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Posted 15 September 2017:  Provost and Dean of the Faculty, Lourdes College (OH)

Lourdes University (, an independent Catholic Franciscan University, is accepting nominations and applications for the position of Provost and Dean of the Faculty. Reporting to the President, the Provost serves as a member of the President's Cabinet and has responsibility for overseeing faculty, curricular issues, and all academic and student support services of the University.
The University seeks an experienced academic leader. ...  
The new Provost will be expected to take office on or around July 1, 2018.

The Provost and Dean of the Faculty will:
  • Provide the vision for the direction, revision, and creation of academic programs of high quality offered in a variety of formats;
  • Work with faculty to provide timely academic programs of high quality in a variety of formats;
  • Supervise Academic Support Center, Career Services, Duns Scotus Library, Information Technology Services and Instructional Design, Registrar, Lifelong Learning, and Planetarium;
  • Supervise the following:
    • Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, Business and Leadership, Nursing, and Social Sciences
    • Graduate Program Directors
    • Facilitator of Student Support Services
    • Facilitator of Academic Support Services
    • Chief Information Officer
    • Academic Affairs Senior Administrative Assistant
  • Receive the recommendations of the Faculty Senate, School Deans, Programs Directors and the Academic Affairs staff regarding academic regulations, academic programs, and academic and faculty sections of the University policy manual;
  • Recruit, hire and evaluate all full-time and part-time faculty and make recommendations about faculty continuation and promotion to the President;
  • Make final decisions about students' academic status at the University, and exceptions to the published academic policy;
  • Make final decisions regarding course offerings, faculty loads, and the Catalog;
  • Oversees the budget of all departments in area of responsibility;
  • Oversee all state, discipline and higher education academic accreditation requirements;
  • Advise the President on all academic matters;
  • Represent all academic programs to internal and external communities;
  • Facilitate the University's assessment activities and accreditation; and
  • Demonstrate a consistent commitment to the University mission and Franciscan values.
Desired Characteristics:
The Provost and Dean of the Faculty will process:
  • An ability to provide leadership in integrating technology into the educational process.
  • A vision for the cultivation of programs in liberal arts and professional studies in the 21st century, including recruitment and marketing.
  • A demonstrated ability to effect change, empower people, and successfully manage challenge and conflict.
  • A history of strong strategic planning and decision-making skills in an academic setting.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including willingness to communicate openly and frequently with all constituents.
Required Qualifications:
  • An earned doctorate from an accredited college or university.
  • An understanding of and strong commitment to the mission and values of Lourdes University.
  • Experience in academic administration and leadership, specifically:
    • Program development using a range of academic formats
    • Strategic planning
    • Budgeting
    • Accreditation
    • Instructional resource allocation
    • Academic personnel management
  • A distinguished record of teaching, scholarship and collegial service that will merit an appointment to an academic rank (professor or associate professor is preferred).
About the University
Lourdes University is a comprehensive institution founded in 1958 and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis of Sylvania, Ohio. ...

To Apply:  Lourdes University is being assisted by the partners of Hyatt - Fennell. Nominations and application materials should be submitted via email to Applications include a letter of interest, a current résumé/cv, and contact information for five professional references, submitted in separate documents. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to November 3, 2017 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential.
For the complete posting, please CLICK HERE.
For more information contact:  Cheryl Hyatt - 724-242-0476
Posted 15 September 2017: Acting Academy Manager, Oregon Children's Theater
Category: Full-Time
Department: Acting Academy
Location: OCT, 1939 NE Sandy Blvd in Portland, OR
Compensation: Salaried, hiring range $34,000-$37,000; eligible for benefits including healthcare and PTO.
Deadline: October 6, 2017.  We encourage you to apply early.  We will review applications on a rolling basis and schedule interviews as they’re considered. 
To Apply: E-mail a cover letter and resume as a single file to Zoë Rudman at with subject line “Acting Academy Manager.” No phone calls or walk-ins please. 
 Oregon Children’s Theatre (OCT) is seeking an individual for this position responsible for managing the day-to-day programming and operations of its Acting Academy (AA) program. The position will supervise and work closely with the Acting Academy Associate and will play a key role in planning and implementing an ambitious growth strategy for OCT’s theater training for young people. The position will report to the current Acting Academy Manager during the initial training months, and will then report to OCT’s Education Director.
This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits that will require weekend hours during AA sessions. The finalist will be expected to pass a criminal background check and to be fingerprinted. Ability to lift up to 50 lbs is required due to the need to set up and organize classroom studios.
DUTIES (not all-inclusive)
 Program Planning:
  • Plan and build the AA education program, including identifying pathways to growth over the next 1-5 years.
  • Plan AA class terms, including curriculum and class scheduling.
  • Ensure that all programs meet OCT’s high standards.
  • Collaborate with OCT’s marketing team to effectively promote AA programs.
  • Recruit and hire teachers, ensuring that they meet OCT’s standards of quality.
  • Develop and manage teacher training.
  • Manage teacher screening, including background checks and fingerprinting.
  • Serve as a resource for AA teachers.
  • Assess performance and provide feedback to teachers.
 Customer Service:
  • Respond to inquiries and requests for advice from patrons.
  • Interact with children and family members on a frequent basis, representing OCT effectively.
  • Support OCT with other customer service needs, such as ticket sales and in the lobby during performances as needed.
  • Develop and manage the Acting Academy budget, including establishing goals for registration income.
  • Ensure that studio spaces are scheduled, prepared and equipped to support the needs for AA programs.
  • Collaborate with OCT’s finance team to manage payroll of AA teachers.

  1. Passion for OCT’s mission, arts education, and theater for young audiences.
  2. Understanding of and commitment to advancing OCT’s commitment to excellence, consistent with our teaching philosophies and approach. 
  3. Experience in teaching the craft of theater, particularly to young people.
  4. Ability to organize and execute a plan impeccably. Excellent time management skills are essential. 
  5. Ability to think creatively to develop new ideas and strategies for building the Acting Academy.
  6. Exceptional customer service skills.
  7. Proven ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively with the rest of the AA team, and within OCT.   
  8. Experience in planning and managing budgets, including setting income targets and estimating costs.
  9. Experience with decriptive writing, preerably writing marketing copy.
  10. Ability to learn computerized software quickly and efficiently. 
 Oregon Children’s Theatre’s (OCT) mission is to create exceptional theater experiences that transform lives. We believe theater and storytelling can educate, empower, inspire, and entertain in remarkable ways.  Our vision is that all children, families, and communities have opportunities to learn and grow through theater and the arts. Founded in 1988, we are the region’s largest nonprofit professional children’s theater company. OCT serves more than 120,000 children of all ages each year through performances, Acting Academy classes, and numerous school and community programs. 
OCT is committed to building a creative and dynamic workplace that respects and celebrates individual differences and diversity. We are an equal opportunity employer, and strive to promote equity in our hiring practices inclusive of race, gender, national or ethnic origin, religion, class, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, and any other category protected by law.  In that spirit, we encourage applications from candidates from groups who have been traditionally underrepresented in our field.  Candidates who can contribute to our goal of advancing equity, inclusion, and diversity are encouraged to apply and to identify their strengths and experiences in this area.
Posted 14 September 2017: Assistant Professor of Childhood Education, State University of New York at Oswego

The Department of Curriculum & Instruction at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Childhood Education position.
Posting Date: September 12, 2017
Review Date: Review of applications will begin October 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. ...
Date of Appointment: August 2018

Description of Responsibilities: The Assistant Professor of Childhood Education will teach childhood methods and practicum in our clinically-enhanced and NCATE-accredited Childhood Education 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, and lead in developing and revising accreditation assessments. Will also liaise with Arts and Sciences faculty who co-deliver the concentration content courses, and with area urban, rural and suburban partner schools. The Assistant Professor of Childhood Education will be committed to authentic learning and teaching for social justice, will interact with a wide range of professional school partnerships in diverse contexts, and work to continually enhance all programs to be more clinically rich with seamless integration of theory and practice.
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: PhD or ABD in Childhood Education, Curriculum & Instruction, or related field, with expectation of completion within 2 years of appointment. Considerable and diverse elementary teaching experience.

Preferred Qualifications: Demonstrated commitment to teaching for social justice and collaboration with schools. Higher education teaching experience and/or substantial professional development of Childhood educators or other adult learners specific to Childhood education, literacy, and/or language arts education.

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:
Joanne O'Toole, Acting Department Chair  ...

Apply Here:

Posted 8 September 2017:  Multiple Positions, Baylor University (TX)

Baylor University is a private Christian university and a nationally ranked research institution, consistently listed with highest honors among The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Great Colleges to Work For.” ... 

Baylor seeks to fill the following tenure track/tenured faculty positions within the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the School of Education:

• Assistant Professor in Curriculum and Instruction: Elementary Literacy/Reading Education
The teacher education program in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction includes an undergraduate degree in elementary education and masters and doctoral degrees with emphasis in Literacy/Reading education. The primary responsibilities of this position include teaching in the undergraduate and/or graduate programs; pursuing a relevant research and publication agenda; participating in individual or collaborative activities to secure external funding; recruiting and mentoring students, including EdD and PhD graduate assistants; and providing service to the department, university and profession.

• Assistant, Associate, or Professor in Curriculum and Instruction: English Education
The teacher education program in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction includes an undergraduate degree in Middle and Secondary English Language Arts Education and masters and doctoral degrees with emphasis in English and literacy education. The primary responsibilities of this position include teaching in the undergraduate and/or graduate programs; pursuing a relevant research and publication agenda; participating in individual or collaborative activities to secure external funding; recruiting and mentoring graduate students, including EdD and PhD graduate assistants, and providing service to the department, university and profession.

• Associate or Professor in Curriculum and Instruction: Bilingual Education 
The Language, Literacy, and Social/Cultural Studies programs in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction includes undergraduate degrees with multiple majors; master degrees with several specialization options; and doctoral degrees in a variety of fields. This faculty member will collaborate with the existing English language arts, literacy and/or social studies education faculty as they engage in scholarship and teaching to improve instruction and raise achievement for students from traditionally low performing or marginalized populations. Specifically, this faculty member will provide leadership for the development of a bilingual education program at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. He or she will maintain an active research agenda, teach bilingual education courses, seek external funding to support the program, engage in work with schools, and advise/mentor students. Candidates should possess an earned doctorate in the appropriate field of study. A complete application includes a letter of application; curriculum vitae; completed application form; a copy of transcripts documenting terminal degree (original required prior to on campus interview); and, three letters of reference. Materials must be submitted electronically through interfolio. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications

To learn more about the above positions, the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and Baylor University, please visit Curriculum and Instruction or

For the complete posting, please CLICK HERE.
Posted 8 September 2017:  Instructor or Associate Professor, Education/Psychology,  Queensborough Community College, CIty University of New York

The Department of Social Sciences at Queensborough Community College invites applications for instructor or Assistant Professor in Education/Psychology. The candidate will perform teaching, research, and guidance duties....

For Instructor:
A Masters’ degree and/or active ABD status in Education and/or Educational Psychology program from a regionally accredited institution is required, and an active ABD status in Education or Educational Psychology doctoral program in a regionally accredited institution is strongly preferred.
For Assistant Professor, a doctorate in doctorate in Education and/or Educational Psychology from a regionally accredited institution is required.
Preferred qualifications include: 1) college level teaching experience in Education and Psychology with strong preference for community college teaching experience;  2) record of scholarship and research interests in Education and/or Educational Psychology; 3) teaching, scholarship and work experience in  early childhood and elementary education and in educational psychology are strongly preferred; 4) research interests in teaching/learning innovation;   5) experience with student-centered learning and high-impact pedagogy (for more information on high-impact pedagogy see the following website:;  6) experience with course and/or program assessment;  7) experience teaching diverse college student populations.
An innovative perspective and non-traditional approach to pedagogy preferred....

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Candidates must provide a CV/resumes and a cover letter.  In addition to the curriculum vita, applicants should provide a cover letter (no more than three pages) addressing how your background and experience relate to the preferred qualifications and including a succinct statement of teaching philosophy and research interests.

Review of resumes to begin September 8, 2017.
Closing Date: October 24, 2017 ....

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To apply for the position, please use this link:

Posted 29 August 2017: Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion and Equity, Smith College (MA)

Smith College, the largest independent women’s college and one of the top 20 liberal-arts colleges in the country, seeks a dynamic intellectual leader, skilled administrator and collaborative campus partner to serve as its next vice president for inclusion, diversity and equity. The vice president will report directly to the president, Dr. Kathleen McCartney, and will be a member of her senior cabinet. The person will be a highly respected leader with a strong commitment to the liberal arts, to the mission of a women’s college and to the educational value of diversity. The vice president will play a pivotal role in ensuring that the ideals of equity, inclusion and justice espoused in the college’s broader mission are inherent in the relationships, practices and activities of Smith’s students, staff and faculty.
The vice president for inclusion, diversity and equity (VPIDE) is singularly positioned to influence Smith’s commitment to its institutional mission and to guide the development and administration of all diversity- and equity-related initiatives and programs. Among the position’s responsibilities are programming, curricular initiatives, compliance, complaint investigation, and recruitment and retention of faculty, students, and staff. This individual will work with college-wide diversity-related committees, provide an overarching vision to these efforts and harness their power to create a compelling and powerful campus agenda. This mandate requires a highly collaborative leader with a strategic imagination. The successful candidate will have a thorough understanding of best practices in the field, and the creativity to meet the particular challenges facing the largest independent women’s college in the country.
The next VPIDE will work closely with the president’s senior cabinet to implement and monitor diversity-related initiatives to ensure their success. The individual will also respond to emerging issues, ideas and challenges, and think strategically with the president, dean of the college and other members of the cabinet about how best to position the college in the decade ahead. Even though the VPIDE will have a significant and far-reaching sphere of influence over many aspects of campus life, no one individual can effectively shoulder an institution’s entire diversity effort. Working closely with each member of the cabinet, the VPIDE will participate in initiating and supporting data-driven plans to identify where improvement is needed for faculty and staff recruitment, development and retention; expanding Smith’s pool of prospective students in concert with the Office of Admission; and ensuring the sustainability of Smith’s progress in diversity-related areas and in the recruitment and retention of diverse staff and faculty. The position will lead and further develop the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity (OIDE) and will supervise three direct reports: dean of multicultural affairs, Title IX coordinator, and institutional equity officer, and department coordinator.
This position is an exceptional opportunity for a strategic leader who has a documented history of successfully developing and advancing diversity, equity and inclusive excellence. Smith College seeks candidates whose education, perspectives and personal and professional experiences have together prepared them to serve as an effective and collaborative leader of the college’s efforts to create a more diverse, equitable and inclusive environment. The ideal candidate will be an accomplished leader and broad-based manager with strategic capacity, operational strengths, outstanding communications skills and a deep conviction for the mission and values of Smith College. Additional qualifications are outlined in the position specification available on the Spelman Johnson website:
Review of applications will begin September 22, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at Confidential inquiries and nominations for this position may be emailed to James M. Norfleet at Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.
Spelman Johnson
Smith College – Vice President for Inclusion, Diversity and Equity
James M. Norfleet, Search Associate
Visit the Smith College website at
Posted 29 August 2017: Multiple Positions, Archer School for Girls (CA)

Please click on the job title for the posting:
  1. Mathematics/Science Teaching Fellow
  2. Part-time Debate Coach
  3. Part-time Arts Teacher
  4. Advancement Associate

Posted 28 August 2017: Multiple International Positions, World Economic Resources
Our Goal;
World Economic Resources is an independent non-profit international organization that serves as a platform connecting and fostering knowledge exchange on resources management amongst business leaders, policy-makers, NGOs, scientists and the public. We aim to make our vision of sustainable use of resources worldwide a reality through organization of high-level international conferences and capacity-building workshops, dissemination of relevant research findings and scientific discussions, development of resource efficiency indices, setting standards for sustainable resource use, creation of opportunities for financing resource efficiency projects as well as through engagement with young leaders and the wider public. World Economic Resources is committed to the inclusiveness of economic growth and elimination of poverty and marginalization, thus making these issues a core element in any objectives we pursue.

World Economic Resources  provides an opportunity to  serve in a dynamic, multicultural environment in a variety of jobs in the support of  global causes.

World Economic Resources staff uphold the principles and core values of the Organization,  including integrity, professionalism, efficiency and
respect for diversity.The WRF  welcomes applications from nationals of all Member States and strongly encourages women  to apply. Applicants with disabilities are considered by the World Economic Resources for employment  under all types of contracts in full compliance with the World Economic Resources Charter. World Economic Resources  offers a variety of ways to join its workforce.It also offers university students  opportunities to serve as interns.

A. Position: Environmental Consultant Officer
Salary: $180,600.00 USD.
Contract: Full time
They are responsible for development oversight, management, and evaluation of programs in the following areas:bio-diversity,conservation, forestry,
wildlife management, water and coastal resources management, environmental education, environmental policy,environmentally sustainable agriculture,
community based natural resources management, urban and industrial pollution reduction,urban planning and management (including such areas as housing, water and sanitation), urban and housing finance, energy efficiency and conservation, renewable energy applications, clean energy technologies, energy sector planning and global climate change. Environment Officers apply both a technical knowledge of their program area and a variety of management and program evaluation knowledge in order to ensure that projects meet the needs of who-usa 's partners and customers in a cost-effective manner.

B. Financial Management Officer
Location: Canada
Salary:$180,200.00 USD
Duration: Full time
They direct the accounting and payment operations worldwide. In addition, they provide significant ,levels of advisory services to all levels of the mission and host country governments. This includes administrative, operational and program matters concerning financial,budgetary and resource management and implementation issues.

C. Senior Program Officer for Nutrition
Location: South-Africa/U.S.A
Contract: Full time
Salary:$183,678.00 USD
Overall Responsibilities The Senior Program Officer for Nutrition works closely with Senior Child Survival/Immunization. Program Managers to plan, coordinate,implement, monitor, and evaluate child survival activities, with special attention to strengthening nutrition program activities.Work with the Senior Child Survival/Immunization Advisor and the State Child Survival/Malaria Program Managers in coordinate, implement,monitor, and evaluate the country child survival activity plan. In particular, design, plan, implement, and evaluate nutrition actions as an integral part of COMPASS activities. Coordinate, plan, implement,monitor, and evaluate nutrition activities related to Vitamin A,breastfeeding promotion, complementary feeding, nutrition activities related to immunization and National Immunization Days (NIDs),Quality Protein Maize (QPM) related issues, communications/behavior change, and community mobilization.Evaluate the costs and effectiveness of Positive Deviance (PD)/Hearth approaches to improving childhood health and nutrition.Identify and coordinate with partners from The World Health Organization Children's Fund (UNICEF),World Bank, World Health Organization(WHO),Canadian International Development Agency/Micro nutrient Initiative (CIDA/MI), Department for International Development(DFID)International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Helen Keller International (HKI),community-Directed Treatment and Ivermectin (CDTI) Program, other
academic institutions, Private Voluntary Organizations (PVOs), and Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) for the development of activities at scale to reach high geographical coverage.

D. Program/Project Development Officer
Location:United Kingdom/U.S.A
Salary:$182 ,000.00 USD
Duration: Full time
They are responsible for strategy development, policy formulation, performance reporting,project management, and public outreach. They are looked upon to ensure that the Mission's operational procedures are designed to elicit teamwork, emphasize shared values, make known programming priorities, and reward innovation. Program/Project development officers must be able to apply leadership and management skills in order to ensure that program activities are designed and implemented to achieve stated objectives, within resource constraints
and in a timely manner.

E. Executive Officers
Location; France
Salary;$185,000.00 USD
They oversee a wide range of administrative and logistical support functions including personnel management, contracting, procurement,
property management, motor pool management, travel management, employee/family housing and maintenance management. In addition to having direct responsibility for providing the daily support of the agency's field mission, duties include planning for future personnel and procurement requirements at the assigned duty station.

F. Lawyers
Salary;$185,000.00 USD
They provide legal counsel to planners and administrators of WHO's overseas programs, laws and regulations, Agency directives and delegations of authority, bilateral agreements, loan and grant agreements, contracts and other agreements pertaining to country or regional programs. They advise on reconciliation of problems resulting from differences between DRI . and cooperating country laws. They advise regional personnel on the drafting and promotion of legislation and regulations to be proposed for enactment or adoption by the cooperating country government Ministry of Justice.

G. Education Development Officers
Salary;$210,000.00 USD
They analyze, advise, and assist with the development of host country education human resources and manpower planning systems. Strategies aredesigned to improve existing  education programs as well as to promote organizational competencies and skills acquisition related to both individual and institutional development.Duties Include participation in Agency policy formulation, sector analysis, program and project design,program monitoring, and evaluation of activities in education and human resources.

H. Agriculture/Rural Development Officers
Salary;$205,000.00 USD
They advise senior WHO and host government officials on agriculture and rural development projects. They identify problems and propose solutions, participate in project design and development, and manage and evaluate programs. Duties include coordinating the flow of resources for projects, analyzing the effects  of proposed policies, legislation, and programs and advising on interdisciplinary rural development programs.

I. Program/Project Monitoring Officer
Salary;$220,200.00 USD

Salary;$190,000.00 USD

K. Senior Director/Internal audit
Salary;$195,000.00 USD

L. HR and Admin Team Leader
Salary;$190,000.00 USD

M. Economic Affairs
Salary;$185,000.00 USD

N. Medical Officer
Salary;$185,000.00 USD

O. Political Affairs
Salary;$195,000.00 USD

P. Security
Salary;$185,000.00 USD

Applicants are selected on the basis of academic credentials ,experience and other relevant factors. Successful Applicants are invited to come to
Washington, for an interview/ Training Candidates are interviewed on their related knowledge, skills and abilities.

Application is open to all interested applicants from any nationality.

Please send your resume/CV to:

Roland Vincent
Recruitment Officer
World Economic Resources USA.
9010 West wood 38th Street, 20th Floor,
New York, NY 10045, USA.

Posted 28 August 2017: Vice President of Marketing and Communications,  Emory and Henry College

Location:   Emory, VA 24327

Emory & Henry College ( is accepting nominations and applications for the position of Vice President of Marketing and Communications. Reporting to the Provost, and with the support of the President, the Vice President will serve as a member of the President's Executive Council and be responsible for establishing and sustaining a campus-wide marketing campaign in a challenging and rapidly changing competitive environment. The Vice President will lead the effort to ensure an effective communication strategy is designed and implemented to internal and external audiences regarding the institutional message and provide direct marketing support to the Advancement Department and the Office of Enrollment Management. The ideal candidate combines experience in brand management and strategic planning; media relations; public affairs/stakeholder relations; internal and external communications; advertising; digital marketing; and new media. The Vice President of Marketing and Communications will implement comprehensive, cohesive, and effective communications strategies to create a culture of philanthropy and to increase engagement with the College. These communication strategies support the strategic and operational goals of the Office of Development and Alumni Relations and the E&H College community.

The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to the liberal arts and will play a significant role in setting and implementing Emory & Henry's academic, strategic, and institutional goals. The College seeks an experienced, forward-thinking leader committed to student success, inspirational leadership, effective campus-wide diversity and collaboration to fulfill the mission of the College and its strategic priorities.

  • Build, lead, and inspire a highly productive and professional marketing and communications team.
  • Establish and manage an effective marketing and communications budge
  • Articulate a consensus-based College brand identity and cultivate consistent, widespread stakeholder ownership and personal expressions of them.
  • Collaborate with admissions, advancement, alumni, and academic departments to develop annual marketing plans integrating advertising, marketing, web, social media, print and digital collateral, public and media relations, one-to-one, and external and internal communication
  • Collaborate with administrators, faculty, and staff to set and achieve goals that are consistent with institutional priorities and the College's brand positi
  • Maintain a strong internal and public presence to advance the College brand at high-profile events, presentations, and personal appearances.
  • Design and disseminate a communications plan to further engage the E&H community (faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni, donors and friends) to create a culture of philanthropy.
  • Ensure communications standards and expectations are shared and implemented across the department and encourage colleagues to engage in advance planning and coordinated review for communications needs.
  • Coordinate a comprehensive communications calendar that includes emails, newsletters, print, social media and web communications thoughtfully planned and executed throughout the department.
  • Create and sustain supportive and collaborative partnerships with the College's Office of Communications as well as colleague organizations on campus.
  • Spearhead efforts to establish and grow national brand recognition for E&H, advancing admissions and fundraising goals.
  • Manage internal and external communications (with many diverse stakeholder groups ranging from students, faculty, and alumni to government officials and donors).
  • Evaluate effectiveness of strategies and develop and maintain a system for tracking impact.
Required qualifications, skills and accomplishments:
  • Minimum of a Masters degree in marketing, communications, public relations, or a related fie
  • 7+ years' experience in strategic communications, public relations, media relations, marketing or related areas, preferably within higher education.
  • Exceptional communication (written and verbal) skills, personal presentation, and principled judgment.
  • Proven ability to utilize research-driven strategies and best practices in communications, with a comprehensive understanding of marketing and communications trends, challenges, opportunities, and issues affecting higher education.
  • Experience engaging and managing diverse stakeholder groups.
  • Familiarity with tracking systems and a high degree of comfort using technology to communicate and share information.
  • The ability to demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to the mission and core values of Emory & Henry College.

Located in the Virginia Highlands, the Emory & Henry central campus encompasses 168 pristine acres and is surrounded by an additional 167 undeveloped acres and the village of Emory. ...

Emory & Henry College is being assisted by the partners of Hyatt - Fennell. Nominations and application materials should be submitted via email to Cheryl Hyatt at Applications include a letter of interest, a current résumé/cv, and contact information for five professional references, submitted in separate documents. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to September 22, 2017 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential.      724-242-0476
For the complete posting, CLICK HERE. 

Posted 27 August 2017:  Assistant/Associate Professor in Elementary Reading Instruction
Department of Teacher Education, College of Education, Michigan State University

Position Summary:
The Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University (MSU), a national leader in teacher preparation and research on teaching, teacher learning, curriculum, policy, and international education, is seeking a tenure system, assistant or associate rank scholar in Language and Literacy. We are seeking an individual with a strong research program or the clear potential for one whose research focuses on elementary grades reading instruction. We have a particular interest in scholars who specialize in: quantitative methods, policy issues, foundational skills, technology, or content area/disciplinary literacy.
Applicants should provide evidence of accomplishment in research, teaching, and service. The successful applicant will be expected to seek external research funding and develop research collaborations within and beyond the Department. 

Major Responsibilities:
1.    Conducting innovative, rigorous research
2.    Securing external grants for research and development work
3.    Teaching undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral courses
4.    Advising graduate students
5.    Leading or supporting program development
6.    Contributing to intra-university or school-university partnerships
7.    Collaborating with or mentoring other faculty.  

Minimum Qualifications:
An earned doctoral degree in literacy education or a related field or provide evidence that the doctoral degree will be completed prior to the start date of the appointment.  Applicants for the position at the assistant level should have an earned doctorate in literacy education or a related field and the promise of an externally funded research program. Applicants for the position at the associate level should also have an earned doctorate in literacy education, a strong portfolio of publications in top-ranked journals, and a track record of external funding.

Desired Qualifications:
We are particularly interested in scholars who study diverse populations of learners in elementary school settings.

Special Instructions to Applicants:
Apply at position number 444908. Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae and reference list. We invite inquiries from potentially interested candidates to any of the search committee members: Tanya Wright (tswright@msu.ed), Patricia Edwards (, Anne-Lise Halvorsen (, Laura Tortorelli (, and Adrea Truckenmiller ( Review of applications will begin September 15 and will continue until the position is filled. Please see our department website ( and College website ( for information about our program, department, and college. 
Posted 27 August 2017:  Special Journalists on Race/Ethnicity and Culture, KCUR-89.3 and St. Louis Public Radio

... The journalists at KCUR 89.3 [Kansas City] are committed to telling the stories of diverse and underserved communities. Recent reporting projects such as ‘Beyond Our Borders’ and ‘30/30 Vision’ hint at the possibilities. As the local NPR affiliated public radio station, we need you to help us dig even deeper into the forces that are shaping our future in the Midwest and the nation....
This groundbreaking project, led by St. Louis Public Radio, is funded by a two-year grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Reporters will work collaboratively from St. Louis, Hartford, Conn., Portland, Ore., and Kansas City. Focusing on race, ethnicity and culture, our journalists will look with fresh eyes at issues and concerns being raised by diverse — and passionate — voices throughout the country.  We want to give voice to those who are overlooked.
The team will produce an ambitious body of work that offers a blueprint for public media journalists who seek to serve their communities more profoundly. The work itself – based in honest, difficult communication – is intended to resonate with national, regional and local audiences.

We’re looking for an accomplished multimedia reporter who is passionate about covering all manner of issues with an eye toward race, ethnicity and diversity. We want a team player who will be a force in our newsroom, leading all our work (newscasts, talk shows, reporting, events) toward a better understanding of our community. This reporter will be welcomed into an ambitious yet flexible workplace. KCUR employs journalists with a wide range of backgrounds – print, TV, radio — from all over the country. We’re also the hub of Harvest Public Media and the Kansas News Service, so we’re incredibly supportive of collaborative reporting.
A background in radio is not necessary, but a passion for public radio style storytelling and a commitment to the mission of public radio is essential.
In your cover letter, please tell us what kinds of stories you believe this team should cover and how you would approach these topics differently from what you hear currently on public media. What is missing or overlooked?
  • Identify, research, pitch, write, report, edit and voice a wide variety of spots, two-ways, and feature stories for morning and afternoon newsmagazines, local talk shows, and national programs (as appropriate).
  • Create news reports, features and research ­– including graphics, interpretive charts and photos -- for website, social media platforms and other outlets.
  • Collaborate with project editors and reporters on daily work and projects.             
  • Participate in news planning meetings to suggest story ideas and help focus story angles
  • Contribute segment ideas and appear as a guest or host on local talk shows, podcasts and community events, as needed.
  • Edit features and spots for other reporters.
  • Participate in all assigned fund-raising and outreach activities, on air and off.
  • Other duties as assigned. 
  • Three to five years of reporting experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, education or a related field required; or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for this job.
  • Excellent writing skills, proven news judgment and journalistic integrity.
  • Ability to multitask and work on diverse projects simultaneously in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.
  • Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills with both internal and external audiences.
  • Demonstrated ability to take direction and work collaboratively with various personalities.
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines.
  • Ability and willingness to work a varied schedule.
  • Enthusiasm for the role of public media in a changing journalism environment. 
  • More than five years of reporting experience.
  • One year of work experience in a radio, news, or public media organization.
  • Experience in collaborative reporting.
  • Familiarity with cross-platform storytelling.
  • Familiarity with the variety of issues likely to come up in Kansas City.
  • Strong social media skills. 
This position reports to a KCUR news director.
Salary is commensurate with experience.
Review of applications will begin on June 26, 2017.  Apply online:  Applicants must combine all materials (cover letter, resume, and list of three references with contact information) into one PDF or Microsoft Word document and upload as a resume attachment.  Maximum size limit is 11MB.  Do not include special characters (e.g., /, &, %, etc.).
In your cover letter, please tell us what kinds of stories you believe this team should cover and how you would approach these topics differently from what you hear currently on public media.   What is missing and overlooked?

Posted 23 August 2017: University Postdoctoral Fellow 1, National Center for Research on Gifted Education, University of Connecticut

The National Center for Research on Gifted Education ( is seeking a quantitative researcher for a Postdoctoral Fellow position. The person in this position will work with the National Center for Research on Gifted Education on a large mixed methods research study. Duties include conducting statistical analyses to answer complex research questions, documenting methods and results, and communicating those results for a variety of audiences. In addition, this position entails data management, programming, and reporting tasks. This individual will be a core team member who must be able to both learn and work independently as well as collaborate effectively with co-workers. There will be substantial opportunities to actively engage in the entire research process and to collaborate on research presentations and publications.

Duties and Responsibilities

- Manage and clean data

- Lead programming tasks

- Analyze secondary and survey data using descriptive and inferential statistical techniques

- Integrate data from multiple sources

- Develop code, scripts, or syntaxes for advanced statistical analyses

- Troubleshoot data anomalies and conducting quality control checks

- Create and maintain documentation of data management and analysis processes

- Analyze, visualize, and interpret data

- Contribute to project reports, briefs, and other manuscripts

- Ensure detailed documentation of methods and reproducibility of results

- Conduct observations and interviews in the field for the qualitative portion of the research study

- Aid in coding and analyzing the qualitative results

- Conduct literature searches and synthesize the results of prior research studies

Minimum Qualifications

1. Ph.D. degree in quantitative social science, statistics, or a related area

2. Extensive experience with data management and data analysis

3. Extensive experience managing and conducting analyses using large scale databases

4. Extensive experience conducting secondary data analyses

5. High degree of proficiency with one or more statistical software packages (e.g., SPSS, SAS,

Stata, R)

6. Experience implementing advanced statistical techniques

7. Strong written and verbal communications skills

Preferred Qualifications

1. Substantial experience with multilevel modeling and/or latent variable modeling

2. Substantial statistical programming experience in Stata and/or R

3. Experience with large-scale data management and curation

4. Experience analyzing multilevel quasi-experimental data

5. Some training and experience conducting qualitative research

Appointment Terms

This is a full-time, end-date, 12-month position with an anticipated start date of October 1, 2017. The position may be renewed based on funding. The successful candidate's appointment will be at the Storrs campus with the possibility of national travel. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

To Apply

To apply, complete an online application on UConn Jobs, Please attach a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references. Applications are due by September 6, 2017. Evaluation of applicants will begin immediately. Employment of the successful candidate will be contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment criminal background check. (Search # 2018040)

For questions about the position, please contact Dr. Del Siegle at For more information regarding the National Center for Research on Gifted Education, please visit the website at


Posted 23 August 2017:  Fall Internships, Human Rights Education, Social Media and Research, Human Rights Connected

Human Rights Connected (HRC, is seeking passionate individuals to join our team as fall interns for the following capacities: Education & Communications; Social Media; and Research & Operations. Our organization works to increase access to human rights and its legal framework for human rights defenders.

1. Education & Communications

As Education & Communications Associate, you will employ creative communications techniques to inform HRC's audience about the human rights and civil resistance framework in a strategic manner that serves an educational purpose on a local and global level. This Intern will also provide some operational and administrative support in core areas.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Identify, create and maintain a comprehensive database on current advocacy/educational initiatives centered on human rights and civil resistance education
  • Research and report on best practices for learning human rights and civil resistance education
  • Conduct an alternative assessment with human rights educators and youth
  • Identify, communicate and engage on the ground with human rights educators and organizations in order to raise HRC’s profile
  • Perform targeted content research (TCR) on reproductive rights for refugee youth and on an agreed-upon human rights struggle
  • Upload curated human rights educational resources/activism tools to the HRC library on a weekly basis

2. Social Media

As Social Media Intern, you will collaborate with other HRC team members to expand our online presence, educate our community about human rights and civil resistance around the world, and drive traffic to our website.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Monitor and post on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr to publish news and other updates on human rights and civil resistance
  • Contribute to website redesign projects
  • Engage in online forums
  • Participate in online outreach and promotion
  • Optimize our website and conduct keyword analysis
  • Attend events on behalf of HRC, draft live updates, and link members of the HRC digital community to relevant resources

3. Research & Operations

As our Research & Operations intern, you will support HRC's content-curation efforts for our library of human rights organizations, legal resources and activism tools. Your research will enable human rights defenders to advance their human rights struggles under international law and amplify the impact of nonviolent action within the human rights sector.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Help us mainstream actionable knowledge about strategic civil resistance and the international human rights legal framework
  • Perform targeted content research on a particular human rights issue or movement
  • Curate activism tools and legal resources relevant to ongoing human rights struggles 
  • Maintain and upload research results to our human rights library
  • Collaborate with HRC's social media to respond to information requests from human rights defenders, HRC community members and the public 
  • Contribute to growing community engagement, reach, and impact on social media through weekly posts
  • Provide other assistance to support HRC mission and activities, as needed

Applicants should be undergraduate or graduate students with some background in human rights, nonviolent action and/or grassroots organizing. Additionally applicants should have strong research, organizational and time management skills. Spanish- and French-speaking applicants are preferred. Interns will work remotely.


Successful applicants will learn about the international human rights legal framework, strategic nonviolent action, and how human rights defenders can utilize both in their movements and campaigns. Applicants will also learn about the inner workings of a dynamic startup nonprofit and our international team of remote collaborators!

How to Apply:

To apply, please send us your CV and a cover letter to by Sunday, August 27th. Please notify which position(s) you are interested in via the subject field.

Posted 23 August 2017: Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director for Educational Equity and Student Support, Salt Lake City Schools (UT)
  • Position Type: Office/Administrative Assistant
  • Date Posted: 8/18/2017
  • Location: District Office
  • Date Available: ASAP
  • Closing Date: 09/01/2017
The Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director  of Teaching and Learning is done for the purpose of overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Department of Teaching and Learning and providing support to the Executive Director of Teaching and Learning by providing a wide variety of general office functions, including but not limited to: accounting, budgets, secretarial, purchasing, assisting other office staff, records storage, complex clerical functions, and other related duties as assigned and required.  This position requires professional judgment to accurately assess and support the financial functions and administrative effectiveness of the department. ...

For the complete posting, please CLICK HERE
Posted 22 August 2017: President, Silver Lake College (WI)

Silver Lake College of the Holy Family ( is a four-year, private liberal arts Catholic college located in north-east Wisconsin, not far from the shores of Lake Michigan. It is sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity, who founded the college in 1935. The college's board of trustees invites inquiries and applications from potential candidates. For a full profile, please visit

The ideal candidate will have an earned doctorate or a terminal degree appropriate for college leadership; executive administrative accomplishments encompassing resource development, fiscal planning and management, and strategic and long-range planning in an academic or non-profit institution; a commitment to sustain the mission of the college; and will respect and uphold the doctrine, values and teachings of the Catholic Church.

Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to Sept. 8, 2017 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential. Submit materials to Cheryl Hyatt at Silver Lake College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
For more information contact:  Cheryl Hyatt - 724-242-0476

Posted 22 August 2017:  Director of Secondary Teacher Education Preparation Senior Lecturer, College of Education, University of Massachusetts––Amherst 
The University of Massachusetts Amherst is one of the major public research universities in America....
The Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies in the College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst invites applications for a position in Secondary Teacher Education Preparation (STEP) at the rank of Senior Lecturer of Education. This is a full-time temporary, two year, non-tenure track position with a preferred start date of June 1, 2018. 
The Secondary Teacher Education Preparation (STEP) program offers multiple pathways to licensure (immersion and traditional) across multiple content areas (mathematics, science, social studies, and English). The STEP program views teaching as an act of caring with complex intellectual moral, theoretical, and political implications.  As part of the land grant university, STEP works directly with public schools throughout the Connecticut River Valley region of western Massachusetts with an emphasis on under-resourced urban and rural schools. STEP seeks to develop critically reflective educators who are committed to a life-long process of learning embedded in a set of core values: social justice, evidence-based practice, and community engagement.
The Director of Secondary Teacher Education (DSTE), as the public face of the program, will work closely with faculty to promote the intellectual mission and vision of STEP. We are particularly interested in innovative applicants who have a strong interest in collaborative, evidence-based approaches to teacher education, especially school/university partnerships. The ideal candidate will provide comprehensive leadership providing support for clinical faculty, classroom teachers, and teacher-candidates. Although the DSTE will be responsible for the coordination of the traditional pathway (University-to-Schools), this person will work with and across all three pathways including the two immersion pathways.
In collaboration with the Field Experience Specialist, the DSTE is expected to work within school districts (with site coordinators and principals) helping to build capacity for all three pathways. In addition, the DSTE will also work with the Director of Program Development to support the marketing and recruiting efforts of STEP.  Candidates enthusiastic about teaching courses central to the STEP curriculum/goals (e.g. Supervision in Teacher Education) are especially encouraged to apply.
Required Qualifications:
  • An earned doctorate in education or related field is essential
  • The ability to be a strong advocate for the College
  • Extensive experience working in and with public school, including teaching experience and a record of successful work with teachers and administrators
  • A strong knowledge of and interest in advancing research on teachers, teaching, and schools
  • A commitment to supporting and fostering evidence-based teaching practices
  • A commitment to social justice in education
  • Broad knowledge and experience with statewide credentialing systems including report writing
Desired Qualifications:
  • Grant writing and/or development expertise and experience
  • A history of success in building innovative educational programs, particularly residency programs
  • Demonstrated record of successful experience building, maintaining, and/or facilitating partnerships with culturally and linguistically diverse groups and populations
The University of Massachusetts Amherst is a public research university, the flagship of the University of Massachusetts system and a leading center of public higher education in the Northeast. ...
To apply please submit cover letter, resume, and names and contact information of three professional references to:
If you have any questions, you can contact Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Jennifer Randall, at 413-545-7125.
Review of candidates will begin October 16, 2017, and will continue until a qualified candidate is identified. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. For more information about the College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, please visit our website at

For the complete posting, please CLICK HERE


Posted 17 August 2017:  Associate or Full Professor, Teacher Education/Director of Teacher Education, Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley
The Graduate School of Education, UC Berkeley, seeks applicants for an Associate or Full Professor of Teacher Education/Director of Teacher Education. The expected start date is July 1, 2018. We are interested in scholars whose research interests advance the field of teacher education with a vision for directing and shaping our newly designed teacher education program, have demonstrated success in teaching and mentoring Masters and doctoral students and in generating research funding.

For more information visit, or contact Lani Hunt at 510-664-9984 or The application deadline is October 31, 2017.
The University of California is an AA/EEO employer.

Posted 17 August 2017: Advancement Associate, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

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:  Advancement Associate                     
We are currently seeking a full-time Advancement Associate to maintain all digital donor files in the Advancement Office within Raiser’s Edge, ensuring accurate records, which includes individual review of current digital donor files. Raiser’s Edge maintenance also includes gift processing, attaching media, such as acknowledgement records and scans of handwritten notes to constituent records.  This position will also support our Foundations relations initiative, stewardship program, and assist in the launch of our internship and mentorship programs.
Nature & Scope of Duties:
  • Advancement office lead gift processor. Responsible for gift entry in database; creation and mailing of acknowledgement letters, pledge reminders, and pledge receipts; and payroll deduction processing.
  • Supports Foundations team and grant writer in foundation relations including calendaring and data collection and entry.
  • Assists in the planning and launch of robust internship and mentorship for senior students and Archer Alumnae. Work closely with College Guidance to secure internship hosts, formalize procedures and match students and alumnae with mentors.
  • Conducts research on new and current families, as well as prospects and other individuals.
  • Manages the annual Stewardship programming calendar, assists in stewardship planning and creation of materials.
  • Works closely with the Archer Affair lead and parent volunteers to management software (501 Auctions), item entry and night-of live and silent auction and messaging for the annual gala and auction.
  • Manages general office needs including processing and reconciling office receipts with the Business Office and occasional supply ordering.
  • Provides other general support of department and schoolwide events as needed.
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 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 Raiser’s Edge database 
  • Technologically savvy, including use of social media
  • Able to work evenings and weekends as required
  • High level of diplomacy and discretion when dealing with sensitive information
Required Education & Experience:
Bachelor’s degree required with two to five years of experience in non-profit development. Knowledge of gift processing and database management needed.  Experience with independent schools a plus. 
The Archer School for Girls is an independent school dedicated to supporting and challenging young women while helping them discover their passions and realize their true potential.  To learn more about the School, visit
To apply please visit:  This position is full-time and starts in August 2017.
No phone calls, please.  


Posted 3 August 2017:  Coordinator, Multicultural Education & Student Success, University of Oregon

Job no: 520796
Work type: Officer of Administration
Location: Eugene, OR
Categories: Administrative/Professional, Student Life/Services
Department: Office of the Dean of Students
Appointment Type and Duration: Regular, Ongoing
Salary: $45,000 - $52,000 per year
Compensation Band: OS-OA04-Fiscal Year 2017-2018
FTE: 1.0

Application Review Begins
August 11, 2017; position open until filled

Special Instructions to Applicants
For consideration applicants must apply online and submit the following materials:

• Cover letter which expresses your interest in the position and specifically addresses how you meet the requirements of the position. Refer to the minimum, professional competencies and preferred qualifications contained within the job announcement. Describe how your skills, abilities and experience allow you to meet and/or exceed these requirements. Provide appropriate examples to show details and experience. Please discuss each element completely, but succinctly. 
• Current resume which includes dates of employment.
• At least three professional references, one of which must be current or most recent supervisor (if not currently employed). Candidate will be notified prior to references being contacted.
• Answer to the following supplemental question:
The Division of Student Life is intentionally creating a multicultural organization that actively includes and engages everyone. What does this mean to you AND if you are selected as the Coordinator of Multicultural Education, Student Engagement and Success how will you help the Division of Student Life achieve this goal?...

For the complete job posting, please CLICK HERE

Questions regarding the application procedure can be sent to:
Patty Smith, 541-346-1041


Posted 31 July 2017:  ESL and Subject Teachers for China, Teach for the Future

Teach for the Future (TF), a licensed educational agency founded by alumni from Harvard Business School and Harvard School of Education in September 2015. As we are expanding from China and Canada to the Boston Area, we are looking for ESL and other subject teachers for students in China. TF has been accredited by Employment Agent of British Columbia and China State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs. It is also recognized by BC International Trade and Investment Office, Harvard China Education Symposium as well as UBC Graham Lee Innovation Center.

The Teaching in China positions include:
-ESL trainers,
-Subject teachers
-AP and IB course instructors,
-College counselors,
-Homeroom teachers,
-Principles/ vice-principles,
-Student advisors in public/ private schools and education centers.

For the complete and more detailed list, feel free to send resume to

1. English language proficiency required
2. Bachelor's degree
3. TEFL /TESOL certificate (We provide TEFL/TESOL training programs!)
4. Teaching experiences preferred

1. Average salary of 2250 USD/M (Depends on the qualification, positon and the location)
2. Housing allowance
3. Type-Z visa (work visa in China, only certified schools can provide Z visa, all our partner schools are certified)
4. Flight allowance
5. Insurance included
6. 10 months to 2 years full-time/ part-time contract

Feel free to send Email or schedule a visit to our Boston office if you have any interest or questions!
Teach for the Future
745 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA 02111
Phone:  857-268-5910


Posted 26 July 2017: Director of IT, Marywood University (PA)  rev.

Marywood University (, a comprehensive Catholic University founded in 1915 and sponsored by the Congregation of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary located in Scranton, Pennsylvania invites applications for a Director of Information Technology (IT).

Reporting to the Vice President for Business Affairs, the Director of IT is responsible for the planning, implementation, and continued maintenance of the IT infrastructure for the University. The Director is responsible for all technology-related functions, including hardware, software, applications, online course platforms, instructional technology classroom support, networks, and website. The Director of IT, in conjunction with the Vice President for Business Affairs, will develop, implement and evaluate a strategic plan for the IT department, tied to the annual budget and inclusive of forecasts for major purchases, upgrades and expansions. The Director will work with faculty, administrators and staff across the University to provide support for their needs, and will oversee the development of policies and procedures for all users that provides technical support and administrative guidelines. The Director will lead and manage the IT staff and provide opportunities for professional development in order to stay abreast of new technology developments and demands in higher education.

A Masters degree in a related field is strongly preferred, along with a minimum of five years of experience in a leadership role in IT, preferably in higher education, including experience with strategic planning and budgeting on significant levels. Demonstrated success as a leader and team builder is required. Excellent communication skills, the ability to partner with internal and external parties, and the ability to explain complex technology issues clearly and concisely are also required.

Marywood University roots itself in the Catholic intellectual tradition, the principle of justice, and the belief that education empowers people ...

Marywood's main campus is located in an attractive residential area of Scranton, Pennsylvania....

Marywood University is being assisted by the partners of Hyatt-Fennell. Application materials should be submitted electronically to Cheryl Hyatt at Please specify the position in the subject line. Applications include a letter of interest, a current résumé, and contact information for five professional references. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to August 21, 2017 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential.
For more information contact:
Cheryl Hyatt - 724-242-0476

For the complete posting, please CLICK HERE.


Posted 26 July 2017: Director of Marketing and Communications, Marywood University (PA)

Marywood University (, a comprehensive Catholic University founded in 1915 and sponsored by the Congregation of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary located in Scranton, Pennsylvania invites applications for a Director of Marketing and Communications.

Reporting to the President, the Director of Marketing and Communications is responsible for the development and implementation of the University's integrated marketing plan. The Director works closely with Enrollment Management and University Advancement to support enrollment initiatives and the development of a strong donor base, and the overall mission, values, and goals of the University.

A Masters degree in a related field is strongly recommended, along with a minimum of five years of experience in a leadership role in marketing, preferably in higher education. Demonstrated success as a leader and team builder is required. Excellent communication skills, both interpersonal and written and a proven ability as a public presenter are required. Critical thinking, the ability to apply industry-wide best practices to the challenges and opportunities facing higher education, and the ability to develop alternative solutions that reflect sensitivity, depth of understanding of the issues, and principled judgment in a collaborative environment are required.

Marywood University roots itself in the Catholic intellectual tradition, the principle of justice, and the belief that education empowers people. Under the leadership of the President and her Cabinet, Marywood is poised to be the university of choice for talented, diverse, and intelligent men and women who are committed to making a positive impact on society at regional and global levels.

The new Director of Marketing and Communications will embrace the University's mission and core values and help guide the University forward into its second century....

Marywood University is being assisted by the partners of Hyatt-Fennell. Application materials should be submitted electronically to Cheryl Hyatt at Please specify the position in the subject line. Applications include a letter of interest, a current résumé, and contact information for five professional references. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to August 21, 2017 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential.
For more information contact: Cheryl Hyatt - 724-242-0476

Posted 20 July 2017:  Director of Faculty Diversity Recruitment, Virginia Tech

Posting Number: AP0170182

About VIrginia Tech: Virginia Tech is a public land-grant university, committed to teaching and learning, research, and outreach to the Commonwealth of Virginia, the nation, and the world. Building on its motto of Ut Prosim (that I may serve), Virginia Tech is dedicated to InclusiveVT—serving in the spirit of community, diversity, and excellence. We seek candidates who adopt and practice the Principles of Community, which are fundamental to our on-going efforts to increase access and inclusion, and to create a community that nurtures learning and growth for all of its members. Virginia Tech actively seeks a broad spectrum of candidates to join our community in preparing leaders for the world.

About the Position: A core component of this work is creating, collaborating, and partnering with faculty members and department heads within the university’s academic colleges to advance faculty (across all ranks) diversity, including recruitment and retention The position also identifies opportunities for outreach to national organizations, partner universities, and disciplinary associations as part of a proactive approach to identifying prospective applicants that promote a diverse faculty at Virginia Tech. Develops and maintains tools to assist with the faculty search process. Assists with implementation and assessment of a faculty recruitment plan. Delivers and monitors faculty search training. Maintains up-to-date knowledge relevant to position responsibilities. Participates in outreach activities, to include conferences and visits to partner universities. Supports efforts related to HBCUs, HSI, MSI, and Native-serving institutions. Uses data to inform decision-making. Establishes and maintains extensive networks of university partners. Availability to work outside regularly published business hours. Perform other duties, as assigned....

For the complete posting, please CLICK HERE.

Posted 20 July 2017:  Director, Student Programs and Support, Colorado College

Posting Number: 672

About the Position:  
The Director of Student Programs and Support plays an integral role in student success and retention by managing a variety of complex programs and processes related to the overall student experience, including Campus Activities, New Student Orientation and Winter-Start Orientation, support for students in crisis/distress, and special projects within the Student Life Division. This position employs a trauma-informed approach in all work with students, focusing on emotional healing and support.

The Director of Student Programs and Support embraces and advocates for the college’s mission of diversity, inclusion and equity for all members of our community and utilizes these principles to inform all actions, decisions and aspects of the position....

For the complete posting, please CLICK HERE

Posted 13 July 2017:   Assistant Professor/Instructor of Education in Reading/Literacy, School of Education, Northwest Missouri University                     

PRIMARY DUTY: The Northwest School of Education is seeking a reflective educator who can effectively and passionately teach undergraduate and graduate courses primarily in the areas of elementary education, literacy education and reading, and assessment/evaluation. Summer courses may be available.
  1. Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in an area and in a variety of formats for courses related to elementary education, literacy education, and assessment/evaluation
  2. Teach 12-13 credit hours in face-to-face, hybrid, and online formats (fall and spring trimesters); summer teaching may be possible
  3. Supervise undergraduate and graduate practica
  4. Undergraduate and Graduate student advisement of university students.
  5. Collaborate with public school teachers and administrators, local, state, and/or national agencies, and work in collaboration 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.
  6. Support college education majors and graduate students.
  7. Actively participate in school, college, and university initiatives directed toward excellence in teacher education program
  8. Work to support state and national accreditation visits (DESE/CAEP) as program coordinator
  9. Work to support Education Redesign and cross-departmental education instruction for new Northwest programs.
  10. Develop new curriculum and assessments for nationally-available graduate Reading program in Graduate Master’s in Reading.
  11. Perform other duties as assigned
      Education: Earned doctorate or ABD in Education or Educational Leadership with 18 hours in Reading/Literacy, OR Specialist degree in literacy education, reading, leadership or related field with commitment to pursue a doctorate will be considered (Appointment will be at instructor level until related doctorate is completed)
      Certification/License: Possess (or can legally hold) a valid P-12 State teaching credential (or previously held in elementary education or reading); driver’s license and ability to travel to off-campus observation/practicum experiences.
      Experience: Evidence of successful P-12 and university teaching; evidence of accomplishments or strong potential for success in research, scholarly activities, and student service
      Skills: Successful integration of technology in teaching; effective communication skills
Education: Rich background in Education with deep content knowledge in Literacy and Reading. Possess Doctorate in Education (Reading/Literacy) or Educational Leadership. Must meet HLC credentialing requirements with at least 18 graduate credit hours in Reading/Literacy. Experience with online instruction, program development and leadership. Knowledge of advisement, assessment practices, state and national accreditation, and Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and CAEP policy and practice, and two and four-year transfer student support systems. Candidate must engage students, colleagues, and stakeholders with continuous quality improvement in mind....

For the complete posting, please CLICK HERE. 
Posted 12 July 2017:  Bonner Scholars Program Coordinator Position, Earlham College (IN)
Earlham College invites applicants for the position of Bonner Scholars Program Coordinator in the Center for Career and Community Engagement. This is a full-time, 12-month administrative faculty appointment. Salary is commensurate with experience, and includes a full benefits package.
Earlham seeks an innovative, passionate and committed educator to coordinate the Bonner Scholars Program. The Coordinator is responsible for the Bonner Scholars Program as well as for developing and supporting overall Earlham student involvement in service and community-based learning. The Coordinator reports to the Director of Community Engagement and works collaboratively within the Center for Career and Community Engagement.
The Bonner Scholars Program is a four-year, leadership program for 60 undergraduate students (we enroll 15 each year) who are highly motivated to do substantial community service and who demonstrate financial need. Bonner Scholars complete ten hours of service per week during the school year and two summers of service, along with significant training and enrichment activities. Most of the students in Bonner are students of color, first gen, and/or Pell eligible.
Posted 12 July 2017:  Lecturer/Instructor, Urban Education and Multicultural Education, Boston University (MA)

The School of Education at Boston University invites applications for a nine-month full-time lecturer/instructor appointment. We are particularly interested in candidates who would teach courses on urban and multicultural education. Depending on background, the candidate may also teach elementary and/or secondary social studies methods. As one of the nation’s leading institutions for education and research, BU has a rich legacy of serving both our internal community of students, faculty, and staff as well as greater Boston and the world community. By choosing to work at Boston University, you will become a part of that legacy, with the opportunity to take advantage of significant opportunities for educational, professional, personal, and cultural growth.

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will teach undergraduate courses on urban and multicultural education, which is taught on-site at an elementary school in Boston. Depending on background, a successful candidate may also teach undergraduate and graduate courses on elementary and/or secondary social studies methods. Other responsibilities may include fieldbased supervision, scholarship, or service.

This nine-month lecturer/instructor position begins on September 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.

Required Qualifications:

• Earned doctorate (preferred) in education or a closely related academic area

• Demonstrated teaching excellence

• At least three years of public school teaching experience

• Prior college or university teaching experience and/or field supervision (preferred)

• Excellent oral, written, and presentation skills

Application Procedures:

Applicants should submit the following documents electronically to

• Letter of interest/application explaining suitability for position

• Current curriculum vitae

• Samples of scholarship (if applicable)

• Unofficial copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts

• Two letters of reference (can be submitted separately to avoid a delay in application)

Inquiries about the position may be directed to the Chairs of the Search Committee: Jennifer Bryson, or Christopher Martell,  

Review of applications will begin July 15th and continue until the position is filled.

Posted 12 July 2017: Mathematics Teaching Fellow, Archer School for Girls (CA)

The Archer School for Girls is seeking a full-time Mathematics Teaching Fellow for the 2017-18 school year. We are looking for new educators with a background in Mathematics who have a desire to join the teaching profession under the direction of skilled mentor faculty. Ideal candidates have a growth-mindset, positive outlook, and a deep appreciation for the importance of working in a diverse and inclusive community.  A passion for working with young people in a culture of teaching excellence is a must.
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 program is founded on the latest research around how girls learn best.  Responsibilities of the Mathematics Fellow position include teaching a class under the guidance of a master teacher, serving as a co-advisor, subbing across the curriculum, supporting students outside of the classroom, participating in co-curricular school activities, and providing administrative support as necessary.  A bachelor’s degree is necessary; a master’s degree and/or teaching credential is preferred.
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. 
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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. ...

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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. ...
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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. ...

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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....
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