(Closed) Assistant Professor in Broadcasting & Professional Communication
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Position Summary And Responsibilities
The Department of Art, Broadcasting and Professional Communication invites applications for an instructor or assistant professor, beginning in August 2019.
The teaching load for this position is 12 credit hours per semester (fall and spring). The candidate must be able to teach a variety of undergraduate courses that may include social media, journalism, event planning, and related foundation classes. In addition, the person will advise students, serve on departmental and University committees, make scholarly contributions to the profession, and supervise students who are completing internships, capstone projects, and other experiential experiences. Faculty members are evaluated on teaching, scholarship, and service.
Qualified applicants must hold a graduate degree in Communications or a closely related field; PhD preferred and masters degree considered. Ideal candidates must be willing to work collaboratively to build and grow a dynamic and innovative program. Priority will be given to applicants with evidence of (1) high-quality teaching, both face-to-face and online, (2) strong background in social media, (3) relevant professional work experience, and (4) knowledge of esports.
$45-50K DOE. Comprehensive fringe benefit package including employer paid full family coverage for health insurance, TIAA-CREFF retirement plan, and tuition waiver benefits. Explore MSU Benefits
Applications must include: a letter of application, curriculum vitae, the names of five references, and a statement of teaching philosophy. For more information, contact Bill Harbort, Art, Broadcasting and Professional Communication Department Chair, at: click apply
Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. For more information, or for accommodations contact: click apply. If you have questions about the position or Minot State University, please contact: Bill Harbort, Department Chair of Art, Broadcasting and Professional Communication.
Minot State University is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled are encouraged to apply. A criminal history background check must be satisfied prior to employment. The State of North Dakota has an open records law; therefore, if you are a finalist, your application could be subject to review upon request.