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Posted 5.19.22:  Superintendent, Fairfield Board of Education (CT)

The Fairfield (Conn.) Board of Education is seeking a Superintendent and invites qualified and interested candidates to apply. It is anticipated that the new superintendent will assume full responsibilities of the superintendency on Nov. 1, 2022. Cooperative Educational Services Executive Searches will facilitate the search. A full list of qualifications and duties can be found on the flyer found at

Completed application packets are comprised of the following:
– Cover letter outlining qualifications for position and interest in this specific position.
– Copy of updated, complete resume which includes a chronology of work history and educational background and a preferred email address and phone contact.
– Philosophies of Leadership and Management (no more than one page each).
– Copy of Connecticut 093 certification or evidence of eligibility.
– Copies of transcripts for all degrees held from all granting colleges/universities. Finalist candidates will be required to supply official transcripts.
– Three signed letters of reference from current or former employers and professional contacts. (Please limit reference letters to three letters written within the past year.)

Completed application packets are due via email to Cooperative Educational Services by 2 p.m. on June 30, 2022.  Application packets MUST be submitted as ONE PDF file and emailed to

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and interviews may be conducted on a rolling basis. Applications will be accepted until a candidate is selected, but no later than the deadline above. All inquiries related to the open position should be directed to: Dr. Charles Dumais (203-365-8801 or or David B. Erwin (860-567-0863 ext. 1138 or

Posted 5.15.22:  Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer, Oregon State University

... OSU seeks a Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer (VPCDO) to lead and sustain efforts to create a university community characterized by a central commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion. The VPCDO will lead through collaboration, partnership and action to achieve this goal. The VPCDO establishes university goals and objectives related to institutional diversity, equity, and inclusion for all Oregon State campuses, extension offices, experiment stations, and locations and will work with and advise university leadership to foster a vision for advancing institutional goals and to nurture an inclusive culture. They also oversee university-wide assessment of outcomes and set accountability metrics. OSU recognizes that diversity, equity and inclusion are crucial to its pursuit of excellence in teaching, research, and public service. OSU is actively engaged in building a more diverse and inclusive educational environment at all of its locations across the state. ...

The VPCDO’s broad areas of focus include high-level leadership of the university’s overarching diversity goals, objectives, and strategies involving students, faculty, staff, alumni, internal and external partners, and volunteers; strategic planning; education and outreach; community relations and outreach; communications; campus climate issues; and policy development....

Position Qualifications:
  • A Master’s degree;
  • At least five years of experience leading diversity and inclusion initiatives and achieving successful outcomes within a large, complex organization;
  • A demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity;
  • Superior communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Proven ability to collaborate with underrepresented populations, bridge differences through dialogue, and promote cultural competence across all constituencies...
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Posted 5.14.22:  Head of School, The William Penn Charter School (PA)

Established in 1689 by William Penn and members of the Religious Society of Friends, Penn Charter is a community guided by Quaker testimonies and the central belief that there is "that of God" in every person. Today, Penn Charter is a leading coeducational, independent, day school offering a vigorous pre-K through 12 program in academics, arts, and athletics, all within the context of the Quaker values that have guided the school for more than three centuries. Our vibrant community of 986 students, 151 faculty and staff, and 5,500 alumni worldwide embraces diversity of people, cultures, experiences, and thought....

The incoming Head of School at Penn Charter must be a proven leader with broad-based skills, including:
  • A record of attracting, retaining, and mentoring educators and leaders;
  • A demonstrated commitment to academic excellence;
  • A talent for building consensus through excellent communication and listening skills;
  • Leadership that empowers others; and
  • The ability to lead an organization with balanced confidence and humility....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
Posted 5.14.22:  Vice President for Enrollment, Saint George's College of Maine

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine, in partnership with the search firm Scott Healy & Associates, invites applications and nominations for the position of Vice President for Enrollment. The Vice President reports directly to the Sr. VP for Revenue and Business and is a critically important part of the College’s Leadership Team. The VP participates in institution-wide strategic planning and policy development for enrollment management. The VP is responsible for the development, implementation, coordination, and evaluation of the institution’s strategic enrollment initiatives and outcomes while providing vision and leadership to the institution in all areas of enrollment management. The successful candidate will partner with all College stakeholders including the Board of Trustees, Senior Leadership Team, academic leadership and faculty, students, alumni and colleagues to achieve strategic enrollment goals.

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Posted 5.14.22:  Kindergarten Maternity Leave Teacher, Tenacre Country Day School (MA)

Tenacre Country Day School is seeking maternity leave coverage for our kindergarten beginning August 29, 2022. Tenacre’s mission is to nurture and challenge each child, every day. Everything we do is designed to enhance this all-important balance over a broad range of homeroom and special subjects, along with other activities. As a school dedicated to the elementary years, Tenacre values the importance of teaming with the grade level teaching partner, the strong partnership between parents and staff, and the meaningful participation of each child in daily school life. We provide our teachers with numerous professional development opportunities and a collegial atmosphere. Tenacre values diversity and inclusiveness in our curriculum and our school community and we expect all members of the community to contribute positively to the school experience.

  • Knowledge of curriculum development and differentiated learning
  • Strong early literacy background with knowledge of phonics instruction
  • Familiarity with the following programs: Responsive Classroom, Singapore Math, Lively Letters and Handwriting Without Tears (training will be provided as needed)
  • Ability to work collaboratively with teaching partner in executing curriculum development and establishing routines within the classroom...
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 5.14.22:  Executive Director, League of Chicago Theatres (IL)

The League of Chicago Theatres (the League) is a nonprofit service organization that supports and is governed by an alliance of theatres dedicated to ensuring that theatre continues to thrive in Chicago. The League pursues this goal in collaboration with more than 230 nonprofit and commercial theatres and performing arts organizations by leveraging their collective strength to support, promote, and advocate for the industry. The League serves many direct functions for the community including audience building, advocacy, government relations, grant-making, and professional development. ...

Position Summary:
The Executive Director will be an inspirational, creative, and forward-thinking industry shaper with an exceptional understanding of the dynamics of cultural ecosystems in the United States. The Executive Director will have a passion for the performing arts, and solid managerial experience that can leverage the infrastructure of a small nonprofit to secure and prioritize the use of resources to create efficient and effective impacts for constituents. The individual will be responsible for leading and structuring the League’s activities in a manner that successfully brings people together under one tent and strategically builds financial, social, and creative capital for the organization. The Executive Director will be accountable for collaborating with the board of directors in setting the long-term and implementing the short-term strategic vision and goals of the League. This individual will serve as the public face of the League, including in the organization’s relationship to funders and civic leadership and by engaging in local, regional, and national dialogues to the benefit of the Chicago community. ...

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Posted 5.14.22:  Director of Development, Broad Stage (CA)

Located in the heart of Santa Monica, The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage (Broad Stage) is an industry-leading performing arts producer and presenter located on Los Angeles’ west side, providing a platform for the world’s most compelling artists working in theatre, dance, music, and multidisciplinary art forms. Broad Stage enters its fourteenth year as a 501c3 nonprofit organization and is a proud flagship of Santa Monica College (SMC), supported by the generosity of the Broad Family Foundation. The organization is rising to meet a rapidly evolving set of needs for artists, audiences, community, and campus intending to advance its role as an invaluable cultural resource and artistic ambassador for greater Los Angeles....

Position Summary:
Serving as a key member of the leadership team, the Director of Development (DOD) will lead and mentor an accomplished and engaged development team in achieving Broad Stage’s ambitious revenue goals while aligning to Broad Stage’s mission and values. The DOD will provide significant operational oversight, ensuring the effective use of systems including the PatronManager (Salesforce) database, and ensure strong donor cultivation, recognition, and stewardship practices. The DOD will serve as a key organizational ambassador, engaging donors and stakeholders with Broad Stage’s compelling case for support and exciting artistic vision. ...

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Posted 5.11.22:  Principal, Lincoln Elementary School, Whitewater School District (WI)

The Lincoln Principal is responsible for the administration of all aspects of Lincoln Elementary School in alignment with the District mission, the policies of the School Board, a vision of inclusion, and administrative directive of the Superintendent.

  • Facilitates a culture of inclusion and cultural acceptance in a diverse growing community.
  • Lead building staff in establishing culturally responsive practices.
  • Supervise the use of the school building by developing and administering the building budget and coordinating staff schedules with building utilization in a way that supports the community vision our Board has established.
  • Promotes open communication and collaboration  with faculty members, parents, students and the community through meetings and committee participation in a way that welcomes our diverse needs.
  • Build and support a culture of academic excellence through review and Professional Learning Community work on academic data....
  • DPI Licensure
  • Master’s degree with coursework in school administration
  • Three years minimum successful teaching experience 
  • Bilingual (Spanish)
  • Demonstrates experience, or professional growth, in working in/with diverse communities.
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 5.7.22:  President & CEO, Center for Creative Arts (MO)

COCA is the fourth largest multidisciplinary community arts center in the country and annually serves 50,000 people of all ages and skill levels—from enthusiastic amateurs to emerging professionals. COCA’s faculty of distinguished educators provides meaningful arts experiences in its own studios, gallery, and theaters. Outreach programs extend COCA’s mission into schools, community centers, and corporate settings. COCA is one of only 18 schools in the nation accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Precollegiate Arts Schools. ...

Reporting directly to the Board of Directors, the President and CEO will be responsible for shaping COCA's vision and establishing and implementing the organization’s strategic goals while serving as the primary external leader for the organization. The President and CEO, with the assistance of the senior leadership team, will clearly define COCA’s expectations and goals in a number of areas, including fundraising, finance, network building, artistic and educational programming, and high-level administrative functions. ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 5.6.22:  Dean of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, Juniata College (PA)

Juniata College ( is pleased to welcome applications for the role of Dean of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (Dean of EDI). Reporting to the President and sitting on the Senior Leadership Team (Cabinet), the Dean of EDI serves as the senior diversity officer for the College, with the responsibility for developing and implementing a comprehensive plan for furthering diversity, equity and inclusion by leading and coordinating efforts to create a diverse, inclusive and welcoming environment....

Requirements: a master’s degree from an accredited college or university with 5-8 years of experience related to diversity, equity and inclusion (advanced degree preferred); well-organized and self-directed individual who exhibits a high level of integrity that inspires trust and confidence; and knowledge of current diversity trends/issues with a clear understanding of the importance of an inclusive and diverse environment in a comprehensive higher education or similar setting....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
Posted 5.6.22:  Lecturer, National Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

The Department of Liberal Studies at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf invites applications for one faculty position at the rank of Lecturer. The position is a 9-month, non-tenure track appointment. Application reviews will begin during Fall 2022.

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Posted 5.5.22:  Director of Development, Albany Park Theater Project (IL)

Albany Park Theater Project (APTP) creates transformative experiences that forge an inclusive community of youth artists, adult artists, and audiences to envision and build a more just, equitable, and joyful world. APTP’s teen ensemble and adult artistic team collaborate to devise world-class original theater that amplifies and illuminates the real-life stories of the immigrant and first-generation Albany Park community. Audiences come from throughout Chicago and beyond to experience APTP’s innovative and visionary theatrical performances. ...

The Director of Development (DOD) will be a strategic, proactive, and highly collaborate development leader. The DOD will leverage available networks to cultivate new and existing funding relationships with individual and institutional donors and partner with the board of directors and executive leadership to identify and cultivate a pipeline of donor prospects. Reporting to the Co-Executive Directors, the DOD will mentor and expand APTP’s full time and contracted development team and oversee all aspects of fundraising to grow and diversity streams of
philanthropic support. Collaborating with all staff, the DOD will serve as an ambassador for the APTP mission of art, youth, and justice and demonstrate compassion, care, and concern for social justice work with special emphasis on issues impacting the populations served by APTP....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 5.6.22: Director of Operations, Raw Art Works (MA)

Raw Art Works (RAW) was founded in 1988 by a group of passionate art therapists who shared the belief that good things happen when kids feel they are a vital part of a creative community that truly cares. RAW strives to ensure that youth and staff are welcomed into a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment the moment they step through the door. Through the use of the arts, youth are given the tools to process what is really going on in their lives, giving them the opportunity to create in unexpected ways, and envision new possibilities for their future. ...

 Position Summary 

Raw Art Works is seeking a well-rounded Director of Operations to join the team. The Director of Operations plays a key role on the RAW leadership team, leads day-to-day operational management, and supports the long-term visioning of this vibrant organization. They will be responsible for financial and administrative oversight, including human resources support, project management, budget forecasting, technology, facilities, and strategic planning. ...

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Posted 5.3.22:  Head of School, The Paideia School  (GA)

The Paideia School, an independent Pre-K-12 school located in the Druid Hills neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia, prioritizes relationships, inquiry, and community. ...

Opportunities and Challenges 

Paideia’s next Head of School will join the community at a critical and exciting inflection point. The School is characterized by a diverse community where the life of the mind flourishes and where faculty, staff, and students alike are able to bring their full and authentic selves to school each day. The priorities, opportunities, and challenges ahead include: 

• Honoring Paideia’s half century of history and tradition, building on the momentum of the school’s success during its founder-led era, and capitalizing on the community’s readiness as the school prepares for its next chapter. 
• Thoughtfully considering how to augment the school’s structures with systems that allow for greater equity, efficiency, and predictability, ensuring that the school’s human and financial resources are put to their best use in support of the school. 
• Recruiting, hiring, retaining, and supporting faculty and staff who fully embrace Paideia’s Framework of Values and who reflect the diversity of the student body. 
• Furthering the school’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, consistent with the current DEI Strategic Plan. 
• Maintaining Paideia’s fundamental ...

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Posted 4.29.22:  Vice-President, Finance & Administration, University of Waterloo (Ontario CA)

The University of Waterloo invites applications, nominations, and expressions of interest for the position of Vice-President, Finance and Administration (VPFA), with the appointment to be effective September 1, 2022....

Reporting to the President and Vice-Chancellor, the Vice-President, Finance and Administration provides strategic advice and insight to support the President, Vice-Presidents, and university leaders to develop and implement long term operating budgets and plans to promote the University’s mission and goals. The VPFA is the chief financial and administrative officer of the University of Waterloo, providing visionary leadership, oversight, and stewardship over its talent management and human resources, financial and physical assets, investments and endowments, and digital assets. The VPFA will work collegially and collaboratively with faculty leadership within a bicameral governance model that includes a Board of Governors, Senate, and a high degree of public scrutiny and accountability. A leader capable of anticipating responses to rapidly evolving needs and technologies is required, with talent strategies that will ensure Waterloo continues to evolve and innovate....

The successful candidate will have senior leadership experience, preferably with experience and/or understanding of the broader public sector, that could include finance, administration, human resources, facilities management and/or information services and technology, backed by the education and professional credentials, or equivalent experience, to ensure credibility and accountability. The VPFA will have successfully played a major role in a complex organization of similar diversity and scale....

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Posted 4.29.22:  Executive Director, Greater Roxbury Arts  & Cultural Center (MA)

The Greater Roxbury Arts and Cultural Center (GRACC) will be a new 501c3 organization within the 365,000 square foot Nubian Square Ascends (NSA) development – a State of Massachusetts designated cultural district. This enormous asset to the Roxbury Cultural District will help revitalize Nubian Square (formerly Dudley Square) as a thriving cultural and mercantile center. This mixed-use project is being developed and led by a fully BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) team....

The Position:
The inaugural Executive Director will be the face of GRACC and amplify the non-profit organization alongside Nubian Square Ascends in Boston’s Roxbury Cultural District. Reporting to a developing board of directors, inclusive of an advisory board and Nubian Square Ascends ownership, the Executive Director will play a key role in the successful campaign strategy to raise $35 million in funds that began in Spring 2022. Additionally, they will lead the development of the operating plan, hire key staff, and ensure the successful proposed opening of the GRACC in Fall 2024. ...

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Posted 4.26.22:  Two Faculty Openings, School of Education, Northwest Missouri State University

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Assistant Professor of Elementary Education OR Instructor (if ABD), School of Education
 EMPLOYMENT TERMS:  Full-time faculty position (August – May)
POSITION OVERVIEW: The Northwest Missouri State University School of Education seeks an engaging, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic 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 Assistant Professor and must possess strong teaching, advising, research, leadership, presentation, collaboration, and communication skills. The selected candidate must model life-long learning and continuous improvement as an educator, and be grounded in the most current research, curriculum, pedagogy, and practice; this requires evidence of strong and successful teaching experience with deep content knowledge....

• Assistant Professor of Education- Reading/Literacy
EMPLOYMENT TERMS: 9-month position (August – May)
POSITION OVERVIEW: The Northwest Missouri State University School of Education seeks an engaging, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic 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 Assistant Professor and must possess strong teaching, advising, research, leadership, presentation, collaboration, and communication skills. The selected candidate must model life-long learning and continuous improvement as an educator, and be grounded in the most current research, curriculum, pedagogy, and practice; this requires evidence of strong and successful teaching experience with deep content knowledge....
Posted 4.26.22:  Multiple Openings, St. Joseph's College of Maine

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• Reference & Information Literacy Librarian
• Visiting Instructor, Physical Sciences
• Adjunct Faculty, Psychology
• Adjunct Faculty, Psychology of Gender
• Admissions Counselor

Complete information on these and other openings is available at:

Posted 4.23.22:  Director of Communications & Strategic Marketing, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

Summary: The Archer School for Girls is currently seeking a full-time Director of Communications and Strategic Marketing. The Director of Communications and Strategic Marketing is responsible for leading the School’s innovative, integrated communication and marketing strategy in order to strengthen Archer’s brand, raise its visibility in the independent school landscape, and articulate clear messaging to both internal and external constituencies. The Director oversees the creation, design, and execution of all school publications and online platforms and coordinates all outreach strategies to ensure clarity and consistency in branding and positioning. 

The primary objective of the Director of Communications and Strategic Marketing is to tell the unique story of Archer by accurately showcasing our high-level teaching and learning and our 21st-century approach to an all-girls’ education....

Nature & Scope of Duties: 

• Oversee and manage all official school communications and ensure materials are in accordance with the School’s mission 
• Develop and execute the School’s strategic communications, branding and marketing plan in close collaboration with the Head of School 
• Maintain and enhance Archer’s brand int and externally to ensure that all materials reflect and embody the innovative, creative culture of the school while enhancing the visibility and public perception of Archer 
• Establish an annual communications calendar that includes the production schedule for all print materials, internal and external correspondence, and specific marketing projects ...

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Posted 4.29.22: Assistant Director of Admissions, Upper School, Milton Academy (MA)

Milton Academy seeks an Assistant Director of Admission for an opening in the Upper School (grades 9-12) Admissions Office.
The Assistant Director of Admission must have a deep understanding of and appreciation for the unique mission and characteristics of a New England boarding/day school, specifically Milton Academy, with its vibrant multicultural community. This position includes the full range of recruiting and admissions selection responsibilities, including:

  • Reviewing and evaluating admissions applications.
  • Interviewing prospective students.
  • Interviewing prospective parents.
  • Serve on an admissions selection committee. 

Extensive recruitment travel is required. Additional admission-related administrative and programmatic responsibilities will be assigned at the discretion of the dean.
Qualified applicants will hold a Bachelor’s degree and have 1-2 years of professional experience as an admissions officer in a fast-paced, selective admissions office at the secondary (boarding preferred) or college level. Candidates should possess the ability to be flexible, work collaboratively, and prioritize multiple projects and tasks in a fast-paced work environment. Other required experience and abilities include excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent computer skills. Must understand issues of confidentiality. Must be receptive to supervision and professional development....

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Posted 4.29.22:  Physics Teacher, Upper School, Milton Academy (MA)

Milton Academy is seeking a full-time Upper School physics teacher with a demonstrated ability to work in a diverse community for a position beginning in September 2022.

The teacher will teach a total of three or four classes in physics and will be expected to engage with students beyond the classroom. The teacher may also teach an engineering elective. A graduate degree in physical science or engineering is preferred, as is experience in inquiry-based practices. A familiarity with both differentiated instruction and inclusive pedagogy is also desired. A commitment to bridging students’ classroom experiences with opportunities for real-world application is essential. The ideal candidate will be eager to contribute to an academically vibrant community and to an evolving curriculum that aims to fully incorporate elements of culture and diversity into students’ learning of science....

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Posted 4.28.22:  Multiple Openings, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

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Posted 4.23.22:   Executive Director of Empowering Pacific Islander Communities (EPIC)

... Empowering Pacific Islander Communities (EPIC) seeks a passionate Executive Director to lead a national organization that advances social justice by engaging Native Hawaiians & Pacific Islanders (NHPIs) in culture-centered advocacy, leadership development, and research. In the past year, EPIC has undergone an in-depth strategic planning process to understand our strengths and chart a clear path for the organization’s future. We need a talented individual who can implement the recommendations set forth in the strategic plan. The ideal candidate will have a combination of experience leading an organization, managing staff, fundraising, developing relationships and organizing NHPIs and underserved populations....

Salary range:  $85-100K depending on experience

Deadline for application is May 13.

Send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and three professional references via email to with the subject [YOUR NAME ED Applicant]. Materials should be submitted by May 13, 2022 at 5:00 PM (PT) for priority consideration. All applicants will be notified once a hiring decision has been made.

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Posted 4.23.22:  Managing Director, ZACH Theater (TX)

ZACH Theatre (ZACH) is located at the very heartbeat of downtown Austin on Lady Bird Lake, mere steps from where former First Lady Johnson called for Austin citizens gathered at the dedication ceremony to “use all the imagination you have, and envision this place as a river for ALL.” ...

Reporting to the board of trustees as a co-leader with the Producing Artistic Director, the Managing Director will jointly lead ZACH Theatre’s strategic direction. With responsibility for overseeing all aspects of theatre management including fundraising, human resources, operations, finances, education, and marketing. Creating a donor and stakeholder-centric culture and implementing the organizations strategic plan, the Managing Director will support the Producing Artistic Director’s vision to create exceptional theatre experiences that inspire and engage the Austin community to be a theatre of national impact that cultivates empathy, ignites joy, and transforms lives. This individual will guide the organization in creating concrete policies in the areas of, equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism in order to build positive and authentic relationships with all staff, artists, audiences, donors, and community members....

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Posted 4.23.22:  Artistic Director, Artists Repertory Theater (OR)

... Position Summary 

Reporting to the Board as a co-leader with the Executive Director, the Artistic Director will provide an artistic vision and strategic direction that embraces ART’s long-standing commitment to new works and intimate, provocative community-engaged theater that ventures beyond the mainstream. This dynamic artist, who may be a stage director or active in their own artistic work in another aspect of production, will be dedicated to the concept of ensemble and embedding diversity, equity, inclusion, and access in all that they do. They will build upon ART’s legacy to conceptualize, develop, and deliver inventive and lively programming that provides an inclusive theater experience for a growing audience and demonstrates the commitment to nurturing the work of local artists and new playwrights....

Roles and Responsibilities:  Artistic Vision and Leadership 

Collaborate with the resident artists, staff, board, and local, regional, national, and international artists to createa forward-thinking artistic vision that is inspired by and built on ART’s legacy of developing new work.

Directly create and indirectly manage the development and execution of inspiring and powerful works of theatre,including direct support of the artistic leadership team, including the Producing Director, Director of New Works,Artistic Directing Fellows, and teams by artistic project.

Champion the selection, development, and activation of the resident artists as a core priority, includinginnovations around how resident artists can add to the vibrancy and quality of artistic and organizational accomplishments throughout ART.

Hire and lead production teams, including directors, choreographers, designers...

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Posted 4.23.22:  Expressive Art Therapist, Raw Art Works (MA)

Raw Art Works (RAW) was founded in 1988 with a group of passionate art therapists who shared the belief that good things happen when kids feel they are a vital part of a creative community that truly cares. Youth and staff at RAW are welcomed into a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment the moment they step through the door. Through the use of the arts, youth are given the tools to process what is really going on in their lives, giving them the opportunity to create in unexpected ways, and envision new possibilities for their future. ...

... The Expressive Art Therapist will lead and facilitate weekly visual and expressive arts groups for youth ages 8-19. The therapist will lead the planning, promotion, delivery and evaluation of visual arts programming in order to provide youth with unique opportunities to create art that allows them to be seen and heard. Reporting to the Program Director, they will be a valued thought partner and a representative of RAW’s mission and culture. ...

Roles & Responsibilities: Visual Arts Program Management: 
Develops and delivers a comprehensive visual arts curriculum rooted in art therapy and utilizes visual and expressive arts including but not limited to drawing, painting, and sculpting. 
Develops, organizes, and facilitates visual arts groups with the purpose of leading young people through the creation of visual arts projects. 
Develops innovative & high-quality art concepts appropriate for group sessions. ...

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Posted 4.17.22:  Executive Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Central New Mexico Community College

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Develops and oversees programs, services, and initiatives of diversity, equity, and inclusion in support of Central New Mexico Community College's values, strategic plan, student success, and a climate of equity and inclusion for the College's employees and students. As the leader of the cross-college Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leadership Team, the Executive Director collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to develop, lead, and embed diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. Develops and oversees department budget and identifies and develops funding sources as appropriate. The Executive Director serves as a community liaison and develops partnerships within communities to promote equity as an essential mission of the College. The Executive Director participates in the development and implementation of strategic plans and operating policies as a member of the President's Executive Team....

  • Master’s degree and four (4) years of related experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree and six (6) years of related experience
  • Experience in higher education and/or work in a complex organizational structure.
  • Certifications in diversity, equity, inclusion
  • Experience serving in an executive level role
  • Experience managing multiple programs/projects simultaneously
  • Previous supervisory experience...
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Posted 4.19.22:  Executive Director, Deans for Impact 

Location: Remote

About Deans for Impact
Deans for Impact, a non-profit organization established in 2014 to ensure that every child is taught by a well-prepared teacher, seeks a strong leader to serve as the organization’s next Executive Director. Deans for Impact brings together leaders from educator-preparation programs who want to change the way they prepare beginning teachers and are compelled by their interest in making a positive impact on
education outcomes for children and youth. Deans for Impact helps these leaders transform their programs through evidence, including our best scientific understanding about how students learn; supporting them to sustain changes over time; and building their capacity to influence policy. The Executive Director leads the development and execution of the strategy for achieving the organization’s

Experience in organizational leadership required; Track record of collaboration with nonprofit board of directors, board of trustees, or other governance entities preferred
Experience leading from a commitment to equity with a track record of impactful results
A track record of successful development, fundraising, strategic partnerships and fee-for-service models, foundation philanthropy, or other relevant revenue generation required
Demonstrated experience with educator-preparation programs required; Experience with other professional learning for educators preferred
Past experience as an educator and/or instructional leader in K-12 education or other relevant experience with or exposure to the field of K-12 education required...

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Posted 4.17.22:  Director of Social Justice & Equity, The Nueva School (CA)

The Nueva School seeks nominations and applications for a Director of Social Justice and Equity (JEDI – Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion Director) to lead the school’s strategic work in the areas of social justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion across all three divisions. A visionary and compassionate leader, this person will be joining a preK–12 school already engaged in challenging systems of inequity and seeking to deepen its commitment to creating a Beloved Community rooted in a culture of dignity. Candidates should embrace the culture of innovation encouraged at Nueva and possess a radical imagination and inquisitive spirit, a can-do attitude, and the critical hope necessary to envision and inspire us to build the world we want to live in. The role is multi-faceted and intersects with curriculum, pedagogy, strategic planning, professional development, parent education, student support, and community-building.
The Nueva School, an internationally recognized, nonprofit, independent day school, has served gifted learners since 1967....

The JEDI director is a member of the school’s senior leadership team and reports directly to the head of school. In addition, they will lead and supervise a team of three JEDI coordinators whose responsibilities are primarily student-facing. The JEDI director will also collaborate closely with the division heads, director of admissions, director of enrollment and strategic engagement, and the director of teaching and learning....

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Posted 4.17.22:  Vice President for Advancement, Rockford University (IL)

Rockford University ( is accepting nominations and applications for the position of Vice President for Advancement. Reporting to the President, the new Vice President for Advancement serves as Rockford University's chief philanthropy officer and strategist for the Advancement Division and as chief philanthropic advisor to the President, the Trustees, and other University officials on all matters involving current or potential philanthropic support. The Vice President for Advancement will oversee all Advancement areas, including Alumni Engagement, Planned Giving, Major Gifts, Corporate and Foundation Gifts, Data and Gift Management, Prospect and Grant Research, Public Relations & Strategic Communications, and University Events and Scheduling.


• Hire, train, supervise, and evaluate staff within the Office of Advancement, including at present, Director of Alumni Engagement and Philanthropic Strategies, Engagement Officer, Donor Relations Coordinator, Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement Specialist, Philanthropy & Alumni Engagement Systems Coordinator (Vacant), Director of University Events and Scheduling, Director of Marketing and Communications, Marketing and Communications Manager, and the Marketing and Communications Specialist.

• Provide leadership and support to all professional, administrative, and student staff assigned to advancement.

• Work with direct reports and their respective teams on strategic planning efforts to meet increasing annual goals and drive long-term results...

QUALIFICATIONS include the following:

• A deep appreciation for the mission and aspirations of Rockford University, the ability to successfully articulate that mission and generate excitement about the university among a diverse group of stakeholders, and the desire to play a meaningful role in the life of Rockford University and its extended community.

• Bachelor's Degree and ten (10) years of related fundraising experience. Graduate degree preferred.

• Five years of management experience within a professional fundraising organization.

• A record of successful fundraising in higher education or a large non-profit organization at the major and principal gift levels....

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Posted 4.17.22:   Principal Consultant, Engaged Student Teams, Education First

Education First is seeking a field-recognized or emerging leader to join the “Engaged Students” consulting team as
Principal. The Principal position is a senior leader who helps shape and set strategy, manages and coaches team
members, cultivates strong partnerships, leads individual client engagements and contributes to the firm’s success
and sustainability by identifying and selling mission-aligned work. We seek a leader who believes deeply in the
power of intentional coordination, integration and coherence of academics with social and emotional learning to
increase preK-12 student success, as well as coherence with other system-level strategies, such as training and
supporting diverse educators and innovative staffing and school designs.

The Principal will have deep experience and significant expertise in EITHER:
Coherent Instructional, Assessment and Accountability Systems, including one or more of these issue
areas: high-quality curriculum and assessments, and expanded accountability systems with academic,
non-academic and equity measures and indicators, OR
Innovative Systems and Schools, including one or more of these issue areas: governance; school
autonomy & accountability; district design; system strategy; human capital development; and innovative
school models and/or charter management organization experience.

The “Engaged Students” team’s work focuses on supporting and sustaining the creation of just, equitable,
rigorous and engaging learning environments and leads on three of the firm’s seven Focus Areas: Coherent
Instructional, Assessment and Accountability Systems; Innovative Systems and Schools; and Social, Emotional and
Academic Development. As a part of this team, the Principal will apply their skills to lead high-impact strategy and
technical assistance projects with systems leaders of public, nonprofit and philanthropic organizations at the local,
state, national and federal levels.

Principals at Education First apply their advanced understanding of current and future issues in the field to lead
powerful services and projects that produce immediate and long-term results, and contribute thought leadership
to extend the firm’s reputation nationally in these areas....

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Posted 4.17.22:  Two Instructional Technology Specialists Tenacre Country Day School (MA)

• Lower School Instructional Technology Specialist, Part-time Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 2
Tenacre Country Day School is seeking a part-time lower school instructional technology specialist for the 2022-2023 school year. Tenacre’s mission is to nurture and challenge each child, every day. Everything we do is designed to enhance this all-important balance over a broad range of homeroom and special subjects, along with other activities....

• Instructional Technology Specialist
At Tenacre, we want our students to experience technology instruction that develops skills in logic, sequencing, programming, and design thinking, while also focusing on mastery of software and hardware tools. Interdisciplinary projects support the application of technology skills and help students use technology to demonstrate understanding. In addition to providing direct instruction, our instructional technology specialist will have the opportunity to design new curricula and participate in overall program development....

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Posted 4.12.22:  LGBTQ+ Western Director, Western Washington University

LGBTQ+ Western is part of the Enrollment and Student Services division's new Access, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Unit, which is also home to Multicultural Student Services and the Disability Access Center. We encourage applications from people of color, people with disabilities, queer and trans spectrum people, veterans, and other candidates whose identities and experiences are often underrepresented and marginalized in higher education....

About the Position
The LGBTQ+ Director oversees and provides a wide array of services for students, and for faculty and staff in support of students, and engages with community partners beyond the university to build vibrant and thriving LGBTQ+ community. In their work, the Director engages with partners across the division as well as student leaders, faculty, and academic administrators. The Director reports to the Assistant Vice President for Access, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. ...

Salary: $76,005 - $88,672

Review of applications begins April 25, 2022 and applicants are highly encouraged to submit their materials by this date. The position will
be open until filled.

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Posted 4.7.22:  Visiting Assistant Professor, Educational Studies, Colgate University (NY)

The Department of Educational Studies at Colgate University invites applications for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor (VAP) position in Foundations of Education beginning Fall semester 2022 (two courses in the fall; three in the spring). Completion of Ph.D. is required prior to or shortly after the date of hire.

The Department of Educational Studies utilizes socially engaged and committed frameworks to create a reflective environment where students cultivate a critical understanding of power and privilege. Our faculty provide a breadth of course offerings to students interested in studying education broadly, including students who want to gain political, social, and cultural understandings of larger educational phenomena and/or students planning a career in teaching. Candidates must have a strong interdisciplinary background and the ability to teach our introductory class (“The American School”) as well as electives based on their research interests and expertise....

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Posted 4.7.22:  Dean for the School of Behavioral and Community Health, Moravian University (PA)

Moravian University is located in the center of historic Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. From its early roots as the sixth oldest institution of higher education in the nation and the first school to open its doors to women, Moravian University has been a pioneer. Rather than simply following the history of others, Moravian innovates and provides what students and society need most. Moravian University, a master's comprehensive university, seeks an energetic, talented, and collaborative leader to serve as the founding dean of University's new School of Behavioral and Community Health.

The founding Dean of the School of Behavioral and Community Health at Moravian University will be a leader and builder. The Dean will lead the revitalization and expansion of the Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling program while building new graduate and undergraduate degree programs (such as social work, additional graduate behavioral health programs) to support our educational mission and serve our community. The Dean will work closely with internal and external partners to expand and develop academic programs to meet the mental health needs of the regional community. ...

• Employs a vision to build a successful School of Behavioral and Community Health within a dynamic masters comprehensive university with a liberal arts mission.
• Prioritizes equity and inclusion, recruitment, and retention in the student experience.
• Fosters a culture of academic excellence, collaboration, and commitment to continuous improvement....

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Posted 4.7.22:  Executive Director, Swallow Hill Music (CO)

Swallow Hill Music ( was founded in 1979 and began as an outgrowth of the Denver Folklore Center, a music store in Denver’s Swallow Hill neighborhood that offered performances and music lessons to the community in the 1960s and 1970s. When the Folklore Center closed temporarily in the late 1970s, a group of committed volunteers formed Swallow Hill as a nonprofit organization. Swallow Hill is now the second largest acoustic music school in the country, offering lifelong learning in a wide array of musical genres to those in every stage of life. ...

Position Summary 
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will lead all short- and long-term strategic planning to move the organization into the next stage of its exciting and bright future. Reporting to the Board Chair, the CEO will supervise and guide all aspects of Swallow Hill’s strategy, operations, programs, and performances and maintain excellent relationships with the board, donors, sponsors, audience, teachers, staff, partners, and other external stakeholders. As an innovative and transformational leader, the CEO will bring new ideas for growth in programming, partnerships, earned and contributed revenues, audience development, and digital platforms. As the primary spokesperson and external ambassador for the organization, the CEO will elevate new and underrepresented voices to better support and reflect the community that Swallow Hill serves....

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Posted 4.7.22:   Multiple Openings, Bertschi School (WA)

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Posted 4.7.22:  President & CEO, Hobby Center for the Performing Arts (TX)

The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts (The Hobby Center) is a state-of-the art complex located in the Theater District in the heart of downtown Houston. Located across from Tranquility Park and City Hall, The Hobby Center offers breath-taking panoramic views of downtown, two magnificent performance halls, and an award-winning restaurant. The Hobby Center is a city-owned facility and operated by The Hobby Center Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The mission of The Hobby Center is to expand Houston’s reputation as a world-class cultural center by providing a premier performing arts facility, fostering accessibility to the performing arts, and promoting arts education, with an emphasis on musical theater....

The Hobby Center has a robust arts education and community engagement program. Its Discovery Series is a dynamic arts education community partnership and a successful affiliation with regional school districts and local performing arts groups. It addresses an important need in local schools, providing an opportunity for teachers and students to experience arts outside of the classroom in a downtown Theater District venue. The series reaches thousands of Houston-area students annually, many from Title I schools, and helps cultivate an appreciation for the arts in today’s students and tomorrow’s performers and audience members. 

The President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will provide strategic leadership and community engagement as The Hobby Center continues its exciting path forward. The CEO will be the organization's primary spokesperson in advancing its public image and increasing brand awareness regionally and nationally. The CEO will actively engage in the cultivation and stewardship of donors and foster authentic, collaborative, and meaningful relationships. ...

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Posted 4.1.22:  Dean of Admissions, Trocaire College (NY)

Dean of Admissions Trocaire College (, a private, career-oriented Catholic college, is accepting applications for the position of Dean of Admissions. Reporting to the VP of Enrollment and Student Affairs, the Dean of Admissions is a highly visible member of the campus community that oversees the office of admissions and one-stop operation. In collaboration with administration, faculty and staff, the Dean will lead efforts to develop and implement a comprehensive student recruitment plan, admissions process, and one stop operation that will support the enrollment goals of the college. The Dean is responsible for the fiscal management of all budgets corresponding to the offices under their supervision. ...

The ideal candidate for the Dean of Admissions will be a data driven decision maker, an experienced enrollment professional, and a creative leader in admissions and recruitment. The Dean will develop and lead inclusive outreach efforts to draw a diverse student body. As a team player who has a warm collaborative nature, positive energy, sense of humor, possess superior organization and prioritization skills and is self-motivated in the completion of his/her work, the Dean will lead the team, as well as collaborate with other leaders within the campus community. She/ he will have exceptional communication and interpersonal skills including outstanding writing and public speaking skills and the ability to interact comfortably with a variety of people....

Minimum Qualifications:
• Master’s Degree
• Three to five years of progressively responsible experience in admissions/ enrollment.
• Experience supervising and evaluating the work of subordinates. ...

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Posted 4.1.22:  Multi-Lingual Education Coordinator, Shelton School District #309 (WA)

The Multilingual Education Coordinator provides instructional and operational leadership, direction and support for Multilingual Education, Dual Language Program, and interpretation and translation Services. The Multilingual Education Coordinator works with other leaders in the District’s Instructional Services Division to ensure high quality instructional services are provided to English learners and foster positive, healthy relationships with our multilingual families.
Depending upon the individual assignment, the Multi-Lingual Education Coordinator performs all or a combination of several of the following duties. This list of essential functions is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary.
  • Sustain and advance a commitment to District beliefs, vision, and goals.
  • Focus on leading all stakeholders in support of the district’s commitment to equity and for all students, including those receiving Multilingual Education.
  • Design, facilitate and model professional learning on culturally responsive and evidence-based instructional strategies including tiered supports for student achievement.
  • Model and facilitate an inclusive culture that promotes the ongoing improvement of teaching and learning for students and staff of all backgrounds.
  • Provide district leadership and support for and operational management of Multilingual Education, Dual Language Program, and interpretation and translation services to students and families. Serve as a key member of the District’s Instructional Leadership team which coordinates district work in curriculum, instruction, assessment, special education, student services, Multilingual Education, categorical programs and professional learning....
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Posted 4.1.22:  Executive Director, Mills Institute (CA)

... Beginning in July 2022, Mills College and Northeastern University are merging to create a bicoastal university powered by Northeastern’s global experiential learning and research and strengthened by Mills’ legacy in women's leadership, equity, and social justice.
At this pivotal moment for both institutions, the Mills Institute has been purposefully created to preserve and further the legacy and mission of Mills College, which “…educates students to think critically and communicate responsibly and effectively, to accept the challenges of their creative visions, and to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to effect thoughtful changes in a global, multicultural society.” The Institute will also double down on the deep commitments both Mills and Northeastern share with respect to equity, inclusion, and antiracism, providing programs and partnerships that support transformative teaching and learning, research, and career development for women, gender non-binary individuals, and historically marginalized racial and ethnic communities....

The Executive Director will be the executive and educational head of the Institute, reporting to the president of Mills College at Northeastern. This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, forward-thinking leader to build and develop a new institute that will join the ranks of the many prominent institutes of Northeastern University while sustaining the values and rich history of Mills College....

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Posted 3.30.22:  Executive Director, Folk Alliance International (MO)

Folk Alliance International (FAI) was founded in 1989 to connect folk music leaders working to sustain the folk community and genre. An NEA-designated National Art Service Organization based in Kansas City, Missouri, FAI is the leading international voice for folk music with over 3000 members including a global community of artists, agents, managers, labels, publicists, arts administrators, and festival, venue, and concert series presenters.

FAI produces the world’s largest annual conference of the folk music industry and community (with over 3300 delegates from 42 countries at its 2020 edition), the International Folk Music Awards, an Artist in Residence program, a Finest Folk concert series, the Folk ExChange, and Ethno USA (in partnership with JMI). FAI has five regional affiliates in North America that represent members in their respective regions, and one global affiliate. The affiliates produce their own year-round content, annual events, and operate with their own boards. FAI defines folk broadly as “the music of the people” (reflective of any community they are from), and programs a diverse array of sub-genres including, but not limited to, Appalachian, Americana, Blues, Bluegrass, Celtic, Cajun, Global Roots, HipHop, Old-Time, Singer-Songwriter, Spoken Word, Traditional, Zydeco, and various fusions....

Collaborating across the field and building authentic relationships, the ED will serve as an ambassador who supports FAI’s national and international visibility while cultivating support. This individual will work in partnership with the board to cultivate relationships and financial resources while educating, engaging, and energizing the board in its role as advocates and supporters. ...

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Posted 3.29.22:  Vice President for Finance & Operations, Muskingam University (OH)

... As the university’s Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, the Vice President aligns financial and operational strategies with the university’s vision, mission, and strategic plan. The Vice President optimizes the university’s assets to promote student access and success, with a focus on inclusion, innovation and effectiveness. Supported by strong department leaders, the Vice President provides vision, oversight, and stewardship for financial services, information technology, physical plant and facilities, campus safety, institutional research, and human resources and risk management....

The selected candidate will have a bachelors’ degree in business management, finance, or other related eld; an advanced degree or CPA is preferred; a record of success in a senior level financial or administrative position; proven success in creatively managing complex and evolving environments; highest level of integrity; strong leadership skills; and a demonstrated record of strategic formation and implementation....

The University boasts an enrollment of 2,500 students in undergraduate, graduate and adult learning programs and offers more than sixty majors, four graduate degrees, and multiple degree completion and certificate opportunities....

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Posted 3.29.22:  Senior Artistic Producer, Guthrie Theater (MN)

Described as “a twenty-first century dream factory” by Time Magazine, the Guthrie’s building was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel and is renowned as an architectural marvel. Open to the public year-round, the Guthrie houses three state-of-the-art stages, production facilities, classrooms, full-service restaurants, and dramatic public lobbies. The 1,100-seat Wurtele Thrust Stage was designed to reach out into the audience and place patrons at the center of the action....

The Guthrie partners with institutions of higher education to offer professional training to the next generation of theater makers and offers learning opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. Education programs include Student Matinees, which were attended by over 30,000 students from 215 schools in the full pre-pandemic 2018-19 season, Classes and Workshops for Adults, Educator Workshops, and the Guthrie Experience, a professional training program for M.F.A. actors designed to cultivate future leaders of the American Theater....

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Posted 3.29.22:  Executive Director, Eisenmann Center for Performing Arts & Corporate Presentations (TX) 

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Corporate Presentations (Eisemann Center) is one of the leading performing arts facilities serving the Dallas/Fort Worth area. With the mission to create, foster, and sustain an environment of cultural diversity, educational enrichment, and fulfilling experiences, the Eisemann Center presents more than 450 events annually, serving an audience of over 100,000. ...

The incoming Head of School at Penn Charter must be a proven leader with broad-based skills, including:

  • A record of attracting, retaining, and mentoring educators and leaders;
  • A demonstrated commitment to academic excellence;
  • A talent for building consensus through excellent communication and listening skills;
  • Leadership that empowers others; and
  • The ability to lead an organization with balanced confidence and humility....
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Posted 3.26.22:  Executive Director, Harriet Beecher Stowe Center (CT)

The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center (HBSC) is a unique museum and cultural destination that preserves and interprets Stowe’s Hartford home and historic collections, promotes vibrant discussion of her life and work, and inspires commitment to social justice and positive change. Drawing on the broad scope of Stowe’s life (1811-1896) and work, HBSC engages in conversations about the legacy of racial and gender injustice in the United States....

Position Summary:
The Executive Director (ED) will deeply commit to social justice and history, value community engagement, and lead with a clear sense of purpose and direction. As the face of the organization, the ED will continue to elevate HBSC as a nationally recognized cultural and educational resource. Reporting to the board of trustees, this individual will have day-to-day oversight of all operations while guiding a strategic vision to grow and strengthen the organization. They will ensure widely held museum and historic property best practices are followed in all areas of operation and collections care. The ED will maximize community partnerships and extend the reach of HBSC. This individual will work in partnership with the board to cultivate relationships and financial resources while educating and energizing the board in its role as fundraisers, policymakers, and community ambassadors. They will support and lead a diverse team, building a culture of teamwork, open communication, innovation, and commitment to the social justice work that is at the core of the HBSC’s mission.... 

A bachelor’s degree in history, literature, museum studies, or relevant field is required. A master’s degree is preferred. At least 10 years of related experience within a museum, historical, education or nonprofit, organization, with at least five years at a senior leadership level with supervision responsibilities, are essential. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required.... 

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Posted 3.26.22:  Dean of Faculty of Health Sciences & College of Medicine, University of Manitoba

The University of Manitoba invites nominations, applications and expressions of interest for the dual role position of Dean of the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences and the Max Rady College of Medicine, with the appointment ideally to begin in the summer of 2022. This is an exciting leadership role in a Faculty focused on interdisciplinary research, interprofessional health collaborative education, social accountability, Indigenous achievement and respect and equity, diversity and inclusion.

... Candidates for the role of Dean, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences and Dean, Max Rady College of Medicine will be accomplished physicians, visionary leaders and collaborative teambuilders with proven records of personal medical excellence and leadership in a complex educational and research environment. With an understanding of current and future issues, trends and forces that will impact interprofessional health and medical education and practice, the Dean will be an innovative administrator, leader and scholar with demonstrated leadership capabilities in a university setting. The successful candidate will possess the academic qualifications required to ensure credibility within the Faculty, and will have strong achievements in interprofessional research, teaching, education and community engagement....

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Posting 3.26.22:  Dynamic High School Theater Arts Instructor, Alabama School for the Arts

Experienced instructor with expertise to teach Acting and/or Musical Theater (or Devised Theater) to specialty majors in their preparation to pursue the Theatre Arts.

Performance Responsibilities:
• Teaches courses in multiple areas of performance to students in grades 7-12
• Directs up to two productions a year at the discretion of the chair
• Helps shape and design performance curriculum in their area of expertise
• Participates in the daily operation of the Theatre Arts Department including weekly meetings, competitions, and after-hours trips and rehearsals
• Organizes and heads the department’s competition troop and prepares students for numerous competitions, including Thespians.

• 3 years of High School or University Teaching Experience
• BFA or MFA in Theatre with a specialization in Acting, Musical Theater, Devised Theatre,
• Acting for the Camera or similar Performance Studies
• Significant Professional practice as a performer

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Posted 3.26.22:   Executive Director, José Mateo Ballet Theatre (MA)

 José Mateo Ballet Theatre (JMBT) has forged a new model for a ballet organization through innovative programming, artistic excellence, an inclusive approach, and extensive community outreach. Founded in 1986 by Cuban-born choreographer José Mateo as a professional company and an affiliate school, the organization has grown to be one of the largest dance organizations in the region. JMBT operates through four interconnected pillars: ballet training, performance, outreach, and historic site preservation. Its mission is to: 

Produce new ballets of excellence that are stimulating and culturally relevant to diverse audiences;
Create an innovative approach to ballet training that welcomes diversity and ensures unanimous participationand achievement by all students;
Create sustainable, inclusive, and engaging outreach programs through JMBT’s signature Dance for WorldCommunity that make ballet accessible to participants of all racial, cultural, and economic backgrounds; and
Reposition the role of dance in culture and expand its purpose in the education of youth and enrichment ofcommunities locally and beyond.

Core programs fall under three interconnected areas: education, outreach, and presenting. The organization presents original ballet works and new interpretations of classical ballets. ...

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Posted 3.26.22:  Lecturer or Lecturer (Doctoral Schedule) - Education and Language Acquisition, LaGuardia Community College (NY)

Founded in 1971 in Long Island City, Queens, LaGuardia Community College is one of seven community colleges of the City University of New York/CUNY. In 2019, LaGuardia served over 30,000 students in pre-college, associate degree, and continuing education programs.

...The Department of Education and Language Acquisition at LaGuardia Community College invites applicants for a Lecturer position in Special Education, beginning in Fall 2022. The position requires a strong commitment to teaching, advising, and mentoring community college education students. The successful candidate is expected to collaborate with local school districts, develop and teach courses in special education, advise students, and participate in committee work. In addition to teaching, the Lecturer will share responsibility for committee and department assignments including administrative, supervisory, and other functions....
Candidates must have an earned Baccalaureate degree in Special Education or a related field. The ability to teach successfully at the undergraduate level is required.
  • An M.S. or M.Ed. in Special Education or a related field is strongly preferred....
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Posted 3.26.22:  Associate Provost and Founding Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, Moravian University (PA)

Moravian University, the nation’s sixth oldest college institution, and a master’s comprehensive university, seeks an energetic, talented, and collaborative leader to serve as an Associate Provost and Dean of the Moravian College of Arts & Sciences. The College of Arts & Sciences includes the following departments and programs: Art, Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Economics and Business, Education, English, Environmental Sciences & Studies, Global Religions, History, Mathematics & Computer Science, Music, Modern Languages & Literatures, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Physics & Earth Science, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology & Anthropology, as well as several interdisciplinary minors and certificates. ...

The Associate Provost and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences should be a collaborative, equity-minded academic leader and administrator with the talent and organizational skills to develop and lead a sophisticated and experienced faculty. The Associate Provost/Dean will have earned a doctoral degree (PhD, EdD, or equivalent) and demonstrated college teaching experience. ...

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Posted 3.26.22:  Two Teaching Positions (to begin in September 2022), Milton Academy

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• Upper School History Teacher

We seek candidates who demonstrate student-centered, innovative teaching practices, and a commitment to anti-racist values and pedagogy. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in history (master’s preferred) and a minimum of three years teaching history at the secondary or collegiate level.  Teacher certification is not required. All teachers advise 6-8 students. Teachers are also expected to advise a student activity or coach a team or intramural sport, in addition to other responsibilities. Faculty members residing on campus typically live and work in a dormitory and all teachers living on campus have responsibilities in the residential program. Milton Academy encourages professional growth and provides support and opportunities for educators to evolve their craft.

• Upper School Classics Teacher.
 Candidates should be enthusiastic about teaching Latin and Ancient Greek in both the Middle and Upper School divisions (6th-12th grade) and be capable of leading the Classics Department in the near future. Preferred candidates will demonstrate a student-centered approach and a commitment to anti-racist values and pedagogy. We offer Latin in both the Middle and Upper Schools, and Greek only in the Upper School. In addition to a robust Latin curriculum and a thriving Greek program, the department sponsors a Classics Club, and leads regular trips to Greece and Italy. The successful candidate will be able to contribute to all aspects of the department.
The teacher will be responsible for four or four and a half classes. A master's degree with a concentration in Latin or Greek is preferred. Teacher certification is not required. All teachers advise 6-8 students. Teachers are also expected to advise a student activity or coach a team or intramural sport, in addition to other responsibilities. Faculty members residing on campus typically live and work in a dormitory and all teachers living on campus have responsibilities in the residential program....

Posted 3.20.22:  Program Officer, Teachers, Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies

The Program Officer, Teachers is responsible for supporting the development, implementation, and management of the Teachers program of the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies within the Teachers Domain.

This position operates under the supervision of the Program Director, Teachers and works in collaboration with other domain and program team members other MACP staff to build and manage an effective grantmaking program in support of strengthening the teaching profession....

  • Serve as the lead in the implementation of a strategically aligned grantmaking portfolio; likely to serve in some or all the focal geographies and expected to be launched in 2023.
  • Bring insight and contribution to fruition with leaders and the Teachers program team towards the development of a new grantmaking strategy; support the transition from prior strategic grants to the new portfolio.
  • Work with grant applicants on all aspects of the MACP grantmaking process including due diligence reviews of potential grantee organizations. Assist applicants in developing realistic proposals that are aligned with strategic funding priorities within the scope and budget of the Teachers program, consistent with MACP grantmaking policies and practices, and within applicants’ capacity to deliver.
  • Oversee active Teachers grants, track grantee progress, provide guidance and assistance to grantees, conduct site visits in-person and virtually, and review, analyze, and summarize grantee reports....
Deadline 4.11.22.

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Posted 3.20.22:  Director of Technology and Innovation, North Allegheny School District (PA)

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. Appointment effective Spring 2022. Full benefit package available. 

Salary Range is $115,000 - $125,000, commensurate with experience. Interested candidates must apply through the District’s Applicant Tracking System on by 11:59 PM on March 27, 2022. 

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Posted 3.20.22:  Vice President for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Bates College (ME)

... The Vice President will lead equity and inclusion initiatives at an institution with a deep commitment to equity and inclusion. A commitment to the values of access and equity in education runs deep in Bates’ history and mission and animates Bates' current efforts to ensure that all members of our community are supported to thrive. As a scholar and administrative leader, the Vice President will have demonstrated success in supporting and advocating for faculty, staff, and students from traditionally underrepresented groups, including international students and scholars.

... Established in 1855, Bates College was the first institution in New England to provide a coeducational college experience. Bates began its journey for equity and justice during its founding year when they expressed their intentions of not only having a coeducational environment but called for the admittance of African American students. Over 150 years later, Bates is home to approximately 2,000 academically strong students that represent 44 states and 53 countries. About 26% are domestic students of color, 9% of students are international students, and 12% of all students are first-generation to college....

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Posted 3.20.22:  Middle School English Teacher (2022-23) (1.0 FTE), Lakeside School (WA)

Lakeside School is an independent coeducational day school located in north Seattle, Washington, is currently recruiting for an Middle School English Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. At Lakeside School, we are committed to academic excellence, DEi, and global citizenship. If you share these same values, you should consider Lakeside as your next employer.

The English Teacher position, reporting to the Middle School English Department Head, will join a collaborative team that is constantly exploring best practices for inclusive and culturally responsive teaching. Specific responsibilities include: 
•    Teach three sections of seventh grade English and one section of eighth grade English to a diverse student body with varying experiences and exposure to reading and writing, with an emphasis on creating confident, fluent writers and critical, insightful readers;
•    Work with a diverse student body who come to school with different and evolving lived experiences and levels of preparation. This work includes providing academic support for students with a variety of learning styles and strengths outside of class time (answering questions, one-on-one work, etc.) as well as employing anti-racist pedagogical strategies to achieve equitable support and outcomes for all students;
•    Collaborate and participate in the work of the English Department to develop innovative, equitable, and inclusive curricula, pedagogy, and assessment strategies...

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Posted 3.20.22:  Two Leadership Positions, Moravian College (PA)

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• Associate Vice Provost & Dean, College of Health 
 ... The College of Health Sciences includes the following schools, departments and programs, as well as several minors and certificates: the Helen M. Breidegam School of Nursing and Public Health (including pre- and post-licensure baccalaureate programs and multiple master's degrees), the School of Rehabilitation Sciences (including AT, OT, PT, and SLP), and the developing School of Behavioral and Community Health. The Associate Provost & Dean will be a part of the Office of the Provost, whose mission & goals are stated below:
The Office of the Provost collaborates across the university to foster a diverse, inclusive, equitable, and civil environment, in order to lead and support transformative teaching and learning experiences, research, creative endeavors, and service opportunities.
  • Provide an environment that supports students' preparation for meaningful lives and fulfilling careers;
  • Support faculty and staff in pursuit of their professional aspirations and personal well-being;
  • Help students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners move towards more equitable and sustainable institutions and society;
  • Articulate the value of the individuality and plurality of disciplines represented in our academic programs and the value of higher education; and
  • Model personal responsibility and accountability for our collective work...
• Dean of the School of Business & Economics
The School of Business and Economics presently includes undergraduate programs in accounting, business management, economics, finance, marketing, sports management, and international management, as well as the following graduate degrees: MBA, Master of Health Administration, Master of Science in Data Analytics, Master of Science in Human Resource Management, and graduate certificates.... Essential functions and responsibilities:
• Employs a vision to build a successful School of Business within a dynamic
masters comprehensive university with a liberal arts mission.
• Prioritizes equity and inclusion, recruitment, and retention in the student
• Fosters a culture of academic excellence, collaboration, and commitment to
continuous improvement.
• Responsibility for fiscal and academic planning to achieve school, college, and
University goals....
Posted 3.20.22:  Multiple Openings, Milton Academy (PA)

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• Middle School French Teacher
Milton Academy seeks a full-time Middle School French teacher for an opening beginning in the 2022-2023 school year. This position will also be responsible for teaching one section of Upper School French. We are looking for a teacher who is deeply committed to teaching and working with the middle school age group and has a passion for the French language. In addition to outstanding teaching ability, we seek teachers who are inquisitive, self-directed, team-oriented, and dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion....

• Boarding School Teaching Residency Fellow in History
Milton Academy seeks an aspiring teacher of history to participate in this innovative partnership with the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. This program enables aspiring and early career teachers to complete a rewarding and hands-on two-year teaching fellowship at Milton Academy while receiving a master’s degree in education. The Penn fellow will teach a reduced load (two sections in year one, three sections in year two) while they complete their graduate coursework, and will engage with Milton’s residential life community and Milton’s co-curricular and/or athletics programs....

• Boarding School Teaching Residency in Biology or Chemistry
... seeks an aspiring teacher of biology or chemistry to participate in this innovative partnership with the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. This program enables aspiring and early career teachers to complete a rewarding and hands-on two-year teaching fellowship at Milton Academy while receiving a master’s degree in education. The Penn fellow will teach a reduced load (two sections in year one, three sections in year two) while they complete their graduate coursework, and will engage with Milton’s residential life community and Milton’s co-curricular and/or athletics programs...

• Assistant Athletic Trainer
 Milton Academy is seeking a .75 time Assistant Athletic Trainer in Milton Academy’s Upper School for the 2022-2023 academic year. 
 This is a one-year position.

• Assistant Track & Field Coach
The Upper School at Milton Academy is seeking an Assistant Track and Field Coach to work directly with Sprint Event Athletes (100m, 200m, 400m) for the upcoming Spring season

Posted 3.20,22:  Multiple Openings, Rochester Institute of Technology

• NTID Department Chair, Visual Communication Studies
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 • Department Chair position within the Department of Management, Saunders College of Business
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• Non-tenure track Lecturer
... to teach a broad range of courses in relational and non-relational databases, database information requirements modeling, database application development, data warehousing, and related areas.
 View the complete job description online. 

Posted 3.11.22:    Senior Associate for Organizational Equity, Facing History & Ourselves

Location: US Home Based Office
Start Date: Spring 2022

Facing History and Ourselves is a global education non-profit organization that challenges teachers and students to use lessons of history to stand up to bigotry and hate. Summary: Facing History and Ourselves is looking for a Senior Associate for Organizational Equity to help lead both Facing History’s internal and external initiatives to support our diversity, equity and inclusion strategy around this critical work. This position will have responsibility for and help manage Facing History’s Program equity work for schools, educators, and districts as well as supporting organization-wide strategy for building a more inclusive Facing History’s work place culture....


  • A minimum of 3-5 years in a similar role, creating measurable DEI impact. Strong preference for candidates with whole school and district level experience delivering equity focused strategy and programming.
  • Experience executing strategic plan and leading organizational wide DEI initiatives in or outside non profit setting preferred.
  • Passion for diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Excellent facilitation skills, with experience leading training sessions and discussions that shift mindset and adaptation of behavior changes....
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To apply CLICK HERE.

Posted 3.11.22:  Virtual Diversity Job Fair for Teachers & Administrators, Holderness School, New England Boarding Schools

DATE of EVENT:    MARCH 26, 2022 / 11:00am–4:00pm EST

Holderness School, in collaboration with the Institute for Human Relations and the Eastern Educational Resource Collaborative, invite all teachers and administrators interested in careers in independent schools to meet with representatives from northern New England boarding schools. 

Register at 

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Posted 3.11.22:  Director of Community & Equity Affairs, St. Mark's School (MA)

St. Mark’s School invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of Community and Equity Affairs. The Director is responsible for overseeing the creation and implementation of a strategic approach for the School to pursue meaningful, transformative opportunities that consistently move the community towards increased awareness, respect, inclusivity, and equity. St. Mark’s School is a coeducational, Episcopal, preparatory school, situated on 250 acres in Southborough, Massachusetts, 25 miles from Boston....

The Director works with the Director of Community Life, Dean of Academics, and Health Services to ensure the best possible support for students with marginalized and minoritized identities; oversees the Incident Report Support System; collaborates with the Director of Admission on the development and implementation of antiracist and self-aware principles and practices that will lead to recruiting, admitting and retaining all students who show promise in wanting to learn from each other and grow from a social identity, diversity, social justice and global perspective to lead lives of consequence within the community and beyond St. Mark’s School.

The Director of Community & Equity Affairs partners with the Director of Community Life to create and implement a cultural competency educational approach for faculty, staff and students that is aware, appreciative, and understanding of diversity, and allows for communication, coordination, collaboration, and creative reflection around issues of Social Identity, Diversity, Social Justice and Action to inspire all the adults and students to lead self-aware lives of consequence; supports the Assistant Head of School/Dean of Faculty, and Associate Dean of Faculty for Equity and Inclusion in the recruiting and retaining of faculty of color and white faculty committed to equity and inclusion principles in their work as educators, mentors and caregivers....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
Posted 3.6.22:  Director of First Peoples Multicultural, Trans, and Queer Support Services Evergreen College (WA)
The Director of First Peoples Multicultural, Trans, and Queer Support Services (First Peoples) is responsible for visionary leadership in the development, implementation, and management of a culturally relevant student success and retention program to support the professional and personal development of the multicultural student populations of The Evergreen State College. The position will provide leadership to the institution on programs and services that support underrepresented students who identify as students of color, first-generation, low-income, LGBTQ+, and/or undocumented/DACAmented students.
This is a full-time, overtime-exempt position on the Olympia Campus of The Evergreen State College. This position is an “at-will” appointment, exempt from Washington State Civil Service rules and the Fair Labor Standards Act overtime requirements....

For complete details and to learn how to apply for this position visit:
Closes: March 24, 2022

Posted 3.8.22:  Assistant Head of School, Walnut Hill School for the Arts (MA)

... The Assistant Head provides oversight of the artistic, academic, student life, college counseling and community programs, and serves as the school’s expert on innovation in teaching and learning. This is an outstanding opportunity for an educator who is in touch with the latest in pedagogical practices and has the drive and flexibility to collaboratively move teaching and learning forward at one of the nation’s finest arts high schools.
The Assistant Head serves three primary functions: 1) a strategic thought partner to the Head of School, 2) the chief program innovator who ensures Walnut Hill’s programs are leading edge and are preparing young artists to make meaningful impacts on society, and 3) to serve as school leader during the Head of School’s absence....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 3.8.22:  Multiple Openings for 2022-2023, Compass Academy (CO)

Compass Academy is a bilingual Middle School within Denver Public Schools with an  emphasis on academic excellence and whole child development serving grades 6-8. 

Mission and Vision 
The mission of Compass Academy is to enable its students to realize their unique talents while mastering core academic skills and developing the social-emotional strengths and learner and leader competencies required for adult success in the 21st century. Compass Academy will use a team of diverse City Year national service members, combined with advances in the learning sciences, to create a personalized learning environment where all members of the school community passionately pursue deeper learning. 

Available Roles 

• Director of Operations 
• 6th Grade Math Teacher 
• 7th Grade English Language Arts Teacher 
• 7th Grade Science Teacher 
• 8th Grade Bilingual Social Studies Teacher 
• Middle School Special Education Paraprofessional 

For more information on available roles and to apply, please visit our hiring website. 

Posted 3.8.22:   Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor, Educational Leadership and Management Program, Drexel University (PA)


The School of Education at Drexel University invites applications for one 12-month, full-time, non-tenure-track Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor position within the EdD in Educational Leadership and Management Program that begins July 1, 2022. The position is unique in that the successful candidate will primarily support the EdD Program through supervision of dissertation research with primary teaching assignment in the EdD Program. We are seeking an applicant with a strong commitment to and demonstrated expertise and experience in equity and social justice in leadership in educational environments. These educational environments can include a wide range of spaces from PK-20 classrooms, corporate trainings, and virtual spaces. The successful candidate will join one of two departments with the School of Education - the Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Department or the Policy, Organizations, and Leadership Department. The Drexel School of Education faculty are an exceptionally collaborative group who promote and demonstrate a high tech, high touch approach with students. ...

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Posted 3.8.22:  Multiple Openings, Milton Academy (PA)

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• Boarding School Teaching Residency (BSTR) Fellow in Classics
This program enables aspiring and early career teachers to complete a rewarding and hands-on two-year teaching fellowship at Milton Academy while receiving a master’s degree in education. The Penn fellow will teach a reduced load (two sections in year one, three sections in year two) while they complete their graduate coursework, and will engage with Milton’s residential life community and Milton’s co-curricular and/or athletics programs. They will be mentored by an experienced member of the faculty in their department and will have a cohort of Penn Fellows in their first and second years with whom they will share and strategize about their successes and challenges....

• Upper School Drawing & Painting Teacher
Candidates must have a strong background in drawing and painting and have experience teaching the Advanced Placement Studio Art Portfolio. Candidates should possess general experience with studio arts media and the ability to teach studio arts foundations classes across drawing, design, painting, ceramics and/or sculpture and photography/digital-imaging....

• Advancement Communications & Donor Relations Coordinator
The Communications Coordinator is responsible for support of Advancement Communications and Donor Relations activities, including in support of events, donor relations and fundraising deliverables and experiences, as well as general office support for the development and alumni relations team....

Posted 3.8.22:  Two Leadership Positions, Virginia Tech

* Assistant Director of Assessment & Accreditation, School of Education
... The School of Education’s Assistant Director of Assessment and Accreditation is responsible for the design, implementation, and management of a comprehensive and integrated assessment and program evaluation system that provides information to improve the productivity, effectiveness, and impact of the School’s academic programs, and meets the accreditation requirements of multiple agencies. Responsibilities include working with internal and external stakeholders, developing and sustaining a culture of assessment, providing training/professional development, and creating actionable reports that include trend analysis, disaggregating special populations, and data models. This position also includes teaching a minimum of one course per year. Occasional travel to attend conferences and meetings is required....
Required qualifications: Terminal degree (Ph.D. or Ed.D.) in education or related discipline/field (e.g., educational research, educational psychology, higher education administration, statistics) by appointment start date ....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

•  Associate Director for Enrollment Management and Student Success, College of Liberal Art s& Human Science 
... The position is responsible for enrollment management from matriculation to graduation. This position will serve as the retention lead and use data to inform programming, advising, and other planning goals. The associate director will collaborate with advising team members to implement new student academic advising and course registration, academic recovery, and other retention opportunities for undergraduate students. Responsibilities include managing a team of advisors, developing strengths-based strategies for underserved and underrepresented students, leading academic recovery initiatives, and managing data analysis and reporting fo advising, retention, and graduation.... 
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
Posted 3.8.22: Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Teacher Education Program, Math & Science Education, Albion College (MI)

General Summary:
Teach and advise undergraduate students pursuing eligibility for initial teacher certification,  develop ongoing scholarly activity, and collaborate in college and community engagement as well as sustaining partnerships with local schools; collaborate with faculty in the fine and applied arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences; and, support recruitment and retention of diverse future teachers via STEM initiatives.

Teach math and science pedagogy as well as across a broad range of courses in the Teacher Education Program, including relevant clinical experiences with each course; teach First Year Experience and Honors Program courses as needed; supervise student teachers; advise and mentor prospective teachers; engage in ongoing scholarly activity and publish; and serve both the College and local community. Support efforts for continuous program approval and national accreditation, course development with a clinically-rich focus, grant writing, and innovative program design....

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Posted 3.8.22:  Multiple Teaching Positions, Bertschi School (WA)

Bertschi School, founded in 1975, is a Washington State approved elementary school. We are an accredited member of the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS) and the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). The school serves children from pre-kindergarten through grade five....

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• Librarian
This position is open for a dynamic librarian to oversee and manage the school’s fully automated and networked library of over 10,000 books. We seek the balance of an intellectually and creative program that is developmentally appropriate. Experience with differentiated instruction preferred, a love of working closely with children, and a broad knowledge of children’s literature and culturally responsive teaching is essential....

• Science Specialist
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications: 
• Bachelor’s degree in science, elementary education, or related field.; Master’s degree and teaching certificate preferred
• Demonstrated effectiveness as a science teacher with a minimum of two years of experience in a school science program
• Experience in curriculum development and collaborative planning• In-depth knowledge of standards and innovative practices in elementary science education...

• Second Grade Teacher (Classroom Teacher)
This position is a full-time school year position. The teacher will work closely with an experienced
grade-level partner teacher and teaching associate to plan, deliver, and assess an enriched and
differentiated grade-level curriculum. The teacher will also participate in the community life of the school
including staff meetings, in-service days, and task forces as needed....

• Teaching Associate
Teaching Associates are expected to work at the direction of the classroom teachers in accordance with the job description below. The 1st - 5th grade teaching associates spend time working in the two classes that make up each grade level and report to both teachers. The pre-kindergarten - kindergarten teaching associates work directly with one kindergarten teacher/class....

Posted 2.24.22:  Director, Urban Environmental Studies MA Program, Antioch University Seattle (WA)

The Urban Environmental Studies MA program integrates social justice into environmental studies: Race, culture, equity, inclusion and environmental leadership is advanced throughout the Urban Environmental Studies. The dynamic of environmental leadership and social justice drives the academic and the immersion in community practices of the program. Urban Environmental Studies is committed to anti-racist pedagogy, and to centering racial justice in our work and throughout our program.

For complete information:
Apply here:
For more information contact: Sue Byers, Assistant Provost, Antioch University Seattle,

Posted 2.24.22:  First & Third Grade Teachers, Durham Academy (NC)

Durham Academy Lower School is accepting applications for First and Third Grade Teachers beginning August, 2022. Candidates must have a master’s degree in education, 3-5 years of experience working with children in an educational environment, a history of dedicated colleagueship and a passionate love of teaching, learning and working with children.

Our first grade classrooms at Durham Academy have 18 students with a teacher and a full-time teaching assistant for each classroom.  Our third grade classrooms have 18 students with a teacher and a part-time teaching assistant who stays until 12 noon in each classroom. Students have enrichments in art, drama, music, PE, science, Spanish and TED (technology, engineering and design) offered in a six-day rotation. Classroom teachers are responsible for instruction in literacy, math and Social Studies and for creating a warm and nurturing classroom with high expectations for academics and personal growth.

Interested applicants should include a cover letter, resume and list of three references with contact information. Please include in your cover letter how you learned about this position.

To learn more about Durham Academy, please visit our website at

Please apply for these positions through our Careers webpage at

Posted 2.24.22:  Campus Minister for Social Justice & Community Leadership, Saint Joseph's College of Maine

Saint Joseph's College, located on the shores of Sebago Lake, has an opportunity for a full-time (11 Month) Campus Minister for Social Justice and Community Leadership.
Essential Results include:
  • Developing and promoting programming and opportunities for student leadership
  • Coordinating the Service Immersion program
  • Overseeing the placement of Community Service Leaders and supervision of Mercy Center student employees
  • Working collaboratively with all campus departments, especially Campus Life, Athletics, and Academics
  • Leading efforts to promote, educate, and increase awareness around diversity, multiculturalism and social justice concepts and issues through programming and education
Education, Skills and Experience:
  • Bachelor’s degree or experiential equivalent in the field of ministry, programming, advising, or community engagement. At least 1-2 years’ experience in justice work, campus ministry or other related field.
  • Ability to relate and engage with college age students on campus as well as faculty, staff, administrators and adult learners
  • Ability to coordinate and organize service/justice program...
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Posted 2.23.22:  Assistant Dean-Director of Teacher Education, School of Education, University of California–Riverside
The School of Education at the University of California, Riverside invites applications for a non-tenure track position of Assistant Dean - Director of Teacher Education.  A program with a social justice focus, we are particularly interested in applicants who have significant experience and interest in innovative, collaborative, and community responsive approaches to teacher education, especially school/university partnerships.  The University of California, Riverside, is located approximately 50 miles east of Los Angeles in a racially, culturally, linguistically, and socioeconomically diverse region.  The School of Education prepares candidates for service in elementary, middle, and high schools through multiple-subject, single-subject and Special Education teaching credentials, and an M.Ed (with the emergence of pathways for an Ethnic Studies or Democracy Education emphasis). The program is also connected to UCR’s undergraduate Education Minor and Major, and the university is designing additional undergraduate programs that integrate content degrees with training towards a teaching credential.  The Assistant Dean – Director of Teacher Education position is also responsible for ensuring compliance with state regulations and standards. This position is a 12-month academic appointment in the academic administrator series; salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.  The position will commence July 1, 2022 or as early as negotiated. 
Basic Qualifications:
  • An earned doctorate in education, or related field.
  • A commitment to participatory, community-centered, culturally sustaining practices, pedagogies, and policies that support teaching as a lever for equity and justice.  
  • Extensive experience working in and with public schools and/or teacher education programs, including teaching experience and/or a record of successful work with teachers and administrators.  
  • Familiarity with university policies and procedures as it relates to teacher education programs, and broad knowledge and experience working with statewide credentialing systems (eg. California Commission on Teacher Credentialing) and statewide teacher education initiatives.
  • Experience successfully working in higher education settings with a diverse student population, and a commitment to UCR’s mission as a world-class research university with an exceptionally diverse undergraduate student body, explicitly providing routes to educational success for underrepresented and first generation college students....
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Posted 2.18.22:  Lower School Director, Breck School (MN)

Founded in 1886 and rooted in Episcopal values, Breck School, a coeducational, college preparatory day school for 1,180 students preschool-12, has developed into one of the largest and most prominent independent schools in the Midwest.... 

Breck is seeking an experienced and inspiring educational leader to serve as its next Lower School Director. The Lower School Director is responsible for leading the preschool-grade 4 division and for overseeing day-to-day operations, academic and co-curricular programs, student life, faculty professional development, and other related aspects of the Lower School.... 

Desired Qualities and Qualifications 

Successful candidates for Lower School Director will possess to varying degrees the following qualities and qualifications: 

• Experience teaching and leading in a Lower School, delight in working with a school’s youngest learners, and an appreciation for the compelling benefits of a multi-division school under one roof; 
• The ability to lead, support, and inspire faculty, balancing a culture of creativity and collaboration with consistent feedback and support; 
• Personal and professional commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and the requisite skills to support a diverse student body and faculty and to facilitate critical conversations in the design of more inclusive Lower School curriculum and programs; 
• The ability to balance a culture of “academic press” with a commitment to student care and concern...

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Posted 2.18.22:  Multiple Openings, Walnut Hill School for the Arts (MA)

Walnut Hill School for the Arts, located in Natick, Massachusetts and 20 minutes from Boston, is an independent boarding and day high school offering a transformational educational experience designed for student artists in grades 9–post graduate....

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•  Associate Director for Student Life -- International
•  Science Teacher
•  Academic Support Specialist – Math & Science
•  Digital Content Manager


Posted 2.15.22:  Associate Provost for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, James Madison University (VA) 
James Madison University (JMU) is primed for an evolved diversity, equity, and inclusion perspective. The Academic Affairs (AA) Division seeks an Associate Provost for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (AP-DEI) who will lead the division towards ensuring that all academic programs, departments, and classrooms support and sustain recruitment, retention, equity, justice, and inclusion for a diverse community of students, faculty, and staff. The AP-DEI’s office is envisioned to provide a wellspring of resources for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives across campus. The AP-DEI will manage and develop a budget and support structure and take actions built on extensive scholarly foundations including critical, historical, current and cross-disciplinary studies of social, political, and economic underpinnings of inequality and exclusionary practices. ... Scholarly foundations require a broad understanding of the historical and current struggles and challenges faced by a wide range of demographic groups as well as models for reforming institutional practices that foster inequality and exclusion at different levels. ...

  •  Experience with successfully improving access, inclusion, and equity 
  •  Demonstrated success as an experienced administrator, with the ability, coordinate, communicate, and manage overlapping multiple short- and long-term priorities
  •  Ability to work with data analyses for evidence-based evaluation and leadership
  •  Ph.D. or terminal degree, scholarly achievement, and teaching experience to inform practice in an emerging research university

To learn more and to apply, go to and reference posting F1780, or go directly to . Review of applications will begin February 5, 2022, ...

Posted: 2.12.22:  Director, Native American & Indigenous Studies in the School of Culture, Gender & Social Justice, University of Wyoming 

The University of Wyoming invites applications/nominations for the position of Director of Native American & Indigenous Studies and Head of the High Plains American Indian Research Institute (HPAIRI) within the School of Culture, Gender, & Social Justice. ...An ability to work collaboratively with a wide range of constituents and stakeholders, and to establish and maintain positive and productive relationships with the same is an essential qualification for the successful candidate. We are particularly interested in candidates who come from an interdisciplinary and/or intersectional background and who are well versed in decolonial and related theories and perspectives. Prior experience working successfully with Native and Indigenous communities and/or administering programs related to the same is highly desirable. 

Qualifications and Duties: A terminal degree in one’s field (e.g., Ph.D., J.D. or MFA). The ability to teach core courses within Native American and Indigenous studies and experience teaching the same. Experience in at least one of the following (experience in more than one is strongly preferred): research/scholarly/or creative activity related to Native American and Indigenous Studies; experience working in collaboration with Native American and Indigenous communities; experience administering an academic program. ...

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Posted 2.12.22:  Middle & Upper School Theater & Production Design Teacher, Westtown School (PA)

Westtown School is seeking a full-time Middle and Upper School Theater and Production Design Teacher for the 2022-23 school year. The position will involve teaching middle school theater production design classes, co-leading the theater production co-curricular activities in Middle and Upper School, and fulfilling the core responsibilities of a Middle School faculty member. Core responsibilities include
advising, supervision of study halls and recesses, chaperoning field trips, and related activities that contribute to the Middle School community and the educational experience of our students. This teaching position focuses on backstage design and production work, not acting or directing. Preference will be given to qualified applicants with experience in lighting, costume, or scene design.

As Westtown strives to fulfill our commitment to becoming an anti-bias, anti-racist (ABAR) school, we are seeking culturally competent educators with a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion who are eager to engage in ongoing professional development in these areas. This will be evidenced in their approach to curriculum and pedagogy, their ability to foster and develop inclusive communities,
and through their personal and professional interactions with diverse groups of students, families, faculty, and staff.

Major Duties and Responsibilities
  • Teaches Middle School theater production design courses;
  • Develops culturally competent and responsive lessons and learning activities that promote problem-solving, creative thinking, collaboration, and effective communication skills while encouraging risk-taking in learning;
  • Designs lighting and either costumes or scenery for Upper School fall play and spring musical, Middle School winter musical, and fall, winter, and spring dance concerts ...

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Posted 2.12.22: Director of Equity & Community Engagement, Kent Denver School (CO)
Kent Denver School in Denver, CO invites nominations and applications for the opportunity to lead equity and community engagement beginning July 1, 2022. Kent Denver School is a college preparatory day school of 740 students in grades 6-12 located on 220 expansive acres in suburban Denver....

The successful candidate for the Director of Equity and Community Engagement will exhibit a demonstrated commitment to personal community service and DEI-related efforts, have knowledge of independent school culture, curriculum, and practices and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment, and communicate clearly and effectively with a wide range of constituents. The Middle and Upper School diversity coordinators will report to the Director.
Serving as a resource, mentor, facilitator, and strategic thinker, the Director of Equity and Community Engagement will work within every aspect of life at Kent Denver to support widespread integration of, and accountability for, DEI practices, while fostering a culture where all differences and identities are valued, celebrated, and recognized as an essential quality of the education offered in a dynamic learning environment....

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Posted 2.12.22:  Assistant Director of Equity and Inclusive Instruction, Shady Hill School (MA)

Since 1915, Shady Hill, a school of approximately 520 students (PreK - 8) and 70+ faculty, has been a leader in progressive education. Shady Hill is a deeply mission-driven school....

The inaugural Assistant Director of Equity and Inclusive Instruction will serve as a strategic thought partner to the Director of Equity and Inclusion and a collaborative leader with other school administrators in the implementation of Shady Hill’s mission. 
The Assistant Director will lead Shady Hill’s effort to engage students and families based on affinity formed around a shared identity or purpose.  The Assistant Director will be focused primarily on developing and supporting student programming and affinity groups, modeling culturally responsive practice to employees, and planning logistics for Diversity at Shady Hill (D.A.S.H.) parent events. ...

  • Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree preferred 
  • Proven educational leader with deep teaching experience, preferably in independent schools 
  • Demonstrated commitment to culturally responsive pedagogy, particularly in Grades Pre-K through 4
  • Significant experience implementing inclusive and multicultural practices 
  • Ability to work collegially with multiple constituencies...
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Posted 2.12.22:  Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education, 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 an Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education. 

The Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education provides leadership, vision, and strategic direction for Elementary administrative, instructional, and support teams in setting and achieving the highest standards of excellence while aligning with the Superintendent’s vision to promote a culture that supports growth and achievement for all students. Minimum Requirements 

• Advanced Degree in Education, Educational Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction, or related area, required. 
• Doctorate Degree, preferred. 
• Experience as an Assistant Superintendent or Central Office Administrator, required. 
• Five years’ experience as an Elementary Building Level Administrator, required. 
• Pennsylvania Department of Education Administrative Certification, required. 
• Superintendent’s Letter of Eligibility, required. 
• Act 34/151/114/126/168 Clearances/Certifications required 

Appointment effective July 2022. Full benefit package available. Salary is commensurate with experience. Interested candidates must apply through the District’s Applicant Tracking System on by 11:59 PM on February 20, 2022. 

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Posted 2.10.22:  Two Leadership Positions,  University Preparatory Academy (WA)

University Prep (UPrep), an independent school of 610 students in grades 6-12....

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• Director of Diversity, Equity & Belonging
The Director manages and supports the Diversity and Community Program Manager and a quarter-time faculty member who facilitates the Listen, Engage, Acknowledge and Discuss (LEAD) program. They also play a lead role in hiring and onboarding of new faculty and staff, partnering with the Board’s DEI committee, and working with academic leadership and faculty in evolving the curriculum. Successful candidates will understand how to lead and pace change, connect to and support community members who have a broad range of perspectives, and develop trusting relationships with all constituencies....

• Assistant Head of School for Academics
The Assistant Head of School for Academics will work closely with the Middle and Upper School Heads and Department Chairs to support teaching excellence and programmatic alignment across grades 6-12 while moving the school forward in pursuit of the five guideposts of the recent strategic plan—belonging, innovation, excellence, talent, and identity....

Posted 2.10.22:  Associate/Full Professor, Coleman A. Young Foundation Endowed Chair of Urban Affairs, Wayne State University (MI)

Wayne State University invites applications from nationally prominent Associate or Full Professors for the Coleman A. Young Foundation Endowed Chair of Urban Affairs.

Wayne State University, founded in 1868, is a nationally recognized public, urban research University in Detroit, Michigan... Located in the heart of Detroit, the largest majority Black city in America, Wayne State has a deep and broad history as an engine for educational success and social mobility for urban populations. ...

Wayne State seeks a collaborative, interdisciplinary and community-focused scholar who can act as a catalyst to promote high-impact research and advocacy. The incoming Endowed Chair must be a creative, passionate and nationally-recognized scholar who values Coleman A. Young's legacy in shaping the city of Detroit. The successful candidate will be housed in the academic unit of their choice and will work with the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights and the Detroit Equity Action Lab on social justice and community engagement projects. The holder of this esteemed position will be referred to as the Coleman A. Young Endowed Chair and will be expected to embody the namesake’s lifelong commitment to Detroit and the pursuit of political, economic, racial, and social justice. ...

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Posted 2.9.22:  Dean of Community Engagement & Belonging, University LIggett School (MI)

University Liggett School is a private, independent, secular school in Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan. Founded in 1878, ULS is Michigan's oldest independent co-educational day school and is among the preeminent PreK-12 institutions in the state.  Enrolling more than 640 students from 65+ zip codes from across the Greater Metropolitan Detroit region, University Liggett School offers a rigorous and innovative academic framework that allows students in every grade to find their passion and explore it in depth while developing creativity, critical thinking, teamwork, and adaptability. ...

Joining the Liggett community at a time of reflection and evolution, the Dean will develop, support and advance initiatives specifically related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, in collaboration with all members of the Liggett community. The Dean will embrace and embody the school’s diversity value statement, which notes that the School’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion stems from our respect for the dignity, worth and value of all individuals. ...

University Liggett School seeks an incoming Dean who resonates with the school’s mission and values. The new Dean will be a strong administrative leader with a record of attracting, retaining, and supporting diverse professional colleagues, experience in supporting and leading student, faculty, and community initiatives and affinity groups, demonstrated experience building community across different constituencies, the ability to serve as a thought partner in designing and delivering professional development that advances cultural capacity, and the ability to review and develop school policy and programming to best support community inclusion. Direct experience working with youth in educational settings is highly desired.  The strongest candidates will possess a depth of experience with facilitating critical conversations among all constituencies that support community growth and help to realize institutional progress....

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Posted 2.12.22:  Key Openings, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

The Archer School for Girls is an educational community that supports and challenges young women to discover their passions and realize their true potential. Serving 510 girls in grades 6-12, Archer’s joyful and ambitious program is founded on the latest research around how girls learn and thrive. ...

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• Humanities Teacher
... an experienced Humanities teacher with exemplary pedagogical skill, strong content knowledge, facility in using educational technology, commitment to ongoing professional development, and passion for teaching and learning. Responsibilities include the content knowledge and skill to bridge the History and English departments, teaching 4-5 courses, serving as a mentor, and participating in co-curricular school activities....

• Teaching Apprentices, Archer Teacher Apprecntice Program
... offers new and aspiring teachers the opportunity to partner with expert educators in the classroom using the latest research on how our students learn and thrive. Apprentices get hands-on experience working alongside master faculty to develop a repertoire of future-facing educational practices. Ideal candidates have a growth-mindset, ositive 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....

Posted 2.9.22:  Assistant or Associate Professor of Instructional Technology, College of Education / Department of Leadership, Technology, and Human Development, Georgia Southern University

... Reporting to the department chair, the Assistant or Associate Professor of Instructional Technology will be teaching graduate and undergraduate courses for the program’s M.Ed., Ed.S., and undergraduate minor degrees; along with maintaining an active research agenda, and service work. The position is a 10- month, tenure-track appointment, and the salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Required Qualifications:

• Earned doctorate in Instructional Technology, or closely related field, by August 1, 2022;
• Ability to design and teach graduate and undergraduate courses (online and face-to-face), and offer graduate advisement;
• Ability to use and model technology for research and instruction;
• Effective communication skills;
• Willingness to engage with institutional student success initiatives;
• Commitment to engaging with best practice initiatives in instruction and pedagogy, mentoring, and curriculum design and development;
• Demonstrated commitment to advancing a strong and growing research and scholarship agenda and the production of research/creative activities as appropriate to the discipline;
• Ability to work with diverse student populations;
• Minimum of 5 years full-time college/university teaching experience at the assistant professor level is required for the rank of associate professor along with a strong record of research and service with publications and presentations in professional venues....

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Posted 2.9.22:  Assistant Professor, Music Education, School of Music, Tennessee Tech University
The School of Music at Tennessee Tech University invites applications for a full-time tenure track Assistant Professor, Music Education position, beginning August 2022. 
The ideal candidate will have K-12 and university teaching experience, knowledge of major philosophical and pedagogical approaches in music education, and strong research/scholarly activity in the field. Candidates should embrace both tradition and innovation in pedagogy and priority will be given to general music candidates. Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate-level core music education courses, student preparation and guidance through licensure benchmarks and curriculum, and placement/supervision of student teachers. Additional courses or responsibilities may be assigned, depending on expertise of the candidate. A successful candidate will build and maintain professional relationships with public school music teachers and engage in service to the School, College, and University.
Minimum Qualifications:       
  • Earned PhD in Music Education required (ABD before start date may be considered).
  • Experience as a licensed K-12 music educator (three or more years)...
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Posted 2.9.22:  Multiple Openings, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

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• Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track, Masters In Secondary Education Program:
• Lecturer, Mathematics (non-tenure track) 
• Assistant Professor, Secondary Education
• Assistant Professor, Secondary Education 

Posted 2.4.22:  Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, The Rivers Schools (MA)

Located in historic Middlesex County, Massachusetts just 15 miles west of Boston, The Rivers School is a co-educational, private day school serving students grades 6 through 12. Driven by the belief that each student is unique, the school provides a rigorous, innovative academic curriculum taught by a community of talented, caring teachers who encourage students to hone their talents and discover new passions....

The Rivers School seeks a Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to begin in July 2022. The DEI Director, a full-time academic administrative position, reports directly to the Head of School and is a member of the Senior Administrative Team and the Curriculum Committee, and will collaborate with and report regularly to the Board of Trustees. The Director serves as the institutional leader who will set strategic vision and corresponding systems and structures for Rivers to meet their mission. Primary responsibilities include creating, implementing, and managing programs designed to foster a culture of inclusion and a sense of belonging among students, faculty, and staff; partnering with the Senior Administrative Team to develop a culturally relevant curriculum; identifying strategies for the recruitment, hiring, and retention of faculty and staff; leading and managing the DEI team; and developing and implementing faculty and staff training to enhance cultural understanding and competency....

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Posted 2.3.22:  Major Gifts Officer, Mount Aloysius College (PA)

Mount Aloysius College (, seeks nominations and applications for the position of Major Gifts Officer (MGO).  Reporting to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the Major Gifts Officer will develop long-term philanthropic relationships with an assigned group of donors and prospects (using the Moves Management system), with the ultimate goal being to solicit these individuals for a major gift to the College. The Major Gift Officer will be responsible for identification of potential donors and the development of prospect research, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies.

The MGO will prepare thorough, accurate, and concisely written research reports, which may include biographical and financial information, potential for philanthropic support, areas of interest, affiliations of individuals, and research on corporations and foundations. They will also identify, research, cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of 100-125 prospects with capacity to make a 4-7 figure gifts, thus helping meet annual fundraising goals and expectations.


  • Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree preferred), from an accredited college or university.
  • Demonstrated track record in securing and managing 4-6 figure gifts
  • Five to seven years of fundraising experience with major gifts, preferably in higher education.
  • Thorough background in fundraising best practices and experience in Raisers Edge database management for donor and solicitation records, is a plus....
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