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More opportunities in the School of Communication Studies at http://www.bgsu.edu/departments/smc/InternshipsJobs/index.html

BOARD OPERATOR NEEDED AT CLEAR CHANNEL, LIMA OH.
Clear Channel Lima is seeking a passionate, hard-working person who LOVES radio, for a part-time board op position. Hours would involve weeknights and weekends. Will work as best as possible around other schedules and will fully train. Please send resume and demo, if you have one, to Dave Woodward, Assistant Operations Manager, Clear Channel Lima, 667 W. Market St., Lima, OH 45801 or send e-mail to davewoodward@clearchannel.com

Clear Channel Lima also takes a limited number of interns throughout the school year and summer.

INSTRUCTOR/ASST. PROFESSOR NEEDED AT WEST TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
The Department of Communication at West Texas A&M University invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor position in Mass Communication, beginning, Fall, 2008. A doctorate in Mass Communication or related field is required for appointment as an assistant professor (tenure track). A Master’s degree in Mass Communication or a related field will be considered for appointment as Instructor (non tenure track). The successful candidate will have experience in teaching broadcast related courses, multi-platform media writing, editing, web/multimedia design and desktop publishing, and other mass communication courses as needed. Additionally, the successful candidate would have experience in advising student publications (such as the student newspaper) and in serving as sponsor for student organizations, and ability to budget, mentor students, and manage personnel. Knowledge of Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Avid, and Adobe Audition, and Adobe Indesign, a plus. The Mass Communication program has three areas of emphasis: Advertising/public relations, print media, and broadcasting and promotes a media convergence approach to all instruction. Housed in newly constructed Fine Arts Complex, the Communication Department has approximately 230 majors.

Application Procedure: Submit a letter of application, a one page philosophy of teaching, current vitae, transcripts of graduate work, evidence of teaching effectiveness and three letters of reference to Dr. Trudy L. Hanson, WTAMU Box 60754, Dept. of Communication, Canyon, TX 79016. Email: thanson@mail.wtamu.edu Phone: 806 651 2800. Electronic submission of materials is required. Send all materials to Dr. Hanson. Deadline for applications is Feb. 15, 2008. West Texas A&M University is an AA/EOE employer. For information about the university, please see our website: http://www.wtamu.edu.

NIOSH/CDC - Pittsburgh - Fellowship Opportunity
"Research is badly needed to better understand how to train and motivate miners to be prepared for emergencies, perform self-protective behaviors, and avoid unsafe acts. Our mining stakeholders/customers consider effective training to be crucial to protecting miners' safety and health. It is especially important at present because many new workers are being hired to replace retiring workers throughout the mining industry."
 
The position would be in Pittsburgh, PA  for an initial appointment of 3 years. The position is renewable.
 
Current projects include designing a virtual reality game for mine training and developing a training package for miners in the event of a mine disaster.
 
December or May graduates are encouraged to apply. Anyone who is interested can contact me at the address below for more information:
 
 
Katherine Klein, Ph.D., Research Scientist KKlein@cdc.gov National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Centers for Disease Control and Prevention PO Box 18070, Cochrans Mill Road Pittsburgh PA 15236, 412.386.4627, Web : http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/mining/

Deadline: Ongoing
WEB MASTER in the SCHOOL OF ART, BGSU
The School of Art is looking for a freshman or sophomore student webmaster starting Spring 2007, who may be able to stay with the job for two or more years. Requirements include:

  • Working closely with the School of Art faculty and staff
  • Programming, configuration, and maintenance of a database driven web server environment using Cold Fusion, Access, HTML, and JavaScript.
  • Windows and Macintosh OSX operating systems.
  • Independent and group work, learning new applications
  • Graphic applications

Send letter of interest to Bonnie Mitchell at bonniem@bgsu.edu
Please include:

  • programming classes taken
  • web programming or development experience
  • URLs to any websites you developed
  • class standing (freshman, sophomore, etc.)
  • major
  • email addresses of two references (preferable teachers or past employers)
  • any other relevant information

Deadline: Ongoing
OHIO ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS (OAB)
Please visit http://www.oab.org

Deadline: Ongoing
Higher Education Positions Available
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