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of open positions in the fields of
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Posted 4.15.21:  Two Open Positions, School of Education, Virginia Tech

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• Assistant/Associate Professor, Career and Technical Education (CTE) 
The Virginia Tech School of Education is seeking applications for an assistant/associate professor of Career and Technical Education (CTE) with a focus on agricultural education. This nine-month, tenure track/tenured faculty position begins August 2021 on the Blacksburg, VA, campus.... The expected/standard teaching load is two courses per semester with possible summer teaching. 

Qualifications: Required 

  • A doctorate at time of appointment in Career and Technical Education or other related doctoral degrees with specialization/concentration in CTE and/or agricultural education from an appropriately accredited institution 
  • Expertise in Agricultural Education 
  • Record of or strong potential for scholarly research in CTE ...


• Associate Director, Personnel and Faculty Affairs 
The Virginia Tech School of Education is inviting applications for the position of Associate Director of Personnel and Faculty Affairs in the School of Education. We seek an accomplished scholar with a proven record of research excellence in both publications and external funding interested in supporting the development of faculty and staff across the career span. This is a 12-month tenured faculty appointment at the rank of associate professor or professor....

Qualifications: 
An earned doctorate in Education or related field aligned with one or more of the School of Education’s program areas 
Knowledgeable of and experienced in faculty development at all ranks 
Experience with the development and implementation of institutional policies and governance 
Evidence of tangible outcomes related to the advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion ...

 

Posted 4.14.21:  Social Worker, Educate Youth (MI)

Educate Youth 501c3 is located in Ypsilanti. The mission of Educate Youth is to support students to discover their true passion in life, and to earn their high school diploma with a twoyear post HS plan with the goal of becoming future leaders who will strengthen and drive
change in their community.

A social worker will provide each student support in the form of talking, listening and encouraging. They will give feedback and offer steps for staying healthy. They will be alert for changes in behavior. Students are at the clubhouse five hours each day. The social worker will
be there five hours each day.

SERVICES TO STUDENTS:
• Provide crisis intervention.
• Co-develop intervention to increase academic success.
• Assist with conflict resolution and anger management.
• Role model appropriate social interaction skills and support in the practicing of these skills.
• Develop student suggested activities to promote empowerment...

SKILLS:
• Knowledgeable of the effects of trauma (how trauma can effect the behavior and needs of young people), and skilled in treating traumas
• LOVING EMPATHETIC HEART and a GENUINE LOVE for and commitment to working with YOUNG PEOPLE—-listening to them, meeting them where they are at, honoring their experiences, and not patronizing them.
• Be well educated in the experiences of multi-cultural communities (e.g., Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) Background) and how to provide diverse young people with the support that they need relevant to their experience....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 4.14.21:  Executive Director of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, The Episcopal Academy (PA)
 
The Episcopal Academy invites nominations and applications for the opportunity to lead diversity, equity, and inclusion work beginning July 2021. Over the last decade, The Episcopal Academy (EA) has been working towards building a more inclusive community where all students feel a sense of belonging and are respected, regardless of their race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexuality, as well as other meaningful aspects of identity. Identifying and addressing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion involves overcoming both micro- and macro-level challenges and requires a schoolwide commitment.
 
This is a senior leadership position and the Executive Director will report directly to the Head of School. Responsible for advancing EA’s strategic commitment to equity and inclusion, the Executive Director will capitalize on the momentum of foundational and purposeful work. Partnering with the current Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and a team of Coordinators, along with other school leaders, the Executive Director will lead the school’s efforts to create a more diverse and inclusive community, one where all community members are able to thrive, participate, and contribute to their full potential/ability....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 4.13.21:  Head of School, Waverly School (CA)

Waverly is a nonsectarian, coeducational, progressive day school in Pasadena, California, that spans preschool through high school....

The Waverly School is in the midst of a search for an Interim Head of School to serve during the 2021-22 school year. Concurrently, the school seeks a dynamic leader to serve as permanent Head of School starting July 2022. The successful candidate will be a highly experienced educational leader devoted to the school’s progressive mission and program and to leading the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Head has oversight of all organizational activities and serves as the school’s academic leader, fostering a climate of excellence and ethical growth among students, faculty, and staff....

Waverly is looking for a Head who possesses the following professional qualities and experiences:

  • A deep understanding of important trends in progressive education and the ability to combine that understanding with an appreciation for Waverly’s values and traditions, in order to articulate a compelling vision for the school’s future.
  • A palpable enjoyment at being an active and visible presence in the life of the school as a foundation for strong, supportive relationships with faculty, staff, students, and parents, thereby supporting the school’s strong sense of community.
  • Prior experience living and leading diversity and inclusion initiatives, skill in building inclusive communities, and the ability to respectfully navigate diverse cultural and social situations....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
Posted 4.13.21: Assistant Director, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Grand Valley State University (MI)


The assistant director for the Office of Multicultural Affairs provides student support and leadership to mitigate and eliminate barriers to educational success for students of color at Grand Valley State University with a specific focus on initiatives supporting Latinx, Hispanic, and Undocumented/DACA students. 

Required Qualifications and Education: 

  •  Bachelor’s degree 
  •  Master’s degree in Higher Education/Student Affairs, Social Work, Sociology or other relevant field 
  •  Strong understanding of social justice and how it connects to higher education 
  •  Strong public speaking skills, cross-cultural interpersonal skills, and effective writing skills 

Preferred Qualifications and Education: 

  • Demonstrated lived commitment to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion on the basis of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, socioeconomic background, ability/disability, religious, spiritual, and/or secular identities or more. 
  • Familiarity with and/or experience building intersectional support structures for students of color 
  • Experience in higher education working with Latinx, Hispanic, and/or undocumented/DACA students 
  • Experience developing, administering, and evaluating student programming and events...
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 4.10.21:  Assistant Professor of Instruction, Reading Education, Ohio University

The Ohio University Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education, Department of Teacher Education is accepting applications for a non-tenure track Assistant Professor of Instruction position with expertise in Reading Education. The successful applicant will bring strong qualifications, both academically and professionally, in the field of Reading/Literacy Education, with high interests in effective teaching and advising in programs that prepare candidates for an initial teaching license in Early Childhood, Middle Childhood, Adolescent-to-Young Adult Education and Special Education, as well as at the advanced Master’s level....

Minimum Qualifications:
Earned doctorate in Reading Education or a literacy related field (by the time of hire)
A minimum of three years of literacy-related teaching in a P-12 school
Evidence of teaching experience in college-level reading/literacy-related courses....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 4.10.21: Multiple Open Positions, Central Ohio Technical College 

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• Composition/English Instructor
COTC is accepting online applications for a full-time, 9-month Composition/English Instructor position. Duties include: A full-time Composition/English Instructor is a member of the College’s English and Communications Department, which is housed in the Division of Arts and Sciences. This faculty member teaches a range of lower-division English/Composition courses; specific teaching assignments will be based in large part (but not solely) on the faculty member’s educational training and professional expertise.... 

• Natural Sciences/Biology Instructor 
COTC is accepting online applications for a full-time Natural Sciences/Biology instructor position. Duties include: The faculty position description is contained within the Agreement Between The Central Ohio Technical College and The United Faculty/Central Ohio Technical College, AFT/OFT. A full-time Biology Instructor teaches a range of introductory courses, as well as, advanced courses in specific program technology areas....

• Admissions Representative 
The Admissions Representative will support admissions and recruitment for COTC through developing and maintaining secondary school and adult education partnerships, leading recruitment, admission and enrollment initiatives, and utilizing technology (CRM) to manage an assigned applicant pool. This position will participate in events both on and off campus and will include a travel territory....

• Program Assistant-Recreational Sports 
COTC and The Ohio State University at Newark are accepting online applications for a full-time, 10 month Program Assistant-Recreational Sports position. The program assistant for recreational sports works to develop and promote intramural sport offerings each semester for the campus community including the development of schedules, oversight of intramural events, and management of the website and mobile application for registration and participation. The position assists in providing oversight to the day to day operations of the Adena Recreation Center including the management and leadership of student employees and maintains the outdoor facilities including the multipurpose recreation field and baseball field....

 
Posted 4.10.21:  Three Open Positions, School of Education, Virginia Tech


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• Assistant Director of Assessment and Accreditation 
The School of Education’s Assistant Director of Assessment and Accreditation is responsible for the design, implementation, and management of a comprehensive and integrated assessment system that: 
• provides information to evaluate the productivity, effectiveness, and impact of the School’s academic programs, and 
• meets the accreditation requirements of multiple agencies. 

The Assistant Director is responsible for: 
1. Ongoing design and implementation of a digital quality assurance system that will provide valid and reliable data for administrators, faculty, and staff to evaluate the School’s programs 
2. Co-developing and overseeing the implementation of key assessments, learning outcomes, and program outcomes that overlap with meeting accreditation requirements (e.g. explore integration of course management system for data collection)...

• Open-rank Professor of Educational Leadership
This nine-month, tenure track/tenured faculty position is available August 2021 at the Blacksburg, Falls Church, or Richmond, Virginia, campuses. Some travel required.

Responsibilities include conducting an active research agenda; teaching courses in master’s and
doctoral programs that prepare students for a broad range of administrative and leadership roles
in PreK-12 school systems, government agencies, and non-profit organizations; and providing
service to the School, College, University, and profession. The expected/standard teaching load
is two/two courses per academic year. ...

• Open-rank, Faculty Position in Reading/Literacy
...Nine-month tenure track/tenured, beginning August 2021 on the Blacksburg, VA, campus.

Responsibilities include conducting an active agenda of research, teaching reading/literacy
education courses in both face-to-face and online environments, and providing service to the
School, College, University, and profession. The expected/standard teaching load is two/two
courses per academic year. Expertise in K-8 reading/literacy required....



Posted 4.10.21:  Co- Director/Teacher, Beatie Street Kindergarten & Pre-School (CA)
 

For over 30 years, Beatie Street Preschool and Kindergarten––a small, social justice school in Oakland––has offered Montessori-influenced, play-based, full day, year-round programming with project­ based academic content. We serve 15 students and their families. Families are diverse in composition, ethnicity, and economics, and share our values, including focus on outdoor play, nature, conservation, art, and social justice. Ours is a mixed age classroom serving children between 3 and 6 years. We foster a joyful, collaborative culture that values inclusivity, honesty, respect, positive social impact, and fun. 

Our Mission:
To nurture the next generation to be agents of change by supporting parents and children and building community power to foster social justice and advocacy....

Qualifications

  • CA State Child Development Teacher, Site Supervisor or Director Permit
  • At least 12 ECE (semester) units including core courses.
  • Experience working with children in this age group
  • Experience administering, management and oversight of educational environment
  • Uses age appropriate, positive guidance techniques and models behavior for children
  • Builds positive relationships with parents/guardians, respecting their cultural differences and provides regular and frequent communication....
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
Posted 4.10.21:  Teacher, Upper School French, Leave Replacement Positions, St. Paul Academy and Summit School (MN)

(Spring Semester Positions Begins: May 1, 2021)
(Fall Semester)

Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor's degree and be proficient in French. Candidates should have experience teaching at the secondary level in a student-centered classroom. In addition to teaching French, the candidate will supervise an advisory group and execute other responsibilities as assigned by the Upper School Administration....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 4.7.21:  Multiple Opening Positions, Nebraska Indian Community College

ABOUT THE COLLEGE: “The Nebraska Indian Community College provides quality higher education and lifelong educational opportunities for Umonhon (Omaha) Isanti (Santee Dakota) and all learners.” Nebraska Indian Community College is envisioned as a comprehensive Tribal College which values service through high quality education. Institutional programs value and cultivate the creative and productive talents of learners, faculty, and staff, and seek ways to contribute to the self-sufficiency of the Nations served, the wellbeing of our communities, and the quality of life and development of its learners, faculty, and service areas. 

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• Assistant to Dean of Student Services
 
Will perform various duties as assigned to assist in the operation of the Student Services Department. Candidate will assist with support to the Dean of Student Services, perform various clerical duties i.e. answering and directing all campus phone calls, and assist at the front desk as needed, support students who need documentation copied, printed, and scanned. Support the Registrar and Student Advisors with similar tasks. Learn how to support students with reset of passwords, and other technology supports. Candidate will work 2 hours a week in the NICC Macy Library to get the books documented in Destiny. ...

• Financial Aide Liaison & Student Services–Macy Campus
Nebraska Indian Community College seeks a full-time employee to serve as the Student Services Advisor with the ability to support financial aid office activities.
• Serve 100% of NICC students that have specialty needs with financial aid advising.
• Support student advisors with financial aid questions.
• Complete and assist with in house scholarships in Empower SIS
• Administer the emergency aid system as set up in Project Success and other emergency aid received by NICC i.e. gift cards for food....

• Grants Administrator/Procurement Specialist
The Grants Administrator/Procurement Specialist has a 12-month contract with a minimum of 40 hours per week.
They will...
Grants Administrator
o Assist Business Office Director with quarterly reports of budget to actuals for grants
o Update grant master schedule spreadsheet
o Manage grant project reporting processes (setting calendar with deadlines and consulting other team
members when appropriate)...

• Student Services Advisor
• 70 student case load – providing students with academic assistance, financial aid assistance, referrals for outside services relative to student life
• Assist students in making time management plans and develop good study skills.
• Follow plan of contact for early alerts – and missing student documentation
• Complete bi-monthly reports for supervisor ...

• Workforce Development Director
  • The Workforce Development Director  has a 12-month contract with a minimum of 40 hours per week. They will…
  • Champion the new virtual Career and Alumni Center
  • Organize job shadowing, mock interviews, and resumé building opportunities for students
  • Disseminate job opportunities on College’s job board on new website
  • Serve as the Paid Internship Program Coordinator (onboarding and timesheet approval)
  • Host job/career fairs for regional employers and communities
  • Serve as a liaison between regional employers and College faculty in course/program development
  • Collect, analyze, and disseminate data regarding career pathways, alumni, and skills required by industries (e.g., alumni survey, workforce development survey, Department of Labor reports, EMSI data, student transfer data, co-curricular assessment, etc.)...

Posted 4.7.21:  Multiple Teaching Positions, Deerfield Academy (MA)
 

Deerfield offers an unmatched environment for teaching. Near the Five Colleges (Amherst, Smith, Mount Holyoke, Hampshire, and UMass Amherst), Deerfield’s 300-acre campus hosts exceptional facilities that enable powerful teaching both in and out of the classroom. Our students are engaging and excited to learn—and they are willing to work hard at their studies. Outside the classroom, our community is focused on active and ethical living....

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• Math Teacher

...Deerfield Academy seeks a dynamic and experienced Teacher of Mathematics to start on August 18, 2021.
We’re looking for a teacher who exhibits excellence in the classroom, encourages students’ development as
informed and ethical citizens of the world, and is interested in working collaboratively with colleagues.
Deerfield Academy teachers enjoy an outstanding work environment and excellent benefits, and engage
with students who are eager to learn. As a private boarding school, Deerfield actively seeks to increase the
diversity of its faculty and develop an inclusive community; interested candidates should be enthusiastic
about living in close proximity to teenagers and working with students both in and outside of the
classroom....

•  Teacher of Biology/Chemistry
The primary responsibility is to teach science courses for all levels: introductory biology and chemistry, AdvancedPlacement biology, and senior project-based courses.
• Other responsibilities include those that are normally part of a boarding school commitment: dormitory association, coaching sports or supervising co-curricular activities, dining hall duties, and committee work.
Qualifications:
• Three years of experience teaching biology and chemistry at the high school or college level.
• A master’s degree (preferred)....

• Teacher of Physics
The primary responsibility is to teach science courses for all levels: introductory physics and ideally advanced physics and senior project-based courses.
• Other responsibilities include those that are normally part of a boarding school commitment: dormitory association, coaching sports or supervising co-curricular activities, dining hall duties, and committee work
Qualifications:
• Prior experience teaching physics at the high school or college level
• A master’s degree (preferred)....

• Choral DIrector
The primary responsibility is to oversee all aspects of the choral program: direct the
choral groups, meet and correspond with admissions applicants, prepare the students to perform at special
events, and collaborate with other members of the Visual and Performing Arts Department.
Qualifications:
• A minimum of five years of experience conducting and teaching music at the high school or collegelevel.
• A post-graduate degree in music is preferred....
Posted 4.7.21:  Multiple Open Positions, Education First

• Senior Consultant/Engaged Students: https://education-first.com/job-opening/senior-consultant-engaged-students/
• Executive Assistant 2: https://education-first.com/job-opening/executive-assistant-2/ 
• Senior Consultant/Effective Organizations and Investments:  https://education-first.com/job-opening/senior-consultant-effective-organizations-and-investments/
• Consultant/Social-Emotional-Academic Growth: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=3555801/
• Senior Consultant/ Coherent Instructional, Assessment & Accountability System: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=3555801
 
Posted 4.7.21: Two Open Positions, Rochester Institute for Technology (NY)

Assistant Professor, Graphic Media Science and Technology (5613BR)
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Candidates for this position will be expected to teach and conduct focused research in Print and Graphic Media Science, Technology, and Management and/or discipline-based education research. As CET also houses programs with related disciplines, including packaging science and environmental sustainability, health and safety, the successful candidate will be expected to support interdisciplinary teaching and research opportunities within the College, as well. The appointment begins August 2021.
 
Visiting Lecturer, Interactive Game and Media (5615BR)
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The Visiting Lecturer will contribute to the academic mission of the School of IGM and will be responsible for course preparations, formal classroom and lab teaching, and new lecture and lab course development in one or more of the following areas: artificial intelligence, real-time graphics programming, introductory programming (C#, C++, JavaScript), data structures and algorithms, game design/development, web design/development, physical computing, data visualization, and aesthetic/creative computing. The appointment begins August 2021.
 
 
Posted 4.7.21: Chairperson, Nursing Department and Nursing Program Administrator, Baldwin Wallace Unviersity (OH)

Baldwin Wallace University (https://www.bw.edu/) is accepting applications and nominations for the position of Chairperson of the Nursing Department and Nursing Program Administrator.  This will be a tenure-track, advanced-rank, twelve-month administrative position with a 12 credit hour teaching load that will start no later than August 1, 2021. Reporting to the Dean of the College of Education and Health Sciences, the Chair of the Department of Nursing performs the duties of both the Chair of the Department and as the Chief Nurse Administrator for the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and the Program Administrator for the Ohio Board of Nursing (OBN)....

The successful candidate will have a unique opportunity to shape the undergraduate programs through hiring four tenure-track faculty over the next three years in addition to evaluating the four-year program through its inaugural offerings. BW will support the growth of the program into graduate programs....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 4.6.21:  Head of School, Lick-Wilmerding High School (CA)

Founded in 1895, Lick-Wilmerding High School is—and has always been—a profoundly unique educational institution. An independent, co-educational, college preparatory day school serving grades 9-12, LWHS is known for its tradition of integrating challenging academic courses with technical, performing, and fine arts, striving always for “Head, Heart, Hands Learning.” Because of this, LWHS is esteemed for its dynamic academic program; the way innovation is woven into the curriculum through the study of the technical arts, the opportunities students have to explore their emotional and physical selves through visual and performing arts and athletics, and how students are invited to engage with the world in order to facilitate positive change....

The 2021-2022 school year will be Head of School Eric Temple’s 11th and final year at LWHS. At this time, the school seeks a new Head for July 2022. Strong candidates will be educators who relish working with and supporting teenagers and who actively seek to build connection and community among diverse stakeholders. LWHS also seeks a new Head who has a deep, meaningful connection to the arts, passion for issues of social justice, and capacity to navigate the complex dynamics of leading a private school with a public purpose.... 

The full position description can be found at https://carneysandoe-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/assets/LWHS-Final.pdf. 



Posted 4.6.21:  Visiting Instructor of Elementary and Special Education, College of Education, Department of Elementary and Special Education, Georgia Southern University
 
The Department of Elementary and Special Education in the College of Education invites applications and nominations for a one-year Visiting Instructor of Elementary and Special Education. The home campus for this position will be our Statesboro campus, although the courses taught will be fully online....

Position Description.
Reporting to the Chair of the Department of Elementary and Special Education, the one-year Visiting Instructor of Elementary and Special Education position primarily focuses upon teaching critical pedagogy and multicultural education content in methods courses at the graduate levels and supervising teacher candidates in our fully-online MAT program in Elementary Education. The teaching requires the modeling of effective instructional practices for diverse student populations and the use of instructional technology in face-to-face, hybrid, and online learning environments. Supervision responsibilities will be fully-online observations of graduate-level in-service or pre-service teachers. In addition, the position involves collaborating with faculty across the College of Education and performing service to the department, college, University, regional schools, and professional community. The position is 10-months and the salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience....

Required Qualifications:
  • Earned doctorate in Multicultural Education, Urban Education, Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis in Elementary or Multicultural Education, Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, or a closely related field by August 1, 2021
  • Minimum of three years of full-time teaching experience in grades P-8...
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
Posted 4.7.21:  Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Services, Marywood University (OH)

Marywood University (Marywood.edu), a Catholic University located in Scranton, Pennsylvania, seeks nominations and applications for the position of Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Services (VPEM/SS) to take office on August 1, 2021....

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

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
Posted 4.6.21:  Special Education, College of Education, University of Memphis (TN)
 

The Department of Instruction & Curriculum Leadership (ICL) seeks to add a collaborative and creative colleague for a full-time, 12-month, non-tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Instructor in Special Education. We are seeking someone who shares a commitment to the field of special education, urban populations and social justice and will support the fulfillment of the College of Education's commitment in these areas. The expected start date for this position is August 16, 2021. The expected teaching load is five (5) courses each fall and spring semester and two courses during the summer term. 

Required QUALIFICATIONS 
• Master’s degree in Special Education or closely related field 
• Minimum of three years’ successful teaching Special Education in K-12 settings 
• Academic credentials reflecting a sufficient knowledge base in special education 
• Demonstrated commitment to cultural responsiveness, equity, and inclusiveness, addressing the needs of a diverse student body 

Desired QUALIFICATIONS 
• Doctoral degree in Special Education or closely related field 
• Demonstrated knowledge of and experience working with students, faculty, and schools in diverse settings (urban, suburban, and rural) 
• Evidence of or potential for collaboration and co-teaching, technology utilization, and online instruction...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE

 

Posted 4.6.21:  Clinical Instructor for Literacy Programs, College of Education, University of Memphis (TN) 

The Department of Instruction and Curriculum Leadership is seeking to add a non-tenure-track, 12-month Clinical Instructor for Literacy Program in the College of Education, Instruction & Curriculum Leadership at the University of Memphis. Please see the qualifications and responsibilities below. 

Required Qualifications: 
•An earned doctorate (obtained by August 1, 2021) in Literacy, Reading, LanguageArts, or a closely related field.
•Evidence of 3 years of successful P-12 Classroom Teaching.
•Demonstrated commitment to cultural responsiveness, equity, and inclusiveness,addressing the needs of a diverse student body. 

Desired Qualifications: 
•Experience and evidence of excellence in teaching at the college level.
•Experience in K-5 Literacy.
•Experience working with a diverse population.
•Experience with EdTPA (education Teacher Performance Assessment) or variousteacher evaluation systems....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 4.1.21: Cinema Director, Indiana University

One of the nation’s most prestigious movie houses, Indiana University Cinema (IU Cinema) presents and
examines the world’s most entertaining, fascinating, and thought-provoking films and invites audiences to hear
from the luminaries who created them. Its mission is to operate as a world-class venue and curatorial program
dedicated to the highest standards of presentation of film in both traditional and modern forms. By providing
unique and enriching cinematic experiences, IU Cinema advances Indiana University’s long-standing commitment
to excellence, scholarship, and engagement in the arts across campus and the community....

...The IU Cinema Director will be a strong advocate on and off campus for IU Cinema and Indiana University. The
Director will be a conscientious administrator with managerial expertise, operational experience, demonstrated
success in fundraising. This individual will work effectively in a university setting and operate comfortably in the
dynamic world of film and media. The Director will lead a high-performing staff to secure and strengthen IU
Cinema’s now-established identity and culture. They will grow the organization’s infrastructure in balanced and
sustainable ways, including strengthening funding and targeting strategic initiatives to advance IU Cinema’s
mission, vision, and goals. ...

Roles and Responsibilities
Organizational and Artistic Vision
Develop a clear, future-focused plan for IU Cinema for its second decade, engaging with its staff in the
formation of long- and short-term strategic planning in alignment with the university’s strategic plans and IU
Cinema’s mission and vision.
Provide creative thinking and expertise in the new areas of producing innovative digital programming in a
rapidly changing industry.
Innovate ways of utilizing collaborative activity between IU Cinema and the university to provide unique
opportunities for artistic creation and student advancement, in the model of IU Cinema’s current programs in
commissioning film scores....

Qualifications
Experience equivalent to a master’s degree and significant senior leadership positions in a cultural or higher education setting are required (advanced degree preferred). A track record of results-oriented success in overseeing dynamic and multifaceted artistic planning, building donor relationships, securing public and private funding, and navigating multilevel bureaucracies is necessary....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 4.1.21:  Postdoctoral Program for Leadership & Character, Department of Education, Wake Forest University (NC)

The Program for Leadership and Character and the Department of Education at Wake Forest University seek a thoughtful, engaged,
and creative scholar to become a Postdoctoral Fellow for one year. The Postdoctoral Fellow will join an innovative cohort of emerging
scholars from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences to develop and teach leadership and character-related courses
in their respective disciplines. The Postdoctoral Fellow will teach 3 courses per year (a 1:2) and contribute to the co-curricular
programming of the Program for Leadership and Character and the Department of Education. The Postdoctoral Fellow will benefit
from course development workshops and mentoring from faculty in both programs. The Postdoctoral Fellow will also have an opportunity
to work with a research scholar to assess the impact of their courses and potentially publish relevant research. The fellowship aims to equip an emerging scholar and educator to teach character education to undergraduate students and support schools, universities, and organizations who wish to educate character in their contexts....

Compelling applicants will demonstrate prior experience with culturally responsive pedagogies, an openness to critical, interdisciplinary engagement, and a commitment to excellence in teaching and mentoring undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds, including international students, first generation students, and those who identify as members of historically
marginalized communities. Wake Forest University welcomes and encourages diversity and inclusivity and seeks applicants with demonstrated success in working with diverse populations....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 3.31.21:  Associate Dean, School of Social Sciences & Education, California State University–Bakersfield

Founded in 1965, California State University, Bakersfield is a regional, comprehensive university serving the San Joaquin Valley of California. The University’s service area covers nearly 25,000 square miles and is home to a socially, economically, and ethnically diverse population. CSU Bakersfield is the only four-year granting degree institution within a 100-mile radius and, as a result, plays a vital role in the educational obtainment, economic development, and quality of life of its community. CSU Bakersfield is proud to be a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI); 61% of the University’s students are Latino, 18% are Caucasian or White, 7% are Asian, 5% are African-American, and 2% are multiracial.... 

The Position 
The Associate Dean is a key member of the senior team of the School along with the Dean and the Director of Education Assessment and Accreditation. The Associate Dean is responsible with the Dean and the Director for moving the School forward. The next Associate Dean of the School of Social Sciences and Education will play a leadership role in the future growth of the School as well as ensure the School’s success in education and community impact. The successful candidate will meet the following: 

Required Qualifications 

  • • An earned doctorate and a solid record of teaching, scholarly achievement, service, and other qualifications sufficient to merit appointment as Associate Professor or Professor in an academic program in the School; 
  • • Demonstrated prior leadership experience as an administrator, a department chair, an academic leader, or equivalent experience; 
  • • A record of effective engagement with faculty,... 
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Posted 3.31.21: Dean of Equity & Belonging, College Preparatory School (CA)

The College Preparatory School, an independent high school in Oakland, California, seeks an experienced, dynamic educational leader to serve as the Dean of Equity and Belonging beginning July 1, 2021. The Dean of Equity and Belonging reports directly to the Head of School and serves as a member of the senior administrative team in the overall leadership and management of the School. 
 
Founded in 1960, The College Preparatory School is an independent coeducational secondary school created for intellectual risk-takers who want to pursue a purposeful education with kindred peers. College Prep’s 370 students are engaged and motivated learners who help create a kind, intellectual and equitable community. The School’s mission is to prepare students for productive, ethical lives in college and beyond by fostering a stimulating education within an atmosphere of consideration, trust, and mutual responsibility....
 
The Dean of Equity and Belonging is responsible for the integrated and collaborative implementation of the school’s goals and programs for equity and belonging, with an emphasis on the complexity of human development in the context of the student experience. The Dean of Equity and Belonging works cross functionally with other school leaders, including the Dean of Students and other members of the Student Life Team members, Dean of Faculty, and chairs of the Equity and Inclusion Coordinating Committee. With this team of colleagues, the Dean of Equity and Belonging will: 
  

  • Develop and implement processes to understand and enhance the experience of belonging in the school’s current culture.
  • Act as a resource and coach for our diverse community to cultivate anti-bias and cultural competency skills.
  • Support leadership development for students leading identity and diversity organizations and events....
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Posted 3.31.21:  Director of Lower School Admissions, Fressenden School (MA)

The Fessenden School, in West Newton, MA, is an all-boys independent day and boarding school serving 525 students from Pre-K to Grade 9. The School seeks to employ individuals who will share our commitment to supporting The Fessenden School’s mission to cultivate each boy’s talents and develop in balance his character, mind, and body in an inclusive and joyful community. For over 100 years we have
been committed to the education of boys, and our facilities, curriculum, and programs are designed with the necessities of boys in mind.

Position Summary
Fessenden’s Director of Lower School Admissions reports to the Director of Admission & Enrollment Manager and oversees all aspects of Pre-K through Grade 4 admissions. In addition to managing the Lower School enrollment process, this person will work closely with the Head of the Lower School, Lower School faculty, and Lower School admissions team to facilitate the admission process as well as to monitor student progress after enrollment. The Director of Lower School Admissions must display a passion for elementary education, celebrate boys and boys’ education within and beyond the Fessenden community, and always champion and support the School’s mission....

Qualifications
Five years of elementary school admissions experience
Warmth, enthusiasm, and a love for elementary education
Demonstrated commitment to cultural competency, multicultural education, and diversity including previous outreach to underrepresented populations
Open, collaborative, and supportive work style...


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Posted 3.31.21: Schoolwide Implementation Specialist, Mindful Schools (CA)

Mindful Schools empowers educators to spark change from the inside out by cultivating awareness, resilience, and compassionate action. Our vision is for all children to learn in “mindful schools” that nurture a new generation of leaders to create a more equitable and thriving world.

The Schoolwide Implementation Specialist will lead a key org-wide initiative working directly with Title I partner schools to integrate mindfulness as a foundational and strategic core practice for systems and culture change. This is a perfect opportunity for someone seeking to join a creative, collaborative team who can add their teacher leader experience and project management skills to deliver on responsive and high-impact programming. We are looking for someone who not only has their own personal mindfulness practice, but who is passionate about cultivating shared practice as a powerful tool for promoting agency and empowerment, anti-racism, and social-emotional well-being for an entire community. We see ourselves as part of a larger movement of educators who are radically reimagining schools as places that are love-based and equity-centered.

This position plays a critical role across our 3 strategic focus areas: 
• people & culture
• evolution of our program model 
• next-gen operational infrastructure 

This leader will be charged with designing, testing, learning, and iterating on our offerings so that they resonate and best serve and sustain our diverse and resilient school communities. It is our strong preference to find someone in the Bay Area who can eventually work out of our Emeryville office once it's safe and possible--someone who is energized by the idea of working closely with a highly committed, highly driven team.

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Posted 3.31.21:  Instructor, Elementary Urban Education, College of Education, University of Memphis (TN)

The Department of Instruction & Curriculum Leadership in the College of Education seeks an Instructor of Elementary Urban Education. This is a full-time, twelve-month, non-tenure track faculty appointment starting on August 16, 2021. The expected teaching load is five courses per semester of the academic year and two courses in the summer. This position includes spending productive time in partner elementary schools. The desired candidate will have experience in the content area of elementary teacher education, urban teacher education, and field-based teacher education. The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to high quality teaching and service at a large research-based institution that integrates high leverage practices into their coursework and professional development. The candidate should have knowledge of the edTPA, university teaching experience (including face-to-face, hybrid, and online learning environments), and teaching experience with K-5 children and families from diverse cultural, linguistic, and socio-economic backgrounds and have a commitment to preservice teacher preparation programs that directly lead to licensure. The applicant should be committed to (1) diversity, social justice, and equity in order to promote effective learning; (2) culturally relevant practice; (3) engaging history and present social inequities and uses reflective practice to challenge their work and explicitly confront social inequality; and (4) reflecting on their own identities in relationship to social justice as it pertains to local, national and/or global contexts. (Position 009257) ...

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Posted 3.31.21:  Vice President for Business Affairs, Marywood University (PA)

Marywood University (Marywood.edu) is accepting nominations and applications for the position of Vice President for Business Affairs (VPBA). Reporting to the President and serving on both the President’s Cabinet and Council, the successful candidate must support the goals, values and mission of the university. This position serves as the Vice President of Business Affairs and Treasurer of the University.  The major areas of responsibility include budgeting, financial management, human resources, information/internet technology, infrastructure, non-academic administrative systems, and the planning and assessment associated with these functions.
 
Marywood University is a comprehensive Catholic university founded in 1915 and sponsored by the Congregation of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Scranton, PA. The co-educational University, with over 2,500 students...

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Posted 3.25.21:  Multiple Open Positions, Milton Academy (MA)

Milton Academy, established in 1798, is an independent coeducational national boarding and day school, serving 1,000 students in grades K-12 on a 125-acre campus eight miles south of Boston.

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• Lower School Classroom Teacher
... 
Milton Academy seeks a lower school classroom teacher for the 2021-22 school year. The ideal candidate will have experience teaching math, reading, writing, and social studies. In addition to outstanding teaching ability, we seek a teacher who is inquisitive, self-directed and team-oriented.

• Upper School Director of Equity and Inclusion
... The Director of Equity and Inclusion leads the Upper School’s justice, equity, and inclusion efforts. They develop, implement, and manage division-wide programs and policies with the goal of dismantling institutional, interpersonal, and internalized marginalization. They facilitate structural support for students, parents, and Upper School employees, and provide an equity lens and anti-racist vision to every aspect of student life....

• Mandarin Chinese Teacher
... Milton Academy is seeking a full time Upper School Mandarin Chinese teacher with a demonstrated ability to work in a diverse community. The position begins in September 2021. The teacher will teach four classes and engage with students beyond the classroom. Native or near-native fluency and a desire to innovate and collaborate are required. Three years teaching Chinese at the secondary or collegiate level and an advanced degree are preferred. Teacher certification is not required....

• Computer Science
... The computer science community at Milton Academy is vibrant, creative and diverse. We are seeking a teacher who can bring energy to the program and help us continue to grow.  The teacher will be responsible for teaching programming classes and working with students beyond the classroom, including supporting robotics, hackathons and more.  A strong candidate will have a passion for teaching, a high aptitude and interest in technology (hardware and software), a coding background (Java, Python and/or C++), and the capability to teach programming to students in grades 9-12.  Experience in mobile app development, robotics, artificial intelligence, and/or engineering is desirable....

• Campus Safety Officer
... Campus Safety Officers are responsible for maintaining and ensuring the safety and security of students, faculty, and staff as well as the safe use of Milton Academy properties. Officers will conduct highly visible vehicle and foot patrols of campus, regularly interacting with the campus community. Officers respond to all calls for service including lockouts, medical and safety escorts, and other general assistance....



Posted  3.25.21:  Fourth-Fifth Grade Teacher (1.0 FTE), KapKa Cooperative School (WA)

KapKa Cooperative School is seeking a full-time teacher in our multi-age 4th and 5th grade classroom for the 2021-2022 school year. The approximate start date is August 1, 2021.

Who We Are:
Founded in 1989, KapKa Cooperative School is a small, cooperative elementary school in Seattle. We are an independent, non-profit, state-approved school and candidate member of the Northwest Association of Independent Schools....

For more information, visit our website at www.kapkaschool.org.... 

Responsibilities:
Create an environment that fosters a sense of belonging and significance
Study each child carefully; see and celebrate the unique gifts and perspectives of every learner
Offer consistent opportunities for self-sufficiency, authentic expression and advocacy, and collaborative learning
Instill the discipline of inquiry, problem solving, scientific thinking, and a love of math
Introduce awareness practices that help children get to know themselves as learners...

Qualifications:
Washington State Teaching Certification
Masters degree or equivalent experience in teaching, child development, or curriculum design, preferred
Skill and experience at differentiated instruction...

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Posted 3.25.21:  Director of Enrollment Management, Culver Academies (IN)

 Culver Academies is a private boarding school educating boys and girls for leadership and responsible citizenship in society. With a powerful legacy of leadership and character, timeless values, rigorous academics, and global citizenship, the Culver experience culminates in arguably the best whole person education in the country....

The Director of Enrollment Management will have the opportunity to lead Culver through exciting challenges that include:

  • Providing clear vision, leadership, and strategy for the admissions and financial aid offices, driven by shared goals created in conjunction with the Head of Schools.
  • Balancing the sometimes-competing enrollment needs and strategic priorities of a complex organization, while maintaining a laser focus on the school’s mission.
  • Managing an experienced and dedicated team of eight admissions and financial aid professionals, who are eager to grow and develop as individuals and also as a team.
  • Recruiting and enrolling a diverse student body that represents a range of abilities, passions, backgrounds, and experiences, while also supporting specialty programs that attract athletes competitive at the highest levels....

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Posted 3.24.21:  Vice President for Academic Affairs, Avila University (MO)

Avila University, a Catholic University founded and inspired by the Sisters of St. Joseph of
Carondelet, seeks a leader to serve as its next vice president for academic affairs. This position
supports faculty while being collaborative in a student-centered environment....

The next vice president will lead Academic Affairs, which promotes and supports the mission of the university. Academic Affairs is responsible for supporting the work of the faculty, whose teaching, scholarship and service bring academic programs and experiences to life. The office of Academic Affairs works in a system of shared governance with the faculty to oversee the university curriculum and new curricular initiatives; academic policies and procedures; faculty hiring and promotion/tenure; support for faculty scholarship and teaching; the administration of all academic Colleges and Schools, the academic library. Other responsibilities include the Registration Office; the Institutional Research Office; and overall Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment....

The ideal candidate should have a record of significant accomplishment in academic leadership, including success in academic innovation and program development. An earned doctorate, or the equivalent terminal degree, a record of distinguished university teaching, scholarship and service are required. This individual should have communication and interpersonal skills that effectively advocate for institutional needs and achievement, both internally and externally. The successful candidate should also have evidence of promoting excellence in diversity, equity and inclusion....

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Posted 3.24.21:  Multiple Open Positions, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Visiting Professor, Graphic Arts – School of Design (5544BR)
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The School of Design in the College of Art and Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applicants to apply for the endowed Melbert B. Cary Professorship in Graphic Arts. Applicants must demonstrate significant professional experience and expertise in a typography related field. The appointment begins August 2021 and is for two years. Expectations include teaching in the undergraduate Graphic Design program and in the College of Art and Design; teaching a two-course load each term; participating in innovative teaching and curriculum development; participating in research and scholarship; rendering service to the school, college, university, and/or community; coordinating the annual Goudy Memorial Lecture; career advising and mentoring of undergraduate students; and participating in professional organizations important to the field of design.
 
Lecturer, ASL & Interpretation Education – National Institute for the Deaf (5969BR)
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The new ASL Lecturer will teach ASL skills courses in the ASL/Interpreting programs, attend professional development activities, participate in communication development activities, serve the department, institute and the community as needed. The appointment begins August 2021.
 
Lecturer, ASL & Interpretation Education – National Institute for the Deaf (5967BR)
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The new ASL Lecturer will teach ASL skills courses in the ASL/Interpreting programs, attend professional development activities, participate in communication development activities, serve the department, institute and the community as needed. The appointment begins August 2021.

Assistant/Associate Professor, ASL & Interpretation Education – National Institute for the Deaf (5595BR)
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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, and serve the department, institute and the community as needed. The appointment begins August 2021.
 
Lecturer, ASL & Interpretation Education – National Institute for the Deaf (5596BR)
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The new ASL Lecturer will teach ASL skills courses in the ASL/Interpreting programs, attend professional development activities, participate in communication development activities, serve the department, institute and the community as needed. The appointment begins August 2021.
 

Posted 3.20.21:  Program Coordinator for Community and Leadership Development, Dartmouth College (NH)

...
We are seeking a Program Coordinator for Community and Leadership who will serve the Black and pan-African student communities and other communities as needed. As a critical member of the OPAL staff, our Program Coordinators for Community and Leadership Development are responsible for developing and overseeing the implementation of signature programs, providing opportunities for student leadership development, coordinating outreach, and facilitating educational trainings. Program Coordinators are generally focused on working with particular affinity communities or areas of oversight under the guidance and supervision of an OPAL Dean. These affinity communities and areas of oversight include: Black Students, Multicultural Education, International Students, Latinx Students, LGBTQIA+ Students, Pan-Asian Students, and Women & Gender. Many programs run during evenings and weekends, and work schedules will be arranged to accommodate irregular hours.
 
Key Accountabilities
 Program Coordination (60%)
  • Under the guidance of an OPAL Dean, develops and oversees the implementation, marketing, delivery, and assessment of community-building, awareness-raising, mentorship, orientation, graduation, and personal development programs. Responsibilities may include program development, soliciting student involvement, facilitating group discussions, arranging speakers and performers, talking students through outcomes and decision-making, room-booking, budgeting, and facilitating student, faculty, and community partnerships.
Leadership Development (20%)
  • Conducts leadership development trainings for student leaders, mentors, and committee participants, using a social justice lens.
  • Develops, implements, and evaluates strategies for creating more collaborative, intersectional, and coherent processes for OPAL programs and events.
  • Trains, supervises, and evaluates undergraduate student staff, where needed....
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Posted 3.20.21:  Assistant Professor, Elementary/Early Childhood English Language Arts, Wheaton College (MA)

The Education Department of Wheaton College (MA) invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship to begin in the Fall of 2021. We seek a dynamic teacher/scholar with a focus on elementary or early-childhood English language arts (ELA) education and a dedication to the preparation of undergraduate students who pursue both an education licensure major and a liberal arts major. Applicants with backgrounds in culturally-responsive instruction, multilingual learning, and/or special education are especially encouraged. 

Core teaching responsibilities include an elementary/early-childhood ELA methods course, a student-teaching seminar, practicum supervision, and a course in an area of interest. As co-coordinator of Wheaton’s elementary and early-childhood education programs, this faculty member will work with colleagues to advise licensure candidates, maintain relationships with district partners, and cultivate opportunities for fieldwork.

... Minimum qualifications for position consist of a doctorate in education or related field (by August of 2021), at least three years of PreK–grade 6 teaching experience, ability to supervise student-teachers, and demonstrated potential for research and scholarly activity....

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Posted 3.20.21: Field Director, Master of Social Work program, Eastern Kentucky University
 

Eastern Kentucky University's Master of Social Work (MSW) program's MSW program trains students to draw from an interdisciplinary perspective for transformative partnerships that advance the social welfare of diverse clients and constituencies. MSW students simultaneously enroll in an interdisciplinary university certificate program in social advocacy and justice, child and family services, addictions intervention, mental health care, or leadership and management.

A sound field placement allows our students to apply “integrative” advanced social work practice as it relates to their certificate program. EKU is recruiting highly qualified candidates for a tenure-track MSW Field Director position (posting number F00231P) with a negotiable start date. This position is a 10-month position with a summer contract. Remote candidates are invited to apply. We are also accepting nominations for this position. Please contact ann.callahan@eku.edu or Prof. Stephanie Adams-Saulnier at stephanie.adams@eku.edu for more information.

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Posted 3.17.21:  Chief Diversity Officer, University of Florida

Find complete information on this position here:  
 https://hr.ufl.edu/manager-resources/recruitment-staffing/talent-search/chief-diversity-officer/.
 

Posted 3.17.21:  Mathematics Teacher, The Archer School for Girls (CA)
 

The Archer School for Girls is seeking a skilled and experienced Mathematics teacher starting in August 2021. The position involves teaching Upper School mathematics classes using student-centered methodologies. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to teaching 4-5 classes, serving as an advisor, and participating in co-curricular school activities. A desire to collaborate with colleagues and a commitment to encouraging the potential in every student is essential....

 Our Ideal Candidate: 
• Holds a degree in mathematics or a math related field 
• Has taught at least 3 years at the secondary level 
• Works to effectively differentiate for diverse learners ...

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Posted 3.10.21:  Manager of School Safety & Security, 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, seeks candidates to fill a Manager of School Safety and Security position. 

The Manager of School Safety and Security will oversee the District's Comprehensive Safety Plan to address schools' emergency preparedness, safety and security, and facilitate training, exercises, reporting, and development opportunities for District employees and other identified stakeholders. Education and Experience 

  • • A combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in emergency services administration, communications, business, public administration or related discipline required. 
  • • Bachelor’s degree or above in similar fields preferred. 
  • • Education experience (K-12, post-secondary, etc.) preferred. 
  • • Three years of administrative or management experience in emergency preparedness, EMS Agency, emergency management, public safety, or public health. 
  • • Familiarity with NFPA 1600: Standard on Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity/Continuity of Operations Programs...
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Posted 3.9.21:  Dean of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, Juniata College (PA)

Juniata College (Juniata.edu) is pleased to welcome applications for the role of Dean of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (Dean of EDI). Reporting to the Executive Director of Human Resources 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 3.9.21: Digital Facilitator, World Learning

World Learning is looking for Digital Facilitators to play a vital role in the implementation of summer 2021 virtual exchange programs, including The Experiment Digital: Youth Leadership & Community Service and other virtual youth programs such as the Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP). During the programs, young people will learn about leadership, civic engagement, and mutual understanding and gain tangible skills to implement a post program project in their communities. 

The Experiment Digital: Youth Leadership & Community Service will connect high school participants ages 14-18 from the Middle East, North Africa, and the United States. 

The IYLEP High school programs will connect high school participants ages 14-18 in Iraq and the United States (the IYLEP Arabic program conducted entirely in Arabic), and the IYLEP undergraduate program will connect participants aged 18-22 in Iraq and the United States. Virtual IYLEP programs will have a similar structure to The Experiment Digital, including dates of employment, but the structure and facilitator responsibilities are subject to change. ...

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Posted 3.9.21: Multiple Open Positions, DREAM Charter Schools NY)

Originally founded in 1991 as Harlem RBI, DREAM has grown to annually serve more than 2,500 youth across East Harlem and the South Bronx through a network of six PreK-12, extended-day, extended-year DREAM Charter Schools and community sports-based youth development programs. Through our commitment to rigorous academics, social-emotional learning, deep family and community engagement, and health and wellness, we create lifelong learners who are equipped to fulfill their vision of success in and out of the classroom. We dream big, as well, with an aggressive five-year plan to expand to serve 3,500 students across seven schools—growing our organization's impact and leveling the playing field for all children. To learn more, visit wearedream.org....

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• Founding Middle School Math Teacher
• Founding Middle School ELA Teacher
• Founding Middle School Academic Dean
• Founding Middle School Social Studies Teacher
• Elementary School Teacher- East Harlem
• Founding Middle School Academic Dean - Mott Haven Middle School
 

Posted 3.5.21: Associate Dean of Nursing, State University of New York–Broome Community College

SUNY Broome Community College (http://www1.sunybroome.edu/) is accepting applications and nominations for an Associate Dean for Nursing. Reporting to the Associate Vice President and Dean (AVP/Dean) of Health Sciences, the Associate Dean for Nursing is the primary liaison to local health care agencies and is responsible for developing and implementing a strategic vision for the program with approval from College Administration. The Associate Dean will provide independent assistance with program planning, evaluation and administration in the division; recruitment of students; maintenance of all appropriate records; and direct the work of the Nursing Chairperson, Nursing Clinical Coordinator, Lab staff and program Secretary to attain program outcomes....

REQUIREMENTS: 
  • Master’s Degree in Nursing required. Doctorate in Nursing or closely related field preferred.
  • At least three (3) years’ experience in higher education required. Ideal candidate will possess a combination of both teaching and academic management. One (1) year of appropriate leadership is required....
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Posted 3.1.21:  Assistant Professor, Software Engineering,  Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences (5509BR), Rochester Institute for Technology (NY)

The department has one opening for Assistant Professor in Data Science starting August 2021. 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). RIT is committed to being a student-centered research university. As part of that commitment, Assistant Professors will be expected to teach two courses per year through year five, with tenure review in year six after which teaching load will be adjusted according to the intensity of the research load.

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Posted 3.1.21:  Assistant Professor of Education, Northwest Missouri State University

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

AREAS OF NEED: The School of Education is seeking a reflective educator with a strong background in Educational Leadership/Curriculum and Instruction, Educator Preparation, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • Educational Leadership and/or Curriculum and Instruction (priority-must have appropriate credentialing and degree attainment)
In addition to Educational Leadership/Curriculum and Instruction, experience and credentialing in related to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is ideal....

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Posted 3.1.21:  Multiple Openings, DREAM Charter Schools, East Harlem & South Bronx (NY) 

Originally founded in 1991 as Harlem RBI, DREAM has grown to annually serve more than 2,500 youth across East Harlem and the South Bronx through a network of six PreK-12, extended-day, extended-year DREAM Charter Schools and community sports-based youth development programs. Through our commitment to rigorous academics, social-emotional learning, deep family and community engagement, and health and wellness, we create lifelong learners who are equipped to fulfill their vision of success in and out of the classroom. We dream big, as well, with an aggressive five-year plan to expand to serve 3,500 students across seven schools—growing our organization's impact and leveling the playing field for all children. To learn more,visit wwww.wearedream.org. ...

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• Lower Elementary, Special Education Teacher

• Elementary ICT Teacher–East Harlem
• Elementary ICT Teacher–South Bronx
 

Posted 2.23.21:  Chief of Schools & Deputy Chief of Schools, Chicago Public Schools (IL)

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• Chief of Schools

...  District-run CPS schools are organized into 17 networks and are provided administrative support, strategic direction, and leadership development by the Office of Network Support (ONS). By eliminating a one-size-fits-all network support model, schools benefit by having support that focuses exclusively on their needs. CPS principals have access to their Network Chief as a resource and a liaison between their schools and district administration. 

ONS is looking for a Chief of Schools to serve as the chief executive for Network 8, a network of 18 elementary schools serving 10,000+ students in the Southwest area of the city. This position reports to the Deputy Chief of Elementary Schools. With school principals serving as critical agents in accomplishing the district’s vision, the Chief’s most important role is supporting, developing, coaching, and supervising principals’ instructional leadership. 

The Chief of Schools works in collaboration with local school councils and CPS departments to identify, prepare, place and retain great principals in network schools; create a climate of professional collaboration by establishing structures that foster shared learning and resource exchange across networks and schools; and implement a strategic plan to anchor the work of the network in improving student achievement. Chiefs also leverage network and district resources strategically to effectively support students and schools. 

Type of Education Required: 

  • Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university 
  • Master’s degree in Education or related field 

Type of Experience Required: 

  • Minimum of four (4) complete school years of experience as an elementary school principal or three (3) complete school years as an elementary school principal and one (1) year of experience in a district administration role; urban education experience preferred 
  • Minimum of three (3) years of experience coaching and mentoring educators 
  • Minimum of five (5) years of experience managing within a complex educational organization 
  • Principal supervisor experience preferred.... 

• Deputy Chief of Schools

... The Deputy Chief of Schools of Chicago Public Schools will support the Network Chief of Schools in overseeing principals who are directly responsible for leveraging high quality teaching in every classroom. 

 The Deputy Chief of Schools will be held accountable for the following responsibilities: 

  • Manage the transformation of schools and network support staff resulting in a dramatic increase in student achievement; 
  • Partner with Chief of Schools to identify, recruit and a strong pool of highly skilled principal candidates that are committed to a standard of excellence and can bring results; 
  • In collaboration with the Chief of Schools, assess principal leadership capacity and develop, and support execution of individualized Leadership Development Plans (“LDPs”), which include providing weekly coaching support and conducting regular formal and informal evaluations to support the achievement of their performance scorecards and goals of the LDP; 
  • Manage and develop Instructional Support Leaders (ISL); allocate ISL resources; 
  • Design and deliver Network-wide principal and assistant principal PD planning and development focused on building and sustaining instructional leadership capacity...

Education Required:
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree in Education preferred 

Certification:
Valid Type 75 administrative certificate issued by the Illinois State Board of Education (or out-of-state equivalent) 

Type of Experience and Number of Years: 

  • A minimum of three (3) years of experience teaching Pre K - 12; experience in an urban setting preferred 
  • A minimum of four (4) complete school years of experience as a school principal or at least three (3) complete school years and at least one (1) year of experience in a district administration role; experience in an urban setting preferred 
  • A minimum of three (3) years of experience coaching and mentoring educators preferred ...
 
Posted 2.23.21:  Lower School Classroom Teacher, Junior Kindergarten to Fifth Grade, Savannah Country Day School (GA)

Full-Time, Starting Date: August 2021 

Position Overview:
Lower School teachers are responsible for supporting and teaching their homeroom students (Junior Kindergarten - 5th Grade). The successful candidate will have experience in working in an early childhood environment and an understanding of the social/emotional development of the youngest learners within our school. Lower School teachers work closely with their grade level colleagues to build upon our current program and plan curriculum aligned to our standards and benchmarks. 

Qualifications 
Bachelor’s Degree in Education 
State Teaching Certification in Elementary Education 

Preferred Skills and Experience 
Lower School teaching experience 
An understanding of developmentally appropriate curriculum and instructional practices within an early childhood and elementary school context 
Ability to plan instruction and assess learning outcomes 
Strong classroom management skills, appropriate for early childhood ...

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Posted 2.20.21:   Dean of Inclusive Teaching and Learning, Deerfield Academy (MA)

Chartered in 1797, Deerfield Academy is an independent secondary school that is home to 648 students in grades 9-12. Located in Western Massachusetts, Deerfield is committed to high standards of scholarship, citizenship, and personal responsibility....

... Reporting to the Assistant Head of School for Academic Affairs, the Dean of Inclusive Teaching and Learning will cooperatively and strategically advance Deerfield’s inclusion efforts by evaluating the student-curriculum for inclusivity and developing and implementing a staff and faculty professional development curriculum to support inclusion in the classroom and beyond. As a member of Deerfield’s leadership team, this Dean will influence the strategic direction of the school for years to come.
 
The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated track record of building successful partnerships with faculty, students and staff; creating inclusive learning environments; and developing inclusivity curricula for a range of academic constituencies. Although not required, familiarity with or experience in a boarding school environment as a student and/or faculty and staff member would be a plus....

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Posted 2.18.21:  Academic Unit Head, Department of Health Sciences, James Madison University (VA)
 
James Madison University (JMU) invites applications for the position of Academic Unit Head for the Department of Health Sciences in the College of Health and Behavioral Studies (CHBS). We seek a visionary leader whose experience emphasizes a commitment to undergraduate education, support of undergraduate students, and collaboration with the faculty/staff who work with these students.
 
The position is a 12-month, tenure-track faculty appointment at the Associate/Full Professor rank with consideration of tenure upon appointment. The Academic Unit Head reports to the Dean of the Colleg e of Health and Behavioral Studies, in which Health Sciences is one of eight academic units in the College. The desired starting date is July 1, 2021.
 
The College of Heath and Behavioral Studies (CHBS) is working to identify and dismantle oppressive racist and discriminatory policies, practices, and processes while advancing inclusive excellence and promoting a CHBS culture in which every member can flourish. We are especially interested in qualified candidates with a demonstrated commitment towards building equitable and inclusive environments. Consider joining us in achieving our goal of continuing to grow as a diverse college that embodies an atmosphere of belonging....

The Department of Health Sciences is a thriving academic unit with 22 full-time faculty members, 1600 undergraduate majors and significant contributions to general education. Faculty in Health Sciences fulfill their academic roles through excellence in teaching, scholarship and service. The B.S. in Health Sciences degree is designed for students interested in understanding the social determinants of health, health equity issues, strategies for promoting wellness, and the scientific basis and methodologies for analysis of health concerns....

Qualifications: 
  • Demonstrate an integrated record of teaching, scholarship and service, including service to the discipline and/or professional associations; and
  •     Earned doctorate appropriate to the position (e.g., PhD, EdD, DrPH)...
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Posted 2.18.21: Two Open Teaching Positions, Tenacre School (MA)

At Tenacre, students and staff make a commitment to each other to work hard, to find joy, and to be kind. We strive to nurture and challenge each child, every day, and we endeavor to be a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and just school where all members of the community are celebrated. Through small, flexible groupings, we get to know each child’s strengths and growing edges, and we design lessons and activities
across the curriculum to support positive learning outcomes.... Please visit our website at https://www.tenacrecds.org

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• First Grade Teacher 
Qualifications:
Knowledge and expertise teaching at the early elementary level, preferably in first grade
Experience teaching math, reading, writing, and social studies
Strong written and oral communication skills
Responsibilities:
Prepare differentiated instruction to teach students with diverse learning needs
Engage in inclusive instruction that welcomes diverse identities and backgrounds to the learning environment
Manage social and emotional development of first grade students guided by a Responsive Classroom model
Teach Writers’ Workshop, reading, spelling, math, and social studies to first grade students in whole groups and in small groups...

• Library Media Specialist
Qualifications:
• M.S. in library science from an ALA-accredited university program, or equivalent experience
Experience teaching in an elementary school setting
The Library Media Specialist empowers students to be enthusiastic readers, critical thinkers, skillful researchers, and ethical users of information. The specialist works to instill an appreciation of literature and ensures equitable access to information and circulation of materials.
Responsibilities:
Teach library classes to students in grades PK-6, including literature appreciation and research skills
Maintain library collection, which includes ordering and maintaining the physical and virtual library spaces...
 

Posted 2.17.21:  Director of Cultural Competency & Inclusion, Savannah Country Day School (GA)


... The Savannah Country Day School seeks to prepare students of academic and personal promise to meet with confidence, imagination, and integrity the challenges of college and of life. In partnership with supportive families, we strive to cultivate in each student the desire and the discipline to grow in wisdom, to lead lives of personal honor, to appreciate beauty, to pursue physical well-being, and to serve others with a generous, compassionate spirit.... 

The Director of Cultural Competency and Inclusion will be responsible for overseeing the School’s cultural competency programming and curricula for faculty, staff, and students, and leading the School’s efforts to foster an inclusive school culture in which every student feels valued and supported. S/he will report to the Head of School and sit on the senior administrative team. S/he will lead a team that includes cultural competency and inclusion coordinators in each division....

Desired Qualities 
The successful candidate will have the following qualities: 
A bachelor’s degree (advanced degree preferred). 
A strong knowledge and understanding of all issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. 
Strong communication skills, including the ability to listen. 
Strong organizational skills. 
A keen understanding of the dynamics of a large traditional K through 12 coeducational independent day school in a city like Savannah....

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Posted 2.16.21:  Two Open Positions, Education First

Education First is a mission-driven education policy consultancy dedicated to ensuring that all students - and particularly students in poverty and students of color - are prepared for success in college, career and life. We work with organizations that are shaping the future of P-16 education across the nation, including school networks and districts, state departments of education, policy and advocacy organizations, youth empowerment organizations, talent organizations and funders. We help these leaders:
  • Develop powerful strategies and policies by supporting nonprofit strategic planning, policy analysis & development, and educator & stakeholder engagement
  • Build collaborative networks by leading communities of practice, working groups and convenings
  • Design and implement effective programs by supporting research & evaluation, program design, and implementation efforts
We are a team of more than 50 former teachers, district and state education leaders, policy advisors, and grantmakers in over 20 different states. Because of our experience, we approach the challenges our clients face with humility, realistic solutions and a commitment to follow-through. We also know that achieving our vision means asking tough questions about structural racism and more deliberately engaging diverse voices in problem-solving. Our Race, Inclusion, Diversity and Equity (RIDE) strategy details our commitment to building staff, organizational and client capacity to lead on issues of equity.

Our culture is built on genuine care for our clients and each other. We celebrate original thinking, collaboration, entrepreneurialism, authenticity and fun. ... 

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• Consultant
... Education First is seeking a Consultant to join the Effective Organizations and Investments team, one of three teams aligned to our Focus Areas, to bring their unique perspectives and skills that will add to our culture as we grow. Consultants direct the overall work of client engagements, managing project teams and client relationships and ensuring on-time, high-quality deliverables.

The primary responsibilities of the Consultant are:
            
Project Management

  • Develop and execute on project work plans according to client needs and budget constraints
  • Adapt project plans to reflect changes in project requirements while adhering to the budget and meeting client goals and deadline
Team and Client Relationships
  • Build and manage inclusive project teams that support members in experiencing positive professional growth
  • Develop relationships with high-profile clients in the education field and support district, organizational and state teams that may include CEOs, foundation grantee leaders, chief state school officers, district superintendents and other stakeholder group leaders as well as key implementation leads and educators...
• Associate
Associates lead research efforts and manage select workstreams on projects to deliver outstanding work to our clients. New Associates will be invited to join one of our three operational teams aligned to our Focus Areas - Engaged Students, Outstanding Educators or Effective Organizations & Investments. Associates are mentored and supported by a Consultant or Senior Consultant on each team. The primary responsibilities of an Associate are:

Research, Analysis & Deliverable Development

  • Develop research work plans, serve as lead on project teams, and ensure client deliverables meet basic research standards
  • Gather, organize and synthesize data from multiple sources in order to generate ideas and guidance, to narrative and share fact-based, 
  • Develop protocols, administer surveys, facilitate interviews and focus groups
  • Develop and then collaborate with project managers to finalize “client-ready” PowerPoint presentations, policy memos, briefs, reports, strategy documents and other products drawing from documentation and research work...


Posted 2.15.21: History Teacher, Long-term Substitute, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

The Archer School for Girls is seeking a skilled and experienced Upper School History teacher for a long-term maternity substitute position from mid-March to June and then from August to December 2021.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, teaching 3 classes, serving as an advisor, and participating in co-curricular school activities. A desire to collaborate with colleagues and a commitment to encouraging the potential in every student is essential. Proficiency with technology is a must....

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Posted 2.15.21:  Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Access Director, Sacred Heart Schools (CA)

... The role of the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Access (DEIA) Director at Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton (SHS) is an exceptional opportunity to expand your career as a respected staff member of one of the Bay Area’s premier independent Catholic schools.  This full-time position enjoys a year-round schedule of duties effective immediately.
 
Essential Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Direct the School’s Strategic Planning Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access Initiative in collaboration with the Goal IV Steering Committee and the Racial Justice Task Force. Plan and manage the implementation of the strategy. Serve as a resource for the Board of Trustees and participate in Strategic Planning programs for BOT education.
  • Ensure sustained school-wide roll out of the DEIA strategy. Serve on the Office of Mission, Culture and Strategy Team and partner with teammates to evaluate, implement and expand department programs. Partner with Principals to ensure DEIA becomes a strategic focus of curriculum development and teacher development....
Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton believes that each individual is entitled to equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, age, disability, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, genetic information, citizenship, veteran status, or any other class protected under federal, state or local laws.
 
As a faith-based institution, we reserve the right to use religion as a criterion in hiring decisions, as permitted by law, as it relates to performing essential job duties.

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Posted 2.11.21:  Multiple Faculty Diversity Fellow, Childhood/Early Childhood, State University of New York–Cortland

SUNY Cortland is an engaged learning community that is committed to promoting a diversity
of thought and experience. We believe that an equitable, inclusive and diverse campus and
curriculum are critical to our educational mission.

To promote and support our inclusive community, SUNY Cortland is proud to announce the
continuation of the SU-Teach a reduced load of 12 credits per year (6 credits per semester) for the duration of the
two-year program. Included as part of the teaching load will be the opportunity to teach at
least one course a year which addresses equity and inclusion as part of its content....

Major Responsibilities:
- Support the infusion of topics related to equity and inclusion in the departmental and/or
college-wide curriculum. Participate in mentoring process with assigned mentor to support
professional development.
- Participate in a professional learning community designed specifically to further growth and
ensure success in the areas of teaching, scholarship and service.
- Participate in the SUNY Diversity Conference each year of the fellowship.
NY Cortland Diversity Fellows Program. The aim of this program is to
attract diverse faculty of promise to our campus. We intend to hire up to five (5) fellows each
year in a cluster format who demonstrate a diversity of thought and experience in both their
personal and scholarly pursuits....

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Posted 2.10.21:  Two Open Teaching Positions, Milton Academy (MA)

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

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•  Boarding School Teaching Residency — Math
Milton Academy seeks a teaching fellow with a concentration in math to participate in the Boarding Schools Residency Program, starting on campus in late August 2021 and at the University of Pennslyvania in June 2021. Interested candidates should bring a strong commitment to working in a diverse community of students in grades 9-12....

•  Boarding School Teaching Residency — English
Milton Academy seeks a teaching fellow with a concentration in English to participate in the Boarding Schools Residency Program, starting on campus in late August 2021 and at the University of Pennsylvania in June 2021.  Interested candidates should bring a strong commitment to working in a diverse community of students in grades 9-12....



Posted 2.9.21:  Two Open Positions for Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor, Educational Leadership & Management, Drexel University (PA)

The School of Education at Drexel University invites applications for two 12-month, full-time, non-tenure-
track Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor positions within the EdD in Educational Leadership
and Management Program that begin July 1, 2021. The positions are unique in that the successful
candidates will primarily support the EdD Program through supervision of dissertation research with
limited teaching assignments. We are seeking applicants with a strong commitment to and
demonstrated expertise and experience in equity and social justice in leadership in educational
environments. These educational environments can include a wide range of spaces from PK-20
classrooms, corporate trainings, and virtual spaces. The successful candidate will join one of two
departments with the School of Education - the Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Department or the
Policy, Organizations, and Leadership Department. The Drexel School of Education faculty are an
exceptionally collaborative group who promote and demonstrate a high tech, high touch approach with
students....

Qualifications:
The successful candidates must possess the following qualifications:
• An earned doctorate in one of the following areas: Educational Leadership and Management,
Higher Education, K-12 Administration, Education Policy, Human Resource Development, or a
related field.
• Demonstrated experience in successfully supervising dissertations or theses of developing
scholar-practitioners whose research is focused on a problem of practice.
• Demonstrated commitment to and expertise and experience in equity and social justice in
leadership in educational environments....

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Posted 2.5.21:  Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership, Eriksson College of Education at Austin Peay State University (TN)
 

The Eriksson College of Education at Austin Peay State University (APSU) is seeking qualified candidates to teach in our graduate programs in Educational Leadership (M.A.Ed., Ed.S., Ed.D.). Responsibilities include student advising, chairing/serving on doctoral committees, advising/chairing dissertation committees, graduate teaching, professional service, and scholarship. We are particularly interested in candidates who have expertise in leadership theory and practice, organizational analysis, research inquiry and evaluation, and/or analysis of educational policy. Public school and/or higher education administrative experience is preferred....

Primary Duties:
- Contribute to program development, ongoing assessment and program improvement;
- Teach graduate courses in leadership theory and practice, organizational analysis, research inquiry and evaluation, and/or analysis of educational policy;
- Maintain evidence of an active research and publishing scholarship agenda;
- Advise doctoral candidates and supervise doctoral dissertation committees;
- Recruit/mentor doctoral students; Participate in ongoing program assessment, college, university initiatives and community partnerships...

Minimum Requirements:
- Earned doctorate (Ed.D./Ph.D.) in educational leadership or a related field, from an accredited university;
- ABD will be accepted if all requirements are met by date of hire.
- Demonstrated ability or potential of an active program of scholarly research;
- Demonstrated ability or potential for excellence in graduate instruction...

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Posted 2.5.21:  Dean of Programs, East Harlem Middle School, DREAM Charter Schools (NY)

Originally founded in 1991 as Harlem RBI, DREAM has grown to annually serve more than 2,500 youth across East Harlem and the South Bronx through a network of six PreK-12, extended-day, extended-year DREAM Charter Schools and community sports-based youth development programs....We dream big, as well, with an aggressive five-year plan to expand to serve 3,500 students across seven schools—growing our organization's impact and leveling the playing field for all children. To learn more, visit wearedream.org.

QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor's Degree in Education, Social Work, Youth Development or related field required; advanced degree in an education field, preferred;
  • At least five years of experience working with and engaging youth, families and teachers in an academic environment; experience working with middle school students specifically is a plus;
  • At least 2 years experience managing staff (formally or indirectly), and/or programs...
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Posted 2.8–3.1.21:  Multiple Administrative & Teaching Positions, DREAM Charter Schools––Mott Haven Elementary & Middle Schools (NY)

Originally founded in 1991 as Harlem RBI, DREAM has grown to annually serve more than 2,500 youth across East Harlem and the South Bronx through a network of six PreK-12, extended-day, extended-year DREAM Charter Schools and community sports-based youth development programs....

• Elementary School Assistant Dean of Culture
• Founding Elementary Teacher
• Elementary Academic Dean
• Founding Second Grade Teacher
• Kindergarten Teacher
• First Grade Teacher
• Elementary Specials Teacher
• K-2 Teacher

• Middle School ELA Teacher
• Middle School Science Teacher

• Middle School Learning Specialist
• Elementary & Middle Dean of Programs
• Middle School PE Teacher
• Middle School Social Studies Teacher
• Operations Coordinator
• Middle School Operations Specialist

 

Posted 2.5.21:  Multiple Teaching Positions, DREAM Charter Schools (NY)

Originally founded in 1991 as Harlem RBI, DREAM has grown to annually serve more than 2,500 youth across East Harlem and the South Bronx through a network of six PreK-12, extended-day, extended-year DREAM Charter Schools and community sports-based youth development programs....We dream big, as well, with an aggressive five-year plan to expand to serve 3,500 students across seven schools—growing our organization's impact and leveling the playing field for all children. To learn more, visit wearedream.org....

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• Second Grade Teacher
• Lower Elementary Teacher
• Founding English Language Learner/English As New Language Teacher --K-2 and 6th grade
• Middle School Math Teacher

• Middle School English Language Arts
• English Language Learner Teacher--K-2 and 6th grade


Posted 2.4.21:   Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Marin County Day School (CA)

The school seeks a dynamic, collaborative, and inspiring educational leader to serve as its Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion starting July 2021. The successful candidate will be an experienced educational leader devoted to the school’s mission and programs. The Director works with the administration, faculty, and students to ensure that diversity, equity, and inclusion are integrated throughout the school’s curriculum, structures, policies, and practices. Working closely with the senior leadership team, the Director will partner across all levels of the school to develop, implement, and track progress on ongoing strategic and tactical initiatives that help dismantle inequities and enhance MCDS’ inclusive environment.

DESIRED QUALITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
• An ability to embrace hopes, ambiguity, and opportunities and to work collaboratively with others to shape and define the role.
• An entrepreneurial ability to identify needs, take initiative, and engage partners in strategic change.
• Knowledge of best practices in equity and inclusion work and demonstrated experience in presenting and leading such work with community members whose understanding and journeys span a wide range.
• Demonstrated experience in developing equity and inclusion strategy and effecting significant change.
• Ability to co-create, articulate, and move toward a bold vision while thoughtfully pacing change and engaging a wide range of stakeholders collaboratively and empathetically....

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Posted 2.4.21: Multiple Open Positions, Bertschi School (WA)

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... Our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement
Bertschi School values diversity and believes engaging our differences makes us better and stronger. We welcome and honor the unique contributions of people from all racial, ethnic, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds, gender identities, learning styles, physical abilities, and sexual orientations. Our commitment to equity drives us to be inclusive and diverse in all areas of our school

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

• Assistant Head of School:
... The Assistant Head of School promotes the culture of teaching and learning and the commitment to academic excellence at Bertschi School. They ensure that the academic goals and objectives set forth in the school’s strategic plan are met. The Assistant Head of School supervises all aspects of the academic program, including curriculum, instruction, assessment, and teacher evaluation. The Assistant Head of
School reports directly to the Head of School, and serves as an active member of the school’s Leadership Team....

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

• Learning Specialist
... The Learning Specialist is responsible for providing individual tutoring and small group instruction for K-5 students with diverse learning needs in reading, writing, math, and study skills as part of the Learning Services department. The Learning Specialist also assists the Director of Learning Services with classroom assessments, individual diagnostic screenings, and classroom instruction as needed. Option for additional summer tutoring may also be available....

• Technology Support Specialist
...The primary role of the Technology Support Specialist is to provide technical support for faculty, administrative staff, and students. The Technology Support Specialist maintains classroom hardware and software, provides user access to network services, and provides technology-related administrative assistance. End-user support is a vital role in the function of the school and involves many areas of responsibility. The Technology Support Specialist reports directly to the Director of Technology....

• Executive Assistant:
... The Executive Assistant is responsible for the overall support of the Head of School. The Executive Assistant should be interested in the field of education and must embrace the culture of an elementary school. The Executive Assistant reports directly to the Head of School and with the Head’s approval works on projects for the school’s administrative Leadership Team....
 
Posted 2.3.21:  Multiple Teaching Positions, Wheaton Academy (IL)

Wheaton Academy, a private Christian high school in the western suburbs of Chicago, is accepting applications for a full-time math teacher for the 2021-2022 school year.  Wheaton Academy has 650 students, 25% of which are from ethnically diverse backgrounds.  The school is committed to a culturally diverse faculty and student body.
 
The Wheaton Academy teacher is part of a dynamic team who are seeking to nurture growth in high school students through relationships, excellence, and service to the glory of God.  He or she accomplishes this goal by integrating biblical values and helping challenge students to meet high educational standards in the classroom, using innovative curriculum that is centered on a caring student/teacher relationship. 
 
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor's degree (B.A.) or (B.S.) from four-year college or university and a valid Illinois teaching license or ACSI Teacher Certification.  Master’s degree may be preferred but not required. Consideration may be given for highly qualified individuals who are in pursuit of credentials stated above....

• Math Teacher
• English Teacher
 Bible Teacher
Upper School Physics Teacher

 

Posted 2.2.21:  Assistant Professor–Tenure-Track, Masters of Social Work, Graduate School of Education, Fairfield University (CT)

The Department of Family Therapy and Social Work in the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions invites applications for a Tenure Track, Assistant Professor position in the Master of Social Work, Clinical Specialist program beginning Fall 2021. We are seeking candidates with a demonstrated commitment to the profession and practice of clinical social work. 

The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to teaching, research and diversity, equity and inclusion. Applicants must show evidence of an active research/scholarship agenda on anti-racism within the US context, including interpersonal and structural racism, bias, and/or health/mental health inequities. The candidate must demonstrate potential for or evidence of excellence in teaching. The candidate should evidence experience in engagement with under-served populations and demonstrate a commitment to the School’s mission of advancing human rights and social justice. The MSW program is currently in candidacy with CSWE with the following mission and vision....

The successful candidate will: 

  • Hold a doctoral degree in Social Work from a CSWE accredited program before this appointment begins on
    September 1, 2021. ABD candidates with be considered with a scheduled Spring 2021 defense date. 
  • Demonstrate research, scholarship and practice experience with people of color. 
  • Be eligible for licensure as an LCSW in the state of Connecticut. 
  • Demonstrated capacity to teach across the Social Work curriculum and populations including children, adolescents and families, social policy, and clinical practice and supervision. 
  • Demonstrated use of theories that inform the applicant’s research and teaching, such as but not limited to, theories of anti-racism, intersectional theories, theories of oppression, or critical race theory....

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Posted 1.30.21:  Head of Middle School, Castilleja School (CA)
 
Castilleja School invites nominations and applications for an experienced and dynamic educational leader to serve as Head of Middle School beginning July 2021. Reporting to the Head of School, the Head of Middle School is the lead educator and advocate for the Middle School and its students. The Middle School Head is a leader who oversees all  academic and social programs for students in grades six through eight, serves on a collaborative senior leadership team, inspires strategic focus on academic excellence in learning and teaching, and, promotes equity and inclusion as guiding principles in the curriculum and community....

Reporting to and partnering with the Head of School, the Head of Middle School supports curriculum development and co-curricular programming and promotes pedagogy that fosters 21st-century knowledge and skills. The Head of Middle School oversees academic progress and student life in the division. They collaborate with the Upper School Head, Department Heads, Academic Dean, and Program Directors to evaluate and implement curriculum, and with the Dean of Faculty to hire, mentor, and evaluate faculty. The Head of Middle School works closely with the newly appointed Assistant Head of School for Curriculum and Community, whose focus is the integration of the critical tenets of diversity, inclusion, equity, and interdisciplinary content, and collaboration, communication, and creativity....

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Posted 1.30.21: Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, The Peddie School (NJ)

In 1993, Annenberg gave $100 million to Peddie, which provided an endowed fund for financial aid, enabling students from every walk of life to receive a Peddie education.Long committed to enrolling a student body defined only by their shared excitement, curiosity, and character, Peddie seeks to make support for the diversity of our student and adult community a leading priority.   While each member of The Peddie School community is expected to further the goals of equity, diversity and inclusion, the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion oversees the school’s strategic initiatives in this area. 

The DEI Director serves as a critical resource, advisor, and organizer of support for students and all employees, providing for diversity training and opportunities for community discourse on institutional diversity, equity, and inclusion. Reporting to and partnering with the Head of School, the DEI Director will be a key member of the senior leadership team; who, like other senior leaders, reports at trustee meetings on progress and challenges in the assigned area of responsibility and engages with the board members to support and inform their work. ...
 
The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated track record in leading and directing diverse teams. A record of building successful partnerships with faculty, staff, and students. The Director must have strong and proactive communication skills, a collaborative leadership style and a growth mindset.  Advanced degree and teaching experience preferred.... For more information, please visit The Peddie School’s website at: www.peddie.org
 
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Posted 1.30.21:  Upper School Head, Waynflete School (ME)

Situated in Portland’s historic West End, the school’s campus houses a vibrant learning community for students in Early Childhood (age three) through Grade 12 that is committed to reflective engagement, authentic discourse, and genuine self-discovery...

Waynflete’s commitment to anti-racist teaching has become a key component of its mission to support the growth and self-expression of each of its community members. The entire school community—students, families, employees, alumni, and trustees—is actively engaged in both personal and institutional reflection and action steps focused on diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism. The school both provides and has an expectation of ongoing professional development related to becoming anti-racist educators....

Waynflete seeks a dynamic, inspired, and collaborative educational leader to serve as the next Upper School Director (Grades 9-12). The Upper School Director is responsible for creating a cohesive and supportive learning environment through comprehensive oversight of all curricular and non-curricular activities....

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Posted 1.30.21:  Director, Cambridge-Ellis School (MA)

The Director position at Cambridge-Ellis is a unique and compelling opportunity to lead a dynamic community of educators and families who are committed to providing an exceptional early learning experience for children. CES boasts a reputation for serving students through its innovative and inclusive programs, superb facilities, outstanding teachers, dedicated trustees, and a strong financial foundation. A warm, passionate, and skilled early-childhood education leader will be welcomed by dedicated and experienced educators and an engaged parent body.

The next Director must be well-prepared to lead a hands-on school community with diverse perspectives. CES has a long-term commitment to equity and inclusion in its program and community. The next Director will play a role in embracing this commitment and further enhance the school’s inclusive and anti-racist curriculum. CES’s ideal Director will be open to partnering with the development team to support the school’s robust annual fund campaign and share the vision and promise of the school’s future....

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Posted 1.30.21:  Director of Equity & Inclusion, Fay School (MA)

Fay School invites nominations and applications for the inaugural position of Director of Equity and Inclusion.
 
Reporting to the Head of School, the Director of Equity and Inclusion is a member of the Head’s Administrative Team and works closely with the Head of School and other senior administrators to advance the School’s strategic initiatives and principles related to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
 
Founded in 1866, Fay serves 475 students in Kindergarten through grade nine on a 66-acre campus in Southborough, Massachusetts, 25 miles west of Boston. Fay School was the first junior boarding school in the United States, and today 150 of Fay’s students are boarders in grades 7-9 who hail from 22 countries and from across the United States....

The Director of Equity and Inclusion provides strategic vision, collaborative leadership, and active oversight of Fay’s work to become an increasingly equitable and inclusive community. The Director is responsible for promoting cultural awareness, cultivating a sense of belonging, and ensuring equality of opportunity by guiding the development and implementation of programs, events, and activities for students, faculty, and parents that promote personal growth and strengthen Fay’s community. In collaboration with academic and administrative leaders across campus, and the Parents Association, the Director supports and facilitates constructive dialogue about identity, equity, and social responsibility, which enables students and adults in the Fay community to engage effectively across differences both on campus and beyond....

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Posted 1.28.21:  Vice President for University Development & Alumni Engagement, Buena Vista University (IA)

Buena Vista University (Storm Lake, IA) is accepting applications for the position of Vice President for University Development & Alumni Engagement (VPUDAE). Reporting to the new President, Dr. Brian Lenzmeier, the Vice President provides vision, strategic direction, and executive management of all development operations. The successful candidate will secure external support for Buena Vista University through campaigns, annual giving, major gifts, planned giving, and other programs and is tasked with inspiring staff and leading in a manner consistent with institutional goals and objectives. The VPUDAE builds relationships with a broad range of constituents including current and prospective benefactors, alumni, parents, businesses, and community leaders.
 
A Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of ten years of progressively responsible professional advancement experience is required. An advanced degree and higher education experience is desirable. The new VPUDAE should have an understanding of academic culture combined with a deep appreciation for the power and value of Buena Vista University’s mission, along with a willingness to support the University’s mission and strategic plan....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 
Posted 1.28.21:  Multiple Positions, Lecturers in Curriculum and Instruction: Learning and Organizational Change (Online; Non-Tenure-Track) Baylor University (TX)
 

Responsibilities:
... The Department of Curriculum and Instruction prepares educators through established undergraduate degrees with elementary, middle grades education and secondary education majors; master’s degrees, a PhD in Curriculum and Teaching, and an EdD in Learning and Organizational Change. We seek multiple lecturers to support the newly established Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Learning and Organizational Change in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. The requested faculty members will have a 4-4-4 teaching load in the trimester program and may serve as the lead instructor or section instructor for one or more of the courses in the program, prepare/revise materials for the asynchronous portion of the instructional program, lead the weekly synchronous sessions, support the training provided in the On-Campus Immersion experiences, advise and mentor students as they develop a Problem of Practice, review admission applications, and serve in other ways in support of the academic program....

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Posted 1.28.21:  Vice President for Academic Affairs, Caldwell University (NJ)

Caldwell University (www.Caldwell.edu) seeks an accomplished academic leader for the position of Vice President for Academic Affairs.  As the chief academic officer, the Vice President for Academic Affairs reports to the new President, serves on the president’s cabinet and holds administrative responsibility for all academic departments, academic programs, and academic support services of the University.  The new Vice President for Academic Affairs will assume office during the summer of 2021.  Please visit www.Hyatt-Fennell.com for an expanded profile of the position....

The incoming Vice President for Academic Affairs must hold an earned doctorate degree and possess significant experience in positions of increasing responsibility in academic administration as well as a record of accomplishment in teaching and scholarship sufficient to warrant faculty status. An understanding of the role of Catholic, mission driven institutions and knowledge and experience in Catholic higher education is preferred. Experience with launching innovative academic programs and services, and experience with innovative teaching, learning and programming modalities is also desired.
 
Believing that diversity contributes to academic excellence and to rich and rewarding communities, Caldwell University is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty, staff and student body. Candidates from historically underrepresented groups, whose work furthers our diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, and who bring to campus varied life experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds are especially encouraged to apply....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 
 


Posted 1.28.21:  Multiple Teaching Positions, Milton Academy (MA)

About our School:
Milton Academy is an independent college preparatory K–12 school, boarding and day in grades 9–12, located eight miles south of Boston.
Milton Academy cultivates in our students a passion for learning and a respect for others. Milton students grow by developing their own identities, learning from and listening to the lived experiences of others, and living and working among peers whose differences they accept with respect and care.

In our ongoing work to create the anti-racist environment at Milton—free from bias, injustice, and bigotry—that our values demand, we encourage each other to explore our own histories and identities, be open to learning from others, seek to understand the world around us with a critical lens, and strive to practice ways of interacting with one another that ensures all students and adults feel safe, supported, and able to express all aspects of their identities without judgment or hate....

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• Upper School Math Teacher:
... The ideal candidate will have a deep knowledge of mathematics and a joy in promoting its understanding. The department is actively engaged in the process of decolonizing mathematics education, building culturally responsive classrooms, and improving equity and access for a student body that is diverse in multiple and intersectional ways. Therefore, the ideal candidate will also demonstrate an eagerness to collaborate with colleagues in these initiatives and engage in ongoing professional growth in diversity, equity, inclusion and justice as well as mathematics and pedagogy....

• Upper School English Teacher:
...Milton Academy is seeking a full time Upper School (grades 9-12) English teacher to begin in September 2021. We seek candidates who demonstrate student-centered, innovative teaching practices, and a commitment to anti-racist values and pedagogy. The department teaches literature through close reading. In encountering and discussing literature, students develop cultural wisdom, empathy, and an eye towards truth and beauty on the page and in our world. The department’s approach to writing cultivates the control of and appreciation for language as a means of authentic self-expression. ...

• Middle School Math Teacher
...Milton Academy seeks a leave coverage for a grade seven math position in the Middle School for the spring 2021 semester. We are looking for teachers who are deeply committed to teaching and working with the middle school age group and have a passion for teaching math. In addition to outstanding teaching ability, we seek teachers who are inquisitive, self-directed, team-oriented, and dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion....

• Middle School Learning Specialist:
...The learning specialist will provide learning support to individual students; help teachers with instructional strategies for students with specific learning needs; and create accommodation plans for students with identified learning issues. In addition, the learning specialist will teach a weekly class to sixth- seventh- and eighth-grade students about cognitive development with specific focus on organization, time management, study skills, test preparation, test-taking strategies and other academic skills....

• Lower School Spanish Teacher:
... Milton Academy seeks a qualified educator to teach Spanish language and culture in our Lower School (K-5). We are looking for a teacher who is deeply committed to teaching kindergarten through fifth-grade students and possesses strong applied knowledge of elementary educational pedagogy. Native or near-native fluency in Spanish is required as is at least two years of experience teaching Spanish language at the elementary level. Knowledge of the world’s Spanish-speaking cultures is also required. The teacher in this role will also participate in the life of the school outside the classroom, faculty meetings, lunch and recess duties, and advising student activities....

• Lower School Temporary Learning Specialist
... Milton Academy seeks a Learning Specialist to join the Lower School Learning Resources Team. The Learning Specialist will support students in lower elementary grades, participate in standing meetings about literacy with teachers, assist in the administration and interpretation of assessments, attend child study meetings with the learning resources team, and collaborate with the ELA leadership team. The Learning Specialist will also engage with students as a part of school life and will attend to all administrative responsibilities of the position. We anticipate continuing this position through the 2021-2022 school year. ...



Posted 1.27.21:  Director of Interdisciplinary Education Studies, California Lutheran University

California Lutheran University invites applicants for a full-time, tenure track Director of
Interdisciplinary Education Studies (IES) (known around California as ‘Liberal Studies’)
beginning in the fall of 2021. Successful candidates will have an Ed.D or Ph.D. in the field of
Education, and a preferred minimum of 5 years of K-5 teaching experience and 3 years of
experience in program directorship. The successful candidate will also be committed to
teaching, research, and service at a liberal arts university that is a Hispanic Serving and McNair
institution. Strong preference will be given to candidates who have experience teaching/
directing in diverse communities and schools as well as a commitment to helping Cal Lutheran
students prepare to teach in diverse and underserved communities.

Cal Lutheran is a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) and McNair Institution, and we are looking
for candidates with a demonstrated commitment to success working in diverse, multicultural,
and multi-racial communities, particularly in mentoring African American, Latinx, and Native
American students. Cal Lutheran encourages applicants from all faiths, and advocates for
social justice and fairness for all people....

The Undergraduate Program Director of IES is responsible for the following:
        Teaching and program development

• Pursues effective engaging teaching and program development of IES courses and policies
• Works in collaboration with all interdisciplinary faculty and courses to maintain and develop
the IES program

Promotion and Recruitment

• Promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion in all things throughout the program, the university,
and the community
• Participates in School- and University-level marketing and recruitment planning
• Participates in the creation of general program-related messaging, copy-editing and decisions
concerning the creative design for program-related material
• Continuously ensures accuracy and efficacy of program website(s)
• Closely cooperates with the Division of Marketing and Enrollment Management
Student Affairs...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 



Posted 1.27.21:  Director of Equity & Community Engagement, The Brearley School (NY)

The Brearley School, an independent K-XII day school for girls in New York City known for its academic excellence, cross-divisional teaching and strong commitment to developing and sustaining a diverse, equitable and inclusive community, seeks a collaborative, compassionate, and experienced leader to become its Director of Equity and Community Engagement.
 
Position and Responsibilities
Reporting to the Head of School, the Director of Equity and Community Engagement serves as an essential leader in the School’s ongoing work to achieve its Diversity, Equity and Inclusion goals and its commitment to becoming an antiracist institution. 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 and staff, families and alumnae. The Director liaises with the Parents’ Association, the Alumnae Board, DEI consultants and partners to build a more inclusive, responsive culture and strengthen the School’s connections to its surrounding communities.
 
A strategic thought leader with strong implementation skills, the Director is an experienced community organizer who understands how to leverage institutional resources to successfully achieve mission-related goals with respect to equity, community engagement and antiracism.... 

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Posted 1.27.21:  Physical Therapy Director of Clinical Education, School of Health Sciences, Emory & Henry College (VA)

Physical Therapy Director of Clinical Education
The School of Health Sciences at Emory & Henry College is seeking candidates for a Director of Clinical Education (DCE) position at the rank of Clinical Assistant or Clinical Associate Professor (non-tenure-track position) for its CAPTE accredited Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program. This is a full-time, 12-month, clinical (non-tenure-track) appointment with a preferred start date between May 1 and July 1, 2021.

The DCE will be responsible for directing and managing all aspects of the DPT clinical education program. This position will also have the following responsibilities: didactic teaching and advising responsibilities in the DPT program, conducting research activities consistent with accreditation expectations, and mentoring student research and/or service-learning and interprofessional collaboration projects....

QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Earned doctorate degree (DPT or academic doctorate) from a regionally accredited college or university; preference will be given to individuals with an academic doctorate, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties certification, experience as a DCE or SCCE, and/or completion of the American Physical Therapy Association's (APTA) Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program;
  • A minimum of 3 years of experience in physical therapy clinical practice;
  • A minimum of 2 years in clinical education (e.g. DCE, SCCE, CI) or 2 years of experience in teaching, curriculum development and administration in a DPT program;
  • Licensed or eligible for PT licensure in the Commonwealth of Virginia...
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 1.23.21:  Future Faculty Career Exploration Program, September 22-25, 2021, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

A rigorous four-day program designed for African American, Latino American, and Native American (AALANA) scholars and artists to experience a “behind the scenes” glimpse into life as a faculty member at the Rochester Institute of Technology. You’ll spend time learning from and networking with RIT administration, faculty and students, practicing your interview skills and job-talk presentation – while exploring the research, teaching and service expectations of RIT faculty. 

This competitive, nation-wide search welcomes scholars from all disciplines offered at RIT. We encourage you to explore our colleges and departments to see how your research or artistic endeavors best fit into RIT. If chosen to participate, RIT will cover your transportation, lodging and meals for the duration of the program. 

HIghlights Include:
 • Attend networking receptions with RIT’s President, Provost, Deans, faculty, staff and students 
• Present your research or art to faculty, department chairs and Deans ...

For additional information visit:   rit.edu/diversity/ffcep 

Application deadline:  March 15 ...


For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 1.23.21:  K-12 Jobs in Teaching and Administration, NEMNET
 

NEMNET [www.nemnet.com], a national DIVERSITY and EDUCATIONAL recruitment firm, is currently seeking experienced Teachers and Administrators to fill positions at the K-12 public and private schools we work with nationwide.

All of our job placement service are FREE to job seekers.

We provide you:
• Access to over 1000 jobs online
• Customized and curated job opportunities that match your specific interests and desired requirements (including location, school type, position type, etc.)
• Diversity Career Fairs for Educators
• Career Coaching and Counseling. . and more!

POSITIONS INCLUDE:
• Teachers [ all subjects k-12 ] • Principals and Heads of School • Dean of Students • Diversity & Technology Coordinators • Admissions Directors • Admissions Counselors • Special Education • Guidance & College Counselors . . .and more!

For a List of our Member Public & Private Schools: https://www.nemnet.com/EmployerList.aspx

Minimum Requirements:
• For teachers: Bachelor’s degree by June 2021. Preferably in the subject or area you wish to teach
• For administrators: Master's preferred and previous experience
• Willingness to advise a student group or coach a sport is a plus

REGISTER TODAY! [2 ways] :
1] Send your resume to: Vanessa Elam at velam@nemnet.com
Qualified candidates will be contacted and required to complete a supplemental online application. It takes about 5 minutes.
OR
2] Register Online at: https://www.nemnet.com/JobSeekers.aspx

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 1.22.21:  Associate Director of Multicultural Recruitment & Admission, Deerfield Academy (MA)

Deerfield Academy seeks a dynamic and experienced Associate Director of Multicultural Recruitment & Admission to start on August 15, 2021. We seek applicants who care deeply about students, work collaboratively with their colleagues, and are sincerely committed to developing an inclusive community. As a private boarding school, Deerfield offers an outstanding working environment, rich benefits, and students who are motivated to learn. Reporting to the Senior Associate Director of Admission/Director of Multicultural Recruitment, and in collaboration with the team of admission officers, the Associate Director of Multicultural Recruitment will attract, recruit, and enroll each year’s cohort of students, with a primary emphasis on students of color, in service of the Academy’s mission.... 

 Job Responsibilities: 
Multicultural Recruitment 

  • Identify, cultivate, recruit, and enroll students of color through outreach, with primary responsibility for yielding admitted students of color. 
  • Initiate and maintain relationships with programs which identify talented students of color 
  • Attend events and functions to promote Deerfield to underrepresented candidates. 

Strategic Engagement 

  • Develop and maintain a nuanced understanding of the Academy’s curriculum, programs, and initiatives. 
  • Maintain industry knowledge and trends, including technology and data management skills. 
  • Participate in the creation and review of external admission materials, in partnership with the Communication Office. ...

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree 
  • 1-3 years Admission/outreach related experience preferred 
  • Ability to be flexible and work as part of a team 
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills 
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion, and to serving the needs of a diverse community... 
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.


Posted 1.22.21:  Dean of Inclusive Education, Foxcroft School (VA)
 

Foxcroft School, (http://www.foxcroft.org) one of the nation’s leading all-girls boarding and day schools, offers an uncommonly beautiful setting in which to learn and grow. Located on 500 acres in Northern Virginia, Foxcroft focuses on preparing young women in grades 9-12 and postgraduate for full engagement and success in college and in life beyond. The School offers challenging and integrated academics, including an impressive STEM program, combined with arts, athletics, and a forward-thinking focus on students’ social and emotional well-being. 


... Foxcroft School seeks a Dean of Inclusive Excellence starting July 1, 2021. The successful candidate will be an experienced educational leader who personifies the School’s mission. The Dean of Inclusive Excellence is a member of the administrative team, reporting to the Assistant Head of School. Consistent with Foxcroft’s commitment to “encourage all members [of the community] to pursue knowledge, recognize their personal biases, view a topic from multiple perspectives, and demonstrate respect for diverse viewpoints,” the Dean of Inclusive Excellence carries primary responsibility for supporting faculty and refining Foxcroft’s curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment through the lens of equity and inclusion.... 

Core Responsibilities 

  • Because this is a new position, the Dean will have the opportunity to shape this role based on the needs of the community. Core responsibilities are likely to include: 
  • Serving as a coach, advocate, and support for faculty, ensuring that every member of the faculty is fully seen and fully known. 
  • Leading the department heads group and guiding their work to ensure a culturally responsive curriculum that celebrates an array of identities and lenses; inclusive pedagogy that allows all students to thrive; and equitable assessment and grading practices that reflect current best practices in assessment. 
  • Overseeing faculty recruitment, on-boarding, and retention efforts, with an eye towards building a faculty that mirrors the diversity of the student body. 
  • Building a cohesive culture of learning that extends from the classroom and residence hall, to the stage and playing fields, and partnering with the teachers, coaches, and dorm teams who are integral to all aspects for the school. ...

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Posted 1.22.21:  Lower School Principal, Georgetown Day School (Washington DC)

Georgetown Day School (GDS) invites nominations and applications for a visionary and inspirational educational leader for its Lower School to guide a joyful and purposeful community of 340 students and 65 faculty and staff beginning July 2021. Working with a dynamic and engaged faculty, the Lower School Principal is charged with overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Lower School as well as articulating a clear and compelling vision for the future with administrative colleagues. A member of the senior administration, the Lower School Principal reports directly to the Head of School.

Founded as the first racially and religiously integrated school in the nation’s capital, GDS continues to keep at the heart of its school mission the maintenance and cultivation of a just, ethical, and inclusive community....

The next leader of the Lower School will ensure the continuing excellence of all aspects of the division’s operations and will seek, along with the faculty and school leadership, to envision and realize the division’s next chapter. They will lead a deeply engaged, accomplished faculty chosen for their understanding of their subjects, exceptional teaching ability, and deep passion for working with students.  Ideally, the Principal will lead the faculty in further strengthening the culture of the Lower School as a professional learning community where teachers work across disciplines, consider new pedagogies and methods of assessment, and encourage each other’s professional development.

Important qualities and qualifications for the Lower School Principal include: a love of learning, a commitment to teaching, an embrace of the School’s mission of equity, inclusion and social justice, and the ability to deftly balance the needs and expectations of all three constituents of the school - students, faculty, and parents. Seven to ten years of teaching and administrative experience in a lower school setting, as well as a B.A are required. An M.A. or Ph.D. is preferred.

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Posted 1.21.22: Two Faculty Positions, World Languages Depratment, Ransom Everglades School (FL)

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• Spanish Teacher, Upper School
Ransom Everglades School is seeking applications for a full time, Upper School Spanish teacher beginning in August
2021. This faculty member will contribute to the development and implementation of our unique Spanish language
curriculum. At Ransom Everglades, all middle school students study Spanish in our proficiency-based program offering
six levels of Spanish to challenge students of all backgrounds and abilities in Spanish. At the upper school, we offer a
wide variety of Spanish courses that meet students’ needs, up to and exceeding the Advanced Placement courses and
exams. Our vision is that all students will attain and demonstrate a level of proficiency after three or more years of
studying Spanish, and that many students will study another language (Chinese, French or Portuguese) in the upper
school. Thus, many students will graduate from Ransom Everglades able to communicate comfortably and effectively in
three languages: English, Spanish, and a third language.,,,

• Chinese Teacher, Upper School
Ransom Everglades School is seeking applications for a full time, Upper School Chinese teacher beginning in August
2021. This faculty member will contribute to the development and implementation of our unique World Languages
curriculum, and teach Chinese courses from Level 1 through AP Chinese Language and Culture. At Ransom Everglades,
all middle school students study Spanish in our proficiency-based program, and many also study Chinese or French.
Students at the highest level of Middle School Chinese continue their studies in the Upper School and complete the AP
Chinese Language and Culture curriculum and exam. Our vision is that all students will attain and demonstrate a level
of proficiency in Spanish after three or more years of study, and that many students will study another language
(Chinese, French or Portuguese) in the upper school. Thus, many students will graduate from Ransom Everglades able
to communicate comfortably and effectively in three languages....
 


Posted 1.22.21: Assistant Head/Head of Upper School, The Athenian School (CA)

The Athenian  School ( athenian.org ) s a coeducational day and boarding school located on a gorgeous 75-acre campus 30 miles east of San Francisco. The vibrant and highly diverse community draws 539 students in grades 6-12 from the East Bay area and around the world. 

... The Athenian School seeks a dynamic leader as its next Assistant Head/Head of Upper School starting July 1, 2021. The successful candidate will be a highly experienced educational leader devoted to the school’s mission and program. The Assistant Head/Head of Upper School has oversight of all Upper School activities and works in concert with the Head of School to foster a climate of excellence and ethical growth among students, faculty, and staff. This is an exceptional opportunity to lead a singular and highly regarded independent school with an unwavering commitment to student success. ...

Opportunities and Challenges  
The Assistant Head/Head of Upper School will focus on the Upper School operationally and culturally while thinking strategically across grades 6-12 in partnership with the Head of School and the Assistant Head/Head of Middle School. Specific opportunities and challenges include: 

• Integrate the Round Square Pillars More Fully into the Upper School Program  
A mission-driven school, Athenian distinguishes itself through its commitment to the pillars of the Round Square Consortium. The Assistant Head/Head of Upper School will center the pillars in decision making around program, curriculum, and innovation, using them as an organizing construct. The School is in the process of hiring for a new position — Dean of Experiential Learning...

• Embed Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice Across the Curriculum 
As is true in many schools, there is work ahead at Athenian in equity and inclusion, including curricular review, training on facilitating difficult conversations, hiring a more diverse faculty, and collaboration between division directors and the E&I team. The Assistant Head/Head of Upper School will partner with the incoming Director of Diverity, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice and the new Director of People and Culture to achieve these goals....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE. 



Posted 1.22.21:  Two Tenure-track Positions, Artificial Intelligence, Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida

The University of Florida (UF) is embarking on a campus-wide strategic initiative to hire clusters of faculty with expertise in Artificial Intelligence (AI). As part of this initiative, the Florida Museum of Natural History (FLMNH) is seeking qualified applicants for two 12-month, tenure-track faculty positions in AI, broadly envisioned, with innovative research interests and experience. These positions will be filled at the Assistant or Associate faculty level in the FLMNH Department of Natural History. ...

• Position 1 (#68327) AI and Biological and/or Cultural Diversity Past and Present

We seek to strengthen FLMNH’s global leadership role in biodiversity informatics by hiring a creative, interdisciplinary scholar whose research and teaching focus on innovative approaches using machine learning (ML) and computer vision, as applied to natural history data sources. This position is part of a multi-college cluster hire under the theme of AI and the Resilient and Built Environment. We invite candidates who ask and answer questions about changes in biological and/or cultural diversity through space and time and whose interests include working with burgeoning media and information generated from natural history datasets, community scientists, and in-situ and remote sensors....


• Position 2 (#68329) AI and Museum Education and Outreach

We envision an innovative AI program in museum education and outreach and seek a faculty member in this emerging field. Housed in the FLMNH, this position is part of the UF AI Workforce and Education Cluster, with links to our Thompson Earth Systems Institute and other UF colleges. We invite applications from those who have active research programs, external support, vision, and experience in AI related to formal, informal, and/or community audiences and learning. Applicants with experience working with multicultural, underserved, and/or underrepresented audiences are particularly encouraged to apply....

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Posted 1.22.21:  Lecturer in Special Education, School of Education, Nevada State College

The School of Education at Nevada State College (NSC) invites applications for Full-time Lecturer in the area of Special Education, to begin in the Fall of 2021. The individual in this position would teach introductory, characteristics, and/or methods courses that lead to a Nevada teaching license in Generalist Special Education, Autism, Intellectual Disability, and/or Early Childhood Special Education at the undergraduate and post-baccalaureate level....

Throughout your application materials, we encourage you to highlight your background in fostering an inclusive campus culture and supporting the success of students who are historically underrepresented in higher education. For example, your efforts might include contributions in the areas of teaching, mentoring, advising, research, and/or institutional service.

Primary Responsibilities
• Teach 24 credits per academic year, which amounts to four courses per semester.
• Teach lower- and upper-level courses in Special Education in a variety of formats (e.g., inperson, hybrid, online).
• Serve on departmental and college-wide committees.

Required Qualifications:
• Master's Degree in Special Education or related field
• Minimum of three years of teaching experience in PK-12 special education settings
• Eligibility to work in the United States without sponsorship ...

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Posted 1.21.21:  Associate Director for Upper School Communications, Wigglesworth Hall, Milton Academy

Milton Academy is an independent college preparatory K–12 school, boarding and day in grades 9–12, located eight miles south of Boston.Milton Academy cultivates in its students a passion for learning and a respect for others.Embracing diversity and the pursuit of excellence, we create a community in which individuals develop competence, confidence and character....

Milton enrolls approximately 1,000 students each year: 725 boarding and day students in the Upper School, and 275 day students in Lower and Middle Schools. Representing the majority of the student population, with families from around the corner and across the world, the Upper School has unique and complex communication needs.

Summary of Position:
The associate director for Upper School communication leads the development,implementation, and maintenance of communication plans and strategies specific to Upper School students and their families. Reporting to the chief communication officer and embedded within the Upper School, this position will work closely with the Upper School administrative team to identify emerging and ongoing communications needs, and to develop, execute, and manage plans to reach priority internal and external audiences, particularly parents / families.
...

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Posted 1.18.21:  Two Open Positions, The Archer  School for Girls (CA)

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•  Associate Director of College Guidance
The Archer School for Girls challenges and inspires 495 girls in grades 6-12 to discover their passions and realize their true potential. Nationally recognized for its innovative school culture, Archer’s program is collaborative, real-world focused, and research based. Faculty are highly skilled in using brain-based practices to teach girls how they learn best. Collaboration, student leadership, intellectual curiosity, cultural engagement, and joyful learning are core elements of the program. The school maintains a deep and abiding commitment to diversity and inclusion, actively seeking students from a wide range of backgrounds in an effort to reflect the face of Greater Los Angeles.

Archer is seeking qualified, experienced candidates for the position of Associate Director of College Guidance, beginning in July 2021. This position reports to and collaborates closely with the Director of College Guidance to guide junior and senior classes through every aspect of the college search and application process. Strong candidates will have experience in a college admissions environment and/or college counseling office in an independent school. Candidates should also exhibit an appreciation of and respect for a diverse academic environment and learning community....

• Advancement Coordinator
We are seeking an energetic, highly driven, creative, and collaborative professional to join the Advancement and Communications team. This position will be an important part of our lively team to support administrative and development initiatives as the School celebrates
its 25th anniversary and plays an integral role in seeing projects through that furtherarticulate Archer’s vision and mission with key constituents.

 • The Advancement Coordinator works closely with the Director of Advancement and Communications, Advancement and Communications team, and Senior Administrative team in bridging relationships across the community.

• The primary objective of the Coordinator is to ensure day-to-day connected communications and collaboration for Advancement projects toward campaigns and fundraising goals.

• The Coordinator provides administrative assistance to the Director of Advancement and Communications and team...



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

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


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


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

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

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

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

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

Job Requirements:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Posted 1.11.21:  President, Nardin Academy (NY)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Posted 1.6.21:  Director, Middle School, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

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

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

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