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Posted 9.23.21:  Assistant Professor of Science Education, Department of Instruction & Curriculum Leadership, University of Memphis (TN)

The College of Education, Department of Instruction & Curriculum Leadership, is seeking to add a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Science Education with expertise in secondary science education or a closely related field (with a research emphasis in science education) beginning August 15, 2022.

The applicant’s teaching practice should demonstrate commitment to and experience with:
(1) secondary science methods;
(2) diversity, social justice, and equity in order to promote effective teaching;
(4) culturally relevant and sustaining practice; and
(5) comprehensive and sustained professional growth opportunities to enhance professional practices involving diverse populations.

The desired candidate will have a background in the content area of secondary science education, scholarship in the field of science and STEM education, and experience in teacher education, professional development, and field-based learning experiences. The candidate should have a commitment to teaching and service at a large research-based institution that integrates high leverage practices into their coursework and professional development. Ideally, the candidate should have knowledge of the edTPA, university teaching experience, including face-to-face, hybrid, and online learning environments, and classroom teaching experience in middle or high school science....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 


Posted 9.23.21:  Vice President for Enrollment Management & Student Services, Marywood University (PA)

Marywood University (Marywood.edu), a Catholic University located in Scranton, Pennsylvania, seeks nominations and applications for the position of Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Services (VPEM/SS). Reporting to the President and as a member of the President’s Cabinet, this Vice President provides leadership in developing and executing an enrollment management plan that will enhance the mission, maximize brand awareness, and contribute to the ongoing success of the University. The successful candidate will join the President and her senior leadership team by accepting the charge to help develop initiatives for the recently launched strategic plan in the areas of enrollment, financial aid, athletics, and student services.... This position will require a physical presence on campus....

The selected candidate must have a master’s degree; 5+ years of responsible leadership experience in higher education; demonstrated leadership in the areas of enrollment management, recruitment, and retention of prospective students; knowledge and understanding of FERPA and other regulatory guidelines; experience with financial aid;  knowledge of current software programs used to interface with prospective students and institutional data; and the ability to handle confidential materials and information in an ethical way....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

 
Posted 9.19.21:  Multiple Openings, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Director/Associate Professor, School of Interactive Games & Media (6067BR)
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The B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences is inviting applications for the position of School Director of the School of Interactive Games and Media. The ideal candidate will desire to lead a world class, top tier program into its next phase. To exercise leadership of an award winning, cutting-edge, collegial, and motivated professional community working with a global footprint, the School Director must be an equally accomplished and respected peer. This administrative appointment is for four years (ten months plus part-time summer) and may be renewed. The anticipated start date is August 2022. Review of applications will begin upon receipt, and will continue until the position has been filled. The incoming dean will interview the finalist for the position.
 
Assistant Professor, School of Mathematical Science (6065BR)
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The School of Mathematical Sciences (SMS) at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) invites applications for a tenure-track position in data analytics/statistics at the Assistant Professor level starting in August 2022. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses in data analytics, statistics, and/or mathematics, assist in developing a new data analytics emphasis in the School’s Applied Statistics and Data Analytics B.S. program, develop a research program that receives external funding, and advise undergraduate and graduate students in other School of Mathematical Sciences’ programs—including the Mathematical Modeling Ph.D. program. Applicants should apply by November 1, 2021 to ensure consideration.
 
Visiting Lecturer, Information and Computing Studies (6043BR)
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The individual hired into this position will teach up to four courses per semester in the broad area of computing (programming, web development, physical computing, networking, internet of things, database, etc). Ability to teach other courses with the Information & Computing Studies department. Ability to tutor students who are matriculated in courses offered at Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences. Industrial knowledge/background is desirable. The successful candidate must be proficient in American Sign Language and have a broad and deep knowledge of Deaf culture. The anticipated start date is Fall 2021.
 

Posted 9.17.21:  Assistant Professor, Literacy Education, Department of Instruction & Curriculum Leadership, University of Memphis (TN)

The Department of Instruction and Curriculum Leadership seeks a full-time, 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor of Literacy in the College of Education at the University of Memphis beginning August 15, 2022. 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 

• An earned doctorate (obtained by August 1, 2022) in Literacy, Reading, Language Arts, or a closely related field. 
• Evidence of excellence in teaching with a minimum of 3 years in grades K-12. 
• Evidence of an emerging/established research agenda. 
• Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS 

• Evidence of funded grant awards or participation in funded projects. 
• Experience and evidence of excellence in teaching at the college level. 
• Experience working with diverse population. 
• Experience with Education Teacher Performance Assessment (EdTPA) or various teacher evaluation systems. 
• Experience with implementing teacher preparation programs....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 9.17.21:  Two Positions, (Full-Time) Doctoral Fellows Cohort Educatuonal Program, College of Education, James Madison University (VA)

... The start date for each position is August 2022....

The College of Education at James Madison University invites applications for the College of Education Doctoral Fellowship in Educator Preparation. Selected candidates will comprise a cohort hire of up to two outstanding doctoral fellows for up to a two-year, job-embedded fellowship. Term of employment will be for academic years 2022-2023 and 2023-2024, with potential for continued employment as tenure-track faculty thereafter. 

Duties & Responsibilities:
Fellows will work in several interconnected areas including: 1} educational justice with increased attention to more equitable and just access for all students; 2} educator preparation for increased diversity in the K-12 landscape; 3} teacher leadership and professional development as part of national efforts to build professional educator capacity and improve teacher retention. Each fellow will be appointed in one of the following academic units: Early, Elementary, and Reading Education; Educational Foundations and Exceptionalities; Leaming, Technology, and Leadership Education; Middle, Secondary, and Math Education. Upon successful completion of the College of Education Doctoral Fellowship in Educator Preparation, the position may be considered for a transition from a two-year RTA (Revolving Term Appointment) appointment to tenure-track. Applicants must currently be enrolled in a Ph.D. or Ed.D. program in a relevant education discipline or field. Candidates will have evidence of a potential strong research and teaching portfolio. We are especially interested in candidates who can demonstrate a clear commitment to building an equitable and diverse scholarly environment....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE
Posted 9.16.21:  Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track, Native American Education, University of Washington––Tacoma

The University of Washington–Tacoma, School of Education announces an opening for a full-time faculty appointment for Assistant Professor-Tenure-track in Native American Education to begin in the 2022-2023 academic year. The expected start date is September 16,2022....

Faculty Description:
Below is a general summary of key duties of full-time tenure-track assistant professors at UW Tacoma in the School of Education and the specific expectations of this position:

  1. Teach 6 courses during the regular academic year (September-June) in areas of expertise based on the needs of the school. This position will primarily support instruction in the current EdD Muckleshoot Cohort and teaching a Since Time Immemorial/STI course in our forthcoming BA in Education (expected launch in the 2022-2023 academic year). The candidate may teach in other programs based on areas of expertise.
    1. Compensated summer teaching duties may also be available based on available resources and enrollments.
  2. Actively participate in accreditation, assessment, curriculum development, program review, and related activities to assist the school with its ongoing continuous-improvement efforts.
  3. Service expectations to the school, campus, and relevant external bodies including:
    1. Serving on program-level, school-wide, campus/UW Tacoma, and/or UW committees as needed.
    2. Maintain external relationships with local communities, school partners, state-level organizations, and Tribal Nations in the state to stay well-connected to current issues of professional practice. Specifically, we would expect this person to support the ongoing work of strengthening and maintaining our connections to Tribal Nations, Indigenous education entities, in addition to other community relationships within Washington State and the Pacific Northwest.
    3. Advise and mentor undergraduate, master’s, and/or doctoral students.
  4. Maintain an active scholarly record appropriate for a UW faculty member in the rank of tenure-track assistant professor....  

Qualifications

  1. Earned doctorate (or a foreign equivalent) from an accredited institution of higher education in the areas of educational leadership, educational policy studies, Native American Studies, teacher education, or a related field. Degree must be conferred by September 16, 2022.

  2. Broad knowledge of P-12 school-based settings and systems....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
Posted 9.16.21:  Head of School, Latin School of Chicago (IL)

... The Latin School of Chicago is a leading coeducational day school serving 1,190 students in Junior Kindergarten through 12th grade. Latin brings together “Latin Learners” from 76 Chicago neighborhoods and 14 suburbs and boasts a vibrant community that comprises 152 faculty, 103 staff, and approximately 4,500 living and active alumni in a community that embraces diversity of people, cultures, experiences, and thought. Founded in 1888, Latin is one of the oldest independent schools in the city of Chicago and provides its students with a rigorous and innovative liberal arts educational program. ...

The incoming Head of School at Latin must be a bold, proven leader with excellent communication and listening skills; a record of attracting, retaining, and mentoring educators and leaders; and a talent for building consensus, empowering others, and leading an organization with respect and empathy. The next Head of School at Latin must be able to connect and inspire others and bring a record of action in advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion at previous institutions. The next Head must also demonstrate an unyielding commitment to lifelong learning, including seeking out thoughtful, innovative, and research-based practices within JK-12 education....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 9.15.21:  Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program, U.S. Department of Energy

Are you wondering how you might blend your love of STEM teaching and working with other educators into an engaging, innovative, and sustainable leadership pathway? Do you crave and celebrate diversity and believe that when different backgrounds, ideas and experiences come together, a complete and more interesting whole is formed?
 
Then you have come to the right place.
Apply to the 2022-2023 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program. https://science.osti.gov/wdts/einstein
 
School staff members provide vital leadership in classrooms and schools, but too often lack opportunities to contribute their knowledge to the development of education policy on a broader scale. For 31 years, the purpose of the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program is to enable outstanding STEM teachers to bring their school and classroom expertise to the national level and to expand their knowledge of the national dialogue about education.

Fellows spend eleven months working in a Federal agency or in a Congressional office. Current sponsoring agencies include the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the Library of Congress (LOC), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the Department of Defense (DoD), the US Geological Survey (USGS), the Department of Interior (DOI), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum (SI). After the Fellowship, these exemplary STEM educators transfer their Fellowship experiences into new ways to teach students and engage colleagues.
Fellows receive:
•          A monthly living stipend of $7,500.
•          A travel allowance of up to $5,000 for approved travel related to their host agencies and approved professional development opportunities. 
•          An education allowance of up to $1,000 for approved educational expenses aligned with the Fellows’ individual professional development plans.
•          Reimbursement for moving/relocations expenses up to $3,500 for Fellows relocating from outside of the Washington, DC, area.
•          Einstein Fellows are eligible to receive a stipend of up to $550 per month (individual plan) or $1,300 per month (family plan) to offset the cost of health insurance....

For complete information CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 9.15.21:  Vice President for Inclusion and Institutional Equity, Towson University (MD)

Towson University (TU) seeks a passionate, accomplished and committed leader who can continue and advance TU's commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion as its next Vice President for Inclusion and Institutional Equity (VPIIE).
The Vice President of Inclusions & Institutional Equity leads university-wide efforts to advance inclusion and institutional equity at TU. Reporting directly to the President, the VP will serve as a member of the President's Cabinet and work closely with the Provost, Deans, Divisional Vice President, and the campus community to provide strategic direction and vision for diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives across the campus and in the community....

Applications will be reviewed as they are received and must be submitted prior to October 20, 2021 to receive full consideration...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 9.15.21:  Provost / Dean of Faculty, Notre Dame College (OH)
 
Notre Dame College (https://www.notredamecollege.edu/) invites applications and nominations for the Provost / Dean of Faculty position. Notre Dame is a Catholic, four-year liberal arts college, founded in 1922 by the Sisters of Notre Dame.  The College offers graduate and undergraduate programs and has NCAA and intramural sports. Notre Dame College is located on a beautiful campus in South Euclid, a suburban residential community east of Cleveland, Ohio.

The Provost/Dean of Faculty is the Chief Academic Officer of the College and will serve as the Officer in charge in the absence of the President.  As a member of the President’s Cabinet, the Provost/Dean of Faculty will be responsible for maintaining and creating quality academic programs for the College that will assure academic excellence and create meaningful opportunities for all students to thrive regardless of ability level. Other responsibilities of the Provost/Dean of Faculty include academic operations, hiring, evaluation and administration of faculty, budgeting, strategic planning and the ability to address and navigate external changes impacting the higher education sector.  Working collaboratively with the other Deans and division chairs, the Provost/Dean of Faculty will seek to aid students in overcoming non-academic barriers to Student Success by recognizing the needs of a diverse student body. 
 
The ideal candidate will have a doctorate from an accredited institution in an academic discipline; a distinguished record of teaching, scholarship and collegial service; a minimum of 3 years of academic administrative experience, an understanding of and at least 3 years experience with accreditation....

For the compete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 9.15.21:  4-H STEM Ambassadors Educational Program, Part-Time Science Professiional, University of Maine Cooperative Extension

This position will provide educational support for the 4-H STEM Ambassadors educational program through collaboration with the 4-H Science leadership staff. 4-H STEM Ambassadors are college students who facilitate STEM activities with youth in the community. The primary goal of this position will be to strengthen 4-H STEM Ambassador programs in partnership with community colleges, specifically Southern Maine Community College (South Portland), Eastern Maine Community College (Bangor) and Kennebec Valley Community College (Fairfield). 4-H is a nonformal, experiential education program for youth, and adults working with those youth, to develop life skills necessary to be self-directing, productive and contributing members of society. This position will manage and support 4-H STEM Ambassador volunteers and community partners. The University of Maine Cooperative Extension invites applications for a part-time Professional. Typical
hiring salary for this part-time position is $17,500 commensurate with experience and qualifications....
 

Qualifications Required:

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Experience working with youth and volunteers
  • Demonstrated skills in the delivery of community-based educational programs with an emphasis on youth development.
  • Demonstrated collaboration and team building skills.
  • Demonstrated management and organizational skills....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
Posted 9.15.21: Two Leadership Positions, The Archer School for Girls 

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Summary: We are currently seeking a full-time Associate Director of the Archer Fund who will work closely with the Director of Advancement to promote and advance the institution. Primarily responsible for strategy and implementation of the Archer Fund, which includes
all constituencies: Parents, Trustees, Foundations, Corporations, Parents of Alumni, Alumni, Grandparents, Faculty and Staff, and Friends.

Nature & Scope of Duties:
• Archer Fund Appeal
o Calendar and develop materials for the fall appeal and any direct mail
solicitations
o Recruit, train, manage, and support 60+ parent volunteers
o Manage donor relations and stewardship year-round strategy
• Grants Program
o Identify and research foundations who can support key initiatives identified
by the Head of School and Director of Advancement
o Write grant proposals, and oversee the timeline...

 

Summary: We are currently seeking a full-time Advancement Coordinator. The Advancement Coordinator is primarily responsible for gift processing, grant research and stewardship, visitor relations, and general department support. 

Nature & Scope of Duties: Data entry 

• Process donations daily in the database 
• Create timely acknowledgment letters 
• Upload all gift documentation to the database 
• Process event registrations, volunteer signups, and any other data entry 

Grants Program 

• Partner with the Associate Director of the Archer Fund to research foundations who can support Archer’s key initiatives 
• Steward current funders by gathering data for reporting purposes, and creating materials ...
 
Posted 9.15.21:  Vice President for Finance & Administration Carleton University (Ontario, Canada)

Carleton University invites applications, nominations, and expressions of interest for the position of Vice-President (Finance
and Administration), with the appointment to be effective as early as January 1, 2022. This is an exciting opportunity to lead a dynamic
and complex portfolio that contributes to Carleton’s academic mission of teaching, research, and community service by providing a broad
array of effective, efficient, and timely services, including finance, information technology, facilities, human resources, and safety....

About the Position
Reporting to the President and Vice-Chancellor, the Vice-President (Finance and Administration) is the chief financial and administrative
officer of Carleton, providing leadership, oversight, and stewardship for the activities of its core support services. The VPFA will work
closely with the President, senior team, and Board of Governors. Leading an accomplished group of professionals, the VPFA will
ensure the effective and efficient administration of the portfolio’s units and ensure excellence in: financial planning and budget support;
human resources and labour relations; facilities management and infrastructure projects; information technology; as well as risk and
safety. The Vice-President (Finance and Administration) is responsible for a total full- and part-time staff complement of over 400 employees
and a sector budget of more than $90 million....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 9.15.21:  Assistant or Associate Professor of Educational Philosophy, Policy and Advocacy, Macalester College (MN) 

The Educational Studies Department at Macalester College is seeking a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in the area of Educational Philosophy, Policy, and Advocacy to begin in September 2022. We seek candidates who study education through inter/trans-disciplinary critical philosophical, historical, political, and/or cultural perspectives. We are particularly interested in hiring a colleague whose scholarship, teaching, advising, and service draw from justice-based, liberatory, and transformational knowledge systems that address the broad material educational conditions faced by the least-advantaged youth and communities, both historically and today. These emphases include, but are not limited to anti-racism/oppression in education, critical race theories, ethnic studies, queer studies, gender and sexuality studies, diaspora/migration/ immigration studies, critical disability studies, environmental sustainability/land-based pedagogies, indigenous studies, and/or decolonial studies in education....

Macalester College is committed to student and faculty diversity, equity, and inclusion. Strong candidates will have a record of experience or demonstrated commitment to teaching diverse students. In addition to the materials noted below*, applicants should also submit a diversity statement....

Applications received by October 1st, 2021 will receive first consideration. ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 9.15.21:  Vice President for Business & Finance, Elmhurst College (IL)

Elmhurst University (www.elmhurst.edu), a private institution in suburban Chicago with a strong liberal arts tradition and a commitment to professional preparation, is accepting nominations and applications for the position of Vice President for Business and Finance.
 
Reporting to the President and a member of the President’s Cabinet, the Vice President for Business and Finance will serve as the Chief Financial Officer of the University 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 University’s constituencies, providing ongoing communication, education and knowledge of Elmhurst’s financial objectives, conditions and strategies while promoting a strong culture of service.  This position will supervise the Controller, the Executive Director of Human Resources, the Executive Assistant, and the Dining and Bookstore Partners....

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 financial background that includes experience in managing a large and complex budget whose resources come from multiple sources; an in-depth knowledge of financial and business operations; knowledge of technical accounting skills; a strong work ethic and visibility on campus; and the ability to work collegially with Cabinet peers and across the University community....

Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted by September 30, 2021 to receive full consideration....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 8.30.21:  Head of School, Westtown School (PA)

Westtown School is an independent, PK-12, Quaker, day and boarding school located in West Chester, PA, roughly 25 miles west of Philadelphia. Known as the oldest continuously operating co-educational boarding school in the country, Westtown was established in 1799 by members of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Westtown is in search of its next leader and seeks nominations and applications for an innovative, thoughtful, and inspirational educator to serve as its next Head of School effective July 1, 2022.

Westtown is distinctive in its curriculum, boarding program, and extracurricular opportunities. Across three divisions, 694 students enjoy an 8:1 student/faculty ratio. Teachers help students develop the skills and confidence necessary for academic excellence, impactful leadership, and positive change in the world.
 
The school places strong emphasis on reflection, spirituality, and mindfulness—both in weekly Meeting for Worship and in students’ everyday lives. Academic excellence is a given at Westtown, but also the school’s mission supports a more ambitious goal: through an intentional curriculum and supportive community, Westtown prepares its students to become stewards and leaders of a better world....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 8.24.21:  President, Chestnut Hill College (PA)

The Board of Directors of Chestnut Hill College (www.chc.edu), an independent, Roman Catholic, liberal arts institution sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph, is accepting nominations and applications for the position of President....

The next President must be an innovative and strategic leader capitalizing on the College’s accomplishments of the 30-year foundation built by the outgoing President, Dr. Carol Jean Vale, SSJ.  With intellectual and marketing vision and a demonstrated knowledge of the highly competitive liberal arts college market in the North East, the President will advance the College to new levels of excellence. The President fosters collaborative community building and shared governance, embraces the Catholic tradition and charism of the Sisters of Saint Joseph, and possesses a deep commitment to a community of diversity, equity, social justice, and inclusion. 
 
The successful candidate must possess an earned doctorate or equivalent terminal degree; demonstrate a record of successful leadership in an institution of higher education or non-profit; hold an appreciation and respect for the Sisters of Saint Joseph, their Mission and Core Values; exhibit a deep understanding of the issues facing higher education in general, and Catholic higher education in particular; and support and value Catholic education. ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 8.24.21:  Head of School, Berkshire Country Day School (MA)

Berkshire Country Day School (BCD) is an independent school serving 130 students from Age 2 - Grade 8 from Berkshire (MA) and Columbia (NY) counties that balances a comprehensive, challenging curriculum with the vibrant culture and spirit of the surrounding rural community. BCD welcomes nominations and applications for an innovative, thoughtful, and inspiring leader to serve as its next Head of School effective July 1, 2022.
 
BCD’s intentional educational approach of inquiry, discovery, and discussion blends proven methods with emerging best practices to draw fully on the experiences and contributions of the entire school community. Its comprehensive curriculum includes project-based and experiential learning, leveraging the talents of exemplary educators and the natural resources of BCD’s extraordinary campus to inspire independence, academic excellence, and mutual respect. BCD’s arts program features a wide range of music and arts classes taught by working artists, and the sports program builds strong bonds across ages, genders, and skill levels....

The next Head of School at BCD must be a highly engaged and collaborative leader with a deep understanding of independent schools. Candidates must exemplify BCD’s commitment to creating a caring and inclusive environment where students can thrive because they feel safe, supported, and valued. The next Head of School must have the capacity to inspire, motivate, and lead others in a way that encourages student and alumni engagement and staff retention. The new Head of School will have a proven track record of demonstrated leadership. The Head of School will be energized by the unique possibilities embodied in the strategic vision for BCD’s Civics Action Lab. The Head must be committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion and fostering an environment that equally welcomes, respects, and values everyone. ...

...Although applications will be welcomed until a new Head of School is selected, for best consideration all candidates should submit materials by September 30, 2021....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 8.24.21:  Head of School, Hillside School (PA)


The Hillside School welcomes nominations and applications for an innovative, thoughtful, and inspiring leader to serve as its next Head of School, effective July 1, 2022.
 
Located in the heart of Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, Hillside is a co-ed independent day school serving students in first through 8th grade who have language-based, auditory, visual, and sensory processing disorders that affect their learning. A Hillside education supports and empowers students who have struggled to find success in traditional academic settings, and the school is a recognized benchmark institution that has set the standard for educating children who learn differently....

... In addition to providing engaged and creative academic and administrative leadership to The Hillside School, the next Head of School will provide leadership in bolstering enrollment, strengthening and stewarding the Hillside School’s financial future, articulating the vision, mission, and philosophy of Hillside’s educational model, and strengthening the school’s inclusive, positive, and supportive climate. Candidates must exemplify The Hillside School’s commitment to creating a caring and inclusive environment where students can thrive because they feel safe, supported, and valued.
 
The next Head of School at The Hillside School must be a highly engaged and collaborative leader with a deep understanding of independent schools and students with learning disabilities. This person must have the capacity to inspire, motivate, and lead others in a way that encourages staff retention and student and alumni engagement and will have a proven track record of demonstrated leadership. The new Head of School must also be committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion and fostering an environment that welcomes, respects, and values everyone equally.
 
 ... Candidates should submit materials by October 1, 2021....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
Posted 8.23.21:  Provost & Vice-President (Academic), Western University (Canada)
 

Western is a founding member of Canada’s U15 and serves as a hub for more than 500 international research collaborations. Western’s main campus community (excluding its affiliated University Colleges) is home to approximately 34,000 FTE students....

... The Provost & Vice-President (Academic) will be pivotal in the execution of a new strategic plan – one that embraces bold action, encourages experimentation, and inspires all members of the Western community to increase their impact and move Western to the next level.

The responsibilities of the Provost are diverse and multifaceted. The portfolio includes senior executive oversight of all Academic Faculties and Schools, Academic Programs, Academic Planning, Faculty Relations, Registrar’s Office, Student Experience, Institutional Planning & Budgeting, Western Libraries, Western International, Indigenous Initiatives, Western Technology Services, and the McIntosh Gallery....

The Provost functions as both the Chief Academic Officer of the University, leading the development, implementation, and continued improvement of academic programs and services, as well as the Chief Operating Officer, responsible for institutional planning and administration in all aspects of the academic endeavour as it relates to students, faculty, staff, alumni, members of governance committees and the faculty and staff associations. As the ideal candidate, you are a skilled and experienced administrator and an established and respected scholar, with a reputation for being a highly collaborative, transparent, engaging, supportive, trusted, team-oriented colleague, and partner. You drive a compelling vision of academic excellence, to exercise sound judgment and diplomacy in a complex, decentralized, multi-stakeholder setting, to promote a deep-rooted commitment to students, and to embody a sense of trust, respect, and partnership....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 8.23.21:  Director of Technology & Innovation, North Allegheny School District (PA)

North Allegheny School District, a large suburban district in the Pittsburgh region with over 8,500 students and 1100 employees, has a vacancy for a Director of Technology and Innovation.

The Director of Technology and Innovation serves as a creative and dynamic leader to develop and implement a strategic vision in all areas of technology for the District. The Director engages with administrators, educators and support personnel, parents, and students to extend responsible and creative use of technology. The Director is responsible for coordinating the daily activity for the Technology Services Department and shall clearly define the mission of the Department to ensure all members are unified toward a common goal.

Minimum Requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education or IT field required.
  • Advanced Degree in Educational Technology or related field preferred.
  • Master’s Degree in Educational Administration desired.
  • Five years’ experience in education and/or technology field required...
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 8.19.21:  Dean of Instructional Equity & Inclusion, Connecticut College
 

Distinguished among its peers, Connecticut College seeks its next Dean of Institutional Equity and Inclusion – a visionary leader, superb communicator and integral community member to build on its strong educational vision and raise it to the next level of excellence as a national leader in purpose-driven, integrative, equity-minded education. The College seeks a compelling leader - a professional with an established or emerging national reputation; deep knowledge of the scholarship of race, equity, and justice; proven experience in leading effective programs and in building diverse communities; and demonstrated commitment to policies and practices ensuring the just and equitable treatment of all people....

To advance this priority, a new integrated division of institutional equity and inclusion was created and, under the leadership of a highly effective inaugural dean and a talented team of professional staff, the College has made remarkable progress on its goals. As President Katherine Bergeron writes in the preface to the Equity and Inclusion Action Plan, the College recognizes that “to develop true citizens of a global society means preparing this generation for the difficult challenges of the next. It means recognizing the inequities and exclusions that define the world we inhabit now, and then developing the tools to build a better one for the future: by learning to speak respectfully and act honorably through our differences.”...

For full consideration, materials should be received no later than October 4, 2021 (date recently extended).

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 8.17.21:  Director, Stuart Collection, University of Southern California–San Diego
 

The Stuart Collection seeks to enrich the cultural, intellectual, and scholarly life of the University of California (UC) San Diego campus and of the San Diego community by building and maintaining a unique collection of site-specific works by leading contemporary artists. The collection results from innovative partnerships between the university, the Stuart Collection, and international artists under an agreement, forged in 1982 and renewed in 2003, where the entire campus may be considered as sites for commissioned sculpture and other pioneering works. The Stuart Collection is distinguished from a traditional sculpture garden by its diversity of artists, contemporary perspectives, and social relevance....

The Position
... The Director will be responsible for the conceptualization, curation, and development of the Stuart Collection; cultivation of contemporary artists and projects that are socially conscious and relevant; maintenance and conservation of the existing collection; and execution of successful fundraising programs that fully support the collection. Reporting to the Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (EVC), the Director will hold a highly visible leadership position in public art on campus, nationally, and internationally. This individual will develop and direct public relations, educational outreach, and public service programming that promotes the collection, creates deeper appreciation for UC San Diego, and advances the understanding of art and culture in the context of broader international conversations....

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Posted 8.17.21:  Faculty Position (Tenure-track), Department of Education, The College of the Holy Cross (MA)

The Department of Education at the College of the Holy Cross invites applications for a full-time tenure-track appointment to begin in August 2022. We seek an individual with expertise in education policy in practice broadly defined (e.g. policymaking and analysis, law, curriculum, inclusive education) with a focus on improving systemic inequities. The Education department at the College of the Holy Cross has a commitment to social justice, the study of urban education, and works in partnership with the city of Worcester, particularly the Worcester Public Schools. Preference will be given to candidates who examine system structure and practice through an equity driven lens, and who have a focus on middle and secondary education. The faculty member will be expected to contribute to the Teacher Education Program, as well as the Education minor https://www.holycross.edu/academics/programs/education. This person will teach a foundation course “Schooling in the US”, as well as “Urban Education” as part of their teaching duties....

This position carries a 3-2 teaching load with a full-salary one-semester research leave prior to tenure review, and generous sabbatical and fellowship leaves for tenured faculty. Tenure track faculty are eligible for travel support and reimbursement of relocation costs within the College’s published policies. ...
QUALIFICATIONS
Candidates must demonstrate commitment to, and excellence in, undergraduate teaching at the introductory and advance levels as well as demonstrated scholarly achievement. Ed.D or Ph.D. required....

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Posted 8.17.21:  Executive Director, Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Episcopal Academy (PA)

The Episcopal Academy invites nominations and applications for the opportunity to lead diversity, equity, and inclusion work beginning July 2022. Over the last decade, The Episcopal Academy (EA) has been working towards building a more inclusive community where all students feel a sense of belonging and are respected, regardless of their race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexuality, as well as other meaningful aspects of identity. Identifying and addressing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion involves overcoming both micro- and macro-level challenges and requires a schoolwide commitment.
 
This is a senior leadership position and the Executive Director will report directly to the Head of School. Responsible for advancing EA’s strategic commitment to equity and inclusion, the Executive Director will capitalize on the momentum of foundational and purposeful work. Partnering with the current Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and a team of Coordinators, along with other school leaders, the Executive Director will lead the school’s efforts to create a more diverse and inclusive community, one where all community members are able to thrive, participate, and contribute to their full potential/ability....

... Our review of materials will begin on October 15, 2021. ...
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Posted 8.14.21:  Director of Opportunity Youth and Employment, Thrive Chicago (IL)
 

Thrive leverages the power of data, its knowledge of the youth-serving ecosystem, and its relationships with grasstops and grassroots stakeholders to identify and support solutions that drive positive community- and systems-level outcomes for Chicago youth....

The Director of Opportunity Youth and Employment is responsible for developing an employment pipeline focused on young adults. The Director does this by engaging the city’s employment ecosystem - systems players, community-based organizations, corporate and employment partners, young people, and more - to work collectively to develop and actualize strategies. Youth employment strategies are
focused on incorporating the lived experiences of young adults, reducing barriers, and increasing equity to, ultimately, making it as easy as possible for young adults to attain and maintain household-sustaining employment. A key component of this work is focusing on Opportunity Youth (OY) - young people, ages 16-24, who are persistently disconnected from education and employment. The Director will - in partnership with systems players, neighborhood-based organizations, and OY - create targeted strategies to reconnect OY and create pipelines tailored to the OY experience with an emphasis on young men of color.

This role will lead engagement activities by maintaining relationships and brokering partnerships between employers and the workforce system for employing youth of color. Additionally, the Director will recruit employers to participate in hiring opportunities through Thrive Chicago initiatives and will also represent Thrive Chicago at employment initiatives. Through regular convenings, the Director will provide employers and community partners a space to network and discuss solutions for engaging, hiring, and retaining young people of color....

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Posted 8.10.21:  Two Open Core Faculty Positions (1.0 FTE and .5 FTE), Human Organizational Development, Fielding Graduate University (CA)

Fielding Graduate University is an innovative global community dedicated to educating scholars, leaders, and practitioners in pursuit of a more just and sustainable world. We do this by providing exemplary interdisciplinary programs within a distributed and relational learning model grounded in student-driven inquiry and leading to enhanced knowledge.  Fielding has approximately 1,050 students and 176 faculty members residing throughout the United States and internationally. Please visit our website at www.fielding.edu to learn more.
 
Summary
Core faculty members are expected to engage in three general areas of effort: to provide mentoring and educational experiences for students; to be productive in scholarship and practice; and to engage in governance and service to the School of Leadership Studies (SLS) and Fielding Graduate University.
 
Faculty members supervise doctoral dissertations, teach course seminars that mix synchronous and asynchronous interactions, and offer in person seminars at two or three week long residential events per year.  (Note that all courses are currently taught at a distance due to the pandemic. In person events will resume at an unknown future date.) Faculty members also conduct regular meetings (currently via Zoom) with students and serve as their mentors. 
 
These areas of effort include, but are not limited to, the following responsibilities:
  •  Engage in collaborative education for self-directed adult learners.
  •  Assess students’ academic performance to achieve educational, personal and professional development goals.
  •  Support students through individualized academic and professional feedback to strengthen doctoral-level knowledge and skills....

QUALIFICATIONS
We seek scholar-practitioners who: are preferred to be at least 5 years post doctorate; have taught at the doctoral level and supervised doctoral dissertations; and have an active research program with a record of research/scholarly publications....

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Posted 8.7.21:  Head of School, Columbus School for Girls (OH)

Founded in 1898, CSG is an independent day school serving a diverse student body in grades pre-K through grade 12. As a leader in the education of girls and young women, its vibrant community comprises more than 540 students, approximately 38 percent of which are students of color, 135 faculty and staff, and 2,500 active alumnae....

Reporting to the Board of Trustees, CSG’s incoming Head of School will lead the community in setting a vision for the future that reflects the school’s values of excellence, empowerment, inclusion, and growth. The Head of School will serve as chief ambassador and spokesperson for CSG at the local and national levels and will be responsible for overseeing continued fundraising success, enrollment growth, academic program innovation, and fiscal sustainability. To be successful, the next Head of School must be a vocal champion of all-girls education and demonstrate the passionate pursuit of educational best practices. The next Head of School must also bring a record of advancing diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism at previous institutions through measurable action and thought leadership....

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Posted 8.7.21:  Two Psychology Department Positions, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

• Assistant Professor,  Social Psychology
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The Department of Psychology at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites candidates to apply for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position starting in August 2022.  We seek an energetic and enthusiastic psychologist who will serve as an instructor, researcher, and mentor to students in our undergraduate and graduate programs. Candidates should have expertise in the area of Social Psychology or related area. Individuals whose research focus is in social cognition, social neuroscience or social development are highly encouraged to apply.
 
• Assistant Professor, School Psychology
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The Department of Psychology at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites candidates to apply for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position, with primary responsibilities in the School Psychology Program, starting in August 2022.  We seek an energetic and enthusiastic psychologist who will serve as an instructor, researcher, and mentor to graduate students. Candidates must have expertise and experience in performing the essential activities of a school psychologist.  Those with experience or interest in: (a) literacy; (b) individuals with developmental disabilities; or (c) individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing are strongly encouraged to apply.  Candidates must be certified or eligible for certification as a school psychologist in New York State. Candidates licensed or eligible for licensure as a psychologist in New York State will also be considered provided that they have expertise and experience in school psychology.
 
Posted 8.7.21:  Multiple Instructional Positions, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

• Assistant/Associate Professor, Deaf Cultural Studies (5958BR)

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The Department of Liberal Studies at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf invite applications for one faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The position is a 9-month, tenure-track appointment. Application reviews will begin during Fall 2021. The new Deaf Cultural Studies Assistant or Associate Professor will: 
  • Teach and tutor courses in Deaf studies with a particular emphasis on antiracism, pluralism and intersectionality
  • Conduct research and scholarly activities
  • Attend professional development activities
  • Participate in communication development activities
  • Participate in antiracism, diversity and inclusion development activities...
• Lecturer, Liberal Studies (5937BR)
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The Department of Liberal Studies at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf invite applications for one faculty position at the rank of Lecturer. The position is a 9-month, non-tenure track appointment. The lecturer will be expected to teach up to four courses per semester. Application reviews will begin during Fall 2021. The new Lecturer will teach and tutor reading and writing courses, primarily critical reading & writing and writing seminar.

• Lecturer, Liberal Studies (5938BR)  
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The Department of Liberal Studies at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf invite applications for one faculty position in Developmental English at the rank of Lecturer. The position is a 9-month, non-tenure track appointment. The lecturer will be expected to teach up to four courses per semester. Application reviews will begin during Fall 2021. The new Developmental English Lecturer will teach and tutor courses in the Developmental English program.

• Lecturer, Liberal Studies (5939BR)
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The Department of Liberal Studies (DLS) at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf invite applications for one faculty position at the rank of Lecturer. The position is a 9-month, non-tenure track appointment.  The lecturer will be expected to teach up to four courses per semester. Application reviews will begin during Fall 2021. The new Lecturer will teach and tutor courses in sociology and criminal justice.

• Assistant/Associate Professor, Liberal Studies (5940BR)
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The Department of Liberal Studies at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf invite applications for one faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor. The position is a 9-month, tenure-track appointment. Application reviews will begin during Fall 2021. The new LEAD Assistant or Associate Professor will: teach and tutor courses in the Community Development and Inclusive Leadership Baccalaureate Degree Program (LEAD) (https://www.rit.edu/ntid/study/community-development-and-inclusive-leadership-bs).

Posted 8.7.21:  Assistant/Associate Professor, Deaf Cultural Studies, The National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

The National Technical Institute for the Deaf invites applications for one faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The position is a 9-month, tenure-track appointment. Application reviews will begin during Fall 2021. The new Deaf Cultural Studies Assistant or Associate Professor will: 
  • Teach and tutor courses in Deaf studies with a particular emphasis on antiracism, pluralism and intersectionality
  • Conduct research and scholarly activities
  • Attend professional development activities
  • Participate in communication development activities
  • Participate in antiracism, diversity and inclusion development activities
  • Serve the department, institute, and the community as needed...
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Posted 8.7.21: Teaching Apprentice in the Archer Teaching Apprenticeship Program, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

The Archer School for Girls is seeking full-time Math Teaching Apprentice in the Archer Teaching Apprenticeship Program for the 2021-2022 school year. We are looking for new or aspiring educators who have a desire to join the teaching
profession under the direction of skilled mentor faculty. Ideal candidates have a growth-mindset, positive outlook, and a deep appreciation for the importance of working in a diverse and inclusive community. A passion for working with young people in a culture of teaching excellence is a must.

Responsibilities include:
• teaching courses
• subbing across the curriculum,
• participating in co-curricular school activities,
• providing administrative support as necessary.
A bachelor’s degree is necessary; a master’s degree and/or teaching credential is
preferred....

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Posted 7.31.21:  Director, Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity, Dickinson College (PA)
 

The Director of the Popel Shaw Center for Race and Ethnicity will provide vision, leadership, education, and advising for Dickinson College students and staff on issues of diversity and inclusion. This position will contribute to institutional priorities around diversity, inclusion, and equity within the Division of Student Life and direct leadership of the Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity.

Essential Functions:

  • Engage with the academic, co-curricular, and environmental concerns and interests of students from historically underrepresented groups through general advising and support.
  • Supervise staff and Peer Mentoring Program, including reviewing program purpose and vision, assisting with Peer Mentoring Pre-Orientation programs, integrating best and promising practices, and providing ongoing developmental support for program participants beyond their first year.
  • Offer campus programming opportunities focused on helping campus community members engage cross-culturally, increase their cultural awareness and increase their cultural capacity, including programming for annual events such as Black History Month, Latinx Heritage Month, etc.
  • Oversee the operations of the Popel Shaw Center including supervising PSC student project managers, co-supervising an Administrative Assistant, providing oversight for PSC marketing and promotional materials, crafting and performing program assessments, managing budgetary resources, and collaborating with Office of Equity and Inclusivity Directors on shared programs and initiatives.
  • Develop, facilitate, and assess training and development workshops for the campus community that enrich the cultural awareness, knowledge and/or skill of participants....
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Posted 7.28.21: University Minister of Social Justice Programs & Immersion Programs, Loyola University of New Orleans (LA)


The Department of Student Life and Ministry (SLM) is committed to providing learning opportunities, which fortify our Jesuit identity and students' educational experiences. SLM empowers and partners with students to create a vibrant and pluralistic campus community through: leadership opportunities that foster integrity and collaboration; reflective practice that deepens self-knowledge and faith formation; and high quality programs that spark curiosity, community-building, and inspire contemplative action. Student Life and Ministry fortifies the mission of Loyola by educating the whole student, encouraging meaningful and accountable citizenship, and promoting interaction within a diverse and global society....

The University Minister for Social Justice and Immersion programs is responsible for contributing to the overall goals of the Department of Student Life and Ministry by providing direction to integrated student learning and spiritual development, learning outcomes based on assessment, and student success strategies. While creating a mission-driven, co-curricular experience, the University Minister is committed to fostering a collegiate environment, which supports the Jesuit mission, fosters the development of a transformative learning community, and recognizes, affirms and celebrates the educational value of diversity. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree required. Minimum of 6 months prior experience in social justice work. Valid passport. Ability to travel outside the United States. Due to the nature of this position, ability to work outside of normal working hours. Knowledge of Ignatian spirituality and philosophy of Jesuit education. ...

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Posted 7.28.21:  Senior Family Learning Specialist, National Center for Families Learning 

The National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) will launch and facilitate a national early childhood
parent and practitioner learning and advocacy network that centers BIPOC family leadership,
representation, and advocacy to develop inclusive and equitable early childhood programs. BIPOC
parent/community leaders and early childhood practitioners from 5-7 communities will work together
to co-design practices and resources that unite, elevate, and incorporate the knowledge, strengths, and
lived experiences of underserved families with young children....

Position Summary:
Manage projects and provide subject matter expertise on trends and issues involving early childhood education, and at least one of the following five areas: early learning, elementary education, ESL, family engagement, family literacy, community organizing.  Provide underlying expertise in effective family engagement practices, parent and community leadership, and co-design. Create and facilitate high-quality professional development, coalition convenings, or community action meetings. This is a fully remote position....

Qualifications/Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education preferred
  • Previous successful experience as an Early Childhood teacher 
  • Previous experience in community organizing, advocacy, or community development is preferred
  • At least 3 years of teaching experience preferred...
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Posted 7.28.21:  Director of Programs, The Louis August Jones Foundation (NY)

The Louis August Jonas Foundation is seeking a visionary, self-motivated and driven professional to lead our program team and help design new initiatives as Director of Programs. The position is full time and located in Rhinebeck, New York with opportunities for partial remote work.

The Louis August Jonas Foundation is in the planning stages to launch several new initiatives in addition to bringing back our long-standing in-person international youth leadership program, Camp Rising Sun, following a 2-year break due to the pandemic. The Director of Programs will guide the development and roll out of these new programs while also providing oversight during the summer as the Director of Camp Rising Sun. The Director of Programs will be supported by a full time program team and cohorts of seasonal and part time staff. This position will report to the Executive Director.
We seek candidates who share and uphold the values of our organization, are well versed in multicultural education and human development and are personally committed to making a better world. The salary range for this position is $70-85k, and on-campus housing is available.

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Posted 7.28.21:  Multiple Open Positions, The Archer School for Girls (MA)

Milton Academy is an independent college preparatory K–12 school, boarding and day in grades 9–12, located eight miles south of downtown Boston.
 
Milton Academy cultivates in our students a passion for learning and a respect for others. Milton students grow by developing their own identities, learning from and listening to the lived experiences of others, and living and working among peers whose differences they accept with respect and care.
 
In our ongoing work to create the anti-racist environment at Milton—free from bias, injustice, and bigotry—that our values demand, we encourage each other to explore our own histories and identities, be open to learning from others, seek to understand the world around us with a critical lens, and strive to practice ways of interacting with one another that ensure all students and adults feel safe, supported, and able to express all aspects of their identities without judgment or hate.

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    •  Upper School Learning Specialist
    •  Advancement Reporting and Data Analyst
History Long-term Substitute Teacher
    •  Math Teaching Apprentice in the Archer Teaching Apprenticeship Program
    •  
Upper School Varsity Tennis Assistant Coach 


Posted 7.25.21:  Coordinator of Multicultural Affairs, Loyola University of New Orleans

The Coordinator of Multicultural Affairs reports to the Vice President of Equity and Inclusion and provides oversight to the Center for Multicultural Affairs and gives direction to multiple student organizations.  With direction from the VP for Equity and Inclusion, the Coordinator develops and implements best practices, policies and initiatives designed to enhance the overall growth and development of student organizations, the Center for Multicultural Affairs, and the Office of Equity and Inclusion. The Coordinator assists in the creation and promotion of a wide range of services and programs while fostering increased support and belongingness for undergraduates and graduate students.
 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree. Minimum of 1 year of full-time experience advising students or student organizations in a professional role, particularly multicultural student organizations. Minimum of 1 year of full-time professional experience with student program development; will consider two years of graduate experience as one year of full-time experience. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Applications. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree; Minimum of 2 years of full-time experience advising students and student organizations in a professional role, particularly multicultural student organizations. Minimum of 2 years of full-time professional experience with student program development. Webpage design and upkeep....

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Posted 7.20.21:  Two Associate Deans, Graduate and Undergraduate Nursing Programs, D'Youville (NY)

D’Youville (http://www.dyc.edu/) is accepting applications and nominations for two Associate Deans, for their Graduate and Undergraduate Nursing Programs in the Patricia H. Garman School of Nursing. The Associate Deans will report to the Dean of Nursing and will act in accordance with best practices to support academic freedom and shared governance.  Responsibilities include planning to achieve strategic initiatives, actions to support recruitment, retention, graduation, and success of students and alumni, and personal commitment to service, excellence and transparency.  The Associate Deans are called to align D’Youville’s Graduate and Undergraduate nursing programs with best practices, using data in all facets of the role.

 D’Youville is a private, Catholic college located on the vibrant west side of Buffalo, New York. Founded in 1908, the college was named after the Patron Saint Marguerite d’Youville to be a compassionate place of learning for those from underrepresented populations to give them a better life, a tradition that continues today. Featuring an urban, growing campus community of over 3,000 students, D’Youville offers more than 50 majors in undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral studies including advanced certificates and accelerated learning programs, with nursing being the largest....

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Posted 7.16.21: Associate Student Services Coordinator, Office of Multicultural Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
 
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is seeking applications for a full-time Associate Student Services Coordinator, Latinx Emphasis staff member. This professional staff member is responsible for assisting and supporting students of color with retention services, particularly for Latinx students. As part of a team, this individual will work collaboratively across the university to lead and support initiatives related to equity, diversity, and inclusion for students of color. Additionally, this individual will lead or support curricular training related to supporting students of color on campus and in the community, with an emphasis on supporting Latinx students and their communities. Priority deadline to submit application materials is Sunday, August 1, 2021 @ 11:59pm.
 
Learn more about the position and the application process at https://www.uwec.edu/job-postings/17341/.
 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution
  • Prior experience working in an education setting
  • Experience working with and supporting Latinx students or communities
  • Demonstrated commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI)


Posted 7.14.21:  Multiple Positions, Cooperative Educational Services (CT)

• Teaching & Learning Specialist, Literacy (Grades K-4)
Cooperative Educational Services (CES) in Trumbull, Conn., seeks Teaching & Learning Specialists who demonstrate the highest levels of professional agility, intrinsic motivation, and innovative and creative practice.  As a member of the Professional Development Services team, Teaching & Learning Specialists will work effectively with educators and administrators at multiple grade levels and in multiple subject areas and will prioritize equity, inclusion, and the belonging of all social identities.

The Teaching & Learning Specialist, Literacy (Grades K-4) position requires an educator with proven skills in planning and implementing multidimensional professional development and curriculum design. Successful teaching experience in reading/writing/literacy in multiple elementary grade levels is required, and experience teaching in at least one of the following areas is also highly preferred: ESOL, math, science, social sciences, or special education/dyslexia.  Also important to this position is an extensive knowledge of Science of Reading research, implementation practices, and resource alignment.

Salary range:  $60,000-$108,591 based on experience and additional 10-15 days added to standard teacher contract

For more information and to apply online, visit us at www.ces.k12.ct.us/about/employment.  Applicants must include a letter of intent, resume, official transcripts, and at least 3 references....

• Teaching & Learning Specialist, English Language Arts and Reading (Grades 5-9)
CES in Trumbull, Conn., seeks Teaching & Learning Specialists who demonstrate the highest levels of professional agility, intrinsic motivation, and innovative and creative practice.  As a member of the Professional Development Services team, Teaching & Learning Specialists will work effectively with educators and administrators at multiple grade levels and subject areas and will prioritize equity, inclusion, and the belonging of all social identities.

The Teaching & Learning Specialist, English Language Arts and Reading (Grades 5-9) position requires an educator with proven skills in planning and implementing multidimensional professional development and curriculum design. Successful teaching experience in English language arts and/or reading in multiple grade levels is required, and experience teaching in at least one of the following areas is also highly preferred: ESOL, science, social sciences, special education, library/media, or technology applications/integration. 

Salary range:  $60,000-$108,591 based on experience and additional 10-15 days added to standard teacher contract

For more information and to apply online, visit us at www.ces.k12.ct.us/about/employment. ...

•Teaching & Learning Specialist, STEM
CES in Trumbull, Conn., seeks Teaching & Learning Specialists who demonstrate the highest levels of professional agility, intrinsic motivation, and innovative and creative practice.  As a member of the Professional Development Services team, Teaching & Learning Specialists will work effectively with educators and administrators at multiple grade levels and in multiple subject areas and will prioritize equity, inclusion, and the belonging of all social identities.
  
The Teaching & Learning Specialist, STEM position requires an educator with proven skills in planning and implementing multidimensional professional development and curriculum design. Successful teaching experience in multiple STEM disciplines and grade levels is required.  In this role, the STEM specialist will focus on moving STEM education towards more comprehensive teaching and learning methods that address the integration of the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines in order to best prepare students for career & college readiness and to compete in the global market.  
 
The ideal STEM Teaching & Learning Specialist will have a demonstrated track record of supporting and facilitating gender equity and cultural diversity in STEM as well as providing a comprehensive STEM education rich in discipline-specific content and interdisciplinary competency.

Salary range:  $60,000-$108,591 based on experience and additional 10-15 days added to standard teacher contract

For more information and to apply online, visit us at www.ces.k12.ct.us/about/employment.  Applicants must include a letter of intent, resume, official transcripts, and at least 3 references....