Job: Holocaust Indexer (Shoah Foundation Institute)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

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Information Technology ServicesITS
Los Angeles, California

We are currently seeking Holocaust Indexers to join the Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History within Information Technology Services. Indexers will be responsible for indexing oral history interviews with survivors and other witnesses of the Holocaust. The indexing work involves researching, selecting and placing terms from a thesaurus into timecoded segments of the video or audio interview.

The successful candidate should have at least one year of experience with indexing as well as possess excellent analytical, writing and communication skills. They should be highly knowledgeable of Holocaust terminology and European geography. The knowledge of a second language, such as well as experience in higher education are strongly preferred.

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Acad. Job: Part Time Russian Language Instructor (Syracuse University)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics at Syracuse University is seeking Part-Time Instructor(s) to teach 4-credit section(s) of Russian 101 and 201 in the Fall 2022 semester, which begins August 29, 2022 (appointment begins on August 22, 2022). Offer is contingent upon sufficient enrollment.

RUS 101 – Russian I Introductory proficiency-based course which prepares students to understand, speak, read, and write in culturally authentic contexts. Activities are conducted in Russian.

RUS 201 – Russian III Continuing proficiency-based course which refines and expands previously acquired linguistic skills in culturally authentic contexts. Activities are conducted in Russian.

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Job: Director of Academic Programs (CERES, Georgetown University)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Georgetown’s Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies (CERES) in the Walsh School of Foreign Service houses one of the nation’s preeminent Master’s degree programs and hosts a rich program of events on the region.

The Director of Academic Programs is responsible for all academic advising, academic program development and recruiting activities in CERES. They manage CERES admissions and recruitment, coordinate with the CERES Director and CERES faculty in program and curriculum development, and develop outreach activities related to alumni and other stakeholder groups.

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Assistant Program Officer / Program Officer, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia (National Endowment for Democracy)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

The National Endowment for Democracy (NED), a federally funded, private, nonprofit grantmaking organization that works to support freedom around the world, seeks an Assistant Program Officer or Program Officer for Southeast Europe. The position is based in Washington, D.C.

Position Summary:

 The Assistant Program Officer (APO) or Program Officer (PO) will work with the regional director and senior program staff to manage the Endowment’s grant programs in the Southeast Europe region, with emphasis on Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia, and potentially Central Europe, as well as other countries in Europe as needed.

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Online Courses in Ukrainian and Hungarian (UC Berkeley)

Applications Open August 10

In 2022-23 UC Berkeley will offer online instruction in Ukrainian and Hungarian at two levels: Elementary and Advanced Readings.

For more information on individual courses, please click the following links. All times PST.

Elementary Ukrainian: https://classes.berkeley.edu/content/2022-fall-ukraini-1a-001-lec-001

Advanced Readings in Ukrainian: https://classes.berkeley.edu/content/2022-fall-ukraini-160-001-lec-001

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