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Posted 15 June 2017:  Superintendent,  Middletown Board of Education (CT)

The Middletown Board of Education is seeking a Superintendent and invites qualified and interested candidates to apply. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with the Board to create an effective partnership that leads the school district toward a shared vision. It is anticipated that the new superintendent will be elected in September and will assume full responsibilities of the superintendency on or about Nov. 7.
Cooperative Educational Services Executive Searches will facilitate the search. A full list of qualifications and duties can be found on the flyer at

Completed application packets are comprised of the following:
-- Cover letter outlining qualifications for position and interest in this specific position.
-- Copy of updated, complete resume which includes a chronology of work history and educational background and a preferred email address and phone contact.
-- Copy of Connecticut certification 093 or evidence of eligibility.
-- Copies of transcripts for all degrees held from all granting colleges/universities. Finalist candidates will be required to supply official transcripts.
-- Three signed letters of reference from current or former employers and professional contacts.(Please limit reference letters to three letters written within the past two years.)

Completed application packets are due via email to Cooperative Educational Services by 2 p.m. on Aug. 3
Application packets MUST be submitted as ONE PDF file and emailed to
Applications will be reviewed upon receipt so that initial screening interviews may be conducted prior to the application deadline.

All inquiries related to the open position should be directed to: Tom Jokubaitis (203-910-5743 or Jim Ritchie (203-313-9544 or

Posted 15 June 2017: Assistant Professor, Special Education, Northwest Missouri State University

PRIMARY DUTY: The School of Education is seeking a reflective educator with a strong background and ability to successfully:
  1. Teach graduate and undergraduate Early Childhood courses using Constructivism as the core philosophy and a culturally responsive curriculum framework.
  2. Supervise Early Childhood Practica and field experiences.
  3. Work in collaboration with the Early Childhood Program Coordinator on Undergraduate and Graduate Program development.
  4. Collaborate with the University K-6 Laboratory School (Horace Mann Elementary) and Preschool (Leet Center) and its staff to facilitate evidence based learning for young children as well as college education majors and graduate students.
  5. Undergraduate and Graduate Student Advisement
  6. Collaborate with public schools and area agencies
  7. Participate actively in Department, College and University Initiatives
Education:  Earned Doctorate in Early Childhood Education; or ABD-status in Early Childhood Education; or a Specialist Degree in areas of need or related field with commitment to pursue a doctorate will be considered (appointment will be at instructor level until doctorate is complete); A very strong foundation in developmentally appropriate practices, emergent curriculum for young children, and constructivist behavioral guidance.
      Experience: At least 2 years teaching experience in an Early Childhood Classroom; Supervision/ mentoring pre-service / in-service teachers;
      Skills: Integration of technology in teaching; excellent communication skills; collaboration skills and the ability to work well with others toward common goals; strong organizational skill
      Certification / License: Driver’s License and ability to travel to off-campus observation/practicum experiences
      International Travel: Faculty member will need to possess valid passport for international travel to take students on Study Abroad programs.
      Education: Rich background in Early Childhood Special Education and/or Reggio Emilia approach
      Certification/License: Early Childhood / Early Childhood Special Education Certification
      Experience: Teaching or supervision / mentor experience in Early Childhood inclusive settings;
      Skills: Reflective Supervision / Mentor skills.           
The successful candidate will be prepared to teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses in face-to-face, videoconferencing (Zoom/Skype), and online formats; have relevant classroom experience, and experience teaching in early childhood. Other responsibilities will include student advisement, accreditation and assessment for School and University levels, leading PK-University collaboration with public schools toward new program development, community involvement with early childhood programs such as Head Start and related programs, active participation in department, college and university initiatives directed toward excellence in the teacher education program, as well as fulfilling a faculty team member role in the overall work of the School of Education. Summer courses may be available. Primary duties for specific areas of need included below.
  1. Teach 12-13 undergraduate or graduate credit hours per trimester in an area of need in a variety of formats including online, face-to-face, and/or blended, as well as teaching at different sites; summer teaching may be possible.
  2. Supervise students in various field experiences and practicums at various sites
  3. Skill in development and expansion of PK-12-university partnerships to assist both entities
  4. Actively participate in department, college, and university initiatives to ensure quality programs and state and national accreditation and overall excellence in the teacher education program
  5. Advisement, recruitment and retention of students at the undergraduate and graduate level
  6. Collaboration within School, and with department, college, university faculty and staff, educators in PK-12 environments, and area agencies
  7. Pursue scholarly work at the local, regional, and national levels. ...

For the complete job posting, please click HERE.
Posted 15 June 2017: Assistant Professor of Elementary Physical Education and Health, Department of Health and Human Development, Western Washington University

About the Position:  The Kinesiology and Physical Education Program of the Health and Human Development (HHD) Department at Western Washington University is seeking one full-time tenure track Assistant Professor of Elementary Physical Education and Health beginning September 2018.

About the Department:   The HHD Department is the largest department at Western.  There are currently over 500 undergraduates enrolled in the three programs of Health, Recreation and Kinesiology and Physical Education.  The department’s faculty members are dedicated to teaching, involved in research, and active in professional organizations.  The department supports Western’s mission to bring together individuals of diverse backgrounds and perspectives in an inclusive, student-centered university that develops the potential of learners and the well-being of communities, and encourages applications from diverse candidates.

About the Kinesiology and Physical Education Program:  The Kinesiology and Physical Education Program serves over 325 undergraduate majors.  The Physical Education program serves up to 40 majors offering an undergraduate degree in Physical Education and Health P-12 (BAE) leading to an endorsement in health and fitness for grades P-12. The kinesiology program offers specializations in Movement Studies, Sport Psychology, Health and Fitness Specialist, Pre-Physical Therapy and Pre-Healthcare Professions.  An undergraduate minor in Sport Psychology is also offered.  Additionally, the graduate program in Human Movement and Performance offers two tracks, Sport Psychology and Exercise Science.

Position Responsibilities:  The Department, the College and the University value teaching and expect each person hired to be an exemplary teacher (including use of effective strategies such as varied teaching formats, timely feedback, etc.); to be current in his/her discipline; to engage students actively in their own learning; to maintain high standards regarding course content; and to be available to students through regularly scheduled office hours in keeping with department policy.  Those hired are expected to participate in scholarly and/or creative activity, and perform career related services roles on and off campus.
It is expected that the successful candidate be able to carry out the following responsibilities:
  • Undergraduate advising and supervision of practicum work
  • Demonstrate leadership in scholarly and/or creative activity
  • Perform career related services roles on and off campus
Required Qualifications:
  • Ph.D or other terminal degree in Physical Education Pedagogy or a related field (elementary emphasis) by June 15 2018
  • Demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching at the university level
  • Demonstrated potential for excellence in scholarship as evidenced by an active research program in physical education or related area
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Ability to teach the following undergraduate courses:
    • Elementary Physical Education Methods
    • Elementary Physical Education Practicum
    • Practicum in Physical Education
    • Physical Education for Elementary School

• Fitness Instruction and Leadership

  • Demonstrated competence in and commitment to cultivating learning environments that are equitable and inclusive of students with diverse backgrounds and social identities
  • Evidence of successful college level teaching
  • Experience advising undergraduate students and supervising practicum work
  • Demonstrated ability to provide leadership in curriculum development and overall Physical Education Pedagogy program administration
  • Demonstrated involvement in state and national physical education professional associations. ...
For the complete posting, please click HERE.
Posted 15 June 2017:   Director of Diversity & Inclusion, New Canaan Country School (CT)
... This position, to begin July 2017, is a senior administrative position which reports directly to the Head of School and includes membership on the school’s senior administrative council. The Director will lead the effort toward the goal of developing culturally competent students and adults. Working in collaboration with departments across the school, s/he will establish consistent and comprehensive programming and services as well as partner with students, faculty and staff, parents and the board in support of these efforts. The successful candidate will have broad school or other relevant experience and a proven record of success in leading similar efforts at other institutions. Furthermore, this person will be conversant with a range of models for teaching cultural competency and will be prepared to guide this community in developing the best model for New Canaan Country School.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Provide strategic leadership toward final review, implementation and ongoing evaluation of the adopted Diversity & Inclusion Interim Strategic Plan.
• In collaboration with the Division Heads, Heads of Departments and Grade Level Teachers, assess and support the development of a diversity and inclusion curriculum, both in content and delivery; ultimately, the school should establish a scope and sequence for incorporating cultural competency throughout grades pre-K through nine.
• Participate in recruitment efforts to attract, develop, motivate and retain a diverse faculty and staff.
• Develop and support a range of professional development experiences in diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging to meet the learning needs of faculty and staff.
• Partner with the enrollment team to help source/identify, recruit and retain a diverse student body.
• Provide ongoing programming that engages students, their families, faculty and staff, and trustees in the area of diversity and inclusion and related topics.
• Create, support and network with the various diversity and inclusion-related groups within the school’s internal and external communities.
• Support and develop student diversity leadership.
• Act as a resource for faculty and staff in providing academic, emotional and social support for students and families of diverse backgrounds. • Serve as a liaison to NCCS’s Horizons Student Enrichment Program and other regional social/educational programs.
• Partner with the communications and marketing team to develop a messaging strategy and to develop engaging content to share across channels with internal and external audiences.

Experience Required: Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree preferred, and significant experience in creating, implementing, managing and assessing educational programs. The successful candidate will have exceptional communication skills, strong interpersonal skills and a sincere, open manner. An entrepreneurial spirit, the capacity to think strategically and the ability to successfully navigate and lead diverse and non-diverse communities are vital attributes.

 Contact Information: Interested candidates should contact: John Faubert | Ada McElroy | 617-933-3435 | 617-933-3431 Please do not contact the school directly. ...

For the complete job posting, click HERE
Posted 15 June 2017: Assistant Professor, Human Sexuality and Social Justice, Widener University (PA)

Appointment: One-year visiting faculty appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor, to begin August 2017. Salary for 10-month contract commensurate with experience.

Responsibilities: This role will include teaching four graduate courses each semester (Fall and Spring) in the areas of human sexuality and/or social justice. These courses may include, depending on fit: Core Concepts in Human Sexuality, Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Human Sexuality, and History and Ethics in Human Sexuality. Additional duties may include doctoral dissertation committee assignments, academic unit committee assignments in the Center and the work related to those assignments, and student-oriented professional development activities.

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Posted 13 June 2017: Multiple Positions, Archer School for Girls (CA)

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The Archer School for Girls is an educational community that supports and challenges young women to discover their passions and realize their true potential. Serving 490 girls in grades 6-12, Archer’s joyful and ambitious learning environment is based on the latest research on how girls learn best. Archer’s World Language courses emphasize spontaneous, fluid conversation in the target language while enhancing cultural awareness and expanding global perspectives.  Language courses develop students’ skills in all core areas with an emphasis on speaking and listening....
To apply, please click on this link:
No phone calls, please.  More information on Archer can be found at


Posted 28 May 2017: Scholar In Residence, Indigenous Nations Studies, Portland State University (OR)

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Portland State University invites applications for a one-year Scholar-in-Residence position in Indigenous Nations Studies (INST) to commence on September 16, 2017. The one-year Scholar-in-Residence appointment period is for the academic year, from September 16, 2017 to June 15, 2018. Upon review, this appointment may be renewable for an additional year. The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in any area of Indigenous/Native American Studies and Indigenous scholars from across the disciplinary and interdisciplinary spectrum are encouraged to apply. Research expertise in one or more of the following areas will be considered an asset: Indigenous Nationhood Studies, Indigenous ways of knowing and epistemologies, the history of Indigenous-Settler relations and decolonization, and Indigenous recovery, revitalization, and reclamation. The Scholar-in-Residence will bring greater national recognition to the scholarship of the Indigenous Nations Studies Program and the School of Gender, Race and Nations (SGRN):

The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in any area of Indigenous/Native American Studies and Indigenous scholars from across the disciplinary and interdisciplinary spectrum are encouraged to apply.

The successful candidate must also have excellent interpersonal skills, personal and academic integrity, and be a creative and energetic individual with a demonstrated interest in advancing areas such as Indigenous knowledge, tribal sovereignty, critical race theories, insurgent research, decolonizing methodologies, Indigenous science and Indigenous law....

Questions: Please contact Dr. Dr. Cornel Pewewardy

Posted 28 May 2017: Multiple Teaching Positions, Archer School for Girls (CA)

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The Archer School for Girls is an educational community that supports and challenges young women to discover their passions and realize their true potential. Serving 490 girls in grades 6-12, Archer’s joyful and ambitious learning environment is based on the latest research on how girls learn best. Archer’s World Language courses emphasize spontaneous, fluid conversation in the target language while enhancing cultural awareness and expanding global perspectives.  Language courses develop students’ skills in all core areas with an emphasis on speaking and listening....
To apply, please click on this link:
No phone calls, please.  More information on Archer can be found at

Posted 22 May 2017:  Learning in Community and Schools Education Specialist, Western Washington University
About the Position: Woodring College of Education (WCE) seeks an experienced educator to facilitate the Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) Program.  The primary function of the LinCS Specialist is to work closely with faculty to coordinate, monitor, and evaluate quality, course-based, service-learning placements for WCE teacher education students. This is a permanent .80 FTE position funded for 10 months during the academic year. 

Required Qualifications:
  • BA/BS degree in education, human services or related field
  • Minimum of four years’ experience working in P-20 educational settings with at least two years advising college students
  • Demonstrated experience with service-learning pedagogy and collaborative partnership development
  • Demonstrated ability to work with underrepresented diverse individuals and groups, on and off campus
  • Demonstrated experience as liaison between faculty, staff, and students
  • Strong interpersonal and relationship development skills
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to manage logistical details
  • Computer skills, including word programming, Excel, statistical analysis programs and web-based communication tools, Google Docs, web-based course management systems (Canvas preferred)
Closing Date Notes: Application review begins June 9, 2017; position is open until filled
For additional qualifications and information please click here Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) Education Specialist

Posted 22 May 2017: Research Associate Professor, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

View the complete job description and apply here.

Requisition Number:  3161BR
College/Division: National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Faculty Discipline: Engineering (Accessibility Product Design and Development)
Posting Tenure Status:  Non-Tenure-Track Research
Anticipated Start Date: August 01, 2017


This position is specifically within the NTID Access Technology Laboratory and Program (NATLP). NATLP’s mission is to investigate, evaluate, and report on the most effective and efficient use of access technologies and train individuals in their use in order to accelerate the widespread implementation of best practices within deaf education at the postsecondary level. This NATLP creates a collaborative network of individuals from RIT and other universities, as well as from industry and professional organizations, to promote research and development of access technologies that will positively impact postsecondary educational experiences for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals.
The Research Associate Professor will be responsible for leading selected NTID efforts improving the accessibility needs of deaf and hard-of-hearing students through innovative access technologies. This includes working with faculty members, researchers and students in the conceptualization, design, development, testing and building of engineering projects that address the needs

Posted 16 May 2017: Assistant Professor of Childhood Education, State University of New York at Oswego

Posting Date: May 8, 2017
Review Date: Review of applications will begin June 1, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. In addition, the State University of New York provides an excellent benefit package. For more information on benefits for full-time United University Professions (UUP) faculty, visit: or

Date of Appointment: August 2017

Description of Responsibilities:
The Assistant Professor of Childhood Education will teach childhood methods and practicum in our clinically-enhanced childhood program, and could also teach courses in literacy education, other methods of education, and/or supervise student teaching depending on interests and expertise. Will coordinate communication among, and collaborate with, Curriculum and Instruction Department faculty who deliver the program, Arts and Sciences faculty who co-deliver the concentration content courses, and with area urban, rural and suburban partner schools. These programs are committed to authentic learning and teaching for social justice, and have a wide range of Professional School Partnerships in diverse contexts.
In addition, this position will be expected to display a demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching and scholarship, commitment to undergraduate and/or graduate education, and possess communication and interpersonal skills sufficient to work effectively with an increasingly diverse array of students and colleagues.

Required Qualifications: Ph.D. in Childhood Education, Curriculum & Instruction, or related field or ABD with completion of degree within two years of appointment.

Preferred Qualifications: Diverse K-6 teaching experience, higher education teaching experience in childhood education, literacy and/or language arts education preferred. Demonstrated commitment to teaching for social justice and collaboration with schools.

To Apply: Submit a letter of application addressing qualifications, a copy of unofficial transcripts, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references to:
If you have any questions about the position, please call or e-mail:
Marcia M. Burrell, Department Chair
Official transcripts are required prior to hiring. Files must be complete to be considered....

For the complete job posting, please CLICK HERE.

Posted 28 April 2017: Multiple Teaching Positions, Archer School for Girls (CA)

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The Archer School for Girls is an educational community that supports and challenges young women to discover their passions and realize their true potential. Serving 490 girls in grades 6-12, Archer’s joyful and ambitious learning environment is based on the latest research on how girls learn best. Archer’s World Language courses emphasize spontaneous, fluid conversation in the target language while enhancing cultural awareness and expanding global perspectives.  Language courses develop students’ skills in all core areas with an emphasis on speaking and listening.
Beyond competitive pay and benefits, faculty enjoy working in a collegial, growth-oriented, and joyful community.  We seek faculty who will contribute to an equitable and just learning environment.  Integral to its mission, Archer has remained passionately committed to cultivating a diverse and inclusive community where all students can thrive personally and academically. 
To apply, please click on this link:
No phone calls, please.  More information on Archer can be found at
Posted 27 April 2017: Instructor, Part-Time, Early Childhood Education, Leslie University (MA)

Job Description: 
This position will teach primarily in the first and second year core program in the early childhood sequence. Courses include early childhood development (3 hours/week - 2 class sessions) and group supervision of field internships (2 groups for 1 hour week each). Faculty visit sites three times per semester serving as a liaison between the student, the job site, and the Threshold Program and provide support to students with learning challenges by e-mail and phone as well as in-person. Training students on the use of mass transit is integral. Developing and maintaining internship sites for students with disabilities is an essential feature of this position. On-going curriculum development and revision is a major feature of this position. Participation in weekly 90-minute Threshold Faculty meetings, 8 professional staff development days, and participation in the larger Lesley faculty community is an expectation of this position. 

For the complete posting, please CLICK HERE.


? Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education or Early Elementary Education. 

? Paid experience in pre-school classroom settings. 

? Current knowledge of Massachusetts regulations pertaining to the operation of pre-schools and daycare centers, and the requirements to prepare student for the DEEC "teacher" qualification. 

? Supervisory experience with an emphasis on working with special education student strengths. 

? Knowledge of teaching techniques, child development, behavior management, curriculum development and the current state of the art textbooks in early childhood education. 

? Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to give concrete, direct, and directive feedback. 

? Must be able to work collaboratively with colleagues, daycare operators, families, and students. 

? Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills, with an emphasis upon writing narrative student evaluations, parental communications and popular press articles. 

? Good organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills. 

? Ability to be flexible. 

? Must be authorized to work in the United States; if you hold a visa, your visa status must allow you to work at Lesley University. 

Preferred Qualifications: 

? Experience in SPED, Transition or Vocational Education. 

? CPR and first aid certification. 

Additional Information: 
Part-time = 17.5 hours. 2-3 days. Fixed teaching time. Flexible supervisory time. Approximate student caseload of 8 students. Wednesday faculty meetings 12-1:1:30 PM. This is a 9-month Faculty position. ...

Application Instructions: 
A cover letter, CV/resume, and contact information for three references must be included for full consideration. Applications will be reviewed upon the establishment of an appropriate pool of candidates. 

To Apply: 

For consideration, please use the link below to apply online via our website. 

Posted 27 April 2017: Multiple openings, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

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* Mathematical Sciences Lecturer, 3072BR COS
* Physics and Astronomy Lecturer, 3107BR COS
* Computer Security, 3100BR  GCCIS
* Business Lecturer, 3086BR NTID


Posted 19 April 2017:  2017 Future Faculty Career Exploration ProgramSeptember 27 – 30 1, 2017
The Rochester Institute of Technology’s Future Faculty Career Exploration Program (FFCEP) is now accepting applications for the class of 2017. Apply today at
Program Description: 
FFCEP is a cornerstone of our Rochester Institute of Technology's recruitment strategy, designed to increase the diversity of faculty at RIT. This innovative program is key to RIT's diversity goals, as it attracts scholars nearing the end of their doctoral or MFA studies, as well as post-docs and junior faculty, to visit RIT for a prospective look.
FFCEP allows RIT deans and department chairs to engage with invited scholars in discussions about their academic work and career interests. Participants are able to discover RIT's unique teaching and research philosophies. They can converse with administration about current open faculty positions, or ones that may become available in the near future. If selected to participate in the program, individuals are eligible for an all-expenses-paid trip to visit RIT, located in Rochester, New York.
Individuals who meet the following criteria are eligible to apply:
-- Able to 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 under-served in teaching professions at RIT.
-- Within a year or two of receiving, or already received, a PhD or MFA degree, Postdoctoral assignment or a junior level faculty.
-- Desire a rewarding academic teaching and research career at an exceptional institution.
-- Receiving degrees in disciplines offered at RIT.  For a complete list of programs offered, visit
-- Demonstrate a potential to fill current or anticipated vacancies.
-- Able to travel to Rochester, New York, for the duration of the entire program. 

Apply Today!
Application Deadline is May 1, 2017Apply online today!
To be considered for the program, please fill out and submit theonline application, and attach the following documents:
--CV (curriculum vitae)
--Cover letter that includes your diversity statement
--Research Statement (one page)
--Teaching Statement (one page)

Email or call 585-475-5775.
Posted 14 April 2017: Dean of Nurse Education and Medical Imaging, Bunker Hill Community College

Bunker Hill Community College 
(, a multi-campus institution, nationally recognized as a Leader college by Achieving the Dream, is accepting nominations and applications for the position of Dean of Nurse Education and Medical Imaging. Reporting to the Associate Provost, the Dean is responsible for the administration and leadership of the Division that includes Associate Degree programs in Registered Nursing, Cardiac Sonography, General Sonography and Medical Radiography and certificate programs in Practical Nursing, Computed Tomography, Imaging Informatics, Magnetic Resonance and Mammography. Please visit for more information.

The ideal candidate will be a nurse; have a Master's degree preferably in a health-related discipline; a current license to practice nursing in the State of Massachusetts or eligibility for licensure in the State; professional certification and or licensure in a specialty area in nursing is encouraged; successful academic administrative experience in higher education or equivalent experience in health care; knowledge of program accreditation requirements; experience working in a health care organization with strong clinical affiliation; successful college-level teaching experience and experience in the recruitment, evaluation, professional development and supervision of faculty and/or staff. Experience sufficient to fulfill the ACEN requirements to be Nursing Program Administrator preferred.

Submit application materials to Cheryl Hyatt at Applications include a letter of interest, a current résumé/cv, and contact information for five professional references. Submit all in separate documents. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to May 12, 2017 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential. Bunker Hill Community College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Woman, people of color, persons with disabilities and others are strongly encouraged to apply.
For more information contact:  Cheryl Hyatt - 724-242-0476
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Posted 12 April 2017: Assistant Professor of Pk-12 Educational Administration, New Mexico State University 

Appointment: 9-month, tenure-track position 

Salary: Competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience 

Located in a unique geographical and multicultural region in the southern part of the state, New Mexico State University is a comprehensive land-grant institution as well as a minority and Hispanic serving university. The University is designated a Doctoral/Research University-Extensive by the Carnegie Foundation. NMSU offers more than 70 undergraduate programs and 72 graduate degrees in seven different colleges. 

Required Qualifications: Earned doctorate in educational administration or similar degree; successful principalship and/or leadership experience in Pk-12 schools; experience with diverse students and communities; readiness to carry out distance education in a variety of modes; ability and desire to carry out scholarship and creative activity as defined by NMSU policy; interest in Southwest communities, including those that are bilingual, immigrant, and indigenous; willingness to collaborate with colleagues in the department, college, and university; willingness to collaborate with educators in local public school districts. Candidate must have earned doctorate in hand prior to starting employment. 

Preferred Qualifications: Ability to instruct students and educational leaders in data-driven decision making and understand its use as part of educational leader effectiveness determination. Desire to pursue outside funding sources in support of programs, scholarship, teaching, and/or activities related to department mission. 

Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate and graduate students; advise Master’s and doctoral students; supervise dissertations and administrative internships, and serve on dissertation committees. Ability to provide instruction and professional development in data-guided decision making, especially with regard to improving student learning; school accountability systems; and teacher and principal evaluation based on evidence of student learning. Additional responsibilities include doing scholarship and service in support of the department’s mission: “To prepare and graduate capable, skillful, and dynamic educational leaders for a diverse society. Through the use of theory and practice we aim to develop change agents and role models for socially-just educational systems.” The successful candidate is expected to embrace and demonstrate the six core values of the College of Education: Excellence, Integrity, Diversity, Transparency, Leadership, and Innovation. 

Benefits: Group medical and hospital insurance, group life insurance, long-term disability insurance, state educational retirement, workers’ compensation. Opportunity for educational advancement. 

Application: 1) Submit a letter of application setting forth your qualifications; 2) Include a current resume or curriculum vitae that lists names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of four persons who can provide information on your qualifications; 3) Submit a one to two-page written statement, separate from your letter of application, describing highlights of your administrative experience. Describe how administrative experiences and diversity issues have influenced your orientation to and core beliefs of education administration. Further, describe how diversity issues have influenced and/or been a part of your work in teaching, research, service, and/or outreach; 4) Provide unofficial transcripts of all graduate work. 

All applications must be submitted electronically to NMSU’s on-line applicant tracking system. To do so, please go to and create your account and follow the instructions as they are provided upon logging in to the site. Initial review of applications will begin May 6, 2017 and will continue until position is filled. Successful candidate may begin employment as early as August, 2017. For questions regarding the job posting you may contact Drs. Kristin Kew (, 575-646-4081) or Dana Christman (, 575-646-7330), Search Committee Co-chairs.


Posted 12 April 2017: Tenure Track Assistant/Associate Professor in Graduate Education, College of St. Scholastica (MN)
The College of St. Scholastica is seeking a dynamic, collaborative Assistant or Associate Professor in Graduate Education for a tenure track position. This is a full-time, 9-month position scheduled to begin Fall Semester 2017.  The successful candidate will teach research and other courses in the fully online Master of Education program. He/she will advise students; serve on department and college committees; and engage in professional and scholarly work. Other duties may include curriculum writing and course development. Extended contract, including summer months, may be required dependent on program needs. Although this is a 100% online program, there is an expectation that the faculty member establish a physical presence on the Duluth campus.
Required Qualifications:
- Ed.D or Ph.D in Education or related field completed by August 2017
- Interested in teaching and advising graduate level research students
- Minimum 5 years experience in teaching K-12 learners
- Commitment to inclusive excellence
- Demonstrated excellence in teaching
- Online teaching and/or learning experience
- Evidence of research and scholarship
- Excellent communication, problem solving and interpersonal skills
Preferred Qualifications:
- Higher Education teaching experience
- Experience working with adult learners
- Knowledge and application of emerging technologies and educational theories to enhance student learning
- Successful experience working with and teaching culturally and linguistically diverse students
The College of St. Scholastica is a vibrant, growing independent private college with its main campus overlooking Lake Superior in Duluth, Minnesota, extended campuses throughout Minnesota, and emerging health sciences campuses in Arizona.  Since 1912, The College of St. Scholastica (CSS) has been preparing students for a life of purpose and meaningful work by emphasizing the Catholic Benedictine values upon which it was founded.
The College serves an enrollment of approximately 4,400 students in undergraduate and graduate degree programs throughout six schools— nursing, arts & letters, business and technology, education, health sciences, and sciences. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks CSS among the best colleges and universities in the region for academic excellence and Money Magazine has cited the College in the top third of all four-year colleges in the country based on graduation rates, educational quality, affordability, and alumni earnings.
For more information and to apply, visit  The College of St. Scholastica is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating an educational and work environment that is rich in diversity, inclusive and supportive of all students, faculty and staff. Individuals from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. While there is no religious requirement, we are interested in individuals who value and support the rich Catholic Benedictine heritage of the College of St. Scholastica.

Posted 5 April 2017: Vice President for Student Life, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the nation’s oldest and among the top-ranked private, technological research universities, seeks a highly accomplished leader to serve as the Vice President for Student Life.
Under the leadership of President Shirley Ann Jackson, Ph.D., Rensselaer offers degrees from five schools: Engineering; Science; Architecture; Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences; and, the Lally School of Management, as well as an interdisciplinary degree in Information Technology.  Institute programs serve undergraduates, graduate students and working professionals around the world.  The Institute’s long-standing reputation draws students from across the U.S. and the globe.  Rensselaer offers more than 145 programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels.  The university provides rigorous, engaging, interactive learning environments and campus-wide opportunities for leadership, collaboration and creativity.
The University currently enrolls 5,539 undergraduates and 1,166 graduate students in residential programs.  Also, Rensselaer enrolls graduate students in engineering, science and management programs at Rensselaer at Hartford. ...
About the Position
 The new Vice President for Student Life will be a champion for building on a tradition of school pride and spirit. This is a unique opportunity for a high-energy person with a shared leadership approach to maximize the talents of a strong staff in creating a vibrant and engaging campus community in which students experience a strong sense of pride in the history and traditions of the institution. ...   

The Successful Candidate
 The successful candidate must have a comprehensive knowledge of the issues and opportunities of a private technological research university, a commitment to furthering a high level of cooperation between student life and academics, and a willingness to continue to develop Rensselaer’s already strong student life program.
Additional qualifications include: the ability to assess, understand and be a key advocate for a healthy campus climate; a commitment to contribute to Rensselaer’s ongoing effort to promote a diverse and open campus community; competence with the use of research and assessment tools to monitor progress in meeting goals; a demonstrated record of success in managing conflict; the ability to develop and maintain productive community and campus partnerships; the proven ability to collaborate, both effectively and with enthusiasm; and strong strategic planning skills. Candidates must have evidence of depth of experience with organizational change as well as a proven ability to achieve buy-in and ownership of change. 
Candidates must have a results-oriented approach to Student Life and a reputation among students that reflects a deep personal and professional commitment to participating with students in the life of the campus.  The incumbent will also have an appreciation for the important role that athletics plays in the healthful development of the scholar athlete. It is essential that candidates have a track record of success in working with all financial aspects and management of student life related facilities and services.  Evidence of collaborative work with all areas of an institution and exemplary communication skills are also required. The position requires a minimum of ten years of progressive leadership experience in a senior student life staff position. Preference will be given to candidates who have earned a doctoral degree and to Masters level candidates who have considerable experience in the Student Life units reflected in this announcement.

How to Apply
Interested candidates should send a letter of application and resume that relates the applicant’s skills, abilities, knowledge, and professional experiences to the stated qualifications for the position and notable achievements. The packet should be sent to  The subject line in the email should be VPSLRPI. 
Confidential inquiries may be made by contacting Megan Spelman at or at 585-366-4329.
For full consideration, all materials should be received by May 5, 2017.  The process will continue until the position is filled. 

For the complete posting, please CLICK HERE.

Posted 4 April 2017: Multiple positions, Associate/Full Professor of Professional Practice, Columbia University 
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) at Columbia University invites applications for one or more positions at the rank of Associate Professor of Professional Practice or Professor of Professional Practice specializing in sustainable management, bioethics, applied psychology, or related fields. Faculty will be expected to teach courses in one or more of the following areas:
-environmental economics
-sustainable finance and investing
-quantitative analysis
-philosophy/environmental ethics
-human rights/social justice
-applied psychology

This position will begin on July 1, 2017. This is a full-time appointment with multi-year renewal contingent on successful review.

Successful candidates will exhibit a commitment to excellence in teaching, mentoring, instructional design, and professional practice and/or scholarship.

Ideal candidates will hold a doctoral degree, terminal degree, or its professional equivalent in economics, social and/or political philosophy, psychology, or related areas.

For more information, and to apply, please go to:

Posted 4 April 2017Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Discipline, Columbia University 

The School of Professional Studies (SPS) at Columbia University invites applications for a full-time position at the rank of Lecturer in Discipline or Senior Lecturer in Discipline, specializing in sustainable management, bioethics, applied psychology, or a related field. Faculty will be expected to teach courses in one or more of the following areas:

-environmental economics
-sustainable finance and investing
-quantitative analysis
-philosophy/environmental ethics
-human rights/social justice
-applied psychology

Faculty in these ranks will teach a number of SPS master's degree courses across programs. This position will begin on July 1, 2017. This is a full-time appointment with multi-year renewal contingent on successful review.

The successful candidate will exhibit a commitment to excellence in teaching, mentoring, instructional design, and professional practice and/or scholarship.

The ideal candidate will hold a doctoral degree, terminal degree, or its professional equivalent in economics, business, statistics, law, medicine, social and/or political philosophy, psychology, or in another related area.
For more information, and to apply, please go to:

Posted 31 March 2017:  Associate Director, The Archer Fund

The Archer School for Girls is an educational community that supports and challenges young women to discover their passions and realize their true potential.
  • We provide a rigorous, integrated college preparatory curriculum that fosters critical thinking and intellectual curiosity.
  • We create and sustain a collaborative teaching and learning environment that explores and refines the ways girls learn best.
  • We help girls to become leaders and life-long learners, strengthening their capacity to contribute positively to their communities.
  • We strengthen girls’ voices in a diverse and culturally rich environment.
  • We embrace possibility, promote challenge-seeking and support risk-taking.
  • We encourage girls to develop meaningful relationships with peers and faculty rooted in honesty, respect and responsibility.
  • We graduate courageous, committed and ethical young women who take responsibility for their own physical, financial and emotional well-being.
Job Title:  Associate Director of the Archer Fund
We are currently seeking a full-time Associate Director of the Archer Fund who will work closely with the Director of Advancement to promote and advance the institution.  Primary responsibilities include management of the Archer Fund, an annual giving program for all constituencies, and the management of a Corporate and Foundation Giving Program.
Nature & Scope of Duties:
  • Primarily responsible for strategy and implementation of the Parent and Trustee phases of Archer’s annual giving campaign
  • Trains and manages parent volunteers in implementing the peer-to-peer fundraising plan
  • Identifies key areas of increased funding for all constituencies and develops new relationships
  • Implements growth strategy for corporate sponsorship and foundation giving
  • Works closely with the Board of Trustees and the Advancement Committee
Key Skills and Qualifications:
  • Self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit; ability to work independently and as part of a team; innovative and seeks a challenge
  • Superior interpersonal skills
  • Ability to collaborate and effectively interface with colleagues and volunteers
  • Superior organizational, time management, oral and written communication skills
  • A good sense of humor, enthusiasm for a high-energy work environment, and collegial manner
  • Proficient using MS office and experienced using a donor database 
  • Able to work evenings and weekends as required
  • High level of diplomacy and discretion when dealing with sensitive information 
Required Education & Experience:
Candidates must have proven experience developing and executing a successful strategy to secure foundation and corporate support for institutional programs and priorities.  Candidates should be familiar with annual giving programs for parents in a school setting.   
The ideal candidate will have knowledge of and experience with prospect research, gift solicitation, donor stewardship and cultivation. This position also requires excellent business writing skills, attention to detail, accuracy, and meeting deadlines, the ability to be discrete and collaborative, and a working knowledge of a donor data system.  Candidates must be able to understand and assess opportunities quickly based on the organization’s programs, events, and community initiatives, while working with various areas of the organization to obtain information needed for effective proposals and solicitations.
To apply please click on the link below:
No phone calls, please.  More information on Archer can be found at
Posted 31 March 2017: Dean, Division of Social Science and Humanities, Presentation College

Presentation College (, is seeking a creative, dynamic and innovative individual to provide leadership to The Social Science and Humanities Division of the College. Under the direction of the Vice President of Academics, the Dean will provide leadership in social sciences and humanities courses and oversight of academic programs including Business, Management, Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Communications, Interdisciplinary Studies, and American Studies....

For the complete posting, please CLICK HERE.

  • Doctorate or currently pursuing a doctorate is required
  • Established record of teaching, advising, research, and service within the disciplines in the Division
  • Minimum of five year's leadership experience in postsecondary academic administrative leadership experience and achievement in positions of progressively increasing responsibility
  • Demonstrated experience in curriculum development, budget management, research and supervision, development and evaluation of faculty
  • Experience in a team–based, collaborative environment with proven consensus-building skills
  • Demonstrated commitment to the philosophy and mission of Presentation College
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to relate to students, staff, and faculty of varied ethnicity, ages, backgrounds, and abilities
  • Demonstrated ability to use computer information systems for data collection, reporting, and analysis
  • Project management and problem-solving skills with the ability to use computer information systems for data collection, analysis and reporting to identify trends and needs
Presentation College is an independent Catholic higher educational institution sponsored by the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary( (PBVM). The College split across campuses in Aberdeen(,_South_Dakota), and Sioux Falls(,_South_Dakota) in South Dakota( and Fairmont, Minnesota(,_Minnesota). Founded in 1951, Presentation has a current enrollment of 821 students and is known for its excellence in academics, offering Bachelor of Science, Associate of Science, Associate of Arts, and Certificate programs....

Presentation College is being assisted by the partners of Hyatt-Fennell. Nominations and application materials should be submitted to Cheryl Hyatt at Applications include a letter of interest, a current résumé/cv, and contact information for five professional references and should be submitted in separate documents. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to May 5, 2017 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential.

For more information contact:
Cheryl Hyatt - 724-242-0476

Apply Here:

Posted 31 March 2017: Assistant Professor of Elementary Education, Grand Valley State University (MI)

The College of Education at Grand Valley State University invites applications for a full time, tenure-track, Assistant Professor of Elementary Education position beginning the fall semester of 2017.

Qualifications include a Doctorate in Elementary Education or closely related field, with specialized knowledge of pedagogy and teaching practices related to elementary (K-8) education.  ABD Candidates will be considered if doctoral degree is completed before August 2017.  Primary responsibilities include:  supervising elementary student teachers and/or assistant teachers, teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses, advise students, and foster inclusive practices among students, faculty, university and community, and engage in scholarship related to the discipline. 

A full description is available on our website:

Interested applicants should apply online at Please include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a list of three references. The online application system allows candidates to attach these documents electronically. If you need assistance or have questions, call Human Resources at (616) 331-2215. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Posted 29 March 2017: Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, College of the Environment, University of Washington

The University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoys outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty. 

The College of the Environment has an outstanding opportunity for an Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.   The Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion works to position the College of the Environment as a national leader in the establishment of programs to increase the participation and engagement of diverse groups in the development of environmental knowledge and practice.  In so doing, the Assistant Dean will help to expand the boundaries, definitions and practice of environmental science and environmental studies as inclusive of problem-based learning, community-based and placed-based research, team-based work, and an expanded focus on equity and justice. The Assistant Dean will provide leadership and coordination to create an environment that supports and enhances a diverse faculty, staff, and student body in the College of the Environment. ...

Master’s degree in Environmental Sciences, Education, or field related to diversity, equity, and inclusion work, and six or more years’ related experience that demonstrates: 

•     Visionary and highly collaborative leadership skills, with an in-depth understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion issues and opportunities in the environmental sciences, broadly defined. 
•     Proven record of engaging ethnically and culturally diverse communities. 
•     Strong oral and written communication skills. 
•     Successful history of managing collaborative working relationships with faculty, staff and academic leaders as well as community groups. 
•     Proven record of fundraising from private foundation as well as government agencies 
•     Experience working in or in collaboration with institutions of higher education. ...
For the complete job posting and application information, please CLICK HERE.

Posted 29 March 2017Content Manager, Next Generation Learning Challenges
EDUCAUSE’s Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC), a leading catalyst for next generation learning school designs and pioneering models, and an increasingly influential national source of information on the design, implementation, and refinement of next gen learning practices invites applicants for a Content Manager. NGLC is seeking a journalist, participant-observer, storyteller, writer/producer, and project manager with a passion for equity to surface and document what’s happening in next gen schools. Content management provides two core functions: (1) generating direct support to NGLC grantees; and (2) field-building, to advance and strengthen the adoption of next gen learning in K-12 education across the U.S.
This is a full-time, exempt position with the option to work remotely or from the Louisville, CO office. This position is grant funded for 12 months with potential to extend beyond that term. The position requires a bachelor’s degree, a minimum of three years’ experience in a similar or relevant field, and prior experience with creating and managing education-focused content.
To Apply: Please respond with cover letter and resume to specifying "Content Manager” in the e-mail subject line. Applicants are encouraged to use the cover letter to demonstrate their communication skills and identify the aspects of the position they are most passionate about. 

For more information, please CLICK HERE. 

Posted 24 March 2017: Multiple Positions, Lecturers, U.S. Coast Guard Academy

The United States Coast Guard Academy, located in New London , CT is seeking diverse faculty applicants in a number of different disciplines.

The U.S. Coast Guard Academy is soliciting for applications for Lecturers in the following disciplines:
  • Civil Engineering 
  • Cultural Perspectives
  • Comparative Politics 
  • Cybersecurity 
  • Electrical Engineering 
  • English 
  • General & Environmental & Organic Chemistry
  • Human Resources & Legal Environment for Business 
  • Information Systems
  • Law
  • Maritime Policy & American Government
  • Mathematics
  • Physics 
  • Strategy & Marketing, and Writing
For details and how to apply, please see