The University of Montana School of Journalism seeks an assistant or associate professor to teach graduate and undergraduate courses in environmental science and natural resource journalism and other subjects.
The UM J School is one of the nation’s oldest and is regularly ranked among the top ten in the nation. Applicants will have the opportunity to participate in our selective master’s program in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Journalism, and to collaborate with UM’s world-renowned programs in Wildlife Biology, Environmental Studies and other areas. The J School is known for stressing hands-on learning experiences and for preparing students to compete in a changing media environment. We offer the chance to teach in a collegial atmosphere and to live and work in beautiful Missoula, Montana.
Required qualifications include distinguished experience as a journalist covering environmental science and natural resources issues, and a master’s degree in journalism or fields related to this position.
Preferred qualifications include strong experience in areas that may include social media, editing, design, online journalism, data visualization and analysis, multimedia and magazine journalism.
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Applicants with diverse backgrounds, experiences, ability and perspectives are encouraged to apply. AA/EEO/ADA/Veterans Preference Employer