Composition and Professional Writing Position

The Writing Program at Shenandoah University invites applications for a full-time, career contract, open-rank position in composition and professional writing to begin in August 2014. A Ph.D. in Composition and Rhetoric or English or a related discipline is required. The successful candidate will regularly teach ENG 101 (the required first-year composition course) and WR 302 (Writing in the Health Professions) and be responsible for developing and teaching other technical and professional writing courses.

Director of University Writing Programs, University of the Pacific


The University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, is seeking a Director of University Writing Programs to direct and manage the Student Writing Center, University-wide Writing in the Disciplines program, the developmental writing program, and teach in the Pacific Seminar program. The Director will work with units across the tri-city campus to strengthen the teaching, learning, and assessment of writing in the disciplines and across the curriculum. This is a three-year, ten month renewable position beginning August 1, 2014.

LEO Lecturer III in Composition & Rhetoric

LEO Lecturer III

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The Department of Language, Culture and Communication (Composition and Rhetoric Discipline) invites applicants for a full time lecturer in Composition and Rhetoric to teach 6 courses per year (18 credits) effective 9/1/2014.

Writing Specialist FT Faculty Position: Lane Community College, Eugene, OR

English Faculty/Writing Specialist - 2 positions

Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon, is recruiting two (2) full-time, contracted Writing and Literature faculty members to begin work Fall 2013 (subject to budget). We are looking for individuals with a strong commitment to a career of teaching in community colleges.

Tenure Track Position in English - The University of Findlay

The University of Findlay invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in English to begin in August 2013 in the University’s College of Liberal Arts.

Candidates will be expected to teach introductory, upper-division, and graduate courses in rhetoric, technical communication and science writing, as well as first-year composition.