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Posted 4.21.19:  French Teacher, The Archer School for Girls (CA)
 

The Archer School for Girls is seeking a skilled and experienced French teacher starting in August 2019. The position involves teaching Middle and/or Upper School French classes using student-centered methodologies. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: teaching 5 classes, serving as an advisor, and participating in co-curricular school activities. A desire to collaborate with colleagues and a commitment to encouraging the potential in every student is essential. ...

Our Ideal Candidate: 

  •  Holds a degree in French, education, or similar. 
  •  Has taught at least 3 years at the secondary level ...
For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 
 

Posted 4.21.19: Administrative Coordinator, Creative Arts, The Park School (MA)


The Park School is a Pre-K to Grade VIII independent school in Brookline, MA dedicated to excellence in education.The cornerstone of Park's program is academic excellence, combining both high standards of scholarship and the encouragement of each child to develop to his or her greatest potential....

The Creative Arts at Park Administrative Coordinator is a member of the Park School’s administrative staff and reports to the Director of Creative Arts at Park. The person hired in this part time position is responsible for collaborating with the director to develop and execute exciting programming in support of the School’s mission and curricular goals. The ideal candidate will bring a history of collaborative, self directed work, a knowledge of the arts, and an entrepreneurial spirit....

Duties & Responsibilities

In partnership with the Director of CAAP, communicate with families, staff, and campers throughout the year to answer questions, promote the program, and provide logistical information

Lead the marketing, advertising, and communication efforts for CAAP, including partnering with the School’s designer to develop the annual brochure, develop promotional material for Open Houses, and create additional materials for attracting potential campers...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 


Posted 4.18.19:  Assistant Teacher––Kindergarten, Park School (MA)

... The Kindergarten Assistant Teacher is a member of the School’s Lower Division and reports to
the Head of the Lower Division. This part-time position is responsible for working with faculty
and staff to assist with the teaching of Kindergarten in support of the school’s mission and
curricular goals. The ideal candidate will bring a history of collaborative, self-directed work as
well as a good sense of humor. The ideal candidate will also have some teaching experience,
preferably Kindergarten, and draw upon that understanding to inspire members of the Park
community.

In addition, the position requires expertise with the social and emotional needs of this age group
and the ability to balance the encouragement of academic excellence and intellectual growth
with the importance of learning through play. The Park School values the importance of
nurturing a child’s developing sense of self by incorporating the use of diverse texts and open
dialogue in all classrooms....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
Posted 4.13.19:  Executive Director, Silkroad


Organization 
Yo-Yo Ma conceived Silkroad in 1998 as a reminder that even as the pace of change in the world has brought challenges, it has also brought extraordinary possibilities for working together. He found inspiration in the historical Silk Road as a model for productive cultural collaboration—the exchange of ideas and traditions at the edges where one culture meets another. In a radical experiment in 2000, he brought together 60 musicians from the lands of the Silk Road to Tanglewood to co-create a new artistic idiom—a musical language founded in difference serving as a metaphor for the power of a more connected world. At that time, the musicians had neither a language nor a musical tradition in common, but they had all responded to his challenge to do something together that they could not do alone. Over two weeks of talking and music making, they created something revolutionary—Silkroad, a musical ensemble and organization that is a living demonstration of how culture connects us. Today in residence at Harvard University, Silkroad has grown to include hundreds of artists and its work has touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of people around the world. At a time when the world needs evidence and action that shows us what we have in common, Silkroad’s mission of radical cultural collaboration is powerfully relevant. ...

Position Summary 
Silkroad’s Executive Director will lead its local, national, and international strategic direction and ensure programmatic integration, artistic and social impact, financial resourcing, and administrative effectiveness. Reporting to and serving as an ex-officio member of the board of directors, the Executive Director will clearly articulate an organizational strategy, identify and take advantage of new opportunities, and deliver results that support vibrancy and sustainability. The Executive Director will develop and manage productive relationships with diverse constituencies of artists, partner organizations, board members, and funders. The Executive Director will also convey complex stories in understandable language to internal and external stakeholders, both in person and through media technology. ...

Roles and Responsibilities :  Strategic Vision, Programmatic Vitality, and Social Impact 

Realize a short-term and define a long-term strategic direction that integrates artistic programs, collaborations, and educational activities in synergy with Silkroad’s mission, vision, and values. 

Partner with the Co-Artistic Directors to create effective relationships with artists and strategic partners that ensure radical cultural collaborations, curiosity, and listening. 

Assess complex and imaginative ideas, balance competing yet complementary interests, and prioritize strategic initiatives into specific and measurable actions. 

Implement the strategy to scale a successful programmatic model that has historically reached a small number of people to both grow the organization and reach a larger target audience. ...

Qualifications 
A bachelor’s degree is required and an advanced degree with at least 10 years of senior management experience in the arts, higher education, or social purpose organizations are preferred. Exemplary verbal and written communication skills, demonstrable experience growing philanthropic and earned revenues, and a track record of collectively working with a variety of stakeholders are necessary. Qualified candidates must have the ability to travel internationally on a regular basis. Multiple language capabilities and nonprofit governance expertise are greatly appreciated. ...

Applications and Inquiries 

Please submit a cover letter and resume highlighting relevant and demonstrable accomplishments (electronic submissions preferred) to: 

Dr. Bruce D. Thibodeau, President 
292 Newbury Street, Suite 315 
Boston, MA 02115-2801 
Tel (888) 234.4236 Ext. 201 
Email Silkroad@ArtsConsulting.com 

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 



Posted 4.13.19:  Multiple Fitness and Coaching Openings, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

Click the title below for the complete posting:
  1. Fitness & Wellness Teaching Fellow
  2. Upper School Cross Country Coach
  3. Upper School Basketball Coach
  4. Middle School Cross Country Coach
  5. Upper School Assistant Volleyball Coach
  6. Middle School Volleyball Coach


Posted 4.1.19: Student Services Coordinator, Latinx Emphasis, Office of Multicultural Affairs, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire

POSITION
: A full-time, professional academic staff position is available in the Office of Multicultural Affairs beginning July 1, 2019. The working title for this assignment is Student Services Coordinator, Latinx Emphasis (Hispanic, Latino/a, etc.) with an official title in the Student Services Coordinator title series. This is a 100% full-time renewable assignment, contingent on performance and funding. The salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution is required.  Additional requirements include at least one year of experience working in an education setting, as well as the ability to relate to individuals from diverse backgrounds.
 
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Preferred qualifications include a master’s degree from an accredited institution. Additional preferences include an educational background in Latin American Studies, Education, Human Sciences, or related field; experience working with and supporting Latinx students or communities in a college recruitment and/or retention capacity; at least one year of experience working in higher education; & demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusiveness....

 APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications are submitted electronically. Please follow instructions found on the following UW-Eau Claire Web site: http://www.uwec.edu/EmploymentYou must create an account and login before you can apply. If you have not yet registered, click on the "Click here to Register" link to begin the registration process. If you are already a registered user, input your "User Name" and "Password" and select "Login." Click the link to the Student Services Coordinator, Latinx Emphasis position (Job ID # 15433) and then click the "Apply Now" button to submit your application electronically.  Your application will not be considered complete until all required documents are attached, and all required fields are completed.  Please be sure you have included the following in PDF format:
  • Letter of application
  • Curriculum vita
  • Unofficial transcript
  • Names and contact information for three references 
Please direct requests for additional information to:
          Ms. Pa Kue Vue     Email:   vuepakue@uwec.edu     Phone: 715-836-3367
 
To ensure consideration, completed applications must be received by 11:59pm on Friday, May 3, 2019....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 4.9.19:  Middle School Chinese Teacher, Oregon Episcopal School 

... Oregon Episcopal School is seeking an experienced, innovative educator to teach Chinese language and culture in its Middle School. This individual will teach sixth, seventh, and eighth grade Chinese with the possibility of an additional section of Chinese I in the Upper School as needed. The teacher will collaborate with the World Languages Department on articulating a scope and sequence for Chinese education at OES and will support Upper School Chinese language trips. In addition to the qualifications detailed below, the successful teacher will possess knowledge of current best practice in effectively teaching Chinese language and culture to English speaking students, a focus on child-centered teaching, and a demonstrated teaching philosophy and practice consistent with the mission, vision and Identity of OES. 

This is a full-time, exempt, academic year, position....

... APPLICATION PROCESS: Interested candidates should complete the OES Application here: https://fs18.formsite.com/OES_Form/nhbbs70awx/index.html and attach cover letter and resume. Open until filled. 

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.  

 

Posted 4.7.19: Director of Occupational Therapy Program, Notre Dame of Maryland University

Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU)--www.ndm.edu-- a private, Catholic institution, is accepting applications for the position of Director for their new Occupational Therapy program. NDMU, located in the lovely Homeland neighborhood, offers Maryland's only women's college, as well as co-educational certificate, undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. programs for women and men. ...

The successful candidate will have an earned doctorate in OT or in a related field; licensed or eligible for licensure in a recognized jurisdiction; at least 8 years experience as an Occupational Therapist; at least 3 years experience in a full-time academic institution with teaching responsibilities; administrative and organizational experience; and experience with ACOTE guidelines and accreditation standards. For more information, please visit www.Hyatt-Fennell.com.
Applications will be reviewed as they are received. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential. Submit materials to Cheryl Hyatt at NDM@hyatt-fennell.com. Notre Dame of Maryland University is an EEO/AA employer.
For more information contact:    Cheryl Hyatt – 724-242-0476     NDM@hyatt-fennell.com

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 4.3.19: Multiple Openings in Summer Programs, Civic Education Project, Center for Talent Development, Northwestern University 

Work with CEP this Summer!  Spend your summer helping young people discover how to make a difference in the world! 
Lead a group of 12-18 students in service-learning experiences engaging with local activists, leaders and change makers.
Inspire students to consider their leadership capacity through thoughtful reflection and dialogue.
Expand your knowledge and skills in service-learning facilitation and tap into a nationwide community of top-tier practitioners and educators.
YOU have the power to create life-changing experiences for young student leaders! Live and learn from a community of dedicated, passionate staff -apply today!

2019 Program & Position Details
Multiple instructional, residential, and administrative positions available; including facilitators, advisors, directors, etc.
Program locations in Chicago, Baltimore, Berkeley, and Evanston.
Week-long and 3-week opportunities.
Staff receive a stipend, room and board, and training in service-learning and experiential education.

For more information CLICK HERE.

Posted 4.3.19: Future Faculty Career Exploration Program, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY) 

The Rochester Institute of Technology’s Future Faculty Career Exploration Program (FFCEP) is currently accepting applications for the class of 2019. This program is design for historically underrepresented minority scholars to explore potential faculty careers. Participants will get to network with faculty, chairs, deans, and administration; hold a job talk presentation on their research; learn more about the culture and values of the institution straight from our diverse faculty and students; and so much more. 
 
The program is open to current students (PhD/MFA), alumni, postdoc scholars and fellows, and any others whom might be interested in exploring a career at RIT.  I have attached a flyer with additional details for you to share.  This is a competitive application process.  Applications are due on May 15th.  Learn more at: http://bit.ly/2Uivxy3

For a flyer of information CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 4.3.19: Two Open Faculty Positions, Northwest Missouri University

Click the title below for the complete posting:
• Assistant Professor or Instructor of Special Education:  
The Northwest Missouri State University School of Education seeks an engaging, knowledgeable, and passionate educator to serve as faculty member and colleague in a rural-based educator preparation program with a rich, University-wide tradition of high-quality educator preparation. The faculty member will serve as an Instructor/Assistant Professor (dependent on qualifications and experience) and must possess strong teaching, advising, research, leadership, presentation, collaboration, and communication skills. The selected candidate must model life-long learning and continuous renewal as an educator, and be grounded in the most current research, curriculum, pedagogy, and practice; this requires evidence of strong and successful experience as an effective elementary, early childhood, and/or secondary school teacher with deep content knowledge....

• Assistant Professor or Instructor
The Northwest Missouri State University School of Education seeks an engaging, knowledgeable, and passionate educator to serve as faculty member and colleague in a rural-based educator preparation program with a rich, University-wide tradition of high-quality educator preparation. The faculty member will serve as an Instructor/Assistant Professor (dependent on qualifications and experience) and must possess strong teaching, advising, research, leadership, presentation, collaboration, and communication skills. The selected candidate must model life-long learning and continuous renewal as an educator, and be grounded in the most current research, curriculum, pedagogy, and practice; this requires evidence of strong and successful experience as an effective elementary, early childhood, and/or secondary school teacher with deep content knowledge....
 

Posted 4.2.19: Area Coordinator, Head-of-Hall, Residence Life, John Carroll University (OH)

 ... The Area Coordinator is a full-time, 12-month, live-on professional staff member in the Office of Residence Life. The Area Coordinator reports to the Associate Director of Residence Life for Residential Education and shares in the responsibility for all facets of the Residence Life program. 

We seek an emerging student development practitioner who:

  • Cares deeply about forming strong relationships and engaging in meaningful experiences with students 
  • Embraces our Catholic and Jesuit identities and will live the mission of our University 
  • Is open to new and challenging experiences directed towards professional growth 
  • Is committed to creating and contributing to an inclusive campus community 

For more information about the University, its mission, and history, please visit: http://sites.jcu.edu/about

For more information about the Office of Residence Life, please visit: http://sites.jcu.edu/reslife

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Lead and develop a residential community of 400-550 students living in 2 residence halls 
  • Supervise, develop, and evaluate 11-14 Resident Assistants (RAs), including 2 Senior RAs 
  • Conduct bi-weekly one-on-one meetings with individual RAs and facilitate weekly staff meetings 
  • Oversee the planning and implementation of all programming initiatives within the residential area 
  • Advise and guide RAs on appropriate student and floor interventions 
  • Hear student conduct cases and administer educational sanctions ...

QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Masters degree in College Student Personnel Administration, Higher Education, or related field 
  • Prior experience in Student Affairs and Residence Life 
  • Prior supervisory experience ...

To apply for this position, please visit: https://jcu.peopleadmin.com/postings/1682 

The application deadline is April 15, 2019 and review of candidates will begin immediately. At the time of application, please submit a cover letter, resume, and list of three professional references. ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 3.29.19:  Student Services Coordinator, American Indian/Native American Emphasis, Office of Multicultural Affairs, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire

POSITION: A full-time, professional academic staff position is available in the Office of Multicultural Affairs beginning July 1, 2019. The working title for this assignment is Student Services Coordinator, American Indian/Native American Emphasis with an official title in the Student Services Coordinator title series. This is a 100% full-time renewable assignment, contingent on performance and funding. The salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution is required.  Additional requirements include at least one year of experience working in an education setting, as well as the ability to relate to individuals from diverse backgrounds.
 
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Preferred qualifications include a master’s degree from an accredited institution. Additional preferences include an educational background in American Indian Studies, Education, Human Sciences, or related field; experience working with and supporting American Indian/Native American students or communities in a college recruitment and/or retention capacity; at least one year of experience working in higher education; & demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusiveness....

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications are submitted electronically. Please follow instructions found on the following UW-Eau Claire Web site: http://www.uwec.edu/Employment....

Please direct requests for additional information to:
          Ms. Pa Kue Vue
          Email:   vuepakue@uwec.edu  Phone: 715-836-3367
 
To ensure consideration, completed applications must be received by 11:59pm on Tuesday, April 23, 2019.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 3.28.19:  Multiple Open Positions, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

Click the title below for the complete posting:
• Middle School Director
• Mathematics Teacher
• Upper School Track & Field Assistant Coach


Posted 3.22.19: Two Open Faculty Positions, Pima Community College (AZ)

Closing dates: March 25, 2019.
Click the job title below for the complete posting:

1: American Indian Studies/History (M.A. or Ph.D. can be in Ethnic Studies with 18 grad credits in AIS and 18 in HIS)
 

2: Sociology with Ethnic Studies preference (M.A or Ph.D. in Sociology with some grad work in Ethnic Studies preferred)



Posted 3.22.19: Lineberger Multicultural Studies Scholar in Residence, Lenoir Rhyne University (NC)

Lenoir Rhyne University seeks candidates to serve as the Lineberger Multicultural Studies Scholar in Residence for fall 2019. This position, sponsored by the Lineberger Center for Cultural an Educational Renewal and the Office of Multicultural Affairs, is intended to provide the candidate with a one-semester opportunity to cultivate a significant research project as well as develop their teaching portfolio. Fields of specialization are open but should fall generally under one of the following headings related to Multicultural Studies: Latino/Chicano Studies, Asian and Asian American Studies, African and African American Studies, Native American Studies, Ethnic Studies, and Gender and Sexuality. As part of the university’s ongoing mission to embody diversity in its various communities, international candidates and candidates from traditionally under-represented groups (e.g. women, African American, Asian and Asian America, Native America, and Latino/a, etc.) are especially encouraged to apply. Candidates will be evaluated on the following criteria: 

  •  Promise as a teacher 
  •  Promise as a scholar 
  •  A commitment to working with a diverse student body 
  •  A commitment to advancing the role of under-represented groups in higher education 

Position dates August 15, 2019—December 15, 2019. In addition to those applicants with terminal degrees, PhD candidates are encouraged to apply....
... To Apply To complete the online application process (required), candidates are directed to: http://hr.lr.edu/jobs 
... Review of applications will begin March 30, 2019 and will continue until the position has been filled. 

Inquiries from interested candidates should be directed to Dr. Rand Brandes, Director of the Lineberger Center at brandes@lr.edu . 

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 3.21.19:  Associate Student Services Coordinator, Coordinator of Operations, University of Wisconsin––Eau Claire 

POSITION DESCRIPTION: 

Reporting to the Assistant Director for Event Services, Camps and Conferences, the Coordinator of Operations trains, develops, and mentors a Davies Student Center setup crew comprised of approximately thirty to forty (30-40) student staff members and executes setup needs for a variety of student, department, and outside rental and conference events. Venues include the Davies Student Center, Schofield Auditorium, Zorn Arena, Hilltop Center, and a variety of other indoor and outdoor spaces on and off campus. 

The Coordinator of Operations will collaborate with student organizations, faculty and staff from academic departments and administrative units, as well as members of the Eau Claire community and beyond to provide timely and efficient customer service as well as professional execution of a variety of events. ...

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

• Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution 
• Previously demonstrated strong leadership, mentoring and training abilities in event services 
• Event setup experience in multi-use facilities such as student unions or convention centers 
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills....

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications are submitted electronically. Please follow instructions found on the following UW-Eau Claire Web site: https://www.uwec.edu/human-resources/employment-opportunities/ then click on “View Postings.” ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 3.20.19:  Multiple Openings, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Click the title below for the complete posting:

•  4436BR NTID Research Associate Professor

•  4437BR NTID Associate Professor

•  4449BR NTID Information & Computing Studies Lecturer

 
Posted 4.2.19:  Multiple Openings, The College of Saint Rose (NY)

Click any of the titles listed below for more information about the positions as well as for instructions on how to apply. This list can also be viewed on our website: http://www.strose.edu/campus-offices/human-resources/employment-opportunities/

Faculty
Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor of Music
Assistant Professor of Biolog
Assistant Professor of Management
Assistant Professor of Management
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Assistant or Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Administrative & Staff
Security Officer - 2nd and 3rd shift
Writing Center Director
Early Intervention/Preschool Services Clinical Provider
Area Coordinator, Residence Life
ESL INSTRUCTORS (TEMPORARY)
Models-Professional Life Model



Posted 3.20.19:  Chairperson of Nursing and Public Health Department, Moravian College

Moravian College (www.moravian.edu), is looking to fill the position of Chairperson of the Nursing and Public Health department of The Helen S. Breidegam School of Nursing. The Chairperson is responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of academic programs within the Nursing and Public Health department. The Chairperson reports to the Dean of the School of Natural and Health Sciences. For more information, please visit www.Hyatt-Fennell.com.

Submit nominations and application materials to Cheryl Hyatt at Moravian@hyatt-fennell.com. Applications include a letter of interest, a current résumé/cv and contact information for five professional references, in separate documents. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to March 25, 2019 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential. 

For more information contact:   Cheryl Hyatt - 724-242-0476
Moravian@hyatt-fennell.com       www.HYATT-FENNELL.com

Posted 3.14.19:  Dean of the College of Nursing, Resurrection University (IL)

Resurrection University (www.ResU.edu), located in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood, is accepting
applications for the position of Dean of the College of Nursing. Reporting to the Vice President of Academic
Affairs, the Dean will serve as the academic and administrative leader and provide leadership for the
College of Nursing in alignment with the University's strategic plan. For more information, please
visit www.Hyatt-Fennell.com.

The successful candidate will possess an earned Doctorate in a relevant field of study and a Master's
degree in Nursing (Doctoral Degree in Nursing preferred); a current license to practice nursing in the State
of Illinois or eligibility for licensure in Illinois (professional certification and or licensure in a specialty area
in nursing is encouraged); a minimum of 3 years of prior administration experience in a college of nursing
(3 to 5 years is preferred); and prior experience in instruction, curriculum design, program implementation,
and evaluation in an NLNAC and/or CCNE accredited nursing program.

Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to March 29, 2019 to
receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential. Submit
materials to Cheryl Hyatt at ResU@hyatt-fennell.com. Resurrection University provides equal employment
opportunities for all applicants and employees.

For more information contact:
Cheryl Hyatt - 724-242-0476      ResU@hyatt-fennell.com      www.HYATT-FENNELL.com
 
Posted 3.13.19:  Assistant/Associate Professor, Literacy Education, Stephen F. Austin University (TX)

This is a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track faculty position responsible for contributing significantly to Stephen F. Austin State University’s undergraduate and/or graduate programs through teaching, scholarship/creative accomplishment, and service. Works under minimal supervision, with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Reports to the chair.

Essential Job Functions:
1. Performs an equivalent of eight teaching units of work during the regular academic year; reduction of teaching load through reassignment of duties is possible under certain circumstances.
2. Engages in research/scholarly/creative and service activities at levels that are appropriate to faculty rank and departmental tenure/merit criteria.
3. Provides services to the university and the profession.
4. Participates in promotion review of lower-ranked faculty members within the department.
5. When tenured, participates in tenure review of candidates for tenure.
6. May conduct supplemental instructional activities such as independent studies, internships, advising, and thesis/dissertation supervision....

Required Qualifications:
...Education:

Doctoral degree is required. Candidate must have at least 18 graduate hours in literacy. Two degrees in early childhood education, reading, elementary education, curriculum and instruction, or related field are required. Bilingual certification and/or reading specialist certification is preferred.

Experience and Training:
Minimum of three years of teaching experience in EC-6th grade in accredited schools is required. Experience with online courses is required. College teaching experience is preferred....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 3.13.19:  CAREER FAIR for Culturally and Ethnically Diverse Educators (NY)
Facilitated by Eastern Suffolk BOCES 

Multiple Career Opportunities for Administrators, Teachers, and Substitute Teachers

Date: Saturday, April 13, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Location: Ralph G. Reed Middle School, 200 Half Mile Road, Central Islip, New York 11722
Complete Info and Registration: https://www.esboces.org/Page/1818 
Contact: Kenneth Marlborough at kmarlbor@esboces.org

Participating School Districts:
Bay Shore UFSD, Brentwood UFSD, Central Islip UFSD, Eastern Suffolk BOCES, Huntington UFSD, Longwood CSD, Riverhead CSD, Sachem CSD, Shoreham-Wading River CSD, South Country CSD, Three Village CSD and Western Suffolk BOCES

About Eastern Suffolk BOCES

Eastern Suffolk BOCES, an educational cooperative of 51 Long Island school districts, provides regional leadership and advocacy, direct instruction, management, and support through quality, cost-effective instructional programs, and shared services. These programs and services maximize educational and career opportunities for Long Island’s diverse community of lifelong learners, both children and adults, to achieve excellence and enhance the operational effectiveness of the region. 
  
Eastern Suffolk BOCES Educational Services Division, in partnership with the community, is dedicated to meeting the needs of diverse life-long learners by providing a full spectrum of cost-effective educational and career learning programs and services. These services include those that empower school districts and other educational providers to build capacity for teaching and learning, ensure equitable access to the best education for all students and achieve excellence. The programs enrich life and maximize potential within the community and work force. We are committed to quality, communication, research, respect, safety and attention to our continually changing world.
 
Posted 3.13.19:  Upper School Physics Teacher, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

The Archer School for Girls in Los Angeles, CA, is seeking a full-time Upper School Physics teacher beginning in August 2019. 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 500 girls in grades 6-12, Archer’s joyful and ambitious program is founded on the latest research around how girls learn best. 

We are currently looking for an experienced Physics teacher with 

  • • exemplary pedagogical skill, 
  • • strong content knowledge, 
  • • facility in using educational technology, 
  • • commitment to ongoing professional development, 
  • • and passion for teaching and learning from young people. 

Responsibilities include teaching 5 sections, serving as a grade-level advisor to 8-9 students, and participating in co-curricular school activities like our Annual Student STEM Symposium, STEM outreach, experiential trips, clubs, and committees. Opportunities for educational leadership are also a possibility. 

Archer is a “physics first” school; all 9th graders take Conceptual Physics as the intellectual foundation to studying Chemistry and Molecular Biology in 10th and 11th grades, respectively. ...

To apply, please click on the link below:  http://www.archer.org/careers 

No phone calls, please. More information on Archer can be found at www.archer.org

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 3.8.19:  Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor of Literacy Education, Hobart & William Smith Colleges (NY)
 
The Education Department at Hobart & William Smith Colleges invites applications for a one year, full-time Visiting Instructor or Assistant Professor to teach five courses related to literacy education in our innovative liberal arts based Teacher Education Program beginning July 1, 2019. The successful candidate will teach liberal arts courses in education in their field of expertise as well as seminars for students pursuing teacher certification, along with the possibility of supervising elementary and secondary student teachers.

Required Qualifications:
A recent Ph.D. or Ed.D. degree or advanced ABD status with a focus on literacy education or related field, experience teaching in K-12 and/or early childhood settings, an ability to teach both pedagogical and liberal arts courses in education, and a clearly defined scholarly interest are required. Candidates must have expertise in one or more of the following areas: literacy education, reading specialist, emergent literacy in early childhood settings, multicultural literacy education, critical literacy, or literacy theory and policy.

Preferred Qualifications:
Additional expertise in one or more of the following areas is desired: curriculum development; literacy and the arts; children’s literature; storytelling; urban education; Critical Race Theory; LGBTQ studies; social, cultural and critical perspectives in education; teacher professional development; educational technologies; and/or international education. Experience supervising student teachers and the ability to promote diversity within the Teacher Education Program are also desirable....

Please submit a signed letter of interest, a CV, at least one writing sample, a relevant course syllabus (if available), a diversity statement, and arrange to have three letters of reference sent via https://apply.interfolio.com/60926. Inquiries can be directed to Naomi Rodriguez (nrodriguez@hws.edu) and Audrey Roberson (roberson@hws.edu), Co-Chairs, Literacy Education Search Committee. The letter of interest should incorporate your philosophy of teaching and scholarly agenda. Review of completed applications will begin on March 25, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Women and members of traditionally under-represented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. For further information, please visit the following websites: Hobart and William Smith Colleges https://www2.hws.edu/ and the Education Department https://www.hws.edu/academics/education/.
If you have a question, or are looking for help, please contact Interfolio's support team at help@interfolio.com or call 1-877-997-8807 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. through 6 p.m., EST, Monday through Friday.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.   
 

Posted 3.8.19:  Tenure-track Assistant Professor Position, School of Business, Department of Marketing, St. Bonaventure University

St. Bonaventure University invites applications for a tenure-track position in Marketing at the Assistant Professor level. The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to quality teaching, research, service to the department and university, and collegiality.
 
The ability to teach at both undergraduate and graduate levels is expected, both in-person and online. The candidate will also undertake scholarly research in a collaborative and supportive environment that welcomes theory based research within the marketing discipline as well as inter-disciplinary and education-related research.  Applicants must meet the AACSB academically qualified (scholarly academic) requirement.  Service activities may include leadership roles as well as service learning and/or co-curricular activities. Although there is an expectation that qualified candidates will be able to teach all marketing related topics, we have a particular interest in Integrated Marketing Communications and Marketing Analytics.
 
Applications may be submitted online at marketingsearch@sbu.edu          Please submit the following:
 
Cover Letter
Curriculum Vitae
Statement of Teaching Philosophy
Statement of Research Interests and Objectives
Contact Information for Three Professional References
 
For additional information please contact the department chair, Dr. Paul G. Barretta by email at pbarrett@sbu.edu or by telephone at (716) 375-2189....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 3.6.19: Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer, Saint Joseph's University (PA)

...Reporting to the Provost, the Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer provides leadership, advocacy, support services, and programming to strengthen the culture of inclusion and diversity at Saint Joseph’s University by maintaining an active and visible presence on campus and actively partnering with students, faculty, staff, and administrators. The position will also chair the President’s Council for Inclusion and Diversity (PCID) and, in this specific capacity, will report directly to the President....

Requirements include a master’s degree in a relevant discipline and a minimum of eight years of experience in the development, implementation, and assessment of inclusion and diversity strategies and practices; evidence of nuanced, broad, contemporary, and sophisticated understanding of diversity in all of its forms; excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills, including ability to build rapport and collaborate with diverse constituents, both internally and externally; proven experience as a trainer and educator on issues of inclusion and diversity; demonstrated excellence in budget preparation, decision-making, supervision, long-range planning, organization, and conflict management; general understanding of laws relating to equal opportunity, affirmative action, and claims of discrimination and harassment (e.g., Title IX); and demonstrated ability to prepare, analyze, and interpret reports. 

An earned doctorate or other terminal degree is preferred, as is a record of research in a relevant field and experience working in a higher education setting with multiple constituencies (students, faculty, staff, and administrators). 

Saint Joseph’s University has retained Spelman Johnson to assist with this search. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled; complete applications received by March 29, 2019, will be assured full consideration. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at www.spelmanjohnson.com/open-positions. Confidential inquiries and nominations should be directed to Jim Norfleet at jmn@spelmanjohnson.com. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895. 

Visit the Saint Joseph’s University website at www.sju.edu 

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 3.5.19:  Multiple Openings for 2019-2020 School Year, North Allegheny School District (PA)

The North Allegheny School District in suburban Pittsburgh, PA, is recruiting to fill vacancies during the 2019-2020 School Year for our premier District. Current openings include School Bus Drivers, Custodial/Maintenance Staff, and Paraprofessional Employees. Professional Employee vacancies that may exist for teachers, counselors, psychologists, social workers, nurses, technology integrators and speech therapists will be posted in April 2019 and continue throughout the summer until all positions are filled. Please visit our website below for available opportunities.

NASD is known for its focus on developing the whole child and has a track record of excellence in academics, the arts, athletics, and student activities.  The District is seeking candidates who believe in our mission of preparing all students for success in a changing world.
The District embraces, values, and promotes diversity and inclusion and seeks individuals who want to join our learning community and continue to grow in a supportive environment.  We believe that diversity enriches our student experience and is a fundamental part of a solid education. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and celebrates the characteristics that make us all unique. For more information, please visit www.northallegheny.org.

Be The Difference and Apply Today at https://www.applitrack.com/northallegheny/onlineapp/

Posted 3.2.19:  Executive Director, Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives, Cornell University (NY)
 

Cornell University invites inquiries, nominations and applications for an experienced, innovative, committed, and collaborative professional to serve as Executive Director of the Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives (OADI) ...

...OADI oversees a range of academic programs and initiatives – funded by the University, grants and gifts – dedicated to supporting the academic engagement and success of students from backgrounds that have historically been underrepresented in higher education. These include students who are first in their families to go to college, from low-income families, military veterans and reservists, individuals of color, adult learners, and from other non-traditional backgrounds. OADI provides academic, professional, personal, and financial advising in both individual- and group-formats to support students’ academic excellence and well-being while at Cornell as well as in their post-graduate pursuits.... 

The Successful Candidate 

The successful candidate must possess a master’s degree from an accredited institution in a related field, a minimum of eight years of related experience including demonstrated progressive growth in leadership and supervision of professional staff in a higher education setting. The candidate must possess expertise in the areas of student affairs and academic advising, grant-funded programs, and personnel and budget management. In addition, the executive director must have a deep, proven commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, with a demonstrated capacity to connect with individuals across racial, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and other identities. A doctorate in a related field; solid grant writing and/or previous experience with identifying and securing advancement initiatives that would strengthen OADI and Cornell’s competitive edge; and fundraising are preferred. ...

In addition to the above-stated qualifications and characteristics, the candidate’s professional experiences should include: 

  • • Successful track record of upper level administration of programs and initiatives; well-versed in project management, budgeting, streamlining operational processes, and maintaining effective administrative protocols; strong planning and organizational skills. 
  • • Knowledge of leadership principles involved in strategic planning and resource allocation, including leading and managing change. 
  • • Success as a creative and innovative leader whose work is informed by effective strategic planning and evidence derived from regular assessment activities. This includes demonstrated ability to develop and implement assessment plans and to use assessment results to improve the effectiveness of services and programs for students. 
  • • Successful track record of developing and empowering professional staff and cultivating positive team cultures. ...

How to Apply 
Interested candidates should send a letter of application and resume/CV that relates skills, abilities, knowledge, notable achievements, and professional experiences to the stated qualifications for the position. The packet should be sent to EDOADI@wspelman.com. The subject line should be EDOADI. 

Confidential inquiries may be made by contacting Megan Spelman at Megan@wspelman.com or at 585-366-4329. 

For full consideration, all materials should be received by April 5, 2019. The process will continue until the position is filled. 

For the online posting CLICK HERE: http://wspelman.com/searches/new-blog-post-6/

For the complete posting CLICK HERE
 

Posted 2.27.19:  Three Openings, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

Click the job title below for the complete posting:
• History–Long-term Substitute
• Chemistry–Long-term Substitute
• Assistant Track & Field  Coach

Posted 2.25.19: President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Windsor, Canada

... The University of Windsor has begun a search for the University’s seventh President and Vice-Chancellor.  The University seeks a leader who can build upon this foundation and take the institution to new heights along this trajectory of transformation. The President and Vice-Chancellor will guide the institution in providing the education pathways that students of today and tomorrow are seeking, in pursuing and applying research and creative strengths to a community’s and society’s greatest challenges, and in helping to enrich the economic and cultural fabric of the region.

This is a six-year renewable term position offering competitive compensation and benefits. For the mandate and profile see the Executive Brief at: www.uwindsor.ca/president-executive-brief. The Search Committee will begin to consider potential candidates immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Applications, including a letter of introduction, curriculum vitae, and the names of three references (who will not be contacted without consent of the applicant) should be submitted with confidence, electronically, to:
Laverne Smith & Associates Inc.
Windsor@lavernesmith.com

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 
 

Posted 2.21.19: Associate Dean of Students for Inclusion and Belonging, Harvard University
 
Harvard University invites inquiries, nominations, and applications for the newly created position of Associate Dean of Students for Inclusion and Belonging. The Associate Dean will lead Harvard College’s efforts to promote student body diversity and inclusion. This leader will have a unique opportunity to serve as an architect in designing a new office that will embed principles of diversity, inclusion, and belonging in the co-curricular and residential experience of all students....
 
An integrated office focused on inclusion and belonging—yet to be named—will be a new entity within the Dean of Students Office which structurally integrates the work and missions of the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations and the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (which includes the Office of BGLTQ Student Life, the Office of Diversity Education and Support, Title IX, and the Harvard College Women’s Center). These two offices have been structurally separate within Harvard College, yet they share synergies and principles of diversity and inclusion with a focus on the student experience. This new, integrated office will serve as a central clearinghouse for diversity-related issues, and the staff within the area will work with departments and offices throughout the College to infuse principles of diversity, belonging, and inclusion in the co-curricular and residential student experience.
 
Reporting to the Dean of Students, the Associate Dean will serve as a senior strategic leader within the Dean of Students Office and Harvard College. The Associate Dean will lead the development of a structure that both serves students of today and orients toward the future, ensuring that programs and services are responsive to the changing demographics and needs of the Harvard College student body. This person will advance efforts that build a diverse and welcoming learning environment and culture, infuse belonging and inclusion efforts in all aspects of the student experience, and attend to the issues of intersectionality within and among students. ...
 
The Associate Dean will be an experienced and successful strategic leader, manager, and effective communicator with a proven record of bringing diverse communities together. The Associate Dean will have demonstrated experience in ensuring that principles of belonging and inclusion are embedded within all areas of student affairs. The Associate Dean will have outstanding supervisory, management, and budget experience.
 
The position requires a thoughtful, collaborative leader who can forge partnerships across departments, who has a proven record of responding effectively to challenging student and community issues, and who understands how to approach issues and situations with students. The new Associate Dean will possess an understanding of and experience with effective assessment practices with a focus on student learning and the ability to guide data-driven efforts across a large department....
 
An earned doctorate or comparable educational background is strongly preferred; a master’s degree is required along with a minimum of 10 years of progressive experience in a complex, student-centered environment or similarly complex organization with expertise in the functions and purpose of diversity and inclusion efforts within communities; evidence of innovation and organizational design; a keen political acumen; and deep theoretical and practical knowledge of issues of inclusion and equity and the role of diversity within a residential liberal arts environment.
 
Harvard has retained Spelman Johnson to assist with this search. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled; complete applications received by March 22, 2019, will be assured full consideration. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at www.spelmanjohnson.com/open-positions. Confidential inquiries and nominations for this position may be emailed to Jim Norfleet at jmn@spelmanjohnson.com. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.
 
Visit the Harvard website at www.harvard.edu
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 2.21.19:  Lecturer, Literacy Education, The College at Brockport, The State University of New York

The Department of Education and Human Development at The College at Brockport, State University of New York
is accepting applications for Lecturer of Literacy Education B?12 in our inclusive education program.

Major Responsibilities
- Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in literacy education, which includes a 4/4 course teaching
load per year
- Participate in service activities, serve on department/campus?wide committees
- Work collaboratively with department faculty in B?12 education programs
- Supervise candidates in field experience and student teaching placements
- Use technology in teaching, including online instruction...

Required Qualifications
Earned Master’s degree (or higher) in Literacy or related field by time of appointment from an accredited US
Department of Education or internationally recognized college or university; earned teacher certification; a
minimum of three years of demonstrated successful teaching experience at the intermediate and/or high school
level; demonstrated ability to work with socially, culturally, and linguistically diverse populations to prepare
culturally competent teachers; and, demonstrated ability to use technology to support teaching and learning.

Preferred Qualifications
Terminal degree or ABD in Literacy Education or related field by time of appointment from an accredited US
Department of Education or internationally recognized college or university; certification in Literacy and/or
experience as a Literacy Specialist or Literacy Coach; background in additional areas of expertise such as critical
literacies, digital literacy, language and learning disabilities, education of English Language Learners....

Application Instructions
Visit http://jobs.brockport.edu to apply.
Preference will be given to application materials received by March 22, 2019 and application materials will
continue to be accepted until the position is filled. For consideration, apply online at jobs.brockport.edu and
submit the following: 1.) A letter of application explicitly detailing how you meet the required and preferred
qualifications including examples, 2.) a curriculum vitae (CV), 3.) the names and contact information for three
references, and 4.) a statement of teaching philosophy.
This position requires the successful completion of a background check.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 2.21.19:  Dean, College of Education, Florida Atlantic University

Florida Atlantic University (FAU) – a dynamic and multicultural public research university with six campuses and sites that span more than 100 miles of coastline – welcomes applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the College of Education (COE). The College of Education seeks an energetic, inspiring, innovative leader who can bring together the college's talented faculty and staff around a vision for its future within a dynamic and leading public research university. The next dean must care deeply about education at all levels and must possess the integrity, enthusiasm, and dedication to lead a diverse college through the challenges facing all educational institutions in this century. As the chief academic officer of the college, the dean reports to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and works closely with the campus administrative team.

The Dean of the College of Education will join FAU during a time of great momentum and transformation, partnering with a talented team to achieve the university’s ambitions as outlined in FAU’s 2015-2025 Strategic Plan for the Race to Excellence. This plan outlines the university’s aspiration to pursue, with unbridled ambition, the intention of becoming the nation’s fastest-improving public research university. More information about the university
can be found at www.fau.edu.

The successful dean candidate will have earned a doctorate and present a distinguished record of accomplishments, commensurate with the rank of full professor. The candidate must demonstrate a commitment to promoting and advocating for social justice, diversity, and inclusion, as well as, a record of innovation and a desire to engage in and support public scholarship that speaks to critical issues in education. The candidate must demonstrate good judgment needed to thoughtfully recruit, retain, and evaluate faculty, encourage program development, and engage faculty and fellow administrators in effective budget planning. The candidate must exhibit a commitment to academic excellence and engaged community scholarship, along with a willingness to engage in fundraising efforts in support of the college's goals.  The new dean will work collaboratively with faculty colleagues, staff, and students to increase research activity, support community engagement, and develop new partnerships and initiatives.

Inquiries, nominations, and applications should be directed via e-mail to the university's consultants, Lucy A. Leske, Charlene L. Aguilar and Jessica A. Herrington at FAUDeanCOE@wittkieffer.com. Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae and a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described in the Leadership Profile, available at www.wittkieffer.com. All inquiries will be treated in confidence.  For fullest consideration, applicant materials should be received by March 13, 2019.
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 2.21.19: Assistant/Associate Professor Position, School of Teacher Education, Educational Psychology and Content Methods, San Diego State University (CA)

The Position: The School of Teacher Education is searching for a tenure track assistant or
associate professor in Educational Psychology who uses educational psychological theories
and methods to inform teacher education, preferably focusing on pedagogical content
knowledge in one or more of the following areas: English/Language Arts, mathematics,
science, social science, physical education, or visual and performing arts. Applicants must hold
an earned doctorate in Educational Psychology or a closely related field. Candidates nearing
completion of the doctorate (ABD) may be considered. The successful candidate will possess
strong research interest and capability or potential for research and publication in top-tier
refereed journals. Position starts August 2019....

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
The College of Education comprises seven diverse departments/schools committed to one
unified mission: to prepare education, community-service, and counseling professionals to
provide the highest quality learning environments to ensure student and client success. The
College is ranked #1 among all California State Universities, #1 in San Diego County, #7 among
all universities in California, and #43 among all public universities nationally (U.S. News & World
Report, 2019).

SCHOOL OF TEACHER EDUCATION (STE)
Because SDSU began as a normal school, teacher education is central to the historic mission of
the university.  With nationally recognized research accomplishments and diverse expertise, the
STE is academic home to 18 tenured/tenure-track faculty and more than 70 adjunct faculty and
lecturers. 

Additional information about the University is available at http://www.sdsu.edu. Interested
candidates should apply via Interfolio. For questions, please contact Dr. Estella Chizhik at chizhik@sdsu.edu.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
Posted 2.21.19:  Dean, The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University (Canada)
 
Ryerson University welcomes those who have demonstrated a commitment to upholding the values of equity, diversity, and inclusion and will assist us to expand our capacity for diversity in the broadest sense. In addition, to correct the conditions of disadvantage in employment in Canada, we encourage applications from members of groups that have been historically disadvantaged and marginalized, including First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples, Indigenous peoples of North America, racialized persons, persons with disabilities, and those who identify as women and/or 2SLGBTQ+. Please note that all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, applications from Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
 
Ryerson University invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, with the appointment to be effective July 2019. This is an outstanding opportunity to lead the School’s unique collaborative model delivering innovative, quality, lifelong learning that empowers adults to reach their life and career goals.
 
Located in the heart of Toronto, one of the world’s most culturally and linguistically diverse cities, Ryerson University continues to build Canada’s innovation ecosystem and to drive economic development. Ryerson is on a transformative path to become Canada’s leading comprehensive innovation university, with high quality programmes and scholarly, research, and creative activities that extend beyond its walls. With a mission to serve societal need, and a long-standing commitment to engaging its community, Ryerson offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programmes. Distinctly urban, culturally diverse and inclusive, the University has more than 45,000 students, including 2,600 master's and PhD students, over 3,000 faculty and staff, and more than 170,000 alumni worldwide. For more information, please visit www.ryerson.ca. ...
 
Reporting to the Provost and Vice-President, Academic and part of Ryerson’s senior administration, the Dean is responsible for all aspects of the operation of the Chang School including strategy, policy development, implementation, and management. The Dean will have a graduate degree, combined with senior management experience that emphasizes strategic planning and service excellence relating to continuous learning and professional development. The successful candidate will have a vision for lifelong learning and will support Ryerson’s commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion in scholarship, pedagogy, and curriculum, and in administrative and leadership activities. The Dean will have a thorough understanding of student and employer needs in an environment of innovation and advancing technology, and will possess the leadership skills to foster positive and collaborative relationships with Ryerson’s academic units, and ensure ongoing success in an entrepreneurial continuing education setting. Familiarity with university constituencies will be a strong asset. Candidates should bring a high level of energy and enthusiasm, a strong commitment to adult learning, and a demonstrated record of building innovative and co-operative working relationships.
 
The search committee will begin to consider potential candidates immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Applications, including a letter of introduction, curriculum vitae, and the names of three references (who will not be contacted without consent of the applicant), should be submitted in confidence, electronically, to:
 
Laverne Smith & Associates Inc.    RyersonChang@lavernesmith.com

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 2.11.19:  Vice President for Mission Integration, St. Bonaventure University (NY)

St. Bonaventure University (www.sbu.edu) a private, Franciscan Catholic institution in Western NY, is accepting applications for its next Vice President for Mission Integration. This position assists the President in promoting and enabling the vision of the University, its Catholic identity, and its Franciscan mission and heritage.  This is an executive level, full-time, administrative appointment. The vice president supervises the Division of Mission Integration which includes University Ministries. The appointee must be a faith-inspired individual who has a strong understanding and commitment to the heritage and educational mission of the Order of Friars Minor (Franciscans) and the Catholic identity of the institution, at the same time appreciating and welcoming those of other faith and cultural traditions. 
 
The successful candidate will have a doctoral degree in a field such as ministry/divinity or a traditional academic area of study; a minimum of ten years of progressive experience administering mission-driven programming at Catholic colleges or universities, with a preference for a Franciscan environment based on transformative education; and a solid understanding of the teachings of the Catholic Church, with an emphasis on the Franciscan mission, vision, and values. Visit www.Hyatt-Fennell.com for more information.
 
Submit materials to Cheryl Hyatt at sbu@hyatt-fennell.com. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to March 8, 2019 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential. St. Bonaventure University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
 
For more information contact:  Cheryl Hyatt - 724-242-0476
sbu@hyatt-fennell.com        www.HYATT-FENNELL.com
Posted 2.11.19:  Vice President for Business and Finance, Elmhurst College (IL)

Elmhurst College (www.elmhurst.edu), a private college in suburban Chicago with a strong liberal arts tradition and a commitment to professional preparation, is accepting applications for the position of Vice President for Business and Finance.
 
Reporting to the President, the Vice President for Business and Finance will serve as the Chief Financial Officer of the College and is responsible for the direction of finance, financial aid, human resources, risk management and certain contract service relationships. The selected candidate will work closely and collaboratively with all sectors of the College’s constituencies, providing ongoing communication, education and knowledge of the College’s financial objectives, conditions and strategies while promoting a strong culture of service.
 
The selected candidate will have a master’s degree in a finance-related field or MBA; five years of experience in a similar higher education setting; a strong work ethic and visibility on campus; and the ability to work collegially with Cabinet peers and across the College community.  For a more detailed description, please visit www.hyatt-fennell.com.
 
Submit application materials to Cheryl Hyatt at elmhurst@hyatt-fennell.com. Applications include a letter of interest, a current résumé/cv, and contact information for five professional references. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted by February 22, 2019 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential.  Elmhurst College is an equal opportunity employer.
 
For more information contact:
Cheryl Hyatt  -  724-242-0476    http://www.hyatt-fennell.com.
 

Posted 2.11.19:  Multiple Openings, The College of Saint Rose

Administration & Staff:
Assistant Director of International Recruitment and Admissions
Groundskeeper_ Main Campus
Seasonal Athletics Groundskeeper
Student Accounts Representative, Part-Time
Floor Technician
Programmer/Analyst
Assistant Director of Safety and Security (Administration)
Shuttle Driver -2nd Shift, Part Time Academic Year
Facilities Service and Support Coordinator
Professional Tutor, Economics - Part-Time Position
Admissions CRM System Analyst
Security Officer - 2nd and 3rd shift
Models-Professional Life Models
Early Intervention/Preschool Services Clinical Provider

Faculty
Assistant Professor of Biology
Assistant Professor of Management
Assistant Professor of Management
Assistant Professor of Social Work
Assistant Professor of Social Work
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Assistant or Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders
 

Posted 2.7.19:  Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students, Assumption College (MA)

Assumption College (www.Assumption.edu), a Catholic institution sponsored by the Augustinians of the Assumption located in Worcester Massachusetts, invites applications for the position of Vice President for Student Affairs / Dean of Students (VPSA). As a cabinet member reporting to the President, the VPSA provides leadership, vision and direction in the administration of a comprehensive range of services, policies, and procedures related to student programming, formation, and planning in a manner consistent with the mission and values of the College.
The ideal candidate will have a Doctorate degree; seven to ten years of Student Affairs experience in a primarily residential college; excellent interpersonal (written and verbal) and computer skills; the ability to inspire, motivate and collaborate with others and the desire to mentor students; and a strong commitment to the mission, values and goals of the College, informed by the institution's Catholic identity.

For a more detailed description please visit www.hyatt-fennell.com.

Assumption College is being assisted by the partners of Hyatt–Fennell, Executive Search. Submit application materials to Assumption@hyatt-fennell.com. Applications include a letter of interest, a current résumé/cv, and contact information for five professional references. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to February 25, 2019 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential. Assumption College is an EOE and a member of the Higher Education Consortium of Central Massachusetts. The College favors diversity, ecumenically welcomes all who share its goals, and strongly encourages applicants from underrepresented racial minorities to apply.

For more information contact:    Cheryl Hyatt - 724-242-0476    www.HYATT-FENNELL.com
Contact Us:  Assumption@hyatt-fennell.com

Posted 2.6.19:  Assistant or Associate Professor, Adolescent Literacy Education, Bellarmine University (KY)

Bellarmine University (https://www.bellarmine.edu/) is a dynamic, growing university with a strong liberal arts focus in the Catholic higher education tradition and a bold vision for the future. Bellarmine has undergraduate and graduate enrollment of nearly 3,500 students, and continues to add new academic programs while maintaining small class sizes and personal attention to students. Bellarmine is listed in the Princeton Review's Best 384 Colleges, is one of the top 20 Southern regional universities in U.S. News and World Report's 2019 college rankings, and is a top university in Forbes' list of America's best colleges. In a survey by The Princeton Review, students praised Bellarmine as a place that is "welcoming to every single person and makes an effort to include everyone." Bellarmine students, faculty and staff engage in more than 25,000 cumulative hours of service each year, in Louisville and around the nation and world....

Primary responsibilities will be to teach literacy education courses (and other general education courses), and to work with students and colleagues in the School of Education and across the University and Community to develop programs that support adolescent literacy development. The successful candidate will demonstrate a research agenda that involves work in adolescent literacy, experience securing external funding to support program and research initiatives, and experience with online and in-person teaching methods. Our new colleague will also demonstrate dedication to outreach programs, participation in all school accreditation activities and academic advising, and service to candidate's professional field, university, and community. To qualify for appointment at the Associate Professor level, candidates must currently hold or have held that rank at a comparable institution....

Requirements for this position include:

  • An earned doctorate in literacy education, English education, or a closely related field from a regionally and nationally accredited university
  • A minimum of three years P-12 teaching experience
  • Demonstrated expertise in middle and/or high school literacy instruction
  • Hold a current teaching certificate

Application Instructions:
Please submit a letter of interest, vita, teaching philosophy, unofficial transcripts and contact information for three professional references by clicking on the appropriate link in this posting....
 
Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/t63hysh9bxh2qm32

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 2.4.19: Executive Director, International House–Davis (CA)

Located in Davis, CA and adjacent to the UC Davis campus, International House Davis (I-House Davis) is a
nonprofit organization that acts as a greater Sacramento regional resource to individuals and groups
involved in world community issues. The I-House Davis promotes activities, programs and events that
help people of all races, cultures and nations to value, understand and cooperate with one another, and
that promote a broad commitment to the long-term goal of international cooperation and world
understanding. I-House Davis is committed to promoting these values to the larger regional community.

POSITION SUMMARY AND REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS
The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for programs, budget development, fund raising, fiscal
oversight, facility management, staff and volunteer management, generating private support, and the
overall leadership of the organization. The ED leads the nonprofit organization by overseeing programs
and operations and nurturing volunteer and donor relationships that support the mission....

IDEAL CANDIDATE
Successful Executive Director candidates will be knowledgeable in all aspects of nonprofit management including development, finances, revenue generation, membership programs and services, technology,staff supervision, and board governance. In addition, they will have the following combination of skills,knowledge, abilities, personal characteristics, education and experience that will allow them to fulfill the responsibilities of the job and be an effective leader who can partner with the Board of Directors,members, and staff in serving the best interests of the organization....

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Priority review of applications will begin Friday, February 22, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. To ensure full consideration, please submit a cover letter and resume directly to: Ms. Andrea Weiss, Recruitment Consultant, andrea@weisscareer.com, 530-756-8219.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 
Posted 2.2.19: Africa / Mideast Correspondent, Global Sisters Report

We’re looking for a passionate, sensitive writer interested in exploring human development issues through a particular prism. Global Sisters Report, an award-winning website publication of National Catholic Reporter, is hiring a regional correspondent for Africa/Middle East. We’re looking for someone to write about the varied missions and ministries of Catholic women religious in Africa with context, depth and detail while being able to convey “big picture” themes about human development. Ideal applicants will have experience with international reporting and the ability to manage multiple deadlines and roles within the newsroom.

The preference is to have this person based in the region and able to travel frequently to other African countries and occasionally to the Middle East. Responsibilities include reporting trips to countries in the region, with the expectation of 5-8 stories out of each trip, along with shooting photos and some video. Stories for National Catholic Reporter (GSR’s parent company) may be expected/assigned on occasion.  Candidates must be available when not traveling for a weekly video conference meeting with the staff in the GSR home office in Kansas City, Missouri. Candidates must also recruit and manage freelancers, help develop specific country and regional story ideas, and provide initial edit(s) on stories before they are sent to a GSR editor and a copy desk for final edits. As regional correspondent, this person would also be responsible for promoting the Global Sisters Report website to sisters, including managing and expanding the GSR Whatsapp group and finding other creative ways to bring GSR content to sisters who may not have regular internet access. Please send a cover letter, resume and four to six writing samples to GSR Editor Gail DeGeorge – gdegeorge@ncronline.org – by Feb. 18.

Posted 2.2.19: Middle School Teacher/Adolescent Guide, The Elizabeth Anne Clune Montessori School of Ithaca (NY) 

The Elizabeth Ann Clune Montessori School of Ithaca is a dynamic learning and growing community where 
each student is cherished as our hope for the future. We educate our students to one day step into leadership
roles as stewards of the planet and all its beings....

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Bachelor’s Degree.
  • 3 years teaching experience in public or private domain.
  • NAMTA Adolescent certification, or be willing to attend a funded 6 week summer training.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Flexible, energetic, tolerant, collaborative and passionate about adolescent development.
  • Willing to spend significant time in outdoor settings (hiking, camping, land stewardship)...
JOB DESCRIPTION:
  • Work collaboratively with Level Leader and Support Teacher to deliver a philosophically sound, integrated, 2 year Montessori adolescent program.
  • Develop and implement curricula in the areas of Humanities/Social Studies/Language Arts and topics in Health. (The ideal candidate would also be able to deliver curriculum in pre-algebraic mathematics.)
  • Engage and direct students in hands-on, experiential, practical life activities such as cooking, baking, gardening, shopcraft and/or service learning projects.
  • Collaborate in the development of interdisciplinary “cultural” curricula in support of school-wide celebrations, school trips, dramatic presentations and other such activities....
APPLICATION:
Applicant should forward the following documents:
• Cover Letter
• Resume
To:
Laura Gottfried, Principal
120 East King Road
Ithaca , New York. 14850
lgottfried@eacmsi.org

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 
Posted 1.30.19:  Director, Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (RACE), Emory University (GA)

...
 The Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (RACE) is driven by an enduring commitment to building inclusive and racially just communities. The mission of the Office is to support a sense of belonging for students from historically marginalized and/or underrepresented racial and ethnic identities. In addition, the Office is charged with encouraging and challenging all Emory students, including majority students, to inquire about the construction of racial identities and create active learning environments that enhance their awareness and exploration of why and how race informs cultural and communal development. 

Reporting to the assistant vice president of Campus Life, the Director of the Office for RACE is responsible for leading and directing achievement of the Office’s mission through the development and assessment of measurable goals and strategic visioning. As a member of Campus Life’s senior staff and part of Belonging and Community Justice (which includes the offices of the Center for Women; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Life; and RACE), the director of RACE collaborates with colleagues across the University to promote a healthy, socially just, ethically engaged, and inclusive community of citizens poised with the skills necessary to transform their communities and the world. Additionally, the director seeks to address racial injustice and serves as an advocate and champion working with students of historically marginalized and/or underrepresented racial and ethnic identities through the design, implementation, and assessment of programs and services that encourage belonging and community.... 

A master’s degree and a minimum of five years of documented professional experience are required. The successful candidate will possess a strong and demonstrated commitment to racial and social justice, equity, and intersectionality; effective written and oral communication skills including considerable experience in public speaking and presenting to diverse communities; seasoned leadership ability and facility to build capacity among staff and students in the problem-solving process of developing community, while also engaging others about, and across their differences; extensive experience shaping and assessing programs and services that foster belonging and community for students from historically marginalized and/or oppressed racial identities; evidence of successful supervision and team management; and the ability to promote excellent interpersonal relationships and to work collaboratively with diverse groups of students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community leaders. A doctoral degree and record of scholarship relating to racial and social justice, equity, and intersectionality, coupled with six or more years of related professional experience are preferred. 

Review of applications will begin February 28, 2019, and continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at www.spelmanjohnson.com/open-positions. Applicants must also submit application materials via the Emory University website at http://www.hr.emory.edu/eu/careers/. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Anne-Marie Kenney at amk@spelmanjohnson.com. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895. 

Visit the Emory University website at www.emory.edu 

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 


Posted 1.30.19: Assistant/Associate Professor, Eastern Kentucky University

Eastern Kentucky University invites applications for a full-time, nine (9) month tenure-track position in the BSW Social Work Program starting Fall 2019. The position requires an earned Doctorate in social work or a related field AND a Master’s in social work with a commitment to promoting excellence in undergraduate social work education. 

We seek an individual with a strong record of and commitment to teaching undergraduates across the curriculum (4:4 teaching load). We are particularly interested in applicants with experience teaching practice and HBSE co

Applicants should have experience teaching online and a willingness to teach in our online BSW program. Experience developing online courses is a plus. A scholarly record and agenda are required for tenure. ...

Applications accepted online only, at http://www.humanresources.eku.edu (Requisition  Number F00046P). ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 


Posted 1.30.19: Assistant Professor for Computer Science/STEM Education, Tennessee Tech
 
Essential Functions

Co-design and advance K-12 computer science education research and teacher preparation efforts at Tennessee Tech University and across the state of Tennessee. Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in computer science education, teacher preparation, STEM Education, and other courses relevant to the candidate’s areas of expertise. Design and develop, with colleagues, computer science education courses and program. Develop and maintain a strong record of scholarship. Provide leadership and partnership improvements in computer science education across the state. Provide service to the institution, profession and community. Develop grant proposals for external funding.

Minimum Qualifications

An earned doctorate or completion of all coursework (ABD) from an accredited institution in a relevant field related to education or computer science. Scholarly accomplishment appropriate to stage in academic career. Evidence suggesting potential to assume a leadership role in computer science education (e.g., university and/or K-12 program development, policy development, teacher certification, etc.). A record of successful university or K-12 teaching....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 1.30.19:  Two Instructional Positions, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

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Posted 1.24.19:  Principal Policy Associate–Innovation for Inclusion, Research to Action Lab, The Urban Institute

At the nonprofit Urban Institute, we believe in the power of evidence to improve lives and strengthen communities. Our employees are empowered to open minds, shape decisions and offer solutions. We encourage intellectual honesty, innovation, diversity, and mutual respect, and our analysis elevates the debate, wherever it takes place. ...

The Principal Policy Associate will serve as the managing director for an initiative to explore ways that the private sector and local leaders can harness technology and innovation to advance mobility, equity, and inclusion in cities. This expert will be responsible for leading research and policy projects that inform such efforts in the public and private sectors, managing relationships with funders and external partners, and conceptualizing and developing new bodies of work pertaining to technology, equity, and inclusion. The principal policy associate will work closely with the Urban Institute’s chief innovation officer and research and policy leaders from across Urban research centers, and our data and technology and communications teams. ...

The successful candidate will:
  • Possess a bachelor's degree with an advanced degree in urban planning, urban science, public policy, public administration or business strongly preferred and a strong background in urban policy and technology 
  • Thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced work environment and bring diverse stakeholders together to develop and execute shared goals 
  • Lead or significantly contribute to multiple projects relating to the application of technology to urban policy challenges, including authoring products and assessing the outcomes and impacts of policy proposals and changes ...
For application information and for the complete posting CLICK HERE 

Posted 1.23.19:  Chair, Associate/Full Professor, Institute for Urban Education, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Education is seeking an outstanding scholar to lead the UW-System Institute for Urban Education.  This newly created, research-focused position will lead the development of this collaborative and innovative institute to national prominence.  The UW System Institute for Urban Education began over ten years ago with a mission that focuses on teaching and learning for equity and social justice in classrooms that honor and engage the cultures of communities. This is a twelve-month tenured faculty appointment with UW System funding for at least five years. If funding were to end, the incumbent would move to a nine-month faculty member within the tenure-home department within the School of Education. For more information on the Institute, the Urban Education Chair role and to apply, please visit http://jobs.uwm.edu/postings/28270....

Minimum qualifications include:
•A terminal degree in teacher education or related field.
•Qualify for the rank of Associate or Full Professor with tenure.
•Record of accomplishment of publications and grants in the area of urban teacher education and/or related area.
•Record of accomplishment of collaborative partnerships among IHEs, public schools K-12 and districts, and community organizations.

Preferred qualifications include:
•Demonstrated ability to oversee centers and/or major projects including the supervision of staff and working with groups and individuals across campus
•Experience in K-12 setting – teaching and/or administration....

... Review of applications will begin March 1, 2019 and continue until the position is filled. However, applications received after February 28, 2019 may not receive consideration.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 
 

Posted 1.23.19:  Director of Employee Relations, The Park School (MA)


Founded in 1888, Park is a leading Pre-K to Grade VIII independent school located on a 34-acre campus in Brookline, Massachusetts....

The Director of Employee Relations provides strategic leadership in all areas of the human resources function in the interest of ensuring The Park School relates to all of its employees in a manner consistent with all of its stated values including diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Director of Employee Relations will work with the support of and under the supervision of the Assistant Head of School for Finance and Operations. Due to the nature of the Director of Employee Relations’ work, they will partner with both the Assistant Head of School for Finance and Operations and the Head of School on a regular basis. ...

Roles & Responsibilities

- Provide leadership in all areas of the human resources function: talent management (recruiting, employment, onboarding, professional development, performance development and management, retention), compensation (salary and benefits), diversity, equity and inclusion, employee relations, coaching, and administration

- Develop a deep understanding of all aspects of the School in order to provide the highest level of support possible

- Develop collegial professional relationships with all faculty and staff....

Application Information

Please visit The Park School Employment page to complete an application and upload your resume, cover letter, and names of three references (optional)....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 


Posted 1.23.19:  Assistant Director of Facilities, The Park School (MA)

...The Park School seeks an Assistant Director of Facilities to begin as soon as possible. Under the supervision of and with the support of the Director of Facilities, the Assistant Director of Facilities is responsible for maintaining the School’s physical plant in a clean, safe operating condition, adhering to an established maintenance program, and responding to unexpected maintenance needs. The Director and Assistant Director of Facilities will work together to plan, organize, and direct the daily work of the facilities team....

Application Information:
? Please visit the Employment Page to complete an application and upload your resume, cover letter, and names of three references.

? Competitive salary and benefits, including a strong professional development program,will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. The Park School welcomes candidates who will add to the diversity of our community and who have demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in their work....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 
 

Posted 1.23.19:  Three Tenure-track, Assistant/Associate Professors of Education, College of St. Scholastica (MN)

The College of St. Scholastica is seeking three full time, tenure track faculty members to join a robust School of Education. Opportunities are available in Duluth and St. Paul, Minnesota. Each position requires a unique area of expertise to include special education, literacy, and
foundation and methods. The School of Education provides innovative programs in a variety of formats including face to face, online and hybrid. Our faculty is committed to preparing effective and caring teachers who are knowledgeable in content, pedagogy and who
demonstrate effective dispositions. The faculty member contributes to an educational and work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for and development of skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds. Candidates with strong communication skills and
the ability to work collaboratively between programs and among colleagues on multiple campuses are highly sought.

Required Qualifications:
• Ed.D or Ph.D in Education or related field by August 2019
• Commitment to diversity and the preparation of teachers who can work successfully with diverse student populations
• Online teaching and/or learning experience
• Excellent communication, problem solving and interpersonal skills

Preferred Qualifications:
• Higher Education teaching experience....
 

For more information and to apply, visit http://apptrkr.com/1368742. The College of St. Scholastica is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating an educational and work environment that is rich in diversity, inclusive and supportive of all students, faculty and staff. Individuals from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 1.22.19:  Assistant Professor, Technical and Professional Writing, University of Maine

The Department of English at the University of Maine seeks a tenure-track assistant professor in professional and technical writing, anticipated to start September 1, 2019. The position is a nine-month, academic-year appointment with a 3-2 teaching assignment. 

The Department of English offers an undergraduate minor in Professional & Technical Writing and graduate courses in editing and document design and in grant and proposal writing. We seek a candidate who can help develop teaching and research foci on contemporary workplace cultures, institutional rhetorics, grant writing, usability and UX, and/or content strategy. Since an internship is central to our undergraduate minor, we are especially interested in candidates with professional experience in technical communication and those who can show a demonstrated commitment to leadership in facilitating public-private partnerships. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in Technical Communication or closely related field by date of hire; the ideal candidate will outline the next steps in a research agenda that has been shaped by workplace experiences involving client relations, project management, or entrepreneurship. An interest in helping develop curriculum for our popular Gen-Ed course in Business & Technical Writing is a plus....

Further information about UMaine can be found at https://umaine.edu ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
Posted 1.22.19:  Upper School Chemistry and Conceptual Physics Teacher, The Archer School for Girls (CA)


The Archer School for Girls in Los Angeles, CA, is seeking a full-time Upper School Chemistry and Conceptual Physics teacher beginning in August 2019. 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 500 girls in grades 6-12, Archer’s joyful and ambitious program is founded on the latest research around how girls learn best. 

We are currently looking for an experienced Chemistry and Conceptual Physics teacher with 

- exemplary pedagogical skill, 
- strong content knowledge, 
- facility in using educational technology, 
- commitment to ongoing professional development,  and
- passion for teaching and learning from young people. 

Responsibilities include teaching 5 sections, serving as a grade-level advisor to 8-9 students, and participating in co-curricular school activities like our Annual Student STEM Symposium, STEM outreach, experiential trips, clubs, and committees. Opportunities for educational leadership are also a possibility. ...

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Posted 1.22.19:  Multiple Openings, The College of Saint Rose (NY)

This list (and additional openings for staff and administrators) can also be viewed on our website:  http://www.strose.edu/campus-offices/human-resources/employment-opportunities/
Click on the job title below for the complete job posting:

Faculty:
Assistant Professor of Biology
Assistant Professor of Management
Assistant Professor of Management
Assistant Professor of Social Work
Assistant Professor of Social Work
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Assistant or Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders
 

Posted 1.22.19:  Three Openings for Visiting Assistant Professor for Counselor Education, St. Bonaventure University (NY)

The Visiting Assistant Professor for Counselor Education has major responsibilities that include: (1) instruction of master's level courses that are online (2) curriculum and program development; (3) supervision of counseling practica and internships; (4) student advisement and recruitment; (5) cooperative work with agencies, schools, and the larger regional community; (6) promotion of an active research and publication agenda; and (6) service at the department, school and university levels.  S/he will be expected to build and strengthen collaborative partnerships within and outside of the University. Active involvement in state, regional, and/or national professional associations will also be strongly encouraged.
 
The incumbent will teach a 4:4 course load during fall and winter semesters. Any course overloads during the regular academic year will result in an additional stipend, as will any new course development for the online Counseling program. During the summer 1 and summer 2 sessions, any teaching will be paid as an additional stipend.
 
The incumbent possesses the following qualifications: (1) an earned doctorate in Counselor Education (with preference given to graduates of CACREP-accredited programs); (2) experience as a school counselor and/or community mental health counselor; (3) university teaching experience, primarily with online or hybrid formats; and (4) a demonstrated commitment to and experience with diversity, social justice, and inclusion....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE
 

Posted 1.17.19: Assistant/Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Eastern Kentucky University

Eastern Kentucky University invites applications for a full-time, nine (9) month tenure-track position in the BSW Social Work Program starting Fall 2019. The position requires an earned Doctorate in social work or a related field AND a Masters in social work with a commitment to promoting excellence in undergraduate social work education.
 
We seek an individual with a strong record of and commitment to teaching undergraduates across the curriculum (4:4 teaching load). We are particularly interested in applicants with experience teaching practice and HBSE courses.
 
Applicants should have experience teaching online and a willingness to teach in our online BSW program. Experience developing online courses is a plus. A scholarly record and agenda are required for tenure....

Applications accepted online only, at http://www.humanresources.eku.edu (Requisition Number  F00046P).

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 1.16.19:  Director of Equity and Inclusion, The Park School (MA)

The Park School seeks a Director of Equity and Inclusion to begin July 1, 2019. The Director will be a member of the School’s senior administrative team and will provide focused, strategic leadership to sustain and strengthen current diversity initiatives and to develop mindful, innovative school-wide practices and programs in the areas of equity and inclusion....

Duties & Responsibilities:
• In partnership with the Head of School and administrative team, lead the development and implementation of policies, procedures, and programs that sustain and further develop a diverse, equitable, and inclusive school community
• In partnership with the Head of School and the administrative team, coordinate the representative leadership of the Faculty & Staff Diversity Committee, the Parents’ Association Diversity Committee, and the Board of Trustees Diversity Committee
 Create and implement a mission-aligned vision for community experiences related to multiculturalism, diversity, equity, and inclusion....

For the complete posting,  CLICK HERE .
 

Posted 1.16.19:  Multiple Instructional Positions, The Park School (MA)

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Posted 1.14.19: Assistant Head of School for Academics & Programs, The Park School (MA)

The Park School seeks an Assistant Head of School for Academics & Program to begin July 1, 2019. The Assistant Head for Academics & Program is a member of the School’s senior administrative team providing focused, strategic leadership to strengthen Park’s
student-centered PK - Grade VIII curriculum and instruction. The Assistant Head for Academics & Program partners with the Head of School on a variety of initiatives and is singularly responsible for leading key aspects of the School’s academic and instructional programs.
Founded in 1888, Park is a leading PK - Grade VIII independent school located on a 34-acre campus in Brookline, Massachusetts....

Qualifications:
  • An advanced degree and a minimum of five years of administrative experience leading curricular and instructional change
  • Experience as a division head preferred
  • Demonstrated depth of knowledge and skill regarding student-centered curriculum and pedagogy, applied learning, social-emotional learning, project-based instruction, and competency-based teaching and learning
  • Demonstrated dedication to multiculturalism, equity, and inclusion in school settings with a record of accomplishment....

Application Information:
Please visit the Employment Page to complete an application and upload your resume, cover letter, educational philosophy statement, and names of references....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 1.9.19: Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure-Track, Adolescence Education,  St. Bonaventure University (NY)

The Adolescence Education program within the School of Education at St. Bonaventure University invites applications for a new tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor position beginning fall 2019. The selected candidate will teach a 4:3 course load in both the undergraduate and graduate Adolescence Education programs during the regular academic year. S/he will also have the opportunity to teach during the summer for additional compensation. S/he will advise students, contribute to curriculum and program development, participate in school-wide assessment and accreditation efforts, and provide service and outreach to the School of Education, University, and external community stakeholders, including schools and districts. Active involvement in state, regional, and/or national professional associations will also be strongly encouraged.
 
An applicant for the position must possess the following minimum qualifications:
  • A Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Adolescence Education or in Curriculum and Instruction with a secondary education focus;
  • P-12 teaching experience with diverse learners (i.e., ESL, disabilities, low SES, race/ethnicity, culture and language, etc.) in urban and/or rural environments;
  • he successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate an appreciation of and respect for the University’s Catholic and Franciscan mission. As a member of the St. Bonaventure community, s/he will promote the Franciscan values of discovery, community, and individual worth.
  • Working knowledge and/or experience with ESL, STEAM, and/or reading/ELA....

If interested, please email a cover letter, curriculum vita, three letters of reference, and a sample of scholarly work to Mrs. Mary Beatty, Assistant to the Dean of the School of Education (mfbeatty@sbu.edu). Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Lisa C. Buenaventura, Dean of the School of Education/Dean of Graduate Studies (lbuenave@sbu.edu).
 
Women and members of underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply.Current Adolescence Education teacher certification, with additional certifications in Special Education or Literacy preferred;...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 1.9.19:  Chair in Contemporary Art Theory & Practice and Distinguished Curator-in-Residence, Emerson College (MA)

Emerson College (www.emerson.edu) is the nation’s only four-year institution dedicated exclusively to majors in communication and the arts in a liberal arts context. Established in 1880 as a small, regional school of oratory, Emerson has evolved into a diverse, coeducational, and multifaceted degree-granting institution with a liberal arts orientation. It educates students to assume positions of leadership in communication and the arts and to advance scholarship and creative work that brings innovation, depth, and diversity to these disciplines. Emerson’s mission is informed by core liberal arts values that seek to promote civic engagement, encourage ethical practices, foster respect for human diversity, and inspire students to create and communicate with clarity, integrity, and conviction.

Emerson’s epicenter is located in the dynamic multi-cultural city of Boston in close proximity to incredible cultural resources, arts and educational institutions, and research centers. With additional campuses in Los Angeles and Kasteel Well (The Netherlands), Emerson enrolls a total of 3,662 undergraduate students and 830 graduate students from 75 countries and all 50 states....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 
 
Posted 1.9.19: Multiple Open Positions, Arts Consulting Group
 
Imagine MKE
Chief Executive Officer
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

San Bernardino County Museum Association
Executive Director
Redlands, California

Festival Mozaic
Executive Director
San Luis Obispo, California

Cuyahoga Arts & Culture
Executive Director
Cleveland, Ohio

Association of Writers & Writing Programs
Executive Director
Riverdale Park, Maryland?

Museum of Latin American Art
Vice President of Development
Long Beach, California

New York City Opera
Director of Development
New York, New York

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
Vice President, Development
Banff, Alberta
The National Theatre
Executive Director
Washington, DC

Arts Council of Indianapolis
President and CEO
Indianapolis, Indiana

Ticket Philadelphia
Assistant Vice President
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
Vice President of Development
Newark, New Jersey

New Arts Service Organization
Executive Director
Springdale, Arkansas

Vancouver Art Gallery
Chief Development Officer
Vancouver, British Columbia
 
Canadian Museums Association
Executive Director
Ottawa, Ontario

General Inquiries
If you would like to be considered for future job opportunities, send a cover letter and resume to Jobs@ArtsConsulting.com.
 



Posted 1.9.19:  Assistant Professor, Saxophone, School of Music, Tennessee Technological University

The School of Music at Tennessee Tech University invites applications for a full-time tenure track Assistant Professor, Saxophone position, beginning August 2019. 
 
Responsibilities include administer all aspects of the saxophone program. Teach and recruit undergraduate saxophone majors; maintain a successful applied saxophone studio (classical and jazz); and direct the saxophone choir/chamber music. Perform with the TTU Faculty Jazz Ensemble and sustain regional/national visibility as a performer. Supervise inventory and maintenance of the department’s saxophone equipment. Teach courses in other areas of expertise depending on departmental needs. Build lasting professional relationships with local and regional music educators. Fulfill faculty expectations associated with traditional full-time tenure track university appointment (teaching, scholarly/creative activity, service).
 
Minimum qualifications: Master’s degree or Doctorate or ABD from an accredited institution in a related field.  Candidates without a Doctorate or who are ABD, must have significant professional experience in performing and teaching.  Preferred qualifications:  experience as a teacher at the university level and/or K-12. Demonstrated success in recruiting. Professional performance experience as a classical and jazz saxophonist and active participation in regional, national, and international conferences.
 
To apply, please visit the full job description at https://jobs.tntech.edu and electronically upload a letter of application; curriculum vitae; email contact information for three references who will be contacted via email to provide a reference letter; the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses of at least two additional references; and copies of transcripts for all degrees (official transcripts of all degrees conferred and/or documentation of educational qualifications will be required upon hire). Written materials should demonstrate effective teaching experience in saxophone and other areas of specialty as appropriate to the candidate. In addition, candidates will submit unedited videos (preferred) and/or audio recordings of saxophone performances in multiple styles and settings. These recordings should be submitted as a Word file with direct links. Submission of materials is the applicant’s responsibility. Applications missing required materials will be deemed incomplete and will not be considered. Questions should be directed to Dr. Colin Hill at cjhill@tntech.edu.  Screening of applications begins on January 25, 2019; open until filled.

Posted 1.9.19: Chairperson, Educational Studies, Ball State University

I. General Statement of Position and Function:
The primary appointment will be as chair of the department. This position offers an opportunity for providing dynamic leadership, encouraging creativity and innovation, and supporting colleagues in furthering the work of the Department. The chairperson plans, directs, and
coordinates the academic, operational, personnel, budgetary, and student activities of the department; provides leadership and direction in the development and implementation of academic programs and in the maintenance of excellence in teaching, scholarly productivity or
creative endeavor, and service. For this twelve-month, full-time, tenure-track position, the faculty member is expected to possess expertise within any of the department program areas and be able to teach undergraduate courses in a teacher education preparation program and/or
graduate courses in support of the department’s masters and/or doctoral programs and a variety of certificates

II. Department Chair Duties:
A. Serve as the department’s primary spokesperson and representative to the college, university, and external community.
B. Provide leadership in the development and evaluation of academic programs and curriculum within the department.
C. Support and develop both on-campus and off-campus programs, including face-to-face
and distance-learning formats. D. Provide leadership in creating new programming and establishing new partnerships with
school districts and select agencies across the department’s expertise.
E. In cooperation with the faculty, engage in short- and long-range planning for the department.
F. Responsible for the assignment of faculty load.
G. Act as fiscal agent for the department and allocate funds and resources in a manner designed to achieve excellence....
 

III. Minimum Acceptable Qualifications

A. Earned doctorate in research methods, higher education, educational policy studies, adult education, social foundations of education, curriculum and instruction or in the areas of specialization in the department (e.g. adult and community education, educational technology, curriculum, diversity studies, multicultural education, secondary education,qualitative research, institutional research, educational policy, educational law, or social foundations of education, technology education, family and consumer science education).

B. Record of teaching and advising, research, and creative endeavors, and service commensurate with the rank of associate professor and with the potential to be promoted to professor in a timely manner.

C. Potential to teach courses designed to serve multiple graduate programs.

D. Experience in advising undergraduate and/or graduate students....
 

VII Apply online: https://bsu.peopleadmin.com/postings/15895

Include the following documents with your application: cover letter, curriculum vitae,and a list of three references. Applications will be accepted through January 20, 2019....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 1.3.19: Teaching Fellows, TNTP Teacher Certification Program, Multiple Sites

Who We Are

We prepare exceptional teachers for the students who need them most - those in our country's most underserved communities, where systemic inequities and individual prejudices deny too many children access to a great education.
 
Click here to learn how TNTP's Teaching Fellows programs can enable you to transform your academic and professional expertise into a high-impact career as an outstanding certified teacher in Los Angeles (program is designated for college juniors), Las Vegas, Baltimore, New Orleans, or Indianapolis.
 
Program Overview
OUR PROGRAMS
Our programs offer an accelerated pathway into teaching. Though they share a common purpose, each of TNTP’s Teaching Fellows programs is unique.
 
AVAILABLE SUBJECTS
Choose the program that matches your interests. Select subject areas you wish to teach and regions where you’d like to work. See individual program pages for more details.
Please note that certification requirements vary by state and subject area. Specific guidance about academic requirements is provided on each program's "Eligibility" page.
 
Eligibility Requirements
We look for accomplished professionals, recent graduates, and college juniors who aren’t yet certified as educators, but who possess the skills to teach high-need subjects.? 
  • Must have bachelor’s degree by spring 2019 
    • Those interested in teaching in Los Angeles must be a college junior and need to be on track to graduate by June 2020
  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S. 
  • Minimum undergraduate GPA requirements vary by site
How to Apply
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Posted 1.3.19: Campbell Endowed Chair of Urban Education, The College of New Jersey

We seek a distinguished scholar at the Associate or Full Professor level who will positively contribute to our innovative urban teacher education and Masters programs as the holder of the Campbell Endowed Chair of Urban Education. 

REQUIREMENTS: Candidates should possess an Ed.D. or Ph.D. from an accredited institution and have an established record of research and teaching experience. Applicants’ scholarly focus should address issues of identity, equity, power, and justice in educational contexts including schools and communities. Desired focus areas are critical theories of race, educational justice movements, diversifying the teacher pipeline, and issues of politics and power related to underserved populations in public schools.   We are seeking a colleague who can complement and extend the research interest of a core faculty with excellence in the social, cultural, and political complexities of building partnerships between the College and local schools and community agencies. A pplicants who have demonstrated success with and will engage in partnerships with local schools and agencies is important for this position.  This includes a commitment to networking with relevant College, state, and/or national centers. A letter of recommendation from a community partner is requested when applying. 

PREFERRED:  K-12 teaching experience (professional or volunteer) and demonstrated success in grant-writing are also preferred.

TEACHING AND  PROFESSIONAL  RESPONSIBILITIES:        

The workload for the academic year will include teaching, program development, and student advising. The School of Education has new and existing urban education programs in which the candidate may teach: Early Childhood and Elementary Urban Education (P - 6), which has existed since 2009; Urban Secondary Education (6 - 12), which received state approval in 2018; and Special Education, Language, and Literacy, which houses much of the graduate coursework taken by students in each urban program.  The successful applicant in this position will teach no more than three classes each semester in one or multiple of these departments....

 


Posted 12/22/18: Two Open Positions, Liberal Studies, National Technical Institute of the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

• Faculty Rank: Lecturer,  Non-Tenure Track
  Requisition Number:  4264BR
  For the complete posting  CLICK HERE.

Faculty Rank: Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track
  Requisition Number:  4263BR
  For the complete posting CLICK HERE.  
 
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Posted 12/22/18:  Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track, Literacy Education, Department of Instruction and Curriculum Leadership, University of Memphis

The Department of Instruction and Curriculum Leadership is seeking to add a Tenure-track colleague (Position #001295) at the rank of Assistant Professor in the College of Education at the University of Memphis. Please see the qualifications and responsibilities below.
 
REQUIRED QUALIFCATIONS:  
  • An earned doctorate (obtained by August 2019) in Literacy, Reading, or a closely related field.
  • Evidence of competence to conduct and disseminate scholarly works as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications and/or national presentations.
  • Evidence of excellence in teaching with a minimum of 3 years in the K-12 setting.
 
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  
  • Experience working on externally funded projects and seeking external funding.
  • Experience and evidence of excellence in teaching at the college level.   
  • Experience teaching in a teacher preparation program.
  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice, equity, and inclusive education.
  • Demonstrated use of technology integration in teaching.
  • Experience with collaborative, school and community-based initiatives and partnerships....

APPLICATION
Review of applications will begin January, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. The department welcomes a diverse set of applicants. Applications are to be submitted electronically at https://workforum.memphis.edu.
 
Applicants are required to upload (1) a detailed a letter of application that describes and incorporates examples of their teaching, research, and service interests and their leadership administrative experience specific to elementary social studies and urban education; (2) curriculum vitae; and (3) names, addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses of three (3) professional references. Applicants will receive a confirmation number when all application materials are submitted in Workforum.  Letters of reference and transcripts will be requested upon interview. Please address inquiries and nominations to Dr. Laurie MacGillivray (email: lmcgllvr@memphis.edu / office: 901-678-1463) (Position #001295)....
 
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
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Posted 12/7/18: Multiple Openings: The Louis August Jonas Foundation (Camp Rising Sun) (NY)

Position dates: June 2019 – August 2019 (seasonal)
Location: Rhinebeck, NY (room & board included, partial travel stipend available)
Click the job title for complete job description and application. For more information, email contact@lajf.org 

The mission of the Louis August Jonas Foundation is to develop in promising young people from around the world a lifelong commitment to compassionate and responsible leadership for the betterment of their communities and the world. We do this by operating Camp Rising Sun, a full-scholarship, summer leadership program for teenagers from over 25 different countries. Each summer, 120 students are invited to practice leadership skills in a supportive community of peers and counselors. We operate 2, back-to-back, 4-week summer programs in Rhinebeck, NY. Read more at www.lajf.org

Assistant Camp Director
The Assistant Camp Director provides positive leadership to the summer camp program and acts as Camp Director in their absence. The Assistant Director works closely with the leadership team to ensure quality inclusive programming aligned with LAJF’s mission and goals. Other responsibilities include: maintaining a safe and healthy environment for students, managing daily program logistics including camper and counselor leadership roles and scheduling, assist in the supervision, training, evaluation, and mentorship of seasonal staff, provide administrative support to the director, and be able to handle unforeseen and/or emergency situations as they arise, including camper/staff interventions.

Qualified applicants should embody the program’s philosophy of leadership through a reflective, growth mindset, openness to feedback, commitment to equity and appreciation of diversity, and responsible servant leadership for the betterment of the community. Preferred applicants will also have experience teaching, developing curriculum, and/or coordinating programs, preferably from a multicultural and/or international education and critical pedagogy framework. Experience working successfully with adolescents is desired.
 
Camp Counselor (various positions): World Affairs & Politics, STEM, Art, Music, Waterfront, Hiking/Camping, Athletics, Journalism, Instructional Coordinator, General/educations, etc. Positions may also be customized for internships in some cases.
Counselors must be at least 19 years old and completed a year of college. Education/experience in multicultural education or related field desired.

Camp Rising Sun counselors are passionate, caring, and skilled individuals with a strong commitment to our goals and mission. Counselors model positive behavior and mentor campers as they step outside their comfort zones and take on new leadership roles. Our counselors are highly attentive to the needs of a diverse community and take time to give and receive feedback. Staff members at Camp Rising Sun are chosen for many of the same reasons that the campers are. They embody the intellect, character, evidence of leadership, and individuality that will contribute in positive ways to the community created over the summer. It is the staff member’s role to guide the campers through thoughtful questioning and critical conversations, to push the campers to their best thinking and decision making as they take on leadership responsibilities that will affect themselves and their community, and to give feedback for growth after an experience.