Broadcast Media Production Adjunct Job Opening at Champlain College

Champlain College Division of Communication and Creative Media seeks to fill one or more part-time adjunct faculty positions in the Broadcast Media Production Program. The courses available are Broadcast Writing, Production of Social Media, Video Storytelling and Broadcast Management. 

Course Descriptions

BRD 110 Video Storytelling

This class is designed to provide students who have little or no digital video production knowledge with an introduction to methods and strategies for production of digital video stories. Using the art of telling a story, the class will create educational, informational or personal experience video productions utilizing audio, video, scriptwriting and digital editing techniques. The class will be focused around hands-on projects, critiques and editing on nonlinear workstations.

BRD 216 Broadcast Writing

This course examines techniques, styles, formats and theories involved in writing for broadcast and streaming media such as radio, television, and web sites featuring video. Students will learn how to write effective material including public service announcements, commercials, features, news, education and training programs. The focus of the course is on the elements of style unique to media received in an electronically delivered venue. 

BRD 230 Production of Social Media

This content and hands on production class examines and creates audio and video for web cast, podcasts, and social media venues. Students will script, capture, edit, enhance and host audio and video projects for specific audiences.

BRD 240 Radio Production II

Students will refine their writing, producing, editing and on-air delivery skills through the creation of various audio programming geared for broadcast and online platforms.  Content may focus on news, sports and cultural  programming and other creative elements that will be prepared for the college radio station as well as other online platforms.

BRD 410 Broadcast Management and Programming

A study of the theory and practice of broadcast station management and programming. Students will develop an understanding of management in relation to decision making for broadcast outlets. Areas covered will include personnel, budget, government regulatory framework, problem solving, documenting and reporting, legal environment, ownership, and policy. This course also examines the structure of the industry as it relates to entertainment, information, and the audience including programming applications such as formats, genres, trends, program selection, scheduling, accountability and audience ratings methods and their impact. Critical standards are developed by introducing humanistic and scientific modes of program analysis. Students will conduct case study research related to their career direction.


Experience with news writing, nonlinear editing, social media content creation, field and studio production equipment are required. A Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three years of industry experience in relevant areas are required. Teaching experience at the college level is preferred. 

Please upload a resume and a cover letter outlining qualifications, teaching and professional experience to;jsessionid=273A461080531502F1F89F12E329ACF9?JOBID=138338.  Resumes will be reviewed on an on-going basis and interviews conducted pending our needs.