I came across a faculty opening at Kent State in their Information Architecture and Knowledge Management (IAKM) program. They are primarily looking for someone who does information architecture and / or usability work, rather than people invested in the Knowledge Management side.
Qualifications include a Masters degree in Information Science, Computer Science or a related field and a completed doctorate or substantial progress toward completion of a doctorate in Information Science, Computer Science or a related field. Experience and/or interest in synchronous or asynchronous digital distance learning is desirable. Nine-month appointment; summer teaching and workshops may be available. Salary is competitive; benefits are excellent. The position is available for the Fall 2006 (though dependent on the needs of the successful candidate, Spring 2007). Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
[originally discovered via Keith Instone]