Division of Humanities and Communications FALL 2019
Instructor or Assistant Professor of Digital Journalism in the Division of Humanities and Communications
The faculty member would teach courses in the Digital Journalism concentration, including: Introduction to Digital Video, Broadcast and Digital News Writing, Television and Digital News Reporting, News Producing and Presenting, Radio Production, MC- TV: Studio Lab, among others including theory courses. The individual would advise student members of the Miles College Association of Black Journalists, Communications Club, and/or the Lambda Pi Eta honor society. The faculty member would also academically advise students in the Digital Journalism concentration.
Required Education and Experience:
The candidate must have earned a master’s degree in mass communications, journalism, mass media, radio and television, or a related discipline. A doctorate is preferred. In addition, the candidate is expected to have taught mass media courses at the college level for at least three years and worked in the profession at least three years.
Required Skills and Ability:
The prospect must be proficient in teaching video and audio editing using Final Cut Pro,
Adobe Premiere, and Avid Pro Tools.
Submit your cover letter, vita, unofficial graduate and undergraduate transcripts, three letters of reference, and links or URL of your digital videos, website, blog, or other relevant digital platforms and media content. Send the materials and information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise mail a hardcopy to:
Bala Baptiste, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Chair
Division of Humanities and Communications Miles College
5500 Myron Massey Blvd.
Fairfield, AL 35064