The USCWriting Program in the Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences in Los Angeles, California, seeks qualified applicants for full-time teaching positions—Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Assistant Professor (Teaching)—to join our faculty beginning Fall 2019.
The Division of Academic Affairs at Rollins College is seeking an experienced professional to join the team. The Associate Coordinator provides comprehensive operational and service support for the TWC, including peer-writing consultation and subject-tutoring support to students.
University of New Orleans, Department of English and Foreign Languages, Visiting Assistant Professor of Professional Writing, to begin fall 2019 (two-year appointment with the opportunity of renewal for an additional two years).
The University of Hawai’i-West O’ahu invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Rhetoric and Composition beginning August 1, 2019. Please click the following link and search for position number 0076292 in the search box for information on the position duties, responsibilities, and requirements:
Department of English
Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing (Fiction)
Details: The English Department of Bowling Green State University invites applications for an Assistant Professor of English specializing in Creative Writing – Fiction. The department offers both an MFA and a BFA in Creative Writing and is also home to the literary journal Mid-American Review.
Rhetoric and Writing Studies. Assistant Professor. Full-time, tenure-track.
The Department of English at Illinois State University located in Normal, Illinois, invites applications for a ten-month tenure-track Advanced Assistant Professor or tenured Associate Professor to serve as the Director of the Illinois State University Writing Program (www.isuwriting.com).
The Department of Writing and Rhetoric at the University of Central Florida (UCF) seeks a Writing Specialist to work in the Daytona State College – UCF Writing Center. The position will provide individual and small-group writing assistance to UCF and Daytona State College (DSC) students, faculty, and staff from across the disciplines.
The Director of First Year Writing provides leadership for curricular and co-curricular initiatives that help students successfully transition to the College through support, guidance, and community. The aim is for students to gain the skills, knowledge of resources, and sense of community that will lead to academic success. The College’s First Year Program has two curricular components: a two-semester writing sequence, for which the director has direct responsibility, and a one-semester first-year seminar, directed by a faculty lead.
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.