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Language Lab Coordinator Duties

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This is responsible professional and administrative work in the administration and maintenance of a language laboratory.
Work involves developing in-house laboratory policies and practices, planning and implementing language training programs, and evaluating programs and needs. Work is generally performed independently and supervision may be exercised over other employees. Work is reviewed through periodic conferences and the observation of results.


Conducts surveys and research to determine training needs, capabilities, and effectiveness.

Coordinates facilities, materials, and personnel for laboratory operations.

Prepares a wide variety of programs and administrative reports.

Designs and develops training programs for laboratory uses.

Supervises student assistants and graduate students employed by the department and assigned to work in the language laboratories.

Edits and duplicates tapes and schedules laboratory programs.

Procures, repairs, and maintains laboratory equipment.

Maintains a suitably indexed collection of professional literature which can be brought to the attention of colleagues in the various language departments.

Performs related work as required.


Graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in foreign language and some administrative experience related to this class of work; or any equivalent combination of training and experience.

Thorough knowledge of at least one modern foreign language.

Thorough knowledge of foreign language training methodology, techniques, and principles.

Knowledge of the operation and routine maintenance of equipment common to the language laboratories.

Ability to coordinate multiple activities and programs into an orderly operation of the laboratory facility.

Ability to employ modern learning aids and techniques.

Ability to work effectively with university officials, fellow employees, and the general public.



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