Academic Jobs Wiki
Use with caution!
MLA Job Information List
The Modern Language Association provides an online job information list published in October, December, April, and June. Please check with Tiwonda Johnson-Blount in the Graduate Studies Office for our departmental user name and password. The MLA job list is the "official" way to advertise an opening. It is the major source for finding out about tenure-track jobs that will go through the normal MLA convention interview process. It is less helpful for non-normal hires -- which means that it is less useful in the spring, although still important. You can also subscribe (through MLA) and get your own personal copy.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
The Chronicle comes out weekly and has fairly extensive ads for jobs; any given issue will have six to seven jobs in English, and sometimes many more than that. View it online. In the fall, the Chronicle will only occasionally have ads not also listed in the MLA job list, but at all other times of the year (i.e. from January to September), it is the most useful job list.
Society for Cinema and Media Studies Career Center
National clearing house for film and media studies jobs.
Higher Ed Jobs
(US site, but includes international information)
A clearing house of web job list resources.
Jobs in Australia/New Zealand
Duke’s Office of Research Support