Low-Residency MFA Director

Oregon State University-Cascades

Jobs For Writers

Posted 10.4.12

Low-Residency MFA Director

Oregon State University-Cascades located in Bend, Oregon invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Director to coordinate the MFA-Creative Writing low-residency academic program.

Required qualifications include administrative experience and experience with writing conferences, writing workshops, and/or writing continuing education. Demonstrated potential for providing excellence in client/student service. Demonstrated successful managerial and leadership experience.

Preferred qualifications include a graduate degree. MFA in creative writing and experience in low residency MFA programs. University-level teaching experience. A demonstrated commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity.

To review posting and apply, go to http://oregonstate.edu/jobs. Apply to posting #0009748. You will be required to electronically submit a letter of application describing your interest in the position and an overview of your qualifications and experience, a resume/vita, and the names and phone #’s of three professional references. The closing date is 11/16/2012. Anticipated start date is early 2013.

For information regarding this position please contact Johannah Goodwin, Human Resources, OSU-Cascades at Johannah.Goodwin@osucascades.edu, or Dr. Neil Browne, Associate Professor, English and Liberal Studies, OSU-Cascades at Neil.Browne@osucascades.edu. OSU is an AA/EOE.

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