The Boston University Department of Journalism seeks a Master Lecturer to teach visual and digital journalism courses. This lecturer will teach sections of required graduate and undergraduate courses in visual storytelling and digital journalism.
The candidate will advise graduate students working on documentaries as capstone professional projects and develop and teach documentary production courses.
Our visual journalism courses are a requirement for all undergraduate and graduate journalism majors. The learning outcome of these courses is to insure that graduates of our program are multi-platform journalists, able to report a story using video and audio as well as text.
This master lecturer would advise students about careers in multimedia and film and help support internship referrals to the news organizations and local production firms.
Established in 1947, the College of Communication at Boston University is a large college with the following three departments: Department of Mass Communication, Advertising & Public Relations; Department of Journalism; and Department of Film & Television. COM's student population exceeds 2,000 annually, including undergraduates, graduate and PhD's. The College integrates a strong liberal arts core with a heavy focus on preparing students for careers as communication professionals. Our faculty is a blend of traditional academicians and widely experienced professionals. Located in the
Candidates for this position should have an extensive filmography and a demonstrated track record of distribution by local outlets, national networks and online news websites. International reporting experience is a plus, as is recognition through industry awards and/or film festival honors.
Candidates should also have a respected, demonstrated record of teaching, both in classrooms and newsrooms, with experience in effective course instruction. Industry experience is required.
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We request a curriculum vitae and a letter of interest as well as the names of three references sent to journalism department coordinator Sarah Kess email@example.com
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
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