|Organization||Position Title||Position Description||Posted On|
|National Schoolastic Press Association/Associated Collegiate Press, Minneapolis, MN||Contest and Critiques Coordinator||The contests and critiques coordinator oversees the association’s national contests and in-depth review of publications, which set the standards for excellence in scholastic and collegiate media. Contests and critiques are a core service to our members and this is a high profile position in the student media community. It requires a tenacious, deadline-oriented problem solver with journalism experience and strong communication and leadership skills.||Aug. 29, 2014|
|National Schoolastic Press Association/Associated Collegiate Press, Minneapolis, MN||Assistant Director||The National Scholastic Press Association and Associated Collegiate Press seek a mission-driven leader with experience in scholastic and collegiate journalism education to serve as our Assistant Director.||Aug. 29, 2014|
|Waterford Kettering High School, Waterford, MI||High School English Language Arts||It is a 1.0 FTE spot that includes 1 class of the Broadcast Journalism program (with potential room to grow), called WKHS-TV. The rest of the teaching schedule would be freshmen English classes.||Aug. 12, 2014|
|American University School of Communication, Washington, D.C.||Executive Director, Current||Current and Current.org, the nonprofit newspaper and website covering public media, seeks an executive director to lead a small team of reporters, editors, and advertising and business/circulation employees to achieve success. The executive director is the key strategic thinker of the organization, applying his/her expansive knowledge of public media’s changing environment in the leadership and motivation of Current’s editorial, business development, circulation and advertising teams. This position operates under limited supervision. This position is contingent on revenue generated by the Current.||Aug. 12, 2014|
|Dexter High School, Dexter MI||English/Journalism Teacher||Dexter High School in Dexter, Mich. is hiring an English/journalism teacher for the 2014-2015 school year which includes teaching two sections of Newspaper. The person hired would also be responsible for advising Dexter High School’s student newspaper, The Squall, as well as its companion website, thesquall.com.
Dexter High School students are top-notch, and the community and school administration are extremely supportive of the student media. Kit Moran, the current high school principal, was named the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association’s Administrator of the Year in 2010 and given the Student Press Law Center’s Courage in Student Journalism Award that same year.
|July 24, 2014|
|School Administrator Magazine, Alexandria, VA||Editorial Assistant||School Administrator, an ambitious monthly magazine that covers K-12 education for school system leaders nationwide, seeks a full-time editorial assistant for its small professional team. We seek someone who can work independently in a fast-paced environment and can meet concurrent deadlines to support the magazine’s print and electronic editions, handling a wide range of assignments that include proofreading and editing, fact-checking, interviewing, compiling and rewriting, photo research and fulfilling requests for article reprints and back issues. Ideally, we seek candidates with a year or two of publication-related work experiences. Starting salary: mid $40s. The magazine is published by AASA, The School Superintendents Association, which is based in Alexandria, Va.
Send cover letter describing your fit with the position and a current resume to HR@aasa.org by Aug. 8.
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|July 24, 2014|
|Atchison Public Schools, Atchison, KS||Journalism Teacher, Grades 9-12||Atchison Public Schools is accepting applications for a full time Journalism/English Teacher 9-12 for the 2014-15 school year. Applicant must have graduated from an accredited institution and must currently hold a Kansas teaching license, or be assured of securing a Kansas teaching license in order to be considered.||July 9, 2014|
|Dallas/Ft Worth TX Area||Multiple Speech/Journalism Classroom Teaching Positions||Provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences in the core academic subject area assigned to help them fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. Enable students to develop competencies and skills to function successfully in society. For more info, and to apply, follow the link below and search on “journalism”.||May 29, 2014|
|Junction City (Kansas) High School||Audio/Visual Technology and Communications Teacher||To instruct students in Digital Imaging, Audio/Visual Production Fundamentals, Video Production to include recording, editing, pre and post production, on-demand webcasting and live video streaming. Productions and video products will be broadcast through Channel 20, USD 475′s local broadcast channel, Junction City High School’s On-Line Internet Provider, Junction City High Schools On-Line Newspaper and on USD 475 supported Sharepoint sites.||May 19, 2014|
|Kinston (N.C.) High School||English, Yearbook, Journalism Teacher||Must hold or be eligible to hold a North Carolina Professional Educators license in English (9-12).||May 12, 2014|
|Derby (Kan.) High School||Journalism Teacher||Derby Public Schools is looking for qualified applicants to fill a Journalism teacher vacancy at Derby High School. This position requires at least a Journalism endorsement; additional Communication or Art endorsements would be beneficial.||May 12, 2014|
|Pleasant Ridge High School, Easton, Kan.||Language Arts / Journalism Teacher||Pleasant Ridge High School is seeking applications for a Language Arts/Journalism teacher for the 2014-2015 school year. The posiiton includes courses in journalism, newspaper, yearbook as well as English. Yearbook and newspaper positions also include a supplemental contract and pay.||Feb. 22, 2014|
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