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Job announcements are submitted to JEA through members and scholastic journalism partners. Prospective applicants are encouraged to research the job postings before you apply.

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LocationOrganizationPosition TitlePosition DescriptionPosted OnApply
West Virginia
Marshall UniversityDirector of the School of Journalism and Mass CommunicationsMarshall University seeks an outstanding and experienced leader to serve as the Director of the W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications. The next director will be an innovative, dynamic and transformative leader who will be a change agent in bringing the school to the next level as it builds upon its past strengths and develops its vision for a future in support of its students and its region.Dec. 01, 2022.Dec. 23, 2022.
Rhode Island
The University of Rhode IslandAssistant/Associate Professor, Sports Media and Communication, Tenure-TrackThe Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island invites applicants for a tenure-line faculty position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor of Sports Media and Communication program, to begin fall 2023. We strongly encourage applications from female and minority candidates.July 13, 2022.Oct. 15, 2022. Open until filled.
Spring Branch Middle SchoolJournalism teacherYearbook 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 1.0Language 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, 2022May 13, 2022. Open until filled.


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