New Job: Norwegian Instructor

Title:  Norwegian Instructor

Hiring Company: International Center for Language Studies

Company Description:  The International Center for Language Studies (ICLS) was founded in 1966 in Washington, DC as a woman-owned, private organization dedicated to teaching foreign languages and English as a Second Language.

Since its inception, ICLS has worked cooperatively with international organizations, government agencies, private companies, and individual students from all over the world, providing language instruction and testing in over 80 languages. We train diplomats, government and military officials, business executives, development specialists, university and college students, medical personnel, lawyers, judges, economists, and their families.

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Location: Washington, DC, United States

Industry: Education

Job Type: Part-Time/Full-Time

Application Deadline:  None Specified

Description:  We are currently seeking experienced foreign language instructors for teaching opportunities in Washington, DC for teaching assignments ranging from 4-8 hours per day.


  • Must have 2 years’ experience teaching Norwegian to adults
  • Must be a native speaker, educated in the Norwegian language, and possess at least a B.A.
  • Must be legally able to work in the United States

Candidates familiar with the ILR scale and with experience preparing students for proficiency testing strongly preferred. Preference will be given to instructors who live in the D.C. area since assignments will be positioned at our location in downtown Washington, DC. Please submit a cover letter, indicating your earliest availability. Be sure to list all teaching experience in your resume, including in-person and distance learning settings.

How to apply:  Apply via job posting site.

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