Writing Center

Interim Director of Writing Center - College of Wooster

The College of Wooster invites applications for the Interim Director of the Writing Center. The Interim Director is a full-time salaried professional staff position that provides leadership for the Writing Center and oversees the professional staff of the Center, the Writing Center Intern, and Writing Center Peer Tutors.

Tenure Track Assistant Professor of English-- Spring Hill College

Spring Hill College invites applications for an Assistant Professor in English specializing in composition. Ph.D. expected. Full-time, tenure-track with duties equivalent to a 4/4 teaching load divided between the English Department and Center for Academic Excellence. Candidate can expect to teach developmental writing courses with potential for advanced courses in composition and grammar. CAE duties include preparation of undergraduate writing tutors and collaboration with faculty. Founded in 1830, Spring Hill College is a private, Jesuit, liberal arts institution of 1,300 students.

Director, The Writing Center and Writing Across the Curriculum

Director, writing center and writing across the curriculum. Tenure-track Assistant Professor position in rhetoric and composition, beginning Fall 2010. Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition by Fall 2010 required. The director provides leadership and coordination through the Boise State Writing Center (including recruiting, mentoring, and supervising undergraduate consultants) and would have the opportunity to enhance, coordinate, and provide increased visibility for WAC initiatives on campus.

Job Opening: Writing Center Director, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

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Department of English

Position: Writing Center Director, at the rank of lecturer
(non-tenure-track) or assistant professor (tenure-track), depending on
qualifications, beginning Fall 2009.

Duties: Supervising the Writing Center and computer lab (including
developing policies and procedures, hiring and training tutors,
promotion), teaching undergraduate courses, and service (e.g.,
advising, departmental and university committees). For an assistant
professor, continued publishing in field and work with M.A. and Ph.D.