Jobs for Poets: April 4, 2018

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Apr 04 2018
Jobs for Poets

Every Wednesday we share literary and arts jobs posted by our fellow organizations, universities, and schools. Take a look at the opportunities available for poets in the workforce now. If you’re an employer and want to submit a job for consideration in Jobs for Poets, email [email protected].


  • Coffeyville Community College in Kansas is seeking an English Instructor.
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  • Duke University Press in Durham, North Carolina, is seeking three Editorial Associates to assist the editorial director and other Duke Press editors working in the humanities and social sciences.
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  • Indiana University Bloomington seeks two full-time Lecturers to teach undergraduate writing courses in the composition program.
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  • Mrs. Dalloway's bookstore in Berkeley, California, is looking for a full-time Receiver to receive books, magazines, and a variety of sideline merchandise, as well as process online sales, place reorders of merchandise, and process returns.
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  • The New York Foundation for the Arts seeks a Director of Development to spearhead financial growth as the organization increasingly diversifies and expands its programming.
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  • The New School seeks a full-time Assistant Professor of Writing with a concentration in poetry to teach in the Department of Literary Studies beginning July 1, 2018.
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  • North Carolina State University in Raleigh is seeking a full-time or part-time Lecturer in English to teach in areas such as composition, literature, linguistics, film, creative writing, and professional writing for summer 2019, fall 2018, and spring 2019.
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  • PEN America is seeking six Writing for Justice Fellows—emerging or established—to create written works of lasting merit that illuminate critical issues related to mass incarceration and catalyze public debate.
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  • Pierce College in Puyallup, Washington, is seeking a full-time Assistant Professor of English to teach a variety of courses in the department, specifically composition and rhetoric.
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  • Plymouth State University in New Hampshire is seeking a First-Year Writing Instructor to teach English composition beginning in fall 2018.
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  • Princeton University in New Jersey is seeking Lecturers to teach topic-based, multidisciplinary Writing Seminars to first-year students.
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  • Printed Matter, Inc., in New York City is seeking a full-time Fairs & Editions Coordinator to be responsible for supporting all aspects of the production of Printed Matter’s book fairs, the organization’s participation in domestic and international art fairs, and the production of Printed Matter’s fundraising editions.
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  • The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities in Providence seeks a part-time Program Coordinator to serve as the hub for the office, acting as the first point of contact for a range of inquiries by phone, email, and in person.
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  • San Diego City College is seeking a tenure-track Assistant Professor of English to begin teaching in fall 2018.
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  • South Louisiana Community College in Lafayette is seeking a full-time English Instructor to teach rhetoric and composition, as well as developmental English, beginning in fall 2018 at the Young Memorial and Franklin Campuses of SLCC.
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  • The Toadstool Bookshop in Milford, New Hampshire, is seeking a full-time Bookstore Manager to be responsible for a variety of duties from working the counter to ordering new titles, reorders, arranging displays and events, and attending to the myriad details that make the store an enjoyable and inviting place to be.
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  • William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa, is seeking a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of English with a specialty in rhetoric or developmental writing to teach and develop writing and composition courses, with opportunities to teach other English and English-related courses.
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  • The University of Chicago is seeking part-time Lecturers in Creative Writing to teach poetry, nonfiction, or fiction.
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  • The University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois, is seeking a tenure-track Assistant Professor of English with a specialization in rhetoric and composition and a secondary field in American literature to teach in the First-Year-Experience program as well as introductory and advanced courses in writing and literature beginning in August 2018.
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