The Communication Studies program at Bemidji State University invites candidates for a two-year fixed-term position beginning in Fall 2019.
The successful candidate will teach four courses (12 undergraduate credits) per semester.
Primary teaching includes courses such as Public Speaking, Career and Professional Communication, and Interpersonal Communication.
Teach additional communication courses based on expertise that may include Communication Theory, Gender Communication, Health Communication, Organizational Communication, Persuasion, Interviewing, and Conflict.
Commitment to quality undergraduate teaching, scholarship within the discipline, student development, and service to the University, community, and discipline.
The successful applicant will be expected to contribute to a collegial and supportive environment that advances the goals of the program, including curricular development, assessment, and other faculty departmental governance activities.
Contribute to teaching and involvement in activities that support Bemidji State University's values: Civic engagement and leadership, International and multicultural understanding, Belief in the power of liberal arts, and Environmental stewardship.
Earned Master's degree in Communication Studies, Speech Communication, or closely related Communication field.
Demonstrated three years of teaching communication courses at the undergraduate level with particular experience in Public Speaking, Career and Professional Communication, and/or Interpersonal Communication.
Demonstrated excellence of, and commitment to, quality teaching of communication courses at the undergraduate level.
Ph.D. in Communication Studies, Speech Communication, or closely related Communication field; particular emphasis in organizational or applied communication is desired.
Additional demonstrated undergraduate teaching in communication courses such as Communication Theory, Gender Communication, Health Communication, Organizational Communication, Persuasion, Interviewing, and Conflict.
Demonstrated evidence of continued or promising scholarly agenda within the communication discipline (e.g., conference presentations, publications).
The candidate should possess strong communication and interpersonal skills, and a commitment to a collaborative, collegial working environment.
Experience with curricular development and assessment.
Demonstrated experience working with and/or interest in working with students and colleagues from multi-cultural and diverse backgrounds, and using culturally responsive pedagogy and practice.
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