JOURNALISM AND HUMANITIES INSTRUCTOR

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JOURNALISM AND HUMANITIES INSTRUCTOR

Full-time Instructor position primarily responsible for teaching courses in Communications and Journalism. This position also manages The Agora, the student newspaper. Additional duties include promoting, directing, developing, and implementing the Journalism curriculum and attending regional and national conferences with student journalists. Candidate expected to remain current in latest Communications Technologies and to develop curriculum in applicable subject areas. Instructor establishes and maintains an advisory committee comprised of Industry stake holders. Faculty must also have at least 18 graduate credits in another humanities discipline (e.g.: English, Philosophy, Spanish, German, French, or Communications) and be prepared to teach in it, if needed. As an integral member of the Humanities and Social Sciences Division, the faculty member is expected to develop effective collegial relationships, work closely with students and local employers, and take part in promotion of Division programs and the College in general. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited university/college in a field or discipline directly related to the topics to be instructed plus 18 graduate program credits in Journalism. As well, the candidate must possess secondary qualifications (18 graduate credit hours) in another Humanities discipline. Any computation of minimum qualifications in noted disciplines (both primary and secondary) will be considered. Minimum of two years of recent successful occupational/professional experience in Journalism. Experience teaching at the collegiate level with ability to identify and implement assessment of student learning strategies. Experience in delivering instruction in blended or online formats a plus. Base salary $51,329 - $56,465, negotiable based on experience and education negotiable based on experience and education; faculty contract 35-hour week; 162-day school year; and Summer semester extra-contractual opportunities may be available. Interested individuals should send letter of interest, resume, MCCC faculty employment application, two letters of recommendation and academic transcripts (official transcripts required upon hire) to:

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Linda Marsh
Human Resources Specialist
Monroe County Community College
1555 S. Raisinville Rd.
Monroe, MI 48161
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See www.monroeccc.edu/jobs/ for MCCC faculty employment application
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Posted: 12/26/2018
Application Due: 8/3/2019
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