UNC-Chapel Hill seeks an Assistant Professor in Critical Organizational Communication

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UNC-Chapel Hill seeks an Assistant Professor in Critical Organizational Communication

Assistant Professor, Organizational Communication (tenure-track)

The Department of Communication at the University of North Carolina at

Chapel Hill seeks to hire an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in

Critical Organizational Communication.

Candidates should have a Ph.D. or a completion date of a Ph.D. by July

1, 2024 and be qualified to teach undergraduate and graduate

Organizational Communication courses, contribute to the core courses in

the graduate program, and develop specialized undergraduate and graduate

courses reflecting their research interests. We are particularly

interested in a colleague whose research and teaching emphasizes

*advocacy and organizing for social change, community-based organizing,

and social movement organizing*. Candidates with a focus on

environmental communication who are working on related issues of

environmental justice, labor, and sustainability are strongly encouraged

to apply.

About Organizational Communication at UNC: Faculty in Organizational

Communication use a critically informed, engaged approach to understand

everyday organizational life. Faculty in the area employ multi-level,

multi-method analyses of organizing across work, community, and social

change contexts, with a sustained focus on communication as constitutive

of organizing. Major areas of teaching include labor, work and identity,

power and resistance, ethics, leadership, democracy and citizenship, and

gender, race and class to create constructive organizational change.

To learn more about the Department of Communication at UNC Chapel Hill,

please vit our website: https://comm.unc.edu/

A Ph.D. in Communication or a related field is required. A Ph.D. in

Communication or related field with a focus in Organizational

Communication or Critical Management Studies is preferred. Ideal

candidates should have a record of, or potential for, outstanding

research, teaching and service in keeping with the tenure expectations

of a department at a research institution. We especially welcome

candidates with experience in graduate advising and mentorship.

Interested candidates should send (1) a cover letter that addresses all

minimum and any preferred qualifications met; (2) curriculum vitae; (3)

a description of teaching philosophy and approaches; (4) a sample

syllabus; (5) teaching evaluations for one class where you were the

instructor of record (if available); (6) a writing sample; (7) the names

and contact information of three references. The search committee may

ask for more materials, including reference letters, from selected

candidates as needed. Review of applications will begin after October

26th, 2023. For questions regarding the search, please email the chair

of the search committee, Dr.Kumi Silva at kumi@email.unc.edu

Applicants should submit materials at


The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity

and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive

consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability,

gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information,

national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a

protected veteran.

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