U Stirling Job Ad: Media & Communications (UK)

Job adsLectureship in Media and CommunicationsUniversity of Stirling. Closes: August 6, 2017.

We seek to appoint a Lecturer (Grade7/8) in the field of Media and Communications. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the MSc in Media Management in areas such as media economics, the creative industries, media policy, strategic media management or similar areas. The successful candidate will also be expected to pursue research within the broad field of communications, media and culture, supervise doctoral students and undertake administrative duties as appropriate. The post is based on the Stirling campus, but the postholder will be required to deliver short intensive programmes as part of our Media Management programme in Vietnam.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to participate in the development of a range of new courses, in line with their own interests and specialisms and in collaboration with other colleagues within the Division and School and in conjunction with international partners.

While we would welcome applicants from across the field of media and communications, we would be particularly interested in developing capacity in the following areas: Media Management, Creative Industries, Media Policy and Regulation, Advertising and Marketing Communications, Media Economics, Audience Research and Management, Production Culture and Cultural Policy. We seek to appoint to the open-ended position of Lecturer from 1 December 2017 (or by date mutually agreed).

Northwestern U in Qatar 2 Job Ads

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY IN QATAR (NU-Q)

Position 1: Director, Communication Program

Northwestern University’s first international campus, Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q), is searching for a senior faculty member to serve as director of our program in communication.

Of special interest are candidates with expertise in media economics, media industry studies, or related fields. The ideal candidate will be a senior scholar with administrative experience; the successful candidate will act as Director of the Communication Program, leading a faculty of eleven and working closely with the Dean’s Office on issues of faculty development, mentoring, and curricular planning. Such a candidate will have a reduced teaching load, but will be expected to lead undergraduate courses on topics related to his or her expertise. Candidates should have a record of publication and scholarly accomplishment commensurate with the rank and position. Relevant industry experience and demonstrated interest in the Middle East will be especially welcome. Earned Ph.D. preferred. The program director also represents the Communication Program across the school, in Qatar’s Education City, and at the home campus in Evanston.

Our NU-Q programs in journalism, communication, and liberal arts work to advance the understanding and practice of freedom of expression. Our goal is to build a Northwestern University legacy of education and discovery in a dynamic area of the world in which excellence in science, technology, health care, and the information economy are fundamental goals of our host nation, Qatar. Many faculty find this to be a geographic area rich in research opportunities.

Toward this end, we seek individuals engaged in visionary lines of teaching, research, and creative activity who will appreciate a culturally diverse community of students, faculty, and staff of women and men drawn from Qatar, the United States, South Asia, Europe, Africa, North and South America, and elsewhere. The successful candidate will join faculty colleagues whose teaching experience includes Northwestern, Stanford, Cambridge, Columbia, Minnesota, and other highly ranked schools. Located in Education City in Doha, Qatar, NU-Q collaborates with sister institutions that include Carnegie Mellon, Cornell, Georgetown, Texas A&M, and Virginia Commonwealth and in 2017 will occupy its own 500,000 square foot building with leading edge teaching, research, and media technologies.

Apply
To apply, please send a letter of application, a CV, a sample of writing, a statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and the names of three references to:
communication-recruitment[at]qatar.northwestern.edu

Applications received by December 1, 2016, will receive the highest priority. The search will continue and applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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Position 2: Faculty Position in Media Management or Economics & Organizing Executive and Advanced Education

Northwestern University’s first international campus, Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q), is searching for a full-time faculty member to direct a new executive and graduate education program.

We seek candidates with expertise in the organization of executive university programs in media and communication, the social sciences, or humanities. The ideal candidate will have experience in building and managing such a program and how it is taught. In addition, the ideal candidate would be able to teach both graduate and undergraduate courses in one or more of the following fields: media management or economics, social aspects of information technologies, or organizational communication. The applicant will be appointed to one or more of our three programs, in Communication, Journalism and Strategic Communication, and Liberal Arts. MBA or Masters with significant experience required, Ph.D. preferred. Interest in the MENA region would be welcomed.

Our NU-Q programs in Journalism, Communication, and Liberal Arts work to advance the understanding and practice of freedom of expression. Our goal is to build a Northwestern University legacy of education and discovery in a dynamic area of the world in which excellence in science, technology, health care, and the information economy are fundamental goals of our host nation, Qatar. Many faculty find this to be a geographic area rich in research opportunities.

Toward this end, we seek individuals engaged in visionary lines of teaching, research, and creative activity who will appreciate a culturally diverse community of students, faculty, and staff comprised of women and men drawn from Qatar, South Asia, Europe, Africa, North and South America, and elsewhere. The successful candidate will join faculty colleagues whose teaching experience includes Northwestern, Stanford, Cambridge, Columbia, Minnesota, and other highly ranked schools. Located in Education City in Doha, Qatar, NU-Q collaborates with sister institutions that include Carnegie Mellon, Cornell, Georgetown, Texas A&M, and Virginia Commonwealth and in 2017 will occupy its own 500,000-square-foot building with leading-edge teaching, research, and media technologies.

NU-Q faculty-in-residence receive generous research and faculty development support as well a highly competitive salary and a package of benefits and overseas allowances. Candidate should be available to begin August 1, 2017. Rank for these non-tenured positions is based upon qualifications and experience.

Applications received by December 1, 2016, will receive the highest priority. The search will continue and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, please send a letter of application, a CV, a sample of writing, a statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and the names of three references to: executive-recruitment[at]qatar.northwestern.edu

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in Qatar.

 

Bradley U job ad

The Department of Communication at Bradley University seeks a dynamic and creative television arts professor to join a productive team of interdisciplinary colleagues in August of 2012.  This is a full-time, tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant professor. Teaching assignments will be based on the candidate’s expertise and interests as well as the curriculum needs of the Department of Communication, but primary teaching responsibilities include media sales, media management, media programming and promotion.  The successful candidate will have expertise in, and the ability to teach, the full range of social and interactive media in a global environment.  The ideal candidate will embrace a global perspective, cultural diversity, and an understanding of the new digital age of communication.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1.  Appropriate terminal degree (ABD considered, but terminal degree required for tenure-track appointment)
2.  Professional experience in one or more of the primary teaching areas
3.  College-level teaching experience
4.  Potential for research and/or creative production

PREFERED QUALIFICATIONS
1.  Ability to teach television production courses and the department’s core courses.

RANK:           Assistant Professor

SALARY:         Commensurate with experience and qualifications

STARTING DATE:  August 15, 2012

RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Teach three courses per semester in Television Arts
2. Advise program majors
3. Engage in research/creative production
4. Other departmental committees/responsibilities as assigned

REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIAL: Qualified candidates should submit:
1. A letter of application addressing the qualifications for the position
(Both a paper copy and an electronic copy)
2. Full curriculum vitae or resume
(Both a paper copy and an electronic copy)
3. Three current letters of recommendation (hard copy)
4. Tangible evidence of teaching effectiveness (such as student and/or peer evaluations) and scholarly potential (hard copy)
5. Unofficial copies of graduate-level transcripts (hard copy)

Employment with Bradley University is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a criminal background check.

APPLY TO:                               Dr. Ali Zohoori
Chair, Television Arts Search Committee
Department of Communication
Bradley University Peoria, IL  61625
E-mail: zohoori@bradley.edu

DEADLINE TO ENSURE FULL CONSIDERATION:
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Bradley University is an independent, non-sectarian, selective university enrolling approximately 6,000 students.  The Department of Communication, one of the departments in the Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts, is the largest department in the university, with dynamic programs that stress interdisciplinary cooperation and a spirit of interaction with the university and with external constituents.  All department members have offices and instructional facilities in the Caterpillar Global Communications Center.

Bradley University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  Members of ethnic minorities and women are especially encouraged to apply.

U Oregon job ad

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
School of Journalism and Communication
Assistant Professor

The University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication seeks up to three outstanding Assistant Professors to join our faculty, carry out scholarly research, and teach in both our undergraduate and graduate programs. The ideal candidates for these tenure-related positions will have a track record of research and university teaching experience in the field of journalism and communication and share our demonstrated commitment to working effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds.  Professional experience aligned with one or more of our undergraduate majors is preferred.  A Ph.D. in a relevant field is required, though ABD may be considered.

We seek colleagues with strong research and teaching interests in fields such as, but not limited to, media history; media effects; gender, diversity and media; international communication (particularly East Asia); communication technology; communication economics; visual communication; and media management.  Media historians are especially encouraged to apply, as are scholars with success in obtaining external funding for their research.  The new colleagues will teach and advise in one or more of our undergraduate majors (Journalism, Public Relations, Advertising, Communication Studies), as well as contribute to core undergraduate coursework relevant to all majors, such as our cross-disciplinary Gateway courses; Media and Society; Understanding Media; Media History; Gender, Diversity and Media; and/or International Communication.  The colleagues will also teach and advise in our master’s and doctoral programs in Communication and Society.  They will also have opportunities to participate in programs at our George S. Turnbull Center in Portland.

We invite applications from qualified candidates who share our commitment to a diverse learning and work environment.  Employment begins September 16, 2012.  For full consideration, applications must be received by November 1, 2011.  The position will remain open until filled.  Please send a letter of interest, CV and contact information for three references to:

Professor Janet Wasko
School of Journalism and Communication
1275 University of Oregon
Eugene OR  97403