Multiple Faculty Position Announcements
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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
The College of Liberal Arts has 320 full-time faculty and approximately
3,736 majors in ten departments. For more information about the college,
Art – Three Positions. (1 – 122090). BookArts/Letterpress.
M.F.A. required with any studio emphasis. Two years full-time
teaching experience in book arts, letterpress, and foundations beyond
graduate assistantship preferred. (2 – 122110). Printmaking. M.F.A.
required with a printmaking emphasis. Two years full-time teaching
experience in printmaking beyond graduate assistantship preferred.
(3 – 122140). Graphic Design. M.F.A. required with a graphic design
emphasis. Two years full-time teaching experience in graphic design
beyond graduate assistantship preferred.
English – One Position. (641040). Composition Studies.
Assistant Professor. Ph.D. in Composition Studies or related field
by appointment date. Specialization open. Preference given to those
with coursework and/or experience in writing centers, writing across
curriculum, National Writing Project site, TA coordination, writing
assessment, technology in composition instruction, developmental
writing, TESOL, rhetoric, or grammar/linguistics. Writing and
teaching fiction and/or creative non-fiction a plus. Teaching freshman
composition and/or literature desirable.
Geosciences – One Position. (125060). Geographic Information
Systems. Specialization and extensive expertise in geographic
information systems (GIS). Strong record of obtaining external funding
required. Teach graduate and advanced undergraduate GIS courses.
Expertise in enterprise GIS and computer programming for geospatial
database applications; success in obtaining multiple grants and/or
contracts over timespan of several years preferred.
History – Four Positions. (1 – 126005). Department Chair.
Specialization open. Eligible for rank of Associate/Full Professor.
Tenure upon appointment possible. Record of excellence in scholarship
and teaching; record of experience in departmental and/or university
governance. (2 – 126040). Modern Eastern European History. Teach
Russian history, and world/or western civilization. Modern European
Cultural and Intellectual teaching field desirable. (3 – 126110). Public
History. Rank open. Archival administration or related practice fields
preferred. (4 – 126140) African History. Expertise in Sub-Saharan
Africa and study abroad experience preferred.
Music – One Position. (131080). Tuba. Doctorate in music
desired; ABD considered. Or, a documented active and substantive
teaching and performing career (coupled with a master’s degree) will
be considered in lieu of doctorate. Evidence of active performance
career required; higher education teaching experience preferred.
Philosophy – One Position. (123315). Religious Studies.
Assistant Professor. Specialization in some area of comparative
religion, but with wide interests, and will engage in substantial
curricular development. Must evidence scholarly contributions to field
Political Science – One Position. (128160). International
Relations. Assistant Professor. Teach general and specialized
undergraduate/graduate IR courses. Contribute to new master’s
degree program in International Affairs offering specializations in
International Security and Peace and International Development and
Sociology/Anthropology – One Position. (129310).
Anthropology. Demonstrate skills and interests in developing/teaching
courses in quantitative methods of analysis in anthropology, with
preference for those with abilities to incorporate applications of GIS
software; subfield areas open, but particularly interested in linguistic,
medical or paleoethnobotany. Geographic concentration open, but
program strengths are in the southeastern US, Brazilian Amazon, and
Speech & Theatre – Four Positions. (1 – 130140). Lighting
Designer. M.F.A. or Ph.D. in Theatre required. Significant professional
experience in production, history of academic research through
conference attendance and participation and/or publication; three
years university teaching experience in lighting and design preferred.
(2 – 126560). Dance. Assistant Professor. Significant professional
experience in performance/production; history of academic research
through conference attendance and participation and/or publication;
demonstrated administrative skills, and university experience teaching
Dance preferred. (3 – 107530). Debate. Assistant Professor. Two
years coaching debate at university level required. Experience in
building successful debate program at university level preferred. (4
– 107540). Musical Theatre. Assistant Professor. M.F.A. in Theatre,
Musical Theatre or related field required. Professional experience as
director, choreographer, or performer in musical theatre; three years
university teaching in musical theatre, voice, movement, or related
courses; certification in secondary teaching expertise such as Voice
for the Actor (Linklater, Fitzmaurice, Berry, Rodenburg or Lessac), or
recognized Movement pedagogy; able to teach introductory/advanced
level classes preferred.
COLLEGE OF MASS COMMUNICATION
Mass Communication is one of the largest colleges of mass communication
in the United States with 68 full-time faculty and more than 3,200 majors.
For more information about the college, see http://www.mtsu.edu/
Associate Dean – One Position. (420050). Doctoral degree
in area of Mass Communication-Journalism, Electronic Media, or
Recording Industry. Three years teaching experience at college level
and knowledgeable in all facets of University activities. Communicate
effectively, establish/maintain working relationships with diverse
constituencies, support diversity efforts in college, and suggest
improvement in policy.
Electronic Media Communication – One Position. (144130).
Teach courses in electronic/digital media development, management,
and/or production. Requires either significant professional
experience in electronic media industry or a master’s degree in mass
communications or closely related field by appointment date. Must
have broad experience with and knowledge for creating/publishing
current mainstream forms of electronic media communications.
Extensive professional experience in electronic media industry and a
terminal degree in field preferred.
School of Journalism – Two Positions. Terminal degree in a
mass communication field expected by appointment date. Master’s
degree in related area and exceptionally distinguished record of
professional achievement in the communication industry considered
in lieu of terminal degree. College-level teaching experience preferred.
Professional experience in a communications industry a plus. (1 –
143060). Advertising and New Media. Teach undergraduate courses
in advertising and visual communication with emphasis in digital
technology/emerging media design in advertising. Demonstrate
teaching effectiveness and recent research/creative activity and
evidence of commitment to understanding diverse populations. (2 –
143360). Public Relations. Teach undergraduate public relations
courses with an interest in visual communication and multimedia
applications as it relates to public relations or mass communication.
Recording Industry – Two Positions. Must work independently
with little oversight. (1 – 145270). Commercial Songwriting.
Master’s degree in related field expected by appointment date.
Evidence of professional work as songwriter or songwriting instructor,
artist, or publisher; significant experience in writing, arranging or
producing music preferred. Experience teaching college-level courses
preferred. (2 – 145330). Audio Production. Master’s degree in
related field expected by appointment date. Evidence of professional
work in live sound reinforcement and concert production and/or
evidence of professional work in studio recording and production.
Significant experience in large-scale sound system design, installation
and operation preferred. Experience teaching college-level courses in
audio production preferred.
JAMES E. WALKER LIBRARY
Library – One Position. (401160). Collection Management
Librarian – E-Resource Cataloging. ALA accredited master’s degree, at
least two years post-MLS cataloging experience; proficient knowledge
of MARC and demonstrated experience with cataloging electronic
resources; experience with OCLC’s Connexion client and knowledge
of library technical services operations and office applications; ability
to work collegially. Service oriented librarian responsible for cataloging
electronic resources, serving as liaison with vendors on technical
issues, providing web page guidance to unit, and working closely
with acquisitions, collection assessment and systems librarians on
workflow, statistical support for e-books and issues related to ILS and
collection management computers.
MTSU, a culturally diverse university, is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
educational institution and employer. Women, ethnic minorities, and persons with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.
known for its natural beauty and quality
of life ( http://www.georgia.gov). Athens,
the home of UGA, is consistently rated as
one the nation’s best college towns and a
wonderful place to live ( http://www.visita-thensga.com). The University of Georgia
( http://www.uga.edu) is a land grant/sea
institution located 70 miles northeast of
Atlanta. The University of Georgia is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
and enhancing diversity. To review posting
and apply, go to http://oregonstate.edu/
jobs. Apply to posting #0008104. Closing date is October 28, 2011. OSU is an
African Studies: Assistant Professor of
Black Studies, Specialist in African Studies preferred. Tenure track appointment
at University of Nebraska at Omaha, full-time, available August 13, 2012. Ph.D. required. The successful candidate will develop new courses, teach general survey
courses as well as his/her specialty and
have an interest in developing and maintaining academic research, publication,
and community outreach. A review of
all applications will begin November 1,
2011. The university and department have
a strong commitment to achieving diversity among faculty and staff. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from under-represented groups and
strongly encourage women and persons
of color to apply for this position. Apply
for this position at http://www.unomaha.
edu. click on Employment and then Current Jobs Openings-Apply (in red). Cover
letter, curriculum vitae and list of references must be attached to the electronic
application. Send sample of written work,
any available evidence of teaching effectiveness, and three letters of recommendation to: Search Committee, Department
of Black Studies, ASH 184 University of
Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE 68182-
Aquatic Biology: Faculty. Waynesburg
University, full-time, tenure-track position, beginning Fall 2012. Applications
will be accepted until the position is filled.
Ph. D. in appropriate field is strongly preferred. The successful candidate will
teach courses in Environmental Science
and Aquatic/Marine Biology. The candidate may teach additional courses depending on the candidate’s background and the
department’s needs. Normal faculty duties
such as committee assignments, advising,
curriculum development, internship facilitation and service are also expected.
Successful candidates must demonstrate
a strong Christian faith, a commitment to
the University’s Mission and a demonstrated commitment to that faith, through his/
her professional responsibilities, relationships and the mentoring of students. Send
resume/cv and letter of interest, along with
a written statement that articulates the relationship between the candidate’s profession and his/her Christian faith, and
of five references. Include transcripts (
unofficial copies are acceptable initially).
Apply to the Human Resources Office,
Waynesburg University, 51 West College
Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370, e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information, please see the University home
Landscape Architecture or closely related field. Record of successful teaching at
post secondary level; evidence of peer-reviewed scholarship such as publications,
presentations, design competitions, and/or
awards. Send resume and credentials to:
Leslie Corey, Human Resources Generalist, Mississippi State University, McAr-thur Hall, Room 224, Mississippi State,
LA 39762. Please respond within 30 days
and refer to Job#11486. Mississippi State
University is an affirmative action/equal
The College of Arts and Sciences invites applications for several tenure-track positions beginning in 2012-13.
Successful candidates will demonstrate an understanding of the scholar-teacher model and be committed to the
mission and core values of the University: values orientation, community & diversity, life-long learning, and community
service. The College stresses integrative education, community engagement, and student research.
Founded in 1893, the University of La Verne is located 35 miles east of Los Angeles in the foothills of the San Gabriel
Mountains and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution.
Biology (Microbiology) Job Number #3101
Communications (Broadcast Journalism) Job Number #3118
Mathematics (Math Education) Job Number #3121
Modern Languages (Writing) Job Number #3122
Movement & Sports Science (Chair) Job Number #3099
Political Science (Comparative) Job Number #3142
Psychology (Chair/Masters Counseling) Job Number #3115
Psychology (Clinical) Job Number #3116
Sociology Job Number #3119
For a full description and application information,
Anthroplogy: Oregon State University Anthropology is seeking applicants for a full-time (1.0 F TE), 9-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor Position in Bio-Cultural
Anthropology. Salary is commensurate
with education and experience. Required
qualifications include Ph. D in Anthropology or like appropriate discipline, active
research and demonstrated expertise involving social determinants of health and
a demonstrable commitment to promoting
Architecture: Assistant Professor, Landscape Architecture - Will teach under-graduate and graduate courses in Landscape Architecture and Landscape Contracting and Management Programs; develop and maintain a scholarly/research
agenda in area of expertise through publications in refereed journals and presentations at refereed/reviewed professional
meetings; serve on graduate committees
for Master’s students and direct graduate
theses; serve on departmental, college and
university committees and carry out other duties as necessary for the effective operation of the department. Ph.D. or ABD
Art: Assistant Professor, Art Historian,
Contemporary Art Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri Assistant Professor,
full-time tenure-track post in the field of
Contemporary Art History; primary focus
in art and visual culture from the period
1970 to the present, to join a dynamic and
well-established department of eight ten-ure-stream faculty, with a strong graduate
program (MA and Ph. D.), as well as thriving major and minor programs. We are located in a university with a major school of
art and architecture, and in a city marked
by widespread interest and strong collections in contemporary art. We seek candidates with a recently completed Ph. D. who
offer strong preparation not only in contemporary art practices and critical theories, but also a secondary strength that
may be defined as architecture, photography or film, new media, global contemporary arts, gender and sexuality studies, or
an area of specialization in art from outside Europe and the United States. Position to begin Fall 2012. Completed Ph.D.
and some teaching experience required.
Duties include maintaining a high level of scholarly research and publication;
teaching four courses per year, including
eventual teaching of a large Introduction
to Modern Art, Architecture and Design
(which draws art, architecture and liberal
arts students), and lecture classes and seminars in area of specialization for both undergraduate and graduate students; advising students at all levels; and department
and university service. First consideration
will be given to applications received by
January 6, 2011. Selected candidates will
be interviewed at CAA. To apply, please
go to http://jobs.wustl.edu and apply to
The University of La Verne is an Equal Opportunity Employer
job posting #22669. Required materials
include a letter of application, CV, and a
writing sample, all of which should be up-
loaded to the Web site. The 3 required
confidential letters of recommendation
and writing samples too large to be up-
loaded should be directed to Professor
Elizabeth Childs, Chair, Department of
Art History and Archaeology, Campus