Job location: Commerce TAMUC Employment Type:
Full-time Posted data:
R-042351 Job Title
Assistant Professor - EnglishAgency
Texas A&M University - CommerceDepartment
Literature & LanguagesProposed Minimum Salary
Commerce, TexasJob Type
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The Department of Literature & Languages at Texas A&M University-Commerce is seeking an Assistant Professor of English with a concentration in Latinx literature and film studies. This is a tenure-track position with a nine-month appointment and the possibility of teaching during the summer. The ideal candidate will have expertise in areas of Latinx literary studies, which may include specializations in Borderlands narratives, multi-ethnic American literatures, and similar areas. Preferred candidates should also have the ability to teach a breadth of film-studies courses, including subjects such as film history, narrative film, film genres, and film theory and criticism. This position requires teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels with the expectation of face-to-face and online teaching. The Department of Literature & Languages has English programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels, and faculty work closely with students at all levels. Faculty at Texas A & M University-Commerce are required to conduct scholarly activities, work cooperatively with others, and contribute service to their discipline, the university, and the community.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Teaching undergraduate, masters and doctoral-level courses in English;
- Maintaining and expanding upon an active research agenda;
- Advising students;
- Preparing syllabi;
- Updating course materials;
- Developing curriculum;
- Delivery of instruction both online and on any of the university campuses. Instructional duties may include teaching during the day, in the evening, or on Saturday.
- Working collaboratively with faculty and staff to implement departmental programs;
- Maintaining a current understanding of changes and trends in the discipline and effective pedagogical practices;
- Providing service to the department, college, university and public schools, and community; and
- Continual learning to stay current with research, best practices in teaching, and technological applications in the classroom, including online teaching
- Education: PhD in English with concentration in Latinx literature or a closely-related area.
- Experience / Knowledge / Skills: Demonstrated experience and knowledge in primary area.
- Ability to: Multi-task and work well as part of a team.
- Licensing/Professional Certifications: N/A
- Physical Requirements:
- Other Requirements: Ability to use computer software and programs and to teach online courses as needed
PREFERRED EDUCATION / SKILLS/ EXPERIENCE:
Education skills and experience above and beyond the minimum that would be ideal but is not required.
A secondary concentration in film studies is preferable.
SUPERVISION OF OTHERS:
All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the institution’s verification of credentials and/or other information required by the institution’s procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.
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