Journalism Department seeks instructor to teach Investigative Reporting in Fall 2021
The San Francisco State University Journalism Department is looking for a journalist with extensive experience in investigative reporting to teach JOUR 320 Investigative Reporting in the Fall 2021 semester. This is an upper-division undergraduate course that aims to introduce students to the fundamentals of investigative reporting -- finding stories, data analysis, using public records, deep interviewing -- and teach them how to apply these skills to an investigative project.
The course will be taught in person or hybrid (some classes in person and some online.)
Required education and experience:
• At least 5 years of professional experience as a journalist, ideally with extensive experience doing investigative reporting
• Experience teaching journalism and/or investigative reporting skills
Preferred education and experience:
• A master’s degree in journalism, communications or a closely related field from an accredited institution.
• At least two years of university teaching experience
• Experience teaching reporting or investigative reporting at the university level
• Experience with data analysis and public records searches
• Familiarity with the needs of a non-traditional, first-generation, culturally diverse student body.
• Experience with contemporary instructional technologies such as learning management systems and teaching via Zoom
Application Process: Applicants should send a CV or resume and a letter of interest to:
Rachele Kanigel Professor and Chair,
Journalism Department San Francisco State University
Review of applications will begin May 5.
Applications will be considered until the job is filled.
San Francisco State University is an Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, veteran status, or any other federal, state, or local protected class. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply.