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Posted 29 July 2014: Program Officer for Student Agency, Raikes Foundation

The Raikes Foundation seeks a nimble, experienced, and innovative professional to serve as a Program Officer for its national Student Agency grant-making strategy.

The Raikes Foundation’s mission is to empower young people to transform their lives. Based in Seattle, WA the Raikes Foundation is an endowed, family foundation led by its co-founders, Tricia and Jeff Raikes. Now a tight-knit team of seven people, the Raikes Foundation expects to grow as annual grantmaking capacity expands. It will distribute roughly $9 million in 2014, and expects annual grantmaking to more than double over the next 10 years. The Raikes Foundation hires smart, strategic people who are confident when faced with tough challenges and who are driven by a desire to improve the lives of young people by increasing the effectiveness of its grantmaking.

The focus of this role is the Foundation’s cutting edge national work around student agency. Student agency is the inter-relationship between academic mindsets—a learner’s belief in growth, belonging and purpose—and learning strategies, the skills—such as goal-setting—that allow an individual to navigate their own learning. A growing body of research suggests students’ mindsets and the learning strategies they deploy can have a powerful influence on academic achievement. The Foundation’s Student Agency strategy is funding research, practice, policy analysis, and communications to exploit this new knowledge to improve student outcomes.

The Program Officer Role
This newly created position will work closely with the Student Agency Lead to evolve and expand the strategy. The ideal candidate will have deep knowledge of the education ecosystem, strong interpersonal skills, and an aptitude for identifying strategic, high-leverage opportunities to achieve the Foundation’s goals.

The focus-areas for this role include:

  • Strategy, Evaluation, & Organizational Learning
  • Grant Development & Relationship Management
  • Thought Leadership & Communications

To learn more, please see the full position profile: http://www.waldronhr.com/images/stories/Position_Specifications/raikes_program_officer.pdf

Minimum Qualifications:

At least 7 – 10 years of professional experience required. We seek candidates with deep (7+ years) and diverse experience in leadership, management, policy, or consulting in the education field. A bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s degree is preferred.

To Be Considered:

Please submit your resume and cover letter online at http://candidates.waldronhr.com. Cover letters expressing your passion for the mission and fit for the role should be addressed to Melissa Merritt. Please note reference code NM438 in your cover letter and submit all materials by September 1, 2014. 


Posted 28 July 2014:  Dean of the Graduate School of Education, Fordham University  (NY)

Fordham University invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the Graduate School of Education (GSE). The next Dean will have an extraordinary opportunity to advance the GSE’s mission; to enhance its commitment to excellence in research, teaching, and public service; and to increase its national and global prominence while positioning the School effectively to succeed in a dynamic and highly competitive environment in graduate education.

A large and important school that is deeply in service of and tied to the City of New York, Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education ranks in the top 20 private schools of education nationally and second among Catholic schools of education. Some of Fordham’s greatest strengths lie in its sense of community, faculty, and location in Manhattan, home of the largest public school system in the United States and one of the largest Catholic school systems. Located near Lincoln Center, the Graduate School of Education enrolls approximately 390 doctoral, 600 master’s, and 80 certificate students. With approximately 40 full-time professors and 70 adjuncts, the School’s faculty includes prominent educators from nearly every aspect of graduate education.

The Dean is the academic and administrative leader of the School, fostering a strong community that is closely tied to and extends the Jesuit ideals of the University. He or she will be charged with developing a compelling and innovative vision for the future; increasing external fund raising; developing new revenue streams; building community; advancing the already-deep connections of the School in the field; and managing fiscal and human resources optimally.

The Graduate School of Education is a part of Fordham University, which was founded in 1841. Fordham, a Jesuit university, is governed by an independent board of trustees. The Graduate School of Education’s commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship, and public service reflects the Jesuit educational ideals of rigorous thought, justice, and service to others.

Inquiries, nominations, and applications are invited. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are especially encouraged to apply. Review of applications will begin in early August and will continue until the position is filled. To ensure full consideration, applicant materials should be received by October 1, 2014. Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae, a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities andrequirements described in the Leadership Profile available at http://www.wittkieffer.com/position/fordham-university/dean-of-the-graduate-school-of-education/9438, and the names and contact information of five references. References will not be contacted without prior knowledge and approval of candidates. These materials should be sent electronically via e-mail to Fordham University’s consultants Jean Dowdall, Ph.D., Robin Mamlet, and Elizabeth Bohan at FordhamGSE@wittkieffer.com. The consultants can be reached by phone through the desk of Leslie Donahue, search support, at 630-575-6178.


Posted 23 July 2014:  Director of Development & Operations, Rethinking Schools

Rethinking Schools, a leading voice in educational reform for almost 30 years,  is conducting a national search for a Director of Development & Operations. This director will be in charge of fundraising, grant writing and oversight. Operations duties include oversight and evaluation of Milwaukee personnel, internal communication, oversight of book projects, and support for RS special projects.

• Experience in fundraising/grant writing.
• Ability to manage and maintain fiscal accountability.
• Background in education or a willingness to become knowledgeable about key public school issues.
• Political experience with progressive/activist causes.
• Supervisory experience.
• Computer literacy, with solid knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, etc.) and social media/internet.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize effectively.
• Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.
• Previous book publishing experience or desktop publishing proficiency a plus.

• Generous benefits, including health insurance, four weeks paid vacation, eleven paid holidays, pension, and other benefits.
• Collegial and flexible working environment.
• Salary negotiable.

Send cover letter, resume, and any supporting documents to personnel@rethinkingschools.org or mail to Personnel Committee, Rethinking Schools,
1001 E. Keefe Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53212.
Resume deadline: August 15. Preferred starting date: Fall  2014.
For more information about Rethinking Schools check out www.rethinkingschools.org

For the complete job posting, visit http://www.rethinkingschools.org/static/about/RS_DDO_JobSummary.pdf


Posted 19 July 2014:  Science Educators and Learning Specialists, The Instituto Justice and Leadership Academy (Chicago)

Instituto Justice and Leadership Academies (IJLA) is looking for Dynamic – Disciplined – Social Justice SCIENCE EDUCATORS and LEARNING SPECIALISTS (LBS 1 and 2) with high expectations of our youth!

To apply click on the link below and follow the prompts. Make sure to attach the application also.   After the initial application, if invited to progress in the process, IJLA will ask for your Philosophy of Social Justice Education. If you have difficulty with the site please email cover letter, resume, and application to Cynthia C. Nambo, Principal at c.nambo@idpl.org.


The Instituto Justice and Leadership Academy (IJLA) is dedicated to the principle that education is liberation. The school’s mission as a learning community is to re-engage out of school youth in a rigorous and social justice inspired program driven by a student centered environment. IJLA defines social justice as a way of life that challenges an individual to realize the power and potential in themselves and their community. IJLA students take responsibility for their learning process and as they learn the meaning of being healthy physically, emotionally, and socially, they make better life choices as citizens. Depending on each student’s credits and current competencies, they are placed in pods instead of grade level which are Leveling, Apprentice, and Mastery. 

In the next four years Instituto plans to open multiple IJLA campuses across the southwest side of Chicago, ultimately reaching 1,000 students. 

Currently, IJLA operates two campuses – the Rudy Lozano campus and the Mastery Campus, which together serve over 250 students. 


Posted 19 July 2014: Assistant Director, The Davis Center, Williams College (MA)

The college is pleased to announce an opening for a full-time, year-round Assistant Director who will report to the Director of the Davis Center. This position is one of two Assistant Directors who provides administrative, programmatic and educational leadership focusing on academic enrichment, student leadership development and intergroup facilitation.

The Williams College Davis Center’s mission is pursued through three main channels: inclusive academic excellence and intellectual engagement; social justice learning, advocacy, and activism; and student support and programming. Additional information about the Davis Center can be found at http://davis-center.williams.edu/.


  • Master’s degree with a minimum of three years’ experience working in academic communities is preferred, or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge of issues relating to historically underrepresented communities
  • Experience in supporting academic achievement, student development, social justice activism and workshop facilitation is required
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills are a must

For optimal consideration, please submit resume materials by August 8, 2014. Job Group 3-B.

Williams College is a coeducational liberal arts institution located in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts with access to the culturally rich cities of Albany, Boston and New York City. The College is committed to building and supporting a diverse population of approximately 2000 students, and to fostering an inclusive faculty, staff and curriculum. Williams has built its reputation on outstanding teaching and scholarship and on the academic excellence of its students.

Employment at Williams is contingent on the verification of background information submitted by the applicant, including the completion of a criminal record check, and education when applicable.

To apply for this position, please visit http://staff-careers.williams.edu. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via phone at (413) 597-4247 or email at hr@williams.edu.

Beyond meeting fully its legal obligations for non-discrimination, Williams College is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community where members from all backgrounds can live, learn and thrive.

Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/5j4tn5b


Posted 12 July 2014: Director of the Cross Cultural Center, Saint Louis University

Saint Louis University, a Catholic, Jesuit institution ranked among the top research universities in the nation, seeks a talented and energetic administrator to serve as Director of the Cross Cultural Center. The next Director will join an institution that values academic excellence, life-changing research, compassionate health care, and a strong commitment to faith and service to others. Founded in 1818, Saint Louis University fosters the intellectual and character development of more than 14,000 students on campuses in St. Louis, Missouri, and Madrid, Spain. Building on a legacy of nearly 200 years, Saint Louis University continues to move forward with an unwavering commitment to a higher purpose, a greater good.

The Position
The Director provides leadership and administrative oversight of the Cross Cultural Center, which offers resources, programs, and services to engage students and support their holistic development, particularly those from historically underrepresented and marginalized groups. The Director oversees signature programs and initiatives-including Safe Zone ally training, African American Male Scholars initiative, Identity Awareness and Multiculturalism (“I AM”) workshop series, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Program-and mentors students, advises student organizations, coordinates campus events, and facilitates intergroup dialogue courses and learning experiences in partnership with academic units. The Director participates in student recruitment activities, pre-collegiate outreach, and community engagement through such organizations as the Islamic Center, St. Louis International Center, the National Conference for Community & Justice, Anti-Defamation League, St. Louis Public Schools, and INROADS. An active and visible campus leader, the Director advises and collaborates with all segments of the institution regarding diversity and the full range of issues that impact the Cross Cultural Center’s primary constituents. The Director will also be expected to play a pivotal role in advancing the diversity and inclusion framework and strategic goals of the Division of Student Development, working as a catalyst and collaborative partner with departments across the Division to foster a more inclusive campus environment, weave diversity education into the fabric of new and existing programs, and promote the multicultural competence of all students. The Director will co-chair the Division’s diversity core team, serve on campus committees, and advise the student diversity leadership cabinet. The Director supervises two full-time program coordinators and two graduate assistants, manages a $275,000 budget, and reports to the Assistant Vice President for Student Development and Dean of Students.

Requirements include a master’s degree and three years of related experience. The successful candidate will have the ability to lead diversity initiatives, mentor students and advise student groups, and act as a resource for the University in furthering its commitment to diversity and inclusion. An understanding of student development and cultural identity formation, experience working with underrepresented student populations, and a passion for diversity and social justice education will also be important considerations in the selection of the next Director.

Application and Nomination
Applications must be received by August 1, 2014 to be assured full consideration. A resume and accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the SJG website atwww.spelmanandjohnson.com under the link Current Searches. For nominations and confidential inquiries, please contact James M. Norfleet at jmn@sjgsearch.comor 413-529-2895.

SJG – The Spelman & Johnson Group
Saint Louis University – Director of the Cross Cultural Center
James M. Norfleet, Search Associate

Visit the Saint Louis University website at www.slu.edu

Posted 10 July 2014: Instructional Faculty/Lecturer,  Mathematical Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology  (RIT)

Position Title: Instructional Faculty
Faculty Rank: Lecturer
Faculty Type: Non-Tenure Track Lecturer
Department: School of Mathematical Sciences
PC# 9101 Requisition# 1147BR
Anticipated Start Date: August 13, 2014

DOWNLOAD the complete job description, 1147BR Lecturer Mathematical Sciences, RIT


Posted 4 July 2014Chief Diversity Officer, University of North Carolina Wilmington, North Carolina

Deadline Open until filled

Date Posted – June 9, 2014

Vacancy # 14E143 Position # 1141

The University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) invites nominations and applications for the position of Chief Diversity Officer. This position requires the knowledge and ability to cultivate a vision, strategy and organizational structure to enable achievement of the campus strategic diversity efforts. The university believes that diversity, civility, and community are core campus values of a sense of place that enhances the academic environment and supports a robust educational experience for its students. UNCW seeks an individual who can lead its ongoing efforts to ensure that diversity is infused in all university actions and programs.

This position reports to the Chancellor and is a member of the Chancellors cabinet. The Chief Diversity Officer will work to promote an environment that appreciates individual difference, values equal opportunity for all, and serves to eliminate barriers based on factors such as race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or veteran status. UNCW is seeking experienced candidates who have the ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the diversity and intercultural goals of the university and community.

The position involves collaboration with the Chancellor; cabinet; deans; department chairs and heads; directors; and other campus leaders on all diversity-related matters. Acting in this capacity, the Chief Diversity Officer will share responsibility for implementing and managing diversity-related aspects of the universitys strategic plan and leading the university in the development of a campus diversity and inclusion strategy, including a program of assessment of the goals and outcomes of that plan. Duties include identifying, promoting and executing best practices for the recruitment and retention of diverse
faculty and staff; working with academic and non-academic units to increase the enrollment and retention of diverse undergraduate, graduate and professional students; establishing systems of accountability throughout the university, advising campus leaders regarding communication strategies related to values of diversity and inclusion and engaging in a very high level of community engagement

The successful candidate will lead the new Office of Diversity and Inclusion and be responsible for all diversity programming on campus and manage the various Centers and its personnel. The Chief Diversity Officer will collaborate with the Provost and the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs with this endeavor.

The Chief Diversity Officer will evaluate UNCWs assets and challenges with regard to underrepresented groups, community support and cultural awareness and work with the leadership team to foster a climate of support and inclusiveness. The Chief Diversity Officer will work with the chancellor and the leadership team to develop accountability measures pertaining to diversity and inclusion and recommend and implement policies and programs and advocate for ownership throughout the campus of quantifiable progress at every level.

Other key elements include:

* Demonstrated extensive, progressively responsible experience related to contemporary issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
* Demonstrated experience with and knowledge and advocacy of diversity issues such as Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity, LGBT issues, and inclusion, particularly in higher education or similarly complex organizational structures.
* Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain positive professional and interpersonal relationships with diverse population groups.

Organizational and leadership experience includes:

* Significant supervisory, budget management, strategic planning, and program implementation experience required.
* Visionary leadership and management skills necessary to enhance diversity and equity issues in a scholarly setting.
* Demonstrated involvement in national associations and conferences related to the promotion of diversity and inclusivity related issues through attendance and participation.
* Ability to foster an appreciation of the unique characteristics, traits and skills of others by supporting cross cultural dialogue and interaction.
* Broad experience in encouraging mutual respect, inclusivity and enlightenment.
* Understanding of the value of the educational benefits that stem from preparing students’ cultural competencies in a multicultural workforce, global economy and world.
* Ability to communicate effectively, to both internal and external audiences, to represent the university’s need for, and commitment to, a diverse student, faculty and staff population.
* Demonstrated ability to ensure the campus is able to strive for a comprehensive range of programs and services that sustains and promotes an environment of inclusiveness.
* Ability to work closely with the Chancellor and cabinet members in a team atmosphere to ensure that the missions of diversity and academic excellence within the institution support each other.
* Proven development, implementation and evaluation of strategic initiatives that strengthens recruitment of a diverse student, faculty, and staff population.

In addition, the successful candidate will possess the following qualifications: Ph.D. or terminal degree and faculty experience preferred; in the absence of a doctorate, a Master’s degree is required.

To apply, please complete the online application process available on the web at http://consensus.uncw.edu

A letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references should be addressed to Chair Chief Diversity Officer Search Committee, and attached to the online application not emailed or mailed. Attachments must be either
Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF documents. For questions regarding the online application process, please contact Human Resources at (910) 962-3160. Under North Carolina law, applications and related materials are confidential personnel documents and not subject to public release.

Priority consideration will be given to online applications received by July 31, 2014, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled.



Posted 4 July 2014Tenure-related, Faculty Position, Counseling Psychology–Expertise in with Spanish-speaking Latino/a youth, families, and/or emerging adults, University of Oregon

Posting: 14122

Location: Eugene, Oregon
Closes: Open Until Filled

The Counseling Psychology program at the University of Oregon (UO) is
seeking to hire a 9-month open rank faculty member, with preference for a
faculty member at the advanced assistant or early associate rank, start
date between 2014-2015.  Candidates should have a program of research in
the field of prevention science and/or intervention practice with expertise
in working with Spanish-speaking Latino/a youth, families, and/or emerging
adults.  The new faculty member will collaborate with current faculty
members across the College of Education (COE) and university to engage in
work aimed at improving health and educational outcomes for Latino/a

Required Qualifications:

   - Doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, or a closely related field;
   - Oregon psychology license eligible;
   - Established record of scholarly productivity, commensurate with level;
   - Established track record (or potential) for external funding for research scholarship;
   - Expertise in prevention and/or intervention research related to Spanish-speaking youth, families, and/or emerging adults;
   - Experience or potential to work in or coordinate school- or community-based intervention programs;
   - Ability to advise and supervise doctoral student research;
   - Ability to provide best-practice supervision to graduate students providing clinical services with Spanish-speaking clients;
   - Demonstrated commitment to enhancing multicultural competencies and promoting equity, inclusiveness, and social justice in training activities;
   - Ability to work collaboratively and collegially with colleagues in the department and across the University, including within the Prevention Science Institute.


Teach graduate courses; contribute to our master’s
program in Prevention Science and to our master’s specialization in
Spanish-language intervention and research; contribute to undergraduate
teaching in our Family and Human Services undergraduate program; advise and
supervise doctoral students; contribute to the implementation of the
COE-wide diversity strategic plan; conduct an active, externally funded
research program; contribute to department, college, and university
governance in a manner consistent with the needs of an AAU, major research
university; contribute to emerging departmental continuing education and
distributed learning activities.  Preferred candidates will be fluent in

Application Process:

To be assured of consideration, submit application by October 1, 2014.
 Review will continue until the position is filled.

To apply, send the following electronically: A cover letter addressing your
interests and qualifications, a current vita, and three (3) representative
publications.  Arrange to have three (3) letters of recommendation sent
separately.  Send all to: c/o Amy Green, CPSYsearch@uoregon.edu, for Dr.
Benedict McWhirter, Ph.D., Chair, CPSY Search Committee, Department of
Counseling Psychology and Human Services, 5251 College of Education,
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-5251.

Direct questions regarding the position to Dr. Benedict McWhirter at benmcw@uoregon.edu, or 541-346-2410.  Questions about administrative aspects of the search process can be directed to Amy Green at amygreen@uoregon.edu.

If you are a qualified applicant with a disability and need accommodation with the application process, please contact us for assistance.


Posted 3 July 2014: Instructional Faculty, Computer Security, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Position Title: Instructional Faculty
Faculty Rank: Lecturer
Faculty Type: Non-Tenure Track
Department: Computer Security
PC# 2682 Requisition# 1140BR

The Department of Computing Security invites applications for a Lecturer position in computing security and related areas beginning fall 2013. The successful candidate will be able to teach a broad range of courses in systems and network security, forensics, malware, reverse engineering, or other related areas. The department offers a Bachelor and a Master of Science degree in Computing Security.

This is a one-year position with potential for renewal.

Successful candidates will have the ability to teach departmental courses such as: lower division courses such as fundamentals of computing security, cryptography and authentication, and upper division courses such as computer system security, network security and forensics, wireless security, mobile security, Linux and Windows forensics, malware reverse engineering, etc.
We are seeking an individual who has the ability and interest in contributing to a community committed to Student Centeredness; Professional Development and Scholarship; Integrity and Ethics; Respect, Diversity and Pluralism; Innovation and Flexibility; and Teamwork and Collaboration. Select to view links to RIT’s core values, honor code, and diversity commitment.

The College: The B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences is RIT’s largest college, which has an enrollment of over 3200 students. The college is housed in a modern facility equipped with numerous teaching and  research laboratories. The college houses the departments of Computer Science, Computing Security, Information Sciences and Technologies, Software Engineering, the School of Interactive Games and Media, as well as a college-wide Ph.D. program, providing many opportunities for cooperation and research collaboration within and beyond the college. The Department: The Computing Security Department (CSEC) is one of six administrative units within the College of Computing and Information Sciences and provides cutting edge education and research programs for both undergraduate and graduate students pursuing BS and MS degrees in computing security. Established in 2012 as the very first academic unit dedicated to computing security in the nation, the Computing Security Department comprises over 300 undergraduate and graduate students, 8 full time faculty, and staff. The department administrates two the state of art laboratories and a virtual environment to support students learning, research, and innovation.


  •  Completion of M.S. in Computing Security, Computer Science, or related areas 
  •  Ability to contribute to the curriculum 
  •  Interest in teaching and developing course offerings in computing security 
  •  An ability to support the interdisciplinary efforts of the Institute and/or the College of Computing and Information Sciences 
  •  Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.

Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty. Search: 1040BR. Please provide a letter of interest which addresses the
position qualifications, a current curriculum vita or resumé, and a one page statement of teaching experience/philosophy.
Questions should be directed to Dr. Bo Yuan at bo.yuan@rit.edu.
Review of applications will be ongoing until an acceptable candidate is found.

This is a one-year position with potential for renewal.  Anticipated start date is August 13, 2014.


Posted 3 July 2014:  Director of Marketing & Communications, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

The Division for Diversity & Inclusion at RIT is seeking an outgoing, energetic, creative person to join their team. The Director of Marketing & Communications is responsible for the planning and implementation of Marketing/Communications & Public Relations for the Division of Diversity & Inclusion. This includes managing and coordinating efforts to market diversity and inclusion programs/activities through publications, the internet, promotional and public relations venues, and other communications media. This position supports programs, communications, and event support to assist in providing a positive image of Diversity & Inclusion for the university.

To view the full job description, and to apply for this position, go to: http://careers.rit.edu.
Search Staff Positions openings, then in the Keyword Search field put in 1151BR.


Posted 1 July 2014: REACH Program Director,  Language Program 

Appointment period: Full-Time – 12 month basis
Location: City of Knowledge “YACHAY”, Urcuquí, Imbabura Province, Ecuador
Department: KSU College of Education, CIMA Center
Salary Range: $52,000
Work Schedule: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Will involve evening and weekend hours as needed
Screening Date: July 14, 2014 (continue until positions are filled)
Start Date: September 1, 2014 in Ecuador

Job Summary:
The purpose of this position is to act as the lead administrator and
representative of Kansas State University as the on-site Program Director of
the REACH Language Program at the City of Knowledge, “YACHAY” in
Ecuador. Responsible for supervising ten instructors, collecting research data,
coordinating on-site visits for both the Ministry of Education and KSU,
developing weekly, monthly and quarterly written reports, and establishing
and maintaining a positive environment for the instructors and students. The
Program Director will also be responsible for teaching a high-level academic
English course.

This position requires an individual who must demonstrate independent
discretion and judgment at the administrative level.

The Director will live and work on the “YACHAY” City of Knowledge campus in
housing provided at no cost to the faculty for the duration of the program.

Job Description/Responsibilities:
As a “first line supervisor”, the primary duty of the Program Director will be
the scheduling, monitoring, and supervision of ten English instructors in
Ecuador on a daily basis. Responsible for recommending hiring and
disciplinary actions to a higher level of authority.

Developing plans and criteria for program evaluation; maintaining consistent
communication with and reports to the Executive Director of Research for
CIMA at Kansas State University and the Executive Administrators of
“YACHAY”; curriculum renewal and reports to the Principal Investigator.

Overseeing the day-to-day operations of the program; providing leadership
and guidance for the instructors and students of the program; monitoring
and analyzing results of operations to ensure compliance and achievement of
the agency’s goals and objectives; assisting with the collection, synthesis,
distribution, and publication of research; and supervising the development of
monthly newsletters and website updates.
The Program Director will also be responsible for teaching a high-level
academic English course.

Required Qualifications —
Degree: Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Education or related field

2 years experience in teaching in international settings
Knowledge of educational research methods
EFL/ESL curriculum development experience

Other Requirements:
Ability to work and live in Ecuador for one year.
Valid passport and no international travel restrictions.
Knowledge of bookkeeping, business, and administrative management.
Knowledge of EFL/ESL Methods and practices with adult learners.
Knowledge of the organization and operations of Kansas State University,
assigned program and related programs.
Ability to plan, direct and supervise the work of others.
Ability to coach, mentor and foster teamwork among co-workers.
Ability to establish and maintain effective communications and relationships
with internal and external stakeholders.
Ability to read and comprehend technical written material and to draw
conclusions from available information.

Other Requirements:
Three years supervision of professional staff or related experience.

Continued employment is contingent upon funding and need for these services.

Special Instructions to Applicants:
Send letter of interest, resume’,unofficial transcript (official transcript will be required before hiring), and
names, addresses and telephone numbers of three professional references to

KSU, College of Education
Attn.: Susan Erichsen
002A Bluemont Hall
Manhattan KS 66506 Or email: sle@ksu.edu

CIMA Website: http://coe.k-state.edu/departments/cima/


Posted 25 June 2014:  Instructional Designer & Instructional Technology Trainer, Digital Learning Team, Collaborative for Educational Services

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Reports To: Digital Learning Manager

The Instructional Designer will identify and apply to courses the appropriate blend of pedagogy and technology into the curriculum, guide the selection and development of instructional strategies for the online environment, and recommend appropriate and culturally relevant learning tools to achieve course objectives based on education research and best practices. She/he/ze will provide expert consultation on design alternatives, and appropriately apply state-of-the-art synchronous and asynchronous online instructional design models to courses.

This person will: work one-to-one with faculty/staff to develop online and blended courses based on sound pedagogical principles and social justice education; work independently and as a team member to establish positive working relationships with a wide range of people from a variety of social identities and across all roles within the CES community; and collaborate with K-12 teachers and students on safe & effective technology use as well as technology-enhanced learning tools and services.  

The Instructional Designer will play a key role in the planning, design and implementation of the incipient full-time and/or supplemental virtual school. She/he/ze will also support all efforts surrounding an annual technology conference (TiE2015).

About our work: The Digital Learning Team is committed to serving teachers & students by connecting diverse learners to online and/or digital educational resources.

Essential Functions:

  • Identify and support faculty implementation of instructional design best practices.
  • Promote quality standards for instructional design and the development of courses and culturally relevant curricula.
  • Articulate learning objectives, based on faculty/staff input, and align them to design course and module educational strategies and learning assessments.
  • Use learning analytics and metrics to inform course design and revision process.
  • Lead workshops, webinars, and modules showcasing established and emerging instructional technologies and foster faculty/staff adoption of associated, innovative pedagogical strategies.
  • Provide faculty and staff with support documentation on a range of educational strategies and technologies.
  • Support, design and implement customized training programs for K-12 teachers, students, and administrators in teaching and learning with technology.
  • Identify appropriate curriculum resources and assist with curriculum delivery.
  • Support development of new products and services for school districts to facilitate high quality services to students, and cost savings.
  • Provide coaching to teachers.
  • Assist school districts with performance assessment.
  • Engage in joint planning and program development with agency personnel from Technology and other departments.
  • Support efforts to inform CES’s community about new digital learning capabilities and other campaigns.
  • Create and maintain timelines and work plans related to course development and other Digital Learning projects and initiatives.

Other Duties:

  • Actively participate in and support the Online Learning Professional Learning Community (PLC).
  • Coordinate registration for conferences, programming, and online courses.
  • Support and maintain social media presence on behalf of Digital Learning.
  • Develop instructional videos and materials.
  • Participation in relevant committees and workgroups across The Collaborative as requested.
  • Assume additional responsibilities as required.

Required Qualifications:

  • Minimum B.A. in education, technology, instructional design or similar.
  • At least 2 years’ experience with instructional design, training facilitation, and project management.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Must have detailed understanding of program, course, and content design.
  • Demonstrated successful project management experience.
  • Working knowledge of learning management systems (preferably Moodle).
  • Expertise with technology and enthusiasm for learning new technologies.
  • Superior written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to work well independently, meet deadlines, and a willingness to multi task and assist on a variety of projects.
  • Maintain focus in a physically open work space and amid competing priorities.
  • Possess a sense of humor and the ability to work in a fun, fast-paced environment.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience developing trainings for effective teaching practices and technology use.
  • Experience with and success working in collaborative environments.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver informational / instructional videos and related materials.
  • Google Certified Educator

Confidentiality: Individual subject to CORI clearance.

Availability: Due to the nature of the Collaborative business, incumbent should be occasionally available off office hours and weekends.

Physical Demands: Ability to multi-task and respond to demanding job duties with a positive mindset.  Considerable driving, sitting, and physical activity will be required of the candidate.

Work Conditions:  Ability to handle interruptions and maintain productivity. Ability to work with diverse personalities and social identities. Skilled in working independently and collaboratively.

Terms of Employment:  12 month contract (35hr/wk), benefits according to CES Personnel Policies

Posting Source: collaborative.org, Collaborative for Educational Services

To Apply: Interested people should email their resumes and cover letters to jobs@collaborative.org.


Posted 19 June 2014: Area Coordinator, Residence Life, The College of Saint Rose (NY)

The primary purpose of this position is to supervise a staff of Resident Assistants assigned to our college residential facilities.  In this live-in position, your  role will include  the selection and training of Resident Assistants, ensuring residents receive necessary services such as counseling, programming complimentary to their academic endeavors as well as participation in the overall planning and management of the Residence Life programs.


  • Evaluate and provide feedback to Resident Assistant staff both in an on-going and annual evaluation process.
  • Meet with students and serve as a student conduct hearing officer in disciplinary situations; impose appropriate student conduct sanctions and/or personal counseling in response to these situations in consultation with the Student Conduct Coordinator and the Director of Residence Life.
  • Respond to emergency calls on a 24-hour basis.
  • Participate in a rotation on-call duty roster and be available by phone when on duty.
  • Resolve walk-in and phone-in problems of students, parents, and campus community.
  • Support student staff in assessing student needs to design, plan and implement programs dealing with a variety of issues including diversity, alcohol and others.
  • Manage operational functions of the residence halls, including damage assessment, maintenance requests, reporting and billing, hall openings and closings, room checks, and follow up regarding housekeeper and facilities requests.


  • Bachelor’s Degree; Master’s Degree preferred
  • At least 2-3 years’ experience as a full time residence life staff member preferred
  • Background in supervision, crisis intervention and student development desired.
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills to interact with varying levels of college staff, faculty, students, vendors and service personnel, and the general public.
  • Evidence of strong organizational, management and teamwork skills.
  • Evidence of strong administrative and computer skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
  • Demonstrated interest in working with diverse students and staff from a variety of backgrounds.

Additional Information:

Live-in position; on call 24 hours

Annual Salary: $27,000, PLUS the following additional elements:

  • Fully furnished apartment including utilities, local phone, cable, internet, and access to free laundry.
  • Funding and opportunities for professional development locally, regionally, and nationally.
  • An equivalency of $1,190 annualized meal allowance
  • Opportunity to have a pet on-campus.

Comprehensive health and dental benefits, generous time off, a tuition remission plan to further enhance your knowledge and skills, retirement plans through TIAA-CREF, and wellness programs including the use of our extensive fitness center.
Application Instructions:

To be considered for this position you must submit your credentials online.  Create a College of Saint Rose Employment Account by clicking on the APPLY NOW tab below.  Upload the following documents, which are required for consideration:

  • Resume
  • Cover letter including salary history
  • Contact information for 3 references

See the FAQ for using our online system. Please contact us if you need assistance applying through this website.

Interested applicants must apply through our website: www.strose.edu/officesandresources/employment_opportunities

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Posted 19 June 2014:  Job Description: Athletic Coordinator of Communications, The College of Saint Rose (NY)

Under the direction of the Assistant Athletic Director for Communications, the incumbent is responsible for assisting with the publication and promotion of internal and external communications to support the 18 intercollegiate athletics programs of the College.


  • Maintain and manage content published on the athletics website
  • Maintain the Athletics Department social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, etc. by strategically generating content, posting events and monitoring and responding to comment.
  • Maintaining general information database on all teams and student-athletes such as bio’s, records, statistics, awards, etc.
  • Research, write and design content for game day programs, digital media guides, etc. within established publishing requirements
  • Compile statistics associated with assigned teams and athletic contests using various Stat Crew software programs in compliance with institutional, Northeast-10 Conference, and NCAA requirements
  • Participate in game-day management and event coverage activities as assigned
  • Coordinate the athletic department’s photography and video requirements
  • Assist with the production of live webcasts
  • Provide training and mentorship to student staff
  • Complete required weekly reports to the Northeast-10 Conference


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, Communications or related field
  • At least one year of full-time experience in a college athletics communications or professional sports media relations office
  • Demonstrated excellent writing and editing skills
  • Working knowledge of Adobe CS6 Suite; specifically Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere and PageMaker software packages
  • Intermediate level computer skills using a Windows based operating system, specifically MS Word, Excel, is required
  • Working knowledge of Stat Crew software (including live in-game) for the following sports: volleyball, soccer, tennis, golf, basketball, baseball/softball, and lacrosse
  • Experience in planning and production of athletics publications
  • Experience with website maintenance, preferably via Sidearm web management system
  • Familiarity with photography, video and audio editing and production
  • Proven ability to interact with varying levels of college staff, students, and local media
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including nights and weekends
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to frequently lift and carry equipment weighing approximately 50 pounds

Additional Information:

Full Year, Full time

Salary range in the low to mid-$30K’s, depending upon experience

In addition to salary, compensation includes participation in our comprehensive health and dental benefits, generous time off, a tuition remission plan to further enhance your knowledge and skills, retirement plans through TIAA-CREF, and wellness programs including the use of our  fitness center.

Application Instructions:

In order to be considered for this position, you must submit your credentials online.  Create a College of Saint Rose Employment Account by clicking on the APPLY NOW tab below.  You will be able to upload the following documents, which are required for consideration:

  • Cover letter (REQUIRED, as this is a demonstration of your writing skills), including salary history
  • Resume
  • Current contact information for three professional references

Applicants selected for a future on-campus interview should be prepared to present a portfolio of their published work

Interested applicants must apply through our website: www.strose.edu/officesandresources/employment_opportunities

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Posted 11 June 2014:  Instructional Faculty (Chemistry), National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Faculty Rank: Lecturer in Chemistry 
Faculty Type: Non-Tenure Track Lecturer
Department: Science and Mathematics
Requisition# 1112BR PC# 9429
Anticipated Start Date: August 13, 2014

Applications are now being accepted for a full-time 9.5-month lecturer (non-tenure-track) faculty position in the Department of Science and Mathematics at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), a college of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) beginning fall 2014. This position is a temporary one-year appointment.

– Provide academic tutoring in chemistry, primarily in general chemistry but also in other areas of the undergraduate chemistry curriculum, to deaf and hard-of-hearing students enrolled in courses in RIT’s College of Science (COS).

– Develop and teach courses in chemistry to deaf and hard-of-hearing students enrolled in NTID’s Laboratory Science Technology (LST) program.

– Develop and teach general science courses to deaf and hard-of-hearing students enrolled in a non-
science associate-level major within NTID.

– Attend faculty meetings.


  • M.S. in chemistry or chemical engineering
  • Demonstrated experience teaching and/or tutoring university-level chemistry coursework to deaf and hard-of-hearing students
  • Successful completion of university-level coursework related to the education of deaf and hard-of-hearing students
  • Proficiency in American Sign Language and familiarity with Deaf culture

Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 1112BR.

Please submit your curriculum vitae, cover letter addressing the listed qualifications, and upload the following attachments:

  •  A brief teaching philosophy
  •  The names, addresses and phone numbers for three references

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found.


Posted 11 June 2014: Human Resources Director, The College of Saint Rose (NY)

This position is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of all employee records and information associated with the preparation of bi-weekly payroll. Additional responsibilities include the enrollment/termination, invoicing and inquiry response associated with benefits administration as well as responding to and completion of unemployment claims.
 Review employee/job specific documentation (i.e.; personnel requisitions, employee status change forms, contracts, student pay forms) for accuracy and completeness.

  • Enter all appropriate data into Banner screens as required to initiate the payroll process. On an annual basis, review budgeting spreadsheet for accuracy and input salary increase adjustments.
  • Process payroll-related activities associated with garnishments, seasonal adjustments, union dues, and personal employee status changes.
  • Maintain electronic and paper records of employment (e.g.: I-9, emergency information, name and address changes). Track employees that need employment re-verification and follow up for proper I-9 documentation. Ensure all benefit carriers and Banner are updated with employee’s current information.
  • Process employee benefit enrollments/corresponding terminations including adding employee to the roster and initiating corresponding payroll benefit deduction form. Maintain an accurate record of all employees/retirees covered by each plan and report employee status to COBRA administrator.
  • Reconcile invoices for all college benefits plans (health, dental, long term disability, short term disability, life insurance) on a monthly basis; work with insurance companies as needed to make corrections to the bill and monitor for completion. Initiate pay requests through accounts payable and maintain corresponding records.
  • Field questions from employees and general public, as well as independently initiate and follow up on correspondences regarding employment and benefits issues within the scope and responsibility of the position.
  • Confirm all employee’s time off is being accrued properly in both Banner and the self-service portal. Monitor supervisory roles within the Administrator Vacation Record system. Track submission of annual updates to the electronic system regarding employee vacation records. Provide annual summary data to Financial Services for audit purposes.
  • Collect tuition remission forms from employees; verify eligibility, ensure all required documentation is provided and forward to appropriate College departments. Maintain Tuition Remission spreadsheet.
  • Review, research and complete all unemployment claims in an accurate and timely manner. Review all subsequent unemployment benefit charges for accuracy and take steps to request denial of claims to the state office as appropriate. Compile quarterly unemployment charges report.
  • At the discretion of the Assistant Director, serve as secondary support regarding filing/confirming accuracy of FMLA paperwork and disability claim forms and maintaining the electronic employee leave log.
  • At the discretion of the Assistant Director, serve as secondary support regarding filing/confirming accuracy of Worker’s Compensation claim forms and maintaining the electronic Worker’s Compensation log
  • Initiate custom reports from selected employee databases upon request; report employee demographic count to the US Department of Labor on a monthly basis.
  • Assist the Assistant Director with research and analysis related to special projects (e.g.: Open enrollment assistance).
  • Perform general office clerical responsibilities including filing, reception, mail, and telephones in absence of Administrative Secretary or as required


  • Minimum of three years prior office administrative support experience in a high volume customer service environment required;
  • Previous experience in a Human Resources or Payroll Office environment is preferred
  • Associates Degree in Business, Accounting or a related discipline is preferred
  • Experience managing highly confidential documents and information is required.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills, ability to prioritize workload, attention to detail and experience meeting recurring deadlines.
  • Excellent math skills and analytical abilities
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Intermediate level computer skills using a Windows based operating system, specifically Excel, MS Word, Outlook and Internet

Additional Information:

Work Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

Salary: Starting at $14.45, commensurate with experience
Comprehensive health and dental benefits, generous time off, a tuition remission plan to further enhance your knowledge and skills, retirement plans through TIAA-CREF, and wellness programs including the use of our extensive fitness center.

 Application Instructions:

Interested applicants must apply through our website: www.strose.edu/officesandresources/employment_opportunities

Click APPLY NOW to create an Employment Account.  Upload required documents:

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter:  REQUIRED, as this is a demonstration of your writing skills.

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Internal Applicants: Apply online.  Submit the materials listed above with an Internal Application.


Posted 8 June 8 2014: Assistant or Associate Professor – Educational Leadership, Texas State University 
Job Posting #: 2015 – 10
Review Date: November 1, 2014 – open until filled
Appointment Date: Fall 2015

Position Description
This position will involve teaching, research, and service in the Education and
Community Leadership program. Specific responsibilities will include teaching graduate
courses in the Masters in Educational Leadership degree, the Principal and
Superintendent Certification programs, and the School Improvement Ph.D. program.
The successful candidate will teach courses on the main campus in San Marcos and at
either the Alamo University Center in Live Oak near San Antonio or the Round Rock
Campus in Round Rock, TX. The successful candidate is expected to have developed
and maintain an active research agenda and to provide service to the program,
department, university, community, and profession.

Required: The applicant must hold an earned doctorate in educational administration,
educational leadership, or a closely related field. Moreover, the applicant must
demonstrate a record of, or the potential for, research and publication at the national
and/or international levels. To be eligible for hire at the associate professor rank, the
candidate must meet the requirements for that rank as established by the department.
The successful applicant will receive the appropriate rank and title based on university
and department established standards.

Preferred: Experience as an executive level educational leader at the campus and/or
district level (such as principal, assistant/associate superintendent, superintendent);
experience working with diverse student populations and/or communities; demonstrated
cultural competence; an ability to articulate a platform in education and educational
leadership; the ability to teach a variety of courses in educational leadership; the ability
to work collaboratively with other faculty members; and a record of scholarship in the
area of school and community leadership.

Application Procedures
Review of applications will begin on November 1, 2014 and continue until the position is
filled. To apply, send a letter of interest that specifically addresses the qualifications and responsibilities noted in this posting, a completed university application form
curriculum vitae, names and contact information of five references, and no more than
three reprints of recent publications to:

Stephen P. Gordon, Ph.D., Search Committee Chair
Department of Counseling, Leadership, Adult Education & School Psychology
ASB-South 308
Texas State University
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666


Posted 8 June 2014:   Coordinator for Professional Development, KSU College of Education, Midwest Equity Assistance Center, Manhattan KS

Appointment period:  Full-Time – 12 month basis

Salary Range:  $65,000 – $75,000

Work Schedule:     8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Will involve evening and weekend hours as needed and travel to conferences, workshops and other trainings as needed.      

Screening Date:    June 20, 2014  (continue until position is filled)

Start Date:   August 1, 2014

Job Summary:  

Work with school districts to develop strategies and procedures, i.e. technical assistance, professional development and information dissemination.

Job Description/Responsibilities

• Identify districts’ current and projected equity concerns and needs.

• Develop, modify and monitor equity plans.

• Identify sources and provide technical assistance for securing funds for implementing equity.

• Assist advisory committees in defining and implementing goals and objectives.

• Develop networks for sharing goals, objectives, strategies and resources for equity.

• Share current equity trends with district personnel.

• Identify federal, state and other resources which would assist in equity.

• Assist in designing equity content component of MEAC professional development

• Collect equity needs assessment data.

• Cooperatively determine with assigned school districts long range equity goals.

• Develop a year long plan for each assigned district which includes goals, objectives, activities and resources.

• Coordinate district plans (i.e., provide assistance in determining objectives, conducting and securing consultants and evaluating workshops).

• Provide technical assistance in your area(s) of expertise.

• Formulate district profiles.

• Other job responsibilities which may be assigned.

General Staff Responsibilities:

• Assists in the development of Center’s goals and priorities for service delivery in the area of equity planning and implementation.

• Contribute articles, resources or suggestions for the equity newsletter Horizons.

• Recommend materials for the resource library.

• Secure consultants’ vitae for consultant bank.

• Share equity research with staff members.

• Keep accurate up-to-date records on database (i.e., weekly itinerary, monthly activities log, evaluation data, summary reports and district profile).

• Contribute to the development of the equity team and provide assistance to individual staff members (i.e., facilitate staff meetings, suggest readings, assist in planning and evaluating others’ presentations).

• Develop refined presentation skills in area(s) of expertise.

• Develop or compile equity resource materials that reflect identified district needs.

• Other job responsibilities which may be assigned.

Required Qualifications –        
Degree:  Master’s degree in the area of education, behavioral sciences or social sciences required.

Experience: Minimum of three years equity experience and one year of public school experience required.

Other Requirements: Demonstrated knowledge of race, sex and national origin equity issues such as court rulings, compliance, various types of desegregation plans and educational ramifications.

Special Instructions to Applicants:  Send letter of interest, resume’, unofficial transcript (official transcript will be required before hiring), and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references to:

KSU, College of Education
Attn.:  Ronna Olivier
401 Bluemont Hall
Manhattan KS  66506                                                     
Or email:  ronna@ksu.edu

MEAC Website:  http://www.meac.org/

Background check required

Continued employment is contingent upon funding and need for these services


Posted 2 June 2014:  Director of Cultural Competence and Global Diversity, The Hun School of Princeton (NJ)

The Hun School of Princeton seeks a creative and dynamic educational leader to serve as its Director of Cultural Competence and Global Diversity.

Building on the School’s long-standing values, the Director will engage every School constituency to support the success of students of diverse backgrounds and identities, and to equip every Hun students with the skills and understanding necessary to bridge cultural differences.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Strategic leadership and regular reporting to the Headmaster and Board of Trustees.
  • Leading students and adults to spread awareness and skills pervasively throughout school life.
  • Development and oversight of occasional student programs and assemblies, and participation in existing programs (such as student orientation, etc.).
  • Planning systematic and effective faculty professional development.
  • Serving on the Academic Leadership Team and consulting with academic department chairs to integrate appropriate content and skills into the curriculum.
  • Overseeing the leadership of related student groups and activities.
  • As needed, participation in faculty hiring and retention efforts, admissions, and School marketing.
  • Teaching and/or administrative duties as assigned, as determined by skill and experience.

In addition to significant experience in a related role and environment, the successful candidate will possess:

  • A vision compatible with Hun School values;
  • Excellent communication and facilitation skills;
  • A collaborative, trust-based work style;
  • Personal qualities including resilience, approachability, and kindness;
  • Minimum of a BA, with a Master’s degree preferred.

The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational boarding/day school.  Proudly celebrating its 100th year, The Hun School enrolls a diverse student body of 630 in grades 6-PG.  It is defined by its highly engaging college preparatory curriculum; broad extracurricular programs; supportive faculty who know and care for their students; and a happy, kind, respectful spirit.

This position is full-time, ten (10) months per academic year, exempt from overtime, and eligible for all benefits afforded to full-time Hun School employees. The working environment is an office and school environment on a hilly 45-acre campus in Princeton, New Jersey. The abilities to occasionally lift files and storage boxes, walk up and down stairs, attend meetings in varying locations throughout campus, and continually use computers and related office equipment are required. Not all buildings on campus have elevators.

Interested candidates should forward a letter of interest and resume to Jonathan Brougham, Headmaster, at jonbrougham@hunschool.org, or The Hun School of Princeton, 176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton, NJ 08540.  No phone calls, please.


Posted 25 May 2014: Executive Director, Permanent Commission on the Status of Women, Connecticut General Assembly

Agency Mandate

The Connecticut General Assembly’s leading force for women’s equality is seeking candidates for the position of Executive Director of the Permanent Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW). This multi-issue women’s public policy commission was formed in 1973 to study and improve Connecticut women’s economic security, health and safety; to promote consideration of qualified women to leadership positions; and to work toward the elimination of gender discrimination. As a nonpartisan arm of the General Assembly the agency monitors, critiques and recommends changes to legislation to inform public policy, and assesses programs and practices in state agencies for their effect on the state’s women. The PCSW serves as a liaison between government and its diverse constituents, and convenes stakeholders, including the business, non- profit and educational communities, local governments, and the media, in order to promote awareness of women’s issues.

Position Summary

PCSW seeks an Executive Director whose entrepreneurial leadership will build on the organization’s thriving, successful track record of supporting and advocating for women in Connecticut.

The Executive Director has the overall responsibility of ensuring sustainability, stewarding organizational strategy, ensuring effective program delivery and quality, motivating staff, and engaging a diverse group of key stakeholders. The Executive Director will work in close partnership with its Commissioners and state legislators to fulfill the PCSW mandate.

The ideal candidate is a passionate leader, strategist , communicator and advocate with a track record of successfully leading and growing an organization, department, initiative or campaign. Further, s/he is a proven collaborator and team builder, has a track record of developing strong relationships with diverse audiences, and possesses a deep commitment to advancing and promoting women’s health, safety, economic security and eliminating gender discrimination.

The salary range for this unique opportunity is $102,610 – $135,278. The State of Connecticut offers excellent fringe benefits.

Ongoing Responsibilities

The Executive Director of the PCSW will be expected to:

  • Lead the commission in setting overall direction and priorities and developing and implementing commission strategies and goals;
  • Coordinate and collaborate on multiple issues with state and national partnerships and build strong relationships with commissioners, legislators and coalition partners;
  • Maintain strong agency visibility and profile, spotlighting data research expertise and collaborative strategies with both government representatives and community activists on key women’s issues;
  •  Sustain a collaborative workplace culture that reflects the commission’s mission;
  •  Ensure the flow of relevant information and encourage effective collaboration and coordination;
  • Regularly evaluate staff and agency performance; enhance opportunities across the organization for advancement; lead and support staff personal and professional leadership development;
  • Promote awareness of economic, health, safety, gender equity and leadership status of women throughout the lifespan;
  • Reinforce and strengthen longstanding relationships that PCSW maintains with state legislators, staff and other state agencies in order to facilitate sharing of knowledge and strategies for action;
  • Regularly undertake collaborative projects when appropriate;
  • Assess state policies and procedures as they effect women and develop administrative and legislative advocacy strategies to make changes as needed.

Professional Experience

  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of women’s issues in Connecticut;
  • Demonstrated expertise as a relationship builder; proven and successful track record creating effective partnerships and collaborations, with a reputation as a strategic partner;
  • Strong passion for the commission’s mandate and a demonstrated commitment to addressing women’s issues;
  • Proven senior-level managerial and organizational development experience; a successful track record as a leader who inspires collaboration;
  • Proven ability as an active listener with strong analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills;
  • Ability to oversee the development, coordination and distribution of publications aimed at providing guidance for policy makers ;
  •  Demonstrated public speaking skills with ability to cover a broad range of issues including data research development, public policy, civic engagement and leadership;
  • Knowledge of research trends and methods;
  • Ability to synthesize complex issues into understandable policy initiatives;
  • Knowledge of state government, departments and agencies and an understanding of the legislative process;
  • Proven administrative and supervisory experience leading an office of diverse professionals;
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills with proven experience leading strategies in both traditional and new media.
  • Advanced degree and eight years professional employment and demonstrated management capacity in public administration, human services, government affairs or a related field.

To apply for the position, please submit a substantive cover letter and resume to be received by June 11, 2014 to: PCSW Executive Director Search Committee, Office of Legislative Management, Room 5100, Legislative Office Building, Hartford, CT 06106 or at CGAEMPLOYMENT@CGA.CT.GOV


Posted 22 May 2014:  Residence Director/Inbound and First Year Programs, Juniata College (PA)

This Residence Director (RD) position requires the ability to provide consistent stewardship in a residence hall setting and ensures the safety and welfare of the residents. The RD will be responsible for managing one or more residential areas, each housing approximately 100-200 students. RD duties include supervising undergraduate Resident Assistants, coordinating opening and closing procedures for the residence halls, maintaining contact with custodians and maintenance personnel, and assuming on-duty rotations with other RDs.

This position also includes significant ancillary duties and responsibilities with the Inbound and First Year Programs. Inbound is an innovative program providing new students with a strong social/transitional experience to launch them into a successful college life (www.juniata.edu/inbound).The primary responsibility includes coordinating, planning, and developing the Inbound program. Additional responsibilities include assisting with First-year Program initiatives including Orientation, College Writing Seminar Lab, and research and assessment. Recruitment, training, and supervision of student interns and volunteers is also required.

This position requires close communication and cooperation with various campus offices including Residential Life, Facilities Services, the Center for International Education, Dean of Students Office, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. This is a live-in position with some evening and weekend hours required. The position reports jointly to the Director of Residential Life and the Assistant Dean of Students.

Bachelor’s degree required. Previous experience in Residential Life and/or Student Affairs (orientation, student activities, multi-cultural affairs, etc.) strongly preferred. $15,000 base salary plus apartment and meal plan. Additional salary for two-month summer session.

It is the policy of Juniata College to conduct background checks. Juniata College takes positive steps to enhance diversity in both its community and its curriculum. The College commits to this policy not because of legal obligations but because it fully believes that such practices are basic to human dignity.


Posted 18 May 2014: District Partnership Director, Equal Opportunity Schools 

Seeking an experienced, high-performing, equity-minded leader committed to achieving the largest improvements in student outcomes through innovative collaborations with an exceptional team and our school & district leader partners.

Equal Opportunity Schools:  EOSchools.org

The Equal Opportunity Schools organization (EOS) is a growth-stage, education-reform not-for-profit that changes lives and narrows the achievement gap by collaborating with superintendents and principals to address an inequity in our schools: under-enrollment in the best academic programs – especially of students who are Latino, African-American, or low-income.  EOS identifies these “missing students” – who we have shown can succeed at the highest academic levels within their schools – and works to transition them into college-aligned classes.  Because our mission is to find all two-thirds of a million “missing students” within the decade, EOS seeks to hire candidates who have the skills to succeed on a rapidly growing, continuously improving, high-impact, mission-driven team. 

Job Opportunity

The Partnership Director will join a program team of seventeen high-caliber individuals and will manage a portfolio of about 8-10 high schools, with the responsibility for helping their schools find about 1,000 missing students by fall 2015.  The Partnership Director will represent Equal Opportunity Schools, interfacing directly with district leadership, school principals, and staff to provide coaching and consulting services.


The Partnership Director will be responsible for delivering the following services to his or her schools:

  • Detailed data analysis & presentations in collaboration with the EOS analytics team
  • Policy & program recommendations
  • Leadership coaching

Additionally, the Partnership Director will work with the EOS team to further develop, test, and streamline our support to partnership schools in preparation for expansion of our services to nearly 150 new high schools next year. Lastly, staff members on the team will be engaged in the elaboration of internal and external strategy, and are likely candidates for ongoing leadership positions within our fast-growing organization.


  • Bachelor’s degree plus significant background in consulting or schools/districts, preferably both
  • Experience in relationship management
  • Understanding of the public school system
  • Substantial leadership experience and preferably leadership coaching experience
  • Interested applicants should submit a CV and a cover letter describing the importance of the issue of missing students to the applicant and how they can assist in achieving our mission
  • Applicants submitting by May 30th will be given preference

Contact: Jobs@EOSchools.org


Posted 13 May 2014:  Instructional Faculty, Interactive Games and Media, Golisano College of Computing & Info Science, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Faculty Rank                   Lecturer

Faculty Type                    Non-Tenure-Track Lecturer

Employment Category               Fulltime.  This is a one-year lecturer position

PC# 10090          Requisition Number   1051BR

Anticipated Start Date              13-Aug-2014

Job Description
The Lecturer will contribute to the academic mission of the School of Interactive Games and Media (IGM) and will be responsible for course preparations, formal classroom and lab teaching, new lecture and lab course development in the areas of game graphic programming and development or data structures and algorithms or game development programming or 2D/3D development or interactive media/experiences.  The Lecturer will also be responsible for student mentoring and contributing to the advancement of the School through service assignments.  The Lecturer will engage in professional growth through activities such as further study, lecturing, and active participation in professional societies.
We are seeking an individual who has the ability and interest in contributing to RIT’s core valueshonor code, and diversity commitment.

The College: The B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences is RIT’s largest college, which has an enrollment of over 3200 students. The college is housed in a modern facility equipped with numerous teaching and research laboratories. The college houses the departments of Computer Science, Computing Security, Information Sciences and Technologies, Software Engineering, the School of Interactive Games and Media, as well as a college-wide Ph.D. program, providing many opportunities for cooperation and research collaboration within and beyond the college.

The Department: The School of Interactive Games and Media is part of RIT’s largest college, the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, which has an enrollment of over 3200 students.  The college is housed in a modern facility equipped with numerous teaching and research laboratories. The other units include the college-wide PhD program and the departments of Computer Science, Computing Security, Information Sciences and Technologies, and Software Engineering. There are many opportunities for collaboration among the college’s units.

Required Minimum Qualifications  

  • Master’s degree in a related discipline.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Teaching experience.
  • A strong commitment to undergraduate education.
  • Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.

Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty. Please submit your cover letter addressing the listed qualifications; a CV; and a “contribution to diversity statement.”  Please have three references send their letters of recommendation directly to Jill Bray at jcbics@rit.edu

You may contact the search committee with questions on the position at: Professor Gordon Goodman at gigdfp@ad.rit.edu or Professor Elizabeth Lawley at ellics@rit.edu

Review of applications will begin May 12, 2014 and will continue until acceptable candidates have been identified.  Candidates are encouraged to apply by that date.

Posted 13 May 2014:  Equity & Affirmative Action Investigator, Portland Community College (OR)

Job Summary
Under the direction of the Director, Office of Equity and Inclusion, and with considerable discretion, investigates claims of discrimination and/or harassment lodged by students, employees, faculty and others associated with the college.
1. Conducts investigations of Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Americans with Disabilities Act related complaints to determine whether federal, state or local rules, policies or regulations were violated.
2. Interviews complainants, respondents, witnesses, and other individuals, including conducting site visits; reviews records of past practices.
3. Corresponds with deans and managers, and/or appropriate personnel to obtain needed information; analyzes information and data obtained from investigations to determine validity.
4. Mediates and utilizes alternative resolution and problem solving processes to resolve internal organizational complaints and claims; prepares and submits fact-finding reports and makes recommendations on appropriate resolution of claims.
5. Assists and provides guidance to employees in completing complaint forms; explains complaint investigation processes and procedures.
6. Maintain files and databases of inquiries and investigations and reports activity as requested by Director; records, reviews and catalogs all documents related to a complaint.
7. Works closely with Title IX coordinators to identify and support policy improvement and recommends programs, strategies and other collaborative activities to prevent discrimination and harassment from occurring at the College.
8. Works with the Director in identifying training needs for supervisors, managers, and employees on EEO, ADA, and harassment related issues.
9. Provides guidance and training on appropriate methods and strategies for mediation and conflict resolution to supervisors, managers, and employees on EEO, ADA, and harassment related issues.
10. Performs other related duties as assigned
Minimum Qualifications
- The education and/or work history sections of your online application form must demonstrate that you meet all of the following Minimum Qualifications. The information on the resume/cover letter will not substitute for the completed application.
- Satisfactory references and successful completion of the criminal background check are required to meet the minimum qualifications for hire into this position.
- Bachelor’s degree in social science, business, human resources, or related field (relevant experience may substitute for the degree requirement on a year-for-year basis).
- 2 or more years of experience in the investigation of EEO, ADA, affirmative action or employment related complaints, and mediating conflict.
- Experience working in a unionized environment and with a diverse population of students and staff is preferred.
Knowledge of:
- Affirmative action, equal employment opportunity, the Americans with Disabilities Act, other applicable civil rights and employment laws, regulations and court decisions
- Equal employment and affirmative action investigations, including interview methods and techniques
- Principles and practices of employee labor relations, including negotiation and contract administration practices
- Research methods and data analysis techniques
Demonstrated Skill in:
- Organization, synthesis and analysis of varied and complex information and problems
- Effective oral and written communication of policies, procedures, and legal concepts
- Negotiation, problem-solving, analytical and conflict resolution
- Working with diverse academic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and staff
- Utilizing computer technology used for communication, data gathering and reporting
Demonstrated Ability to:
- Conduct, plan, organize and lead investigations, facilitations, and preparation of reports and recommendations
- Listen, identify, elicit and distill essential information needed to assess and resolve problems and issues
- Work collaboratively with others and foster effective working relationships
- Maintain confidences and exercise sound judgment and discretion
- Tolerate a high degree of ambiguity
- Design, implement and utilize data gathering and reporting procedures
- Work with hostile and emotional individuals in a compassionate, professional and courteous manner and to diffuse and manage situations involving intense conflict
- Maintain confidentiality and professional relationships in dealing with sensitive, complex civil rights, legal and human resource issues and situations
Work is generally performed in an office environment, with frequent interruptions and irregularities in the work schedule. Frequent reaching, sitting, walking, and standing may be required. No special coordination beyond that used for normal mobility and handling of everyday objects and materials is needed to perform the job. Incumbents are required to work and maintain offices at more than one location. Frequent travel within the college district is required. Occasional early morning, evening and/or weekend work may be required.
- Experience with Title IX compliance and investigations.
- Experience working in a unionized environment and with a diverse population of students and staff.
Position Status: Confidential; Level H; Full-time; Exempt
Hours of Work: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday
Location: Downtown Center:   Address, 722 SW 2nd Ave.
Requisition Number:  08139
How to Apply:
For complete job description and application instructions, visit: http://apptrkr.com/471493


Posted 13 May 2014: Instructional/Support Faculty, Rochester Institute of Technology, National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Faculty Rank:  Lecturer

Faculty Type: Non-Tenure-Track Lecturer

Department:   American Sign Language & Interpreting Education

PC# 9515        Requisition# 1032BR

Anticipated Start Date:  August 13, 2014


The new Interpreting lecturer faculty member will:

  • Teach interpreting courses to students in the ASL-English Interpretation program
  • Develop and revise ongoing curriculum
  • Participate in professional development activities
  • Participate in communication development activities
  • Serve on department, college, and university committees

We are seeking an individual who has the ability and interest in contributing to a community committed to student-centeredness; professional development and scholarship; integrity and ethics; respect, diversity and pluralism; innovation and flexibility; and teamwork and collaboration. Select to view links to RIT’s core values,honor code, and diversity commitment.

The hiring of a successful candidate is contingent on the availability of budgetary resources.

NTID, one of the eight colleges of RIT, is the world’s largest technological college serving deaf and hard of hearing students. Created by Congress and funded by the U.S. Department of Education, it represents the world’s first effort to educate large numbers of deaf students within a college campus planned primarily for hearing students. Together with 15,000 full and part-time hearing students, over 1,300 college-age deaf students from all 50 states and abroad study and reside on the campus of the Rochester Institute of Technology. NTID is committed to creating a climate that fosters the success of every student and employee by appreciating the unique contributions that each person makes to the educational process based on their ethnic, cultural, linguistic and gender-related knowledge and experiences. For more information about NTID at RIT visithttp://www.ntid.rit.edu.


  • MA/MS in a discipline related to the field of Interpreting instruction or a relevant field (for example, Sign language Interpretation/Translation, Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Cross-Cultural Communication, Communication, Curriculum and Instruction, Language Instruction, Adult Education, and Deaf Education)
  • Fluent command of American Sign Language
  • Teaching experience in the field of interpreting at the postsecondary level
  • Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) Certification in Interpreting
  • Legal eligibility to work in the United States at time of hire
  • •••  Candidates who are in the final stages of preparing and defending a dissertation will be considered.


Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 1032BR. Please submit: your application, curriculum vitae, and cover letter addressing the listed qualifications. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found.

You can contact the search committee with questions on the position at: Dr. Deirdre Schlehofer careers@rit.edu.


Posted 10 May 2014: School Leader, Oyster-Adams Bilingual School, Washington D.C.

Organization: PreK-8 school
Position: School Leader
Location: Washington, D. C. Public Schools

Would you like to join a thriving urban school district in our nation’s capital that is committed to the work of school transformation, education reform and moving student achievement? Do you believe that all students regardless of race, ethnicity or socio-economic backgrounds can achieve at the highest levels?

Oyster-Adams Bilingual School is currently seeking a passionate, results focused and energetic school leader for the 2014-2015 school year.  The candidate must be a strong instructional leader, have a deep understanding of second language acquisition theory, have significant experience working with a linguistically and culturally diverse community, be committed to engaging with all members of the school community and be able to exceed the expectations of leading an already high performing school to ensure that all students at all levels can reach their highest potential. Ideal candidates will be bilingual in English and Spanish.

Oyster-Adams Bilingual School is nationally renowned and offers a dual-language immersion program.  The school supports a diverse student body in grades Pre-K through 8 from all across DC. Oyster-Adams creates an academically rigorous environment that fosters personal achievement and global awareness.


Posted 9 May 2014:  Instructional Faculty, Assistant Professor in Color Science, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Faculty Type:          Tenure Track
Department:           Color Science
Requisition# 1045BR
Anticipated Start Date:  August 13, 2014

RIT’s Program of Color Science is expanding and is seeking a tenure-track assistant professor to complement its existing faculty starting in August 2014. Applicants are invited who have an interest in pursuing an academic career in the multi-disciplinary field of color science from the perspective of one of the fundamental disciplines of science upon which the program is built — physics, chemistry, life sciences, mathematics, and psychology. The successful candidate will spend the majority of their time working within the Program of Color Science, but will also be expected to work with, and teach within, one of the Schools of the College of Science housing the fundamental disciplines. The full program faculty will represent expertise across all the traditional disciplines.

As written in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, “Color science is a flourishing field of science, with a long history that goes back to Newton, and includes such famous figures as Young, Maxwell, Helmholtz, and Hering. While there has been widespread doubt about the existence of color as a physical reality, this has not stopped the growth of an enormous amount of research into color: into the mechanisms underlying color vision, into ways of specifying the ways colors appear, and into constructing systems to order colors. While much of this research has been directed at human color vision, there has been a growing amount addressing animal color vision. In other words, no one doubts that there is such a thing as color vision.” The newly hired faculty, together with existing faculty, will help define the future of the Program of Color Science at RIT as a model multi-disciplinary effort and define the field of color science for the next several decades.

We are seeking for individuals who have the ability and interest to contribute to a community committed to student-centeredness; professional development and scholarship; integrity and ethics; respect, diversity, and pluralism; innovation and flexibility; and teamwork and collaboration. Select to view links to RIT’s core values,honor code, and diversity commitment.


  • An earned doctorate in a scientific field related to color science.
  • Research and/or teaching experience in color science within candidate’s discipline of science.
  • Desire to teach graduate students in color science and undergraduate students in a traditional scientific discipline.
  • Interest and ability to participate in a multi-disciplinary graduate program in color science.
  • Interest and ability to mentor graduate students (M.S. and Ph.D.) in color science.
  • Interest and ability to direct an extramurally-funded research program.
  • Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.

Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 1045BR.

Please submit: your curriculum vitae, cover letter addressing the listed qualifications and the following attachments:
-A brief teaching philosophy
-The names, addresses and phone numbers for three references

You can contact the search committee with questions on the position at:
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found.


Posted 9 May 2014: Instructional Faculty, College of Liberal Arts , Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Organization: Philosophy
Faculty Type: Visiting Non Tenure Track,  Assistant Professor
Employment Category: Fulltime
Requisition Number: 1022BR PC# 2513
Anticipated Start Date: 13-Aug-2014

Department/College Description
The College of Liberal Arts is one of nine colleges within Rochester Institute of Technology. The College
has over 150 faculty members in 13 departments in the social sciences, humanities, and the arts. The
College currently offers 12 under-graduate degree programs and 5 Master’s degree programs serving
over 800 students. The Department of Philosophy at the Rochester Institute of Technology offers a large
variety of undergraduate philosophy courses plus graduate courses in Philosophy of Art/Aesthetics,
Philosophy of Mind, and the Philosophy of Vision and Imaging. Beyond our introductory level courses,
students may take philosophy as General Education electives or as part of a 3-course immersion, a
Minor in Philosophy, or a Major in Philosophy.

Detailed Job Description
The Department of Philosophy at Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for a one-year
position at the rank of visiting assistant professor, to begin August 2014. The department is seeking
individuals with specialization in Nineteenth-Century Philosophy or Contemporary European and
Continental Philosophy and competence in Comparative/Cross-Cultural Philosophy or Philosophy of
Race. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in philosophy, a proven record of successful teaching, and the ability
to teach the department’s required course in the history of modern philosophy. The teaching load for
this position is three courses per semester.

We are seeking an individual who has the ability and interest in contributing to a community committed
to Student Centeredness; Professional Development and Scholarship; Integrity and Ethics; Respect,
Diversity and Pluralism; Innovation and Flexibility; and Teamwork and Collaboration. Select to view links
to RIT’s core values, honor code, and diversity commitment.

Required Minimum Qualifications
? Ph.D. in Philosophy
? Specialization in Nineteenth-Century Philosophy or Contemporary European and Continental
2 of 2
? Area of Competence in Comparative/Cross-Cultural Philosophy or Philosophy of Race
? The ability to teach History of Modern Philosophy
? A proven record of successful teaching
? Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural
diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.

How to Apply
To apply to this position, go to http://careers.rit.edu/faculty. Search openings, then Keyword Search
1022BR. Please submit: your curriculum vitae, cover letter addressing the listed qualifications and
upload the following attachments:
? Contribution to diversity’ statement
? Sample teaching evaluations
? Sample syllabi including one for a course in Modern Philosophy (maximum 5MG)
? Three letters of recommendation

Please direct all questions about this position to Dr. Jesús Aguilar, Search Committee Chair, Department
of Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts, Rochester Institute of Technology at careers@rit.edu


Posted 9 May 2014: Instructional Faculty,  Golisano College of Computing & Info Sciences, Kate Gleason School of Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Organization                       GCCIS – Computer Science

Faculty Type                       Non-Tenure-Track Lecturer

Faculty Discipline              Computer Science

Faculty Rank                       Lecturer

Employment Category     Full time

Requisition Number          1034BR

Anticipated Start Date      13-Aug-2014

Department/College Description

The College: The B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences is RIT’s largest college, which has an enrollment of over 3200 students. The college is housed in a modern facility equipped with numerous teaching and research laboratories. The college houses the departments of Computer Science, Computing Security, Information Sciences and Technologies, Software Engineering, the School of Interactive Games and Media, as well as a college-wide Ph.D. program, providing many opportunities for cooperation and research collaboration within and beyond the college.

The Department: The Department of Computer Science is part of RIT’s largest college, the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, which has an enrollment of over 3000 students.  The college is housed in a modern facility equipped with numerous teaching and research laboratories. The other units include the college-wide interdisciplinary Ph.D. program, Computing Security, Information Sciences and Technologies, Interactive Games and Media, and Software Engineering.

Detailed Job Description: The Lecturer will contribute to the academic mission of the Computer Science Department and will be responsible for course preparations, formal classroom and lab teaching, new lecture and lab course development in the areas of Computer Science. In particular, we are looking for Lecturers who can teach introductory computer science, programming, intelligent systems, data management, big data analytics and distributed systems.  The Lecturer will also be responsible for student mentoring and contributing to the advancement of the Department.  The Lecturer will engage in professional growth through activities such as further study, writing, lecturing, and active participation in professional societies.

We are seeking an individual who has the ability and interest in contributing to RIT’s core valueshonor code, and diversity commitment.

Required Minimum Qualifications              

  • MS in Computer Science or related discipline.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Experience or aspiration to teach computer science topics.
  • A strong commitment to undergraduate computer science education.
  • Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.

Required Minimum Education Level Masters-Other

Required Application Documents 

  • Cover Letter
  • Curriculum Vitae or Resume
  • Statement of Diversity Contribution
  • Letters of Recommendation

How to Apply
Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty  Go to Search Openings, then:Keyword Search: 1034BR.

Please submit your application, cover letter addressing the listed qualifications; a vita; and upload the following attachments:

You may contact the search committee with questions on the position at: careers@rit.edu.

Review of applications will begin May 31, 2014 and will continue until a suitable candidate is identified.

This is a temporary position through May 29, 2015 with the potential to be renewed.

Additional Details
RIT provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities, veterans or wounded warriors where appropriate. If you need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please contact the Human Resources office at 585-475-2424 or email your request to Careers@rit.edu. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.


Posted 7 May 2014: Department Head, College of Health Sciences and Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Organization           CHST Nutrition Management
Faculty Type Tenured
Faculty Rank           Professor
Employment Category  Full time
Requisition Number        1024BR   /        PC#10082
Anticipated Start Date 13-Aug-2014

Detailed Job Description
The College of Health Sciences & Technology at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) seeks applications for the position of Director of the Wegmans School for Health and Nutrition—a senior, tenured faculty position–to lead the newly-endowed Wegmans School of Health and Nutrition. The successful candidate is expected to have a track record of externally-funded scholarship in some aspect of community/public health related to issues of nutrition, wellness, or exercise science, and to also have an outstanding record as a teacher within his/her discipline.

The candidate will have the privilege of leading the academic, research, and outreach activities of the new school using the resources available through the named gift, while also working with campus and community partners to secure additional support.  The candidate will initially have the resources to create a post-doctoral position and recruit additional faculty.  As Director of the School, the candidate will report directly to the Dean of the College.

The Wegmans School has an existing, accredited bachelor’s degree program in Nutrition Management and a minor in Exercise Science. The College also offers undergraduate programs in Biomedical Sciences, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Physician Assistant (BS/MS), and MS programs in Health Systems Administration and Medical Illustration. The college has 19 faculty members and 12 professional support staff. The new Director will oversee the development of an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science, as well as a new MS degree program in Health and Wellness. There is also a plan to develop a Ph.D. program in Applied Nutrition and related fields in the future.

This position offers opportunity for substantial professional growth by the successful candidate who is willing to assume the leadership role of the new School.      

We are seeking an individual who has the ability and interest in contributing to a community committed to Student Centeredness; Professional Development and Scholarship; Integrity and Ethics; Respect, Diversity and Pluralism; Innovation and Flexibility; and Teamwork and Collaboration. Select to view links to RIT’s  core valueshonor code, and diversity commitment.

Required Minimum Qualifications
Applicants must have an earned doctorate in a discipline related to nutrition, exercise science or community/public health and wellness. Having the credential of a Registered Dietitian (RD) is desirable but not required.

Required Minimum Education Level  Phd

Required Application Documents

  • Cover Letter
  • Curriculum Vitae or Resume
  • List of References
  • Research Statement
  • Statement of Teaching Philosophy
  • Statement of Diversity Contribution

How to Apply
Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty  Search Openings: Keyword Search: 1024BR.
Please submit: your curriculum vitae, cover letter addressing the listed qualifications and the following attachments:

Application Deadline
Review of applications will begin June 15, 2014and will continue until an acceptable candidate is found.

Additional Details
RIT provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities, veterans or wounded warriors where appropriate. If you need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please contact the Human Resources office at 585-475-2424 or email your request to Careers@rit.edu. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.


Posted 7 May 2014:  Instructional Faculty, Assistant Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Faculty Type: Tenure Track
Department: Service Systems
PC# 3564  /  Requisition# 1029BR
Anticipated Start Date: August 1, 2014

The RIT College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) Department of Service Systems is currently seeking applications from exceptional candidates for a tenure track position to teach in the Human Resource Development graduate program via traditional classroom and distance learning formats.  The candidate chosen for this position will teach primarily graduate classes and secondarily undergraduate classes for all programs and service courses offered within the department.  Workload assignments will include teaching, supervision/mentorship of graduate student scholarship, faculty scholarship consistent with a focused research agenda, and service as appropriate for the position.

We are seeking an individual who has the ability and interest in contributing to a community committed to student-centeredness; professional development and scholarship; integrity and ethics; respect, diversity and pluralism; innovation and flexibility; and teamwork and collaboration. Select to view links to RIT’s core values,honor code, and diversity commitment.

Earned doctorate in Human Resource Development, Training and Development, Education with an HRD emphasis, or a closely related field

  • Three years relevant human resources experience
  • Demonstrated potential for high quality teaching
  • Willingness to travel and teach internationally
  • A record of dissemination of scholarly work pertaining to human resource development
  • Ability to market the program within industry and to potential students
  • Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences

Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 1029BR.

Please submit: your curriculum vitae, cover letter addressing the listed qualifications and the following attachments:
-Research statement
-The names, addresses and phone numbers for three references
-Statement of Diversity Contribution

You can contact the search committee with questions on the position at: careers@rit.edu
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found.


Posted 6 May 2014: Future Faculty Career Exploration Program, Rochester Institute of Technology

The Rochester Institute of Technology’s Future Faculty Career Exploration Program (FFCEP) is now accepting applications for the class of 2014.   FFCEP is an innovative diversity program designed to fuel the future pipeline of faculty to RIT. The application deadline is June 1, 2014.

Detailed information and application can be found at: http://goo.gl/fRRlqr

Program Description: 
The annual FFCEP is an all-expense-paid opportunity for minority scholars nearing the end of their doctoral studies, MFA studies, and postdoctoral assignments, as well as interested junior level faculty, to come to Rochester and experience life as a RIT faculty member. Faculty members and deans engage prospects in discussions about their academic work and career interests. Participants learn about the campus culture from current students and faculty, and meet with administration to understand the core values of the institution.

Individuals who meet the following criteria are eligible to apply for consideration:
* Can contribute in meaningful ways to the university’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences. We are primarily interested in applicants of African American, Latin American, American Indian, or Alaskan Native descent, and others who are underrepresented and underserved in teaching professions at RIT.
* Within one year of receiving or already received a Ph.D. or MFA degree, postdoctoral assignment or junior level faculty.
* Desire an academic teaching career at an exceptional institution.
* Degree in disciplines offered at RIT. For a complete list of programs offered, visit http://www.rit.edu/programs.
* Demonstrate potential to fill a current or anticipated vacancy.
* Able to travel to Rochester for the duration of the program: September 18-21, 2014

Application Deadline is June 1, 2014.

Apply at http://goo.gl/SpIwGC

To be considered for the program, please fill out an online application at http://goo.gl/SpIwGCor send an email to facultyr@rit.edu  and attach a copy of your CV along with a cover letter including a contribution to diversity statement to the RIT Office of Faculty Recruitment and Retention. Optional documents that can be sent include: Teaching Philosophy and Work Samples.

Questions? Email facultyr@rit.edu or call 585-475-5775


Posted 5 May 2014: Director of the Career Center, College of Saint Rose (NY)

Job Description:

Reporting to the Director of the Career Center, this position contributes to the development and coordination of comprehensive Career Center services via career counseling and job/internship/graduate school advising, employer relations and job/internship development initiatives, outreach and marketing, database management, program/event planning and implementation.


  • Counsel and advise undergraduate and graduate students and alumni on career-related issues through walk-ins, appointments, and classroom/group presentations
  • Assist with programming and events related to job/internship/graduate school search and recruitment activities
  • Develop and implement a comprehensive employer outreach plan; strengthening existing relationships with employers, developing new employer relationships and increasing the number of job and internship opportunities available to students and alumni
  • Serve as primary contact and liaison for employers; educating them about the institution, our students/alumni, and the services and resources available to them
  • Manage administrative aspects of on-line career management system including but not limited to the maintenance and enhancements of employer, contact, job/internship and recruiting/event modules
  • Oversee the logistics of job/internship postings, on-campus recruiting program (information tables/sessions, resume collections, on-campus interviews, career/job fairs (ie Education Expo) and other employer-related events
  • Coordinate internship development, outreach, marketing and programming/events; and increase campus coordination of internships
  • Collaborate with the Office of Global and Field Studies to advise international students about employment opportunities (on- and off-campus), internships, OPT/CPT and serve on the International Student Committee
  • Develop and implement outreach/marketing efforts to students/alumni, utilizing paper and electronic means (e.g. webpage, social media, flyers, e-mails, campus newspaper, bulletin boards, Blackboard)
  • Assist with Post- and Pre-Graduation Outcome Survey/Reports
  • Serve as the office media contact person for on- and off-campus television, newspaper and radio inquiries
  • Train and supervise Graduate Assistants and Student Assistants
  • Represent the Career Center at on- and off- campus meetings and events; some travel required.


  • Master’s degree in student affairs, higher education, career development, human resources or related field
  • Experience in higher education career services working with a variety of constituents including undergraduate and graduates students, alumni, faculty, administrators, and employers
  • Possess a dynamic and professional demeanor, strong work ethic, time management skills and ability to work collaboratively; exhibit high energy, flexibility, enthusiasm, initiative, and attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability and experience counseling and advising students and alumni on topics including career planning, resume, cover letter, interviewing, networking, job/internship search and graduate school etc.
  • Exceptional communication skills with proficiency in designing and delivering presentations, planning and executing programs/events, outreach and marketing, network and relationship building
  • Intermediate level computer skills using a Windows based operating system, specifically MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Internet and comfortable working with databases and online career-related resources including social media; willingness to learn new programs and applications
  • Experience with NACElink Career Services Manager, or similar career management system, highly desirable
  • Experience advising international students on employment and internships, highly desirable
  • Willing and able to attend and/or conduct presentations in the evening hours and some weekends

Additional Information:

Compensation includes a  competitive salary, commensurate with experience,  plus participation in our comprehensive health and dental benefits, generous time off, a tuition remission plan to further enhance your knowledge and skills, retirement plans through TIAA-CREF, and wellness programs including the use of our extensive fitness center.

The College of Saint Rose is a dynamic, comprehensive college of nearly 5,000 students. Located in the city of Albany, the heart of New York State’s Capital District, the College is a private, independent, coeducational institution, sponsored by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet. Through a strong liberal education curriculum and progressive academic programs, Saint Rose serves traditional students and working professionals in undergraduate, graduate degree and certificate programs.

Application Instructions:

Create a College of Saint Rose Employment Account by clicking on the APPLY NOW tab below. Upload the following documents, which are required for consideration:

  • Cover Letter (REQUIRED) as this is a demonstration of your writing skills.    Include salary history.
  • Resume
  • Contact information for 3 references

Interested applicants must apply through our website: www.strose.edu/officesandresources/employment_opportunities

Already have a College of Saint Rose Employment Account? Login to add documents or update your account.


Posted 30 April 2014: Assistant/Associate Professor of Education, Stephen F. Austin University (TX)

The Perkins College of Education at Stephen F. Austin State University invites applications for an
Assistant/Associate Professor beginning in 2014-2015. Review of applications will begin Summer 2014 and will
continue until filled.

The online application may be found on the SFA Careers website

Stephen F. Austin State University is a comprehensive, regional university located in Nacogdoches, Texas.
Enrolling approximately 13,000 students, SFA offers 83 undergraduate majors and 120 areas of study within six
academic colleges—business, education, fine arts, forestry and agriculture, sciences and mathematics, and liberal
and applied arts. The university offers degree programs both online and face-to-face on its beautifully wooded
campus nestled in the heart of Texas forest country.

Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, SFA has been ranked a Tier 1 Regional
University by U.S. News and World Report, providing the academic breadth of a state university with the
personalized attention of a private school. Smaller classes, combined with hands-on study, internships, and
research opportunities, provide students valuable experience that translates to their chosen career paths. The
College of Education is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, and the
Elementary Education Department is guided by the mission, “… to prepare undergraduate and graduate
candidates to meet the teaching demands of a culturally diverse society in the twenty-first century.”

Specific Job Requirements:
– Ability to teach face-to-face and online classes, use instructional technology,
work with diverse learners, communicate effectively, and demonstrate effective curriculum, instructional, and
assessment practices are job requirements.
– A doctorate degree is required with at least 18 graduate credit hours in elementary education, reading, early childhood, or curriculum and instruction.
– Two degrees in early childhood education, elementary education, reading, curriculum and instruction, or related field are required,
and emphasis in mathematics, social studies, reading, or early childhood are preferred.
– Three years of teaching experience in EC-8th grade in accredited schools, and experience with online courses are required. Previous college teaching is preferred.

This is a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track faculty position responsible for contributing significantly to Stephen F. Austin State University’s undergraduate and/or graduate programs through teaching, scholarship/research accomplishments, and service.

Stephen F. Austin State University Elementary Education Department
PO Box 13017
Nacogdoches, TX 75962

Phone: 936.468.2904
Web:   http://www.sfasu.edu/elementaryed



Posted 25 April 2014: Partial Scholarships, Teaching Assistant Volunteering (TAV), Public School in Argentina – Working with underprivileged children

InterCambio Cultural Educational Foundation is pleased to offer 5 Teaching Assistant Volunteering (TAV) scholarships to students.  These scholarships recognize academic excellence and assist deserving individuals who need financial help to continue their professional experiences abroad.

We are able to offer 5 scholarships for students.  Since it is a partial scholarship the cost that the volunteer would have to make a contribution of  € 90 / USD 125 a week.  This amount will cover:  Dedicated program coordinator, Airport Pick-up,Accommodation: In a furnished single room of a house or flat. Living with local students, adult, host families or young working people, a local cellular phone number while in the Argentina  (Argentina SIM card, credits and Cellular Phone), a local bus card provided with 4 bus rides,  clases of Cross-cultural studies: Argentina in America, Economics, government, healthcare, education, legal system, geography, Human Rights, native, history, Desaparecidos., poverty, Interpersonal relations, social etiquette, values, ethics, customs and national characters. Typical food/ drinks, tourism and music, Weekly Progress Meeting, Project placement in Public School, orientation upon arrival to include: Basic orientation packet from host organization, information regarding expectations, rules and guidelines for volunteer projects, staff will accompany the participant to host organization on first day, plus periodic visits to ensure adequate progress, Emergency support and assistance 24/7, entire program is supervised at ICC headquarters

Program Overview
The Teaching Assistant Volunteering in Córdoba, Argentina is a joint initiative of the Ministry of Education, Government of the Province of Cordoba and Onix Foundation (ICC). The program’s goal are to develop and demonstrate intercultural communication competency through practical experience, comparative analysis of interpersonal communication patterns in two cultures, to encourage mutual understanding as well as international, educational/cultural exchange and Identify current educational issues, learn about similarities and differences in education among countries.

Program Description in Public Schools
The Teaching Assistant Volunteering provides participants an opportunity to experience Pre-elementary/elementary and secondary schools in an international setting at an introductory level and/or to compare and contrast educational systems in their home country. In their role as observers and assistants to a mentor teacher, participants gain an enriched perspective on teaching and schools. This practicum is appropriate for pre-service teachers at any stage of their teacher preparation program.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout this year. Please apply at least 6 weeks prior to your desired start date.

The requirements for this program are:

  • Volunteers should be between ages 18-30.
  • Internships minimum length of 4 weeks
  • Curriculum Vitae in Spanish language
  • Intermediate Spanish level – B1

Program details
Our part as organizing Foundation is to include our regular service for the program but in this particular case we will offer different cultural talks or classes.

  • Dedicated program coordinator to prepare the program prior to arrival
  • Airport meet and greet service – (Pick-up)
  • Accommodation: In a furnished single room of a house or flat. Living with local students, young working people or a host family. (no meals)
  • A local cellular phone while in the Argentina  (Argentina SIM card and Cellular Phone)
  • A local bus card with 4 bus rides.
  • Cross-cultural studies:
  • Argentina in America:  Economics, government, healthcare, education, the family and geography, Human Rights, native, history, “desaparecidos”, legal system, poverty.
  • Beliefs, culture, Interpersonal relations, social etiquette, values, ethics, customs and national characters. Food, drink, tourism and music.
  • Project placement
  • Individual orientation upon arrival to include:

–Basic orientation packet

–Information regarding expectations, rules and guidelines for projects

Staff will accompany the intern to host organization on first day, plus periodic visits to ensure adequate progress

  • Emergency support and assistance 24/7
  • Exchange program participation certificate from ICC
  • ICC answers all e-mails within 24/48 hours / Entire program is supervised at ICC

For more information and application please write to:

Dr. Carlos Giavay Waiss


Office of Admission

E-mail: pasantias@icc-intercambiocultural.org

Prácticas Profesionales

Calle Buenos Aires 124  Piso 3  Oficina 33 | C.P. 5000 Córdoba – Argentina

Tel: +54 – 351 – 4232837 / 4250547 | Cel: +54 -9- 351 (15)2381781


Posted 19 April 2014: Tenure -track faculty, Learning Analytics with emphasis in Teacher Education, STEM or Literacy education, University of Nevada–Las Vegas

UNLV’s Department of Teaching and Learning is eagerly seeking a DIVERSE pool of applicants, especially those from historically underrepresented racial groups, for the position listed below. If you are interested and/or know of someone who is, please let me (see contact information further below) know ASAP and send along a copy of your current vita.

Full-time, Tenure-track faculty position in LEARNING ANALYTICS with an emphasis in Teacher Education, STEM Education, or Literacy Education


The successful candidate will conduct research from an ecological perspective that employs both large and small-scale data sets in the examination of learners and their contexts. He or she will conduct analyses for detecting areas for instructional improvement, setting policies, and measuring results; and collaborate with K-12 partners and interdisciplinary teams to design and implement research and evidence projects.

Responsibilities will require the successful candidate to:

  • Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in an education specialty area such as teacher education, STEM, or Literacy.
  • Advise undergraduate and graduate students including doctoral students.
  • Actively engage in scholarly research and/or activities in the field of learning analytics or data mining as it relates to educational policy.
  • Participate in university, college, and departmental activities.
  • Play an active role in local, national, or international professional organizations.


  • An earned doctorate in Education or closely related field from a regionally accredited college or university.
  • Strong background in quantitative data analysis
  • Experience working with large data sets
  • Experience/ability in applying analyses to inform instructional practice and policy.
  • Emerging record of successful research
  • Demonstrated potential to secure extramural funding
  • Collaborative skills to work with diverse stakeholders

Special consideration will be given to those who are interested in social factors that contribute to the optimization of learning and learning environments for under-served and/or under-represented populations.


Submit a letter of interest, a detailed vita listing qualifications and experience, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three professional references who may be contacted. Applicants should fully describe their qualifications and experience, with specific reference to each of the minimum and preferred qualifications because this is the information on which the initial review of materials will be based. We invite candidates who have demonstrated success in working with diverse populations and who will contribute to the diversity of our academic community.

Applicants should send their CVs to me at chris.clark.unlv@me.com and to Neal Strudler at strudler@unlv.nevada.edu and then officially apply at: https://hrsearch.unlv.edu/current_vacancies.asp

DOWNLOAD the complete description: UNLV_Learning_Analytics

Posted 17 April 2014:  Secondary Education Teacher Assisting, Full-time Affiliate Professor (non-tenure track), Grand Valley State University (MI)

Required Qualifications and Education:

  • Master’s degree, or higher, in Secondary Education or a related field
  • Experience teaching at the university level
  • Demonstrated capacity to teach undergraduate courses in teacher education
  • Demonstrated experience in teaching at the 6-12 level
  • Ability to teach using multimedia modes of instruction
  • Willingness and ability to travel to locations within the GVSU service area

 Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Experience teaching in culturally and linguistically diverse settings
  • Experience teaching using online instructional methods
  • Experience working with traditional and non-traditional student populations


  • Supervise secondary student teachers and/or teacher assistants
  • Teach undergraduate courses
  • Advise students
  • Work collaboratively with program faculty and students
  • Foster and support inclusive practices among students, faculty, and community
  • Serve on College or Department/Area committees

Salary:  Competitive Salary

Department/Division:  Teacher Education within Leadership and Learning

Employment Date: Fall 2014

How To Apply: Apply online at www.gvsujobs.org.  Include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, three references, and a copy of transcripts.  The online application system will allow candidates to electronically attach these documents.  If you need assistance or have questions, call Human Resources at (616) 331-2215.  Additional information about GVSU is available on our website at www.gvsu.edu.

Application Deadline Date:  Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Allendale, Michigan 49401 – (616) 331-5000. For more information about Grand Valley, see our website at www.gvsu.edu


Posted 16 April 2014:  Assistant Professor of Social Foundations, Watson College of Education, University of North Carolina–Wilmington

Department of Instructional Technology, Foundations, and Secondary Education

Vacancy: #14F097
Position # 6052

The Watson College of Education (WCE) is a growing college at The University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) with over 60 tenure-track faculty members working in undergraduate and master’s programs in the Department of Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle, Literacy and Special Education and the Department of Instructional Technology, Foundations and Special Education, and master’s and doctoral programs in the Department of Educational Leadership.  It offers several international study programs and maintains partnerships with numerous school districts, community colleges and colleges/universities in the region.  We are searching for an Assistant Professor of Social Foundations to join our Department of Instructional Technology, Foundations and Secondary Education. The position will begin August 2014. For more information about the Watson College of Education, seehttp://www.uncw.edu/ed/.

Responsibilities of this position include:

*   Develop and teach undergraduate and graduate live and on-line courses in Social and Cultural Foundations as well as off-campus extension courses
*   Maintain an active research agenda in the field
*   Advise undergraduate and graduate students
*   Assist in ongoing program revision and assessment
*   Provide leadership and service to our college, university, region, state and to the profession through active participation in national/international associations
*   Provide service to area school systems

Requirements include:

*   Doctorate in Social Foundations or related area is required or must be obtained within the first academic year of employment
*   Established or emerging research record
*   Evidence of college level teaching success live and technology enhanced

Preferred qualifications:

*   Secondary Social Studies public school teaching experience
*   Experience teaching on-line courses

Priority review of applicants will begin May 4, 2014, however applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applicants must complete the online application at http://consensus.uncw.edu<http://consensus.uncw.edu/> Required are: a letter of application, curriculum vita, copy of doctoral transcript, and contact information for three professional references. MS Word or Adobe PDF attachments are required. For more information, seehttp://www.uncw.edu/ed/jobs/index.html<http://uncw.edu/ed/jobs/index.html>

Please direct questions to Dr. David Gill, Department of Instructional Technology, Foundations, and Secondary Education and Chair of the Social Foundations Search Committee, gilld@unw.edu<mailto:gilld@unw.edu>

Posted 10 April 2014:  Administrative Specialist (Finance), National Museum of American History

Position is in the Finance Office, Office of Management and Museum Services, National Museum of American History (NMAH), Smithsonian Institution. The focus of this position is procurement and financial transactions for a wide variety of museum projects, ranging from showcase exhibits to multi-year major thematic exhibits. The major projects are characterized by complex intellectual concepts; substantial financial and personnel demands; multiple funding streams; modification of public spaces; design and construction requirements of accessibility, security and objects preservation; interactive and other technologic means of content delivery; and multiple contracts.

Major Duties
The incumbent processes purchase requests for a wide variety of goods and services for public space renovation, museum exhibitions and other projects. Fund types include restricted gift, unrestricted gift, grant, business revenue and federal funds. Multiple sources often fund one or more aspects of any project, and multiple project funds are often used to support individual staff and functions contributing to projects. Each fund has its own restrictions, payment schedule, budget and spending plans for personnel, demolition, research, travel, design, construction, fabrication, publicity and programs.

Goods and services are procured by various methods, including purchase card, small purchase orders and requests for proposal. Working with Project Specialist (Finance Office), assures that purchase card transactions are appropriate and documented, that competition is conducted and documented for small purchases, and that requests for proposal include all necessary specifications. Prepares documents in accordance with central SI office requirements; follows up on status, resolves discrepancies and closes out. Works with central SI offices, such as Office of Finance & Accounting and the Office of Contracting/Personal Property Management.

• Knowledge of federal and SI budget, financial, procurement and contracting principles, regulations, policies
• Experience preparing and making purchases and requests for proposal
• Knowledge of market research through various search engines for best market value, i.e. GSA, Iteminfo.com, etc.
• Experience maintaining financial and procurement records and certify funds availability
• Knowledge of museum and projects’ mission, goals and priorities as well as funding sources, purposes, restrictions and flexibilities to advise on appropriate use of funds and juggle priorities
• Skilled in using Microsoft programs, such as Excel, Word and Outlook

Salary and Length of Appointment
This is a non-federal (Trust), full-time position, for a period of three (3) years. Extension of the appointment beyond the three years is dependent on funding. The base salary is $42,631 and includes a comprehensive benefits package with health insurance, accrual of annual and sick leave, transit subsidy, and the TIAA/CREF retirement plan.

To Apply
Please submit a resume and cover letter no later than April 25, 2014 to Cassandra Williams at williamscass@si.edu. The cover letter will be evaluated as a sample of your writing skills and should detail how your experience qualifies you for the position. Questions may be directed to Ms. Williams via email or phone (202-633-3584).

The National Museum of American History is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply


Posted 9 April 2014: Coordinator of Student Activities Communications, John Carroll University (OH)

Position Title:        Coordinator of Student Affairs Communications

Reports to:        Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs

Classification:        Administrator

In an integrated, fast-paced, and highly collaborative environment, the Coordinator of Student Affairs Communications will be responsible for the day-to-day creation of compelling content for the Student Affairs Division.  Additionally, the role will support the general coordination of communications projects and will serve as the lead technology resource for the Division.  The Coordinator will work in concert with the Assistant to the Vice President and with the Director of Marketing Services (Web) on the Integrated Marketing and Communications (IMC) team.

This position works closely with other personnel in both the Student Affairs and the University Advancement Divisions to ensure the effective promotion and communication of the mission through programs, services, administrative processes, and learning opportunities.

This position plays a critical role in supporting the Student Affairs Division by communicating divisional information through web and social media; advocating for student interests and encouraging student development; and addressing technology needs within the Division with the support of IMC.

Primary Responsibilities:

•       Maintain the Student Life website (focusing on the incoming and current student audiences) by collaborating with departmental web liaisons across the Student Affairs Division and in conjunction with the IMC team.

•       Assist with web content for websites operated by departments within the Student Affairs Division and train staff members to create and maintain content.

•       Lead communications projects related to the Division of Student Affairs, such as digital communications strategies and online delivery of services.

•       Assist with the evaluation process of student services and the communication of assessment results.

•       Serve as the Student Affairs liaison with Information Technology Services (ITS) in partnership with IMC—helping define and support the standards of technology used within the Division.

•       Analyze the needs for departments within Student Affairs by working with the staff to review their business processes, workflows, and communication needs.

•       Participate in organization planning initiatives; identify opportunities to apply web and social media communications to improve services, and propose innovative approaches to important organizational goals.

•       Serve as administrator for the divisional mass email system.

•       Develop documentation for information and communication systems used by Student Affairs.

•       Develop and present training sessions for administrative and student staff using IMC and other training methods and materials.

Successful Candidates Should Have:
In addition to outstanding communication and team-building skills, the successful candidate should have a track record of experience with student affairs operations and programs.  A strong understanding of web content creation and the ability to manage multiple projects to meet deadlines is also essential.  Familiarity with WordPress or HTML, Adobe Creative Suite (especially InDesign and Photoshop), Gravity Forms/Qualtrics/WuFoo, data analytics, social networking, and similar programs is strongly desired.

The successful candidate must also maintain high professional and ethical standards and have a genuine appreciation for the Jesuit Catholic tradition and the mission of John Carroll University; 1-3 years of experience and evidence of achieving content strategy and generation goals as well as meeting the expectations of internal partners.  A bachelor’s degree and 3-4 years of relevant work experience is generally required. Embracing and being committed to diversity and inclusion is expected.

This is a full-time position, and some weekend and/or evening work (mostly event-based) may be required from time to time to support the overall John Carroll student experience.

To Apply
Interested candidates should apply online at go.jcu.edu/jobs. For more information about the University, visit our website at www.jcu.edu.

Posted 28 March 2014: Director of Student Conduct, Binghamton University (NY)

Category: Professional
Department: Dean of Students
Locations: Binghamton, NY
Posted: Mar 19, ’14
Type: Full-time
Ref. No.: 07049

Budget Title:   (SL-5) Senior Staff Associate

Salary:  Commensurate with experience and qualifications

Binghamton University seeks a dynamic student-centered professional to lead the Office of Student Conduct at a time of tremendous potential for the University.  Binghamton is a growing University with new leadership and a bold vision to become the premier public university of the 21st century.

The Office of Student Conduct has a rich history of student engagement in policy development and decision making.  This is an important part of student life at Binghamton.  As a key member of the Dean of Students team, the Director of Student Conduct partners with the University community to develop innovative strategies to manage student conduct for undergraduates, graduates and student organizations.  The Director of Student Conduct provides leadership, oversight and direction for Binghamton University’s Office of Student Conduct, including supervision of two professional staff, two administrative assistants, graduates assistants and student interns.

Reporting to the Dean of Students, the Director articulates and interprets community standards based on the University mission and values.  This position works in collaboration with students (including members of the conduct board and student advocates) to uphold the standards of the University through student education and accountability.  Focused on student and community success, the Director develops and interprets data to monitor trends, inform decision-making and provide relevant education to the community.  The Director is responsible for communications with students and families participating in the student conduct process and serves as the liaison with local law enforcement, attorneys and the district attorneys’ offices.

The Director serves on University committees or designates and oversees appropriate staff to serve committees including the Students of Concern and Threat Assessment Committee.  The Director participates in on-call rotations for the campus and provides oversight of the conduct process within the residential community.

The Director is an important team builder on campus maintaining critical relationships with campus partners including faculty, Health Services, University Police, Residential Life, Title IX Coordinators and many others.


  • Master’s degree required
  • 5 – 7 years of progressively responsible professional experience in student conduct or related field
  • Demonstrated ability to lead in a dynamic community with a diverse student body
  • Candidates must be well versed in current laws and guidance pertaining to FERPA, the Clery Act, Title IX, Campus SaVE Act and other applicable regulatory provisions
  • Strong oral and written communication skills including the ability to communicate with technology
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships and solve problems
  • Possess critical thinking skills including policy analysis and interpretation
  • Experience with developing and/or implementing trainings
  • Experience with budgets and databases (Maxient preferred)

Additional Information:

Note: Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check and verification of degree(s) and credentials.

Please also note that the Deficit Reduction Program for UUP represented faculty and staff is in still effect, which impacts paychecks.  This, along with other payroll information, can be found on our website http://www2.binghamton.edu/human-resources/new-employees/new-faculty-staff.html or by calling Human Resources at 607-777-6625 or 607-777-2129.

Application Instructions:
Deadline for Internal Applicants:   4/9/14

Deadline for External Applicants:  Open until filled

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the vacancy is filled.

Persons interested in this position should apply online.

Please submit:

  1. Resume,
  2. Cover letter, and
  3. Contact information for three professional references

You may add additional files/documents after uploading your resume. After you fill out your contact information, you will be directed to the upload page. Please login to check/edit your profile or to upload additional documents: http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/login.jsp 


Posted 25 March 2014: Associate Director of Admission, Deerfield Academy (MA)

Deerfield Academy seeks an Associate Director of Admission, to begin in August 2014.

Reporting to the Dean of Admission and Financial Aid and working in collaboration with the
rest of the admission staff, the Associate Director will assume typical admission counselor
responsibilities including market development and recruitment; travel; cultivation of key
constituents including prospective students and parents, sending school counselors and
educational consultants; interviewing and assessing applicants; managing an admission
committee; and generally participating in all admission-related tasks throughout the year as
assigned. Of particular interest for this position is experience in strategic recruitment and/or
operational systems.

The successful applicant for this position will have excellent interpersonal, communication
(verbal and written), analytical and organizational skills. Additionally, the candidate will have a
genuine appreciation of adolescents as well as the ability to work as part of a team of
professionals. The position requires someone with energy, enthusiasm, proven people and
managerial skills, a sense of humor, and experience working with students and parents.
Experience in independent boarding and day schools, higher education and/or an understanding
of mission-driven enterprises is helpful.

As is true for all members of the admission staff, the Associate Director will be expected to have
a genuine understanding and appreciation of all facets of the Academy’s program and as a result
will participate in the daily life of the school. Responsibilities may include dormitory residence
or association, coaching assignments, dining hall duties, committee work, and/or other routine

Deerfield Academy is situated in the middle of Historic Deerfield, a colonial village in
western Massachusetts. The Academy is nonsectarian and coeducational; it enrolls 635
students and employs 110 faculty; and it offers competitive salary and benefits packages.

Candidates should send a cover letter and resume to John Taylor, Associate Head of
School, via e-mail to admission2014@deerfield.edu. The subject line in the email should
be titled Associate Director of Admission.


Posted 7 March 2014: Area Coordinator, Head-of-Hall Position, John Carroll University (OH)

The Area Coordinator is a full-time, 12-month, live-on professional staff member in the Office of Residence
Life. The Area Coordinator reports directly to the Assistant Director of Residence Life for Residential
Education and shares in the responsibility for all facets of the Residence Life program. The desired start date
for the Position is June 2, 2014.

We seek a new Student Affairs professional who:
• Cares deeply about forming strong relationships and engaging in meaningful experiences with students
•  Embraces our Catholic and Jesuit identity and will live the mission of our University
•  Is open to new and challenging experiences directed towards professional growth
•  Is committed to creating and contributing to an inclusive campus community
•  Maintains high performance and ethical standards of self and others

For more information about the University, its mission and history, please visit: www.jcu.edu/about.
For more information about the Office of Residence Life, please visit: www.jcu.edu/reslife.

•  Lead and develop a residential community of 400 to 500 students living in 2 residence halls
•  Directly supervise, develop and evaluate 10 to 14 resident assistants (RA), including 2 Senior RAs
•  Plan and facilitate weekly staff meetings
•  Conduct bi-weekly one-on-one meetings with individual RAs
•  Oversees the planning and implementation of all programming initiatives in the residential community
•  Advise and guide RAs on appropriate student and floor interventions
•  Serve as a hearing officer for student conduct cases
•  Mediate elevated conflicts that occur between roommates and among residents
•  Be a resource for and available to students to address needs and concerns
•  Collaborate with Resident Campus Ministry Intern to support student needs
•  Serve on the on-call duty rotation
•   Manage budgets for staff development and programming
•  Contribute significantly to RA recruitment, selection and training processes
•  Contribute significantly to departmental, divisional and institutional commitments as assigned
•  Perform occasional evening and weekend responsibilities
•  Perform other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS

•  Bachelors degree
•  Prior experience in Student Affairs
•  Thorough knowledge of student development, student leadership and community development theories
•  Strong oral and written communication and critical thinking skills
•  Proficiency in MS Office suite
•  Possess values aligned with the mission and identity of John Carroll University

Very Strongly Preferred:
•  Masters degree in College Student Personnel Administration, Higher Education or related field
•  one year of experience in Residence Life
•  Prior supervisory experience

•  Full administrative benefits package including comprehensive medical, dental, retirement, vision and
life insurances
•  One-bedroom apartment (fully furnished, including a washer and dryer unit)
•  University meal plan (and for spouse if applicable)
•  Parking permit (and for spouse if applicable)
•  Salary: $30,500 per annum

To complete an application for this position, please visit:

Resume review will begin immediately and we will be interviewing at TPE Baltimore from March 12-16, 2014.
Our position number is P-5394. The application deadline is March 21, 2014. At time of application, please
submit a cover letter, resume and list of three professional references.

Lord Edwin “Eddie” J. Carreon, M.A.
Assistant Director of Residence Life for Residential Education
E-mail: lcarreon@jcu.edu
Phone: 216-397-4408
John Carroll University
Office of Residence Life
1 John Carroll Boulevard
University Heights, Ohio 44118


Posted 6 March 2014: Associate Dean, School of Education, Loyola University (MD)

The School of Education at Loyola University Maryland is seeking exceptionally qualified applicants for the position of Associate Dean, School of Education. This is a full-time, 12-month position beginning July 1, 2014. The Associate Dean of the School of Education reports directly to the Dean of the School of Education and is responsible for day-to-day academic, personnel and budgetary decisions. Responsibilities include implementation, oversight and operationalization of the School’s vision and initiatives as defined by the Dean; provision of assistance with the development of strategic plans and accreditation reports; oversight of the School’s budget; oversight of marketing, recruitment and admissions practices for the School; participation in enrollment management, tuition setting and enrollment projection initiatives; service as the Dean’s designee at key internal and external meetings; and collaboration with departmental Chairs for day-to-day operations and to support the development of tenure track faculty and the academic success of students.

Loyola University is a dynamic, highly selective Jesuit Catholic institution in the Liberal Arts tradition and is recognized as a leading independent, comprehensive university in the northeastern United States. Located in a beautiful residential section of Baltimore with Graduate Centers in Timonium and Columbia, Loyola enrolls over 3,200 students in its graduate programs and 3,000 students in its graduate programs. The School of Education is NCATE accredited and offers comprehensive programs leading to undergraduate degrees in education and advanced programs. The School has a commitment to social justice and the pursuit of educational excellence. The position comes with a 12-month contract. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience.

Interested applicants should apply on-line at https://careers.loyola.edu. Applicants will need to submit all application materials including a letter of interest detailing qualifications as specified above, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, with priority given to application received by March 28, 2014. The University welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to its educational mission. Loyola is an equal employment opportunity employer, and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups regardless of religious affiliation.



Posted 6 February 2014: Instructor or Lecturer Position in Science Education, Boston University

The School of Education at Boston University is seeking applicants for a full-time, one-year instructor or lecturer position in the science education program. The science education program provides initial pre-service teacher preparation at both the graduate and undergraduate levels as well as preparation for a doctoral degree.

This one year Instructor or Lecturer position begins July 1, 2014. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.

BU is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities and women.

Description of Responsibilities:

  • Teach three to four courses related to science/engineering education per semester. Courses to be taught include, but are not limited to, science/engineering teaching methods, practicum and pre-practicum seminars, history and the nature of science
  • Engage in professional development activities with in-service educators and/or pre-college students
  • Contribute to program development, and student recruitment
  • Assist with research projects
  • Build positive relations with local schools, other departments at Boston University, the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and professional organizations
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of K-12 outreach in science/engineering

Required Qualifications:

  • Earned masters or doctorate degree in science or engineering education
  • Demonstrated teaching excellence of science and/or engineering at the elementary, middle, or high school level
  • Excellent oral, written, and presentation skills
  • Ability to design and implement engaging evidence-based instruction

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Minimum three years of classroom science teaching or equivalent experience in K-12 science education
  • Experience teaching at the college/university level
  • Bachelors degree or research experience in science or engineering

Applicants should submit the following documents electronically to sedsrch@bu.edu:

  • Cover letter explaining suitability for position
  • Current curriculum vitae
  • Three letters of reference, at least one of which must address the candidate’s effectiveness as an educator
  • A sample of scholarly writing, such as a thesis, article, or curriculum module
  • Unofficial copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts

Inquiries may be directed to the Chair of the Search Committee:
Dr. Don DeRosa, donder@bu.edu


Posted 28 January 2014: Assistant Professor, Early Childhood Education, University of Louisiana–Lafayette

EEO# ED 5-12 Assistant Professor, Early Childhood Education. This position is a nine-monthtenure-track appointment. Summer teaching may be available.

The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching methodology courses to prospective teachers in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction. Primary teaching responsibilities include undergraduate upper-division courses, post- bachelor’s alternative certification courses, graduate courses, and/or supervision of student teaching.

Applicants must have a terminal degree in Curriculum & Instruction or related field, from an accredited university with a specialization in early childhood education, elementary education, or reading education. Preference will be given to applicants who are active members of the National Association for the Education of Young Children and/or International Reading Association. Additionally, applicants must demonstrate a strong commitment to: teaching in a field-based curriculum, mentoring pre-service teachers, and contributing to departmental and college committees. A minimum of three years K-12 teaching experience is required. Candidates who are ABD will be considered, but degree must be completed prior to starting date.

Administrative Unit:
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is one of 9 publicly supported universities in the University of Louisiana system. UL-Lafayette has an enrollment of 16,687 students with a faculty of 580 and offers degree programs in 55 disciplines, the master’s degree in 26 disciplines, and the doctorate in 10 disciplines. The Department of Curriculum and Instruction has 970 majors and 31 fulltime faculty, while the College of Education has approximately 2170 majors.

Salary:Commensurate with experience

Start Date: August 2014

Letter of application, vitae, three letters of recommendation,
transcripts, and supporting materials for initial consideration should be sent to:

Chair, Early Childhood QSN Committee University of Louisiana at Lafayette
P.O. Box 42051
Lafayette, LA 70504-2051

•••Preference will be given to applications received by February 7, 2014.

Posted 24 January 2014:  Director of Master of Arts in Education, Eastern Mennonite University

Eastern Mennonite University seeks qualified applicants for a Director of Master of Arts in Education at EMU Lancaster Campus. The position is responsible for the vision, vitality, and every day functions of a successful and innovative NCATE-accredited graduate teacher education program. This half-time administrative position (can be combined with half-time teaching position to create a full-time position) directs the Master of Arts Lancaster Campus program and reports to and collaborates with the Master of Arts in Education program director at the main campus, Harrisonburg, VA. The director is responsible for developing and promoting new programs, recruiting, advising incoming MA candidates, planning and evaluating curriculum, and formulating and managing budget within the program. The director is responsible for Pennsylvania Department of Education and national CAEP accreditation of graduate programs. Doctoral degree in education required. Position begins Fall 2014. Submit application, curriculum vitae, transcripts (unofficial) and three letters of reference to: graduate@emu.edu. For more information visit our website at www.emu.edu/humanresources. Persons who bring diversity are encouraged to apply. EOE.


Posted 24 January 2014:  Eastern Mennonite University seeks qualified applicants for a full time Director of Master of Arts in Education and Tenure-Track Faculty position. The position is responsible for the vision, vitality, and every day functions of a successful and innovative NCATE-accredited multi-site program in graduate teacher education. This half-time administrative and half-time teaching position includes directing the Master of Arts main-campus-based program and collaborating with the Master of Arts in Education program director at Lancaster, PA. The director is responsible for developing and promoting new programs, recruiting, advising incoming MA candidates, planning and evaluating curriculum, and formulating and managing budget within the program. The ability to work collegially as part of an integrated graduate and undergraduate program and compatibility with the department’s mission “to prepare competent, caring, reflective practitioners who value service to others, and teach boldly in a changing world through an ethic of care and critical reflection” is essential. Doctoral degree in education required. Position begins Fall 2014. Submit application, curriculum vitae, transcripts (unofficial) and three letters of reference to: graduate@emu.edu. For more information visit our website at www.emu.edu/humanresources. Persons who bring diversity are encouraged to apply. EOE


Posted 22 January 2014:  High School Science and Summer Positions, posted by Chicago-area TSJ

 1] Tilden High School is currently seeking a certified Science teacher to start immediately for the second semester of the 2013-2014 school year.  A variety of course offerings to teach are available, preference for Chemistry.  Tilden is a neighborhood high school located in the Canaryville/Back of the Yards neighborhood.  The school is currently partnering with Columbia College to integrate digital media into teaching and learning at the school via a Convergence Academy.  The school operates on a 4×4 block schedule.  Interested candidates should submit resumes to Principal Maurice Swinney,mswinney@cps.edu.  

2] The Encampment for Citizenship has two summer jobs. Download ad for Program Director and Staff Positions.


Posted 13 January 2014: English Teacher, Deerfield Academy (MA)

Deerfield Academy announces a search for the position of Teacher of English to begin duties August 15, 2014.

The primary classroom responsibility is to teach the various levels of English and American Literature and Language appropriate for a secondary school. Other responsibilities for this position include those that are normally part of a boarding school commitment: dormitory residence or association, coaching assignments, dining hall duties, committee work, and other routine duties.

Prior teaching experience in English is required and a master’s degree in English Literature is preferred. A candidate must also possess the interest and energy to thrive with a lively work pace, a genuine appreciation of adolescents, a sense of humor and the ability to work as part of a team. Clearly a desire to live and work in a residential academic community is essential.

Deerfield Academy is situated in the middle of Historic Deerfield, a colonial village in western Massachusetts. Nonsectarian and coeducational, the Academy enrolls 650 students and employs 120 faculty; it offers competitive salary and benefits packages.

Candidates should send a cover letter and resume as soon as possible to John Taylor, Dean of Faculty, via e-mail to english2014@deerfield.edu. The subject line in the email should be titled English Teacher.

Posted 9 January 2014: Chairperson, Exercise Science, Physical Education, & Wellness, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN 38505

Full-time, nine-month appointment to begin August, 2014 with tenure pending TBR approval. Initial screening of applications will begin on 2/10/2014; open until filled. AA/EEO

QUALIFICATIONS: REQUIRED – An earned doctorate in Exercise Science, Physical Education and Wellness or related field, with commensurate professional experience to qualify for appointment at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor. Demonstrated significant achievement in an academic or performance discipline. Documented success in higher education instruction. Proven ability to work effectively with people of diverse backgrounds.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The chairperson will provide leadership for the academic, personnel, fiscal and public affairs of the very active Department of Exercise Science, Physical Education, and Wellness. The department chair oversees all operations of the department, including the management of budget; supervising and assigning teaching and non-teaching responsibilities to faculty and staff; faculty and staff evaluations; curriculum and accreditation matters; and coordinating with various campus offices to advance departmental and university objectives. The chair will represent and serve as an advocate for the department within the university and to the greater public. The chair will have teaching responsibilities each semester.

Tennessee Technological University is a public institution with an enrollment of approximately 11,500 students located on the eastern Highland Rim of Tennessee. The University’s Carnegie classification is Masters-Large. The Exercise Science, Physical Education, and Wellness Department has experienced considerable enrollment growth with B.S. concentrations in Coaching & Sports Administration, Fitness & Wellness, Pre-OT/Pre-PT, Recreation & Leisure Management, and K-12 Teacher Licensure. MA concentrations in Exercise Science include Adapted Physical Education, Elementary & Secondary School Physical Education, Fitness & Lifetime Wellness, and Sport Management.

The application procedure is available at: www.tntech.edu/jobs


Posted 9 January 2014: Art Education, Adjunct Faculty, School of Visual Arts (NY)

The MAT in Art Education Department at the School of Visual Arts invites applications for the position teaching “Materials & Methods: Elementary”, beginning in September, 2014.

Ongoing studio practice and elementary teaching experience is required, along with a Doctorate in Art Education. Knowledge of and experience with contemporary art educational theory required.  K-12 Art Education teacher certification is preferred

Course description: The methods and materials appropriate for basic art experiences suitable for prekindergarten through middle school will be examined, including problem solving approaches to various teaching situations, classroom management and discipline. Based on cumulative, developmental learning experiences in visual art and interdisciplinary classroom work, students will develop strategies and procedures for teaching art, including sequential lesson plans, which they will use in their student teaching.

Application reviews begin immediately. Send a letter of interest, current vitae, a portfolio of studio work (CD, DVD, or website link), a statement of teaching philosophy, and the names and phone numbers of three current references that may be contacted. Please include your current e-mail address for correspondence as well.  SVA is an equal opportunity employer, committed to cultivating a diverse community including members of historically underrepresented groups

Reply to:

Rose Viggiano, Chair
MAT Art Education Department
School of Visual Arts
209 East 23rd Street
NY, NY 10010

School of Visual Arts is located in New York City. The MAT Art Education Department offers rigorous academic study, coupled with requisite teaching experience, which provides graduates with the essential knowledge and tools to teach art to children.