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Posted 10.1.22: Two Openings, St. Joseph's College of Maine

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

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

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

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

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

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

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 10.1.22:  Director of Student Services, North Allegheny School District (PA)

North Allegheny School District, a large suburban district in the Pittsburgh region with over 8,500 students and 1100 employees... The Director of Student Services shall assist the Superintendent and administrative team in providing leadership, vision and strategic direction and program development to achieve and maintain the best possible educational programs and services for all students with across-the-board consistency and continuity when meeting individual student needs and enhancing programs and services. The Director will provide leadership for total operations and outcomes for school counseling, student assistance, special education, gifted education, psychological services, and health services....

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

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

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

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

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

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 

 

Posted 9.29.22:  Multiple Openings, Rochester Institute for Technology (NY)

Assistant Professor
As part of a growing, strategic research cluster in human-computer interaction (HCI) and computing accessibility, the School of Information at RIT invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position, at the assistant, associate, or full professor rank, for an appointment beginning fall 2023.  https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25483&siteid=5291&AReq=7252BR

Lecturer
The Summer Transition Education Program (STP) is a six-week, intensive college-preparation program.  The Instructional Lead/Curriculum Developer will be responsible for creating instructional and supplementary resource materials and administering classroom and standardized assessments for the Summer Transition Education Program (STP) department.
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Assistant Professor
The Golisano Institute for Sustainability at the Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, NY) invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Sustainability. The successful applicant will have demonstrated research experience and the potential to become a leading expert in sustainability research that is distinct from but complementary to research by our current faculty.
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Assistant Professor  
Applications are invited for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Department of Software Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The department has one opening for an Assistant Professor in Software Engineering starting either January or August 2023 .https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25483&siteid=5291&AReq=7256BR

Assistant Professor
The Department of Computer Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for a full-time tenure-track assistant professor position in the area of computer vision.  https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25483&siteid=5291&AReq=7235BR

Assistant Professor
The Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences (GCCIS) invites applications for a full-time tenure-track assistant professor position in the Department of Computing Security. We encourage strong candidates whose research is in any area of cybersecurity, and especially those with research experience or interests in health or healthcare, or in systems and software security.
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Assistant Professor  
The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) seeks applicants for a lecturer or Senior lecturer in the Department of Public Policy beginning in spring of 2022-2023 or fall of 2023-2024 academic year. The department is seeking a teacher who can contribute to high-quality graduate education. The selected candidate would be expected to teach 8 courses per year, with reductions due to any agreed-upon administrative responsibilities. 
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Assistant Professor  
The Department of Psychology at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT; www.rit.edu/psychology) invites candidates to apply for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position starting in August 2023.  We are seeking two energetic and enthusiastic psychologists who will serve as instructors, researchers, and mentors to students in our undergraduate (Psychology, Neuroscience) and graduate programs (Masters in Experimental Psychology, Ph.D. in Cognitive Science).
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Assistant Professor  
The Department of Psychology at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT; www.rit.edu/psychology) invites candidates to apply for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position starting in August 2023.  We are seeking two energetic and enthusiastic psychologists who will serve as instructors, researchers, and mentors to students in our undergraduate (Psychology, Neuroscience) and graduate programs (Masters in Experimental Psychology, Ph.D. in Cognitive Science).
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Assistant/Associate Professor
The School of Interactive Games and Media (IGM) is growing significantly, and applications are invited for one Assistant or Associate Professor position starting August 2023. Successful applicants will contribute to IGM and the college via scholarship, research, teaching and mentoring of undergraduate and graduate students and service to the department, university, and the field.
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Posted 9.29.22:  Associate Director of College Counseling, Milton Academy (MA)

Milton Academy is an independent college preparatory K–12 school, boarding and day in grades 9–12, located just outside Boston.
Milton Academy cultivates in our students a passion for learning and a respect for others....
In our ongoing work to create an environment that confronts bias, injustice, and bigotry, we encourage each other to be open to learning, explore our histories and identities, and seek to understand the world around us with a critical lens....

Primary Responsibilities
  • Work closely with students to develop their self-confidence and self-awareness during a decision making process, assisting them in identifying their strengths, and their areas of growth. 
  • Collaborate with students and their families to identify a range of colleges that provide the best intellectual, cultural, and financial fit.
  • Work closely with parents to help them be an advocate and a source of support for their child while also helping them manage expectations throughout the process....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 9.24.22:  Head of School, Greene Street Friends School (PA)

Greene Street Friends School invites nominations and applications for their next Head of School beginning July 2023.
 
Since 1855, Greene Street Friends School (GSFS) has educated children according to the Quaker principles of honesty, respect for the individual, peace, and simplicity. The ethos of the GSFS community is rooted deeply in respect for everyone, stemming from the Quaker belief in “that of God” in all, and strengthened by the caring, spiritual relationship with Green Street Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. GSFS inspires their 322 in grades Pre-K-8 students to be world changers and seekers of knowledge, equity, and social justice. Strong academic fundamentals and ethical strength prepare GSFS students for a rapidly changing world and enable them to succeed with enthusiasm for learning and for life....

An ideal candidate for the Head of School will demonstrate the following:
  • Alignment with Greene Street Friends School’s mission and vision;
  • The ability to develop, refine and implement a strategic vision to guide GSFS into its next phase of development;
  • A strong capacity to build relationships with the various constituencies that make up our school community, ensuring that all voices feel heard;
  • Strong financial and operational skills to ensure excellence and long-term sustainability;
  • Exceptional listening, verbal/written communication, and public speaking skills;
  • A commitment to and demonstrated experience with diversity, equity, inclusion, social justice, and belonging....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
Posted 9.24.22:  Three Open Positions,  University of Nebraska at Omaha
 
• Assistant Professor – Early Childhood/Elementary Literacy Education
Duties include teaching Early Childhood/Early Elementary Literacy courses, both at the graduate and undergraduate levels; scholarly research and publication; contributing to the diversity, inclusion, access, and equity efforts; supervising field experiences, collaborating with schools; and participating in institutional initiatives directed toward excellence in Teacher Education. This is a full-time, in-person, benefits eligible position with an anticipated start date of August 14, 2023.
Complete position summary, including qualifications, and application procedure available at:
https://unomaha.peopleadmin.com/postings/16453
 Initial screening begins October 21, 2022
 
• Assistant Professor – Early Childhood STEM Education
Duties include teaching Early Childhood and Early Childhood STEM  courses, both at the graduate    and undergraduate levels; scholarly research and publication; contributing to diversity, inclusion, access, and equity efforts; supervising field experiences; collaborating with schools; and participating in institutional initiatives directed toward excellence in Teacher Education.
 This is a full-time, in-person, benefits eligible position with an anticipated start date of August 14, 2023.   
 Complete position summary, including qualifications, and application procedure available at
 https://unomaha.peopleadmin.com/postings/16455
 Initial screening begins October 21, 2022.
 
• Teacher Education Instructor – Instructional Coach Co-Leader
 Duties include working with TED instructors to support teacher candidates’ development throughout their teacher preparation program. The instructional coach will support the progress of teacher candidates and provide ongoing feedback both verbally and electronically during Intermediate and Advanced level courses. The Coach will travel to multiple schools within the metropolitan area. The Instructional Coach will build capacity within each candidate to develop his or her ability to apply theory to practice. In order to meet this purpose, the Instructional Coach will provide personalized support that is based on the goals, performance assessments, and identified needs of individual teacher candidates. Coaches must possess a wide variety of instructional strategies that can be used in building capacity within teacher candidates.  Additionally, Instructional Coach Co-Leaders will facilitate Instructional Coaching Program duties.
 This is a full-time, in-person, benefits eligible position with an anticipated start date of August 14, 2023.
Complete position summary, including qualifications, and application procedure available at:
https://unomaha.peopleadmin.com/postings/16454
Initial screening begins November 7, 2022
 

Posted 9.24.22:  Director of the Equity & Justice Institute, Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences (CA)
 

Crossroads School has always been on the forefront of educating youth for engaged leadership in the wider community, and the School recently formalized and elevated its equity and justice programs to a new level. In an attempt to further our commitment to helping to foster, systemic social change, Crossroads School launched a new hallmark program in 2018: The Equity & Justice Institute. The Institute is an endowed program, ensuring that our philosophy of influencing positive change in the world and serving the greater good will remain a part of the school’s core values and program in perpetuity. In addition to the Director, the Institute will have a shared program assistant and an external Advisory Council....

... Reporting to the Head of School, the Director of the Equity and Justice Institute (\“Director\”) serves as an important leader in formalizing and elevating the School’s ongoing work in equity and justice programs and partnerships. The Director serves on the senior administrative team and is a highly visible presence within the school community, engaging individually and collectively with students, faculty, staff, and the greater community. The Director will be a significant external presence, building and strengthening the School’s role in neighborhood, regional, and global partnerships, while simultaneously collaborating closely with the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion to ensure that the work of both programs are complementing and supporting each other....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 9.24.22:  Multiple Diversity Faculty Fellow Positions for 2023, School of Education, SUNY at Cortland (NY)

To promote and support our inclusive community, SUNY Cortland’s School of Education is seeking
applicants for our university’s Diversity Faculty Fellows Program. The aim of this program is to attract
diverse faculty of promise to our campus. We are recruiting early career scholars who seek to gain
experience in a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in a supportive, inclusive environment. Fellows
will help support the infusion of topics related to equity and inclusion in the departmental and/or
college-wide curriculum inside and outside the classroom.

Diversity Faculty Fellows are tenure-track members of their respective departments. For the first two
years of their appointment, fellows teach a reduced load of 12 credits per year (6 credits per semester)
and participate in a professional learning community with an assigned mentor designed specifically to
support professional growth and ensure success in the areas of teaching, scholarship and service. Like
all full-time faculty at SUNY Cortland, fellows will be expected to maintain a routine presence on
campus to support the campus values of Focus on the Students, Integrity, and Intellectual Life. The two
Diversity Faculty Fellow positions in the School of Education are posted separately and include:

Diversity Faculty Fellow/Assistant Professor of Literacy (tenure-track) in the Literacy Department
(https://jobs.cortland.edu/postings/6571)

• Diversity Faculty Fellow/Assistant Professor of Special Education (tenure-track) in the Foundations
and Social Advocacy Department (https://jobs.cortland.edu/postings/6744)
 

Posted 9.24.22:  Instructor, TESOL SUNY at Brockport (NY)
 
SUNY Brockport is currently accepting applications for an Instructor (Tenure-Track), Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). The person in this role is responsible for teaching courses in the Department of Education & Human Development and for regular service (such as advisement. committees, and accreditation activities), at the department, school and College levels.

We seek practitioners whose work engages directly with schools and communities and includes any of the following (or related) domains: 1) teaching English as a new language in Pre-K-12 schools; 2) newcomer students, including students with interrupted formal education; 3) bilingual and/or multilingual education in Pre-K-12 schools, 4) culturally- and linguistically-sustaining pedagogies; and/or 5) equity-oriented teacher education practices and program designs....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 9.24.22:  Head of School, Siena School (MD)

The Siena School in Silver Spring, Maryland, seeks an educational leader eager for an opportunity to work in an inspirational, mission-driven school with an exceptional team of professionals who are continually seeking transformational experiences for their students....

The next Head of School will continue the practice of offering the highest quality, research-based program that has been a hallmark of the school’s exceptionally talented and hard-working team. Professionals at Siena are known for their
commitment to continuous improvement and the unrelenting strength-based focus on each individual student. Together, they provide the necessary tools and strategies that help students become life-long learners. The next Head will be an engaged educational leader who understands dyslexia, along with other language-based learning differences, and who enjoys leading and being a member of a highly collaborative, mission-focused team. Reporting to the Executive Head of School, the Head of School will have the overall responsibility of the day-to-day operations of the Silver Spring campus. Along with reviewing this introductory position profile, candidates will want to explore the embedded links and The Siena School website....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 9.24.22:  Five Tenure-track Open Positions for 2023, SUNY Cortland (NY)

The School of Education at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Cortland is pleased to announce
a cohort hire of five tenure track positions. We seek to recruit a group of exceptional scholars with a
record of commitment to the academic success of historically marginalized groups of students and
engagement in scholarly activity and service at the intersection of education, anti-racism, diversity,
equity, inclusion, and social justice. The five positions are posted separately and include:

• Assistant/Associate Professor of Elementary Mathematics Education (tenure-track) in the
Childhood/Early Childhood Education Department (https://jobs.cortland.edu/postings/6730)

• Assistant Professor of Elementary Curriculum & Instruction (tenure-track) in the Childhood/Early
Childhood Education Department (https://jobs.cortland.edu/postings/6570)

• Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education (tenure-track) in the Childhood/Early Childhood
Education Department (https://jobs.cortland.edu/postings/6568)

• Assistant Professor of Literacy (tenure-track) in the Literacy Department
(https://jobs.cortland.edu/postings/6572)

• Assistant Professor of Special Education (tenure-track) in the Foundations and Social Advocacy
Department (https://jobs.cortland.edu/postings/6500)
 
Posted 9.24.22:  Head of School, Capital City Public Charter School (Washington DC)

Captial City Charter School (CCPCS) offers instruction to more than 1,000 students who represent a wide range of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds and come from every zip code in the city. Capital City offers a rigorous academic program that emphasizes independent and collaborative learning within an inclusive community. Through the EL Education model, students study compelling topics, many related to social justice, through authentic hands-on learning experiences that result in high-quality and meaningful work....

Capital City serves a diverse population of students (65 percent low-income, 60 percent Latino, 28 percent Black, 7 percent White, 1 percent Asian, 4 percent Multiracial). Forty percent of students are English language learners, and all school communications are distributed in both English and Spanish. Nineteen percent of students receive special education services. Capital City has been recognized as a model for diversity and inclusivity and makes a strong commitment to educational equity for all students....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 9.24.22:  Multiple Leadership Positions in the Arts

Click the job title below for the complete posting.
• Chief of Equity, Impact, and Belonging- Sundance Institute
... Sundance Institute has offices in Park City, Los Angeles, and New York City and currently operates remotely in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and the District of Columbia. The 29-member board of trustees is led by President and Founder Robert Redford and Board Chair Ebs Burnough. Joana Vicente serves as Chief Executive Officer and there are 180 year-round employees. 

Position Summary 
A member of the senior executive team, the Chief of Equity, Impact, and Belonging (CEIB) will work strategically to cultivate Sundance Institute’s commitment to building an inclusive and respectful culture that understands and celebrates the diversity and human nature of its team members and community. The CEIB will be able to establish credibility and build authentic relationships across a complex, decentralized, and diverse organization. They will lead the development and adoption of the organization’s cultural impact strategy by ensuring that equity and belonging are core values to its work: within its workplace, within its programs supporting artists, and within its public programs and partnerships that engage audience and industry partners. Working closely under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer, this individual will partner across the organization to develop policies and practices that embed equity, belonging, and accessibility into every space of the organization to provide employees equal opportunities to do their best work, feel valued, and thrive, as well as for artists and audiences to experience equitable engagement and practices from curation to programmatic work. The CEIB will simultaneously drive and influence the process of deepening Sundance Institute’s cultural impact work both internally and within the industry. 


• Executive Director- New York City Children's Theater
... Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have the vision to move NYCCT to the next exciting chapter of its growth. In partnership with founder and Artistic Director (AD) Barbara Zinn Krieger, the ED will lead a full-time staff of ten and a part-time staff of five. The ED will be responsible for strategic leadership and vision, fundraising and revenue enhancement, staff management, and education. In concert with the AD, board, and staff, they will set a clear direction for the organization and ensure resources, systems, and structures are in place to meet NYCCT’s goals for the capital campaign and next iteration of the strategic plan. The ED will value diversity and create an environment that is sustainably inclusive and equitable. They will be a positive role model who works creatively and collaboratively across the organization and throughout the community to build strong external relationships. ...

•  Brooklyn Arts Council, Executive Director
... BAC grants support local artists and small arts organizations whose work enhances the cultural climate of its borough, city, and stat. Recognizable Brooklyn natives gained early support and financial assistance through BAC, including filmmaker Spike Lee and playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, before reaching internationally recognized status. In 2022, BAC awarded just over $1 million in grants to 185 individuals and organizations.... 

• Hugo House, Executive Director
... Hugo House presents a wide range of literary programs, for people of all ages and of all levels of experience, to experience the joy of the written word. There are in-person and online courses covering a wide range of writing styles and experiences, taught by published writers. Students come from a variety of backgrounds and classes are offered for adults and children. The primary educational programming consists of four seasonal catalogs of classes and workshops for adults including free classes, free writing-circles, and free consultations with writers-in-residence: some 300 offerings serve 3,000 writers and readers annually.... 

Posted 9.17.22:  Visiting Assistant Professor, African American Studies Program, University of Puget Sound (WA)

Appointment:

A two semester Visiting Assistant Professor position housed in the African American Studies Program with a focus on race & ethnicity in the U.S. for the spring and fall semesters of the calendar year, 2023.
 
Responsibilities:
 Teach three courses in spring ‘23 and three in fall '23. This teaching will include two sections of AFAM 401: Narratives of Race; one section of AFAM/LTS 320: Race, Power, and Privilege; two AFAM electives which can focus on the primary content area of the professor, with faculty mentorship for establishing such courses into the curriculum; one first-year writing seminar. The University of Puget Sound offers faculty the opportunity to teach in the summer for additional compensation. If the candidate should desire such an option, mentorship will be provided to support the process.
 
Qualifications:
A doctoral degree (ABD considered) in Ethnic Studies or a relevant field in the Arts, Humanities, or Social Sciences, and a commitment to liberal arts education are required. We particularly seek a colleague with training in Ethnic Studies for this visiting position with approaches that are interdisciplinary, and even more so, transdisciplinary, who deeply engages decolonial thought. Such a colleague's training would support the continued work of African American Studies, in collaboration with the Race & Pedagogy Institute, to bring the critical insights of the African American Studies discipline to course content across the university campus....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 9.17.22:  Vice President for Finance & Administration, Defiance College (OH)

 Defiance College (www.defiance.edu) announces the search for a Vice President for Finance & Administration (VPFA) and invites applications and nominations for the position. The strongest applicants for the position will be energetic, innovative, collaborative, and strategic leaders.
 
Reporting directly to the President, the VPFA will serve on the President’s Cabinet and work collaboratively with senior administrators, the Board of Trustees, and the entire campus community to provide responsible stewardship of the College resources. The VPFA will be responsible for leading and strategically managing all areas of finance, accounting, payroll, student accounts, and physical plant, and shall direct and supervise the Controller, Director of Physical Plant, and the Director of Human Resources. The VPFA also provides leadership for the planning and direction of the College’s computer and information services’ needs.
 
The Vice President for Finance & Administration will have a history of leading and managing multiple aspects of a senior level position and possess an established record of employing a strong analytical focus to make data-informed decisions. The new VPFA will have a Master’s Degree, a CPA certification, and ten years of progressively responsible and successful administrative expertise in financial management....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 

Posted 9.17.22:  Multiple Openings, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

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•  Department Chair
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) in the College of Engineering Technology at Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for the position of Department Chair.

• Assistant/Associate Professor
The Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology (MMET) department in RIT’s College of Engineering Technology (CET) is currently seeking applications from exceptional candidates for TWO full-time, tenure-track position, to support the Mechanical, Robotics & Manufacturing and Mechatronics Engineering Technology programs.
 

Posted 9.14.22:  Multiple Openings, Full/Associate/Assistant Professor in Technology-Enhanced Immersive
Learning, Simmons School of Education & Human Development


The Simmons School of Education & Human Development invites applications for 3 faculty positions in the Technology-
Enhanced Immersive Learning (TEIL) cluster at the ranks of Full or Associate Professor with Tenure, Associate Professor
with Tenure or Assistant Professor, Tenure Track, and Assistant Professor, Tenure Track. The TEIL cluster focus areas
include learning sciences, artificial intelligence, machine learning and technology-enhanced learning, assessment and
behavior change. One or more of the positions will be also be affiliated with the Data Sciences cluster that has three
focus areas: Data Core, Health Analytics and Technology and Learning. These positions are available as soon as the Fall
of 2023.

We seek candidates with experience investigating or applying technology in education and the design of research that
has substantial social impact, including: (1) immersive learning, instruction, and assessment using augmented reality,
virtual reality, mixed reality, motion capture and game-based learning technologies or (2) artificial intelligence and
machine learning in educational scenarios to improve learning and/or increase the scalability of instructional
practices....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 9.12.22:  President, Washburn University (KS)

Located in Topeka, Kansas, Washburn University was founded in 1865 and educates nearly 7,000 students enrolled in more than 200 academic programs. With over 1,000 highly committed faculty and staff, Washburn matriculates students through certification, associates, bachelor's, master's and doctorate programs that have a meaningful and lasting impact on its graduates, as well as the region and beyond. Its programs are offered through the College of Arts and Sciences and the Schools of Applied Studies, Business, Law and Nursing on a 160-acre traditional residential campus. Washburn is proud to offer an affordable, quality education that helps all types of students improve their quality of life while having a positive impact on society....

Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the next president should be a bold, visionary and strong communicator with extensive experience working at an open access institution in a shared governance environment. The president will be an accomplished and successful professional with the experience and expertise required to lead an organization of Washburn's size and complexity. The president must be a savvy and collaborative relationship builder and community-minded individual who has a strong desire to develop productive relationships and represent and advocate for the institution in the greater Topeka region. A strong capacity for managing complex financial models and budgets will be important....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

 

Posted 9.12.22:  Three Leadership Positions, After-School All-Stars

Founded in 1992, After-School All-Stars  (ASAS) provides free, daily afterschool programs to over 70,000 middle school aged youth in over 300 school sites in 19 chapters across the U.S. Our vision is for our All Stars to be safe and healthy, to graduate high school and go on to college, to find a career they love, and to give back to their communities.

Click the job title below for the complete posting.
• HR Director

ASAS is building its HR team. Over the past year, the department has been managed by a temporary HR Director and over the last six months, managed by the President. We recently implemented Paylocity as a new HR platform. ASAS has 117 full-time and 293 part-time employees. We have two headquarters: one in Los Angeles, and a main office in Washington DC. We have nine shared chapter cities in Puget Sound, North Texas (Dallas/Ft. Worth), Chicago, Tampa Bay, Philadelphia & Camden, New Jersey (Newark), Washington DC, Cleveland, New York.
The HR division’s focus is recruiting and compensation, performance management, culture and retention, employee benefits and labor relations, DEIB, and employee development....

• Executive Director for the Philly-Camden chapter
Reporting to the Regional Executive Director (RED), the Executive Director’s primary responsibilities will involve working closely with the Advisory Board and local staff as well as the ASAS national program and development teams to set the chapter’s strategic vision; oversee quality afterschool programming throughout Philadelphia-Camden; elevate the profile of the chapter; and develop and execute the ASAS Philadelphia-Camden fundraising plan. The Executive Director will also be responsible for building and maintaining strong partnerships with key stakeholders, including partner schools, board members, staff, government agencies, foundations, and program partners.

• Exeutive Director for the New Jersey chapter
Reporting to the Regional Executive Director (RED), the Executive Director’s primary responsibilities will involve working closely with the chapter’s Board of Advisors and local staff as well as the ASAS national program and development teams to set the chapter’s strategic vision; oversee quality afterschool programming throughout New Jersey; elevate the profile of the chapter; and develop and execute the chapter’s fundraising plan. The Executive Director will also be responsible for building and maintaining strong partnerships with key stakeholders, including partner schools, board members, staff, government agencies, foundations, and program partners. ...
 

Posted 9.9.22: Head of School, Beacon Academy (IL)

Beacon Academy, a 9 through 12 coeducational day school, invites applications and nominations for the position of Head of School.
 
Beacon Academy offers an innovative and challenging education based on Montessori principles that places a priority on experiential learning, entrepreneurial thinking, and in-depth interdisciplinary studies. Beacon students will master the skills, knowledge, and habits of mind necessary to meaningfully contribute to a complex and diverse world with compassion and confidence.
 
Beacon Academy is a Montessori high school that brings together independent school best practices and challenging IB (International Baccalaureate) curriculum with independence, freedom, and a student-centered approach. Beacon Academy students experience a learning community that inspires self-motivation and personal challenge and celebrates intellectual, cultural, and socioeconomic diversity. Based in Evanston, Illinois, but using the entirety of Chicago as a classroom, Beacon Academy is home to approximately 200 students....

...for best consideration all candidates should submit materials by October 15, 2022...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 9.9.22;  Financial Analyst 1,  Dean of College of Education Office, Tennessee Tech University.  

Complete position summary and application procedure available at https://jobs.tntech.edu. The application screening date is September 18, 2022; open until filled. Tennessee Tech is committed to a diverse workforce by fostering an inclusive work environment for students, faculty, and staff. Successful candidates should have a demonstrated commitment and contribution to fostering and advancing equity, diversity and inclusion. Tennessee Tech is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
 
For the complete posting CLICK HERE..
 

Posted 9.6.22:  Head of School, Siena School (MD)

The Siena School  -- Coed, grades 4 – 12 with 145 students--in Silver Spring, Maryland, seeks an educational leader eager for an opportunity to work in an inspirational, mission-driven school with an exceptional team of professionals who are continually seeking transformational experiences for their students. Since its founding in 2006, The Siena School has steadily grown into a nationally recognized leader in educating students with dyslexia and language-based learning differences. The school has a strong and consistent history of stable leadership, academic excellence, organizational growth, and financial stability. With the opening of a second campus in Northern Virginia in the fall of 2021, Siena is poised for the next stage of organizational development. The Siena School in Silver Spring, Maryland, seeks an educational leader eager for an opportunity to work in an inspirational, mission-driven school with an exceptional team of professionals who are continually seeking transformational experiences for their students. Since its founding in 2006, The Siena School has steadily grown into a nationally recognized leader in educating students with dyslexia and language-based learning differences. The school has a strong and consistent history of stable leadership, academic excellence, organizational growth, and financial stability. With the opening of a second campus in Northern Virginia in the fall of 2021, Siena is poised for the next stage of organizational development. ...

For best consideration, all candidates should submit materials ... by Friday, September 30, if not sooner.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 9.6.22:  Assistant/Associate Professor in Literacy Education, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education
Full-Time, Tenure-Track Faculty Position, University of Nevada–Las Vegas 

The ideal Secondary Literacy Education scholar-practitioner candidate for the position will have a line of research and teaching expertise in Secondary English or Literacy with a focus on Young Adult Literature (YAL) and a record of working with diverse youth and families, demonstrating substantive research and scholarship, community-embedded literacies, writing, digital and media literacies and/or multimodalities, intersectional YAL perspectives, culturally sustaining and responsive secondary English/Literacy practices. 
 
Additionally, the position calls for a scholar-practitioner who is dedicated to dramatically increasing the production of new teachers, especially Black and Latinx teachers, the number and diversity of doctoral student graduates and tenure-track faculty hires, and the depth and breadth of community-embedded, equity-focused research, and who brings a consciousness of the educational/experiences of historically and persistently marginalized and minoritized students that are relevant to Nevada....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 8.31.22:  Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs, Caldwell University

Caldwell University (www.caldwell.edu) seeks nominations and applications for the position of Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs (VPDAA).
 

THE POSITION:
Reporting to the President and serving as a member of his cabinet, the VPDAA serves as the Chief Development Officer for the University. Responsibilities include:
• hiring, training, supervising, and evaluating staff within the office of development;
• providing leadership and support to all professional, administrative, and student staff assigned to development;
• overseeing the institution’s strategic fundraising plan including the annual giving program, federal and state grant opportunities, planned giving, and major gifts initiatives....
 

REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor’s degree required, masters preferred; CFRE certification desired.
• Seven to ten years of management experience within a professional fundraising organization; relevant work experience and accomplishments in lieu of requirements may be considered.
• A record of successful fundraising in higher education or a large non-profit organization at the major and principal gift levels....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 8.30.22: Assistant Vice Chancellor for Advocacy, Inclusion & Support Programs, University of Massachusetts Amherst

UMass Amherst seeks a collaborative and relational leader and skilled supervisor to serve as Assistant Vice Chancellor (AVC) for Advocacy, Inclusion & Support Programs (AISP)....

Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs & Campus Life (SACL), the AVC is responsible for overseeing programs and services that support the university’s diversity, advocacy and inclusion goals for the student experience that promote student retention, success, and graduation. The AVC is a key member of the SACL leadership team and has a dotted line relationship with the Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion....

UMass Amherst seeks an AVC with a broad view of diversity and a deep commitment to improving the experience of students. The successful candidate will be an empathetic and relational leader of recognized accomplishment with a strong background in working with students and demonstrated experience with supervision of staff. The AVC will demonstrate strong communication and problem-solving skills and the ability to serve as a collaborative partner to senior leadership and colleagues across SACL and the University. The AVC will be a passionate advocate for students, who understands the needs of the UMass Amherst student body and is committed to promoting a positive and inclusive campus climate for all students, with a particular focus on students from underrepresented populations, cultural, and identity groups and first-generation students....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 8.25.22:  Registrar, Western University (Ontario Canada)
 

Western University invites nominations, expressions of interest, and applications for the position of Registrar, with the appointment to be effective July 2023. This is an exciting opportunity to lead a dynamic area committed to providing a transformative student experience for current and future students of Western....

Western is a founding member of Canada’s U15 and serves as a hub for more than 500 international research collaborations. During the busiest times of the academic year, more than 12,000 people work at Western, including more than 1400 full-time faculty members and over 2400 full-time staff. Please visit www.uwo.ca for additional information. Western’s Office of the Registrar fosters a culture of student service excellence and is a key contributor to the overall student experience at Western. The Office seeks to enhance Western University’s profile in Canada and on the global stage through leading strategic enrollment management practices, from the initial point of contact with prospects through to graduation and beyond....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 8.25.22:  Superintendent, New Hartford Board of Education (CT)
 

The New Hartford (Conn.) Board of Education is seeking a Superintendent and invites qualified and interested candidates to apply. It is anticipated that the new superintendent will assume full responsibilities of the superintendency by Feb. 1, 2023. 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.cestrumbull.org/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 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....

Completed application packets are due via email to Cooperative Educational Services by 2 p.m. on Sept. 22, 2022.  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) or David B. Erwin (860-567-0863 ext. 1138 or erwin@edadvance.org).



Posted 8.25.22:  Multiple Openings, St. Joseph's College of Maine

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• Adjunct Faculty - Social Work
The Saint Joseph's College Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Program seeks a part-time per-course non-ordinary faculty member to teach SW 207: Brain Processes in Social Work in the Online Program for the January 2023 term.

Online Admissions Counselor
The Online Admissions Counselor position is primarily a remote position, but it is still strongly integrated with our Sebago campus; therefore, applicants should live within a reasonable distance from Standish, Maine. Opportunities to work on-campus can be arranged if the candidate so desires.

Academic Advisor for Online Advising team
This role plays an integral part in promoting online student retention by managing enrollment status for a caseload of students; monitoring online students’ academic progress and providing motivational support; advising online students on program requirements, course registration, and administrative policies; and working with students to develop, track, and achieve their academic goals.... 

Faculty Position in Exercise Science/Health and Wellness Promotion
Saint Joseph’s College in Standish, Maine invites applications for a full-time (9-month) faculty position in Exercise Science to begin August 2023. ...

• Cataloging & Interlibrary Loan Associate
Essential Duties: 
Support the Wellehan Library - Learning Commons by acquiring physical materials that have been requested by patrons and library staff; approve for addition to the library collection; Under direction from the Head Librarian, perform copy-cataloging; Oversee the processing of new physical materials...
 

Posted 8.20.22:  Continuing Track Assistant Professor, Social Studies Education, University of Delaware

University of Delaware invites applications for a Continuing Track Assistant Professor position in the Social Studies Education program to begin on August 16, 2023... 

Responsibilities:
As a continuing track faculty member, the successful candidate will primarily teach undergraduate Social Studies Education courses; mentor student teachers, oversee student teaching supervisors, and establish/maintain ties with partner schools; serve in program administration roles such as preparing accreditation reports, coordinating student teaching,and advising majors; and contribute to school/university collaborations and community partnerships. The candidate is also expected to engage in some scholarship that will contribute to the Social Studies Education program and/or the Department of History. ...

Required Qualifications: The successful candidate must possess a doctorate in History, Education, or closely related field by the start date; demonstrate excellence in teaching history, social studies, or social studies education; engage in scholarship that will enhance the Social Studies Education program and/or contribute to the strengths and needs of the Department of History; and demonstrate commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion and fostering equity. 

Preferred Qualifications: College-level teaching experience and/or familiarity with equity-oriented social studies teacher preparation research and practices.... 

 For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 8.12.22:  Vice President of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, & Justice, Lesley University (MA)

Lesley University, grounded in its mission of social justice and a leader in preparing graduates who shape a more just, humane world, seeks a strategic, collaborative and courageous executive to serve as the Vice President of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Justice (VP-EDIJ)....

The successful candidate should possess progressively responsible administrative experience that includes the advancement of equity, diversity, inclusion and justice initiatives, and management of professional staff, budgets and other resources, and ademonstrated record of success building community, leading organizational initiatives, developing programs and promoting a climate of belonging for all employees. A Master's degree is required; a doctoral degree is preferred....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 8.12.22:  Director of the International Center, Bunker Hill Community College (MA)

Bunker Hill Community College (www.BHCC.edu) is one of the most diverse and vibrant institutions of higher learning in Boston, Massachusetts, that hosts nearly 1,000 international students representing 105 countries who speak more than 75 languages.

The College seeks a dynamic, full-time Director of the International Center to provide administrative and innovative leadership in international student recruitment and advising, the promotion of global learning across the campus, the alignment of theCenter's vision and direction with college goals, and compliance with federal regulations....
 

REQUIREMENTS:
• A Master's degree and 5-7 years of progressive experience in the recruitment, admission, and advising of international students in higher education is required; at least 2 years of successful staff supervision also required.
• Must be a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident of the United States in order to qualify as a PDSO.
• Demonstrated proficiency in knowledge of all SEVIS-related processes and federal regulations and reporting requirements that apply to international students.
• Demonstrated experience working with an English Language Institute and supporting English Language Learners... 

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 8.11.22:  Vice President for Equity & Inclusion, Bates College (ME)
 

Bates College, one of the nation’s leading liberal arts colleges, seeks a dynamic leader and collaborative campus partner to serve in the role of Vice President for Equity and Inclusion (VPEI). The Vice President will lead initiatives at an institution with a deep commitment to the values of access and equity in education that runs deep in history and mission.

As a scholar and administrative leader, the Vice President will have the opportunity to develop and implement a strategic framework for equity and inclusion work at Bates in collaboration with colleagues who are engaged in this work, serving different constituencies across the college. The VPEI leads and is part of a systemic and institution-wide approach to equity and inclusion, including the Board of Trustees, faculty colleagues aiming to achieve inclusive excellence in curriculum and pedagogy, staff committed to equity and inclusion for employees, student affairs colleagues focused on equity and inclusion in the student experience, colleagues in alumni outreach and engagement, and students. Further, the VPEI will be responsible for providing an overarching leadership framework and managing the staff and operating budget of the Office of Equity and Inclusion, which is overseen directly by the VPEI. ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 8.8.22: Director of Student Services, North Allegheny School District (PA)

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

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

 Minimum Requirements 

• Master’s Degree in Education, Special Education, or Human Development required. 
• Advanced Degree in Education, Special Education, or Human Development preferred. 
• Five years’ experience in Educational Administration, including Building Level Administration preferred. ...
 
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 8.8-30.22:  Open Positions in Theater Arts

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  • Research Manager- Arts Consulting Group
    ...The Research Manager will implement rigorous and objective methodologies related data collection, data analysis, preliminary findings, and other research functions that support to the firm’s various practice areas. Primary activities will include qualitative and quantitative survey development, compensation benchmarking, web & social media research, and gathering and presenting information from established national and regional datasets from primary and secondary sources.... 
     
  • Executive Director- Greater Roxbury Arts and Cultural Center
    ... The inaugural Executive Director will be the face of GRACC and amplify the nonprofit organization alongside Nubian Square Ascends in Boston’s Roxbury Cultural District. Reporting to a developing board of directors, inclusive of an advisory board and NSA ownership, the Executive Director will play a lead role in the successful campaign strategy to raise $35 million in funds that began in Spring 2022. Additionally, they will lead the development of the operating plan, hire key staff, and ensure the successful proposed opening of the GRACC in Fall 2024. ...
     
  • Vice President of Artistic Operations and General Manager- Charlotte Symphony Orchestra
    ...The Vice President of Artistic Operations and General Manager will provide leadership and oversee the design and implementation of the artistic planning and production for the CSO, guided by the vision and strategies in the 2025 Strategic Plan. Reporting to and working in close partnership with the President and CEO, the Vice President of Artistic Operations will be a member of the senior management team and will work closely with the orchestra’s Music Director. ...

        •  Executive Director, New England Foundation for the Arts
NEFA’s programs support organizations and artists across diverse forms of expression, cultural roots, and many geographies, connecting them with collaborators and communities that fuel creative exchange and public discourse, and strengthen the creative economy. NEFA staff are nationally recognized leaders in the fields of presenting and touring, international cultural exchange, creative economy, public art, dance, and theater.... 
  • Chief Curator, Akron Art Museum
    The Chief Curator is responsible for leading all curatorial functions: organizing and coordinating exhibitions from the collection and outside sources; producing interpretive materials; and communicating to the public. Maintains strong relationships with donors, lenders, artists, dealers, arts organizations, and the academic community to develop the collection and further the mission of the museum. Commits to becoming established as a key artistic leader in the Akron community.... 
     
  • Artistic Director- Center Theatre Group
    Center Theatre Group embarks on a search for a visionary artisitc leader steeped in community, invested in an anti-racist practice and ready to join the Center Theatre Group staff and board in the questi to be change-makers and makers of great theater for the Los Angeles community....
     
  • Artistic Director/Producer- Ojai Playwrights Conference  (CA)
    ... The Ojai Playwrights Conference is unique in its process of developing new plays for the American theatre by offering a safe, productive, rigorous haven for socially, politically, and culturally committed writers. This is fundamental to OPC’s vision.... 
     
  • Executive Director- Street Poet (CA)
    Founded in 1996, Street Poets is a nonprofit poetry-based violence intervention program for high-risk youth throughout Los Angeles County, which uses the creative process as a vehicle for individual and community transformation.... 
     
  • President and CEO- National Association of Latino Arts and Culture (TX):
    The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) is the nation’s premier nonprofit organization exclusively dedicated to fostering the advancement of the Latinx arts and cultural sector. Founded in 1989, the mission of NALAC is to promote, advance, develop, and cultivate the Latinx arts field.... 


Posted 8.8.22:   Director Of Learning, Evaluation, & Engagement, Summer Search, National (Remote/ Location Flexible) 

*Note on Location: California, Washington, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Maine, North Carolina, or Colorado (see “Location” section below).

While young people from low-income communities – who are disproportionately young people of color – face systemic inequities in school, in the workforce, and in life, they possess unique strengths, resilience and tremendous potential. When provided with support and resources, these young people fulfill their potential and achieve success in school, work and life. Through a combination of mentoring and transformative experiences, Summer Search supports young people to successfully transition from adolescence into adulthood. We aim to unleash the potential of our young people while also building a toolkit for navigating and challenging systemic barriers to  higher education and career opportunities.  

THE OPPORTUNITY 
Summer Search is seeking a Director of Learning, Evaluation, & Engagement (DoLEE) to join a dedicated and collaborative six-member National Program Team and to play an impactful role on programming across Summer Search’s five sites. The DoLEE will be responsible for the direction and implementation of site-based impact learning, evaluation capacity building, and data management....

Strong Candidates will bring:
•    10+ years of experience in a similar professional capacity with a passion for helping mission-driven organizations use data to measure and improve the quality of their work. Experience in the social sector in a strategy, capacity-building and/or evaluation role, in addition to more formal applied research experience is preferred.
•    Comfort developing content and facilitating large meetings and trainings, both virtual and in person.
•    CHANGE MINDSET: Engages with change by seeking to understand its effects upon Summer Search key stakeholders (e.g. students/participants, alumni, staff, donors, community partners) and own role. Guides others through change by providing direction to encourage successful performance. Supports others’ experience of change through open communication and information sharing.
•    DATA SKILLS: Proven experience analyzing complex qualitative or quantitative data; ability to guide others to do so. Experience in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment with high-stakes and a strong focus on performance metrics and data-driven decision making....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 
 

Posted 8.5.22: DEI Program Manager, STEM Education Programs, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

The College of Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology is seeking a team member with a passion for diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM Education. As the Program Manager for the Center for the Advancing the Scholarship of Transforming Learning and the Inclusive Excellence initiative you’ll play an integral role in working with our faculty and students through:
  • Developing and refining curricular materials with support of faculty
  • Advising faculty on inclusive practices in STEM education
  • Coordinating undergraduate summer research opportunities with faculty and students
  • Managing community-building activities centered on inclusion
  • Teaching courses that contribute to a culture of inclusion
  • Serving as staff administrator of the program overseeing budget, reporting, and programs
To learn more about this position and to apply visit Careers @ RIT. Applications will be accepted until the role is filled.
 

Posted 8.5.22:  Vice President for Human Resources & Legal Affairs, Columbia Basin College (WA)

Founded in 1955, Columbia Basin College is a regional leader in providing quality higher education and workforce development. We are proud to be recognized as a Hispanic Serving Institution, 43 percent of our student population are first generation of students....

Columbia Basin College (CBC) seeks a Vice President for Human Resources & Legal Affairs.The Vice President for Human Resources & Legal Affairs is a strategic partner and provides leadership and policy direction with direct oversight for all human resources functions, including:talent acquisition, employee benefits and leaves, compensation, classification and compensation programs, onboarding and talent development, employee and labor relations, payroll,environmental safety & health, and employee disability accommodations. Additionally, the position is responsible for the College’s legal practices, preparation of written opinions and guidance for college management in regards to grievances, complaints and lawsuits....

Priority consideration will be given to applicants whose complete application has been received by August 31, 2022 at 11:59 PM Pacific Time....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 6.5.22:  Multiple Openings, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

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  1.  Technical Director
  2.  Theater Designer
  3.  Middle School History Teacher
  4.  Visual Arts Teacher
  5.  Film Artist in Residence


Posted 8.1.22:  School Director, College of Art and Design, Rochester Institute of Technology  

The College of Art and Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology seeks a visionary leader for the position of Director of the School of Design (SOD). The ideal candidate will be responsible for leading a diverse and accomplished faculty in the operation of the School’s highly regarded BFA, MFA and MS degree programs; mentoring and evaluating faculty and staff; and creating a supportive and stimulating environment for all students.

For the complete posting:  https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25483&siteid=5291&AReq=7055BR
 

Posted 8.1.22:  Multiple Leadership Positions, Theater Arts & Performance

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Posted 7.27.22:  Dean, D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Assumption University )MA)
 
Assumption University (www.assumption.edu) seeks nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the D’Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (DCLAS). The Dean DCLAS is the intellectual and administrative leader of that College. The Dean reports to the Provost and serves, together with the Deans of Business, Graduate and Professional Studies, Nursing, and Physician Assistant Studies and Health Professions, as a member of the Deans' Council....

Role of the Dean:
... Specific duties of the Dean of the D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences include:
• Providing visionary leadership for the D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in line with the mission and vision of the University;
• Serving as a spokesperson and advocate for the D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to the senior administration;
• Fostering a culture of academic excellence, collaboration, and commitment to continuous improvement...

QUALIFICATIONS: The next Dean must be willing to contribute actively to the mission of Assumption as well as show respect for the Catholic and Assumptionist identity of the University; have an earned doctorate (or terminal degree)...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 7.27.22:  Executive Director, Vermont Studio Center


The Vermont Studio Center (VSC) was founded by artists 38 years ago with the purpose of fostering creativity through community, collaboration, and quiet reflection. Over time, VSC grew to become one of the largest international artists’ and writers’ residency program in the United States, hosting 600+ residents per year with 14,000 alums worldwide. 

The 21-building campus includes several resident housing buildings and five studio buildings—one for writers and four for artists. Studio facilities provide equipment for wood and metal work; two modest-sized kilns; a printshop with three etching presses; and a digital lab. The heart of the campus, the Red Mill, houses administrative offices, a communal dining hall, a gallery space, an art book library, and a resident lounge....

Position Summary 
The Executive Director will be charged with the strategic and financial leadership of the organization setting a clear vision for revenue growth, community engagement, and program excellence. The Executive Director will serve as the leading spokesperson for VSC, responsible for cultivating connections to the residents, alumni, and community partners. This individual will lead by example and facilitate the efforts of the staff while addressing the needs of admissions, development, communications, finance, facilities, and the overall program of VSC ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 7.27.22:  Executive Director, Pratt Fine Arts Center (WA)
 

... Pratt’s mission is to foster a creative, inclusive, art-making community, providing access to quality education, and professionally equipped studios for everyone. It promotes the joy and transformative power of art and actively supports the development of visual artists. Pratt looks to serve as the premier resource for visual art education and artistic development, widely known and celebrated for its high-quality programs, accessibility, and inclusivity. ...

Position Summary 
The Executive Director of Pratt Fine Arts Center will serve as the leading spokesperson, responsible for managing all aspects of the organization’s programs, donor cultivation and fundraising, public visibility, community engagement, finances, and operations. Reporting to the board of trustees, the Executive Director will be charged with providing strategic leadership, setting a clear vision for programmatic excellence, offering robust services to artists, cultivating community partnerships, and maintaining visibility locally, regionally, and nationally. Advocating for diverse and creative emerging artists, the Executive Director will promote a cohesive culture with an understanding of Pratt’s influence on the Seattle community. The Executive Director will cultivate deep connections with and demonstrate an ongoing commitment to Pratt’s internal and external communities, as well as the board and its supporters. ...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 7.25.22: Two Leadership Openings, Eastern Oregon University

• Associate Vice President of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging

Job posting and online application:  https://eou.peopleadmin.com/postings/2473
First Day of Application Review:  August 1, 2022 (open until filled)
University Website:  https://www.eou.edu.
About La Grande, Oregon:  https://www.cityoflagrande.org
For more information about this position, the campus, and La Grande in general, contact Mika Morton at mnmorton@eou.edu/

• Native American, Indigenous, and Rural Programs Coordinator
Job posting and online application: https://eou.peopleadmin.com/postings/2199
For more information about this position, the campus, and La Grande in general, contact Mika Morton at mnmorton@eou.edu/

Posted 7.21.22:  Multiple Openings, St. Joesph's College of Maine

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• Associate Director of Development
This key position will report to the Vice President of Institutional Advancement and direct a staff of three professionals responsible for prospect research, database coordination, and events. The Associate Director will handle the annual fund, phon-a-thons, and Giving Day; direct all aspects of alumni and parent relations, including staffing the Alumni Board, developing virtual and in-person events, working with reunion classes and class agents, and developing parent volunteerism and giving. The Associate Director also works closely with the Athletic Department, providing fund raising tools and coordinating events....

 Executive Associate to the Senior Vice President of Learning and Programs
This position supports the Learning Division by managing course delivery processes and providing administrative support to the SVP of Learning and Programs.
Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience
• Five years of experience at the executive level. Previous experience in an academic setting is desirable....

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach
POSITION DUTIES:
The Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach will support Athletics by:
• Providing effective coaching to all Athletic teams
• Working closely with other professional staff members to ensure smooth function of the student-athlete needs 
• Designing and programming strength and conditioning programs for assigned teams
• Assisting with items/tasks within the department.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
• A Bachelor’s degree or pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably with an emphasis in Exercise Science, Exercise Physiology, or Physical Education
• At least one year of experience in positions involving the development and management of sport-specific individual and group strength and conditioning programs for men and women. Student-athlete experience, in any sport at the collegiate level, is preferred...,

• Audio/Visual & Information Technology Coordinator!
This position supports the Information Technology department by: 
Providing service focused support for multi-media (audio /visual) services for the College
Providing service focused support to the Help Desk
Effectively manages Audio/Visual Support...

• Part-time Adjunct Online Faculty
The Online Theology Program, part-time online faculty to design and teach online theology courses
This person should possess the ability to teach a complement of courses in our undergraduate and/or graduate theology programs....

• Adjutant Lecturer in Health and Wellness Promotion
The candidate will teach the course, Substance Use and Misuse, in the Fall, 2022 semester. A master’s degree and experience in teaching at the college level is desired....

Posted 7.16.22:  Dean, D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Assumption University (MA)
 
Assumption University (www.assumption.edu) seeks nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the D’Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (DCLAS).....

ROLE OF THE DEAN: In company with a dedicated group of faculty, engaged in outstanding scholarship and practice that aligns with Assumption University's mission, and staff, students, and alumni, the Dean will play an integral role in helping Assumption University build upon its distinctive strengths, enhance its academic excellence, and secure its position as a comprehensive institution of higher education.
 
Specific duties of the Dean of the D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences include:
• Providing visionary leadership for the D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in line with the mission and vision of the University;
• Serving as a spokesperson and advocate for the D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to the senior administration;
• Fostering a culture of academic excellence, collaboration, and commitment to continuous improvement...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 7.13.22:  President, Prairie View A & M University (TX)

... Designated as an “institution of the first-class” in the Texas constitution and a member of the Texas A&M University System, PVAMU is the second-oldest public institution in the state. The 1,440-acre campus is located in Prairie View, TX – just beyond the reach of Houston’s suburbs and about 50 miles from downtown Houston....

Empowered by a shared sense of history and experience, as well as PVAMU’s relentless commitment to providing the highest quality of education, research and service, its graduates make their mark as scholars and go on to become productive citizens. Established in 1876 as a land-grant institution, the university enrolls over 9,000 undergraduate and graduate students....

The next president will need to be an exceptional communicator and relationship builder. The successful candidate must have experience leading complex organizations, commitment to academic excellence and shared governance, the ability to generate new resources through fundraising and other means and an unwavering passion for the mission of an institution like Prairie View A&M University, among other personal and professional qualities....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 7.13.22:  Post-Doctoral Research Associate (Job Code 9205) in Native American Education, College of Education at the University of Utah

The University of Utah College of Education invites applications for a post-doctoral Research Associate position in Native American Education with an appointment to begin around August 1, 2022.

This position is located within the Department of Education, Culture & Society. The Department is a diverse, cross-disciplinary group of scholars committed to the study and pursuit of social justice in education  sing cutting-edge frameworks that address class, race, ethnicity, culture, language, immigration status, gender and sexuality in educational policy and practice.
The Department seeks a candidate from a range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the University of Utah’s academic community. Desirable areas of research interest include Indian Education, Higher Education, Indigenous epistemologies, and qualitative or ethnographic research methods. The Research Associate will focus on research, writing, and presentations associated with Native Education in Higher Education project.

The postdoc will:
  • Assist with the qualitative research design, pre collection, and data analysis related to the Working with Native Communities Certificate program and its outcomes on how Native nations and communities view engagement/partnership efforts initiated by non- Native certificate holders.
  • Continue to build and sustain relationships with local Native nations and communities to determine pressing educational concerns and how they can be researched in partnership.
  • Assist or lead in the writing of manuscripts, conference proposals, and other materials to disseminate findings.
  • Prepare and submit grants that support Native students and research related to Native education....
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Posted 7.13.22:  Director of Human Resources, The Lawrenceville School (NJ)

The Lawrenceville School, one of the nation’s premier coeducational boarding and day schools, invites nominations and applications for its next Director of Human Resources. Lawrenceville’s 815 students hail from 33 states and 45 countries, with seventy percent boarding and thirty percent day students....

Lawrenceville seeks a leader with a track record of implementing a strategic and pragmatic vision for the modern human resources department that fully aligns with organizational mission and culture. The Director will continue the progress Lawrenceville has made in evolving and modernizing its people and organizational processes and policies, investing in its workforce, and strengthening the adult community. They will be a natural partner, collaborator, and relationship-builder across the institution and be a conversant learner and thought leader in diversity, equity, and inclusion issues, serving as a critical partner in ensuring that the Lawrenceville faculty and staff community is one in which all are welcome, included, and valued....

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Posted 7.13.22:  Visiting Lecturers, School of Math Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

The School of Mathematical Sciences (SMS) at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for one or more non-tenure track Visiting Lecturer faculty positions starting in August 2022. Visiting Lecturers are responsible for teaching and expected to have a strong commitment to and proven ability to teach a full range of undergraduate courses, which include, but are not limited to, calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and probability. The professional duties will include instruction, office hours, and attending college and school faculty meetings.

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Posted 7.13.22:  Associate Provost and Founding Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, Moravian University (PA)

Moravian University, the nation’s sixth oldest college institution, and a master’s comprehensive university, seeks an energetic, talented, and collaborative leader to serve as an Associate Provost and Dean of the Moravian College of Arts & Sciences....

The Associate Provost & Dean will be a part of the Office of the Provost, whose mission & goals are stated below: 
 
The Office of the Provost collaborates across the university to foster a diverse, inclusive, equitable, and civil environment, in order to lead and support transformative teaching and learning experiences, research, creative endeavors, and service opportunities.
 
Goals:

• Provide an environment that supports students’ preparation for meaningful lives and fulfilling careers;
• Support faculty and staff in pursuit of their professional aspirations and personal well-being;
• Help students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners move towards more equitable and sustainable institutions and society; 
• Articulate the value of the individuality and plurality of disciplines represented in our academic programs and the value of higher education; and
• Model personal responsibility and accountability for our collective work....

QUALIFICATIONS: The Associate Provost and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences should be a collaborative, equity-minded academic leader and administrator with the talent and organizational skills to develop and lead a sophisticated and experienced faculty. The Associate Provost/Dean will have earned a doctoral degree (PhD, EdD, or equivalent) and demonstrated college teaching experience....
 
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Posted 7.13.22:  Senior Vice President for Finance & Administration, Saint Joseph's College of Maine

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine, a Catholic liberal arts college in Standish, Maine, less than 30 minutes from Portland, with an enrollment of almost 2,000 students and operating revenues of more than $36 million, is beginning a national search for a senior vice president for finance and administration (SVPFA). This is an exciting position that seeks an entrepreneurial SVP who will serve as the principal advisor to the President on the business and financial operations of the College as well as on new sources of revenue. Reporting to this position are the offices of finance, facilities and conferences and events....

The successful candidate will demonstrate unquestioned integrity, be an outstanding communicator, a strategic thinker and possess strong and effective interpersonal skills that engender trust and cultivate collaboration. S/he will be an exceptional financial and administrative leader with superior analytical and management skills as well as experience in the use of financial management systems and a willingness to explore new and creative opportunities for ensuring the College’s financial health....

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Posted 7.13.22:  Visiting Assistant Professor, Secondary Education, Social Studies, University of North Carolina-Wilmington
 
The Department of Instructional Technology, Foundations, and Secondary Education (ITFSE) at the University of North Carolina Wilmington is seeking a Visiting Assistant Professor in Secondary Education – Social Studies, starting January 2023. This is a one-year, fixed-term appointment, renewable year-to-year, up to three years.
 
The department has a diverse group of faculty from different racial, ethnic, religious, and philosophical backgrounds. This diversity inspires our creativity and allows us to embrace multiple perspectives, and to productively work together across those differences. Our faculty members are active researchers and dedicated teachers with an incredible commitment to providing high quality, rigorous academic programs that have a positive impact on the community. We are seeking a colleague who shares that commitment and has the potential for excellence in research and teaching.
 
Upon initial appointment, the successful candidate’s teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate courses (9-12) in Social Studies Education and other areas related to Secondary Education Social Studies. Additional responsibilities may include collaborating with colleagues to maintain and grow our secondary licensure programs; collaborating with campus, community, and state education partners through community-engaged scholarship and professional development; advising students in the secondary program; and participating in program development and accreditation processes....

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Posted 7.13.22:  Three National Leadership Positions in Theater Arts

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  • Executive Artistic Director- Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre
    José Mateo Ballet Theatre (JMBT) has forged a new model for a ballet organization through innovative programming, artistic excellence, an inclusive values-based approach, and extensive community outreach. Founded in 1986 by Cuban-born choreographer José Mateo as a professional company and an affiliate school, the organization has grown to be become the largest minority-led dance organization in New England. JMBT operates through three interconnected pillars: education, performance, and outreach. ...
     
  • Chief Operating Officer- Overture Center for the Arts
    Overture Center for the Arts (Overture Center), dedicated on September 18, 2004 in the heart of beautiful downtown Madison, Wisconsin, exists to support and elevate the community’s creative culture, economy, and quality of life through the arts. Overture Center’s commitment to be the region’s preeminent stage for wondrous artistry, to develop diverse and emerging talent, and to be the arts’ epicenter for community engagement is unwavering. It aspires to provide extraordinary experiences for all. ...
     
  • Chief Executive Officer, California Center for the Arts–Escondido

    Founded in 1994 and designed by noted California architect Charles Moore, the California Center for the Arts, Escondido (the Center, CCAE) is the cultural and artistic center of North San Diego County. The Center’s mission is to bring people together to discover, create, and celebrate both the visual and performing arts. Since its launch, the Center has become a true community resource, attracting over 300,000 people annually to its performances, festivals, and arts education programs....


Posted 6.27.22:  Executive Director, Rethinking Schools (Remote)

Rethinking Schools.org is a nonprofit publisher and advocacy organization that for 36 years has been dedicated to sustaining and strengthening public education through social justice teaching and education activism. Our magazine, books, and other resources promote equity and racial, gender, environmental, and sexual justice in the classroom and society. We encourage grassroots efforts in our schools and communities to enhance the learning and well-being of our children, and to build broad democratic movements for social and environmental justice....

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Posted 6.23.22:  Principal, Dual Language Program, Evergreen Elementary School, Shelton School District (WA)
 

The Shelton School District is seeking an innovative and creative leader to serve as the Principal of Evergreen Elementary School, which has a large DUAL LANGUAGE PROGRAM. The primary responsibility of the principal is to lead the school in a 21st century model of educational excellence.

Previous successful administrative experience desired, preferably in an elementary school setting. At least five years of successful teaching experience at the elementary level. Experience with, or deep understanding of, EL programs required. Ability to speak Spanish is preferred.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 


Posted 6.23.22:  Vice President for Research & Innovation, University of Windsor (Ontario, Canada)

The University of Windsor invites nominations, applications, and expressions of interest for the position of Vice-President, Research
and Innovation (VPRI) with the appointment to begin late 2022 or early 2023. This is an excellent opportunity to lead the University in setting
a new course to advance the University’s existing research culture through enhancing the development of interdisciplinary research teams that stimulate scholarship, creative activity, and innovation locally, nationally, and internationally; expanding and enriching internal and external partnership opportunities; capitalizing on strategic research funding; and supporting enhanced student and community engaged research....

The successful candidate will be a visionary leader with a global perspective and significant management and collaboration experience, and an accomplished scholar with a proven record in inter-institutional and industry collaboration, government relations, and community engagement. The VPRI will be an innovative problem solver with a sophisticated understanding of the relationships among research, innovation, creative activity, community engagement, knowledge mobilization, and the student experience. With an open, transparent, and collegial approach to leadership, communication, and interpersonal relationships, the VPRI will demonstrate a sustained history of championing equity, diversity, and inclusion, and of leading efforts to promote Indigeneity and Decolonization supported by meaningful
community engagement....

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Posted 6.23.22:  District Bilingual Liaison, Whitewater School District (WI)

The District Bilingual Liaison at the Whitewater Unified School District welcomes multilingual students and their families, registers and enrolls bilingual students, maintains regular communication between the school district and multilingual families, implements student success and engagement efforts, and performs related duties as assigned. The liaison role binds the school and the multilingual community of Whitewater in a mutually supportive partnership to meet the needs of students who are traditionally at-risk, provides a direct point-of-contact for multilingual families, and assists with coordinating the resources and services of the school district and multilingual community.

Primary Responsibilities: 
 - Schedule and complete registration and enrollment appointments with multilingual families and students new to the district
- Welcome new multilingual families and students to the Whitewater Unified School District by providing information, answering questions, and facilitating introductions to staff and school sites
- Administer initial assessments and interviews for language, academic knowledge, and academic history...

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Posted 6.22.22:  Multiple Lower School Teaching Positions, Milton Academy (MA)

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• Middle School Math Teacher, Grade 6 -- Sabbatical Coverage (Fall 2022)
• Lower School Spanish Teacher
• Grade 1 Lower School Teacher
• Lower School Technology Integrator



Posted 6.22.22:  Multiple Administrative Opening, Museum/Theater Arts Settings

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Posted 6.16.22:  Middle School Health Teacher, Whitewater Middle School (WI)

Whitewater Middle School is hiring a 6th-8th grade Health Teacher. Whitewater Middle School serves students in grades six through eight and has an enrollment of approximately 435 students. Each grade level is arranged in teams of academic teachers and one team of related arts teachers serving all three grade levels. Students have the opportunity to participate in many clubs and sports. Whitewater is a vibrant, diverse community with a growing population of multilingual families. Preference will be given to candidates who are multilingual. Whitewater Unified School District has elements of rural and suburban communities. The City of Whitewater has a population of approximately 14,500....

Requirements:
• Bachelors Degree
• Letters of Recommendation
• Transcripts & Licenses/Certifications...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

Posted 6.16.22:  Two Open Positions, Summer Search Philadelphia (PA)
 

While young people from low-income communities – who are disproportionately young people of color – face systemic inequities in school, in the workforce, and in life, they possess unique strengths, resilience and tremendous potential. When provided with support and resources, these young people fulfill their potential and achieve success in school, work, and life. 

Through a combination of mentoring and transformative experiences, Summer Search supports young people to successfully transition from adolescence into adulthood. We aim to unleash the potential of our young people while also building a toolkit for navigating and challenging systemic barriers to higher education and career opportunities. ...

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• Post-Secondary Director
... Summer Search Philadelphia is seeking a Post-Secondary Director to play an essential role in implementing, refining, and evaluating innovative ways in which we serve our increasingly growing high school students and post-secondary participants. The Director will have the opportunity to hire and lead an internal team within 36 months (budget dependent) to provide high-quality programming (e.g., advising, career coaching) to our participants: high school seniors, college students and students who choose an alternative pathway. Since the best work does not happen in isolation, we are committed to enjoying this journey and experiencing joy in our work together. ...

* Post-Secondary Program Summer Coordinator
... Summer Search Philadelphia is seeking a Post-Secondary Program Coordinator to advise program participants as they plan for, transition into, and progress through their first year of their chosen post-secondary pathway, whether college, a vocational track, a gap year program, or joining the military or workforce. The Post-Secondary Program Coordinator is a dynamic and exciting role that plays a central role in supporting participants in transitioning into their post-secondary path by developing and implementing plans that are specific to each cohorts needs and strengths. ...
 

Posted 6.16.22:  School & Community Engagement Coordinator, Summer Search Bay Area (CA)


While young people from low-income communities – who are disproportionately young people of color – face systemic inequities in school, in the workforce, and in life, they possess unique strengths, resilience and tremendous potential. When provided with support and resources, these young people fulfill their potential and achieve success in school, work and life. 

Through a combination of mentoring and transformative experiences, Summer Search supports young people to successfully transition from adolescence into adulthood. We aim to unleash the potential of our young people while also building a toolkit for navigating and challenging systemic barriers to higher education and career opportunities. 

THE OPPORTUNITY 

The School and Community Engagement Coordinator plays an integral role in achieving Summer Search Bay Area’s student recruitment goals and setting up the rest of the Summer Search team to deliver a strong program to students and families. This hire is responsible for coordinating the annual outreach season, organizing student events, and representing the High School Program within our Bay Area communities. Reporting to the Director of School and Community Engagement, this position will join a dedicated and collaborative team, and play a key role in strengthening Summer Search’s student reach and impact in the Bay Area region ...

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Posted 6.9.22:  Two Adjunct Faculty Positions, Bachelors of Social Work Program, St. Joseph's College of Maine

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• Human Behavior Course

The Saint Joseph's College Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Program seeks a part-time per-course non-ordinary faculty member to teach SW208: Human Behavior and the Social Environment on campus for the Fall 2022 semester. The course schedule is: Tuesday and Thursday 12:25-1:30. The semester begins August 29 and ends December 16....

• Writing for the Profession
The Saint Joseph's College Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Program seeks a part-time per-course non-ordinary faculty member to teach SW329: Writing for the Social Work Profession on campus for the Fall 2022 semester. The course schedule is: Monday and Wednesday 3:30-4:45pm. The semester begins August 29 and ends December 16....
 

Posted 6.8.22:  Director of Playful Learning, Bay Area Discovery Museum (CA)
 

Bay Area Discovery Museum (BADM) is a children’s museum dedicated to creating playful learning experiences that inspire a lifelong passion for discovery in every child. It is the only children’s museum located within a national park, situated on 2.5-acres in the spectacular Golden Gate National Recreation Area at the foot of the Golden Gate Brigde in Sausalito, California. Housed in an historic fort, the thirty-three-year-old institution serves more than 350,000 children, caregivers, and educators annually, onsite, and in community locations across the region....
 

Position Summary 
Reporting to the CEO and serving as a member of the leadership team, the Director of Playful Learning (DPL) provides strategic leadership for all aspects of the museum’s programs, both onsite and offsite, that engage community audiences through play-based learning. The DPL also impacts earned revenue, collaborating closely with the leadership team on a comprehensive set of activities that deeply engage and inspire the community to participate actively in the museum. The DPL participates as a member of the leadership team accountable for the overall success of the organization. Supervising and mentoring new and experienced teams, including managers directly reporting to the position, the DPL will collaborate regularly with other museum departments as well as community partners to support BADM’s overall goals and mission. ...

Qualifications 
A bachelor’s degree is required, with at least five years of experience in senior leadership in a museum or education environment and a demonstrated track record of, and passion for, creating innovative and beautiful play-based learning environments, exhibits, and experiences that are relevant to, and beloved by, young children and their caregivers. Experience in early childhood and/or elementary education, museum studies, or informal STEAM learning and programming strongly preferred. A professional commitment to creating a sense of welcome for staff and visitors, with knowledge and experience undoing systemic barriers to participation and belonging in cultural organizations. Superior written and verbal communication skills, along with the ability to make the case for the importance and impact of the museum’s work to potential and established funders and stakeholders preferred. ...

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Posted 6.8.22: Multiple Open Positions, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY) 

ª Assistant/Associate Professor- Tenure Track
The new ASL Assistant/Associate Professor will:

  • Teach ASL and theory courses in the ASL/Interpreting programs
  • Develop and revise ongoing curriculum
  • Conduct research and scholarly activities
  • Attend professional development activities
  • Participate in communication development activities
  • Serve the department, institute and the community as needed

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• Visiting Assistant Professor, Secondary Science,
The Department of Master of Science in Secondary Education at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf invites applications for one faculty position at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor. The position is a 9-month, non-tenure track appointment for 2 academic years. Review of applications will begin immediately until the position is filled. For the complete posting CLICK HERE
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• Lecturer
The NTID Information & Computing Studies Department at RIT is seeking to fill a full-time 9-month visiting lecturer position with an individual whose particular strengths are focus in computer hardware, programming, Internet of Things, database and who can work collaboratively with other faculty to achieve ICS’ defined goals and outcomes.  For the complete posting CLICK HERE
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ª Assistant Professor

The School of Film and Animation in the College of Art and Design at Rochester Institute of Technology is accepting applications for a Tenure Track Assistant Professor position in Animation and Production.  Active artists dedicated to the education of filmmakers/animators are encouraged to apply. For the complete posting CLICK HERE: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25483&siteid=5291&AReq=6895BR
 


Posted 6.8.22:  Provost & Academic Vice President, University of Windsor (Ontario Canada)

The University of Windsor is a regionally focused, globally connected, comprehensive university with over 16,000 students and more than
600 faculty. With strong student-faculty relationships, exceptional award-winning faculty, and innovative staff, UWindsor provides students with a friendly and supportive learning environment. As Canada’s southernmost university, the University of Windsor overlooks the Detroit River on one of Canada’s most beautiful waterfronts and is minutes away from North America’s busiest international border crossing. This unique position has contributed to its identity as a diverse university community providing rich cultural, recreational, and educational opportunities for faculty and students.... 

Reporting to the President and Vice-Chancellor as part of the senior leadership of UWindsor, the Provost and Vice-President, Academic is the
University’s chief academic leader, providing direction and vision for its academic planning and administration. With oversight that includes student experience, faculty relations and support, continuing education, information and learning technologies, the Library, strategic enrolment management, academic accountability, and international development, the Provost and Vice-President, Academic is dedicated to supporting and enhancing the University’s academic mission....

The successful candidate for Provost will be an accomplished scholar and exemplary leader with a strong commitment to meeting the diverse
needs of students, faculty, and staff. 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 collaborative acumen, communication, and interpersonal capacity, and a creative approach to problem solving in collegial environments....

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Posted 6.8.22:  Director of Development, North Carolina Museum of Art

Organization 
The North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA), located in the capital city of Raleigh, is one of the premier art museums in the South with a collection that spans more than 5,000 years from ancient Egypt to the present. NCMA houses the art collections of the State of North Carolina and provides educational, aesthetic, intellectual, cultural, and entertaining experiences for the citizens of North Carolina and beyond, welcoming more than 1,000,000 visitors to the Museum and Museum Park annually. NCMA offers an annual calendar of special exhibitions, ...

Position Summary 
Reporting to the Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) and an employee of the NCMA Foundation, the Director of Development (DoD) will have primary responsibility for the Museum’s annual fundraising, membership, and stewardship programs. The DoD will be a highly skilled and effective manager and fundraiser who has a proven track-record of securing six-figure gifts and will carry a portfolio of major donors and prospects along with the responsibility for growing and managing a top-tier development operation and building relationships with the community. ...

Qualifications 
A bachelor’s degree is required with a minimum of eight years of nonprofit fundraising experience leading an integrated multimillion dollar development program. Experience in a nonprofit organization, cultural or educational institution, or equivalent preferred with a strong preference for experience working with a museum development team, with a working knowledge of all areas within development, including major gifts, annual giving, membership, corporate and foundation giving, planned giving, campaigns, and research. Experience raising funds throughout a large geographic region and/or specific knowledge of North Carolina’s philanthropic landscape a plus. ...

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Posted 6.1.22:  Head of School, High Mountain Institute (CO)
 
The High Mountain Institute (HMI) is an independent boarding school and gap semester provider that focuses on experiential education and wilderness expeditions. With an eye toward building on HMI’s core successes over its first 25 years, the High Mountain Institute welcomes nominations and applications for an innovative, thoughtful, and inspiring leader to serve as its next Head of School beginning July 1, 2023.
 
Place-based and experiential learning are hallmarks of the HMI curriculum. Ecology courses come to life on the banks of the nearby Arkansas River; historical discussions of western water rights are made explicit on trips through the desert of southeastern Utah; the themes of American Transcendentalist writers are brought home as students travel into the Colorado backcountry to explore the natural landscape and critically examine the ways in which they interact with it. Intentional community is at the center of HMI’s residential life curriculum, where students and adults alike take part in creating a community of shared responsibility. Students come to HMI for life-changing experiences during a high school semester or summer term, or in the years immediately following high school for a gap semester. The Apprentice Program, a teaching fellowship program, works with college graduates beginning a career in education, and the Educators’ Expedition offers summer professional development for teachers and school administrators. From HMI’s campus high in the Rocky Mountains to the wilds of Patagonia, HMI students are given the tools to challenge themselves and think in new ways, creating the foundation for rigorous intellectual experiences....

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Posted 6.1.22:  Consultant, Outstanding Educators, Education First

Education First is looking for a new Consultant to join the Outstanding Educators team, one of three operational “home teams”. Consultants direct the overall work of client engagements, managing project teams and client relationships and ensuring on-time, high-quality deliverables. Candidates should bring strong project management and team leadership skills and be excited to support a variety of organizations at the local, state, national and federal levels to advance systems change. We are especially interested in candidates with experience and interest in educator diversity initiatives and/or teacher preparation.
 
All positions are 100% remote and employees caFor the n live anywhere in the United States. You should be able to travel for in-person client meetings as needed (roughly 20% of the time) once it is safe to do so from a public health perspective.
 
Education First offers a market-based competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package (including PPO medical/dental/vision/life insurance), four weeks of paid time off, 11 paid national holidays, paid leave (disability/parental), teleworking subsidy, matching 401(k) plan, work-life flexibility and professional development opportunities.
 
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Posted 6.1.22:    Assistant Dean of Students & Title IX Coordinator, Saint Joseph's College of Maine

This position contributes to the Division of Campus Life by: providing strategic leadership and supporting student development and success; overseeing the Title IX policy and processes; overseeing the College's management and implementation of the student conduct process; and enhancing the student experience through the assessment of program, department, and division strategic learning outcomes.
 
ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
  • Advising the Vice President and Chief Student Affairs Officer of campus, regional, and national trends in student affairs practice
  • Responding to and communicating with parents and families of students regarding questions, concerns, complaints or requests for information
  • Assisting in the coordination and implementation of the new student orientation programs
  • Supporting Student Engagement and Residential Living personnel and activities...
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
  • Master's degree in higher education administration, student development, counseling, or related field
  • Experience with Title IX complaints, investigations and accommodations
  • Title IX Certification preferred...
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Posted 6.1.22:  Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership (Instructor considered if ABD), Northwest Missouri State University

The Northwest Missouri State University School of Education seeks an engaging, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic educator to serve as faculty member and colleague in a rural-based educator preparation program with a rich, University-wide tradition of high-quality educator preparation. The faculty member will serve as an Assistant Professor and must possess strong teaching, advising, research, leadership, presentation, collaboration, and communication skills. ...

PRIMARY DUTIES: The Assistant Professor will teach, conduct research, and contribute service. They will collaborate and assist in the facilitation and co-evaluation of teacher candidates in clinical field experiences. The faculty member must hold, and promote, high expectations for students and self. They must collaborate well with colleagues at Northwest and in the discipline, communicating effectively with stakeholders including school partners and administration. The faculty member must work closely with other university faculty in education and across multiple content areas and several on-campus departments to ensure program quality, while providing high quality feedback, instruction, and assessment practices steeped in current research-based, effective teaching practices. ...

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Posted 5.24.22:  Superintendent, Wolcott Board of Education  (CT)


The Wolcott (Conn.) Board of Education is seeking a Superintendent and invites qualified and interested candidates to apply. It is anticipated that the new superintendent will assume full responsibilities of the superintendency on or before Nov. 1, 2022. Cooperative Educational Services Executive Searches will facilitate the search. A full list of qualifications and duties can be found on the flyer found at www.cestrumbull.org/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 and Management (no more than one page each).
– Copy of Connecticut 093 certification or evidence of eligibility.
– Copies of transcripts for all degrees held from all granting colleges/universities. Finalist candidates will be required to supply official transcripts.
– Three signed letters of reference from current or former employers and professional contacts. (Please limit reference letters to three letters written within the past year.)

Completed application packets are due via email to Cooperative Educational Services by 2 p.m. on June 30, 2022.  Application packets MUST be submitted as ONE PDF file and emailed to 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) or David B. Erwin (860-567-0863 ext. 1138 or erwin@edadvance.org).
 

Posted 5.24.22:  Director of Production, The Guthrie Theater (MN)
 

Founded in 1963, the Guthrie Theater (Guthrie) is dedicated to producing the great works of dramatic literature, developing the work of contemporary playwrights, and cultivating the next generation of theater artists. Under the artistic leadership of Joseph Haj, the Guthrie produces a mix of classic and contemporary plays on three stages and continues to set a national standard for excellence in theatrical production and performance. What began as a summer season of four productions supported by a minimal staff is now a complex organization that serves nearly 350,000 patrons and the Twin Cities community year-round....

 The Guthrie partners with institutions of higher education to offer professional training to the next generation of theater makers and offers learning opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. Education programs include Student Matinees, which were attended by over 30,000 students from 215 schools in the full pre-pandemic 2018-19 season, Classes and Workshops for Adults, Educator Workshops, and the Guthrie Experience, a professional training program for M.F.A. actors designed to cultivate future leaders of the American Theater. The seven-week summer intensive includes voice, movement and acting intensives, professional mentorship, cultural immersion in the vibrant Twin Cities theater scene, and an opportunity to develop a bold, new work in the Guthrie’s Dowling Studio. ...

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Posted 5.24.22:  Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement, Framingham State University (MA)

... Framingham State University seeks in its next vice president a visionary leader, experienced administrator, and vocal champion of diversity and inclusion. The vice president will work collaboratively across the institution to ensure continued support to the university community as well as the Metro West and greater Commonwealth while modeling an inclusive environment that welcomes and leverages diversity in all its forms. The vice president will provide vision, leadership, management, counsel and strategic planning to the office of DICE as well as the entire university, to enhance the learning, living and working community of all campus members....
 

The ideal candidate will be deeply student-centered, drawing inspiration from the promise of a Framingham State education and the transformative experience FSU offers its students. Candidates must also be able to demonstrate:

  • Experience developing a compelling, actionable, and overarching vision for diversity, equity and inclusion;
  • Experience building programs within institutional cultural frameworks in an educational landscape;
  • An authentic, open, inclusive, and collaborative communication style;
  • Capacity to understand and respect the FSU mission and culture.

Required Qualifications:

  • A master's degree and knowledge of national best practices and theory about organizational diversity and inclusion, human development, training and change management.
  • An earned doctorate or equivalent terminal degree in a relevant field is preferred.
  • The experience and readiness to assume a substantial, senior-level higher education administrative role...
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Posted 5.24.22:  Visiting Lecturer, Computer Science, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY) 

The Department of Computer Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for a Visiting Lecturer position in computer science. Visiting Lecturers contribute to the academic mission of the Computer Science Department and will be responsible for course preparations, formal classroom and lab teaching, new lecture and lab course development in the areas of introductory and core Computer Science. Visiting Lecturers will also be responsible for student mentoring and contributing to the advancement of the Department through service assignments. 

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

The Fairfield (Conn.) Board of Education is seeking a Superintendent and invites qualified and interested candidates to apply. It is anticipated that the new superintendent will assume full responsibilities of the superintendency on Nov. 1, 2022. Cooperative Educational Services Executive Searches will facilitate the search. A full list of qualifications and duties can be found on the flyer found at www.cestrumbull.org/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 and Management (no more than one page each).
– Copy of Connecticut 093 certification or evidence of eligibility.
– Copies of transcripts for all degrees held from all granting colleges/universities. Finalist candidates will be required to supply official transcripts.
– Three signed letters of reference from current or former employers and professional contacts. (Please limit reference letters to three letters written within the past year.)

Completed application packets are due via email to Cooperative Educational Services by 2 p.m. on June 30, 2022.  Application packets MUST be submitted as ONE PDF file and emailed to 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) or David B. Erwin (860-567-0863 ext. 1138 or erwin@edadvance.org).
 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Qualifications:
  • Knowledge of curriculum development and differentiated learning
  • Strong early literacy background with knowledge of phonics instruction
  • Familiarity with the following programs: Responsive Classroom, Singapore Math, Lively Letters and Handwriting Without Tears (training will be provided as needed)
  • Ability to work collaboratively with teaching partner in executing curriculum development and establishing routines within the classroom...
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Posted 5.14.22:  Executive Director, League of Chicago Theatres (IL)
 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
 
Leadership
  • Facilitates a culture of inclusion and cultural acceptance in a diverse growing community.
  • Lead building staff in establishing culturally responsive practices.
  • Supervise the use of the school building by developing and administering the building budget and coordinating staff schedules with building utilization in a way that supports the community vision our Board has established.
  • Promotes open communication and collaboration  with faculty members, parents, students and the community through meetings and committee participation in a way that welcomes our diverse needs.
  • Build and support a culture of academic excellence through review and Professional Learning Community work on academic data....
QUALIFICATIONS
  • DPI Licensure
  • Master’s degree with coursework in school administration
  • Three years minimum successful teaching experience 
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bilingual (Spanish)
  • Demonstrates experience, or professional growth, in working in/with diverse communities.
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Posted 5.7.22:  President & CEO, Center for Creative Arts (MO)
 

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

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

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


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

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

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Posted 5.6.22:  Lecturer, National Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

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

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


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

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

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


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

 Position Summary 

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

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


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

Opportunities and Challenges 

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

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

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