Please spread the word re: the following full-time, ongoing position at UCC:
The Bachelor of Journalism Program, initiated in 1998, is the only
undergraduate degree program of its kind in British Columbia. It is
print-based, with students entering after completing their first two years
of university study.
Approximately 70 part-time and full-time students are currently enrolled.
The School of Journalism also offers a one year, post baccalaureate diploma
Although they feature a strong liberal arts component, both the degree and
the diploma options are
career-oriented, aimed a preparing students for employment with community
and daily newspapers, magazines, government agencies, corporations, and
non-profit and advocacy organizations. Because of its focus on practicality
and employability, the program maintains close relationships with local and
regional media outlets, and facilitates a variety of internships.
The University College of the Cariboo invites applications for a full-time
ongoing position with British Columbia's only bachelor's degree program in
Journalism. The successful candidate will teach a variety of third and
fourth-year Journalism courses, carry a scholarly activity workload and
responsibilities, and participate in ongoing program developments and
Minimum of a Master's degree in Journalism or a related discipline.
Preference will be given to candidates who are accomplished
journalists with proven teaching experience at the university level.
Professional experience and/or publications in media relations, media
theory, and online media vehicles for the delivery of journalism would
be an asset.
TERM OF APPOINTMENT:1 August 2001
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS:18 May 2001
In accordance with Canadian Immigration laws, this ad is directed to
citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
The University College of the Cariboo is committed to the principle of
employment equity. Please forward current curriculum vitae, quoting the
Competition #01-025 with names, addresses and telephone numbers of three
(3) referees, along with a copy of graduate transcripts to:
Ms. Irene Bazell, Human Resources Officer
Human Resources Division
The University College of the Cariboo
P.O. Box 3010
Kamloops, British Columbia
V2C 5N3 Canada
< < Dr. W.F. Garrett-Petts > >
Chair, Journalism Program
UCC, 900 McGill Road Voice: (250) 828-5248
Box 3010, Kamloops B.C. FAX: (250) 371-5697
B.C. V2C 5N3 Canada. E-mail: [log in to unmask]
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