The successful candidate should be proficient in Italian, familiar with Rome (preferably through completion of an LSA or LSA+), and have experience as a drill instructor (AT).
Director's Assistant duties include leading conversation/drill sections, facilitating positive interactions and a sense of community among program members, organizing cultural activities, assisting the faculty director with program administrative and logistical needs, and otherwise being a productive member of the staff team in Rome.
As a Director's Assistant you will also have the opportunity to conduct independent research projects with each program's faculty director.
Expenses for transportation, housing and meals in Rome, and incidentals (small stipend for each program) are all paid for by the program.
The Director's Assistant position may be held for one, two, or all three terms.
Contact Prof. Nancy Canepa with questions and/or to request an application.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, with final decision by February 1, 2020.