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Administrator of Lower Division Studies

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH ADMINISTRATOR OF LOWER DIVISION STUDIES The English Department at the University of Houston is accepting applications for the position of Administrator of Lower Division. The Administrator of Lower Division will work closely with faculty, staff, graduate teaching assistants, and the Director of the Writing Center to coordinate our Lower Division writing courses, including core composition courses, and courses in writing in the discipline and writing about literature; will help develop and implement our writing curriculum; will oversee the training and supervision of new Lower Division writing instructors; and will work with the Chair to develop course scheduling. While this is primarily an administrative position, there will also be opportunities for teaching within the program.
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Director of WISE (Writing Improvement for Success and Empowerment)

Clark Atlanta University is seeking a Director of WISE (Writing Improvement for Success and Empowerment), an undergraduate writing improvement program. The director will provide leadership, faculty support, planning, resource development and program assessment.

Duties will include periodic assessment of the WISE program; development of rubrics, modules and training workshops for faculty; hiring, training, evaluating and monitoring WISE staff, including peer faculty assistants and tutors; serve as an advocate for WISE and its objectives on campus; initiate and support proposals from outside agencies; coordinate collaborations between other writing and faculty development programs on campus; and enhance writing instruction with appropriate technologies.

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English Faculty/Writing Center Coordinator

Build an academic career in beautiful Charlottesville, Virginia. If teaching is your passion not just a career PVCC is the place for you.

Piedmont Virginia Community College (PVCC) is located in Charlottesville, Virginia. The college enrolls over 4000 credit and 2000 non-credit students per semester in college transfer and workforce development courses and programs. PVCC is known throughout the community and the Virginia Community College System for its exceptional faculty and staff, the quality of its programs and services, and the success of its students.

PVCC is searching for an English faculty member. This is a five-year, grant-funded position with fulltime fall/spring semester duties split 50% teaching and 50% as writing center coordinator; and part-time summer duties as writing center coordinator (additional stipend paid for summer duties). The successful candidate will teach a variety of English courses to include: developmental and college transfer level courses and provide leadership in the development and management of a new writing center. A master’s degree with at least 18 graduate hours in English is required. Preference will be given to candidates with prior community college teaching and writing center experience. A detailed job description and application procedures are available at http://www.pvcc.edu/humanr/PVCCEmployment/Employment.asp.

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Writing Portfolio Coordinator--Position Filled

NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED
Please note the following full-time opening. The person in this position will coordinate a writing program that was awarded a Writing Program Certificate of Excellence at the 2004 Conference on College Composition and Communication Conference.

The following professional employment opportunity is available on the campus of Saint Joseph College. We would appreciate it if you would inform those you feel may be qualified for and interested in this position.
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Saint Joseph College
West Hartford, CT

Writing Portfolio Coordinator

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Assistant Professor of Writing at George Washington University

Assistant Professor of Writing to teach an innovative first-year seminar in the University Writing Program at The George Washington University. Applicants must have a PhD or other appropriate terminal degree (e.g., MFA, MBA), preferably in a field that focuses on the connections among critical thinking, reading, and writing (such as rhetoric, composition, history, American Studies, literature, journalism, political communication, philosophy, among others), and a demonstrated interest in teaching first-year writing. Publications in these areas will be a benefit. The writing program, now in its third year, is a cornerstone of GW’s Strategic Plan for Academic Excellence.

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Assessment & Placement position Michigan State University

WRITING ASSESSMENT AND PLACEMENT POSITION

Assistant or Associate Professor in Rhetoric/Composition, Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures, beginning August 2006. Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, Education, or related field. Primary specialization in placement, assessment, and evaluation of writing (at the individual, course, and program levels). Experience in one or more of the following areas highly desired: electronic systems for placement/assessment (e.g., e-portfolios), writing program administration, research methodology (particularly quantitative), composition curriculum, teacher training, composing research, and/or digital technology. The successful applicant will provide leadership on issues of placement and assessment for a comprehensive writing program (including first-year composition, a professional writing undergraduate major, and a graduate program in rhetoric/writing) and will participate in a proposed University Writing Initiative to strengthen undergraduate writing instruction at Michigan State University. Other responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in writing and rhetoric; taking the lead on revision and development of placement and assessment procedures for the required first-year writing curriculum (Tier I); and advising the University on assessment of student outcomes in upper-level disciplinary writing courses (Tier II).

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Composition Instructor position at Tennessee Tech University

Available Position: Composition Instructor
Tennessee Technological University (www.tntech.edu)
Cookeville, TN

VISITING INSTRUCTOR / ASSISTANT PROFESSOR: Department of English and Communications

Full-time, nine-month, non-tenure-track appointment to begin August 2006. One-year contract may be renewed, depending on department need and funding.

QUALIFICATIONS: MA in English (or Master’s degree in related field with 18 semester graduate hours in English). Graduate coursework in composition pedagogy. Evidence of excellent in composition instruction. Demonstrated commitment to teaching first-year composition. Preferred: Experience teaching in networked classroom.

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Director: Communication Program

Director: Communication Program

The School of Literature, Communication, and Culture at Georgia Tech invites applications for Director of the Communication Program (tenure/tenure track) to begin either August 2006 or January 2007. Responsibilities include: administration and curriculum development for 75 sections per semester freshman composition program (with an emphasis on cultural studies) and a 15-section per semester upper division technical communication course; training and mentoring of 30 full-time teaching Fellows; coordination of writing requirements in classes for majors; and continuing development of the program’s electronic pedagogy component. The position includes an evolving leadership role in campus-wide writing initiatives including the creation of a campus writing center.

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Continuing Lecturers, Department of English, Purdue University

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

CONTINUING LECTURERS

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH (Professional Writing/Introductory Composition)

PURDUE UNIVERSITY

Description

Up to two continuing lecturers, full-time, non-tenure-track, renewable positions, to teach professional writing and introductory composition courses that have a strong commitment to writing with computers, collaboration, and community engagement. Continuing lecturers are eligible for medical and retirement benefits. Full-time salary $31,000. Starting date: August 14, 2006.

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Job Posting

These are great jobs! We have a supportive and well organized program, perfect for new graduates and WPA's. The Associate Writing Program Director has been at the school for 23 years and helps the program running smoothly. The Dean is new and quite open to innovation, of which the Provost is also supportive. I feel truly lucky to be at this location, but have to leave for family reasons. I am happy to answer any questions about the jobs and about living in Cairo.

Please pass the word about these positions.
Thanks!
Linda

THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO

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