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Welcome to this year’s wiki! This wiki should include only academic positions in New Media and Digital Humanities that begin in Spring or Fall 2022 or Spring 2023.

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Jobs with 2021 Deadlines[]

Arizona State University: Assistant Professor in Technical Communication, specialization in User Experience, Data Visualization or Social/New Media[]

The Technical Communication faculty in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts on the Polytechnic Campus at Arizona State University invite applications for an Assistant Professor position in Technical Communication, with specialization in User Experience, Data Visualization or Social/New Media. Expectations for this position include: teaching undergraduate and graduate courses; engaging in research applicable to technical communication; practicing inclusive teaching and mentoring; and providing service to the unit, college, and university. Teaching load is typically two (2) courses per semester. Course load and composition are determined by the faculty head. This is an academic-year appointment with an expected start date of August 2022. The Assistant Professor position is a benefits-eligible appointment with tenure implications. Salary is competitive, commensurate with experience.

The Technical Communication program is home to vibrant and innovative scholars, teachers, and students. We value the freedom to work interdisciplinarily with faculty throughout the university in a wide range of research areas that help advance the knowledge of students, support practitioner work, and improve the lives of users. We value the intellectual collaborations we have cultivated with other units at ASU. Alongside various partnerships with the School of Sustainability, Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation, and WP Carey School of Business, we co-administer a MS in User Experience with Fulton School of Engineering. In addition to our MS in UX, we currently offer an MS, BS, minor, and graduate certificate in Technical Communication, as well as two recently approved concentrations in Data Visualization and New Media. The Technical Communication program houses the CRUX lab, where faculty and students engage in impactful communication and UX research using state-of-the-art resources, including an eye-tracking system.

Arizona State University has developed a model for the New American University, creating an institution that is committed to excellence, access, and impact. ASU is a comprehensive public research university, measured not by whom we exclude, but rather by whom we include and how they succeed; advancing research and discovery of public value; and assuming fundamental responsibility for the economic, social, cultural and overall health of the communities it serves. ASU has been named #1 in the United States for innovation for seven consecutive years, the #1 Coolest School by the Sierra Club in 2021, and a Top 10 Best Buy public university by Fiske Guide to Colleges 2021.

Arizona State University is committed to accelerating meaningful change in its diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging efforts at all levels. We have instituted several important initiatives, including ASU LIFT (, which seeks to enhance growth and opportunity for Black undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff. LIFT also broadens ASU’s academic offerings, community services, and collaborative relationships to benefit all underrepresented groups and individuals at ASU.

ASU’s College of Integrative Sciences and Arts is home to innovative teachers and researchers who are guided by educational access, student success, applied learning, and interdisciplinary inquiry. CISA has over 7,300 students and over 300 faculty members. We understand that there are many paths to achieving a university education, and we build undergraduate and graduate degree programs and pathways that are flexible and relevant for a rapidly changing world. CISA values cultural and intellectual diversity and continually strives to foster a welcoming and inclusive environment. We are especially interested in applicants who can strengthen the diversity of our academic community.

To learn more about ASU and the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts visit and

Required Qualifications:

  • Terminal degree in technical communication, user experience, or related field at time of appointment
  • Ability to teach in both immersion (classroom) and online environments (incl. synchronous and asynchronous)
  • Evidence of commitment to meeting the needs of diverse or underrepresented student/community populations via research, teaching, mentoring, or service
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills
  • Evidence of teaching effectiveness
  • Potential to secure external research funding

Desired Qualifications:

  • Record of publishing or potential for publishing in peer-reviewed journals in technical communication
  • Scholarly trajectory that considers the economic, social, cultural, and/or overall health of the communities it serves
  • Experience teaching graduate and/or undergraduate courses in technical communication, particularly courses with a focus on user experience, data visualization, and/or social/new media
  • Experience teaching in digital environments (incl. synchronous and asynchronous) using Canvas or similar tools
  • Research, teaching, mentoring, or service experience that foregrounds intersections between the TC specializations listed above and diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Record of pursuing external research funding
  • Technical communication industry experience or interest in establishing relationships with industry partners

Application Instructions

Only electronic submissions will be reviewed. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications should be submitted at and must contain:

  1. Letter of interest including a discussion of research interests and teaching philosophy/practice.
  2. Curriculum vitae
  3. Statement addressing how your past and/or potential contributions to social justice, diversity, equity and/or inclusion will advance ASU’s commitment to inclusive excellence (max two single-spaced page)
  4. Graduate degree transcript(s) - unofficial is acceptable at the time of application
  5. Information for three professional references (their position, title, e-mail, phone number)

The application deadline is 11/8/2021 at 5pm Arizona Time (Mountain Standard Time all year); and if not filled, then every Friday thereafter until the search is closed. Official Transcripts and a background check are required prior to first day of employment. For technical assistance with your application, please contact [[1]]. For position-related questions, please contact Search Committee Chair Dr. Claire Lauer at [[2]].

Arizona State University / Sidney Poitier New American Film School: Professor of Practice, Narrative and Immersive Media (Los Angeles Campus)[]

The Sidney Poitier New American Film School at Arizona State University seeks a full-time Professor of Practice, beginning January 1, 2022, to teach in a new practice-based Master of Arts in Narrative and Immersive Media in Los Angeles, California at the Herald Examiner Building. The Master of Arts in Narrative and Immersive Media is a professionally focused Masters of Arts program with close links to the film industry. The ideal candidate will possess communication skills and extensive experience of immersive storytelling in the creative industries and will support students throughout the program in a series of practice-based development labs exploring creativity, narrative and presence design in immersive and spatial storytelling from concept to final delivery. Through a hands-on, experimental and practice-led approach, the Professor of Practice introduces our students to immersive storytelling across a spectrum of platforms, providing graduates with a wide range of storytelling skills. The Professor of Practice will work within the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, The Sidney Poitier New American Film School and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Finally, the candidate will develop courses that foster strong interdisciplinary approaches to immersive content production, working in tandem with creative technologists.

Required qualifications:

  • Master’s degree, completed at the time of hire
  • Experience teaching in the field of emerging media and narrative, including immersive and extended realities production
  • Experience designing and producing in an emerging media and narrative degree, including the full range of immersive production at the graduate level
  • Experience in a lead role in immersive/emerging media as a producer or director
  • Demonstrated commitment via professional work to the advancement of equity, diversity, and inclusion in film or film-related professions

Desired qualifications:

  • Ability to design, write, and teach or manage professional and MA level courses in narrative and immersive media that are innovative and keep pace with changes in the professional field
  • Ability to provide student support, including academic, career, and other advising
  • Ability to provide advice, feedback, and technical support for immersive media workshops and projects led by students, faculty, and guest artists
  • Ability to teach/develop courses for online and/or hybrid delivery platforms

'Instruction' to apply:

Please submit a letter of interest, a diversity statement, a small portfolio of representative work (no larger than 100 megabites), a curriculum vita and contact information for three (3) references. All applications must be submitted electronically via The application deadline is November 18, 2021. Applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis for a reserve pool.  Applications in the reserve pool may then be reviewed in the order in which they were received until the position is filled.

Arizona State University / Sidney Poitier New American Film School, Lecturer, Film Production: Short-form, speculative, and emergent cinema[]

The Sidney Poitier New American Film School at Arizona State University seeks a full-time Lecturer in film production oriented towards short-form production, speculative filmmaking practices, or emergent cinematic forms. This position will be appointed across two of ASU’s locations, ASU at Mesa City Center and the Tempe Campus. The start date for this position is August 16, 2022.

The Sidney Poitier New American Film School in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University is dedicated to training the next generation of cinematic storytellers, digital media artists and innovators of the imagination. With a foundation in ethical and collaborative creative practices, hands-on instruction with industry standard technology, and focused pre-professional training and career planning, we aim to be the most inclusive, most affordable and most innovative film and media production program in the country. Our award-winning faculty combines years of industry success with a passionate commitment to teaching and student success, and our graduates jump-start their careers through engagement with Film Spark, our Los Angeles-based industry relations hub. In the Sidney Poitier New American Film School, each student's unique creative vision and career aspirations are brought to life, giving voice to communities, stories and ideas that can be shared and treasured on screens in cinemas, in our homes, or in the palms of our hands. For more information on The Sidney Poitier New American Film School, visit

The Lecturer, Film/Producing will be well versed in traditional modes of film production and post-production, as well as a production pipelines in one or more of the following areas: experimental narrative, digital filmmaking, game production, animation, XR storytelling, media for performance, media installation, or other distinctive, trans-disciplinary, cinematic forms. The Lecturer of Film/Producing will teach 6-8 courses per academic year, which will include introduction and intermediate film production fundamentals, as well as developing new courses in the candidate’s area of expertise, interest, or specialization. The Lecturer of Film/Producing may be required to teach a combination of in-person, online, and hybrid courses, in addition to mentoring students through aspects of the Sidney Poitier New American Film School capstone sequences. And, the Lecturer, Film/Producing will contribute appropriate service and participate in faculty governance.

For more information and application: link

Brigham Young University: Assistant Research Professor (Digital Humanities)[]

The Office of Digital Humanities is an interdisciplinary group of faculty that a) teach classes in the Digital Humanities and Technology (DigHT) minor, b) partner with faculty throughout the College of Humanities and beyond to create and support digital humanities research projects, and c) conduct original research in the digital humanities. To further support these goals, ODH seeks to hire a full-time professional faculty member on a continuing faculty status track, who can supplement our current strengths and fill weaknesses. We are particularly interested in candidates with experience in user interface/user experience (UI/UX) and design (either print or web-based) or those with experience in data visualization, but are happy to receive applications from candidates with experience in one or more of the following: computer-assisted language learning (CALL), computational linguistics, digital humanities methods and tools. We also welcome applications from candidates with other backgrounds that they think may be relevant to our work. A terminal degree in a relevant field is required before the start date in Summer 2022.

See job posting #101457 under Faculty Positions at For first consideration, submit your application by 31 Oct 2021. Contact the search committee chair Rob Reynolds ([|]) with questions.

BYU, an equal opportunity employer, requires all faculty to observe the university’s honor code and dress and grooming standards. Preference is given to qualified candidates who are members in good standing of the affiliated church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

California Institute of the Arts: Faculty in Media/Digital Studies and Transnational Black Studies[]


  • Position Category: Academic
  • Position Title: Faculty in Media/Digital Studies and Transnational Black Studies
  • School/Department: School of Critical Studies
  • Reports To: Dean of Critical Studies
  • Time: Full-Time
  • Appointment: Regular
  • Position Starts: 07/01/2022
  • Search Closes: 11/30/2021

Information & Responsibilities

The School of Critical Studies at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) and the MA Aesthetics and Politics program invite applications for a full-time position in Media/ Digital Studies. The successful candidate’s research will focus on the politics of “new media” and transnational Black Studies, with the Caribbean, Latin America, Asia, North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, or the Middle East as possible geographical areas of expertise. We seek to appoint an emerging teacher-scholar whose work complements that of the program’s internationally recognized faculty and distinguished visitors. The candidate should have a promising research portfolio that demonstrates knowledge of such fields as materialist media studies, feminist science and technology studies, digital/software/platform studies, or critical surveillance studies. Applicants should evidence an ability to teach both undergraduate and graduate students in this multi-faceted arts environment, and we welcome applicants from diverse, interdisciplinary backgrounds that involve both theory and practice.

In addition to housing two distinct graduate programs that offer courses to graduate students from across CalArts, the School of Critical Studies provides the liberal arts component of the institute’s BFA curriculum. In Fall 2017, the MA Aesthetics and Politics program re-launched as an expanded one-year full time, one-year low residency program, enabling new forms of pedagogy, distance learning and online discussion platforms. The successful candidate will deliver to both the BFA and graduate curricula, our graduate programs’ distance learning curricular component, the School’s public events, as well as the daily governance of the graduate programs, the School and the Institute. Reflecting its experimental mission, CalArts does not follow the hierarchy of a conventional tenure-rank system but offers renewable multi-year contracts and a faculty salary advancement plan (FSAP) and merit program.

CalArts and the School of Critical Studies value the individuality of artists and welcome the addition of unique and inventive voices to our diverse, collaborative community. We seek to employ faculty who can engage our diverse communities of learners at the highest levels of artistic endeavor and critical thinking. We welcome candidates with demonstrated experience teaching and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students of varied backgrounds, capabilities, perspectives, social identities and gender expressions. CalArts is an equal opportunity employer.


The successful candidate will contribute to both the graduate curricula and the Critical Studies undergraduate curriculum, which provides a liberal arts education to students in the visual and performing arts.

Responsibilities include:

  • Class preparation and written feedback on student writing
  • Developing online platforms for pedagogy and discussion
  • Administration and curriculum development
  • A 3/3-course load, with courses meeting once a week for two or three hours
  • Maintaining an active and visible research profile and practice, demonstrating excellence in the field
  • Mentoring graduate students (with a course release for a quota of mentees)
  • Supervising MA-thesis projects as first or second reader
  • Attending faculty meetings
  • Participating in assessment, program review and recruitment
  • Attending and participating in public events at CalArts, in Los Angeles, and in the broader Los Angeles area


We seek an emerging teacher-scholar with at least an MA or MFA degree and with a demonstrated record of publication, projects, and pedagogical experience. The successful candidate will evidence several of the following:

  • Active career engaged in the theory and practice of contemporary media/digital technologies as well as transnational Black Studies as evidenced by CV
  • Developed innovative approaches to teaching the theory and practice of contemporary media/digital technologies as evidenced by syllabi or other course materials
  • Taught at least three years at the college level or comparable experience through activist community engagement, workshop facilitation, and other forms of instruction
  • Publication record including peer-reviewed articles and/or a book
  • Spearheaded projects in institutional and/or public contexts

Candidates for this position must legally be able to work in the U.S. or be eligible for a VISA to do so.  

How to Apply

How to Apply

This position has a starting date on or after July 1st, 2022, and in time for the start of the Fall semester. Please follow the Interfolio link to apply ( and submit cover letter, CV, writing sample, contact info for three recommenders,  two sample course syllabi, and a statement addressing your work on Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Access. Application deadline is November 30th, 2021.

CalArts has a multidisciplinary approach to its studies of the arts through six schools: Art, Critical Studies, Dance, Film/Video, Music and Theater. CalArts encourages students to explore and recognize the complexity of the many aspects of the arts. It is supported by a distinguished faculty of practicing artists and provides its Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts students with the hands-on training and exposure necessary for an artist's growth. CalArts was founded in 1961 and opened in 1969 as the first institution of higher learning in the United States specifically for students interested in the pursuit of degrees in all areas of visual and performing arts.

All submissions are confidential.

Equity & Diversity

California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) seeks to employ faculty who can engage our diverse communities of learners at the highest levels of artistic endeavor and critical thinking.  Across the range of practitioners from artists to scholars and librarians, we welcome candidates who possess a demonstrated worldview and cultural competency to support teaching and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students of varied backgrounds, capabilities, perspectives, social identities and gender expressions. CalArts is an equal opportunity employer.

Further Information

CalArts has a multidisciplinary approach to its studies of the arts through six schools: Art, Critical Studies, Dance, Film/Video, Music and Theater. CalArts encourages students to explore and recognize the complexity of the many aspects of the arts. It is supported by a distinguished faculty of practicing artists and provides its Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts students with the hands-on training and exposure necessary for an artist's growth. CalArts was founded in 1961 and opened in 1969 as the first institution of higher learning in the United States specifically for students interested in the pursuit of degrees in all areas of visual and performing arts.

Manchester University: Assistant Professor of Communication (Digital Media Arts) (North Manchester, Indiana)[]

Job Responsibilities and Duties:  This is a full-time, non-tenure track teaching position in Communication Studies reporting through the department chair to the Dean of Arts and Sciences and the Vice President of Academic Affairs.  Primary responsibilities include teaching courses in media literacy, media production, digital storytelling, podcasting, and human communication. The candidate will support the Communication Studies and Digital Media Arts programs, and will have the opportunity to develop courses in their areas of interest. Candidates must be willing to work in interdisciplinary contexts and have a commitment to diversity and inclusivity. The candidate should be willing to collaborate with community organizations in media production. The teaching load is 24 semester hours per year. This is a fixed term, renewable position with the possibility for a shift to a tenure line.

Essential Job Functions:  

  • Teaching generally 24 semester hours per academic year (may include other functions in addition to teaching, such as administrative responsibilities or clinical assignments)
  • Maintain professional effectiveness, which includes but is not limited to high quality of scholarship, intellectual integrity, professional currency, cooperation of all phases of the academic program, openness to learn about and adopt improved methods of teaching, and above all, a vital interest in student learning
  • Meeting assigned classes at the scheduled locations and for the scheduled durations
  • Directing and attending non-class activities, as appropriate
  • Participating in faculty governance, including attending meetings – full faculty, division, department and committee – and fulfilling attendant responsibilities
  • Developing course syllabi
  • Administering examinations and assessing student learning
  • Working in a professional, collegial and team-oriented manner with the Manchester University community
  • Maintaining compliance with policies and procedures in the Faculty Manual

Secondary job functions:

  • Supporting students’ personal and professional development
  • Designing new courses, as appropriate
  • Actively participating in student recruitment
  • Academic advising
  • Maintaining office hours, as appropriate


  • PhD in Communication Studies, Media Studies, or a related field preferred. ABD considered with a clear deadline for completion.  MFA in media arts or related field will be considered.  
  • Knowledge and experience sufficient to effectively teach courses as assigned in Communication Studies and Digital Media Arts
  • Effective presentation skills
  • Effective organizational and administrative skills
  • Ability to deliver course content and to assist students in understanding course content
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing with students, faculty, staff and administrators
  • Ability to adapt to changing teaching and learning environments and content-delivery methods
  • Ability to work cooperatively with colleagues and in the best interests of students
  • Ability to prioritize responsibilities, meet deadlines, and respond to students’ legitimate needs in a timely manner
  • Ability and willingness to work with students of all skill levels and diverse backgrounds
  • Ability and willingness to perform clerical work for oneself, as necessary
  • Basic leadership, budgetary, and supervisory skills
  • Proficient in spoken and written English
  • Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite (Premiere, Audition, Photoshop, After Effects, etc.)
  • Proficiency with digital cameras, recorders, microphones, lighting kits, and other media production equipment
  • Basic computer proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, email, electronic classroom platforms, Zoom, Teams, and Internet use

Work Schedule: Onsite classes are generally scheduled between 8 am and 5 pm.  Some classes, laboratories, events and/or meetings may be scheduled in the evening or on weekends.

To Apply:  We seek a candidate with a commitment to working effectively with students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds.  Review of applications will begin on November 1 and will continue until the position is filled.  Apply online via ADP and submit a cover letter, curriculum vita/resume, teaching philosophy and evidence of effective teaching.  Questions can be emailed to [[3]]. To apply:

University of Mary Washington: Assistant Professor of Digital Studies[]

The University of Mary Washington invites applications for an assistant professor (tenure-track) in digital media production starting in the Fall 2022 semester to contribute to the major in Communication and Digital Studies.

The successful candidate should have substantial professional and/or research experience in multimedia production -- including video, audio, animation, web, or interactive media  -- as well as significant teaching experience. Experience in digital studies, digital humanities or a similar approach to understanding, analyzing, and using media critically is strongly preferred. The candidate should be prepared to teach introductory and advanced courses in digital studies (including Introduction to Digital Studies and Applied Digital Studies) as well as create new courses in digital media production. Highly qualified candidates will be able to demonstrate teaching experience and a commitment to teaching in an inclusive environment that embraces diverse talents and backgrounds. We especially seek candidates whose areas of specialization will help amplify the university’s focus on a diverse and inclusive curriculum that meets the needs of our changing student demographic. The successful candidate will teach courses that support our major in communication and digital studies, our minors in digital studies and journalism, as well as other disciplines where digital media is emerging as a critical component of the discipline.

The candidate must either have earned a Ph.D. or terminal degree in a closely related field or ABD with substantial progress toward completing her/his dissertation. The Ph.D. is required for continuation in a tenure-track appointment. Passionate teachers in all subdisciplines of digital studies will be considered.  Successful applicants will demonstrate an enthusiasm for teaching at the undergraduate level, the ability to teach a variety of digital studies topics, and an interest in involving undergraduates in research. The normal teaching load is 3-4 sections per semester in small classes.

Faculty are expected to engage in scholarly/professional development; perform service in support of the students, the program, and the institution; and be committed to continuous curricular enhancement in response to changing workplace needs and expectations. Candidates must also have effective oral and written communication skills.

For additional information and to apply for this position, please visit  Candidates are required to complete a Commonwealth of Virginia application and are also asked to electronically submit

  • a letter of application,
  • curriculum vitae,
  • research statement,
  • contact information for three references, and a
  • teaching portfolio that could include a teaching philosophy, sample syllabi, sample assignments, teaching observations or student evaluations and feedback.

Letters of reference and transcripts will be requested for finalists.

Review of applications will begin on November 1, 2021.  The University of Mary Washington accepts only completed online applications.  Faxed, mailed, or e-mailed applications will not be considered.

In a continuing effort to enrich its academic environment and provide equal educational and employment opportunities, the University of Mary Washington actively encourages women, minorities, disabled individuals, and veterans to apply. Successful candidates must demonstrate teaching experience and excellence in teaching in an inclusive environment that embraces diverse talents and backgrounds.

Please contact Zach Whalen (zwhalen at umw dot edu) with questions.


Zoom interview requested 11/11

University of Texas at San Antonio[]

TT Assistant Professor in Digital Humanities

Job Description:

The College of Liberal and Fine Arts (COLFA) at The University of Texas at San Antonio seeks a faculty member who will contribute to COLFA’s interdisciplinary work by teaching and researching in the digital humanities, broadly understood. This assistant professor will be housed in one or more of COLFA’s departments (Anthropology, Art and Art History, Communication, English, History, Modern Languages and Literatures, Music, Philosophy and Classics, Political Science and Geography, and Southwest School of the Arts), depending on the most appropriate discipline affiliation. The assistant professor will also have the opportunity to collaborate with departments in other colleges, especially around the computational, mathematical, and statistical foundations of data science.

Research-active faculty in COLFA typically teach a 2/2 course load. We seek a candidate whose research includes one or more of the following: digital archives, mapping, data visualization, data mining, machine learning, digital design or composition, new media, digital pedagogy, science and technology studies, scientific open source projects, software reproducibility, team science, critical analysis of social media, development or critical/theoretical analysis of digital tools, critical code studies, digital markup, and born-digital texts. Ideal candidates will have an interdisciplinary research program that engages with Public Humanities, creating work that either is informed by the public or has a public-facing component. Responsibilities include: teaching introductory, upper division, and graduate courses in home discipline and contributing to a growing curriculum in digital humanities across COLFA; contributing to the university and community through service and outreach; and maintaining an active research agenda that results in such products as publications, grants, software, curated datasets/databases, and digital archives.


Successful applicants will have 1) a strong record of teaching and research; 2) an active research agenda with evidence of digital skills and public humanities experience; 3) the ability to successfully teach (including building digital skills and experience) and mentor diverse, underserved students, including first-generation students, underrepresented minorities, and non-traditional students, and the ability to contribute to the university’s commitment to inclusive excellence as a Hispanic Serving Institution; and 4) a terminal degree in their field at time of appointment.

Additional information:

UTSA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Applicants who are selected for interviews must be able to show proof that they will be qualified and eligible to work in the United States by time of hire.

Applicants must submit:

-a letter of application describing research, teaching, and service accomplishments and goals. Letter should include a discussion of the role that diversity and inclusion play in an academic environment.

-a CV (with links to digital work, if available)

Job posting at Materials must be submitted online at Review of applications begins December 15, 2021. For full consideration, applicants should submit their materials by that date. Inquiries may be directed to the Digital Humanities / Public Humanities Search Committee Chair, Dr. Paul Ardoin (

York College of Pennsylvania[]

TT Assistant Professor in Mass Communication

Job Description:

The Assistant Professor in Mass Communication will be responsible for teaching courses in the Mass Communication and Foundation Communication programs as needed, serving on departmental and college-wide committees, and pursuing a scholarly or artistic agenda.


Preferred applicants will hold a terminal degree (PhD, EdD, MFA) in Mass Communications, Mediated Technology, New Media, or a related field with an emphasis in digital communication technologies, live production, directing and producing. A secondary area of broadcast performance is desired. ABD candidates with a completion date of no later than August 2022 will also be considered. The candidate should show evidence of scholarly or creative potential, including established research or creative interests. Practical field and studio production experience is also beneficial.

As a teaching-focused institution, York College seeks candidates committed to cultivating student excellence in conceptualizing, writing, and producing both studio and live field production in news and public affairs, sports, documentary, and entertainment programming. Successful candidates will have demonstrable success in teaching a range of courses such as New Media Studies, Video Production and Editing, and Digital Communications development and marketing. Additional courses may include Broadcast Media Writing, Media Laws and Ethics, Media Management, and in the department's General Education program - Foundation Communications.

Candidates who remain in consideration will be asked to provide a show-reel of their production, editing, and directing work to the search committee. Finalists will be expected to demonstrate competence with video, television studio, and field equipment as part of the on-campus interview process.

Additional Information:

York College of Pennsylvania is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For a copy of York College's Annual Security Report, you may contact the Office of Campus Safety or visit the website: Annual Security Report

About York College of Pennsylvania:

Established in 1787, York College of Pennsylvania is a private, four-year college located in the city of York, a hub of arts and industry between Baltimore and Philadelphia. Housed on 190 picturesque acres, the college is known for its focus on experiential learning and community engagement, serving over 4,000 undergraduate and 300+ graduate students in more than 70 baccalaureate majors, along with 20+ graduate and professional programs. Deeply rooted in the liberal arts and recognized for excellence in its professional nursing, business, engineering, and education programs, York is ranked among the nation's top 50 Best Value Schools by U.S. News. The College's robust recreation and athletics program is among the best in the region, and is home to 23 NCAA III Division sports teams and 30+ intramural sports. A Princeton Review Best Northeastern College, York prides itself on its experienced, engaged faculty; its high-impact and student-centric philosophy; and its long-standing commitment to affordability and accessibility.

York College is committed to building a diverse college community and encourages members of underrepresented groups to apply.

Full ad:

Deadline: Dec. 1, 2021

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