Baruch College job ad

School of Public Affairs
Assistant Professor of Public Communication

The School of Public Affairs at Baruch College invites applications for a position to teach public communication at the rank of Assistant Professor. The start date is August 2013 and the appointment will be tenure-track. The position requires teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in public communication practices, communication strategy, media relations, and public advocacy. The candidate must have obtained a Ph.D. before the position start date.  He/she should possess an interest in working with an ethnically and racially diverse student body. Excellence in teaching, a commitment to research, and the willingness to participate in university and public service is expected.

The committee seeks a candidate with an established research program in some aspect of public communication, such as political communication, deliberative democracy, persuasion, new media, social movements, rhetorical or critical/cultural analyses of public discourse, public argumentation, public relations, organizational communication, healthcare communication, intercultural communication, international relations, or media policy and regulation. In addition, candidates should have experience teaching written and oral communication, argumentation, and advocacy. The committee is open to reviewing applications from candidates from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds who have appropriate research programs and teaching experience.

To apply, send an email by January 11, 2013 to AT with a cover letter to the search committee chair Professor David Hoffman, curriculum vitae, list of three references, and one representative publication, all in PDF format. In the email subject line put the position title Public Communication.  EO/AA Employer.

USC job ad

Business Communication: The Center for Management Communication in the Marshall School of Business invites applications for a full-time Assistant, Associate, or full Professor of Clinical Management Communication (non-tenure-track, rank dependent on experience and qualifications) beginning in academic year 2013-14.

Teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate courses in communication strategy, organizational and leadership communication, and advanced writing for business. We are especially interested in applicants with expertise in the areas of new media, business ethics, workplace diversity, and international/cross-cultural communication. Service responsibilities to the department, school, and university are also required.

Strong applicants will have demonstrated excellence in teaching, extensive hands-on business experience in today’s global marketplace, a command of classroom technology and new media, and a Ph.D. in a related field.

The Center for Management Communication is the oldest and largest unit of its kind in the U.S., with 24 full-time faculty members from a range of professional and disciplinary backgrounds. We encourage cross-disciplinary scholarship and collaborative teaching. USC offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits packages.

To apply, please post a letter of application, CV, and the names of three references to the USC Jobs site, requisition #014731.  Review of applications will begin September 1, 2012, and will continue until a suitable candidate or candidates are identified.

Further inquiries may be sent via email or in hard-copy format to:
Gregory Patton, Ph.D.
Chair, Faculty Recruitment Committee
Center for Management Communication
Marshall School of Business
3660 Trousdale Parkway – ACC 400
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA  90089-0444

The University of Southern California values diversity in its entire faculty and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.  Women, men, and members of all racial and ethnic groups are encouraged to apply. 

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