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Job TitleCommunication Instructor
OrganizationConcordia University Texas
ContactCindy Barber
Address11400 Concordia University Drive
LocationAustin, Texas 78726
Position Overview-Concordia University Texas is currently searching for an Adjunct (part-time) Instructor in Communication to teach two sections of Fundamentals of Communication at our main campus in Austin beginning Fall semester 2018.

Course Description:

Designed to help students perceive and experience the multi-faceted presence of communication in life, and gain self-confidence and basic proficiency expressing themselves in different contexts using a variety of media.

Minimum Educational and Professional Requirements:
18 graduate hours in Communication
Experience teaching Communication classes (preferably in higher education)
Master’s degree required or PhD in Communication preferred

To apply for this position, please go to the Concordia University Texas web page:


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