University of King’s College hiring an assistant professor for multimedia journalism



The University of King’s College in Halifax, NS is seeking an assistant professor of journalism in multimedia for a three-year limited term position. The successful candidate will teach digital production skills and reporting skills to both undergraduate and graduate students. According to the job posting, applicants must have a graduate degree and will ideally have extensive experience as a reporter and a mentor in the field or in the classroom.

Interviews will begin in January with teaching to begin in the Summer 2013 term.

More details, including specific skills needed and the application requirements, can be found on King’s website

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