Full-time Communications Faculty – Video Production - Missouri Baptist University (Mobap)

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Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis has an opening for a full-time Communications faculty position in the School of Communications, in the College of Arts and Humanities. The position begins fall semester, 2024. 

Responsibilities include teaching courses in Communications, with an emphasis on teaching Video Production classes in our Broadcast Media Program, as well as an opportunity to lead the Broadcast Media Program into its next chapter. 

A doctorate in Communications or a related discipline is preferred. A master’s degree would be considered, especially if the candidate has significant experience in Broadcast Media and/or Video Production. Pay and rank are commensurate with credentials and experience, within the University’s salary structure. 

An ability to teach a variety of courses across our Communications curriculum would be a plus. The School of Communications offers four majors: Journalism, Broadcast Media, Public Relations and Communications Studies. 

Missouri Baptist University is ranked every year as a Top Workplace among all businesses in the St. Louis Region for overall employee satisfaction, and No. 1 in this category among all colleges and universities in our region. Our enrollment and retention continue growing each year. 

Missouri Baptist University, an evangelical Christian university affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention and the Missouri Baptist Convention, is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. MBU is committed to the integration of faith and learning in all academic fields. 

Applicants should electronically submit the following: 

  1. Cover letter expressing interest in the position, highlighting experience relevant to the role, specifying your teaching interests and articulating your personal teaching philosophy. 
  2. Curriculum vita. 
  3. Transcripts of all earned degrees (unofficial is accepted). 
  4. Statement of faith. 

Materials should be submitted via email to: 

Dr. C. Allin Means, Associate Dean and Professor of Journalism 

School of Communications – College of Arts and Humanities 

Missouri Baptist University 



The search is currently open and continues until the position is filled. Informal inquiries are allowed, and I am happy to answer any questions via email.