The University of North Texas invites applications for two full-time lecturers to begin in fall of 2018. Both lecturers will teach courses in the university core, as well as upper-division undergraduate courses for tech comm majors and both will also be responsible for service to the department. Service activities will focus on one of three areas: (1) our student recruitment efforts in the DFW area, (2) academic advising for our current undergraduate majors, or (3) communication with our stakeholders (e.g., alumni newsletters, press releases, etc.).
Both positions will be hired on a renewable, 9-month contract with full state benefits and other perks (e.g., tuition/fee waivers for the employee and dependents).
(1) Industry experience as a technical communicator
(2) Master’s degree with a concentration or specialization in technical communication or a related field
The Department of Technical Communication at UNT is one of a handful of stand-alone departments of technical communication in the world. We have an active advisory board filled with industry professionals, and our courses focus on client projects that provide students with industry experience. With ongoing investments from the university, our programs and profile have grown significantly and will continue to do so. Learn more at techcomm.unt.edu.
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