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Adjunct Professor, Communication

Position: Adjunct
Date posted: April 3, 2020
Review of Applications Begins: August 11, 2020

West Virginia Wesleyan College invites applications for an adjunct professor in Communication for the 2020-2021 school year. Candidates must possess at least a Master’s Degree.

The successful candidate will teach the Fundamentals of Communication undergraduate class and follow the course design set forth by the Communication faculty and Dean. In addition, there is the possibility to teach additional Communication courses within the department. The candidate would be required to be on campus at least two days a week and hold at least one and a half hours of office hours for each course that he/she is teaching.

The Communication Department at West Virginia Wesleyan College offers a vibrant curriculum that teaches students analytical skills that they can use in a variety of professions. The curriculum includes outcomes that emphasize critical thinking, speaking skills, writing skills, media literacy, and a deeper understanding of culture. Situated in Buckhannon WV, West Virginia Wesleyan College motivates students to find their “home among the hills” situated within a liberal arts tradition that encourages engagement and service with local and national communities.

To apply, e-mail a single pdf file containing a cover letter connecting your experience to the position, curriculum vitae, copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts (can be unofficial), and contact information for three references. Application materials are to be e-mailed to Dr. James Moore, Dean of the Faculty and Chief Academic Officer at Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Finalists for this position must communicate well and successfully complete an interview process. Prior to a final offer of employment, the selected candidate will be required to submit to a background check.

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Dr. James Moore
Dean of the Faculty