Claflin University

Instructor/Assistant Professor of Mass Communications

Job Location(s) US-SC-Orangeburg
ID
2022-1231
# of Openings
1
Category
Instructor/Assistant/Associate Professor
Type
Full-Time Faculty/Regular

Responsibilities

The Department of Mass Communications invites applications for an instructor/assistant professor for the Fall 2022 semester. The successful candidate will be required to teach a wide range of courses not limited to video production, broadcast writing and reporting, multimedia reporting as well as news reporting, and audio and video editing. The candidate may also produce and deliver a student-led newscast for the department and supervise the CU National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) student chapter.

Qualifications

MA/MS in Mass Communications with a minimum of 18 documented hours in journalism, broadcast journalism or mass communications and expertise in broadcast news reporting and media writing are required. PhD preferred. Professional experience in a newsroom is also required. Expertise with the Adobe Creative Suite and knowledge of multimedia equipment is expected, along with a record of working with students.

PREFERRED: Preferred applicants will have at least two years' experience teaching courses in Broadcast News production to undergraduate students and the capacity to teach Adobe Premiere Pro. Also, ideal candidates should have some knowledge of news and script writing software.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applicants  should apply; www.icims.com; , send a letter of application, a current curriculum vita, unofficial copies of transcripts of all graduate work, a link to a portfolio of developed work, three current letters of recommendation and the addresses, telephone numbers and emails of at least three references professional references to:

Dr. Isaiah McGee, Dean
School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Claflin University
400 Magnolia Street
Orangeburg, SC 29115

Email: imcgee@claflin.edu Office telephone: (803) 535-5234

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