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Posted 19 September 2014: Education Staff Assistant, Academic Office, Department of Education, State of Connecticut

Open to: The Public

Location: 165 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106

Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Job Posting # #846 – 62324

Salary Range: $101,558 – $138,477

Closing Date: October 14, 2014

The Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) is currently recruiting for the position of Director of Standards and Assessments Implementation in the Academic Office. The job classification for this role is Education Staff Assistant.

Under the leadership of Governor Dannel P. Malloy, the Connecticut State Board of Education, and Commissioner Stefan Pryor, the CSDE is engaged in an ambitious set of reforms to ensure that Connecticut students set a national standard for academic achievement and closing achievement gaps. Applicants for this position should be passionate about the role student assessment can play in helping all students succeed.

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:

The Director for Standards and Assessments Implementation will work with the Chief Academic Officer to develop and manage strategies that enhance the effectiveness and expand the impact of efforts to implement college and career standards and assessment systems.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:

  • Oversight of implementation efforts for new Smarter Balanced assessments in ELA and Math, including through support for technology readiness;
  • Implementation of new K-3 Literacy Assessments;
  • Development and management of RFP processes related to standards and assessments implementation processes;
  • Oversight of standards and assessment transition implementation for Science;
  • Collaboration with psychometrics team;
  • Oversight of implementation of changes in assessments for students with disabilities;
  • Support for large scale professional development projects related to standards and assessment implementation;
  • Oversight of technology for formative assessments;
  • Oversight of PSAT school day and related projects;
  • Coordination of efforts to reduce instructional time devoted to assessment.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:
Candidates should have considerable knowledge of and ability to apply leadership and management principles; considerable knowledge of the philosophy and methods of education, especially large scale assessments and technology; knowledge of public PK-12 education systems, including administration and supervision; written communication skills; and the ability to facilitate and contribute to small and large group meetings through strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills.

Experience and Training:
Demonstrated competence to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position as determined by the State Board of Education.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT:
Incumbents in this class may be required to travel.

Preferred Experience and Training:
An earned advanced degree in the field of education; experience working in a school or school district in a role with responsibility for student assessment programs; knowledge of major trends in student assessment; ability to manage significant projects; experience successfully managing a diversity of styles, views and opinions that lead to better project outcomes; excellent oral and written communication skills.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Interested candidates should reference announcement #846, submit a letter of application and resume with details of experience and training, three pertinent and current professional letters of recommendation and an Application for Examination or Employment (CT-HR-12) which may be obtained from the Department of Education web site at http://www.sde.ct.gov to: Dianna Roberge-Wentzell, Ed.D., Chief Academic Officer, Academic Office, 165 Capitol Avenue, Room 223, Hartford, CT 06106-1630 Tel. # 860-713-6775 Fax #860-713-7015. All required documents must be submitted by close of business on the closing date to be considered for interview.

Please note: Applications will be accepted via fax, U.S. mail or hand delivered only.

Closing date for applications: October 14, 2014

Anticipated date of employment: Immediate Upon Selection

 

 

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Posted 17 September 2014: Assistant Dean for International Studies, College of Education, Michigan State University

The College of Education invites applications and nominations for the position of Assistant Dean for International Studies. The college has a very strong national and international reputation, and is committed to excellence in its academic and administrative functions, including in implementing the university’s Bolder by Design strategic initiatives. The mission of the Office of International Studies in Education (OISE) is to promote understanding of K-12 and postsecondary institutions, policies, practices, and cultures in diverse educational contexts around the globe. This is a full-time, annual (12-month) appointment reporting to the Dean of the College of Education. The position is open rank. The desired start date is June 1, 2014.

The position of Assistant Dean for International Studies is designed to provide the College with needed intellectual leadership and administrative support for all activities related to the College’s international activities. This includes such tasks as (1) helping to focus the College’s teaching, research, and engagement commitments in the international arena; (2) identifying potential human and financial resources for successful realization of these needed efforts; (3) helping to obtain external funding for international activity; (4) assisting the College’s international students and visitors; and (5) generally representing the Dean on all matters of international activity and exchange both within the College as well as with external constituents.

Qualifications:
The rank and academic unit for this position will depend on the academic qualifications of the candidate selected. Applicants must be eligible for appointment as a tenure stream or fixed term with a terminal degree that would permit appointment as an assistant dean. Candidates should have a minimum of 3-5 years of experience working on issues related to international and comparative education.

Applications:
Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for three references electronically at the website: http://jobs.msu.edu posting number 0090.

Questions regarding the position may be directed to the chair of the search committee, Professor Lynn Paine, painel@msu.edu. Search committee members include: Dr. Marilyn Amey, Dr. Anne Ferguson, Dr. David Wong, Dr. Margo Glew, Dr. Sonya Gunnings-Moton, Andrew Macintosh, & Dr. Riyad Shahjahan. Review of applications will begin October 31, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled. Please visit the website of the College of Education for further information http://education.msu.edu

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Posted 15 September 2014: Faculty Position, Summer Program Communications & Cultural Studies, Deerfield Academy (MA)

Position Start Date: June 30, 2015
Position Title: Summer Program Communications and Cultural Studies Teaching Faculty Full-time/Part-time: Part-time
Academic Year/Full Year: Summer
Subject Line for Email: Summer Program Teaching Faculty

Job Description:
Deerfield Academy’s new summer program, The Experimentory, is looking to fill the role of Communications and Cultural Studies Teacher for the summer of 2015.

Responsibilities include leading a collaborative learning classroom of middle school students in their understanding of cultural backgrounds of their peers and how this leads to effective communication. The classroom learning should be highly interactive, engaging, and hands on with the goal of learning skills such as team work, public speaking, effective listening, descriptive writing, reflection, and non-verbal communications, among others. In addition, the faculty member will mentor and work closely with a teaching fellow to team-teach the course.

Candidates may come from any teaching background with some envisioned backgrounds including English, History, Global Studies, Foreign Language, Theatre, and Philosophy. Key characteristics include enthusiasm, creativity, hands-on and collaborative learning experience, the interest and energy to thrive with a lively work pace, a genuine appreciation and preferred experience with middle school adolescents, a sense of humor, and the ability to work as part of a team. While boarding school experience is helpful, it is not required.

Because a goal of The Experimentory is to teach interdisciplinary learning while stimulating creativity, all students will be enrolled in a trio of classes including Communications and Cultural Studies, Music Composition, and Computer Science. The successful teacher will collaborate to create a truly interdisciplinary learning experience with the other two classes culminating in final projects that encompass all three fields. Candidates should be available at various points throughout the 2014-2015 academic year for curriculum planning meetings with the other two teachers either in person or via computer.

The Experimentory @ Deerfield Summer Program unleashes creative and agile thinking across intellectual boundaries. Starting in the summer of 2015, The Experimentory will enroll our inaugural class of approximately 50 rising 7th and 8th grade students who desire to spend four weeks of their summer exploring new ideas in an interdisciplinary setting. In addition, The Experimentory aims to create a community consistent with the Deerfield experience where each student will be provided with a safe and comfortable environment in which to learn and play while still pushing the boundaries of ideas and success.

Please send a cover letter and resume as soon as possible to Jill Schaffer, Director of the Summer Program, via e- mail to SummerFaculty2014@deerfield.edu. The subject line should be titled Summer Program Faculty.

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Posted 9 September 2014: Assistant Professor, School of Photo Arts & Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Requisition Number: 1270BR

Organization: CIAS School of Photo Arts and Sciences

College/Division: College of Imaging Arts and Sciences

Posting Rank: Assistant Professor

Posting Tenure Status: Tenure-Track

Position Title: Instructional Faculty

Detailed Job Description:

The School of Photographic Arts and Sciences invites applicants to apply for a tenure track Assistant Professor in its Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA) program with primary teaching responsibilities in its 4D Design curriculum. The appointment begins fall 2015. Successful candidates must be committed to introductory and upper level courses at the undergraduate level. 4D Design is one of four required Foundation studio courses for the first and second year student and introduces the basic concepts of art and design in time and space in short-form, time-based work. Interdisciplinary in nature, 4D Design supports a range of College and School disciplines, including photography, new media design and three-dimensional digital design. Candidates must be dedicated to scholarship and service, including student career advisement. Ideal candidates will provide leadership and vision in the continued interdisciplinary vibrancy of the School’s and College’s Foundation and BFA programs, its students and curriculum.

Department Description:

The School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (SPAS) is internationally recognized for its professional study of photographic practices in a wide array of related disciplines, including advertising, biomedical photo communications, fine art, imaging technology, photojournalism, and visual media. To learn more about the programs, faculty and students in SPAS, please visit http://photography.rit.edu.

Job Requirements:

  • MFA in studio art, including photography, video or design, with professional expertise in time-based art, new media design, video, multimedia, photography or related field.
  • Minimum of three years teaching experience (post-graduate) at the undergraduate level.
  • Record of accomplishment via exhibition, publication, presentation, etc.
  • Portfolio should demonstrate:
    • Expertise in time-based media, including computers, video, photo, sound and lighting for moving media productions.
    • Expertise in still and moving image editing, sound and image relations, and object and event analysis.
    • Strong knowledge of the historical and aesthetic conventions of time in studio art practice and its relationship to recent and future technological advances.
  • Professional communication, presentation and writing skills.
  • Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.

Minimum Education Qualifications: MFA

How to Apply:

Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty . Search openings, then Keyword Search 1270BR.

In order to be considered for this position, please upload your cover letter addressing the listed qualifications; CV; application and upload the following attachments:

  • Contribution to diversity statement
  • Teaching philosophy, including a list of courses taught with short descriptions
  • Link(s) to Personal portfolio of twenty images/multimedia pieces (each attachment max 5MB)
  • Portfolio of student work,if applicable (each attachment max 5MB)
  • The names, addresses (postal and email) and phone numbers for three references.

Please note that your application is limited to 20 attachments.

You can contact the search committee with questions on the position at: Therese Mulligan, PhD, Administrative Chair, School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY 14623,mtmpph@rit.edu.

Application review begins December 1, 2014 and continues until the position is filled.

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Posted 9 September 2014: Multiple Positions in Human Resources, Tennessee Tech University

CLICK to download job descriptions and application information for the following positions:

Senior Benefits Specialist – Human Resources
Talent Development Specialist – Human Resources
Senior Compensation Specialist – Human Resources

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Posted 5 September 2014: Department Chair, Assistant/Associate Professor, School of Print Media, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Requisition Number: 1269BR

Organization: CIAS School of Print Media

College/Division: College of Imaging Arts and Sciences

Posting Rank: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor

Posting Tenure Status: Tenured

Position Title: Department Chair

Detailed Job Description:

The School of Media Sciences seeks a visionary leader with a demonstrated passion for curriculum development and organizational management in the disciplines of cross media and graphic communication. The ideal candidate will build on the legacy and work towards recruiting and retaining faculty and students, and motivating staff to ensure the school’s future.

S/he will be responsible for leading multidisciplinary faculty in the operation of the School’s BS and MS Degree programs; hiring and mentoring faculty and staff; and creating a supportive and stimulating environment for all students.

This position reports to the Dean of the College.

Job Requirements:

  • Earned doctorate or other terminal (e.g. MFA) degree in a related field. Applicants with an MS degree in a related field and extensive experience in the discipline may also be considered at the Associate Professor level.
  • A minimum of 5 years of teaching experience at the university level in undergraduate and graduate curriculum.
  • Graphic Communication/Publishing industry connections and relationships.
  • Established record of research and scholarship including published works and conference participation.
  • Higher Education administrative experience (e.g. program chair, department chair, etc,)
  • Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the College’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.

Minimum Education Qualifications: PhD

How to Apply:

Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty. Keyword Search:1269BR.

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

-Statement of teaching philosophy

-The names, addresses and phone numbers for three references

-Statement of Diversity

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

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Posted 5 September 2014: Assistant Professor, Science, Technology & Society, College of Liberal Arts, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Requisition Number: 1265BR

Organization: CLA-Science, Technology, and Society

College/Division: College of Liberal Arts

Posting Rank: Assistant Professor

Posting Tenure Status: Tenure-Track

Position Title: Instructional Faculty

Detailed Job Description:

The Science, Technology, and Society Department of the Rochester Institute of Technology seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor with expertise in the sociocultural context of science and technology for a position to begin during the 2015-2016 academic year. Candidates with expertise in any STS subfield are welcomed to apply. Candidates should also demonstrate the potential to contribute to an undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies, for which planning is currently underway.

Teaching responsibilities include introductory and upper-division courses in STS, contingent on area of expertise and department needs (5 courses/year). Candidates should demonstrate commitment to effective teaching, innovative research and publication, interdisciplinary collaboration, and ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.

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 statement of diversity.

THE COLLEGE/ DEPARTMENT:

The College of Liberal Arts is one of nine colleges within Rochester Institute of Technology. The College has over 150 faculty in 12 departments in the social sciences, humanities, and the arts. The College currently offers twelve undergraduate degree programs and five Master degrees, serving over 800 students. Undergraduate degrees include Advertising and Public Relations; Criminal Justice; Economics; International Studies; Journalism; Museum Studies, Professional and Technical Communication; Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Policy; and Urban and Community Studies. The graduate degrees are in Applied Experimental and Engineering Psychology (Experimental Psychology); Communication and Media Technologies; School Psychology; Criminal Justice; and Science, Technology, and Public Policy.

Science, Technology, and Society (STS) is the interdisciplinary field that studies science and technology in their social content and context. It is motivated by the belief that understanding science and technology, past and present, is both socially important and intellectually challenging. The courses offered by the STS Department offer students opportunities to combine science and technology studies with environmental studies, to place science and technology into historical perspective, and to focus on the challenges of new science and technology policy (www.rit.edu/sts).

Job Requirements:

  • Ph.D. in humanities or social sciences by date of appointment
  • STS expertise
  • Ability to teach within the existing STS Department curriculum and to create new courses for the department
  • Potential to contribute to the proposed undergraduate Environmental Studies degree
  • Potential for innovative research and publication
  • Potential for interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences

Minimum Education Qualifications: PhD

How to Apply:

Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 1265BR.

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
  • Contribution to Diversity Statement
  • A writing sample

You can contact the search committee with questions on the position at: Dr. C. Keiner, Associate Professor, RIT STS Department, cmkgsh@rit.edu.

Deadline for applications is October 31, 2014.

Office of Faculty Recruitment and Retention, Rochester Institute of Technology Website: www.rit.edu/OFR

Posted 1 September 2014: Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Framingham State University (MA)

Job Description:
Framingham State University seeks a Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
(CDIO), at the official rank of Assistant to the President, to be a member
of the senior management team. This position will report directly to the
President and will supervise the Director of the Multicultural Center. The
successful candidate will be energetic, passionate and a natural leader.
The CDIO will provide broad vision, leadership, management, counsel, and
strategic planning to enhance the learning, living, and working community
of all campus members. S/he will work closely with senior leadership, the
Committee on Diversity and Inclusion, and the Leading for Change diversity
consortium team to plan and implement measures to achieve success,
excellence, and inclusion for all students and employees, and to
strategically position the University for the coming decade.

Supervision Received: President
Supervision Exercised: Director of the Multicultural Center.

Responsibilities:
– Provide counsel, vision, and leadership to campus in areas of
diversity, inclusion, positive campus culture, and organizational change;
– Lead the FSU *Leading for Change* diversity consortium team;
– Collaborate with the campus-wide Committee on Diversity and Inclusion
(CDI) to plan events, develop programs, and measure diversity and inclusion
outcomes;
– Supervise and work collaboratively with the Director of Multicultural
Center;
– Work with members of the senior team, CDI, and other constituents to
prioritize, operationalize, and update the Diversity Strategic Plan and to
ensure that goals and priorities are consistent, complimentary, and aligned;
– Use data to inform and influence strategic planning and
decision-making;
– Develop metrics and a dashboard to ensure accountability, tracking,
and monitoring of efforts in all divisions. Work within the consortium to
develop means to measure benchmarks;
– Work with Director of Assessment to assess the qualitative and
quantitative success of programs, policies, and services;
– Measure campus climate and use results to drive strategic planning;
– Play a critical role in engaging the larger campus community in
dialogue that results in understanding, respect, and inclusion, as well as
keeping informed of the needs and climate of campus;
– Participate to a substantial degree in formulating and determining
University policies;
– Provide reports to Board of Trustees;
– Maintain highly confidential information concerning University
matters, labor relations matters, managements position on personnel
matters, and knowledge of the employers collective bargaining proposals;
– Manage the CDI budget;
– Other duties as assigned.

Requirements/ Qualifications:

– Bachelor’s degree (advanced degree preferred);
– Knowledge of theory and practice with regard to organizational diversity and inclusion, human development, training, and change management;
– Excellent track record in managing change;
– Experience as an organizational leader, and program builder within institutional cultural frameworks in an educational landscape;
– Ability to create and maintain strong relationships, and build trust and consensus with all campus constituents;
– Demonstrated experience developing a compelling, actionable, and overarching vision for diversity and equity;
– Ability to coach, mentor, and inspire colleagues;
– Demonstrated understanding of the culture of higher education, including shared governance, tenure and promotion, multiple and competing goals, the nature of campus politics, and the unique needs of different constituencies;
– Strong relational abilities and influencing skills, emotional intelligence, and communication skills, both verbal and written;
– Passion for creating a diverse and inclusive campus, and ability to effect change without alienating constituencies;
– Record of success in recruitment and retention, curriculum diversification, training, ability to assess the educational impact of diversity, assessing campus climate, and HR employment strategies designed to foster workplace and workforce diversity;
– Record of teaching and scholarship;
– Experience in higher education.

Additional Information:
This is a full-time, benefited non-unit position. The salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Application Instructions:
Please apply online by submitting a cover letter, resume, and the names and
contact information for three professional references. Please indicate your
salary expectations in your cover letter. Paper applications will not be
accepted. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until
the position is filled. However, the position may close when an adequate
number of qualified applications are received.

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Posted 31 August 2014: Faculty Position, Political Science, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Requisition Number: 1236BR

Organization: CLA-Political Science

College/Division: College of Liberal Arts

Posting Rank: Assistant Professor

Posting Tenure Status: Tenure-Track

Position Title: Instructional Faculty

Detailed Job Description:

The Department of Political Science at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor in International Ethics beginning fall 2015. Completion of Ph.D. in Political Science or related field is required prior to date of hire. The successful candidate will be able to teach lower division courses in international relations and international ethics. In addition, the successful candidate must be able to teach and develop upper division courses on the following: the international ethics of Emerging Military Technologies; Cybersecurity; or Terrorism & Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) weapons; and the moral basis of Humanitarian Intervention, Security Studies (especially Human Security), or the Responsibility to Protect. Moreover, the successful candidate will have a strong commitment to undergraduate education, with the potential for establishing an active research agenda, an ability to support the interdisciplinary efforts of the Institute and/or the College of Liberal Arts, and an ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences. The political science department offers an undergraduate major in political science with specializations in political institutions, politics & the life sciences, and politics & information technology.

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 statement of diversity.

Job Requirements:

  • Completion of Ph.D. in Political Science or related field prior to date of hire
  • Ability to teach lower division courses in International Relations and International Ethics
  • Interest in teaching and developing course offerings on the international ethics of Emerging Military Technologies, Cybersecurity, or Terrorism & Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) weapons
  • Interest in teaching and developing course offerings on the moral basis of Humanitarian Intervention, Security Studies (especially Human Security), or the Responsibility to Protect
  • Strong commitment to undergraduate education
  • Potential for establishing an active research agenda
  • An ability to support the interdisciplinary efforts of the Institute and/or the College of Liberal Arts
  • Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.

Minimum Education Qualifications: PhD

How to Apply: Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 1236BR.

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

  • Contribution to Diversity Statement
  • Statement of teaching philosophy
  • Research agenda
  • The names, addresses, and phone numbers for three references.

You can contact the search committee with questions on the position at:

Dr. Joseph R. Fornieri, Search Committee Chair
Department of Political Science
Rochester Institute of Technology
92 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, New York 14623-5604
e-mail: jrfgsm@rit.edu
Phone: 585 475 5889

To receive full consideration all application materials should be received by Friday October 3, 2014.

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Posted 31 August 2014: Early Intervention/Preschool Services Clinical Provider, The College of Saint Rose (NY)

The Early Intervention/Preschool Services Clinical Provider position is responsible for performing speech-language evaluations and therapy services with preschool and early intervention clients of the Emery Center housed within the College. The Center offers a wide array of services including literacy tutoring, psychoeducational evaluations, speech-language evaluations and treatment, audiological evaluations, and related services. Additionally, the Center offers consultative support for children with autism spectrum disorders as well as a social and adaptive behavioral tutorial program.

  • Provide 30-32 sessions per week of speech-language therapy and/or assessments with preschool and early intervention clients.
  • Perform at least one early intervention or CPSE evaluation per week as needed including attendance at IFSP or CPSE meeting.
  • Attend IFSP and/or CPSE meetings for Annual Reviews and/or program changes.
  • Consult with parents, teachers, day care providers, and municipality and school district officials.
  • Attend early intervention/preschool services staff meetings.
  • Attend weekly department meetings.
  • Complete required paperwork in a timely fashion according to agency, local and state guidelines.

Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree required.
  • Must hold ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence, New York State License in Speech-Language Pathology and New York State Education Teacher of the Students with Speech-Language Disabilities Certification.
  • At least 5 years of clinical experience preferred with at least 3 years in early intervention and preschool services.
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills required.
  • Flexibility in managing clinical schedule.
  • Ability to travel to client homes/schools is required (mileage is reimbursed by the College)


Additional Information:
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday, 40 hours per week.

In addition to a base salary, we offer 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. Annual opportunities for funded professional development are also available.


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)
  • RESUME
  • CONTACT INFORMATION FOR REFERENCES

For the complete job posting visit: http://www.strose.edu/officesandresources/employment_opportunities

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

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Posted 21 August 2014: Assistant Professor of Education in Learning Sciences (2 Positions), COLA Education, University of New Hampshire

The Education Department at the University of New Hampshire seeks two full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professors to contribute to research, teaching, and service in the Learning Sciences as part of our faculty beginning August 2015.

The University actively creates and nurtures a dynamic learning environment in which qualified individuals of differing perspectives, life experiences and cultural backgrounds pursue goals with mutual respect and a shared spirit of inquiry. The faculty of the Education Department engages their expertise across the Division of Educator Preparation and the Division of Educational Studies in promoting high quality teaching, commitment to diversity, and transforming research and policy into practice.

The Education Department seeks a scholar with a specialization in Learning Sciences, with an interdisciplinary focus in two or more of the following: cognitive-, social-, and/or cultural- foundations of learning to advance the understanding and practice of teaching and learning, human development, educational psychology, special education, innovative pedagogy and learning environment design, or the interrelationships of schools, community, and culture. Priority will be given to applicants demonstrating strong research preparation, collaboration with colleagues in other disciplines, and/or collaboration with diverse PreK-12 school partners.

 
Acceptable Minimum Qualifications
Requirements for the position include excellence in teaching, a successful record of research and publication, and experience collaborating with PreK-12 schools; on-line teaching experience preferred.
 
Additional Job Information:
Review of applications begins on October 3, 2014. The position announcement and application instructions may be viewed at https://jobs.usnh.edu.

To Apply:
Upload the following required documents at the time of application: a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, a statement of research and teaching interests, and two publications or writing samples.

Three confidential letters of recommendation should be sent (forwarded separately by the referees) to Lisa Ciccotelli at lisa.ciccotelli@unh.edu.

Department information can be found at www.unh.edu/education. Address inquiries regarding the position to Dr. Leslie J. Couse at leslie.couse@unh.edu.

 

480Posted 21 August 2014: Director of Master of Arts in Education at Lancaster Campus, Eastern Mennonite University (VA)

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Director of the Master of Arts in Education program 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. 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. Candidate must possess the ability to work collegially and demonstrate dispositions required for developing a strong record of teaching, service, and scholarship.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: An earned doctoral degree (ABD may be considered) in education and experience as an educator.

Experience: Strong leadership, administrative aptitude, program development skills, and marketing experience preferred. Teacher licensure, higher education experience, scholarly research, and knowledge of NCATE are desirable.

INQUIRIES: Application review will begin immediately. EMU reserves the right to fill this position before the application deadline or to extend the search as circumstances may warrant. Send application, curriculum vitae, transcripts (unofficial acceptable) and three letters of reference to:

Dr. Jim Smucker
Vice President and Dean of Graduate Studies
Eastern Mennonite University
1200 Park Road
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22802

http://www.emu.edu
graduate@emu.edu

Individuals who bring diversity are encouraged to apply.

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Posted 21 August 2014: Director of Master of Arts in Education and Tenure-Track Faculty Position, Eastern Mennonite University (VA)

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Director of the Master of Arts in Education and Tenure-Track Faculty 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.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: An earned doctoral degree in education and experience as an educator.

Experience: Strong leadership, administrative aptitude, program development skills, and marketing experience preferred. Teacher licensure, higher education experience, scholarly research, experience with restorative justice in education, and knowledge of NCATE are desirable.

INQUIRIES:
Application review will begin immediately. EMU reserves the right to fill this position before the application deadline or to extend the search as circumstances may warrant. Send application, curriculum vitae, transcripts (unofficial acceptable) and three letters of reference to:

Dr. Jim Smucker
Vice President and Dean of Graduate Studies
Eastern Mennonite University
1200 Park Road
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22802
http://www.emu.edu
Email: graduate@emu.edu

Individuals who bring diversity are encouraged to apply.

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Posted 20 August 2014: Assistant/Associate Faculty, Science, Technology & Policy, College of Liberal Arts, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Requisition Number: 1235BR

Organization: CLA-Science, Technology and Policy

College/Division: College of Liberal Arts

Posting Rank: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor

Posting Tenure Status: Tenure-Track

Position Title: Instructional Faculty

Detailed Job Description:
The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) seeks applicants for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in the Department of Public Policy beginning in the 2015-16. The program is seeking a teacher-scholar who can contribute to high-quality undergraduate and graduate education and pursue an active program of research and scholarship.

The Public Policy Department offers a B.S. in Public Policy, an M.S. in Science, Technology, and Public Policy, as well as supporting RIT’s general education program. The program is expanding its curricular relationship with other colleges of the university, including engineering, computing and information sciences, and health sciences and technology. More information about our program can be found at http://www.rit.edu/cla/publicpolicy/ .

The area of specialization is open but the successful candidate should demonstrate a clear interest in science and technology policy issues. The successful candidate will demonstrate effective teaching potential in the public policy curriculum; a strong research potential; and, potential for service to the university and community. Candidates with backgrounds that integrate science and engineering fields with the social sciences and humanities are encouraged to apply. A Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree, in an appropriate field, is required prior to the position start date.

To be considered for an appointment at the Associate rank, applicants must have: a record of high-quality research; substantial teaching experience in relevant courses; record of service to the university and community; and, a track record of external funding.

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 statement of diversity.

THE COLLEGE/ DEPARTMENT:

The College of Liberal Arts is one of nine colleges within Rochester Institute of Technology. The College has over 150 faculty in 12 departments in the social sciences, humanities, and the arts. The College currently offers twelve undergraduate degree programs and five Master degrees, serving over 800 students. Undergraduate degrees include Advertising and Public Relations; Criminal Justice; Economics; International Studies; Journalism; Museum Studies, Professional and Technical Communication; Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Policy; and Urban and Community Studies. The graduate degrees are in Applied Experimental and Engineering Psychology (Experimental Psychology); Communication and Media Technologies; School Psychology; Criminal Justice; and Science, Technology, and Public Policy.

All candidates must have:

  • Ph.D. or terminal degree in an appropriate field at time of appointment,
  • A clear interest in policy issues that support the degree programs, and,
  • An ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the college’s continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.

For rank of Assistant Professor, candidates must have:

  • Effective teaching potential in the public policy curriculum,
  • Strong research potential, and,
  • Potential for service to the university and community.

For rank of Associate Professor, candidates must have:

  • Record of high-quality research,
  • Substantial teaching experience in relevant courses,
  • Record of service,
  • A track record of external funding

Minimum Education Qualifications: PhD

How to Apply: Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 1235BR.

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

  • A description of your teaching philosophy
  • Your research agenda
  • One sample publication
  • The names, addresses and phone numbers for three references
  • Contribution to Diversity Statement

You can contact the search committee with questions on the position at: Sandra Rothenberg, Chairslrbbu@rit.edu or 585-475-6032.

Application review will begin October 1st and will continue until an acceptable candidate is found.

174 Posted 20 August 2014: Early Intervention/Preschool Services Clinical Provider, College of St. Rose (NY)

The Early Intervention/Preschool Services Clinical Provider position is responsible for performing speech-language evaluations and therapy services with preschool and early intervention clients of the Emery Center housed within the College. The Center offers a wide array of services including literacy tutoring, psychoeducational evaluations, speech-language evaluations and treatment, audiological evaluations, and related services. Additionally, the Center offers consultative support for children with autism spectrum disorders as well as a social and adaptive behavioral tutorial program.

  • Provide 30-32 sessions per week of speech-language therapy and/or assessments with preschool and early intervention clients.
  • Perform at least one early intervention or CPSE evaluation per week as needed including attendance at IFSP or CPSE meeting.
  • Attend IFSP and/or CPSE meetings for Annual Reviews and/or program changes.
  • Consult with parents, teachers, day care providers, and municipality and school district officials.
  • Attend early intervention/preschool services staff meetings.
  • Attend weekly department meetings.
  • Complete required paperwork in a timely fashion according to agency, local and state guidelines.

Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree required.
  • Must hold ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence, New York State License in Speech-Language Pathology and New York State Education Teacher of the Students with Speech-Language Disabilities Certification.
  • At least 5 years of clinical experience preferred with at least 3 years in early intervention and preschool services.
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills required.
  • Flexibility in managing clinical schedule.
  • Ability to travel to client homes/schools is required (mileage is reimbursed by the College)

For the complete job description and more information on applying, please visit our website at: http://www.strose.edu/officesandresources/employment_opportunities.

To Apply:

Create a College of Saint Rose Employment Account. You can then upload the following documents, which are required for consideration:

  • COVER LETTER (REQUIRED)
  • RESUME
  • CONTACT INFORMATION FOR REFERENCES

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Posted 18 August 2014: International Teaching Opportunity, 2 Instructor Positions in Ecuador (KSU)

Approved Position Title: Instructor REACH 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: $38,000

Work Schedule: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Will involve evening and weekend hours as needed

Screening Date: August 28, 2014 (continue until positions are filled)

Start Date: October 1, 2014

Job Summary: This purpose of this position is to provide Intensive English instruction to young adults through the REACH Language Program in Ecuador. The instructor will be responsible for guiding ongoing assessment, implementing a rigorous curriculum for the development of the English language using a communicative and cognitive approach in order to prepare the young adults to reach a B2 level of language proficiency on the TOEFL. The instructor 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.

The instructor will have to exercise independent discretion and judgment in grading and meeting with the students in his/her sections of the program. Complete curricula will be provided to the instructor; however, he/she will be responsible for instructional practices within his/her classroom, including, but not limited to, those relating to classroom management, student behavior, attendance, submission of assignments, collaboration and communication with other instructors, and assessments. The instructor must be able to make independent, and often immediate, decisions regarding instruction, students, and any issues that may arise on a daily basis.

Job Description/Responsibilities:
The primary duty of the instructor will be to conduct the classroom instruction, assessment, grading, and return of student work in the Intensive English courses offered during the Fall, Spring, and Summer sessions of the Program. Instructors will be expected to collaborate with one another frequently in professional learning communities to share their experiences, provide support, ask questions, and make recommendations for any curriculum refinements and renewals. Each instructor will be responsible for providing progress reports to the Program Director and “YACHAY” Executive members as required.

Other duties will include, but are not limited to, participation in and possible coordination of special activities designed to increase the students’ use of English in the non-classroom setting; conducting office hours during the evening and/or weekends as necessary; assisting students with locating additional learning resources; monitoring student progress through multiple assessments; and providing clear and consistent communication to the Program Director on a weekly base.

Required Qualifications –

Degree: Masters in Education or related field

Experience: 3 years of teaching experience

Other Requirements: Ability to work and live in Ecuador a minimum of 6 months, maximum of 12 months, with opportunities for longer terms based on teaching evaluations and program renewal.

Must have a valid passport and no international travel restrictions.

Preferred Qualifications: English-Spanish bilingualism

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/

Background check required

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

 

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Posted 8 August 2014: Contributing Editor, Journal of Social Work Education
The Journal of Social Work Education is seeking experienced scholars in social work education and related fields who can make studied judgments about manuscripts and provide helpful comments for authors. If you are interested in reviewing manuscripts for JSWE, please send a letter of interest along with a curriculum vitae to jswe@cswe.org.

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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.

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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.

http://www.idpl.org/idpl_careers.html

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.

174Posted 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.

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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

Purpose:
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.

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Posted 8 June 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.

Qualifications
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

(http://facultyrecords.provost.txstate.edu/faculty-employment/application.html),
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

 

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