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Posted 1.13.21:  Open Faculty Positions, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

•  Dean, College of Liberal Arts (5480BR)
https://www.rit.edu/liberalarts/dean-search
The College of Liberal Arts (CLA) is starting the search for its next dean. It is anticipated that the search committee will submit its recommendations to the provost and senior vice president for Academic Affairs by the end of March and that a new dean will be in place for the start of academic year 2021-22. RIT has retained Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm, to assist in this recruitment. All inquiries, nominations, and applications with cover letters should be submitted in confidence to the search firm. Applications and recommendations are due by March 31, 2021. Review of applicant materials: December 2020 – April 2021
 
•  Lecturer, University Writing Program (5448BR)
http://careers.rit.edu/faculty Keyword Search: 5448BR
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 late August 2021. This is a renewable position, with a 4/4 teaching load and service in the UWP. Competitive salary with full-time benefits. Materials are due to the committee by 3/5/2021. Review will begin immediately after the deadline.
 


Posted 1.13.21:  Senior Vice President, Finance & Administration, Arts Consulting Group


Arts Consulting Group (ACG) is the leading provider of hands-on interim management, executive search, revenue enhancement, strategic planning & community engagement, facilities & program planning, and other capacity building services for the arts and culture industry. Founded in 1997, ACG is a full-service firm that effectively works with a wide range of nonprofit organizations, universities, government agencies, and for-profit entities that operate in the creative industries. The firm takes a contemporary approach to client challenges and opportunities focused on growing institutions, advancing arts and culture, and enhancing communities. ACG senior team members have leadership experience in every type of artistic and cultural discipline and they seamlessly adapt to clients’ rapidly changing strategies, business models, and operating environments....

Position Summary
The Senior Vice President, Finance & Administration (SVP-FA) will be central to effective and timely budgeting, monitoring, reporting, planning, and forecasting. Focus in these areas will also include tracking and projecting consultant utilization and billable fees, contract management, firm operations, and monitoring organizational performance. Reporting to and advising the President, the SVP-FA will engage with the entire team, regularly collaborating with client-facing Senior Vice Presidents (Leadership Transitions, Revenue Enhancement, and Planning & Capacity Building) to develop, set, and monitor financial and operational standards that drive organizational results. This position will assess and implement technologies and human resource methodologies that enable smooth business operations. The SVP-FA will supervise the business office, which includes working closely with outside legal counsel and tax accounting firms to ensure accurate and timely internal reporting and external compliance with state, province, national, and international reporting....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 1.13.21:  Spanish Teacher, St. Paul Academy and Summit School (MN)

St. Paul Academy and Summit School is a coeducational, non-sectarian, college preparatory day school serving over 920 students in kindergarten through grade 12. Located in St. Paul, Minnesota, SPA also draws students from Minneapolis and throughout the surrounding communities. For additional information, please visit our website at www.spa.edu.
 

Position Description:
Candidates should possess the ability to teach young children Spanish language and culture, providing an immersive experience in the target language through multi-modal, differentiated, and responsive instruction. In addition, candidates should demonstrate the ability to create developmentally appropriate curricula, establish a nurturing and engaging classroom environment for all students, and work collaboratively with a teaching partner, various colleagues, and parents/guardians. Candidates should possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, demonstrate strength in the integration of technology to enhance Spanish instruction, and apply knowledge regarding best instructional practices in teaching world languages. Candidates are expected to carry out the mission of SPA, "shaping the minds and hearts of the people who will change the world," to support the vision of the Lower School and to contribute to the life of the school outside of the classroom.

Job Requirements:

BA degree required. Preferred qualifications include native or near-native fluency in Spanish, a Master’s degree in World Language Education, Spanish or other related field....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 1.12.21:  Middle School Faculty Member, World Languages, Ransom Everglades School (FL)
 

Ransom Everglades School is seeking applications for a full time, Middle School Spanish teacher beginning in August 2021. This faculty member will contribute to the development and implementation of our unique Spanish language curriculum. At Ransom Everglades, all middle school students study Spanish in our proficiency-based program offering six levels of Spanish to challenge students of all backgrounds and abilities in Spanish. Students at the highest level of the middle school Spanish program complete the AP Spanish Language and Culture curriculum and exam. Our vision is that all students will attain and demonstrate a level of proficiency after three or more years of studying Spanish, and that many students will study another language (Chinese, French or Portuguese) in the upper school. Thus, many students will graduate from Ransom Everglades able to communicate comfortably and effectively in three languages: English, Spanish, and a third language.

Faculty members contribute to the department’s work developing curriculum and pedagogy and school-wide conversations about interdisciplinary and project-based learning, innovative assessment, and the creative integration of technology in teaching and learning. Candidates should be comfortable with the school’s value for inquiry-based, student-centered learning, emphasis on global perspectives, and ongoing commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Ransom Everglades faculty members are expected to participate in department meetings, student activities, and otherwise be engaged in the life of the school. The search committee will look especially favorably on candidates who are enthusiastic about taking advantage of Miami’s multicultural community and helping the school develop additional experiential and applied learning opportunities in world languages for students.

Previous middle school teaching experience in Spanish is strongly preferred, as are independent school teaching experience, familiarity with proficiency-based curriculum and assessment, the ability to teach a second world language, and strong skills using technology in language education. Applicants must have at least a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish or language education; a Master’s degree in Spanish is strongly preferred.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 1.11.21:  Dean of Student Life, Equity & Inclusion, Archer School for Girls (CA)

... 
The Dean of Student Life, Equity, and Inclusion is a member of the Senior Administrative Team, reports to the Head of School, and works closely with the Associate Head, Upper & Middle School Division Directors, the Class Deans, and the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leadership Team (DEILT) to ensure that all aspects of student life are equitable, inclusive and in service of the wellbeing of each and every student. In particular, the Dean of Student Life, Equity, and Inclusion supervises the Class Deans, the DEILT Chair, and the Outdoor Education, Archer Abroad and Service Learning Coordinators.
 
Archer is seeking a dynamic and collaborative student life professional with a demonstrated record of advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in a mission-driven environment and a deep commitment to supporting and empowering students. Candidates must possess excellent communication and organizational skills and be able to navigate conversations with diplomacy and sensitivity. They must also be creative, curious, lifelong learners who lead by example and inspire others. A minimum of five years working in an educational setting or with adolescents is preferred.
 
For best consideration, please send all nominations and applications by February 1st, 2021.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 1.11.21:  President, Nardin Academy (NY)

... Representing nearly 20 different faiths, Nardin considers itself to be an independent school in the Catholic tradition. Therefore, the Academy’s 168 faculty and staff are committed to providing students with the moral, spiritual and intellectual compass to navigate their lifelong educational journey. Visit nardin.org.

The Academy includes four schools:
  • A boys and girls Montessori (toddlers through grade 3; 100 full-time equivalent students).
  • A boys and girls lower school (kindergarten through grade 4; 112 students).
  • A boys and girls middle school (grades 5 through 8; 135 students); and
  • A high school for young women (grades 9 through 12; 401 students)....
... Position Summary
The incoming President will be responsible for maintaining Nardin’s strong reputation for academic excellence and character development while visioning, nurturing, and building the Academy’s future leadership path within the Western New York Community. The President must have an innate ability to build an engaging, inclusive, proactive, and communicative culture with faculty, staff, students, alumni, parents, and the larger communities.  The new President will work collaboratively with the Board of Trustees (“Board”) and leadership team to strategically lead the Academy by honoring the Nardin tradition and plotting the course to meet the needs of tomorrow.

As the chief executive officer of Nardin Academy, the President works with the Board to develop a strategic plan and vision for the school, and then has the overall responsibility for the implementation of that plan. A three-year strategic plan was approved by the Board in November 2020. In addition, the Board charges the President, as its only direct report, with overseeing the entire scope of the day-to-day operations in a way that directly aligns with the Academy’s mission, values, and vision.  While the senior administrative team works with the President to execute these responsibilities, the President is fully accountable for operational success....

The most pressing criteria among the institutional focus areas includes the ability to drive action through consensus and inclusivity, deliver on new strategic priorities, meet future enrollment challenges, keep alumni consistently engaged, and ensure competitive institutional best practices....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 1.6.21:  Director of People & Culture, The Athenian School (CA)

Become Athenian’s first-ever Director of People and Culture to lead Human Resources and help shape the culture of Athenian. This is a senior-level position reporting directly to the head of school, and the position was created to meet a clear strategic priority....

Reporting to the Head of School and serving on the Head’s Advisory Committee (senior management team), the Director of People & Culture will develop strategies and ensure effective execution of programs and initiatives in talent acquisition, culture change, diversity and inclusion, performance management, talent management and development, employee relations, total rewards and recognition, training, change management, and organizational effectiveness. In support of those efforts, the position requires experience in all core aspects of Human Resources as well as administering and evaluating survey data across constituencies in order to understand the institutional needs regarding the school culture and educational program.
 
The position requires a highly experienced professional with a good understanding of how to lead in a complex environment, strong organizational skills, high emotional intelligence, the ability to collaborate across the organization and build trusting relationships, and prioritize effectively while managing multiple projects.
 
Important qualities and qualifications include change management/organizational leadership skills; experience in strategic HR, especially talent acquisition and management; demonstrated experience influencing Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice work; and an ability to collaborate across internal/external DEIS channels to incorporate and influence organizational change. Strong written and communication skills with clear experience in helping to shape a positive culture and a great place to learn and work...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
Posted 1.6.21:  Director, Middle School, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

... Founded in 1995, Archer is situated on a picturesque, seven-acre campus in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. The Archer School for Girls challenges and inspires 500 girls in grades 6-12 to discover their passions and realize their true potential. Nationally recognized for its innovative school culture, Archer’s program is collaborative, real-world focused, and research-based. Faculty are highly skilled in using brain-based practices to teach girls effectively.

... Archer is seeking a dynamic Middle School Director who will lead a talented faculty in furthering Archer’s model of innovative teaching and curriculum, support students who are accustomed to exercising leadership and collaborate closely with faculty and administration. Candidates will find a highly engaged group of teachers, students, and parents who are passionate about Archer’s mission and eager to work with the Upper School Director to take the Middle School to the next level of programmatic innovation.
 
In conjunction with the Associate Head and Upper School Director, the Middle School Director will oversee approximately 70 teachers, most of whom have advanced degrees and all of whom are committed to excellence in teaching and learning. The Middle School Director will share a deep commitment to girls’ education and reflect the School’s commitment to the values expressed in its mission and honor code: empathy, integrity, and responsibility. ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
Posted 1.5.21:  K-12 Teaching and Administration Jobs + Diversity Hiring Event, Carney, Sandoe & Associates
 
Carney, Sandoe & Associates, an educational recruitment firm, is currently seeking experienced Teachers and Administrators to fill positions at the K-12 private and independent schools we work with across the country.
 
Our job placement service is free to job seekers. By getting to know you personally -- beyond just your resume -- we provide you with customized, curated job opportunities that match your specific requirements (location, school type, position type, etc.) and skills, saving you the time of sorting through thousands of job postings.
 
Our partnering schools will list positions for the 2020-2021 school year starting in January 2021. Apply with us today to begin your job search and get access to positions that are often not posted on other job sites.
 
As a bonus of working with Carney Sandoe, our candidates received access to our four free virtual global hiring conferences this winter, beginning with FORUM/Diversity in January -- a hiring event for underrepresented groups featuring professional development around topics of diversity, inclusion, and belonging.
 
Job Requirements:
  • For teachers: Bachelor’s degree in the subject or area you wish to teach; master’s degree preferred for some subjects
  • For administrators: Bachelor's degree in a relevant area; master's preferred for some administrative positions
  • Minimum 1-3 years of teaching/administrative experience at the K-12 level, preferably at private schools
  • Willingness to coach, serve as an advisor, or lead a student activity group is an advantage
 
To Apply: Send a resume to julie.landis@carneysandoe.com. Qualified candidates will be contacted and required to complete a supplemental online application if their experiences match our client schools' hiring needs.
 
REGISTER NOW for 2021 Virtual Hiring Conferences:
FORUM/Diversity - January 27-29
FORUM/Winter - February 18-19
FORUM/STEM & Innovation - March 4-5
FORUM/Spring - March 25-26
 


Posted 12.26.20:  Assistant Professor, 3D Animation, College of Art & Design, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)
 
The School of Film and Animation in the College of Art and Design at Rochester Institute of Technology is seeking an active artist dedicated to the education of filmmakers/animators. The candidate should demonstrate substantial aptitude in animation production using 3D software. Courses will involve teaching undergraduate and graduate students the aesthetics and techniques of animation production, modeling, rigging, and lighting & texturing. An extensive knowledge of animation filmmaking processes and current and emerging technologies in the animation art form is important. The successful candidate is committed to teaching animation production and is capable of inspiring a critical and inventive environment in the classroom. Anticipated start date: August 2021.

Posting Number: 5452BR
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Posted 12.24.20:  Assistant Head for Diversity, Equity & Belonging, The Bay School of San Francisco (CA)

... The AHDEB is a key school leader responsible for working strategically and collaboratively to advance and sustain The Bay School’s mission-aligned and active commitment to diversity, equity and belonging, and anti-racism. Reporting to Head of School Luke W. Felker and working closely with the Associate Head and the Senior Leadership Team, the AHDEB is responsible for developing the strategic initiatives and metrics which will ensure/strengthen these values throughout the school, and position it as a national model in this area. The AHDEB will be expected to be connected to practitioners and thought-leaders in the field and to participate/lead in developing local or national workshops beyond Bay.
 
Bay seeks candidates who possess resonance with the school’s mission, philosophy, and precepts; effective communication skills and a track record of being a community-builder across different constituencies; and deep grounding in theory and best practices in equity, anti-racist and belongingness work with the depth of experience both to facilitate critical conversations that support staffulty and student growth and to realize institutional change. The ideal candidate will also possess the ability to utilize data to understand organizational needs, assess institutional strengths and growth areas, and create strategy based on qualitative assessments....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 12.24.20:  Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, The Commonwealth School (PA)

... Reporting to the Head of School, the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) will work closely with academic and administrative staff and faculty and will serve as a member of the Head’s Working Group and the Student Life Committee. The Director will lead the strategic implementation of the school’s diversity efforts, including in faculty recruitment, development and retention; student recruitment and retention; curriculum; student life; and alumni/ae engagement. A detailed position description will be available shortly.
 
The mission of Commonwealth School is to educate young people from diverse backgrounds to become knowledgeable, thoughtful, and creative adults, capable of careful analysis, fruitful cooperation, responsible leadership, and deep commitment. Founded in 1957 by Charles E. Merrill, Jr., who served as headmaster for nearly 25 years, Commonwealth aspired to “restore good secondary schooling to the city in a stimulating and realistic” setting for education. Besides instilling discipline and independence of mind, Mr. Merrill hoped to encourage Commonwealth students to be “decent, socially responsible, generous people,” actively engaged in public affairs. Over sixty years later, Commonwealth educates 135 students in grades 9-12, and boasts a 5:1 student to faculty ratio, an average class size of 12, and a one-on-one advisory program. Commonwealth alumni live the School’s mission as they practice medicine; teach in public schools, prep schools, community colleges, and major universities; work as lawyers, neighborhood organizers, computer consultants, and business leaders; and pursue careers in the arts, television and film, and politics....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 12.24.20:  Director of Faculty Recruitment & Professional Development, Shady Side Academy (PA)

Shady Side Academy, a diverse learning community challenging students to think creatively, act ethically, and lead responsibly, is seeking an innovative, inspiring school leader to serve as its next Director of Faculty Recruitment & Professional Development, effective July 1, 2021.
 
Located in Pittsburgh, PA, Shady Side Academy is a nationally respected private school for 1,100 boys and girls in grades pre-kindergarten through 12, with an optional boarding experience in high school. Four age-specific campuses with extraordinary resources, teachers who actively mentor, a forward-thinking curriculum, a diverse and inclusive community, and a legacy of alumni accomplishments all inspire Shady Side students to high achievement in academics, the arts, and athletics, and to meaningful ambitions in life.
 
The Director of Faculty Recruitment & Professional Development will assume executive leadership of the school’s efforts to hire and develop a diverse, talented, and culturally competent faculty, administering and coordinating a year-round faculty recruitment program as well as the faculty search process. Additionally, the Director oversees both the strategic development and day-to-day operations of professional development programs across the Academy....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 12.24.20: Two Faculty Positions, Northwest Missouri University

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• Assistant Profewsor of Math, Math Education

This is a tenure-track faculty position, Assistant Professor, in Mathematics Education within the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  1. Teach courses in mathematics education, statistics, mathematics, and/or related classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
  2. Advise students in these areas
  3. Participate in service and student support activities
  4. Conduct applied and/or theoretical research in these areas
  5. Be willing to work as a team on teaching and department activities
  6. Perform other duties as assigned.
REQUIREMENTS:
      Education: Doctoral degree in Mathematics Education or related field and a minimum of 18 graduate hours of mathematics coursework
      Skills: Ability to teach and undergraduate and graduate mathematics education courses, undergraduate mathematics courses, and/or related areas...

• Horace Mann Lab School Faculty Kindergarten Instructor
The Northwest Missouri State University School of Education is seeking applications for a full-time kindergarten instructor at Horace Mann Laboratory School for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year. The successful candidate will serve as an instructor and educational leader at a kindergarten through sixth grade laboratory school where commitment to curriculum development, educational leadership, research, and child-centered teaching practices are valued. The instructor will provide elementary students with exemplary instruction within a laboratory school setting modeling culturally sensitive teaching practices within a social justice framework. The instructor will work collaboratively with University faculty to facilitate and evaluate practicum students through the modeling of effective teaching practices and opportunities to engage in superior clinical experiences. The instructor is responsible for promoting high expectations for students, communicating effectively with parents, developing curriculum, and working collaboratively with the both Horace Mann and School of Education faculty and staff. The position includes supervision and evaluation of student employees, practicum students, and implementation of state and national standards into the curriculum....
Posted 12.24.20:  Four Faculty Positions, Choate Rosemary Hall (PA)

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• English Teacher

Choate Rosemary Hall seeks a full-time teacher of English with a start date of August 2021. Candidates must be able to teach first through fourth-year English. Candidates should have a strong background in writing pedagogy as well as experience teaching and guiding students in the study of literatures from a diverse array of authors and communities. Additionally, candidates must be able to demonstrate the ways in which inclusive and equitable practices inform their approach to instruction and course design. Candidates should have demonstrated effectiveness at teaching both in-person classes and online classes that incorporate synchronous and asynchronous instruction. Ideal candidates are expected to have a minimum of three years of teaching experience....

• Biology Teaching Fellow
Choate Rosemary Hall seeks a teaching fellow in biology with a start date of August 2021. Candidates must have completed extensive course work in biology and lab-based classes in biology. The Choate Fellowship program is an immersion program, and Fellows are expected to teach two or three classes, have residential life commitments, and contribute to the extracurricular life of the school. Choate's Teaching Fellowship program provides recent college graduates who are interested in  pursuing teaching as a possible career with practical experience in all elements of working at a boarding school. Teaching fellows are assigned a mentor to guide them through their first year of teaching and advising. Regular visits to the mentor's classes, and by the mentor to the fellow's classes, are expected. Mentors and fellows engage in conversation regularly regarding lesson plans, teaching methods, grading, and all other aspects of teaching...

• Physics Teacher
Choate Rosemary Hall anticipates an opening for a full-time teacher of physics with a start dateof August 2021. Candidates must be able to teach physics at the introductory level through the honors levels. Ideal candidates will also be able to teach astronomy at the introductory to honors levels. Candidates should have demonstrated effectiveness at teaching both in-person classes and online classes that incorporate synchronous and asynchronous instruction. Ideal candidates are expected to have three or more years of teaching experience.
Our faculty is deeply committed to the entire student experience; it is expected that faculty responsibilities will include a combination of student advising, residential life, and extracurricular activities. Applicants must be dynamic individuals who are passionate about their discipline, collaborative and innovative in their approach to teaching, and who embrace and support the diversity of our student body through their curriculum and pedagogy....

• Robotics Teacher
Choate Rosemary Hall seeks a full-time teacher of robotics with a start date of August 2021. In addition to teaching courses in robotics, the successful candidate will work with our Advanced Robotics Concentration program. Candidates should have academic or professional experience in several of the following areas: FIRST Robotics (or other robotics competitions), CAD software, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, programming, industrial design. Ideal candidates will have experience leading a diverse group of students within the context of a robotics team, particularly focusing on supporting students in developing skills such as team building, project management, and collaboration. Along with teaching robotics, candidates must be able to teach within one or more disciplines offered at Choate. Candidates should have demonstrated effectiveness at teaching both inperson classes and online classes that incorporate synchronous and asynchronous instruction. Ideal candidates are expected to have three or more years of experience....
 
Posted 12.24.20:  Assistant or Associate Professor of Teacher Education Literacy Education, Nevada State College

Nevada State College invites applications for one tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor of Teacher Education to start August 2021. Our campus is designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution and we are looking for candidates with a demonstrated commitment to and success working in diverse, multicultural, and multilingual communities. Our program seeks candidates who are passionate about fostering success among our highly diverse student population as well as preparing educators to advocate in a similar manner for their own students. Candidates should be able to teach literacy methods courses, particularly courses with a focus on emergent literacy development, and content literacy courses with a focus on reading to learn. Candidates should be able to provide examples of integrating a social justice framework into all courses....

Primary Responsibilities
• Teach 24 credits per academic year (four courses per semester)
• Fulfill service obligations to the School of Education, NSC, our local community as well as your professional community • Engage in scholarly activities within your discipline or in the scholarship of teaching and learning

Required Qualifications:

• Ph.D. in Literacy, Curriculum and Instruction or a related field (Candidates who are ABD will be considered)
• At least three years teaching literacy in a K-5 setting; certification or eligibility for certification in Nevada....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 12.21.20:  Multiple Faculty Openings, Whatcom Intergenerational High School (WA)

WIHS is seeking passionate teachers to join our founding team!  Create authentic learning experiences through Phenomenon-Based Learning where students design and drive their own inquiries.  Take learning beyond the campus and collaborate with Elder co-mentors and community partners in the development and implementation of a culture of inclusivity.  Find a setting where you can truly support the well-being of self, family, community, land, spirits, and all students cultural and ancestral experiences.

If you are a certified teacher in the following content areas, apply today!  Positions closing January 31, 2021.

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Posted 12.18.20:  Provost and Vice-President (Academic), University of Guelph (Ontario)

... The University of Guelph invites applications, nominations, and expressions of interest for the position of Provost and Vice-President (Academic) with the appointment to be effective summer 2021, or sooner if mutually agreeable. This is an opportunity to join the University’s recently appointed ninth President and Vice-Chancellor and her team in leading, inspiring, and articulating the vision that charts an exciting and innovative future, building upon the University of Guelph’s history of excellence and innovation, and Improves Life....

... Reporting to the President and a key member of her executive team, the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) is the chief academic officer and the principal advisor to the President on all academic affairs and plays a leading role in determining the use of resources for the University of Guelph. The Provost is instrumental in leading the academic mission of the University by recruiting the best and brightest faculty and students, advancing curricular transformation and program development, including quality assurance processes and advancing strategic  enrollment management. Responsible for aligning and allocating the University’s academic budget with its academic mission and vision, the Provost collaborates closely with the other Vice Presidents and the Colleges’ Deans, plays a major role in faculty and academic staff relations, and advises on overall University spending and priorities. ...
 
The successful candidate will be an accomplished scholar in both research and teaching, and an exemplary leader with a strong commitment to collegial governance, fiscal responsibility, and to meeting the diverse needs of faculty, staff, and students. An experienced senior academic administrator and future-oriented innovative thinker with a demonstrated ability to advance and transform academic programmes, goals, and priorities, the Provost will possess an open and collegial style, outstanding management, communication, and interpersonal skills, and a creative approach to problem solving. ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 12.16.20: Founding Director of the Ed. D. in Urban Education Program, Northeastern Illinois University

Northeastern Illinois University’s Department of Literacy, Leadership and Development is seeking a Founding Director of the Ed. D. in Urban Education Program. The candidate will be responsible for the development of the University’s new doctoral program in Urban Education (working title). The ideal candidate will share the University’s commitment to educating a racially, culturally, and socioeconomically diverse student population. Further, the candidate will be reflective, collaborative, and transformative....

Responsibilities
  • Lead a collaborative group tasked with designing and drafting a new doctoral program proposal and accompanying curriculum in Educational Leadership: Urban Education (working title), that is culturally relevant and steering it through the approval process
  • Lead, coordinate, teach and advise in the program
  • Secure external grant funding for the program, where appropriate
  • Contribute to the assessment, evaluation, and accreditation of the program
  • Conduct on-going scholarly research in area of expertise and disseminate findings and participate in the scholarly community...
Required Qualifications
  • Earned doctorate in Education or a related field from an accredited institution
  • Eligible for the rank of Associate or Full Professor
  • Experience teaching and/or directing a doctoral program
  • Experience in program development...
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 12.16.20:  Core Faculty, Doctor of Educational and Professional Practice Program, Antioch University (CA)

Antioch University’s Doctor of Education in Educational and Professional Practice (EdD) is a degree for practitioners committed to social action. Our program is designed to prepare professionals who use educational practice in the service of more just and inclusive schools, organizations, and communities. Students engage in a transdisciplinary curriculum that includes courses in research methods, social justice leadership, diversity, and program design. Students in this low-residency program are geographically-dispersed.  Classes are offered online, with a four-day, face-to-face residency each July at one of Antioch’s campuses. Virtual residencies are held the first day of each semester, and occasional Zoom sessions are offered within each course.
 
Position Summary: The position is for a full time faculty member who teaches, advises and mentors students, serves on dissertation committees, conducts scholarly work, and serves on campus, regional, and university committees. Faculty work from home offices anywhere in the U.S., with occasional travel required for residencies and meetings.

Area of expertise is open with a preference for academic expertise in at least two of the following areas: PK-12 or higher Education (Curriculum, Instruction, and Leadership); Leadership in community or nonprofit organizations; Multicultural and Antiracist Education; Environmental and Sustainability Education; Critical Pedagogy;  Adult Education; or Social-Emotional Learning.  A commitment to quality education with a scholar-practitioner orientation is required....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 12.15.20:  Head of Upper School, Castilleja School (CA)

Castilleja School invites nominations and applications for an experienced, authentic, and  visionary educational leader to serve as Head of Upper School beginning July 2021. The Head of Upper School will lead a vibrant, innovative division of faculty and students who are intellectually engaged, curious, passionate, and motivated. They will serve on a collaborative senior leadership team, inspire strategic focus on academic excellence in learning and teaching, and promote equity and inclusion as guiding principles in the curriculum and community.
 
Castilleja is a dynamic, diverse, and intentional educational community for students in grades 6-12 that believes in the power of women learning and women leading. Founded in 1907, Castilleja fulfills its mission to educate young women to become confident thinkers and compassionate leaders with a sense of purpose to effect change in the world. Located in the beautiful, vibrant community of Palo Alto, California, Castilleja educates 426 students from 50 neighborhoods in the Bay Area....

Important qualities and qualifications for the Head of Upper School include: building and sustaining authentic relationships based on mutual trust, promoting a culture of collaboration and community, modeling equity within all constituencies, demonstrating transparency and process in decision-making, leading teams with a growth mindset, managing details with a high degree of organization, communicating orally and in writing with clarity and consistency, and displaying an unabashed love of learning....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
Posted 12.15.20:  Mathematics Teacher, Choate Rosemary School (CT)


Choate Rosemary Hall seeks a full-time teacher of mathematics with a start date of August 2021. Candidates must be capable of teaching all levels of mathematics through Honors Calculus. Experience teaching computer science or statistics is also desirable. Candidates should have demonstrated effectiveness at teaching both in-person classes and online classes that incorporate synchronous and asynchronous instruction. Ideal candidates are expected to have three or more years of teaching experience.

Choate Rosemary Hall is a coeducational, independent secondary school located in central Connecticut with 850 boarding and day students and over 300 employees. Choate serves intellectually gifted and motivated students of diverse backgrounds from across the globe whose commitment to serious study is enhanced in an academically challenging and personally supportive setting....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 12.12.20:  Director of Special Education, Ames School District (IA)
 

The Director of Special Education is responsible for implementing and maintaining Pre-K - 12 Special Education and Section 504 programs and services in compliance with District, State, and Federal requirements while serving as a subject matter expert and leader to the school community. The Director ensures equitable practices for students with a focus on eliminating systems and structures of segregation. The Director aligns the district’s special services, programs, plans, and actions to the district special education service delivery plan and ensures compliance with federal and state laws and school board policies. The Director is a member of the District’s Leadership Cabinet and works closely with district leaders and principals to integrate general and special education services. The Director also serves as the District’s representative at many meetings, functions, and discussions with parents, community agencies, and state officials concerning special education and related issues....

Required Education & Training:

  • Master’s Degree in Special Education
  • Iowa Administrator license with an endorsement for Director of Special Education or PK-12 Principal/PK-12 Special Education Supervisor, or alternative endorsement as accepted by the Iowa BOEE 
  • Evaluator Approval licensure.
  • Three (3) to five (5) years of experience in the field of Special Education preferred.
  • Special Education Certification preferred.
  • Teaching experience in a special education program preferred.
  • Successful experience as a building level administrator preferred....


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Posted 12.12.20:  Two Open Administrative Positions, Mercer Community College (NJ)

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• Director of Financial Aid: 
The Director of Student Financial Aid is responsible for developing financial aid strategies that are consistent with the student success objectives of the College, within the framework of federal and state regulations. The Director will administer financial aid, financial literacy, and student employment programs that support the recruitment and retention of students through appropriate awarding strategies. The Director will establish and maintain a service-oriented financial aid team that is committed to creating an excellent student experience. The Director will also ensure accurate and secure student financial data, providing timely information to students and families, serve as a compliance officer for Title IV federal aid and state regulations and provide demonstrated leadership in the use of new and existing technology....

MINIMUM  REQUIREMENTS:
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in Education, Business Administration, or Management.
  • Four to six years of progressive experience at a management/leadership level. Candidates must demonstrate a working knowledge of Colleague. 
  • Demonstrated experience of working with a variety of diversity people (faculty, students, and staff)....
• Vice President of Finance & Administration:
Mercer County Community College is seeking a dynamic leader who embraces the College’s mission and our strategic goals of student success, innovative partnerships and organizational effectiveness.  Reporting directly to the President, and serving as Chief Finance Officer of the College, the Vice President for Finance & Administration plans, directs and manages all financial, facility and safety functions.  S/he is accountable for maintaining the financial integrity of the College, establishing and enhancing internal control processes, and providing strategic and operational leadership in managing the College’s financial, facility and safety operations.  Specific responsibilities include: 1) long-range financial planning and budget development; 2) management of fiscal and facility resources; 3) asset protection and risk management; 4) supervision of purchasing and contracted services; payroll, Bursar & financial aid; 5) compliance with all federal, state and county laws and institutional regulations, policies and procedures.  The Vice President serves on the President’s Leadership Team (PLT)....

Required Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in finance or in Management with finance concentration.
  • Minimum of five years senior management experience in finance.
  • Demonstrated experience and knowledge in using information technology in business applications such as Enterprise Resources Planning Systems and Financial Management Software....

Posted 12.12.20:  Multiple Openings, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Assistant or Associate Professor, Applied Statistics (5411BR)
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Lecturer, Mathematics (5422BR)
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Assistant or Associate Professor, Biological Sciences (5433BR)
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Assistant Professor, Chemistry & Material Science (5439BR)
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Gannett Chair, School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (5438BR)
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Assistant Professor, Design – Graphic, New Media and Visual Communication (5423BR)
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Assistant Professor, Industrial Design (5426BR)
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Assistant Professor, Illustration (5434BR)
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Posted 12.10.20: Dean, Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies, Western Washington University

... 
The Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies supports Western’s mission, which states that together with our students, staff, and faculty, we are committed to making a positive impact in the state and the world with a shared focus on academic excellence and inclusive achievement. We strongly encourage applications from women, people of color, people with disabilities, veterans, and other candidates from underrepresented backgrounds and with diverse experiences interested in this opportunity.
 
Western invites applications and nominations for the position of Dean of Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies.  Western seeks innovative, effective candidates with a commitment to communication and collaboration and who will work with the faculty, staff, and students to develop its vision for the future of the college.  The Dean will be expected to fulfill leadership and mentoring responsibilities that provide equitable and inclusive learning and working environments for faculty, staff, and students. As the chief academic and executive officer of Fairhaven College, the Dean reports to the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs and is responsible for providing academic leadership and administrative management for all programs within Fairhaven and for the College’s outreach efforts and fund-raising campaign. As a key member of the University’s central executive leadership team, the Dean will work in collaboration with other executive officers to implement the university’s mission and will be an active and visible leader both within the university and greater community. It is anticipated that the Dean will assume office before September 2021....

For more information visit https://fairhaven.wwu.edu/about-fairhaven-college 

Required Qualifications
  • PhD or terminal degree and a record of scholarship and quality teaching sufficient to qualify for the rank of full professor.
  • Record of effective leadership and advocacy experience in academic administration (e.g. as a Dean, Associate or Assistant Program Director or Chair) to include:
    • sensitivity to faculty needs;
    • strong organizational skills;
    • strategic planning ability;
    • solid fiscal management; and,
    • effective personnel management.
  • Demonstrated leadership in the development, implementation, maintenance, and advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives and equal opportunity for faculty, staff, students, and programs, especially in the areas of recruitment and retention.
  • Demonstrated ability and commitment to cultivating learning and/or working environments that are equitable and inclusive of diverse students, faculty, and staff with regard to race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, class, and other marginalized identities.
  • Demonstrated experience in advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in higher education with a commitment to being a transformational leader in an aspiring anti-racist institution....
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Posted 12.10.20: Chief Equity & Inclusion Officer, Milton Academy (MA)

Milton Academy seeks a Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer (CEIO) to begin July 1, 2020. The CEIO will be a member of the School’s senior administrative team and will provide visionary, strategic leadership to sustain and strengthen current diversity, inclusion and anti-racist policies and further develop thoughtful and systemic innovative K-12 practices and programs in the areas of equity and inclusion for students, faculty, staff and alumni.  The CEIO will support the adult community in fostering students to become citizens who will make a long lasting anti-racist impact on the world they enter after Milton.

As a member of the head’s Administrative Council, the CEIO works with the Head of School and the administrative team, the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commission (composed of board, alumni/ae, staff and faculty) and the Board Diversity Committee to lead the implementation of Milton’s DEI Strategic Plan. The CEIO coordinates and strengthens internal connections among departments to support, develop and align diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racist policies, programs and curriculum....

The Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer should have:
  • A Bachelor’s degree, Master’s preferred, and minimum of seven years of administrative experience leading diversity, equity and inclusion work at the independent school or collegiate level
  •  Participation in in-depth training in diversity, equity and inclusion practices at nationally recognized seminars and workshops
  • Strategic thinking skills with an extensive record of accomplishment in the implementation of effective and sustainable academic and affective programs in diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism in school settings
  •  Superior project management skills, ability to work collegially with multiple constituencies and ability to prioritize multiple projects in a fast-paced work environment
  •  Community building skill set and the capacity and interest to work with a broad spectrum of learners to build anti-racist competency in all constituencies — students, faculty, staff, administrators, trustees, and parents....
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Posted 12.10.20:  Director of Upper School Admissions, Brimmer & May School (MA)

Brimmer and May, a PK-12 coed day school of 400 students in Chestnut Hill, MA is seeking a Director of Upper School Admissions to start July 1, 2021.  The position reports to the Director of Enrollment and is an invaluable member of a six-person admissions team.  The Director, in close consultation with Director of Enrollment, will oversee, guide and development all facets of the Upper School admissions process in an effort to attract, enroll, and retain the best possible students. Desirable candidates will embrace the mission of Brimmer and May School, have exceptional organization and time-management skills, be creative, and possess strong analytical, writing, and communication skills.  The ideal candidate will also be comfortable with a variety of technology tools including social media platforms, have knowledge of and experience working with CBOs, and enjoy a fast-paced work environment. 
 
Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
-Planning, organization, and execution of recruitment and retention events both on and off campus.
-Represent the School at off-campus events including evening and weekend fairs and receptions.
-Direct Upper School student tour guide program.
-Cultivate relationships with CBOs/placement agencies, feeder schools, and educational consultants. 
-Conduct an average of 10 interviews per week during peak admissions season...

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required and master’s preferred. Five years of full-time experience in independent school or college admissions. Background and/or training in DEI related topics a plus.  Sense of humor, passion for working with young people, and a commitment to independent school education are essential..../

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Posted 12.10.20:  Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Clinical, Educational Leadership, Baylor University (TX)

Location            Waco, TX
Open Date         Nov 11, 2020
Deadline            May 1, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

RANK: Rank is Clinical Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of PK-12 Educational Leadership.  The anticipated date of appointment is June 2021.
The Department of Educational Leadership offers graduate programs in Higher Education, PK-12 Leadership, and Sport Management. These programs include Masters of Art in School Leadership; Masters of Education degrees in Higher Education and Student Affairs, and Sport Management; an EdD in PK-12 Educational Leadership; and a PhD in Higher Education Studies and Leadership....

The primary responsibilities of this position include:

  • Directing the MA in School Leadership program;
  • Teaching in the MA in School Leadership and Ed.D. in Educational Leadership;
  • Supervising interns and establishing school and district partnerships and placements;
  • Participating in individual or collaborative activities to secure external funding;
  • Recruiting and advising students; and
  • Providing service to the department, university and the profession....
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Consistent with the stated mission of the University to be a world-class institution dedicated to Christian principles and ideals, the qualifications for the position include:
  • Doctoral degree in Education (Ed.D. or Ph.D.);
  • Evidence that Christian faith is foundational to leadership philosophy and practice;
  • Demonstrated success of working with public and/or private schools;
  • Experience working with state certification requirements and supervision;
  • Commitment to working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations;
  • Willingness to work collaboratively with other faculty, students, and staff as a program director...
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Posted 12.8.20:  Two Open Faculty Positions, Department of Education, Health & Behavior Studies, University of North Dakota

 The University of North Dakota (UND) is a public research university founded with a strong liberal arts foundation. UND has grown into a prominent scientific research university, classified by the Carnegie Foundation as having high research activity. UND was recently ranked among the top 100 public and top 25 most innovative universities in the country by U.S. News and World Report, and is widely regarded as among the top universities in the American Northern Plains region. Currently, the University boasts 200+ fields of study with nearly 15,000 students. UND is located in Grand Forks, North Dakota, a vibrant college town of over 50,000 people located on the border of North Dakota and Minnesota.... 

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• Clinical Assistant Professor of Higher Education: 
... Responsibilities for this position include: 

• Develop and teach graduate courses in multiple formats (on campus and online) (approximately 5-6 courses per academic year) across Higher Education graduate programs
• Coordinate the Higher Education specialization for the EdD in Educational Practice and Leadership 
• Serve as the initial advisor for students in the Higher Education specialization of the EdD program in Educational Practice and Leadership 
• Chair and serve on doctoral student dissertation committees and master’s student scholarly project committees ...

• Assistant Professor of Higher Education (Tenure-Track):
... Responsibilities for this position include: 
• Teaching graduate courses in multiple formats (on-campus, hybrid, and online) across Higher Education graduate programs 
• Advising and mentoring master's and doctoral students 
• Conducting research and maintaining an active research agenda 
• Disseminating original work in peer-reviewed journals and other avenues of publication 
• Seeking external funding for research 
• Serving the program, department, college, university, community, and the profession ...

 
Posted 12.5.20:  Associate Director, Office of Clinical Experiences, College of Education & Social Work, West Chester University (PA)

The successful candidate will be responsible for developing, organizing, and managing the University’s many education and counseling clinical placements needs in collaboration with regional sites. This person will have a clear understanding of requirements for courses requiring fields and clinical experiences, including stage requirements within departments across the Educator Preparation Programs (EPP) and CESW. This person will work collaboratively with field and clinical experience placement coordinators and/or faculty within departments. 

This person will establish and sustain working relationships with district and school administrators with the aim of increasing placement sites for the EPP and CESW. This individual will be responsible for finding, developing, and coordinating all placement activities in school districts, specialty sites, and Philadelphia sites. They will serve as liaison between site administrators and coordinators on behalf of WCU to all sites receiving candidates from all WCU programs. This person will assist field and site coordinators when issues arise and be the point person (as needed) to communicate with site administrators....

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Posted 12.5.20:  Two Open Faculty Positions, Brimmer and May School (MA)

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•  Middle/Upper School Librarian & Director of Libraries PK-12:
Brimmer and May School seeks a collaborative, dynamic and innovative librarian to serve as our Middle and Upper School (grades 6-12) Librarian and Director of Libraries PK-12. We seek a person that will utilize the library program to help support the school in its mission of developing “informed, engaged, and ethical citizens and leaders for the global community”. The librarian will fulfill a variety of roles to ensure that students and faculty are accessing and using information and technology effectively, and will also oversee the School’s PreK-12 Library programs. The position to reports to the Middle and Upper School Heads. Job Expectations and Requirements: Work with teachers, technology specialists, and administration to foster and expand connections between student research work, information resources, curriculum and learning outcomes....

• Upper School Science Teacher:
The Brimmer and May School, a co-educational day school in Chestnut Hill, MA is seeking an experienced, collaborative full time Upper School Science teacher for the 2021-20212 school year. The position includes teaching Biology and/or Chemistry with the possibility of electives as well as serving as an Upper School advisor. The ideal candidate will have a BA in Biology or Chemistry Education, or a related field (Masters preferred), three+ years of experience, and a passion for working with students in and outside of the classroom. We seek an individual with a growth mindset who is proficient incorporating emerging technologies into their instruction, seeks to grow through professional development, has a willingness to support the mission of the school, provides student-centered learning opportunities, and has a collaborative spirit. A sense of humor and a positive attitude are essential. Applicants should be willing to implement culturally responsive and anti-racist pedagogy in alignment with the School’s DEI goals and initiatives....

Posted 12.5.20:  Fitness & Wellness Long-term Substitute Teacher, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

The Archer School for Girls is seeking a long-term maternity substitute teacher for Middle School Fitness & Wellness classes beginning in mid-February 2021. The position would last until the end of May or early June 2021. We are looking for an experienced educator or recent college graduate with skillful pedagogy, solid content knowledge, and a passion for working with young people.

Responsibilities include teaching 4-5 Fitness classes and Human Development classes. Ideal candidates have a growth-mindset, positive outlook, and a deep appreciation for the importance of working in a diverse and inclusive community. A passion for working with young people in a culture of teaching excellence is a must.

Responsibilities include teaching physical education classes, facilitating human development lessons, and serving as a mentor. Ideal candidates will have coaching or significant athletic experience. A bachelor’s degree is necessary; a master’s degree and/or teaching credential is preferred....

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Posted 12.3.20:  Superintendent of Schools, Stratford Public Schools (CT)


The Stratford (Conn.) Public Schools Board of Education is seeking a Superintendent and invites qualified and interested candidates to apply. It is anticipated that the new superintendent will assume full responsibilities of the superintendency on the earliest mutually convenient date and no later than July 1, 2021. Cooperative Educational Services Executive Searches will facilitate the search. A full list of qualifications and duties can be found on the flyer found at www.ces.k12.ct.us/current-searches.

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

Completed application packets are due via email to Cooperative Educational Services by 2 p.m. on Jan. 21, 2021.

Application packets MUST be submitted as ONE PDF file and emailed to ExecutiveSearches@cestrumbull.org.

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and interviews may be conducted on a rolling basis. Applications will be accepted until a candidate is selected, but no later than the deadline above.

All inquiries related to the open position should be directed to: Dr. Charles Dumais (203-365-8801 or dumaisc@cestrumbull.org).



Posted 12.1.20: Director of Educator Preparation, Placement & Certification, School of Education, St. Bonaventure University (NY)

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 The School of Education at St. Bonaventure University invites applications for a Director of Educator Preparation Placement and Certification beginning Spring 2021. This will be a 12-month staff position. The EPPC Director will be responsible for managing and coordinating all field experience placements for field block, student teaching, practicum, and internship for students in the Adolescence Education, B-12 Literacy, Educational Leadership, Elementary Education (including Childhood Studies, Early Childhood Education, and Special Education), Inclusive Special Education, Physical Education, and Sport Studies programs. These programs offer campus-based, hybrid, and online modes of instructional delivery for which the incumbent will need to provide appropriate placements for students. S/he will be expected to represent the University and School of Education professionally and establish strong working relationships with school districts/non-profit agencies and their administrators to ensure that students are appropriately placed, supervised, and evaluated in their field placements.

Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
1) maintaining consistent contact with placement sites;
2) establishing and upholding protocols, guidelines, and procedures for student placements;
3) hiring and assigning credentialed field supervisors to effectively oversee and evaluate student placements;
4) maintaining and updating Memoranda of Understanding with school districts or agencies where students are placed, and garnering school board approvals as required;
5) serving as the faculty instructor of record and assigning final grades for students’ field placements;
6) maintaining a field placement database of placement sites and student field placement records;
7) serving as the liaison between faculty and school/agency partners;
8) retaining and updating all student and field supervisor handbooks, as well as the EPPC website and associated publications;
9) meeting with individual students experiencing difficulties prior to or during their placements to resolve issues;
10) planning and implementing training for students scheduled for field placements and career workshops for seniors;
11) consulting with other University offices, units, and committees on matters related to field placements, the certification process, and reporting related to student teaching and certification;
12) communicating with state personnel and representatives who will be assisting in students’ home states/regions for the online program; and
13) gathering and analyzing student placement data for program improvement and accreditation purposes. The EPPC Director will be expected to work collaboratively with School of Education faculty and staff, as well as with other campus offices, and to proactively engage in outreach efforts with school districts and non-profit agencies to build, develop, and sustain productive and long-standing relationships....

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Posted 11.28.20:  Two Faculty Positions, The Deerfield Academy (MA)

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• Teacher of French & Spanish:
Deerfield Academy seeks a dynamic and experienced full-time Teacher of French and Spanish to start August 15, 2021. The primary responsibilities will be to teach four classes of beginning to advanced French and/or Spanish, oversee a dorm, coach two co-curricular activities and lead future trips abroad. We’re looking for a teacher who exhibits excellence in the classroom, encourages students’ development as informed and ethical citizens of the world, and is interested in working collaboratively with colleagues. Deerfield Academy teachers enjoy an outstanding work environment and excellent benefits, and engage with students who are eager to learn. Deerfield actively seeks to increase the diversity of its faculty and develop an inclusive community; interested candidates should be enthusiastic about working with students both in and outside of the classroom....

• Teacher of Mathematics:
Deerfield Academy seeks a dynamic and experienced Teacher of Mathematics to start on August 15, 2021. We’re looking for a teacher who exhibits excellence in the classroom, encourages students’ development as informed and ethical citizens of the world, and is interested in working collaboratively with colleagues. Deerfield Academy teachers enjoy an outstanding work environment and excellent benefits, and engage with students who are eager to learn. As a private boarding school, Deerfield actively seeks to increase the diversity of its faculty and develop an inclusive community; interested candidates should be enthusiastic about living in close proximity to teenagers and working with students both in and outside of the classroom.... 
 

Posted 11.24.20:  President, Illinois Mathematics & Science Academy

Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA) invites applications and nominations for the position of President. IMSA has experienced six years of success and growth under the leadership of José M. Torres, its fourth president. During Dr. Torres’ tenure, IMSA has enjoyed strong enrollment growth and increasing recognition as a leading educational institution in Illinois and beyond. These achievements pave the way for the next President to seize a set of opportunities that will allow them to champion and continue to shape a vision for the future of the Academy. IMSA is a rare institution and seeks a President who is inspired by all that has been accomplished to date and is prepared to lead the Academy thoughtfully and collaboratively into the future.

A learning laboratory, IMSA is both a public residential Academy and a catalyst for the advancement of STEM teaching and learning statewide with responsibility to stimulate further excellence for all Illinois schools in mathematics and science through its Center for Teaching and Learning. The Center for Teaching and Learning provides educator training and turnkey STEM curricula, student enrichment, including summer camps, and entrepreneurship and makerspace education....

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Posted 11.20.20:  University Secretary, Western University (Canada)

Reporting to the President & Vice-Chancellor and the Chair of the Board of Governors, the University Secretary is Western’s most senior advisor on governance issues. The University Secretariat’s mission is to ensure the effective, efficient operation of the University’s bicameral system of governance and to provide timely, accurate, and objective information and advice, including the interpretation and application of policies and bylaws. As a facilitator, advisor, and relationship-builder, the University Secretary acts as a liaison between the decision-making bodies of the Board of Governors and the Senate and the senior leaders of Western University. The University Secretary coordinates and facilitates the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate and leads the long-term planning and management of the University Secretariat, including Convocation, and Appeals and Discipline. Additional information is available at www.uwo.ca/univsec/.
 

The successful candidate will be an experienced governance executive with a strong understanding of university operations and processes. They will have extensive experience providing advice and support to governing bodies and executives within a complex public-sector setting. They will have a proven track-record of engaging, collaborating, and building consensus with a wide variety of stakeholders. A commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion will be essential. They will possess outstanding judgement, leadership, management, communication, and interpersonal skills. As a guardian of process and respecter of precedent, the successful candidate will also be a creative problem-solver who facilitates solutions while displaying the utmost neutrality in their activities....

... Western is situated on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee, Lunaapeewak and Attawandaron peoples.

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Posted 11.20.20: Executive Director, Hyde Leadership Charter School (NY)

About Hyde Leadership Charter School
Hyde Leadership Charter School is the only K-12 college-preparatory school serving students and families in the Hunts Point section of the South Bronx, in one of the highest-risk communities for children in New York City. With its Family-Based Character Education Model, on average 90% of Hyde’s students graduate from high school every year preparing them for college and for life.
Hyde’s mission is to develop the deeper character and unique potential of each student. Hyde strives to unite students, families and teachers in helping each child achieve his or her best. Rigorous learning attitudes, leadership skills, and social conscience lay the foundation for success in college and fulfillment in life....

The Opportunity
The Hyde Leadership Charter School Executive Director (ED) role is an exciting opportunity for an experienced leader in education who brings a track record of success within schools and a deep commitment to the power of character education and changing lives. Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the ED will have proven experience across key internal and external functions including but not limited to: team leadership, operations across three schools, fundraising, change management and deep expertise in building relationships with a variety of stakeholders, all with a lens of diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism. This leader will recognize the tremendous opportunity to further elevate Hyde’s distinctions in the NYC Charter landscape while leading a well-established, cohesive school environment for families and to continue positioning itself as an educational leader and community resource in Hunts Point.
 
Internally, the ED will set bold and ambitious goals, motivate and retain talented teachers and staff and maintain excellence with Hyde’s character education model. The ED will work to develop strong relationships with all teams across elementary, middle and high school divisions to continue to amplify Hyde’s “one school” mantra. The ED will adapt and innovate to best strengthen student outcomes while also meeting the professional growth of the teachers, the engagement with families, and the partnerships with community organizations in Hunts Point....

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Posted 11.16.20:  Four Faculty Positions, Ransom Everglades School (FL)

Additional information visit: https://www.ransomeverglades.org/about/employment
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• Director of Arts (Performing and Visual Arts): 
Ransom Everglades School is seeking a Director of Arts. This position involves overall responsibility for the school’s performing and visual arts programs, faculty, and facilities in the middle and upper schools. Responsibilities include leadership, support, and development of faculty; growth, development, and coordination of curriculum and programs; and representation and promotion of the visual and performing arts departments and their work, in the school and in the larger community. Highly developed organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills as well as a deep understanding of best practices in arts education, performance, and exhibition, and how the arts complement the academic and co-curricular programs at a premier independent school, are essential.

The role involves some teaching in the appointee’s discipline, but is primarily administrative. The Director of Arts serves on the school’s primary academic decision-making body, the Academic Council, and works in consultation with division heads, the Associate Head of School, and the Head of School....

• Faculty Member Humanities Department Upper School: 
Ransom Everglades School invites applications for full-time, upper school faculty members in the Humanities. The Humanities
Department (combining History & Social Sciences and English ) represents the school's commitment to interdisciplinary thinking and the Humanities as a core element of the curriculum. The department offers a four-year program in English, including a variety of senior elective courses, required courses in world civilizations and US History, and electives in government, philosophy, religion, economics, and other special topics, including most Advanced Placement courses. The skills of research, analysis, and synthesis, close reading of texts, and effective communication in writing and in speech are fundamental to the department's curriculum an pedagogy.

Members of the humanities department contribute to the department’s ongoing discussions about interdisciplinary and project-based learning and innovative assessments, and help create opportunities for student research and experiential learning. Faculty members in the Humanities department are called upon to serve as faculty mentors for independent study projects and Dan Leslie Bowden Fellowships in the Humanities. Candidates must embrace the school’s value for inquiry-based, student-centered learning and the school's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Ransom Everglades expects its faculty members to participate enthusiastically in department meetings and student activities, and otherwise be engaged in the life of the school. Prior independent school teaching experience, and proficiency with Microsoft Teams/OneNote and/or Google Classroom, are preferred. Applicants must have a Master's degree in a field within, or closely related to, the Humanities or Social Sciences and be comfortable using the Microsoft Suite and G Suite platforms....

• Faculty Member STEM Department Middle School:
Ransom Everglades School invites applications for full time, middle school faculty members in the STEM Department,beginning in August 2021. The STEM Department (combining Science and Mathematics & Computer Science)represents the school's commitment to interdisciplinary thinking and to STEM as a core element of the curriculum. Atthe middle school, Ransom Everglades offers a range of courses in mathematics from Foundations in Math to Geometry(proof-based), a three year integrated science curriculum, along with required basic programming courses, andelectives in python, engineering, and robotics. The department seeks candidates to help design contemporary curriculum, especially in computer science, and who can further its efforts to integrate the use of technology in pedagogy . Just like in the students we recognize, we value teachers who wish to share their love of mathematics with others in and outside of the classroom....

• Faculty Member STEM Department Upper School:
Ransom Everglades School invites applications for full time, upper school faculty members in the STEM Department, beginning in August 2021. The STEM Department (combining Science and Mathematics & Computer Science) represents the school's commitment to interdisciplinary thinking and to STEM as a core element of the curriculum. Ransom Everglades offers a range of courses in biology, chemistry, and physics, a rigorous math curriculum including Calculus BC w/Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra, along with computer science, data science, engineering, robotics, artificial intelligence, marine science, and other electives. The department seeks candidates to help grow the curriculum, especially in computer science, engineering, robotics, and maker education....
 

Posted 11.16.20:  Founding Director, Speech, Language, Pathology Program, Gwynedd Mercy University (PA)

Gwynedd Mercy University, a comprehensive independent Catholic university of 2750 students located in Montgomery County, PA seeks applications and nominations for the position of Founding Director of the Speech, Language, Pathology Program in the Frances M. Maguire School of Nursing & Health Professions.  This is a 12-month, non-tenure track faculty position with rank and salary commensurate with academic credentials and experience. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to become actively engaged in the development of an exemplary and innovative communication science program culminating in a MS degree in Speech-Language Pathology.   This is a unique opportunity for an individual who wants to be innovative in developing a new hybrid graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology.
 
The founding director will be actively involved in curriculum design, faculty recruitment and development, laboratory design, teaching, and the development of the accreditation documents. The candidate will also have experience teaching graduate-level courses in an online modality and a proven record of academic leadership. Requirements: a proven record of at least 8 years of past accomplishments in teaching, administration, and clinical experience in Speech-Language Pathology as outlined in Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, Standard 2.0 for Faculty; PhD in Speech-Language Pathology or Speech and Hearing Sciences; Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP); and eligibility for Pennsylvania licensure. ...

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Posted 11.16.20:  Multiple Openings, The College of Saint Rose (NY)

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 http://www.strose.edu/campus-offices/human-resources/employment-opportunities/

Administrative & Staff

Project Coordinator, Project Voices Grant
Payroll Accountant
Assistant Vice President for Financial Planning
Assistant Director of Safety and Security (Field Operations)
Instructional Support Specialist
Temporary Health Services Office Assistant
Licensed Practical Nurse - Part-Time Position
Assistant Director of Counseling Services
Instructional Designer
 

Posted 11.14.20:  Assistant Professor of Education (Tenure Track),  Curriculum and Instruction (Elementary Education), Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Special Education (CISE); School of Education & Human Development, University of Virginia

The School of Education and Human Development at the University of Virginia seeks an innovative scholar for the position of Assistant Professor of Education, in the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Special Education (CISE) in the area of preK-6 Elementary Teacher Education. This this is a 9-month, salaried, tenure-eligible faculty position.

The successful candidate is expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in elementary teacher education that could include: social studies methods; issues in preK-6 education; a capstone focusing on diversity, equity & social justice in education .  This position also advises students in the teacher education program as well as collaborates to build a cutting-edge online course focused on a topic particularly relevant for educators (race, equity & diversity in education). The successful candidate will work collaboratively with colleagues, both within and outside the School of Education and Human Development with an emphasis on working with preK-6 partners.
The successful candidate is expected to design and conduct rigorous research, working with interdisciplinary faculty across the school and the University, and to be successful in seeking extramural research funding. Preference will be given to individuals whose research concentrates on race and schooling, culturally responsive curriculum development, and other topics relevant to social studies education.
 
Required Qualifications and Experience:
  • Ed.D. or Ph.D. in social studies education, educational psychology, curriculum and instruction, early childhood or elementary teacher education, urban education, critical/cultural studies in education, or a related field prior to the start date of the position;
  • Experience teaching at the university level;
  • Classroom teaching experience in preK-6 education;
  • Knowledge about the education of diverse young learners in a preK-6 setting, knowledge of teaching and learning in preK-6...
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Posted 11.13.20:  Vice President for Equity, Inclusion and Diversity, New Mexico State University 

New Mexico State University (NMSU), a minority-serving, land grant, and space grant institution, seeks a strategic leader and relationship builder to be its inaugural Vice President for Equity, Inclusion and Diversity (VPEID). Reporting to the President, and serving as a member of the President’s Executive Team, the VPEID will join NMSU at a pivotal moment as the university is determined to provide a more inclusive environment that values all, ensures equity, and celebrates diversity in all its forms. Working across the university and the NMSU system, the VPEID will provide leadership in the development, coordination, and implementation of initiatives, programming, and services that promote equity, inclusion, diversity, social justice, access, and opportunity. 

NMSU has the opportunity to be a model for other land-grant institutions for how best to serve a diverse student body and surrounding community. As a Minority-Serving Institution (MSI), Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI), and as one of the most diverse land-grant universities in the nation, situated near the Mexican border on the Central and Latin American corridor, NMSU is positioned like no other land-grant, research university.  It has the main campus in Las Cruces and four community colleges across the state, a satellite learning center in Albuquerque, cooperative extension offices located in each of New Mexico's 33 counties, 12 agriculture research and science centers, and distance education. NMSU Las Cruces campus enrolls approximately 14,300 students, with 70 percent of the student population New Mexico residents. Approximately 58 percent of students identify as Hispanic, 2.6 percent as African American, 2.3 percent as American Indian or Alaskan Native, 1.3 percent as Asian American, 0.2 percent as Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, and 2.3 percent as multiracial. Also, as a military and veteran-friendly university, NMSU offers a highly accessible education with a spirit of service. ...

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Posted 11.13.20: Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, King School (CT)
 
King School invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. 
 
Evolving from the merger of three founding independent schools, King School strives to be the country’s premier PreK-12 research-driven institution in which students embrace open minds and courageous thinking. At King, diversity, equity and inclusion are core values and foundational to academic and professional excellence. Supported by experienced Head of School Dr. Karen Eshoo, the Board of Trustees, and King’s professional and parent communities, the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will join a community committed to providing the best possible experiences for its 700+ students as its top priority. King is located on a 34-acre campus in Stamford, CT, and serves students from more than 30 surrounding towns in Connecticut and New York.
 
King School seeks a creative leader to serve as its next Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. In this highly visible role that reports to the Head of School, the Director will lead and guide the community forward, expanding on the school’s already active work towards its core commitment of inclusion. The Director will be responsible for providing dynamic, collaborative leadership across the school in support of King’s mission....

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Posted 11.13.20: Associate Provost, Charlestown Campus, Bunker Hill Community College (MA)

Bunker Hill Community College (www.bhcc.edu), is accepting nominations and applications for the position of Associate Provost on the Charlestown Campus. The Associate Provost is a mission-critical executive-level leadership position with academic portfolio to ensure vibrant core program and services development at a senior leadership level. Reporting to the Provost/Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs, the Associate Provost provides strategic leadership and direction for the College’s academic programs and student services.
 
The Associate Provost will supervise the Dean of Humanities and Learning Communities, the Dean of Behavioral, Social Sciences and Global Learning, the Dean of Academic Support and College Pathway Programs, the Dean of Student Services, the Dean of Enrollment Management and Life Map, and the Director of Academic Innovation and Distance Education.  The Associate Provost on the Charlestown Campus will establish collaborative strategies with the Associate Provost of the Chelsea campus, to ensure the College achieves its stated mission at multiple sites, with attention to the unique focus of each.
 
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Earned doctorate and five years of senior-level management experience as a Dean or higher in an institution of higher education or
  • Master’s degree with seven years of demonstrated leadership and accomplishments in the area of academic programs as a Dean or higher in an institution of higher education.
  • Significant supervisory experience with faculty and staff at all levels in a collective bargaining environment.
  • College-level teaching experience....
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Posted 11.11.20:  Upward Bound, Academic Counselor / Tutoring and Mentoring Coordinator, University of Maine at Farmington

... Salary Band/Wage Band: $25,495-$29,717 (U/02)
Application Link: https://umf.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=64852

... UMF Upward Bound is a federally-funded program supported by two, 5-year competitive renewable TRIO grants from the U.S. Department of Education.  The goal of the Program is to generate in participants, the skills and motivation necessary to graduate from high school and to matriculate in and graduate from an institution of post-secondary education.  

The Academic Counselor / Tutoring and Mentoring Coordinator works with the Director of TRIO Programs and other Upward Bound at UMF staff to collaboratively plan and implement the program and achieve standardized program goals and objectives for two federal grants:  Foothills Upward Bound and River Valley Upward Bound.  The Academic Counselor / Tutoring and Mentoring Coordinator provides day-to-day oversight and coordination of programming and record keeping as well as direct services and support to students.
 
The position is full-time, August 15-June 15, 40 hours per week, with morning/evening/weekend/holiday hours required.  During the academic year, business days are split between the office and target high schools.   Additionally, there is the option to join the summer staff for the seven-week residential component.  Ownership of a reliable vehicle and valid driver’s license is required.  The position is a soft-money appointment....

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Posted 11.5.20:  Two Faculty Positions, College of Education, Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education, Georgia Southern University

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•  Assistant Professor of Secondary Education
Search # 67782

The Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education in the College of Education invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Secondary Education position. The home campus for this position will be our Statesboro campus. Some travel to our Armstrong or Liberty campuses may be required. Screening of applications begins December 5, 2020 and continues until the position is filled....

Position Description.
Reporting to the Chair of the Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education, the Assistant Professor of Secondary Education position primarily focuses upon teaching secondary education courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels and supervising teacher candidates in the department’s Secondary Education, Middle Grades Education, and the fully-online MAT program in Middle Grades and Secondary Education. The teaching requires the modeling of effective instructional practices for diverse student populations and the use of instructional technology in face-to-face, hybrid, and online learning environments.  Supervision responsibilities may require in-person observation of teacher candidates in local public school classrooms, remote supervision using videos and commentary platforms, and fully online observations of graduate-level in-service teachers. Scholarly responsibilities include maintaining an active research agenda yielding regular publications, professional presentations, and/or external grant proposals. In addition, the position involves collaborating with faculty across the College of Education and performing service to the department, college, University, regional schools, and the profession. Our department supports faculty efforts to integrate teaching, scholarship, and service through multi-faceted initiatives. The position is a 10-month, tenure-track appointment, and the salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience....

•  Assistant Professor of Secondary Education
Search # 67779

The Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education in the College of Education invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Secondary Education position. The home campus for this position will be our Armstrong campus in Savannah. Some travel to our Statesboro or Liberty campuses may be required. Screening of applications begins December 5, 2020 and continues until the position is filled....

Reporting to the Chair of the Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education, the Assistant Professor of Secondary Education position primarily focuses upon teaching secondary education courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels and supervising teacher candidates in the department’s traditional Armstrong campus-based undergraduate program in Savannah and our fully-online MAT program in Middle Grades and Secondary Education. The teaching requires the modeling of effective instructional practices for diverse student populations and the use of instructional technology in face-to-face, hybrid, and online learning environments. Supervision responsibilities may require in-person observation of teacher candidates in local public school classrooms, remote supervision using videos and commentary platforms, and fully online observations of graduate-level in-service teachers. Scholarly responsibilities include maintaining an active research agenda yielding regular publications, professional presentations, and/or external grant proposals. In addition, the position involves collaborating with faculty across the College of Education and performing service to the department, college, University, regional schools, and the profession. Our department supports faculty efforts to integrate teaching, scholarship, and service through multi-faceted initiatives. The position is a 10-month, tenure-track appointment, and the salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience....
 

Posted 11.5.20:  Assistant Professor, Childhood Education, SUNY–Plattsburgh

... The School of Education, Health, and Human Services prepares students for successful
entry into their profession. We focus on an ethical approach to human well-being and encourage critical
thinking and practical application. The Teacher Education Unit has a long-standing commitment to excellence,
and values those who have a dynamic, collaborative approach focused on inclusion, multicultural competencies,
learner-centered pedagogy, and social justice. In this position, beginning fall 2021, integrating curricular areas
and infusing technology to support learning will be essential. A successful candidate will be expected to
practice and model reflective teaching and learning as a member of collaborative/cooperative cohort teaching
teams, working closely with university colleagues and professionals in regional partner schools. The educator
preparation programs at SUNY Plattsburgh are innovative, flourishing, and nationally accredited, focusing on
preparing preservice teachers. Our programs integrate extensive field experiences, developmental and
educational theory, content knowledge, and critical pedagogy. We have adopted an inquiry approach to program
development, and as such, faculty participation in program assessment and improvement activities is required.
The successful candidate will be committed to excellence in teaching, scholarship, service, and to supporting
the learning and development of children, youth, and families. As an institution that delivers challenging and
high-quality educational experiences to a diverse group of learners, the successful candidate must demonstrate
an understanding of and sensitivity to diversity and gender issues. The successful candidate may be asked to
teach courses in a distance learning format....

To learn more about this position and to apply, please visit http://jobs.plattsburgh.edu/postings/116669

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Posted 10.29.20:  Dean, School of Graduate Education, University of California––Berkeley

The University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley), the world’s premier public university, invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the Graduate School of Education (GSE). The Dean will join a school with a rich history of research excellence, grounded in the social sciences, and will build upon these strengths. The Dean will also foster cutting-edge interdisciplinary and professional learning opportunities. With the most diverse faculty and student body of any school at UC Berkeley, in a community rooted in equity and social justice, GSE is uniquely positioned to address the pressing social, economic, and educational needs of the Bay Area, California, and beyond. The next Dean will bring together and inspire the School’s talented faculty, staff and students to further a mission of improving educational outcomes and ensuring learning, achievement, and quality of life for all students, including those in under-resourced schools, schools districts, and educational systems across the state and beyond.
 
The Graduate School of Education is one of the nation’s top-ranked schools of education, offering unparalleled scholarship and professional training that prepares future leaders of education policy, practice, and research. The GSE community includes 31 Senate faculty, over 200 students, 45 staff, and has a budget of $21 million. The School offers a diverse range of degree and credential programs, leadership development programs, and school and community outreach initiatives. It houses numerous research as well as professional development centers. For more information about the Graduate School of Education, please see http://gse.berkeley.edu.
 
The next Dean will join UC Berkeley at a pivotal moment for both the university and GSE. In 2018, Chancellor Carol Christ and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos led the campus through a strategic planning process, which resulted in a plan that invests heavily in the student experience, makes new commitments within Berkeley’s research and academic spheres, and strives to make the institution a more welcoming and supportive place for people of all backgrounds....

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Posted 10.29.20:  Head of Middle School, The Foote School (CT)

... The Foote School is a thriving, highly regarded independent day school located in New Haven, Connecticut that educates 439 students in Kindergarten through 9th Grade. The School’s motto is – Gladly will I learn and gladly teach.
 
Founded by Martha Babcock Foote in 1916, Foote School has cultivated an atmosphere of excellence and mutual respect through close relationships among teachers, students, and families. The School continues to be inspired by her original vision with “its emphasis on creativity and its          
Focus on the growth of mind and spirit.” As noted in the mission, joy and purpose are evident in each classroom, in the halls, and on the playground, on the stage and playing fields, and in daily interactions between community members at Foote. 
 
Foote is an intentionally diverse community—a diversity of perspectives and ethnicities, as well as socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds —and Foote families remark how this leads children to greater understanding and academic excellence. The School’s commitment to financial aid is strong: more than 21 percent of students receive need-based aid totaling $1.8 million annually....

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Posted 10.28.20:  Director, Educational Administration Program, School of Education, University of Washington–Tacoma

The University of Washington Tacoma’s School of Education announces an opening for a full-time Director of the Educational Administration Program to start in the 2021-2022 academic year with faculty rank of Professor of Practice. The Educational Administration program prepares P-12 principals and program administrators to center equity, ethics, and critical reflection as leaders who positively impact the lives of diverse communities, families, and learners. The expected start date is around June 2021 and will be negotiated with the Dean....

The priority review date of applications is January 04, 2021....

Required Qualifications:

  1. Earned master’s degree (or a foreign equivalent) from an accredited institution of higher education in the areas of educational administration, leadership, or a related field, with an emphasis in P-12 education by the time of hire. Terminal degree from an accredited institution is strongly preferred.  
  2. Broad knowledge of school leadership and successful experience in P-12 settings. 
  3. Evidence of successful building/school-level, district-level, and/or regional educational leadership experience in P-12 settings.
  4. Clear track record as an equity and social justice advocate through initiatives to improve educational outcomes for a diverse community of educators and learners....
The full job ad is located at:   https://ap.washington.edu/ahr/position-details/?job_id=65315
 
Posted 10.28.20:   Three Open Positions, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Lecturer, Liberal Studies (5346BR)
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Lecturer, Liberal Studies--English (5345BR)
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Assistant Director, Liberal Studies--English/Linguistics (5352BR)
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Posted 10.28.20:  Dean of Inclusive Teaching and Learning, The Deerfield Academy (MA)

Chartered in 1797, Deerfield Academy is an independent secondary school that is home to 648 students in grades 9-12. Located in Western Massachusetts, Deerfield is committed to high standards of scholarship, citizenship, and personal responsibility. Through a rigorous liberal arts curriculum, extensive co-curricular program, and supportive residential environment, the Academy encourages each student to develop an inquisitive and creative mind, sound body, and strong moral character....
 
Reporting to the Assistant Head of School for Academic Affairs, the Dean of Inclusive Teaching and Learning will cooperatively and strategically advance Deerfield’s inclusion efforts by evaluating the student-curriculum for inclusivity and developing and implementing a staff and faculty professional development curriculum to support inclusion in the classroom and beyond. As a member of Deerfield’s leadership team, this Dean will influence the strategic direction of the school for years to come....

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Posted 10.28.20:  Associate Head of School/Dean of Faculty, The Deerfield Academy (MA)

... Reporting to the Associate Head of School/Dean of Faculty, the Associate Dean of Faculty will work cooperatively and strategically to advance inclusion efforts by leading recruitment, hiring, and retention efforts of faculty to the school. As a member of Deerfield’s leadership team, this Associate Dean will influence the strategic direction of the school for years to come.
 
The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated track record of successful recruitment, hiring and retention of outstanding faculty of diverse backgrounds. Although not required, familiarity with or experience in a boarding school environment as a student and/or faculty and staff member would be a plus....

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Posted 10.26.20:  Dean, Faculty of Information (iSchool), University of Toronto
 
The University of Toronto is conducting an extensive search for Dean of the Faculty of Information (iSchool), to take office by July 1, 2021, and invites expressions of interest, applications, and nominations. This is an exciting opportunity to join one of the world’s leading information and knowledge management schools that is transforming society through collaboration, innovation, and knowledge creation....

...The Dean of the Faculty of Information will provide dynamic national and international leadership to enhance the Faculty’s endeavours, promote excellence and inclusion amongst all faculty, staff, and students, and relate successfully to a wide range of internal and external partners. ...

The successful candidate will be an accomplished and visionary scholar and administrator who has demonstrated transformative accomplishments in education and research, and has a history of academic leadership that reflects a commitment to inclusive excellence. The new Dean will possess an open and collegial style, a creative approach to problem solving, outstanding management, communication, and interpersonal skills, and a record of building strong teams and engaging with the community. ...

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Posted 10.26.20:  Four Open Positions, Computer Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Assistant Professor, Computing Security (5340BR)
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The B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences invites applications for a full-time tenure-track assistant professor position in the Department of Computing Security.  We encourage strong candidates whose research focuses are in, but not limited to, the following areas: privacy, usable security, threats modeling, malware and digital forensics, network and system security, and applications of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in computing security.
 
Lecturer, Software Engineering (5338BR)
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The Department of Software Engineering at RIT invites applications for a Lecturer position beginning January 2021. The successful candidate will be able to teach a range of courses covering basic and advanced topics in software engineering. This may include: introduction to software engineering; design principles and patterns; design of secure software, enterprise software, concurrent and distributed software, or real-time and embedded systems; requirements and architecture; project and process management and, web engineering.
 
Assistant Professor, Computer Science (5337BR)
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The Department of Computer Science invites applications for two full-time tenure-track assistant professor positions in all areas of computer science that strengthen our department. Successful applicants are expected to contribute to the scholarship of the department and college through externally funded research and through teaching and mentoring of BS, MS, and PhD students.
 
Assistant Professor, Computer Engineering (5323BR)
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The Department of Computer Engineering invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level starting in the 2021-2022 academic year. Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering or closely related discipline by the time of hire. The department is looking for candidates who can strengthen the computer engineering core competencies and have expertise in the areas of Digital and Embedded Systems, High Performance Architectures, IoT and Networks, Cybersecurity, AI/Machine Learning, emerging computing paradigms such as Neuromorphic or Quantum Computing, or other closely related research areas.  Applicants are expected to have a strong publication record, ability to teach computer engineering core courses and communicate effectively, potential to establish and conduct sponsored research, and the ability to contribute to the college's continuing commitment to diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.
Posted 10.26.20:  Two Open Positions, School of Education, Northwest Missouri State University

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

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

Posted 10.26.20:  Instructor in Teacher Education Department, The University of Nebraska at Omaha
 
The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) invites applications for an instructor for the 2021-2022 school year with an anticipated start in August 2021.  This position is in the Teacher Education Department. Duties include teaching and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students; contributing to the diversity, inclusion, and equity efforts of UNO; and providing departmental, university, and professional service.  We seek a candidate with a strong professional record, previous teaching experience at the university level, and a commitment to teaching undergraduates of diverse backgrounds....

...Review of applications will begin in November 2020 and will continue until the position is filled.

For additional information, please contact Dr. Kathy Danielson, Teacher Education Department Chair  at kdanielson@unomaha.edu

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Posted 10.21.20:  Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, St. Catherine's School (VA)

A leader in girls’ education since its founding in 1890, St. Catherine’s School is deeply committed to developing strong, smart, and confident girls who are prepared for a lifetime of learning, leadership, and service. With a community of 960 girls age 3 through grade 12, St. Catherine’s combines a warm and supportive learning environment with a well-rounded and challenging curriculum designed to inspire girls to develop courage, explore their passions, and expand their hearts and minds. St. Catherine’s is one of the six member Episcopal schools of Church Schools in the Diocese of Virginia. The School embraces a diversity of backgrounds, nationalities, faith traditions, experiences, and perspectives and cherishes the inclusive nature of its community.
 
St. Catherine's is on a journey to be a part of dismantling systemic racism. The School is committed to respecting, nurturing, and promoting diversity and its importance in the development of students and the well-being of the community....

The Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) will work with the administration, faculty, and students to carry out Our Path Forward and ensure that diversity, equity, and inclusion are integrated throughout every aspect of the community and curriculum. In alignment with the School’s mission and core values, the Director will plan and execute new and existing organizational-wide DEI initiatives, professional development sessions, policies, and systems to foster inclusivity, diversity, and equity across campus. As a member of the senior administrative team, the Director must be a strategic leader who is passionate about DEI work and will work to strengthen and build holistic DEI strategy for St. Catherine's....

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Posted 10.21.20:  Three Openings, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

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

    Responsibilities include:
    • teaching courses
    • subbing across the curriculum,
    • participating in co-curricular school activities,
    • providing administrative support as necessary.

    A bachelor’s degree is necessary; a master’s degree and/or teaching credential is preferred....

•  Mathematics Teacher
    
The Archer School for Girls is seeking a skilled and experienced Mathematics teacher starting immediately. The position involves teaching     Upper School mathematics classes using student-centered methodologies. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to teaching 4-5     classes, serving as an advisor, and participating in co-curricular school activities. A desire to collaborate with colleagues and a commitment     to encouraging the potential in every student is essential....

•  Advancement and Communications Coordinator (Temporary Leave Coverage)
    We are seeking an energetic, highly driven, creative, and collaborative professional to join the Advancement and Communications team.     This position will be an important part of our lively team to support administrative, community-building, and development efforts, and plays     an integral role in seeing projects through that further articulate Archer’s mission with key constituents. This is a temporary role from     November 2020 - March 2021 as support during maternity leave, currently mostly remote as per health and safety guidelines due to     COVID-19....



Posted 10.20.20:  Chief of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Action, The Mount Vernon School (GA)

... Located in Atlanta, GA, Mount Vernon is a school of inquiry, innovation, and impact, preparing all students to be college ready, globally competitive, and engaged citizen leaders. Committed to creating and sustaining a school culture where all members feel valued and safe, Mount Vernon continues to engage in courageous conversations about race and other complex topics. The collaboration of teachers and students throughout the School has been fruitful and impactful. From the anti-bias curriculum focus to the schoolwide partnership with the Center for Civil and Human Rights, the School has taken incremental, deliberate steps to advance IDEA....

The ideal candidate will have a career demonstrating a shared commitment to Mount Vernon’s core values, the mission, and to advancing inclusion, diversity, equity and the actions necessary for change. A strong track record of strategic planning and team management are highly desired. In addition, the Mount Vernon community seeks an innovative thought partner and collegial collaborator who leads across constituencies with respect, integrity, warmth, and humility....
 
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Posted 10.20.20:  Head of School, Academy of Notre Dame de Namur (PA)

The Academy of Notre Dame de Namur invites nominations and applications for Head of School, a position to begin July 1, 2021. Located in Villanova, PA, The Academy of Notre Dame is a premier independent, Catholic, college preparatory school enrolling 550 girls in grades 6 through 12....

Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the next Head will implement the 2020-2025 “A Future of Promise” strategic plan with an eye towards the long-term future of the school. Overseeing a total staff of six, direct reports to the Head of School include the Associate Head of School, the Director of Enrollment and Institutional Advancement, the Director of Operations, the Director of Finance, the Director of Information Resources and Technologies, and the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. ...

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Posted 10.14.20:  Two Open Positions, Saint Bonaventure University (NY)

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• Director of Counseling Center
St. Bonaventure University is currently seeking a full-time, 12-month Director of the Counseling Center.  This position is responsible for the administration, strategic planning and daily management of the St. Bonaventure University Counseling Center. The Director provides leadership and supervision to the counseling professional staff.  This position develops and administers center protocols and procedures in keeping with current best practices for university counseling centers, maintains a student caseload and participates in the on-call duty rotation. Master’s degree in counseling or mental health discipline is required....

• Tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor of Economics Position, School of Business, Department of Finance       
St. Bonaventure University invites applications for a position in economics at the Assistant/Associate Professor level.  Candidates must either possess a Ph.D. from an accredited university or be in the process of completing a Ph.D. Research and teaching interest in Sports Economics or Health Economics is a plus.  Start date of Spring 2021 or Fall 2021 are both acceptable....
 

Posted 10.10.20:  Upper School Director, Breck School (MN)
 

Breck School, a PK-12 co-ed day school of 1150 students, is seeking an experienced educational leader to serve as its next Upper School Director. The Upper School Director is responsible for leading the 9-12 division of approximately 50 faculty and 470 students and for overseeing day-to-day operations, academic and co-curricular programs, student life, faculty professional development, and other related aspects of the Upper School. As a member of Breck’s senior leadership team, the Upper School Director will work closely and collaboratively with colleagues across the school and in partnership with Head of School, Natalia Rico Hernández. The Upper School Director must delight in working with students and bring energy and charisma to the work. The ideal Upper School Director will be an effective and organized manager, as well as a fair-minded, transparent, and involved leader who values interpersonal relationships and is genuinely committed to fostering the school’s work in diversity, equity, and inclusion. Additional information is available at www.breckschool.org 

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Posted 10.10.20:  Four Open Positions, Clinical or Tenure Track Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Occupational Therapy, St. Bonaventure University

St. Bonaventure University’s (SBU) School of Health Professions, Department of Occupational Therapy, is seeking applications for four 12-month Clinical or Tenure Track Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor positions beginning June 1, 2021 in the Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) program. The SBU entry-level MSOT Program joined the School of Health Professions at SBU, which includes professional preparation programs in Public Health, Health Science, Nursing, and Physician Assistant Studies.
  • Candidates must be certified by the NBCOT, eligible for licensure in the State of New York, and must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in occupational therapy practice.
  • Candidates must have an earned master’s degree in occupational therapy.
  • Candidates must have Level I and Level II supervision experience.
  • Candidates holding an advanced degree (e.g., OTD, EdD, PhD, ScD) are preferred.
  • Demonstrated teaching experience in higher education is preferred.Clinical or Tenure Track Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Occupational Therapy...
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Posted 10.1.20: Three Tenure-track Positions, University of Nebraska at Omaha

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•  Assistant/Associate Professor - Literacy Education
The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Teacher Education Department is seeking a tenure track assistant or associate professor in Literacy Education to join our dynamic and growing team. We are seeking candidates who are accepting and affirming of all people and who have experience in methods of instruction in cultural competency and diversity inclusion. Successful candidates for the position should also have experience in technology and culturally relevant pedagogies. Duties include teaching literacy education courses, both at graduate and undergraduate levels; scholarly research and publication; contributing to the diversity, inclusion, and equity efforts; providing leadership for the graduate literacy program; advising graduate students; supervising field experiences; collaborating with schools...
 

•  Assistant Professor, Teacher Education ESL/Bilingual/Biliteracy Education
The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Teacher Education Department is seeking a tenuretrack assistant professor in the area of ESL/Bilingual/Biliteracy Education to join our dynamic and growing team. We are seeking candidates who are accepting and affirming of all people and who have experience in methods of instruction in cultural competency and diversity inclusion. Successful candidates for the position should also have experience in technology and culturally relevant pedagogies. Duties include teaching ESL/Bilingual/Biliteracy Education courses, both at the graduate and undergraduate levels; scholarly research and publication; contributing to the diversity, inclusion, and equity efforts; advising graduate students; supervising field experiences, collaborating with schools; and participating in institutional initiatives directed toward excellence in Teacher Education....


•  Assistant Professor - Early Childhood/Elementary Mathematics Education
The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Teacher Education Department is seeking a tenuretrack assistant professor in Early Childhood/Elementary Mathematics Education to join our dynamic and growing team. We are seeking candidates who are accepting and affirming of all people and who have experience in methods of instruction in cultural competency and diversity inclusion. Successful candidates for the position should also have experience in technology and culturally relevant pedagogies and experience teaching in grades PK-6. Duties include teaching Early Childhood/Elementary Mathematics Education courses, both at graduate and undergraduate levels; scholarly research and publication; contributing to the diversity, inclusion, and equity efforts; partnering with the Mathematics Department on common initiatives; working with STEM initiatives on campus; working with state initiatives in Mathematics Education; supervising field experiences; collaborating with schools...