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- London, UK
- Posted on 14 Sep, 2018
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- £ 3,200.0 per month
Instructor: Public Relations
Florida State University London seeks an adjunct instructor to teach an undergraduate course entitled “Introduction to Public Relations” for Spring 2019. The semester runs from 10 January to 24 April 2019.
This is a 3-credit academically rigorous undergraduate course designed to introduce students to the theories, principles, concepts and practices of the public relations profession. The course will provide an overview of the development of public relations as a discipline as well as its contemporary role in organizations and society. Evaluating the use of public relations in influencing business decision-making, the course will consider emerging trends as well as the international and ethical considerations involved in the practice of public relations. Providing practical insight into the field of public relations, the course will identify key processes including goal, research, planning, writing, tactics, strategy, campaign management skills, crisis response, implementation and evaluation. For those majoring in public relations, this course serves as the foundation of the public relations curriculum. For non-majors, the course provides an overview of public relations theory and practice.
The framework of the syllabus for a Liberal Studies course is established by the relevant department. The instructor, however, has latitude in delivering the topics and competencies, and we want instructors to make full use of London’s resources in designing their courses by taking students out during class time to visit political exhibits and institutions.
Classes are scheduled to meet once a week at the FSU London campus in Bloomsbury, London in a three-hour block on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays. The class size will likely be 10 to 20 students.
The remuneration (with PhD) will be £3,200 per semester for class sessions and associated marking.
The ideal candidate will have a PhD in a relevant discipline, and previous teaching experience. Experience of working with US study abroad students is desirable. More information about our program can be found at www.international.fsu.edu/london.
To apply for the position, please send a CV and covering letter to Dr Kathleen Paul at email@example.com. For further information, email or call 020 7813 3223.
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