Director of the University Writing Center (Non-Tenure
Located in the Office of Student Success, the University Writing
Center seeks to cultivate purpose-driven writers who can
communicate clearly and persuasively. In support of this mission,
we invite qualified applicants to apply for the position of
Director of the University Writing Center. Reporting to the Dean of
Student Success, this position will be responsible for maintaining
existing and developing future services, resources, programs,
events, and outreach opportunities by performing the following
1. Manage on-campus, online, and email writing services by hiring
and training student writing coaches.
2. Produce writing resources, workshops, and content that can be
distributed online and through social media.
3. Support instructors and teaching assistants in the first-year
composition with lab courses (ENG113E, ENG123E).
4. Deliver graduate student writing services and resources,
including residency workshops, dissertation editing services,
5. Organize annual University Writing Center “Distinguished Public
6. Develop community outreach opportunities such as library
tutoring, summer camps, and other workshops that promote CBU in the
7. Market UWC services and resources and maintain high-level of
customer service satisfaction and address conflicts or
8. Generate reports such as utilization and satisfaction for all
services and programs.
9. Keep up-to-date with best practices, technologies, and
memberships relevant to rhetoric-composition, including the
Southern California Writing Center Association.
10. Assist the Dean of Student Success with other Student Success
Master’s Degree required. Terminal Degree preferred in Rhetoric and
Composition, English, ESL Education (concentration in
literacy/writing), or a related field.
Teach within the Modern Languages and Literature department ( MLL )
or other departments at the recommendation of the MLL department
chair and approval of the Dean of Student Success (the academic
department chair is responsible for the evaluation of teaching).
Serve as a liaison between the Writing Center and stakeholder of
writing on campus.
State and Federal law permit California Baptist University to
discriminate on the basis of religion in order to fulfill its
purpose. The University does not discriminate contrary to either
State or Federal law.
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Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * Are you a Christian?
- * Do you attend church regularly?
- If no, please explain (required):
(Open Ended Question)
- * Are you both familiar with and not in conflict with the
fundamental doctrines and practices of the California Southern
Baptist Convention as stated in the Baptist Faith and Message dated
June 14, 2000? (Please see above link for more information)
- Yes (I am familiar and not in conflict)
- No (I am in conflict or not familiar)
- Christian Experience Essay
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