Univervisty

The Department of Modern Languages at DePauw University is looking for a part-time instructor of Russian, beginning August 2017, to teach two sections of Russian: one at the post-100 level (fall term), and one at the 100 level (spring term). Ph.D. preferred, M.A. required. Native or near-native fluency required. Area of scholarly specialization open.


One-year Postdoc positions at the School of Advanced Studies of the University of Tyumen

SAS postdoctoral fellowships will last one academic year and will involve research and teaching at the SAS BA program. Salary will be individually determined based on the candidate’s qualifications. Fellows will also receive funds for research travel and medical insurance; relocation expenses will also be covered. All fellows will be eligible to apply for permanent faculty positions in the second round of the SAS faculty recruitment in Spring, 2018.


Russian Teaching Positions at Indiana University Summer Language Workshop



The Indiana University Summer Language Workshop invites applications from teachers of Russian as a foreign language to fill anticipated openings in its eight-week program of intensive Russian instruction that will run June 5-July 28, 2017. Positions for comprehensive classes (4 skills plus grammar/lexicon) at introductory through advanced levels, as well as for specialized classes in phonetics, listening comprehension, and speaking may be available. Minimal qualifications:

Full-time Job Opening - Initiative on Islam & Medicine

The Section of Emergency Medicine in conjunction with the Initiative on Islam & Medicine at the University of Chicago is hiring a research assistant to work on a variety of projects spanning community-engaged, bioethics, health services, educational, and clinical research. The Research Specialist will work under the direction of Dr. Aasim I.

Uchicago Slavic Teaching Positions 2017-18






*DEADLINE: Friday, April 28, 2017

The Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures is soliciting applications for the following positions in the 2017-2018 Slavic Languages and Literatures program. All positions are dependent on availability of funds and final budgetary approval.


REES Culture Course**
Russian: First-Year Russian
Heritage Russian (Fall Quarter only)


Part-Time Russian Instructor at Clemson

The Russian Area Studies Committee and the Department of Foreign Languages at Clemson University invite applications for an Instructor of Russian Language. This is a one-year, part-time appointment with a possibility of renewal, pending budgetary approval. Duties consist of teaching three sections of introductory and intermediate Russian with a lab component.


Research Assistant, National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy

The Migration Policy Institute (MPI), a nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank dedicated to the study of national and international migration policies, seeks an exceptional individual to work in its National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy (NCIIP). The Research Assistant’s primary responsibilities will be to assist with qualitative and quantitative research and provide programmatic support in several areas of NCIIP’s work.

Program Assistant -- Russia/Eurasia Program

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a unique global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, India, and the United States, is seeking a program assistant to work with scholars in our Washington, DC-based Russia/Eurasia program.


Lecturer in Russian at the University of Wisconsin--Madison

The Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic of the University of Wisconsin--Madison seeks to fill a vacancy for a Lecturer in Russian for Fall 2017, with the possibility of extension to Spring 2018. Course load is 3 courses per semester. Salary commensurate with experience. In Fall 2017 the successful candidate will teach the following courses: Vladimir Nabokov: Russian and American Writings [in English]; History of Russian Culture [in Russian, for students above the level of fourth-year Russian]; and Third-Year Russian. Ph.D.


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