Posting Details System Identification Number:6000798 Requisition Number: Posting Origination:UNT   Department:School of Journalism (N14600) College/School:School of Journalism   Rank/Title:Assistant Professor Job Summary/Basic Function:Assistant Professor. Teaching, research, and service. Teaching assignments will be primarily in advertising, but may include public relations courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Conducting academic research in advertising, public relations, journalism, communication, and/or mass communication is also expected. Minimum Qualifications:Ph.D. ABD required in advertising or a related field as specified in Preferred Qualifications. Preferred Qualifications:PhD (at time of appointment) in advertising, public relations, journalism, communication, marketing or a relevant field such as psychology, sociology, or anthropology. A minimum of 3 years of professional experience in strategic communications (advertising, public relations, or marketing practice). Experience teaching college-level courses. Preference will be given to candidates who show evidence of outstanding teaching and research potential. Area of Specialty:Strategic Communications Position Type:Faculty Tenure Status:Tenure Track Appointment Basis:9 Months Pay Frequency:Monthly Non-Tenured Appointment Term:No Response Closing Date:Open Until Search ClosedReview of Applications Begins:10-01-2013 Required Applicant Documents:Curriculum Vita Cover Letter

List of Names and Contact Information of Three References Special Instructions to Applicants:Applications must be submitted through the UNT employment website. UNT will request Letters of Reference for finalists from their provided list. Finalists may be asked to present additional documentation. Contact Dr. Gwen Nisbett ( for more information.  Apply at

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