Job Board - Writing

Temporary Lecturer - Basic Writing Program

TEMPORARY LECTURER 
BASIC WRITING PROGRAM, University of California, San Diego

The Division of Arts & Humanities, at UC San Diego, is committed to academic excellence and diversity within the faculty, staff, and student body.

We are seeking applicants for temporary lecturer position(s) in Basic Writing (basicwriting.ucsd.edu). Appointment(s) may be part-time, full-time, quarterly or annual, with the possibility of renewal contingent on performance and funding availability. Positions available beginning the 2016/2017 academic year.

Instructor Positions Available in Writing Programs at Arizona State University - Tempe

Instructor in Composition and Rhetoric

Required: MA in Rhetoric and Composition or related discipline; demonstrated post-secondary teaching experience in composition.

Adjunct Positions Available: St. John's University, New York City, First-Year Writing Program

Adjunct Teaching Positions Available
St. John's University / Queens, NY
First-Year Writing Program

The First-Year Writing program invites qualified applicants to submit a c.v. and 1 page statement of teaching philosophy if they would like to be considered for part-time positions to teach our first-year writing course, ENG 1000c. All of our courses meet only one or two days a week (Mon/Thur or Tue/Fri).

Writing Program Visiting Lectureship in TESOL/Writing

The Writing Program at Wellesley College invites applications for a full-time, 2-year, renewable visiting lectureship in writing with specialization in ESOL to begin Fall 2010.   Job responsibilities include teaching first-year composition in our interdisciplinary, theme-based writing program; providing ESL tutoring for students; and providing English-language workshops and support for writing instructors, tutors, and faculty in the disciplines.   Teaching load is 5 courses annually, of which one is weekly one-on-one tutoring hours.  PhD in TESOL, composition/rhetoric, app

Executive Director of the University Writing Program @ GWU

The George Washington University seeks applications for an Executive Director of our University Writing Program.  This person will integrate the three branches of the UWP—  First-Year Writing, WID, and the Writing Center—and raise the national profile of the Program. We seek a recognized scholar in writing and an experienced, dynamic leader. Appointment will be at the level of Associate Professor or Professor with tenure.