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Posted 2.5.23:  Dean of Campus Wellbeing, The Lawrenceville School (NJ)

The Dean of Campus Wellbeing, a newly created position that represents a significant investment in improving campus culture, will be responsible for bringing a public health mindset and a systems approach to Lawrenceville’s efforts to ensure the health, wellbeing, and safety of its students. With a creative, entrepreneurial mindset and a deep understanding of how to promote healthy communities, especially in terms of adolescent mental and behavioral health, the Dean will take a proactive, school-wide approach to reinforcing a positive campus culture.
 
The Dean will work to reduce the negative impact of a broad range of societal public health concerns that put adolescents at risk and impact their mental health, including, but not limited to, stress, anxiety, depression, social media culture, bullying, peer-to-peer sexual assault, and alcohol and drug use. The Dean will champion a more open and inclusive approach to mental health, helping to foster lifelong habits of wellness among all Lawrenceville community members. As a member of Senior Staff and a direct report to the Assistant Head of School for Strategic Implementation, the Dean of Campus Wellbeing is recognized as a visible and engaged campus leader who partners with school leadership, faculty, and outside partners to promote student wellbeing....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 2.4.23:  Future Faculty Career Exploration Program, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

RIT’s Future Faculty Career Exploration Program
is Tuesday, February 28! Program and application information: https://www.rit.edu/diversity/ffcep.  This year, we are celebrating 20 years of this important program!
 
This program is geared toward African American, Latino American, and Native American PhD/MFA candidates, post docs, and early career researchers who are interested in a career in the professoriate.  Participants will get a “behind the scenes” glimpse into life as a faculty member at the Rochester Institute of Technology. They’ll spend time learning from and networking with RIT administration, faculty and students, practicing their interview skills and research-talk presentation—all while exploring the research, teaching and service expectations of RIT faculty.
 
This is a competitive application process. The application deadline is February 28, 2023. Program and application information can be found here: https://www.rit.edu/diversity/ffcep.
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Posted 2.2.23:  Multiple Openings, Walnut School for the Arts (MA)
 
  • Dean of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
     
    The inaugural Dean of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy is responsible for providing leadership to the educational programs of the School through culturally responsive teaching, multicultural curriculum, and anti-racist policies and practices. This position serves as an expert and resource for teaching pedagogy, instructional coaching, and professional development. 
The Dean will collaborate closely with arts and academic department heads and faculty and the Director of Diversity and Inclusion to advance a strong and innovative teaching and learning team to prepare our students to engage in and contribute to the world community through the arts. The Dean will work with the school leadership to identify meaningful points of connection between the arts and core academic programs and build important connections between the various aspects of students’ experience as artists and scholars.

The Dean of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy is responsible for leading arts and academic curriculum and program development, as well as supervising the Director of Learning Support and the Registrar. This is a full-time, 12-month, position....
 
  • School Counselor
    The School Counselor provides mental health support, assessment, triage, and referrals for students. The School Counselor also provides a skilled resource on campus for adults including faculty, staff, administrators, and dorm parents.  This is a full-time position during the academic year....
Skills & Qualifications
An advanced degree in counseling, school counseling, psychology or social work (or related field);
1 - 3 years’ experience working with adolescents, preferably in a school setting...
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Posted 2.4.23:  Multiple Openings in the Theater Arts
 
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Posted 2.2.23:  Associate Head of School, Friends Seminary (NY)

Founded in 1786, Friends Seminary—New York City’s oldest continually operating co-educational K-12 school, and the only Quaker school in Manhattan—is seeking an experienced institutional leader with a strong vision for innovative, values-driven academic and co-curricular programs.
 
The next Associate Head will work closely with the Head of School to strengthen a school culture grounded in Quaker values and traditions, excellent academics, and outstanding programs in athletics, arts, global immersion experiences, social justice, and more. This person will provide supportive leadership to a talented and energetic team of program directors, division heads, and department chairs, all committed to forward-thinking innovation, while also engaging in a critical partnership with the Head of School in the School’s daily operations as it launches an historically ambitious capital campaign.
 
The primary work of this position is to support the administrative functions of the School. While the School benefits from an urban campus in the Gramercy Park/East Village of Manhattan that has been largely renovated or purpose-built over the last twenty years, the new Associate Head will have the opportunity to shape, imagine, and create the space in a new building for math, science, technology, and engineering, and to inspire accelerated collaboration between and among these departments. The successful candidate will have educational leadership experience, preferably at the division head level or higher....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 2.2.23:  Program Associate, Teachers & Students, Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies (MN)

kpCompanies is leading the search for the Program Associate, Teachers & Students. This position will be responsible for providing administrative, program, grant, and evaluation support for the Program Director and Program Officers for the Foundation’s work focused on supporting Post Secondary Student Success and the profession of Teaching....

Job Duties & Responsibilities:
• Support grantees to navigate MACP’s grantmaking systems, including Fluxx, and related processes.
• Lead process to assemble and organize high-quality grant and program materials and presentations for frequent board and committee meetings, including developing and editing certain documents; manage team grantmaking calendar....

Grant Administration & Evaluation Support:
• Compile and maintain relevant and required grantee information in electronic and paper files, with emphasis on electronic recordkeeping.
• Perform timely and accurate input and updates of grantee information, proposals, approvals, payments, and reporting requirements. Work with grantees and grants management staff to ensure required grant reporting information is consistently up to date....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 2.2.23: PK-Gr. 2 Instructional Technology, Tenacre School (MA)


(Part-time) PK-Gr. 2 Instructional Technology Position Feb. 27-June 16, 2023 with the possibility of continuation into the 2023-2023 academic year (FMLA Position)

Tenacre Country Day School is seeking a part-time lower school instructional technology instructor for February 27–June 16, 2023, with the possibility of continuation into the 2023-2024 academic 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.
 

Qualifications:

Must be enthusiastic, energetic, and enjoy working with children in Grades PK to 2nd grade

Successful candidates will have some experience teaching, effective and respectful class management skills, be team-oriented, and possess flexibility and a strong work ethic

Experience with Google Docs, Google Classroom, and Seesaw is helpful but not required as we will train the successful candidate

Bachelor’s degree required...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

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Posted 2.1.23:  Executive Director, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, Loyalist College (Ontario, Canada)
 

Loyalist College operates within a community of care that is committed to investing in justice-seeking initiatives meant to eradicate systemic and structural disadvantages within the institution. It is within this context that Loyalist welcomes applications and nominations for the role of Executive Director, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion — an inaugural position that will help shape the future of the College and the community that it serves.

The successful candidate will offer the strategic leadership needed to develop and implement the College’s plan for EDI and supporting programs and resources to create and foster a diverse and inclusive  workplace. Working alongside the College Executive Team, the incumbent manages a range of activities and portfolios, including developing, recommending, and implementing policies, practices, and programming for EDI that is in accordance with the College’s objectives/strategic plans and applicable legislation and ethical standards; working with local Indigenous groups to ensure that the institution drafts a strategic plan that furthers the commitment to responding to the Truth & Reconciliation Commission's Call to Action pertaining to the education sector; conducting data analyses on student and workforce representation of diverse groups (e.g., members of racialized communities, international students, LGBTQIA2S+, women, persons with disabilities, etc.); and overseeing investigations in the areas of anti-racism, human rights, AODA, and sexual violence in accordance to the College’s policies....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

 
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Posted 1.31.23:  Director of Admissions, The Peddie School (CT)

The Peddie School, in Hightstown, New Jersey, invites applications, nominations, and inquiries as it seeks a reflective, inspiring, collaborative, and dynamic leader as its next Director of Admission. As a direct report to the Head of School and a member of the senior leadership team, the ideal Director will oversee all aspects of the admission and financial aid programs and be charged with enhancing student recruitment and enrollment efforts with data-informed practices, team-oriented leadership skills, and a forward-looking mindset. Direct responsibilities include planning and oversight of the annual admission process from marketing to enrollment, management of the office budget (including travel) and day-to-day operations, administration of the tuition assistance budget in all categories, supervision of staff, partnering with Marketing and Communications to develop marketing materials and campaigns, and participation in all related programs at Peddie....

The successful Director will possess many of the following experiences and attributes:
 
  • Significant admission experience (10+ years) and considerable experience at independent schools; boarding/residential school experience greatly preferred.
  • High level of cultural competence and commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in their approach to building relationships with students, faculty, parents, prospective applicants, and other community members....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.31.23:  Multiple Openings,  Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)
 
•Lecturer, Museum Studies
The Museum Studies program at RIT seeks to hire a full-time lecturer who will work both as a teacher and mentor to undergraduate students. The successful candidate will have a proven ability to teach core courses in the Museum Studies program and advise MUSE students pursuing careers in museums, libraries and archives.
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/Home?partnerid=25483&siteid=5291#jobDetails=1556952_5291

• Lecturer, Rhetoric Writing 

The University Writing Program (UWP) at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for a full-time lecturer position in Rhetoric and Writing (Composition) to begin August 2023. This is a renewable position, with a 4/4 teaching load. Competitive salary with full-time benefits. Two positions will be filled with this job positing.
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/Home?partnerid=25483&siteid=5291#jobDetails=1556672_5291
 
• Visiting Assistant Professor
The School of Photographic Arts and Sciences invites applicants to apply for a Non-Tenure Track Visiting position for the James E. McGhee Endowed Visiting Professor. The successful candidate will teach courses over the academic year that includes undergraduate and, potentially, graduate-level courses in photography, combined with design and moving media.
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/Home?partnerid=25483&siteid=5291#jobDetails=1556969_5291
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Posted 1.26.23:  Lower School Director, Berkeley Carroll School (NY)

Berkeley Carroll is a vibrant, independent, coeducational day school serving almost 1,000 students in Prekindergarten through 12th grade. Centrally located in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn....

The Lower School Director will ... be responsible for developing, promoting, and implementing the educational vision of the Lower School as well as managing its day-to-day operations. The successful candidate will bring direct and successful experience in education leadership within a PreK-Elementary environment, as well as a passion for engaging stakeholders in discussion and strategies to cultivate a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment. A bachelor’s degree and MS/MA in a related field is required, with a preference for Elementary Education or Educational Leadership.
 
 The salary range for this position is commensurate with experience; the expected range is $175,000 - $210,000....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.26.23:  Outdoor School Regional Coordinator, Oregon State University
 

The Outdoor School (ODS) program resides within the OSU Extension Service and advances the Extension Service’s vision, mission, and goals throulearning. The long-term goal of the ODS program is to integrate placed-based programs into the Oregon school system that build upon youth’s skills...

Outdoor school is intended for all 5th or 6th graders in the state of Oregon. The ODS program’s Regional Coordinators work with school districts in the region.

There are four Regional Coordinators within the ODS program: Northern, Southern, Central, and Eastern. The Southern Regional Coordinator will be 

The main responsibilities of the ODS Southern Regional Coordinator will be:

  • Liaise with local school districts, ESDs, outdoor school providers, and local communities to support inclusive and equitable outdoor school program
  • Lead the activities of the Southern Region and participate in consistent interaction with the Eastern, Northern, and Central Region Coordinators.
  • Collaborate with the ODS Team to develop projects that support outdoor school in the region, eg. professional development workshops....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.26.23: Assistant Professor of Flute, School of Music, Tennessee Technological University

The School of Music at Tennessee Tech University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Flute, beginning August 2023. The Assistant Professor of Flute will be expected to teach and oversee the flute studio. Duties include teaching applied flute/piccolo, flute choir, and related coursework such as repertoire class, supervised teaching, and literature and pedagogy. Additional teaching duties will be assigned depending on departmental needs and the candidate’s expertise. Other duties include rehearsing and performing with the resident faculty wind quintet (the Cumberland Quintet) and with the resident Bryan Symphony Orchestra as principal flute. The candidate will be expected to actively recruit flute students and build and maintain professional relationships with K-12 school music teachers. In addition, the successful candidate will engage in university service and outreach.
 
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Teach in and coordinate the undergraduate core curriculum in music theory and aural training
  • Teach courses in the upper-division music theory course sequence (for example, Form and Analysis, Counterpoint, and/or Instrumentation)...
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.20.23:  Multiple Openings, Walnut Hills School for the Arts (MA)
 

• Community Theater Academy Instructor
Walnut Hill School for the Arts’ Community Theater Academy (CTA) is seeking enthusiastic and talented triple-threat theater instructors with experience teaching theater, musical theater, and improvisation to start [part-time] in January 2023. Knowledge of acting in film is a plus. Base qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in education or theater or equivalent experience, and at least two years teaching experience. Candidates should have comfort working with all primary and secondary grade levels (ages 4 - 17). Classes are held Monday - Friday starting at 4 PM. Part-time schedule is flexible....

• Assistant Technical Director/Lad Theatrical Carpenter
Walnut Hill School for the Arts has an immediate opening for an experienced Assistant Technical Director/Lead Theatrical Carpenter for the 2022-2023 academic year. This position will work with a fully staffed technical team to execute the build, load-in and strike of productions and events throughout the year. This position works directly with students to train, supervise, and support them in all aspects of stagecraft. The Assistant Technical Director works closely with the technical team, faculty, staff, and students to help manage a busy production schedule with performances from the Theater, Dance, Music, WFMA, and Visual Art departments, as well as events throughout the other arts and academic departments, and community programs. This is a full-time (10-month academic year) position....

• Math Tutor
Walnut Hill School for the Arts seeks a Mathematics Tutor to join the Learning Support team to assist students in finding success in the School's math curriculum for the second semester of the 2022-2023 academic year. This is a non-exempt hourly position during the School year. Hours: Approximately 10 hours per week based on student need. Schedule and hours vary based on student schedules and the School calendar with evening and weekend hours available. Rate: $70/hour....

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Posted 1.20.23:  Multiple Openings, Milton Academy (MA)

Milton Academy is an independent college preparatory K–12 school, boarding and day in grades 9–12, located just outside Boston.

• Middle School Visual Arts Teacher
Milton Academy seeks a .75 FTE Middle School Visual Arts teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. 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 visual arts. In addition to outstanding teaching ability, we seek teachers who are inquisitive, self-directed, team-oriented, and dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion. A bachelor’s degree is required and a concentration in visual arts is expected. A minimum of three years of experience at the 5-8 grade level is required.... 

• Director of Lower School Learning Resources
The Director  supervises the Learning Resources Team and provides direct services in their specialized field. The Director facilitates Child Study Team Meetings and serves on the Lower School Leadership Team. This person facilitates communication between parents and teachers and the Learning Resources Team. 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

  • Supervises the Lower School Learning Resources Team, consisting of Lower School Reading Specialists, Learning Specialist, and Counselor
  • Oversees the creation and adherence to Individualized Learning Guides (ILGs) for a Lower School students with formally identified learning needs
  • Maintains a caseload of students, providing s services (counseling,  social emotional support or specialized learning services) ...
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Posted 1.20.23:  Multiple Openings, Archer School for Girls (CA)

 • Biology Teacher

The Archer School for Girls in Los Angeles, CA, is seeking a full-time Biology teacher beginning in August 2023. The Archer School for Girls is an educational community that supports and challenges young women to discover their passions and realize their true potential. Serving 500 girls in grades 6-12.... Responsibilities include teaching 4-5 sections, serving as a grade-level mentor to 8-10 students, and participating in co-curricular school activities like Archer’s Annual Student STEM Symposium, STEM outreach, experiential trips, clubs, and committees. Opportunities for educational leadership are also a possibility. ... 

• Associate Director for College Guidance
Archer is seeking qualified, experienced candidates for the position of Associate Director of College Guidance, beginning in July 2023. This position reports to and collaborates closely with the Director of College Guidance to guide junior and senior classes through every aspect of the college search and application process. Strong candidates will have experience in a college admissions environment and/or college counseling office in an independent school. Candidates should also exhibit an appreciation of and respect for a diverse academic environment and learning community. 

• Head Librarian

The Archer School for Girls is seeking a full-time Head Librarian to start in August 2023. Our forward-facing Library program is the hub of our diverse community and dynamic program, empowering students (and their teachers) with digital literacies and access to the highest quality resources, instruction, and support. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  Education and Outreach 

• Plans cooperatively with teachers to incorporate information and print resources into classroom curriculum 
• Collaborates with the Innovative Learning Coordinator to provide Digital Literacy lessons and ongoing education around Media/Digital Literacy 
• Informs teachers, students and administrators of new materials, equipment and services that meet their information needs.... 

• Learning Specialist

Archer is seeking qualified, experienced candidates for the position of Learning Specialist, beginning in August 2023. The Learning Specialist joins the Student Services Team to support student learning profiles that require learning accommodations and educational interventions. This role serves as a liaison between students, teachers, parents, and outside professionals to coordinate compensatory strategies, executive functioning skills, and metacognitive awareness for students’ learning and academic success in grades 6-12. 

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Posted 1.19.23:  President, Wayne State University (MI)

Wayne State University (WSU), a premier public research university in the heart of Detroit, seeks a visionary, inclusive and inspirational leader to serve as its next president.... Wayne State’s 200-acre campus lies at the heart of Midtown, a cultural and historic district in Detroit. Today, Wayne State remains a steadfast partner in the city’s economic life. The university comprises the following 13 schools and colleges....

The president serves as the university’s chief executive officer, is chosen by the Board of Governors and reports to the board. In this position, the president provides leadership in support of the institution’s mission, which is to advance knowledge, prepare a diverse student body to thrive, and positively impact local and global communities. Wayne State’s next president should be a visible and engaged leader with a diverse set of skills. 

The president should have the skills — and, preferably, experience — to manage a highly complex, multi-site institution of Wayne State’s size; possess a deep understanding of a mission-focused urban university; and demonstrate facility in managing a budget of nearly $1 billion. Additionally, the president should be an experienced fundraiser and a highly visible, accessible leader, both on and off campus. The president must value transparency and consultation in decision-making, and demonstrate a steadfast commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.19.23:  Admissions Advisor, Undergraduate & Orientation, New Mexico State University
 
Will facilitate high school visits; collect student data; will assist with organizing special events for Aggie Pathway participants.
Serves as an ambassador and representative of the University or Community College with a variety of audiences, including prospective students and their families, applicants, newly admitted students, P-12 school district students and staff, community college students and staff, business and other community members, University faculty and staff, and alumni. Responsible for managing respective recruitment territory, which includes extensive fall travel during the six to eight week long recruitment season. Guides prospective students and their families through the application process. Develops and maintains excellent working relationships with key constituencies in recruitment territory. Responsible for assisting with all areas of admission including undergraduate, transfer, graduate and international recruitment, marketing and communications, event planning, Aggie Welcome Orientation programming, family engagement activities, campus visits, etc....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.19.23:  Dean of Students, St. Mark's School (MA)

St. Mark’s is a coeducational, Episcopal, preparatory boarding and day school, situated on 250 acres in Southborough, Massachusetts, 25 miles from Boston. Founded in 1865, St. Mark's is one of the oldest private boarding schools in New England and is a member of the Independent School League in competitive athletics....
 
...The Dean of Students is responsible for overseeing programs that promote a caring, intentional student community, where the highest personal standards of behavior and kindness are prized. The Dean leads an office that nurtures the growth of individual students through the Residential Life Program, the Advising Program, Health Services, Student Leadership, Student Wellness and Student Activities, social discipline and attendance....

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Master’s degree in related field, education, or counseling preferred;
  • 5–10-years of experience as a teacher and/or administrator....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.19.23: Middle School Athletic Director, Milton Academy 

Milton Academy seeks a full-time Middle School Athletic Director to provide sabbatical coverage for the 2023-2024 school year. We are looking for an athletic director who is deeply committed to and working with the middle school age group and has a passion for developing a dynamic athletics program. In the Middle School, we seek faculty and staff who are inquisitive, self-directed, team-oriented, and dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
 
A bachelor’s degree is required and a concentration in health and wellness is expected. A minimum of three years of experience at the 5-8 grade level is required.
 
Roles and responsibilities include :
  • Provide leadership for all aspects of the middle school athletics program while collaborating with colleagues to align program goals with the school’s mission.
  • Hire, train, supervise, and evaluate all coaches while providing clear expectations, oversight, and useful feedback and support....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.19.23:  Director of Design Technology, Tenacre Country Day School (MA)

Tenacre Country Day School is seeking a Director of Design Technology to begin by August 2023. 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....
 

Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required, master’s degree preferred
Three to five years of instruction in elementary and middle grade technology skills and/or STEM instruction
Experience working with the tools and equipment of a maker space
Proven interdisciplinary curriculum development experience and interest...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

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Posted 1.14.23:  Assistant Professor, Department of English, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

The Department of English at RIT invites applications for an Assistant or Advanced Assistant Professor of English tenure-track position with a specialization in open-genre creative writing to begin August 2023. This position will support our new B.S. in English as well as minors and immersions in creative writing, literature, and media. We are interested in candidates with an accomplished record of creative publications who locate their work in one or more of the following areas:
  • Afrofuturism and/or African futurism
  • Magical Realism and Post-Colonialism
  • Speculative Futures
  • Indigenous Literatures
  • Literatures of the Global South
  • Creative Writing and Ethnic Literatures
  • Creative Writing and Diaspora
The successful applicant will have a PhD or MFA in English with an emphasis in creative writing or a related field by the time of hire and will be expected to teach creative writing classes at all levels and one literature course annually in the candidate’s area of specialization.
 
For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 
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Posted 1.14.23:  Middle School Head (grades 4-7), The Chapin School (NY)
 

Founded by Maria Bowen Chapin in 1901, The Chapin School is an all-girls Kindergarten through grade 12 independent day school located in New York City’s Upper East Side neighborhood, dedicated to the intellectual and personal growth of young women. ...

The Head of Middle School oversees the Middle School program by providing instructional and organizational leadership to the faculty and staff in the Middle School division, monitoring the academic and personal growth of each student, and promoting and supporting the professional growth of the faculty and staff. Along with the Associate Head of Middle School, the Head of Middle School builds and maintains relationships with students, teachers, and parents in order to sustain a vibrant educational community that supports the mission of the school....
 

Chapin’s next Middle School Division Head will be: 

  • A school leader who demonstrates a commitment to tradition, innovation, and interdisciplinary curriculum development...
  • A student-centered educator who values each student’s voice and experience....
  • An educational leader who actively cultivates a student, faculty and staff community of belonging....
  • A partner to colleagues, students, and parents...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.7.23:  Director of Enrollment Management & Admissions, Live Oak School (CA)

Live Oak School is an all-gender K-8 independent day school in San Francisco founded in 1971, serving nearly 420 students in grades K–8. Live Oak supports the potential and promise of each student. They provide a strong academic foundation, foster skills to effect change, and develop courageous and conscientious learners from all backgrounds....

The Director will provide appropriate and accurate information to applicants, families, organizations, and educators to ensure the applicants best match the School’s programs. They will work with the Associate Director of Admissions, faculty, and program administrators to both observe and select students for enrollment creatively and efficiently.
In addition to the customary responsibilities of a K-8 Enrollment Management and Admissions Director for outreach, assessment, data management, tracking and reporting key admissions performance indicators throughout the cycle, volunteer management and coordination, and timely communication and effective marketing, they will also support the larger diversity and strategic goals for the school.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.7.23:  Assistant/Associate Professor, Social and Cultural Foundations of Education, Secondary Education Department, University of North Carolina-Wilmington

... University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) invites applications for 9- month, full-time, tenure track faculty for the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor. Appointment to rank is dependent on qualifications relative to the university, college, and department policy. This position will begin August 2023.

Upon initial appointment, the successful candidate’s teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate courses in Social and Cultural Foundations of Education. Additional responsibilities may include collaborating with colleagues to maintain and grow our WCE programs; collaborating with campus, community, and state education partners through community engaged scholarship and professional development; advising students; and participating in program development and accreditation processes....

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
  • Applicants for this position must hold a terminal degree (i.e., Ph.D., Ed.D.) in an area of Social and Cultural Foundations of Education or a closely related field with a disciplinary background within the foundations (e.g., Cultural Anthropology of Education, Sociology of Education). ABD candidates may be considered depending on the expected completion date....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.4.23:  Vice President for Finance and Administration & Chief Financial Officer, Viterbo University (WI)

Viterbo University (www.viterbo.edu) is accepting nominations and applications for the position of Vice President for Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer (VPFA/CFO).

The ideal candidate will hold a minimum of a master's degree in a finance-related discipline, have seven years of progressive experience in a similarly complex institution of higher education, possess proven success in strategic leadership and customer service, and demonstrated professional success and evidence of high-quality judgment in management and leadership of a wide range of business affairs activities....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.4.23:  Associate Dean, Macricostas School of Arts & Sciences, Western Connecticut State University

... The Macricostas School of Arts & Sciences is home to 12 departments, 21 undergraduate majors and five (5) graduate majors, and offers a variety of ways for students to further their education. Additional information about the School may be found at https://www.wcsu.edu/sas/.
 
The Associate Dean will assist the Dean of the Macricostas School of Arts and Sciences with the administration, operation, promotion and evaluation of programs, personnel and budgetary matters of the School. The incumbent will work closely with Department Chairs and Program Directors to ensure effective and efficient operations. The Associate Dean functions as the Dean’s designee in the Dean’s absence and represents the Dean to the Macricostas School and its diverse constituencies....

Qualifications:
Earned terminal degree in a discipline housed within the Macricostas School of Arts and Sciences is required; Seven (7) years of experience in student-centered higher education, with academic leadership experience at the department or program level or higher is required; Faculty tenure and Associate rank or higher; Evidence of successful university teaching, scholarship, and service;  Demonstrated commitment to valuing diversity and equity, and to contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment; Demonstrated ability to work successfully, in a collegial manner, with students, faculty, staff, administration, and the public; Demonstrated effectiveness with communication, time management, data management, and project management; Experience with grant seeking, proposal writing, and fundraising preferred; Experience with community service learning and/or community partnerships preferred. Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.4.23: Multiple Openings, Saint Joseph's College of Maine

Click on the job title below for the complete posting. 

• Adjunct Faculty - English
This position will teach on-campus English composition and literature courses starting with the Fall 2023 semester. Face-to-face instruction is required. 
Minimum Qualifications: 

  • • Master’s Degree (Doctoral Degree Preferred) from an accredited institution 
  • • Demonstrated mastery of the area of Composition/Rhetoric and English Literature 
  • • Experience in teaching both college-level Freshman composition and English Literature courses 
  • • Knowledge of best practices in both Writing Across the Curriculum and Writing in the Disciplines 
• Campus Visit & Operations Manager
... This position supports the department of On-Campus Admissions by: managing all campus visits for the On-Campus Admissions Office; overseeing the supervision of On-Campus Admissions student office and event staff; and providing On-Campus Admissions office management support. 

Essential Duties: 
 Manage all Campus Visits for the Admissions Office by: 

• Serves as the first contact for prospective students interested in Saint Joseph’s College of Maine; 
• Manages the campus visit program for the on-campus admissions operation focused on individual student visits, high school visits, and Admissions events; 
• Plans open houses and on-campus visit events, booking event spaces through Eventpro, contact involved departments, prepares materials such as name tags, agendas, and information packets for campus visitors....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 1.4.23:  PK-Gr. 2 Instructional Technology Substitute (Part-time). Tenacre Country Day School (MA)


Tenacre Country Day School is seeking a part-time lower school instructional technology substitute for January 9-February 21st. 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 grade-level teachers, the strong partnership between parents and staff, and the meaningful participation of each child in daily school life....

Requirements:
Experience with Google Docs, Google Classroom, and Seesaw is helpful but not required as we will train the successful candidate
Bachelor’s degree required
Experience teaching technology at the elementary school level is desirable, but not required....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

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Posted 12.28.22:  Multiple Tenure-Track Faculty Openings, Woodring College of Education, Western Washington University
 

Dean Kevin Roxas announced 5 tenure-track searches in the Woodring College of Education at Western Washington University.  Faculty, staff, and students in Woodring are firmly committed to creating and sustaining an affirming culture of learning that advances knowledge, honors diversities, and promotes social justice. The college also has a long-standing commitment and history of fostering strong partnerships with members of our local communities, schools, and other community-based organizations.  

WWU’s commitment to institutionalizing inclusive practices seeks to ensure that we welcome and celebrate the intrinsic worth of all members of our community. We will become an even stronger university as we enhance equity at every level of our institution.  Woodring faculty, staff, and students look forward to meeting candidates for these positions that will help us strategically move forward in this important work.

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Posted 12.24.22:  Multiple Openings, The Hotchkiss School (CT)

... We seek to identify, recruit, and develop faculty and staff members who bring a diversity of experiences, perspectives, talents, and backgrounds. Collectively, we are dedicated to supporting the intellectual, social, and emotional growth of nearly 600 students who come from around the country and the world.
 
In the 2022-2023 school year, 41 percent of Hotchkiss students are U.S. students of color, 13 percent are international, and 96 percent of students are boarders from 29 countries and 37 states in the U.S.  The School is eager to accept applications from individuals who are excited to support an inclusive and warm learning community for students from a wide array of backgrounds and experiences....

• Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion  (rev.)
The Director will promote institutional equity and integrate an inclusion lens into all aspects of the school. Reporting to the Associate Head of School and Dean of Faculty and serving on the Senior Leadership Team, the Director will partner with the Head of School, Board of Trustees, DEI team, faculty, students, and staff to cultivate a unified
vision for the school’s diversity, equity, and inclusion work as essential to educational excellence. The
Director will support the school’s internal DEI work, particularly in its efforts to further define and enact
its mission and commitment to academic excellence and accessibility....

• Head of Humanities and Social Sciences department, Instructor in U.S. History
For the 2023-24 school-year, the Humanities & Social Sciences Department is seeking a highly qualified and dynamic teacher who combines significant knowledge in U.S. History; enthusiasm for interdisciplinary curriculum development; and ability to guide, inspire, and facilitate their colleagues’ professional growth. The head of the department will lead and manage the department with this central charge in mind, attending to teaching and curricular matters, taking an active role in recruiting, hiring, evaluating, and fostering the development of their department’s faculty, staff, and program of study. Department heads are leaders with respect to diversity and inclusion efforts....
 

• Instructor in Visual Arts
For the 2023-24 school year, The Hotchkiss School seeks a full-time instructor to teach in the Visual Art department
who combines a passion for teaching with a record of accomplishment in the visual arts. The ideal candidate will be
a broad thinker and technically skilled artist who is dedicated to teaching traditional, established, and experimental approaches to art making. We are searching for a collaborative colleague who will foster innovative emerging creative practices and teach the foundations of art-making to our students....

• Associate Director of College Advising
This is a 10-month position to begin in August 2023. The College Office is comprised of a unified team of professionals who have successfully guided students and families during many cycles of the admission process. The office prides itself on helping students learn to be thoughtful and independent decision-makers in the college admissions process. By helping students reflect on their educational and cultural values, the College Office has helped countless students find schools that suit their values and aspirations while helping them grow in independence during the process. The office has forged strong relationships with a wide range of college admissions offices by developing relationships based on candor and integrity....

• Walter Crain Fellowship
The Walter Crain Fellowship program is a partnership between The Hotchkiss School and the Klingenstein Center,
Teachers College at Columbia University. The program honors Walter Crain, the first African American educator and administrator at the Hotchkiss School.... The ideal Walter Crain Fellow will be an educator with at least 5 years professional experience in a school or higher education setting. They will aspire to be a leader and mentor, and will demonstrate or will have a strong interest in developing deep cultural competencies both in themselves and in others as part of their approach to leadership and community building. Successful candidates will have a demonstrated ability to make authentic connections with BIPOC (black, indigenous, and people of color) students and colleagues....

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Posted 12.24.22:  Director of Human Resources, Harvard-Westlake School (CA)

... the Director of Human Resources develops and leads the strategic direction of the HR department, designing and implementing policies and programs for employees, and collaborating effectively with school leaders and employees to ensure smooth and efficient delivery of HR services. The major areas of focus for the HR department currently include: employment facilitation and engagement, oversight of compensation and benefits programs, compliance, and policy development and administration. The Director is a member of the 13-person business office, three of whom comprise the HR team for the school. ...

For the compete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 12.24.22:  Director of Admissions & Financial Aid, The Spence School (NY)

The Spence School invites applications, nominations, and inquiries as it embarks upon a search for a Director of Admissions and Financial Aid. The Director of Admissions and Financial Aid is responsible for strategic leadership and oversight of the admissions process. This leadership role is a full-time, 12-month position. The Director reports to the Head of School and serves on the Senior Leadership Team. A full position description will be available shortly and may be found here.
 
Founded in 1892 by Clara Spence, The Spence School is an all-girls, K-12 school of approximately 775 students and is located on New York City’s Upper East Side....

Working with division heads, key academic leaders, and Chief Financial Officer, the Director, along with their team, is charged with attracting and enrolling bright, motivated students who also reflect racial, cultural, religious and socioeconomic diversity and have the potential to thrive in a challenging, balanced curriculum and a warm, welcoming community in which they will be active contributors. In addition to overseeing the admissions and assessment processes for applicants to all the divisions, the Director cultivates important partnerships with nursery school directors, feeder schools, and access organizations....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
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Posted 12.24.22:  Dean of Faculty, The Bay School (CA)

The Bay School, a national leader in secondary education, invites nominations and applications for the next Dean of Faculty. Bay prides itself on balancing challenging academics and innovative thinking with a mindful approach to learning and life. The School’s 100 faculty and staff (known collectively at Bay as “staffulty”) share the goal of seeing the School’s 440 students unlock their individual and collective potential so they begin to realize their roles in a dynamic world....

The ideal candidate for the next Dean of Faculty will have a comprehensive understanding of the field teaching and learning, particularly in the progressive educational space, and a demonstrated willingness to explore and embrace new pedagogical practices, technologies, and developing trends. This position requires a leader with a deep sense of emotional intelligence; confident and competent, with a strong collaborative style of leadership; one who understands the subtleties of coaching and motivating individuals and groups. Additionally, this role demands a high level of cultural competence and commitment to diversity, equity, belonging, and social justice both in the approach to the work and in the building of relationships with students, faculty, and other community members....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 12.20.22:  Department Chair/Head of Department, Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, East Tennessee State University

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Located in the beautiful Southern Appalachian Mountains, our university is a center for discovery, academic leadership, and service, and an ideal setting for celebrating work-life balance. ETSU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. We welcome candidates who are equally committed to these values and who will strengthen our educational climate by fostering diversity and inclusion....

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
  • Facilitate a collegial department environment to support and encourage faculty and staff excellence in the areas of teaching, research, and service.
  • Provide academic and administrative leadership to help actualize the vision of a multidisciplinary faculty and programs.
  • Collaborate with and encourage interfacing of academic programs within the department, college, and university.
  • Analyze data to inform policy.
  • Oversee the daily operations of the ELPA department in a collaborative manner.
  • Demonstrate honesty, good character, and integrity-mindedness.
  • Knowledge of general academic policies and curriculum issues at the graduate level.
  • Provide leadership for curricular development, continuous improvement, and maintenance of accreditation, planning, revision, evaluation, and implementation of programs within the department.
  • Provide oversight and support for student recruitment, retention, and program development...
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 12.20.22:  Assistant Professor of Counseling, Lally School of Education, College of Saint Rose (NY)

The College of Saint Rose invites applications and nominations for an Assistant Professor of Counseling in the Thelma P. Lally School of Education, beginning August 2023.   This is a full time, tenure track position.

Responsibilities will include teaching 12 credits (3 courses) per semester of core graduate courses in Counseling and/or Clinical Mental Health Counseling specific courses....

Additionally, responsibilities include contributing to the continuing development and refinement of the Counseling program, engaging in scholarship, attending internal and external events applicable to the College and the candidate's academic discipline, academic advising, program assessment, curriculum development, and participation in Department, School, and College committees.

Requirements:
The successful candidate will have:
      (a) a Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Counselor Education from a CACREP-accredited institution or
      b) a doctoral degree in a related academic field and have been employed as a full-time faculty member in a graduate counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year prior to July 1, 2013. ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 12.18.22:  Chief Financial Officer, Columbus School for Girls (OH)

Columbus School for Girls (CSG) invites nominations and applications for the position of Chief Financial Officer, effective July 1, 2023.
 
Founded in 1898, CSG is an independent day school serving a diverse student body in grades pre-school through grade 12. As a leader in the education of girls and young women, its vibrant community comprises more than 500 students, approximately 38 percent of whom are students of color, and 116 faculty and staff....

Reporting to the Head of School, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will serve on the senior leadership team.  The CFO is responsible for the planning, control, accounting and reporting of income, expenses, contributed and invested funds of the school. The CFO manages all activities designated as Business Office responsibilities including physical plant and grounds; risk management and insurance; transportation; compensation and benefits budgets; technology; food service; facilities leasing; and city, state, and federal government compliance.... 
 
A full position profile may be found HERE.  For best consideration, please send all nominations and applications by January 17, 2023...
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Posted 12.18.22:  Dean, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto (Canada)

 

 The University of Toronto is conducting a search for Dean of the Faculty of Information (iSchool), to take office by July 1, 2023, and invites expressions of interest, applications, and nominations....

The Faculty of Information is a research-led Faculty of more than 600 students, 61 faculty, instructors, and librarians, and 23 staff. The iSchool is educating the next generation of professional and academic leaders in information, communications, and technology and leading the way in shaping these fields through ground-breaking interdisciplinary research and teaching. Innovative undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs in Information offer cutting-edge specializations including Archives and Records Management, Culture & Technology, Critical Information Policy Studies, Human-Centered Data Science, Information Systems & Design, Knowledge Management & Information Management, Library & Information Science, and User Experience Design. The Master of Museum Studies is unique in Canada and can be combined with a Master of Information, allowing students to gain expertise in the cross-section of these areas....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 

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Posted 12.9.22:  Executive Director, Bethany Hill Place (MA)

Bethany Hill Place seeks a mission driven leader with a commitment to social justice to lead an organization dedicated to providing safe affordable housing and transformative educational and social programming....

The Executive Director provides the leadership of the organization and vision to empower residents to develop skills, strengthen their lives, and create self-sufficient futures. Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director is responsible for the educational living community and affiliated programming; oversight and management of the affordable housing units, in partnership with the property management company; management and development of staff and volunteers; operations and administration, as shared with CSJ (Finance, IT, HR); fundraising/resource development; partnerships and community engagement; and strategic planning. ...

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Demonstrated commitment to nonprofits and mission driven organizations; an ability to communicate a compelling mission to diverse stakeholders and groups
  • Passion for the mission, and connection to the values, of Bethany Hill Place; exhibits a commitment to justice and equity; cultural competency with experience advancing diversity, equity & inclusion initiatives
  • Executive or senior leadership experience in nonprofit management, including board management/development and nonprofit budgeting/financial acumen....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 12.9.22:  Assistant Professor, Literacy/Reading Education, Northern Arizona University–Flagstaff 

The Department of Teaching and Learning is seeking to fill a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in the area of Literacy/Reading Education. This position is located on the Flagstaff Mountain Campus beginning in August 2023 and is a nine-month tenure-track faculty line, with the opportunity for summer course teaching. Candidates need to demonstrate promise of scholarly productivity, excellence in teaching diverse students, and a commitment to supporting the goals and initiatives of the University, the College of Education and the Department of Teaching and Learning.

Minimum Qualifications
• An earned doctorate (degree completed by August 2023) in literacy/reading education OR an earned doctorate in closely related field;
• Three years' teaching experience (pre-K-8)....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

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Posted 12.8.22:  Assistant Professor, Elementary Education with emphasis on Children’s and Young Adult Literature, Tenure-Track, Western Washington University

Western Washington University’s Elementary Education Program is seeking an individual with a demonstrated commitment to justice-oriented practices and educational equity to apply for a position in the Elementary Education Program. This 9-month, tenure track Assistant Professor position in the Elementary Education Program, a part of the Early Childhood, Elementary, and Multilingual Education (ECEM) Department, will begin Fall 2023. The position will be located on the main WWU campus in Bellingham, WA.

We seek to hire a faculty member whose scholarly emphasis is on children’s/young adult literature with a commitment to connecting readers with books that highlight the richness of culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Equity, diversity, accessibility, and inclusion should be central to their work; diversity could include race, social class, language, dis/ability, gender, sexuality, among other human diversities along with understandings of the intersections across these identities. We are especially interested in faculty who also have a background in one of the following areas: racial justice praxis, multilingual education, and/or Indigenous education and decolonizing theories. As a member of the ECEM department, faculty teach, mentor, and advise students in core courses in the Elementary Education Program for undergraduate students preparing to be teachers…

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
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Posted 12.2.22:  Associate Director, Frederick Douglass Unity House, University of Massachusetts–Dartmouth
 

The Associate Director assists with providing leadership, vision and direction for the Frederick Douglass Unity House. As a highly-valued campus partner, the Associate Director continues the tradition of providing a warm, welcoming and supportive environment for all students at the Frederick Douglass Unity House. They are responsible for the day-to-day operation of the FDUH as directed by the Asst Dean/Director, including budget management, programming, student advising, and policy development. The position also works closely with students and student organizations to develop leadership and educational programs and services that meets the needs of ALANA populations. Follow the University’s best practices to build and/or support student academic success and retention, and assist in meeting strategic objectives for persistence and timely graduation of all the student population....
 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION: Master’s degree 
EXPERIENCE: Demonstrated (three or more years) of related administrative and technical experience in Student and Multicultural Affairs. 
OTHER: Evening and weekend hours as required. Some local and regional travel required....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 

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 Posted 12.2.22:  Two Openings, St. John's College of Maine

• Adjunct Lecturer in Exercise Science
POSITION SUMMARY: The candidate will teach the course, Anatomical Kinesiology, for the Spring 2023 semester. 
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: A master’s degree and experience in teaching at the college level is desired.

• Athletic Trainer
This position supports the Head Athletic Trainer and the Athletic Training Room by: 

  • Assisting the Head Athletic Trainer in all phases of the sports medicine program
  • Maintaining accurate records of injuries, with prompt communication to the Athletic Training Staff
  • Preparing practice and game coverage
  • Training room supervision...
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
  • Bachelor’s degree is required with NATA Certification and a Maine License
  • Experience and knowledge in college or high school athletic training is preferred...

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Posted 12.2.22:  Multiple Openings, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Assistant/Associate Professor
The Rochester Institute of Technology’s Department of ASL & Interpreting Education invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of assistant or associate professor depending upon experience and qualifications. https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25483&siteid=5291&AReq=7499BR
 
Lecturer
The Rochester Institute of Technology’s Department of ASL & Interpreting Education invites applications and nominations for a non-tenure-track faculty position.
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Posted 11.28.22:  Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure-track), Department of Teaching & Learning: K-12 and Secondary Programs, Minnesota State University, Mankato
 
The Department of Teaching & Learning: K-12 and Secondary Programs at Minnesota State University, Mankato invites applications for an Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure-track) position in teacher education. Required qualifications include a doctorate or terminal degree in Curriculum and Instruction, or closely related field; three (3) or more years of teaching experience as teacher of record; documented ability to integrate and use technology including on-line delivery of courses; and demonstrated ability to serve a diverse population and apply an equity lens, including social justice and/or anti-racism. Review of applications will begin on December 9, 2022 and continue until the position is filled. Minnesota State University, Mankato is an AA/EOE and member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System. For complete notice of vacancy and application procedures, please visit: https://minnesotastate.peopleadmin.com/postings/2276

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Posted 11.27.22:  Assistant Director of Admissions & Academic Affairs, Stanford University (CA)


 ... the Assistant Director of Admissions and Academic Affairs (100% FTE) will manage diversity recruitment efforts and outreach programs; develop and implement innovative marketing and recruiting strategies to attract a diverse applicant pool and incoming student cohort; build on-going, long-term relationships and partnerships with institutions, organizations and programs that can help create a pipeline of diverse candidates; implement recruitment efforts such as webinars, open office hours, on-campus events; represent GSE at regional and national graduate fairs; compose, manage and implement prospective students marketing and communications plans; process PhD and Master’s admissions applications; serve as the admissions team liaison to Master’s program directors for recruitment, application processing, matriculation updates and yield efforts; manage events for PhD and Master’s admitted students; represent the GSE on the Stanford Graduate Diversity Staff Council (GDiSC) for GRAD Day and joint recruitment efforts; maintain GSE Admissions webpages; supervise Graduate Student Assistant; and serve as the Admissions team liaison to GSE Communications and Alumni Relations....
 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: 

Education & Experience: 
Bachelor’s degree and three years of relevant experience, or combination of education and relevant experience. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

  • Strong communication skills to clearly and effectively communicate information to internal and external audiences, client groups, and management. 
  • Advanced analysis and problem solving skills. 
  • Advanced computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office Suite....


For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

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Posted 11.27.22:  Two Open Faculty Positions, Department of Language, Literacy, Educational Program Development, Exceptional Education, and Physical Education, University of South Florida

• Assistant Professor of Instruction - Literacy Studies, Position #16845 

The Literacy Studies program invites candidates to apply for the Assistant Professor of Instruction position, which includes teaching initial certification literacy courses for students across multiple programs. The selected candidate will be responsible for developing, organizing, and enhancing courses to support student success as literacy teachers and leaders. Other responsibilities include collaboratively working with literacy colleagues to improve program delivery and student success, leading courses to maintain high quality, and mentoring students. This is a 9-month, non-tenure track position, effective August 7, 2023, with a typical teaching load of 4 courses each semester. Major responsibilities include (1) teaching literacy courses in initial teacher preparation programs; (2) supporting high-quality practicum and field experiences for teacher candidates; and (3) serving as the course lead for initial teacher preparation courses. We are especially interested in candidates who can 1) model deep, developmentally appropriate expertise in supporting K-12 children to become proficient readers and writers; 2) implement equitable solutions for literacy teaching and learning; and 3) work collaboratively with colleagues and students to address the range of literacy challenges that youth experience.... 


• Assistant Professor - Reading Education/Literacy Studies, Position #13092,  Tampa Campus 
The Reading Education/Literacy Studies program is seeking a tenure-track faculty member at the rank of Assistant Professor to enhance the development of our graduate and undergraduate literacy programs and to work with interdisciplinary faculty with a common interest in examining the diverse range of literacy challenges that youth experience. We seek a faculty member who will collaborate with our team to research, design, and implement diagnostic, instructional, and socially oriented practices that support our continuing commitment to inclusive and racially-just literacy learning and development. Research interests of the current faculty include a broad and diverse approach to literacy studies including: racially just literacy practices, sociolinguistic influences on literacy, multilingualism, global and immigrant literacies, critical literacy, ecojustice literacies, transdisciplinary perspectives in literacy studies, emergent literacy and language development, vocabulary, understanding classroom language environments, multimodal composing, writing development, digital literacies, and children’s literature. We have expertise in and appreciate a range of quantitative and qualitative methodologies....

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 Posted 11.27.22:  Leadership Positions in the Theater Arts

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Posted 11.23.22:  Dean of Students, The Governor's Academy (MA)


The Governor’s Academy, the oldest boarding school in New England, inspires and engages inquisitive students in ninth through twelfth grade. Our 456-acre campus is located thirty miles north of Boston and five miles south of Newburyport, a classic New England coastal town. Govs has approximately 400 students and 250 employees.


Govs faculty and staff are committed to creating and cultivating an intentionally diverse and inclusive community that allows students to learn from each other’s unique backgrounds and experiences, discover their passions, use their unique voices, and achieve academic....

The Dean of Students leads all aspects of student life related to residential life, weekend activities, leadership, health and wellness, and discipline. Working in close partnership with the Academic Dean and Director of Afternoon Programs, the Dean ensures that students are fully meeting their co-curricular obligations at the Academy and are meaningfully supported in their growth as inclusive, empathetic, and successful community members and leaders. Reporting to the Head of School and a member of the twelve-person Administrative Leadership Team, the Dean of Students serves as the advocate for and advisor to students and holds students accountable to the Academy’s rules and regulations while helping them thrive....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

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Posted 11.23.22: Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Composition, School of Music,  Tennessee Technological University
 
The School of Music at Tennessee Tech University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Composition, beginning August 2023. 
 
The ideal candidate will have prior university teaching experience in the areas of music theory and applied composition at the undergraduate level and be an active contributor to the field of composition with a documented record of juried scholarly/creative activity. Examples of scholarly/creative activity: having compositions performed and published, having scores accepted for performance at conferences, having published peer-reviewed research or given conference presentations, and/or other such activities....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 11.23.22:  Dean, Lounsbury College of Education, Georgia College & State University

Building on an excellent foundation and working collaboratively with faculty and staff, the Dean of the John H. Lounsbury College of Education (JHL COE) at Georgia College & State University will develop a strategic vision aligned to the developing strategic plan of the University, Imagine 2030, to advance the College.  Reporting to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Dean of the John H. Lounsbury College of Education will be responsible for the supervision and evaluation of all academic programs and personnel. The successful candidate should be student-centered, demonstrate success in donor support, and have a strong commitment to building relationships and developing an inclusive community.

The Dean will be an engaging and innovative leader that can foster academic excellence through faculty development, pedagogical innovation, scholarly research, and creative endeavors. An excellent administrator, creative and entrepreneurial, the Dean will serve the needs of the community by creating and sustaining partnerships with external entities, including school districts and other employers. The Dean will encourage and support a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment; and, through collaboration, maximize the opportunities presented by the Georgia College Early College, the Sandra Dunagan Deal Center for Early Language and Literacy, and the Georgia College Montessori Academy at the Early Learning Center. The Dean will advance graduate education by engaging in efforts to support the recruitment, enrollment, and retention of students in the graduate programs and online graduate certificates offered by the College....

For more information, please contact Dr. Eric Tenbus, Search Committee Chair, and see the posting, Dean, College of Education Posting 250284 that will be available and accepting applications until January 16, 2023.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 11.17.22:  Assistant Professor (Continuing Track) in School Psychology,  College of Education and Human Development, University of Delaware
 

This 9-month continuing track faculty position and is at the Assistant Professor level. The continuing track at the University of Delaware, includes opportunities for teaching,service, and leadership responsibilities in the School, gaining promotion, taking sabbatical, and enjoying the security of a multi-year appointment. Qualified candidates should be interested in establishing a long-term career at the University of Delaware. The start date of the position is September 1, 2023....
 

The School of Education is particularly interested in candidates who have a demonstrated commitment to diversity and equal opportunities through leadership in teaching, service, and/or research, and have experiences with inclusive teaching, public engagement and outreach. Candidates from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. Teaching needs in the program are in the areas of assessment (cognitive assessment, social and emotional functioning) and supervision of field work. There are also opportunities for teaching courses in the successful candidate’s specific areas of interest in school psychology and to collaborate with faculty on teaching, service and research initiatives of national importance. 

Qualifications
• A doctoral degree from a school psychology program approved by APA and/or NASP awarded by the start date
• Two or more years of experience as a school psychologist working in schools...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

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Posted 11.17.22: Assistant Professor (Tenure Track), Teachers, Schools & Society, College of Education, University of Florida


The University of Florida invites applications for an Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) position to work within the Teachers, Schools, and Society (TSS) program area in the School of Teaching and Learning. The TSS program area focuses on issues that impact 21st century education and teacher education, as faculty and students study the intersections of curriculum, teaching, and teacher education with society and politics in an increasingly diverse world....

We welcome a candidate whose teaching and scholarship focuses on issues of national and global importance in education including: Black girlhood and feminisms in education; critical, theoretical, and innovative approaches toward the roles of schooling in a democratic society; and social foundations of education. Our faculty and students share a commitment to vibrant and equitable schools for a healthy democracy.

The successful applicant for the Assistant Professor position is expected to maintain a clear, systematic line of research; regularly seek external funding; publish in major scholarly journals; present research findings at meetings of professional associations; contribute to advising and teaching, especially through the provision of scholarly and conceptual leadership in graduate and undergraduate programs; and recruiting and mentoring doctoral students in both our on-campus research intensive Ph.D. program and online professional practice doctorate. Additionally, the successful applicant will engage in service to the program, school, college, university and profession. This 9-month tenure-accruing faculty appointment will begin August 2023....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

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Posted 11.16.22:  Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, The Avery Coonley School (IL)

... Located in the western suburbs of Chicago and serving 320 children from 40 communities in grades PreK to 8, The Avery Coonley School (ACS) welcomes highly motivated, high-ability learners who eagerly seek new challenges. Gifted and high-achieving students flourish in a unique and collaborative culture where the drive to learn transcends all other differences. Founded in 1906, ACS enjoys a storied place in the history of gifted and progressive education for younger students in Chicago and across the nation. Over 50% of students enrolled identify as people of color. ACS maintains a commitment to socioeconomic diversity in the student body and provides tuition assistance to 20% of its families. Seventy-two per cent of faculty hold an advanced degree. Learning spaces brim with energy, project-based learning, and individual exploration....

 The ideal candidate will bring the following experiences and abilities to their work:
  • Strong written and oral communication, and exceptional interpersonal skills that include a keen sense of perspective-taking to communicate effectively with various stakeholders
  • Proven commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive community
  • Ability to inspire and unite multiple constituents around a distinctive vision
  • Commitment to the experience of gifted and high-achieving students...
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 11.16.22:  Director of Educator Preparation, Assistant Professor, College of Education, University of Massachusetts–Boston

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the University of Massachusetts Boston’s College of Education and Human Development seeks applicants for a tenure-track assistant professor in educator preparation who will serve as the Director of Educator Preparation, to begin September 1, 2023. We are seeking a collaborative, creative, and equity-minded colleague who shares UMass Boston’s commitment to urban education, anti-racism, and social justice and who possesses culturally sustaining perspectives on education from birth through 12th grade.

Strong research skills and qualitative and/or quantitative methodological expertise is expected. In particular, we are seeking scholars working on the leading edge of teacher education in teaching and research, especially those who work with critical frameworks related to learning in urban contexts that are linguistically, racially, and culturally diverse....

Minimum Qualifications:
Candidates must have: a terminal degree (Ph.D., Ed.D.) in curriculum and instruction, or a related field; experience teaching at the PreK-12 level, preferably in multicultural, linguistic, and socioeconomically diverse settings; evidence of scholarly productivity; and experience teaching at the university-level in teacher preparation and/or field supervision courses is desirable....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 11.16.22:  Doctoral Faculty Position, Human and Organizational Development Programs (HOD), School of Leadership Studies, Fielding Graduate University (CA)
 

This faculty position has an emphasis in Human Development teaching, practice, and scholarship. 

HOD core faculty members are expected to engage in three general areas of effort: to provide mentoring and educational experiences for students; to be productive in scholarship and practice; and to engage in governance and service to the School of Leadership Studies (SLS) and Fielding Graduate University....

We seek scholar-practitioners who are at least three-years post doctorate from an accredited institution; have taught at the doctoral level and supervised doctoral dissertations; and have an active research program with a record of research/scholarly publications. Candidates who wish to be considered for this doctoral faculty position must be able to show proof of the right to work in the U.S. 

This faculty position has an emphasis in Human Development teaching, practice, and scholarship. Examples of earned doctorates could be in the fields of psychology, human development, sociology, education, anthropology, leadership, coaching, communication, or a related field. Degrees in organization studies and organizational development will also be considered, with knowledge and experience in human development. ...

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Posted 11.16.22: Lecturer, Part-time, Bachelor of Social Work Program, St. John's College of Maine
The Saint Joseph's College Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Program seeks a part-time
per-course non-ordinary faculty member to teach SW 101: Introduction to the
Profession of Social Work on campus for the Spring 2023 semester. The course is
scheduled to be taught in person on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am-11:15am.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Masters degree (MSW) from a CSWE-accredited program. Must have had MSW degree for at least two years
  • Demonstrated mastery of relevant subject areas...
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Posted 11.10.22:  Associate Dean, Office for Institutional Diversity, Educational Developer for Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging, Reed College (OR)

 

The Associate Dean to the Office for Institutional Diversity will design and deliver diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism training and professional development programming to faculty and staff. The Associate Dean will deliver educational programming that fosters strong intergroup communication skills, supports inclusive pedagogical practices, and deepens the capacity of faculty and staff to examine and reform both individual attitudes and actions as well as institutional structures and practices that exacerbate inequities and marginalization. This position reports to the Vice-President and Dean for Institutional Diversity....

Who You Are

  • You have extensive in-depth knowledge of Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) related topics and understanding of racial inequities and challenges faced by racially minoritized and economically disadvantaged groups.
  • You have at least three years in faculty development or educational development related fields with a focus on underrepresented populations in higher education settings.
  • You have experience designing and implementing curriculum.
  • You have demonstrated facilitation and team building skills.
  • You have a Master’s degree or equivalent in a relevant field of study such as education, instructional design, ethnic studies, social justice, or related field....


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Posted 11.10.22:  Multiple Open Faculty Positions,School of Education, Social Work, and Psychological Sciences Dean's office at University of Missouri-Kansas City

• Assistant Professor, Special Education, Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies

 This is a 9-month, benefit-eligible position. The primary responsibilities are to teach undergraduate and graduate courses, advise graduate students and serve on student research committees, conduct an active program of research inclusive of seeking external funding, and participate in professional service activities on campus and with relevant professional organizations. The initial certification programs are practice-based with close ties to the field. Therefore, the candidate will also have the opportunity to collaborate closely with PK-12 schools and other community-serving organizations throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area, including opportunities to teach courses in PK12 settings. We seek candidates who engage with principles and themes of diversity, equity, inclusion, cultural responsiveness, social justice, and globalism in their teaching, research, and service. ...

• Assistant Professor, Math Education, Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies
 This is a 9-month, benefit-eligible position.The candidate will also have the opportunity to collaborate closely with PK-12 schools and other community-serving organizations throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area, including opportunities to teach courses in PK12 settings. We seek candidates who engage with principles and themes of diversity, equity, inclusion, cultural responsiveness, social justice, and globalism in their teaching, research, and service....
 
• Assistant Professor, Early Childhood Education, Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies

 This is a 9-month, benefit-eligible position. Although the area of expertise is open, we are particularly excited about candidates with interest in early mathematics and/or STEM education. The primary responsibilities are to teach undergraduate and graduate courses, advise graduate students and serve on student research committees, conduct an active program of research inclusive of seeking external funding, and participate in professional service activities on campus and with relevant professional organizations. The initial certification programs are practice-based with close ties to the field. Therefore, the candidate will also have the opportunity to collaborate closely with PK-12 schools and other community-serving organizations throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area, including opportunities to teach courses in PK12 settings. We seek candidates who engage with principles and themes of diversity, equity, inclusion, cultural responsiveness, social justice, and globalism in their teaching, research, and service. ...

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Posted 11.5.22:  Assistant Professor, Reading Education Program, University of Central Florida

... The Reading Education program is in the College of Community Innovation and Education (CCIE) which serves K-12 programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels both online and on campus. The Master of Reading Education is an online program approved by the Florida Department of Education. The program is housed in the School of Teacher Education, which is ranked a Top 100 Best Education School by U.S. News & World Report. For more information about the program and school visit https://www.ucf.edu/degree/reading-education-med/.

... The selected candidate will contribute to the School of Teacher Education’s mission by teaching reading courses both online and on campus that support K-12 undergraduate and graduate programs. Additionally, all faculty members have student advising responsibilities, are required to engage in scholarship, and provide service at the department, college, university, state, regional, national, and international levels. Responsibilities also include actively recruiting, supervising, and mentoring students; ongoing undergraduate and graduate program development and implementation; development of university/school partnerships; assisting with accreditation, and other duties as assigned....

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Posted 11.5.22:  Assistant Professor of Teacher Education (2 positions available), Department of Teacher Education, University of California–Bakersfield

Deadline: Applications are due on December 1th, 2022; Position will remain open until filled. Cluster Hire: California State University, Bakersfield (CSU Bakersfield) is committed to building a campus community in which diversity, equity, and inclusion are centered in our mission, decisions, and all aspects of university life. This tenure-track position is part of a cluster hire dedicated to attracting faculty who will engage in teaching, scholarship, and service focused on social justice and minoritized communities. Candidates selected through this cluster hire will receive enhanced faculty support, including professional development, mentoring, and additional funding for scholarship, travel, and course development.

This cluster hire includes new faculty positions in the following disciplines:
• Public Health, School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering
• Mathematics, School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering
• Ethnic Studies, School of Social Sciences & Education
• Liberal Studies, School of Social Sciences & Education
• Political Science, School of Social Sciences & Education
• Teacher Education, School of Social Sciences and Education (2 positions)
• Management & Marketing, School of Business & Public Administration (2 positions)
• Library and Information Science, Walter W. Stiern Library...

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Posted 11.5.22:  Multiple Open Positions in the Arts
 
  • Director, North Vancouver Museum and Archives
    ... The Director will be responsible for bringing visionary leadership to the North Vancouver Museum and Archives. The Director will manage all aspects of museum planning and operations, as well as ensure the organisation’s continuing financial success. Multi-stakeholder engagement is key for this position, where the Director must balance the needs of the residents of North Vancouver and visitors to the area, with the expectations of the municipal governments and local First Nations communities. 

  • Executive Director- California Association of Museums

    ...The Executive Director will have overall administrative responsibility for CAM in pursuit of its mission. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will serve as the main spokesperson for the association, fostering connections with museum professionals and museums across the state of California, as well as advocating for museums with civic leaders and members of the Californian legislature. The Executive Director will provide strategic leadership, administrative guidance, and lead fundraising and marketing efforts. They will guide, mentor, and develop a small but dedicated team of staff, and be committed to the values of diversity, equity, access, and inclusion....

  • Chief Marketing Officer- Overture Center for the Arts, (WI)
    ... As a member of Overture’s Executive Leadership Team, the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) will provide strategic guidance in all aspects of communications and marketing, including ticketing and audience development. This forward-thinking individual will oversee branding and the building of a strategic plan for the marketing and communications teams. They will have a deep understanding of current technologies in marketing and ticketing, as well as the skill to utilize data and the digital realm to enhance the work of their teams. They will build a connection with staff that supports event success and the overall success of this fast-paced and ambitious organization. The CMO will have a deep appreciation for and understanding of the arts, in particular the varied presentations at the Overture Center, and will champion the ongoing improvement of the Overture Center’s communication and marketing efforts, to support the organization’s long-term growth and success. ...
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Posted 11.4.22:  Chairperson, Department of Counseling & Psychology, Tennessee Technological University
 
 Through inclusive relationship building, the purpose of the chair is to lead the department and its energetic and engaged community of educator-scholars into the future by strategically identifying and fostering areas for additional growth, innovation, and partnership. Provide leadership to the Department of Counseling and Psychology in setting and achieving goals and objectives that fulfill the department’s mission and align with the strategic priorities of the college and university....

Initial screening begins Jan 1, 2023; open until filled. Tennessee Tech is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
 
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Posted 11.4.22:  Director of Teacher Education, St. Norbert College (WI)

 

St. Norbert College invites applications for a tenure track associate or full professor position with an appointment as Director of the Teacher Education discipline/department. This position is a 12-month, tenured faculty position with a start date as early as January 2023, and as late as May 2023....

The Director of Teacher Education is a faculty-engaged leadership position with teaching responsibilities in one or more of these areas of expertise: Math education/methods, Exceptionalities/Special Education, and Multilingual Learners (“English as a Second Language”). We seek candidates who can support the Teacher Education and the College’s Core Curriculum programs. The discipline seeks a visionary, transformational, strategic, and facilitative colleague. This leader will foster an inclusive and collaborative environment. The Director provides administrative leadership and serves as the primary program representative to various internal and external constituencies, including the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction....

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Posted 11.4.22:   Dean of Graduate Studies, Concordia University (Quebec, Canada)


Concordia University invites expressions of interest, nominations, and applications for the position of Dean of Graduate Studies, with the appointment to be effective by a mutually agreeable date in 2023....

Located in the heart of vibrant, multicultural Montréal on two distinct campuses, Concordia is the top-ranked university in North America founded within the last 50 years. With some 51,000 students and more than 7,000 faculty and staff, Concordia is a highly diverse community with an innovative approach to experiential learning and cross-functional research. Over the past decade, Concordia has invested significantly to renew its faculty, improve and expand its infrastructure, and create state-of-the-art facilities for teaching, learning, and research. Concordia’s research profile continues to grow as it fosters multidisciplinary approaches to finding solutions to a broad range of societal challenges....

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Posted 11.2.22:  Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Educational Studies - Global Multicultural Education & TESOL,  University of Wisconsin–LaCrosse

The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Department of Educational Studies seeks to hire an Assistant Professor with expertise in global education foundations, multicultural education, and teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) instruction for a full-time tenure-track position, to begin August 28, 2023. The successful candidate will be a member of a diverse department that serves early childhood education, elementary/middle education, special education (K-12), and TESOL (K-12) programs.

We seek an educator and scholar who actively connects theory and practice in the classroom, advances the field of teacher education, and brings a current understanding of pedagogical best practices to their teaching, scholarship, and service. Candidates with expertise in global education foundations, multicultural education, and TESOL and who have experience teaching courses with culturally, linguistically, and economically diverse students are strongly encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate is an exemplary educator who brings a demonstrated passion for pursuing educational equity and social justice to their work as a teacher educator. UWL’s School of Education is committed to preparing globally responsive teachers who are grounded in a strong academic curriculum that is linked to world events, geography, world cultures, and diverse perspectives. Courses taught will include, but are not limited to School, Society, and Teachers (EDS 203), Multicultural Education (EDS 206), Teaching Global Perspectives across the Curriculum (EDS 309), and Educating Multilingual Learners (TSL 250).

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Posted 11.2.22:  Executive Director, Levitt Pavilion–Denver (CO)
 

Levitt Pavilion Denver (LPD) is a grand social initiative that harnesses the power of live music and the performing arts as an outdoor venue to transform audiences into neighbors that share a love for culture and community. LPD finds common ground between people who vary in class, race, and socioeconomic status beyond its free programs and events. ...

LPD’s states its mission is “to bridge cultural gaps and to find ways to heal schisms, erase divisions, and embrace differences in the communities we serve. We believe that nothing brings people together better than music; to truly build and revitalize communities around it, it has to be accessible to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay.” ...

... The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the organization's consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives. Partnership and communication are key to collaboration between the board, the Executive Director, and the community. While the performing arts are an important part of the arts and culture sector, the Executive Director of LPD will leverage the communal power of free live performances to bring together diverse audiences for social impact. ...

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Posted 11.2.22:  Academic Unit Head,  Department of Social Work, James Madison University (VA)

James Madison University (JMU) invites applications for the position of Academic Unit Head for the Department of Social Work in the College of Health and Behavioral Studies (CHBS). We seek a visionary, collaborative, and inclusive leader who has demonstrated leadership in social work education, including excellence in teaching, program administration, and a record of scholarship. The successful candidate will provide leadership for the Department of Social Work within the context of James Madison University's national prominence and recent R2 Carnegie Classification. The College of Heath and Behavioral Studies (CHBS) is working to identify and dismantle oppressive racist and discriminatory policies, practices, and processes while advancing inclusive excellence and promoting a CHBS culture in which every member can flourish. We are especially interested in qualified candidates with a demonstrated commitment towards building equitable and inclusive environments.

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Posted 11.2.22: Two Open Faculty Positions, School of Education, University of Washington–Tacoma


Assistant Teaching Professor of School Psychology/Critical Multiculturalism
Deadline: Nov 23, 2022 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time
The University of Washington Tacoma’s School of Education announces an opening for a nine-month fulltime,
100% FTE, non-tenure-track Assistant Teaching Professor of School Psychology/Critical Multiculturalism faculty appointment to start with us in the 2023-2024 academic year. This position will demonstrate commitment to the preparation of pre-service school psychologists in a program that has a national reputation for promoting antiracism, decolonization, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of our work. The expected start date is September 16, 2023.

• Assistant Professor of Critical K-8 Literacy Education
Deadline Nov 30, 2022 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time
The University of Washington Tacoma’s School of Education announces an opening for a nine-month full-
time, 100% FTE, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Critical K-8/Elementary Literacy Education faculty
appointment to start in the 2023-2024 academic year. This position will demonstrate commitment to
teacher education focused on the preparation of pre-service teachers in reading and critical literacy in a
program that promotes antiracism, decolonialism, equity, justice, and inclusion in all aspects of our work.
The expected start date is September 16, 2023.

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Posted 11.2.22: Dean, Faculty of Science, University of Waterloo (ON, Canada)

The University of Waterloo invites applications, nominations, and expressions of interest for the position of Dean, Faculty of Science, with the appointment to be effective July 1, 2023. This is an exciting opportunity to lead a Faculty that is a global leader and preferred destination for world-class research, innovation, entrepreneurial activities, and co-operative education. The Faculty is shaping the future through understanding our planet and the universe, sustainably developing natural resources, protecting our water, and improving the health of Canadians....

The successful candidate for Dean, Faculty of Science will be an accomplished leader with strong achievements in teaching, innovative and interdisciplinary research, and community engagement who will be appointed as a full Professor within one of the Faculty’s Departments/Schools. With proven academic leadership experience and a record of building strong teams, the new Dean will possess an open and collegial style, a creative approach to problem solving, and outstanding management, communication, and interpersonal skills. The ability to relate successfully to a range of internal and external partners, promote and amplify the Faculty’s strengths to external stakeholders, and to identify and generate new sources of funding will be required. Committed to the success of students, staff, and faculty, the new Dean will be able to promote excellence, equity, diversity, and inclusion and ensure a focus on wellness and student success....

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Posted 11.2.22:   Associate Director of the Center for Service & Global Citizenship,  Deerfield Academy (MA)

Deerfield Academy announces a search for an Associate Director of the Center for Service and Global Citizenship to start as soon as possible or Fall 2023. Deerfield’s Center for Service and Global Citizenship (CSGC) strives to prepare student leaders for a rapidly changing world that requires global understanding, environmental stewardship, and dedication to service. The Associate Director would join a dynamic and interdisciplinary team working collaboratively to design anddeliver high impact experiential education programming with a focus on sustainability education, service and community engagement, and global education. We’re looking for someone who cares deeply about student development in these areas, works effectively with colleagues, is committed to developing an inclusive community, and driven to effect positive change through creative, collaborative and practical problem solving. ...

Diversity is essential to Deerfield’s success. Diverse perspectives within our school population fuel creative and innovative thinking, build empathy and consideration, and provide varied skills and experiences from which the entire community can benefit. Deerfield actively seeks candidates who are members of or support traditionally underrepresented groups, especially in terms of race, sexual orientation, and educational background. ...

Job Responsibilities: 

• Collaborate with a dynamic CSGC team to maintain current programs and design new opportunities to develop student leadership, global engagement, environmental stewardship, and a dedication to service. 
• Manage service programming for students, deepening connections with community partners while ensuring high impact student learning and community engagement; 
• Oversee extracurricular efforts to engage students with topics of sustainability and environmental stewardship. ...
 
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Posted 11.2.22:  Counselor, Deerfield Academy (MA)
 

Deerfield Academy seeks a Counselor to start on December 1, 2022. We are looking for a counselor who cares deeply about the welfare of our students, works collaboratively with colleagues, is committed to developing and participating in an inclusive community, and is enthusiastic about working with students in a residential setting. We are actively seeking to increase the diversity of our faculty. ...

 Job Responsibilities: 

  • • The primary responsibility is to provide support and psychotherapy to our student body and their families through individual, family, and group modalities. 
  • • Counselors also provide mental health programming and outreach; consult with faculty; have regular on-call shifts; provide crisis assessment and intervention; and support peer counselors, proctors, and other student groups. 
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Posted 11.2.22:  Financial Aid Associate, St. John's College of Maine

...The Financial Aid Associate supports the Student Financial Services Department by:
  • Assisting with the administration of financial aid
  • Ensuring policy and procedure compliance with state and federal regulations
  • Supporting student recruitment and retention
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
  • Manage the processing of all outside scholarships
  • Serve as back-up to the Senior Program Assistant in the verification of selected files assigned by the federal government
  • Serve as back-up to the Senior Program Assistant in the processing of loan programs and coordinating the Federal Work Study program...
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Posted 10.26.22:  Bilingual/Bicultural Teacher, Lincoln Elementary School, Whitewater Unified School District (WI)
 

$3,000 SIGNING BONUS: The Whitewater Unified School District is seeking a motivated and qualified Bilingual/Bicultural teacher for Lincoln Elementary School. The successful candidate must hold ESL Teacher (#395) DPI certification and hold or be able to obtain a Bilingual/Bicultural License (#390) and meet the following requirements: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OsUj7x2NLCyupIUWzDAE88sJFYiIUaB2uVAI9YP6cMM/

...Applicants can apply through WECAN: https://wecan.waspa.org/Vacancy/158491

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Posted 10.24.22:  Assistant/Associate Professor of Social Work, Rutgers University (NJ)

 

Rutgers University School of Arts & Sciences-Newark Department of Social Work invites candidates to apply for a tenure-line, Assistant or Associate Professor of Social Work position to begin September 1, 2023. This hire is a part of the Rutgers University President’s Strategic Faculty Diversity Hiring Initiative. 

We are seeking candidates whose areas of scholarship focus on Hispanic, Latino/Latina, and/or Latinx communities and the complex interconnections between marginalization and issues of social justice, structural injustice and access to basic needs, such as medical and mental health care, education, and housing. Other areas of specific interest could include refugee and asylum policy and practice; substance use/abuse/treatment issues; LGBTQ-specific vulnerabilities; cross-cultural and -country collaborations, health and mental health risk and outcome disparities; and, the biological, psychological, political, and social impacts of U.S. immigration policy on challenges faced by both documented and undocumented immigrants at the micro, mezzo, and macro levels. ...

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Posted 10.24.22: Director of Human Resources, Harvard-Westlake School (CA)

Harvard-Westlake School is the result of the 1989 merger of two outstanding, single-gender Los Angeles day schools: Harvard School, established in 1900, and Westlake School for Girls, founded in 1904. Full coeducational instruction and programs began in 1991. Harvard-Westlake operates on two stunning campuses, the middle school campus in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles and the upper school campus in Studio City. Each campus features remarkable academic resources, visual arts and performing arts spaces, and athletic facilities. Harvard-Westlake enrolls approximately 1,600 students in grades seven through twelve. The school has over 300 full-time employees, plus an even greater number of part-time and seasonal employees, all of whom are bright, caring, passionate colleagues and thought partners....

The major areas of focus for the HR department currently include: employment facilitation and engagement, oversight of compensation and benefits programs, compliance, and policy development and administration. The Director is a member of the 13-person business office, three of whom comprise the HR team for the school. Two HR professionals – an HR Generalist and a Benefits Administrator – report to the Director of HR, together creating a workplace where every employee can thrive....

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Posted 10.24.22:  Production Manager, South Coast Repertory  (CA)
 

South Coast Repertory (SCR) was founded on the belief that theatre has the unique power to illuminate the human experience. SCR is committed to exploring urgent human and social issues of this time, and to blending literature, design and performance in ways that test the bounds of theatre’s artistic possibilities. It advances the art of theatre in service of its community and aims to extend that service through educational, intercultural, and community engagement programs that harmonize with its artistic mission....

The Production Manager for South Coast Repertory is a member of the executive staff and is directly responsible to the Artistic Director and the Managing Director. The Production Manager functions as the supervisor for all areas of production including long-range and season planning and scheduling, budgeting, allocating resources, contracting employees and designers, monitoring progress of all production elements while maintaining high standards for all productions. The Production Manager facilitates the overall production process, overseeing the day-to-day operation of the following departments: Scenery, Props, Scenic Art, Costumes, Electrics, Wigs, Hair and Make-up, Audio/Video, and Stage Management. ...

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Posted 10.24.22:  Multiple Openings, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Lecturer

The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) seeks applicants for a lecturer in the Humanities, Computing and Design program beginning in spring of 2022-2023 or fall of 2023-2024 academic year. This position will join a multi-and interdisciplinary faculty in a growing major.
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Lecturer
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The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) seeks applicants for a lecturer in the Humanities, Computing and Design program beginning in spring of 2022-2023 or fall of 2023-2024 academic year. We are especially interested in candidates using digital technologies, platforms, computational methods and creative practices that cross disciplines and examine issues of contemporary, social importance in many forms and modalities.

Assistant Professor
The Saunders College of Business invites applications for one tenure-track faculty position in Economics, at the Assistant or Associate level. Responsibilities include teaching PhD-level econometrics courses, graduate/undergraduate economics courses and publishing high-quality scholarly research. Additional responsibilities could include teaching basic finance courses. 
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Director School of Information
We are seeking a proven leader with experience in information technology, artificial intelligence, data science, human-computer interaction, application development technologies, health informatics, or other related areas of computing and information sciences; a track record of funded research; a commitment to interdisciplinary and collaborative work; and demonstrated ability to manage an academic unit.
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Assistant Professor
The School of Communication at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for an Assistant Professor/Tenure-track position with an emphasis on community-engaged journalism and social change. The successful candidate may teach some of the following courses: Data Journalism, Multiplatform Production and Publishing, Opinion Media and Communication for Social Change.
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Visiting Lecturer
The School of Chemistry and Materials Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for a temporary visiting lecturer position to begin in January 2023. This is a one-year temporary position with the possibility of continuation in the following academic year.
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Assistant Professor
The Departments of Criminal Justice and Public Policy at Rochester Institute of Technology invite applicants for a tenure track Assistant Professor position. Start date for the position is August 2023.  Potential candidates must have a Ph.D. in criminal justice, criminology, public policy, or a related field.
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Posted 10.19.22:  Dean of Faculty, The Bay School (CA)

The Bay School, a national leader in secondary education, invites nominations and applications for the next Dean of Faculty. Bay prides itself on balancing challenging academics and innovative thinking with a mindful approach to learning and life. The School’s 100 faculty and staff (known collectively at Bay as “staffulty”) share the goal of seeing the School’s 440 students unlock their individual and collective potential so they begin to realize their roles in a dynamic world....

The ideal candidate for the next Dean of Faculty will have a comprehensive understanding of the field teaching and learning, particularly in the progressive educational space, and a demonstrated willingness to explore and embrace new pedagogical practices, technologies, and developing trends. This position requires a leader with a deep sense of emotional intelligence; confident and competent, with a strong collaborative style of leadership; one who understands the subtleties of coaching and motivating individuals and groups. Additionally, this role demands a high level of cultural competence and commitment to diversity, equity, belonging, and social justice both in the approach to the work and in the building of relationships with students, faculty, and other community members....

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Posted 10.18.22:  Middle School Principal, Colorado Academy

Situated on a stunning campus at the foot of the Rockies, Colorado Academy (CA) is an independent day
school in southwest Denver serving over 1,030 students from across the Denver metropolitan area. CA is
one of only a few independent schools in the Denver metro area with a Pre-Kindergarten through grade
12 configuration....

The Middle School Principal is responsible for all aspects of the program and personnel of the Middle
School and oversees every facet of the division’s daily operations, working in tandem with the
experienced and dynamic Lower and Upper School Principals. The Middle School Principal will hold
comprehensive responsibility for all curricular and co-curricular activities involving students and faculty in
Grades 6-8, in support of the School’s mission and philosophy....

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Posted 10.18.22:  Associate Director, TRIO Upward Bound, University of New Hampshire
 

UNH Upward Bound is looking for a dynamic, student-centered, professional to join our team as the Associate Director. Under the general direction of the Director of Upward Bound, the Associate Director is responsible for assisting the Director with all aspects of the administration of the Upward Bound Program. This includes providing academic and career counseling for eligible students; partnering with target schools on recruitment and programming; developing the academic year curriculum and coordinating the academic year program including Saturday Academies, tutoring, and college/cultural trips; providing direct supervision of academic year advisors and tutor-mentors; assisting with planning and supervision of Summer Academy residential and Bridge programs and staff; maintaining social media platforms for student and family engagement and digital resources; and providing data collection, evaluation, and grant writing support in compliance with the federal grant....

... Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Priority will be given to applications received by Oct 31, 2022.

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Posted 10.15.22:  Multiple Openings School of Education, University of Memphis (TN)

The College of Education, Department of Instruction and Curriculum Leadership is seeking to add a collaborative and innovative colleague[s] for [5] full-time, nine (9) month, tenure-track faculty positions...  at the University of Memphis. The applicant's instruction, service, and research should demonstrate commitment to and experience with {1) learning analytics, (2) diversity, equity, and Inclusion to promote effective learning; {3) culturally relevant and sustaining practice; and (4) comprehensive and sustained professional growth opportunities to enhance professional practices involving diverse populations. The successful candidate will start August 21, 2023....

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Posted 10.13.22:  Two Openings, Assistant/Associate Professors,  Education Department, Cal Poly Pomona

• Assistant Professor – Single Subject/Secondary Education 
The Department of Education seeks an energetic scholar-practitioner who can teach credential courses, supervise teacher candidates in the field, advise credential, MA, and EdD candidates, and serve the department, college, university, community, and profession, along with maintaining a scholarly agenda. Applicants are expected to have experience in the academic preparation of ethnically, linguistically, and socioeconomically diverse students as well as understand culturally responsive instruction of students with disabilities.... 

• Assistant/Associate Professor Multiple Subject/Elementary Education

The Department of Education seeks an energetic scholar-practitioner who can teach credential courses, supervise teacher candidates in the field, advise credential, MA, and EdD candidates, and serve the department, college, university, community, and profession, along with maintaining a scholarly agenda. Applicants are expected to have experience in the academic preparation of ethnically, linguistically, and socioeconomically diverse students as well as understand culturally responsive instruction of students with disabilities. ...

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Posted 10.13.22:  Dean, John H. Lounsbury College of Education, Georgia College

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 The successful candidate should be student-centered, demonstrate success in donor support, and have a strong commitment to building relationships and developing an inclusive community.

The Dean will be an engaging and innovative leader that can foster academic excellence through faculty development, pedagogical innovation, scholarly research, and creative endeavors. An excellent administrator, creative and entrepreneurial, the Dean will serve the needs of the community by creating and sustaining partnerships with external entities, including school districts and other employers. The Dean will encourage and support a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment; and, through collaboration, maximize the opportunities presented by the Georgia College Early College, the Sandra Dunagan Deal Center for Early Language and Literacy, and the Georgia College Montessori Academy at the Early Learning Center. The Dean will advance graduate education by engaging in efforts to support the recruitment, enrollment, and retention of students in the graduate programs and online graduate certificates offered by the College....

For more information, please contact Dr. Eric Tenbus, Search Committee Chair, and see the posting, Dean, College of Education Posting 250284 that will be available and accepting applications until November 20, 2022.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE
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Posted 10.13.22:  Two Faculty Openings, School of Music, Tennessee Tech University

• Assistant Professor of Music Education
 The School of Music at Tennessee Tech University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Music Education, beginning August 2023. The ideal candidate will have K-12 and university teaching experience, knowledge of major philosophical and pedagogical approaches in music education, and a documented record of research or scholarly/creative activity in the field of music education.  Candidates should embrace both traditional and innovative approaches to pedagogy, and priority will be given to candidates with an expertise in general music education. 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
 
• Assistant Professor of Horn
 The School of Music at Tennessee Tech University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Horn, beginning August 2023. The Assistant Professor of Horn will be expected to teach and oversee the horn studio. Duties include teaching applied horn, horn ensemble, and related coursework such as repertoire class, supervised teaching, and literature and pedagogy. Additional teaching duties include the areas of music theory, ear training, music appreciation or other courses, which will be assigned depending on departmental needs and the candidate's expertise. Other duties include rehearsing and performing with the resident faculty brass quintet (the Brass Arts Quintet), the resident faculty wind quintet (the Cumberland Quintet) and as principal horn of the resident Bryan Symphony Orchestra....
 
 
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Posted 10.11.22:  Tenure-Track Assistant/Associate Professor, Social Studies Education with a Focus on Race, Equity, and Culture, School of Education, University of Delaware
 

The School of Education at the University of Delaware invites applications for a Tenure Track Assistant/Associate Professor position in Social Studies Education with a Focus on Race, Equity, and Culture to begin on September 1, 2023. The ideal candidate’s scholarship focuses on the intersections of race, culture, and schooling, broadly defined. We are particularly interested in applicants who take an interdisciplinary approach to research in educational equity and diversity. The ideal candidate should also be an outstanding teacher educator who demonstrates a commitment to teaching social studies methods in ways that foster meaningful learning, racial literacy and equity, engaged civic participation, and democratic decision making....
 

Required Qualifications:

  • A doctoral degree in education, teacher education, social studies or history education, or a related field by start date is required. In addition, the ideal candidate will exhibit the following qualities:
  • Has or has the potential for a coherent and robust research program on social studies education or related areas, such as, but not limited to, civics, sociology, history, anthropology, racial literacy, culturally responsive teacher education, or urban education
  • Evidence of a commitment to excellent teaching
  • Research, teaching, outreach, or program experience with or in PK-12 settings....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
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Posted 10.6.22:  Director of the Equity and Justice Institute, Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences (CA)
 
Crossroads School (Santa Monica, CA) has always been on the forefront of educating youth for engaged leadership in the wider community, and the School recently formalized and elevated its equity and justice programs to a new level. In an attempt to further our commitment to helping to foster, systemic social change, Crossroads School launched a new hallmark program in 2018: The Equity & Justice Institute....

... The Director of the Equity and Justice Institute (“Director”) serves as an important leader in formalizing and elevating the School’s ongoing work in equity and justice programs and partnerships. The Director serves on the senior administrative team and is a highly visible presence within the school community, engaging individually and collectively with students, faculty, staff, and the greater community. The Director will be a significant external presence, building and strengthening the School’s role in neighborhood, regional, and global partnerships, while simultaneously collaborating closely with the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion to ensure that the work of both programs are complementing and supporting each other.
 
A strategic thought leader with strong implementation and collaborative skills, the Director is an experienced community organizer who understands how to leverage institutional resources to successfully achieve mission-related goals with respect to issues of equity and justice. The Institute will be the primary catalyst for Crossroads students, staff, families, alumni, nonprofits, and the community to work together in order to have a more significant impact on issues facing our local and global community....

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Posted 10.6.22:  Assistant Professor of Saxophone, University of Nebraska–Omaha

The University of Nebraska at Omaha seeks a dynamic performer and educator to teach applied classical saxophone, applied jazz saxophone, and courses in music theory including commercial music theory at the rank of Assistant Professor. Anticipated start date is August 14, 2023. The recruitment, retention, and mentorship of saxophone students will be an important part of the successful candidate’s role.

The School of Music, one of three schools within the College of Communication, Fine Arts, and Media, is located in its own performing arts complex. The School just completed an expansion and renovation in February 2019 which includes a brand-new recital hall and state of the art recording studio. Phase II of the expansion is currently underway with the addition of two new classrooms. With a faculty of 45, the School enrolls approximately 244 students and offers the Bachelor of Music degree with concentrations in Music Education and Performance; the Bachelor of Arts degree with concentrations in Music Studies, Music Technology, Jazz, and Entrepreneurship; and the Master of Music degree with concentrations in Conducting, Music Education, and Performance....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
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Posted 10.6.22:  Assistant/Associate ProfessorAssessment Learning and Student Success EdD Program,  Middle Tennessee State University
 

The College of Education at Middle Tennessee State University invites applicants for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position at the rank of assistant/associate professor. The start date for the position is August 1, 2023. The position is contingent upon funding.

The successful candidate will support the Assessment Learning and Student Success EdD Program, particularly its Higher Education Concentration and the College of Education. In addition, the successful candidate will teach graduate courses. Assignments may include teaching in off-campus, weekend,online, and cohort graduate programs. Responsibilities include teaching courses, chairing higher education dissertations, serving on dissertation committees, and designing online courses for the College of Education to be delivered in related programs. The successful candidate is also expected to maintain an active research agenda in higher education scholarship.

Required Education
Earned terminal degree in Higher Education or a closely related field

Required Related Experience
Three (3) years of higher education administrative experience..

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

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Posted 10.6.22:  Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Secondary Education, Providence College (RI)

...Essential Duties
Candidates for this position should be willing to teach a wide-range of courses and provide clinical supervision to students aspiring to be future secondary school teachers. Courses to be taught include secondary-level teaching methods with clinical practicum, special education with clinical practicum, urban education, and student teaching supervision. Additional teaching responsibilities to be determined. Further, faculty in our department are expected to participate in departmental and college activities and events. 
 
Education and Experience Required
Applicants are required to have a minimum of a master’s degree in education, doctorate degree preferred, relevant experience in secondary-level education, a strong record of teaching and supervising undergraduate secondary education majors, and be able to foster an inclusive, collaborative atmosphere among students and faculty....

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Posted 10.6.22:  Coaching Positions, The Archer School for Girls
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Posted 10.1.22: Multiple Openings, St. Joseph's College of Maine

• Assistant Professor of Psychology for Fall 2023
The Department of Psychology at Saint Joseph’s College of Maine invites applications for a tenure-track position at the level of assistant professor with specialization in Developmental Psychology, beginning Fall 2023. The successful candidate must have evidence of potential for scholarship and excellence in teaching. The candidate must be able to teach a variety of undergraduate courses within their specialization, and preference will be given to candidates who can also teach foundational classes in Biological Psychology. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. from an APA-accredited program in psychology. Applicants who are ABD will also be considered with evidence that they will complete their Ph.D. by the date of employment....

• Assistant Professor
Saint Joseph’s College invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position in the Education Department. This position includes teaching, service to the college and professional scholarship. We are specifically seeking candidates with expertise in Literacy, the ability to teach reading methods courses and expertise in Special Education. Other responsibilities will include but are not limited to academic advising, guiding student research, and assisting in the supervision of off-campus clinical placements.

• Staff Accountant
The Staff Account 1 supports the office of Finance and Administration by being responsible for various financial reporting functions; assisting with various reporting and compliance; and supporting internal controls.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
• Preparing and processing month-end close journal entries
• Preparing, compiling and maintaining monthly reconciliations supporting the financial statements
• Compiling Federal draw request amounts for Grants and Direct Loans; performing monthly reconciliations between Financial Aid reports (COD), general ledger and amounts drawn (G5) ensuring strict compliance with Federal regulations
 

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Posted 10.1.22:  Director of Equity & Community Life, The Hewitt School (NY)

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The Hewitt School is an independent school serving approximately 500 girls in grades K-12 on New York City’s Upper East Side. Founded in 1920, The Hewitt School inspires girls and young women to become game changers and ethical leaders who forge an equitable, sustainable, and joyous future....


Director of Equity and Community Life will oversee school-wide initiatives for equity and justice to advance and build sustaining programs. The director staffs the Board of Trustees’ Equity and Community Life Committee, provides individual and community support, and develops new programs and initiatives that will ensure systemic and structural support for the Hewitt community. In addition, the director will serve as a school-wide resource for students, faculty, staff, parents, and trustees regarding diversity, equity, and belonging....

The Hewitt School seeks candidates who are confident and passionate educators with a talent for establishing partnerships with a wide range of constituencies, high emotional intelligence, deft communication skills, broad knowledge of child development across various age groups, and a collaborative approach to this work. A Bachelor’s degree or comparable experience is required; an advanced degree is preferred....

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Posted 10.1.22:  Director of Student Services, 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... The Director of Student Services shall assist the Superintendent and administrative team in providing leadership, vision and strategic direction and program development to achieve and maintain the best possible educational programs and services for all students with across-the-board consistency and continuity when meeting individual student needs and enhancing programs and services. The Director will provide leadership for total operations and outcomes for school counseling, student assistance, special education, gifted education, psychological services, and health services....

Minimum Requirements
• Master’s Degree in Education, Special Education, or Human Development required.
• Advanced Degree in Education, Special Education, or Human Development preferred.
• Five years’ experience in Educational Administration, including Building Level Administration
preferred....

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Posted 10.1.22:  Assistant Professor of Practice (Clinical Coordinator), Counselor Education Program,  Virginia Tech


The Virginia Tech School of Education is seeking a colleague to join the Counselor Education Program who will contribute to our vision of preparing professional counselors and leaders in the counseling field. We invite applications for an Assistant Professor of Practice (non-tenure track) position on a 12-month appointment in our CACREP-accredited program. Primary responsibilities will include teaching clinical (e.g. Practicum and Internship) and content courses, providing clinical and administrative supervision, arranging placements for CMHC and School Counseling students, and overseeing the day-to-day activities of the Counselor Education Clinic. Our long-term goals include expanding the offerings of the Counselor Education Clinic, which serves an important role in outreach with underserved communities and populations. The Clinical Coordinator will typically teach a 3:3 load, with an additional summer course. 

The successful candidate will be responsible for instruction, clinical supervision, and advising of master’s and doctoral students. The master’s degree program includes School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling tracks....

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