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College of Information and Communications

Employment Opportunities

The College of Information and Communications invites applications for the following faculty positions. Visit the links for additional information and to apply.

Information Science Instructor

The School of Information Science invites applications for an instructor to begin August 16, 2024. We are seeking someone to teach at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The classes are related to programming, data analytics, artificial intelligence, applied data and text mining, and user experience (UX).

Human Resources Assistant

The Human Resources (HR) Administrative Specialist provides professional-level HR service and administrative support to the College of Information and Communications. Responsibilities include but are not limited to, scheduling meetings, arranging travel, handling correspondences, maintaining filing systems, assisting with event planning and execution, adjunct, temporary and student hires, job postings, hiring proposals, personnel actions, administrative tracking for personnel files and other legally mandated requirements, and serving as a resource for adjunct, temporary and student HR questions.

Program Coordinator

The director plans, develops and executes the administrative activities involved with managing programs tailored to meet the needs of the students, advisers and teachers of scholastic media in middle and high schools in the state, region and nation.
Minimum Qualifications

Faculty Fellow position in Health, Science, Information and Communication

The College of Information and Communications at the University of South Carolina  invites applications for a 12-month Faculty Fellow position in Health, Science, Information and Communication at the rank of Research Assistant Professor to join USC’s Bridge to Faculty program, effective August 16, 2024.

Bridge to Faculty is a program designed to recruit talented early-career scholars as Faculty Fellows at the rank of Research Assistant Professor with the goal to transition them to tenure-track faculty members after two years. Bridge to Faculty aims to attract and retain promising scholars with an emphasis on underrepresented early-career scholars.

Three Professional Track Instructors

The School of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of South Carolina invites applications for three nine-month professional-track instructors to begin January 1, 2024, or August 16, 2024. The school offers majors in advertising, journalism, broadcast journalism, mass communication, public relations and visual communications. The most competitive applicants will demonstrate both professional skills and teaching abilities that span at least two majors. We seek instructors who will help us continue to fulfill our mission of preparing the next generation of mass communication practitioners.

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