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Writing Center Director and Librarian - Earlham College

Writing Center Director and Librarian


Earlham College invites applications for the position of Writing Center Director and Librarian in Lilly Library. This is a full-time, 11-month administrative faculty appointment. Salary is commensurate with experience, and includes a benefits package.

Earlham seeks a motivated, independent, creative person to direct the Writing Center. The Director will partner with personnel across the College to promote excellent writing. This position is supervised by the Library Director.


Two Lecturer searches in Writing Programs at Arizona State University

We will be conducting searches for the following two Lecturer positions for Writing Programs in the English Department of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at ASU, both with a start date of August 2019:

Lecturer Specialty: Rhetoric and Composition—Project-Based Writing Pedagogies

Lecturer Specialty: Rhetoric and Composition: Digital Pedagogies


Lecturer, UC Davis Writing Program, Developmental & Multilingual Writing

The independent writing program at UC Davis is hiring a full time lecturer to join our community! Please share information about our development, multilingual writing position with your friends and colleagues. Read more about the job and apply on our website. 



Writing and Rhetoric Instructor, Florida International University, Miami, FL

The Writing and Rhetoric Program in the Department of English invites exceptionally qualified candidates for a non-tenure track faculty position at the level of Instructor. We are seeking candidates whose teaching, research, and/or graduate course work positions them to excel in one or more of the following areas: teaching first-year composition to multilingual students, teaching technical and/or scientific writing to multilingual students, teaching online, and teaching courses in rhetorical and writing theory.


Writing Center Director

The College of Saint Rose announces a national search for a new Writing Center Director. The Writing Center is a key component in an undergraduate and graduate education committed to student writing. The Writing Center Director facilitates the development and implementation of academic services in writing across the College’s curriculum. In collaboration with academic and administrative departments, this position creates, implements, and delivers writing and reading workshops and programs to meet the needs of students and faculty.


Lecturer in Compostion (multiple positions) - apply by March 31, 2019

The University of Pittsburgh Composition program invites applications for full-time lecturers to join an active and innovative program that houses first-year composition classes and a growing Public and Professional Writing major and certificate program. Colleagues teach a range of courses in the undergraduate composition curriculum, from first-year composition courses to intermediate and advanced courses. Full-time lecturers teach a 3/3 load, with some responsibility for administrative or committee work. Lecturers hired in this search will have a three-year renewable 8 month contract, starting in fall term 2019. Non-tenure-track faculty members are not eligible for tenure, but have paths to promotion.