Job Board - Writing

Temporary Lecturer - Basic Writing Program

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 ( 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.