Minimum Requirements: The successful candidate will possess a Ph.D. in Communication (or related organizational communication field), with a strong quantitative or qualitative research background. For rank consideration at the Associate Professor-level, the successful candidate will have evidence of an on-going and collaborative research agenda that has successfully secured external research funding, a minimum of six years of full-time teaching at the college/university level and graduate-level instruction, be interested in collaboration with the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Center for Social Research, and have interest in future departmental administration. For rank at the Assistant Professor-level, the successful candidate will have the potential for establishing a collaborative research agenda that will eventually secure external research funding, at least two years of full-time teaching experience (can include graduate teaching experience) at the college/university level, the potential for graduate-level instruction, and interest in collaboration with the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Center for Social Research. Effective oral and written communication skills. Preferred Requirements: The successful candidate will have the ability to communicate effectively and relate well with others (including evidence of collegiality with colleagues and graduate students). Membership in professional communication organizations/associations and familiarity with advanced quantitative or qualitative research methodologies that contribute to the Department's organizational communication, interpersonal communication, and media communication research initiatives on work/life balance, rural life and environmental issues, sustainability, family and marital interaction, superior-subordinate communication, friendship, spirituality, corporate social responsibility, leadership and ethics, consumer behavior, risk and crisis, science, health, and education policy, diversity, and adolescence. Demonstrated leadership and team-work skills that facilitate student learning and graduate student research is required.
The NDSU College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and the Department of Communication seeks a student-focused colleague to teach undergraduate organizational communication courses (possibilities include, communication theory, research methods, and management communication) and graduate organizational communication courses (specifically in communication theory, advanced research methods, and advanced organizational communication). Teaching load is 12-credits per year (2-2). The successful candidates will also conduct collaborative quantitative or qualitative social scientific research with faculty members and students appropriate for publishing in highly regarded disciplinary journals, and participate in departmental (including graduate student advising), university, and professional service.
This position is a full-time, nine-month faculty appointment with the possibility of beginning January 2013 or August 2013. All NDSU faculty members must adhere to the policies outlined in the NDSU Faculty Handbook found at: http://www.ndsu.edu/policy/. Applicants should submit a letter detailing their qualifications and reasons for interest in the position, a CV, teaching philosophy and sample syllabus (attach to "Other Document 1"), a sample of scholarly publications or other evidence of research accomplishment (attach to "Other Document 2"), and the names and contact information of 3-5 professional references.
Questions should be sent to: Stephenson J. Beck, Ph.D. Chair of Organizational Communication Search Committee firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephenson J. Beck, Ph.D. Chair of Organizational Communication Search Committee email@example.com