If you would enjoy mentoring new tech comm professionals, talk to us about our search for a new colleague.
The University of North Texas invites applications for a full-time lecturer to begin in fall of 2017. The lecturer we hire will teach service courses in the UNT core, as well as upper-division undergraduate courses for tech comm majors. He/she will have the opportunity to guide our client outreach and help our department gain additional recognition with employers in the DFW metroplex.
The position 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).
To learn more, email Kim Sydow Campbell, Professor and Chair, at email@example.com. To apply, submit a cover letter and a resume as soon as possible. The search committee will begin reviewing applications immediately and will continue until the search is closed.
UNT is an AA/ADA/EOE institution.
Industry experience as a technical communicator
Master's degree with a concentration or specialization in technical communication or a related field
Experience teaching technical communication, preferably in face-to-face and higher education settings
The Department of Technical Communication at UNT is one of a handful of stand-alone academic departments devoted to 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. In eight years, with ongoing investments from the university, our degree programs and pr...ofile have grown significantly and will continue to do so. Established in 1890, UNT is the nation’s 25th largest public university with 37,000 students. Students come from 50 states and 133 countries to pursue the 99 bachelor, 83 master, and 36 doctoral degree programs. The vibrant, quirky campus hosts thousands of concerts, theatre performances, and art exhibitions every year, many in our world-class Murchison Performing Arts Center. UNT’s 16 Division I teams compete as part of Conference USA in facilities that include Apogee Stadium, the first stadium to achieve LEED Platinum certification. Alumni include Don Henley, Norah Jones, Bill Moyers, Anne Rice, and Larry McMurtry. UNT is located in Denton, a college city of 130,000 people that is part of the 7 million person Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. Located only 30 minutes from DFW International airport, Denton has been recognized as one of the best music scenes in the country, one of the ten fastest growing cities in the United States, one of “the best small towns in America,” and as a “Best Place to Live.” Denton also has a vibrant downtown square, which is now the hub for the city’s thriving start-up scene, which was identified as one of the top 25 High Tech Hotspots in the United States.