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|Location||Organization||Position Title||Position Description||Posted On||Apply |
|Quinnipiac University||Dean, School of Communications||Quinnipiac University invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the School of Communications. This is an extraordinary opportunity for a dynamic and visionary individual to join a vibrant and well-respected school of communications within a nationally ranked and comprehensive university. The role also offers a chance to contribute significantly to the overarching transformation of the institution, as it embarks on an exciting trajectory and reaches its centennial anniversary.||Oct. 23, 2023||Nov. 10, 2023.|
|Beverly Hills High School||Temporary English/Yearbook/Journalism Teacher||Full time temporary teaching position: one fifth combo yearbook-journalism class, four fifths English.||Oct. 23, 2023.||Oct. 31, 2023. Open until filled.|
|Washington, D.C.||Washington International School||Upper School Digital Media Teacher||The Digital Media teacher will have the skills needed to teach all levels of digital photography, as well as the possibility of teaching another medium including graphic design, digital art, and/or film to students in grades 9-12. The candidate will favor a student-centered studio approach, have an interest and skill in collaborating with colleagues, as well as the potential and willingness to contribute beyond the classroom in community life through clubs in both Middle and Upper School, and involvement in extracurricular events.||June 16, 2023.||Aug. 28, 2023. Open until filled.|
|Bryan High School||Journalism Teacher/Adviser 9-12||Applicant will advise student newspaper (print and online) and student yearbook and teach Journalism 1-2, Photojournalism, and Digital journalism in a designated classroom space. Currently listed as an ELA job, so designate you are interested in Journalism at Bryan High School. If you are interested in the position, reach out to Gretchen and she will share information with principal.||Feb. 14, 2023.||Aug. 31, 2023.|
|Wichita High School East||Journalism/Digital Media Design/Yearbook Instructor||Full-time opening at Wichita High School East, Wichita, Kansas, for the 2023-24 school year. Courses taught include 21st Century Journalism, digital media design and production/high school yearbook, photo imaging/digital photography. Direct inquiries to Sara Richardson at firstname.lastname@example.org.||Feb. 7 2023.||April 28, 2023. Open until filled.|
|Spring Branch Middle School||Journalism teacher||Yearbook and newspaper adviser at middle school in Houston. Full load of yearbook classes and one journalism (newspaper class) in the past.||June 21, 2022.||July 1, 2022. Open until filled.|
|Stillwater Area High School (District 834)||English Teacher — Journalism/Yearbook 1.0||Language Arts position with regular English and a combined journalism/yearbook class in Minneapolis/St. Paul suburban area. The journalism/yearbook class is set up to receive required English credit for seniors; art or elective credits for other grade levels. Yearbook is a well-established program.||April 10, 2022||May 13, 2022. Open until filled.|