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

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

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

For the complete posting CLICK HERE..
Posted 10.21.20:  Three Openings, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

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

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

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

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

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



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

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

The ideal candidate will have a career demonstrating a shared commitment to Mount Vernon’s core values, the mission, and to advancing inclusion, diversity, equity and the actions necessary for change. A strong track record of strategic planning and team management are highly desired. In addition, the Mount Vernon community seeks an innovative thought partner and collegial collaborator who leads across constituencies with respect, integrity, warmth, and humility....
 
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.

 

Posted 10.20.20:  Head of School, Academy of Notre Dame de Namur (PA)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Posted 10.1.20: Three Tenure-track Positions, University of Nebraska at Omaha

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

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


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



Posted 9.26.20:  Director of Development, International Festival of Arts & Ideas (CT)


The International Festival of Arts & Ideas (Festival) celebrates and builds community, engages with vital issues, and promotes the arts. Each year, the Festival highlights the City of New Haven’s diverse and culturally rich community with events featuring world-class artists, thinkers, and leaders. Its additional programs include the annual Visionary Leadership Award and educational opportunities like the High School Fellows Program....

Position Summary 
The Director of Development will lead the Festival’s contributed revenue strategies and implementation, collaborating with the board and staff to increase annual philanthropic support from individuals, sponsors, foundations, and government agencies while also focusing on future endowment and planned giving initiatives. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Development will be an active member of the Festival’s leadership team and will work closely with the board of directors and the Development Committee in the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors. The Director of Development will be charged with the creation and implementation of a strategic development plan that leverages the Festival’s success and role in the community to increase contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations....
 

Qualifications 
Qualified candidates will have at least five years of senior development and fundraising experience with demonstrated success securing six-figure major individual and legacy gifts, as well as corporate, foundation, and government support. An experienced and successful fundraiser, this individual will have a proven ability to achieve contributed revenue goals while being cognizant of best practices, trends, and innovations in the development arena. Candidates will also have depth and breadth of knowledge in strategic advancement, membership programs, annual fund giving, and prospect research.... 

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.



Posted 9.25.20: Assistant Professor of Critical Studies of Education, University of California–Santa Cruz


The Education Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of Critical Studies of Education. We seek candidates who study education, formal and/or informal, through inter/ trans-disciplinary critical sociological, philosophical, historical, political, and/or cultural perspectives. Possible focal areas of scholarship include the following: anti-racism/oppression in education, critical race theory, ethnic studies, gender and sexuality studies, diaspora/ migration/immigration studies, indigenous studies, and/or decolonial studies in education. We are particularly interested in hiring a colleague whose scholarship engages the transformational capacities of education for the least-advantaged youth and communities, and animates the promise of schools and other public institutions to forge a just democracy. We seek scholars with a promising research program as well as a capacity to develop externally funded research grants, projects, and partnerships with schools or community organizations. The successful candidate will be able to teach across the department's programs (Undergraduate Major/Minor, Master's/Teaching Credential, and Ph.D.), advise and mentor graduate and undergraduate students, and work with students, faculty, and staff from a wide range of social and cultural backgrounds. We seek candidates whose scholarship, teaching, and service advance anti-racism, anti-oppression, equity, and justice in education....

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS
Doctorate or equivalent foreign degree in the Critical Studies of Education, or closely related fields. Degree requirements expected to be completed by June 30, 2021. Evidence of contributions to educational scholarship and teaching from critical frameworks that advance anti-racism and justice in education.

POSITION AVAILABLE
July 1, 2021, with the academic year beginning in September 2021. Degree requirements must be met by June 30, 2021....

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Posted 9.23.20:  Permanent Head of School, The Northwest School (WA)

The Northwest School, a 6-12 grade international day and boarding school, invites nominations and applications
for a mission-aligned, thoughtful, and experienced leader for the position of Permanent Head of School for July
2021. A full position description is forthcoming.

The ideal candidate for the Permanent Head of School position will demonstrate the following leadership qualities:
Dedication to academic excellence
Warm, caring person with high emotional intelligence
Demonstrated success in developing positive, supportive, and trusting relationships with students, faculty,
and families
Fidelity to DEI and social justice work that is inclusive of and responsive to all identities
Commitment to collaboration, transparency, and accountability as a leader
Alignment with our mission and strategic framework

Located in the urban core of Seattle, a city known for thought leadership and innovation, The Northwest School is
a community of 450 students, offering a unique college preparatory experience, thriving arts and athletic programs,
and a friendly and supportive environment....

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 9.16.20:  Director, University of Chicago Laboratory Schools (IL)


... Founded in 1896 by renowned educator John Dewey, the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools (Lab) are among the nation’s best, and home to the youngest members of the University of Chicago’s academic community. With an enrollment of approximately 2,100 students from Nursery-3 through grade 12, Lab’s educational approach is designed to ignite and nurture an enduring spirit of scholarship, curiosity, creativity and confidence. Among other values, Lab prioritizes the importance of learning experientially, exhibiting kindness, and honoring diversity in all its forms. In addition to the excellent instruction of Lab’s talented and accomplished teachers, students of every age benefit from access to the University of Chicago’s outstanding faculty, programs, and thriving community.

The University of Chicago Laboratory Schools director is the academic and administrative leader of Lab. Reporting to the provost of the University of Chicago, the director is charged with planning and executing strategic initiatives in close consultation with Lab’s board, students, faculty, staff, and families. The next director will supervise all of Lab’s 403 faculty and staff members, with eight direct reports, as well as the Schools’ $80 million budget, and will bring significant leadership experience in complex, multi-stakeholder educational institutions. The director will be a thought leader and engage the community on how Lab can best position itself to continue delivering an exceptional education to its students. To be successful in this leadership role, the director will have an understanding of, and ability to capitalize on, the unique opportunities and resources available through partnerships with the University of Chicago and beyond. The director will lead with the highest level of integrity and bring a collaborative approach, with a deep commitment to diversity and input from Lab stakeholders. The next director will find an outstanding opportunity to build upon a rich tradition of progressive education and to lead a talented and engaged community....

For more information, please visit the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools’ home page at https://www.ucls.uchicago.edu/

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Posted 9.16.20: Coordinator of Diversity and Inclusion, Northwest Missouri State University

 ... The Coordinator of Diversity and Inclusion will provide administrative and support services to help develop social justice competencies within the campus and community while aiding in supporting historically underrepresented student’s access, persistence, and graduation from Northwest Missouri State University. As part of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the Coordinator will focus on helping lead the strategic diversity and inclusion goals of the University. This position will provide programming and development around inclusion topics and serve as a liaison to aid in increasing campus and community climate will be key focus areas for this position. The Coordinator of Diversity and Inclusion will work to develop strategic initiatives to help move forward in the areas of intercultural competence, social justice education, and creating an inclusive campus environment. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 

1. Work effectively with students, faculty, staff, and community members and possess a commitment to social justice and inclusivity. 

2. Use best practices to support diversity and inclusion within institutions of higher education 

3. Develop, implement, facilitate, coordinate, and assess programming to promote diversity, cultural awareness and inclusion within the campus community...

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree in a related field 
  • Experience: At least one year of experience working with diverse groups of people, coordinating programs, and supervising others; working knowledge of social justice education, systems of oppression, and cultural competency...
For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 9.14.20:  Director of Marketing, & Communication, The Agnes Irwin School (PA)

... 
Enrolling 570 girls in pre-kindergarten through grade 12, The Agnes Irwin School is a leader in all-girls education, using research-based practices to provide the best possible experience for students. A student to faculty ratio of 7:1 ensures that each girl is known within a community prioritizing leadership development, character, and respect.
 
Reporting to Head of School Sally Keidel, the Director of Marketing and Communications will provide experienced, strategic, and creative leadership to a centralized marketing and communications department serving as an in-house agency working to advance the mission of the School. The next Director will create, implement, and assess comprehensive communications, marketing, and public relations strategies and programs that support the School’s position as a leading independent educational institution. The most qualified candidate will demonstrate a commitment to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives; possess deep knowledge of print, internet, digital, and social media communications; be a compelling public speaker with the ability to communicate with a range of constituents; and possess strong management skills with independent school, university, or nonprofit experience. She/He/They will be committed to joyfully supporting the mission of a leading, independent, girls school....

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Posted 9.3.20:  Executive Director, Film Streams (NE)

...  Film Streams’ mission is to enhance the cultural environment of the Omaha-Council Bluffs area through the presentation and discussion of film as an art form. Its strategic plan for 2019-2021 articulates five core programmatic areas—Community Development, Education, New Releases, Repertory Selections, and Special Events. Its goal for longevity and long-term sustainability in programming, relevance, and funding (“Preparing for the Future”) will maintain Film Streams’ unique ability to foster and engage through film while enhancing its flexibility and vibrancy in the community over the long term. As part of its Community Development, Film Streams will create collaborative events that foster dialogue and help build bridges among divergent and diverse community groups. As part of New Releases, “See Change” is Film Stream’s commitment to reach gender parity among directors of films shown by the end of 2021, presenting diverse experiences and underrepresented voices in contemporary filmmaking.... 

Position Summary
Reporting to the board of directors, the Executive Director will serve as the chief executive officer of Film Streams, overseeing all of the organization’s activities and operations. This individual will be a dynamic leader with a passion for both community and film, eager to maintain Film Streams’ position as the leading Omaha arts nonprofit and model cinema in the arthouse community. Joining a strong leadership team, including an extraordinarily engaged board and passionate staff, the Executive Director will leverage the foundational strengths of Film Streams’ outstanding programming, pursuit of institutional excellence, community collaboration, and consistent communication to maximize the organization’s impact in Omaha and the international film community. They will be responsible for all areas of revenue and operation and will work cooperatively with the Artistic Director to maintain the box office as a primary revenue source....

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Posted 9.3.20:  Founding Director, Physical Therapy Program, Carlow University (PA)

Carlow University
(www.carlow.edu), a private, Catholic, liberal arts, comprehensive University is accepting nominations and applications for the position of Founding Director of the Physical Therapy (PT) Program.... This includes leading curriculum development, development of clinical sites, and recruitment and management of faculty and staff. The program director demonstrates the academic and professional qualifications and relevant experience in higher education that is required to provide effective leadership for the program, the program faculty, and the students. The director will collaborate closely with the Admissions and Marketing departments on admissions policies, recruitment of students and marketing the program. This position is a tenure track, twelve-month appointment.
 
The ideal candidate will have an earned academic Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy or a related discipline; be a Physical Therapist who is licensed or regulated in any United States jurisdiction; have, or the ability to obtain, a current unencumbered licensure to practice as a Physical Therapist in Pennsylvania; hold the rank of associate professor, professor, clinical associate professor, or clinical professor; a minimum of six (6) years of full-time higher  education experience with a minimum of  three (3) years of full-time experience in a PT education program; have documentation  of  passing  the  national  examination;  and have the ability to obtain and maintain professional liability insurance coverage....

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Posted 8.29.20:  Director of Programming & Community Impact, International Festival of Arts & Ideas (CT)
 

Organization 
The International Festival of Arts & Ideas (Festival) celebrates and builds community, engages with vital issues, and promotes the arts. Each year, the Festival highlights the City of New Haven’s diverse and culturally rich community with events featuring world-class artists, thinkers, and leaders. Its additional programs include the annual Visionary Leadership Award and educational opportunities like the High School Fellows Program....

... Position Summary 
The Director of Programming & Community Impact will co-design, develop, and implement the Festival’s world-class artistic and humanities programs for the annual Festival event as well as year-round programming for residencies, special events, and community activities. This individual will proactively engage with and listen to New Haven’s racially and culturally diverse communities and artists and work closely with the Executive Director and team to represent the Festival locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. The Director of Programming & Community Impact will design programs and foster artistic relationships that uplift the New Haven community. They will engage the community in national and international dialogue with artists and thought leaders, celebrating the New Haven’s global nature and elevating its visibility through international relationships. This individual will achieve the intersection between artistic inclusion and audience access as a way to engage those in the national and international arts and humanities sectors; community members in business, government, and local neighborhoods; regional tourism and economic planners; major arts organizations; donors; board, staff, and volunteers; the media; and multicultural and multigenerational audiences, among others....

Qualifications 
Qualified candidates will have at least five years of senior management experience in both international and community-based programming that nurtures professional relationships and engages with communities of color, specifically Black, Indigenous, Latino/Latina, South East, and/or East Asian communities and artists. This experience should center in developing highly accessible, mutually beneficial programming with and for said communities. A bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience) plus evidence of significant, substantial, and increasing responsibility in a senior management role within an entrepreneurial, cultural, higher education, and/or social action organization are required....

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Posted 8.19.20:  Director of Operations, Whatcom Intergenerational High School Public Charter School (WA)

Start Date:  Oct. 1, 2020
Location: Bellingham, WA
APPLICATION CLOSES Sept. 5, 2020
 
ABOUT WHATCOM INTERGENERATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 
Our strategic vision is to create a unique learning environment designed with students and supported by elders to ensure every young person – no matter their life circumstances is educated for success in school, career and life able to contribute to a more just and sustainable world. 
 
OPPORTUNITY
WIHS is seeking a mission-driven Founding Director of Operations (DOO) with a strong background in operational systems, continuous improvement, finance, compliance, and team management. The DOO is a vital member of the school founding team and manages all non-instructional school functions.
 
The DOO supports organization wide and staff systems to ensure strong operations and on-site daily compliance. This position requires a proven leader, process and systems oriented multi-tasker who is interested and able to organize and complete compliance details. You will juggle a number of key tasks to keep everything running smoothly. As the DOO you will work to build a positive culture among staff, students, families, and community members.

The DOO will support planning and compliance efforts, prior to the school opening fall of 2021. This will include and is not limited to facility readiness, classroom setup, technology/supplies procurement and setup, health and safety, breakfast and lunch procurement, state and federal compliance, and staff orientation/onboarding. You will work closely with the CEO and principal in setting up all operations to accommodate 60 ninth and tenth grade students fall of 2021....

APPLICATION PROCEDURE 
Please submit an application NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 5, 2020 by email to christina.carlson@intergenerational.school   /...

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 8.19.20:  Director, Teaching Tolerance, Southern Poverty Law Center (AL)

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) was founded more than 50 years ago to root out hate and bigotry. A visionary outgrowth of this mission was Teaching Tolerance, an SPLC educational program designed to support K-12 educators with anti-racist, -xenophobic, and -homophobic resources for curriculum development.
 
Since 1991, Teaching Tolerance has been committed to teaching the hard truth of US racial history. In addition to curriculums, Teaching Tolerance’s mostly free services include its bi-annual magazine; documentaries; website content; and professional development trainings. Throughout the US, hundreds of thousands of educators have used Teaching Tolerance materials to supplement and enhance curriculums, challenge their own biases, and create inclusive school communities where children are respected, valued, and welcome participants.
 
The Opportunity
 As the SPLC, and the nation, transforms, responding to demands for justice and equality, Teaching Tolerance is re-evaluating its impact, scope, and advocacy in a rapidly shifting environment. While Teaching Tolerance remains a deeply respected resource among educators, it is seizing the opportunity for more and deeper strategic impact, particularly within schools and communities in the Southeastern United States.
 
The new Director will lead this change with vigor and vision bringing deep credibility in education, practical experience implementing justice frameworks, a passion for advocacy, and a desire to lead and inspire a team of committed educators.
 
The Director of Teaching Tolerance will be a robust advocate for policies that are equitable and support the flourishing of all students, not just privileged ones. They will be a leader who wants to lead change, and will skillfully bring a commitment to anti-racist practice, not just an intellectual appreciation and orientation to justice and equity advocacy. They will be a visionary and craft an inspiring and affirmative vision for how Teaching Tolerance can further the SPLC’s racial justice mission....

Qualifications:
Education and Related Work Experience:
  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience managing teams of 10 or more;
  • Experience managing an organization or large department’s budget;
  • A minimum of 5 years of relevant experience with a formal K-12 educational setting; and
  •    Extensive knowledge and experience with developing and implementing anti-racism and diversity, equity, and inclusion principles and best practices....
 Applications can be submitted through the following website:  https://www.splcenter.org/about/careers/jobs?gh_jid=4804260002
 
For the complete posting CLICK HERE
 

Posted 8.15.20:  Two Openings, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

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

•  Debate CoachWe are seeking a part-time Speech and Debate coach starting immediately. Responsibilities include running practices on Fridays during the school day and/or after school. For the Upper School team, the coach will travel on weekends to local league tournaments, recruit judges for tournaments, chaperone and coordinate team travel to attend select Invitationals throughout the year, and conduct outreach and workshops for budding Middle School debaters....
 

Posted 8.5.20:  Executive Director, Mass Cultural Council (MA)
 

Organization 
Mass Cultural Council is an independent agency of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with a mission to promote excellence, inclusion, education, and diversity in the arts, humanities, and sciences; foster a rich cultural life for all Massachusetts residents; and contribute to the vitality of the Commonwealth’s communities and economy. Based in Boston, Mass Cultural Council’s vision is for a Commonwealth where culture elevates the quality of life and well-being of all communities; drives growth and opportunity through the creative economy; is inclusive, equitable, and embraces diversity; and empowers a new generation through creative youth development and education....

Position Summary 
As the most senior state cultural official, the Executive Director will serve as an external advocate for the arts, humanities, and sciences, leading the ideation and development of policies and programs that advance the priorities of the Mass Cultural Council. Reporting to and collaborating with the governing Council, the Executive Director will ensure a vibrant and thriving cultural sector throughout Massachusetts as a visible leader who works closely with the Governor, Legislature, and other elected officials. The Executive Director will provide the vision and leadership to promote equitable and inclusive strategies for participation in the cultural sector, ensuring that the Agency’s programs and services have an impact in diverse cultural, socioeconomic, and geographic communities throughout the state. The Executive Director will be responsible for the transparent stewardship of public funds, overseeing the distribution of Mass Cultural Council funds in compliance with guidelines and regulations.... 

Qualifications 
A strong background in and passion for the arts, humanities, and science are required, as well as a demonstrated understanding of the value of creativity for the social and economic wellbeing of people and communities. A minimum of 10 years of progressive senior management experience in a government agency, nonprofit organization, university, or creative industry setting is necessary....

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Posted 8.4.20: Superintendent of Schools, Regional School District #13 (CT)


The Regional School District 13 in Connecticut has a vacancy for Superintendent of Schools.  The district serves the towns of Durham and Middlefield, and is made up of six schools: one high school, one middle school, three elementaries, and a transition program for older students with special needs. Cooperative Educational Services Executive Searches will facilitate the search on behalf of the Board of Education and the new superintendent is expected to begin on or before Jan. 1, 2021. Deadline to apply is 2 p.m. Aug. 27, 2020. For details on the job and how to apply, visit www.ces.k12.ct.us/current-searches and download the flyer.

For the complete posting CLICK HERE.
 

Posted 8.4.20:  Vice President of Enrollment Management, Lourdes University (OH)

Lourdes University (www.lourdes.edu) is seeking accomplished and strategic candidates for the Vice President of Enrollment Management position. Reporting to the President, the Vice President of Enrollment Management provides leadership in planning, developing, executing and assessing the enrollment management plan for the University. Enrollment Management oversees undergraduate, graduate and CBE admission; retention; and financial aid.
 
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Leads the development, implementation and ongoing evaluation of an aggressive and comprehensive strategic enrollment management plan designed to attract, admit and retain successful Lourdes University students.  Plan includes enrollment goals and strategies to achieve them.
  • Maintains and inspires a motivated team of individuals in the offices of Admissions, Financial Aid and Retention.  Responsible for hiring, training, performance review and supporting professional development of staff.
  • Inspires a university wide commitment to meeting enrollment goals. Works collaboratively campus-wide with faculty, coaches, and staff to achieve enrollment goals. Works closely with the Dean of Academic Success to achieve retention goals.
  • Uses financial aid to maximize net tuition revenue....

Qualifications: A Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution in higher education administration or related area. Doctorate preferred.  Five (5) or more years of progressively responsible leadership experience in higher education.  Experience with best practices in recruitment, financial aid, and student success is very important....

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Posted 7.25.20: Executive Director, Flynn Center for the Performing Arts (VT)
 

The Flynn Center for the Performing Arts (Flynn) is located in downtown Burlington, Vermont, and has been at the center of Vermont's cultural landscape throughout its 90-year history. The Flynn is internationally recognized for the caliber of its presentations; significant artistic, educational, and community outreach activities; superb technical capacity; beautiful ambiance; and sound fiscal management....
 

Position Summary 
Reporting to the board, the Executive Director will serve as the chief executive officer and organizational innovator of the Flynn. This visionary and dynamic community leader will be a bridge builder, active listener, skilled collaborator, and champion for the critical role of the arts in a vibrant, forward-thinking, and intersectional community. The Executive Director will partner with the board in ensuring governance models that engage a diversity of people and perspectives. This individual will develop, motivate, and lead an experienced team in external relations, fund development, marketing, strategic planning, artistic planning, and educational programming, as well as provide overall operational, financial, and administrative oversight. 

Roles and Responsibilities 
Strategic Leadership and Integrated Vision 

Provide visionary and transformational leadership for an innovative, forward-thinking organization at the center of the community’s cultural ecosystem that inspires and engages the board, staff, and community members. 

Build, nurture, and sustain a culture of respect and inclusiveness that values the power of diversity with a firm commitment to equity and access. 

Address systemic racism with thoughtful programmatic vision, embedded governance structures, dynamic staffing, equitable vendor interactions, and intentional audience experiences. 

Lead a positive learning organization that creates a climate of respectful inquiry ...

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Posted 7.19.20: Two Instructional Positions, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

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 Biology & Honors Research – Part-Time Parental Leave Substitute
The Archer School for Girls is seeking a skilled and experienced part time Biology substitute teacher starting in August 2020 and continuing through December 2020. The position involves teaching Upper School Biology classes using student-centered methodologies. A desire to collaborate with colleagues and a commitment to encouraging the potential in every student is essential....
 

Science Teaching Apprentice in the Archer Teaching Apprenticeship Program
The Archer School for Girls is seeking a full-time Science Teaching Apprentice in the Archer Teaching Apprenticeship Program for the 2020-2021 school year. We are looking for new or aspiring educators who have a desire to join the teaching profession under the direction of skilled mentor faculty. Ideal candidates have a growth-mindset, positive outlook, and a deep appreciation for the importance of working in a diverse and inclusive community. A passion for working with young people in a culture of teaching excellence is a must....

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


Posted 7.10.20: Assistant Director of Campus Safety, St. Bonaventure University (NY)

This position is second in command of University Safety Services and reports to the Associate Dean for Campus Safety. It is anticipated that this individual will become the Associate Dean upon retirement of the current Associate Dean.

This position will provide primary oversight and management of the campus security technology systems, including but not limited to: Galaxy electronic card access system, Video Insight video surveillance, Johnson Fire Controls notification, and Alertus notifications. This includes electronic access, security cameras, alarm systems, and dispatch and key control systems....

Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, Security, Computer Science, or related field from an accredited college or university.
  • Five years of professional experience related to the bachelor's degree preferably in higher education, law enforcement, fire service, or security systems....
Interested applicants may obtain an application on www.sbu.edu/HR or may submit a resume to hr@sbu.edu

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Posted 7.3.20:  Diversity and Inclusion Specialist, Northwest Missouri State University

PRIMARY DUTY:
The Diversity & Inclusion Specialist will provide administrative and support services to help develop social justice competencies within the campus and community while aiding in supporting historically underrepresented student’s access, persistence, and graduation from Northwest Missouri State University. As part of the Office of Diversity & Inclusion, the Diversity & Inclusion Specialist will focus on helping lead the strategic diversity and inclusion goals of the University. Providing programming and development around social justice topics and serving as a liaison to the City of Maryville to aid in increasing campus and community climate will be key focus areas for this position. The Diversity & Inclusion Specialist will work to develop strategic initiatives to help move forward in the areas of intercultural competence, social justice education, and equity.
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  1. Provide strategic leadership in the areas of diversity, inclusion, and social justice
  2. Work effectively with students, faculty, staff, and community members and possess a commitment to social justice and equity
  3. Implement, monitor and recommend adjustments in connecting with the Diversity & Inclusion Strategic Plan
  4. Develop and coordinate programming to promote diversity, cultural awareness and inclusion within the campus community...
 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
      Education: Master’s degree in a related field
      Experience: At least one year of experience working with diverse groups of people, coordinating programs, and supervising others;             working knowledge of social justice education, systems of oppression, and cultural competency
      Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to assist historically underrepresented students in facing the special             challenges encountered on a predominately white campus...

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Posted 6.24.20:  Chief Executive Officer, Grace Place for Children and Families (FL)

Grace Place for Children and Families, a pioneer in family literacy, began as a volunteer-run homework club with a borrowed bus and two rooms in a Golden Gate church. Now, fifteen years since that humble beginning, Grace Place is the educational touchstone for the Golden Gate community, with over 800 students enrolled in unique and comprehensive education programs on a beautifully reimagined campus. Programs include their nationally recognized Grace Place Family Literacy Model ®, Youth Education, Leaders Empowered to Achieve Dreams, Adult Education, and their Food Pantry. 

The Opportunity
Grace Place is seeking a new CEO to lead the organization into its next phase. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the new CEO will join Grace Place at an exciting time; recent expansion of both the programs and the campus means more children and families can be served. Grace Place puts faith into action by providing pathways out of poverty with practical, supportive education programs for the whole family.

The new CEO has the opportunity to build on the strength of the distinctive and unique family literacy model in action at Grace Place....

Ideal Candidate
Grace Place seeks a compassionate, natural leader with a genuine passion and enthusiasm for their mission of creating pathways out of poverty through education. While previous experience as an educator is not required, we seek a leader who sees the pivotal role family literacy can play in supporting and lifting a community out of poverty and is prepared to bring all their energy and professional skills to lead the effort.

Creativity and innovation grounded in smart business planning will serve the new CEO well in envisioning the future of Grace Place and the potential of new revenue streams....

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Posted 6.24.20:  Inclusive Instructional Design Specialist, Harper College (IL)

... Duties of Position:  

  • Serves as a member of the Academy Instructional Design Team to support faculty in designing, revising, implementing, and assessing teaching strategies, with a focus on the equitable access, engagement, and success of systemically underrepresented students. The Instructional Designer supports faculty who teach in all formats—face-to-face, blended, and on-line.
  • Develops collegial partnerships with faculty to support their instructional needs, and create effective instructional materials.
  • Assists faculty with designing, revising, implementing, and assessing instructional strategies and technologies that are meant to address equity gaps among systemically underrepresented student populations.
  • Provides guidance to faculty and the Academy Instructional Design Team to support the creation of equitable and fully accessible learning experiences for face-to-face and online learning.
  • Collaborates with Access and Disability Services to identify and implement solutions for student accommodations that involve substantial faculty support....

Educational Requirements: 
At least a Master’s degree in an area focused on Curriculum and Instruction; Instructional Design; or Education. Or a Master’s degree in a discipline offered by the college.

Experience Requirements: 
At least two years teaching experience required. Teaching experience in an educational setting is preferred. Experience designing, implementing, and assessing innovative and effective teaching strategies in their own classroom or as an instructional designer is required. Thorough knowledge of instructional design theory and evidence-based inclusive practices required....

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Posted 6.12.20:  Associate Director of College Guidance, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

The Archer School for Girls challenges and inspires 490 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....

Archer is seeking qualified, experienced candidates for the position of Associate Director of College Guidance, beginning in August 2020. 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.

The Associate Director collaborates with the Director in all aspects of the College Guidance office and program. Candidates should have 3-5 years of experience working in either college counseling at an independent school or in a selective college admissions program and be
capable of teaching a college guidance course....

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Posted 6 16.20:  Mathematics Teacher, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

The Archer School for Girls is seeking a skilled and experienced Mathematics teacher starting in August 2020. 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 
  • • Collaborates well with colleagues within planning teams ....
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Posted 6.12.20:  Research Assistant Professor, Center for Culture and Language, National Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)
 
Develop and secure external funding proposals related to Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals' health - as PI or co-PI - and implement funded projects. Such proposal development and implementation responsibilities may take place in the context of collaboration with internal and external partners.

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Posted 6.12.20:  Assistant Principal, Avondale House (TX)

Avondale House (www.avondalehouse.org) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit agency that provides, educational services to individuals with autism, a day habilitation program for young adults, where clients receive training in daily living skills and pre-vocational activities, employment services for those with disabilities and four residential homes for adults unable to live in their own home. This position will assist the Principal in order to maintain smooth operations, administratively and pro-grammatically, of the Avondale House School....

Job Duties:
  • Participates in development and evaluation of education programs.
  • Encourages and supports development of innovative instructional programs, helping teachers pilot such efforts when appropriate.
  • Promotes the use of technology in teaching/learning process.
  • Ensures school policies and procedures are uniformly observed.
  • Coordinates daily class coverage/schedules substitute staff....
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Posted 6.1.20:  Dean, Faculty of Law, The University of Toronto, Canada

The University of Toronto is conducting an extensive international search for the position of Dean of the Faculty of Law, and invites expressions of interest, nominations, and applications for the position. The appointment will be effective January 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as possible.

Preeminent among Canadian law schools and one of the best in the world, the Faculty of Law continues to build on its illustrious history to meet the challenges of the evolving legal profession. More than 50 full-time and 65 adjunct and distinguished visiting faculty members from the world’s leading law schools come together with approximately 800 academically gifted and engaged JD and graduate students to form a dynamic, diverse, and inclusive intellectual community. The Faculty of Law is committed to ensuring that its law school is accessible to, and inclusive of, talented students from all segments of society to advance its vision of a law school and legal profession that fully reflect the diversity of its society. The Faculty’s challenging academic programs are supplemented by its many public interest clinics and programs, and it enjoys close links to its alumni and a high level of interaction with the rest of the University. For further information, please see www.law.utoronto.ca.

The Dean of the Faculty of Law will be an accomplished and visionary scholar, educator, communicator, and leader, with a history of exemplary administration that reflects a commitment to excellence, equity, and diversity; a capacity to build and lead collaborative and inclusive teams; the ability to initiate and lead change in legal education and preparation for professional practice; and a record of impactful relationships with a range of internal and external partners....

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Posted 6/1/20:  Two Openings, The Park School (MA)

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The Park School is a Pre-K to Grade 8 independent school in Brookline, MA dedicated to excellence in education. The cornerstone of Park's program is academic excellence, combining both high standards of scholarship and the encouragement of each child to develop to his or her greatest potential. Our school community fosters a nurturing environment in which children develop curiosity, express creativity, appreciate the value of hard work and discipline, and experience the joy of learning. Park's faculty encourages each student to strive for intellectual, physical and moral growth and to become contributing members of the community.

• The Kindergarten Assistant Teacher is a member of the School’s Lower Division and ASP Team and reports to the Lower Division Head and Director of ASP. This 10-month position comes with the responsibility of working with faculty and staff to assist in a Kindergarten classroom and teaching in the After School Program in support of the school’s mission. The hours are 10:00-6:00 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9:00-6:00 on Tuesdays and 12-6 on Fridays. The ideal candidate will bring a history of collaborative, self-directed work as well as a good sense of humor....

• The Literacy Specialist is a member of the school’s Lower Division and reports to the Lower Division Head. In support of the school’s mission and curricular goals, this full time, 10-month position is responsible for providing reading and writing support to students in Pre-K through Grade 4. In addition, the position requires the Literacy Specialist to work with administrators and teachers to collect, analyze, and interpret data, and use it to guide instructional decisions.

The ideal candidate will possess creative problem-solving skills, a sense of humor, a passion for literacy teaching and learning, and strong interpersonal skills that allow one to cooperate and collaborate effectively with others.At the Park School, faculty engage respectfully with families and demonstrate sensitivity to cultures, values,configurations, and beliefs....




Posted 5.19.20:  Dean, School of Social Sciences & Education, University of California–Bakersfield

California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) invites applications for the position of Dean of the School of Social Sciences and Education. The person selected for this position will serve as the School’s chief academic and administrative officer and will report directly to the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs. About CSUB California State University, Bakersfield is a comprehensive metropolitan Hispanic Serving Institution committed to offering excellent undergraduate and graduate programs that advance the intellectual and personal development of its students. An emphasis on student learning is enhanced by a commitment to scholarship, ethical behavior, diversity, service, global awareness and life-long learning....

Required Qualifications:
• An earned doctorate degree in an appropriate field in one of the disciplines represented in the school from an accredited institution of higher learning
• Evidence of significant scholarly and professional achievement sufficient to merit a tenured faculty appointment at the rank of professor in one of the School’s departments
• Evidence of successful teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels in one of the disciplines represented in the school
• Demonstrated success in academic administration and leadership at the school (Department Chair or above) and/or university level
• Record of commitment to equity, inclusion and diversity with students, staff, and faculty
• An ability to adapt to changing circumstances and technologies....

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Posted 5.18.20:  Two Open Instructional Positions for 2020-21, The Archer School for Girls (CA)

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•  Full-Time French Teacher: The Archer School for Girls is seeking a skilled and experienced French teacher starting in
August 2020. The position involves teaching Middle and/or Upper School French classes using student-centered methodologies. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: teaching 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....

•  Biology & Honors Research (Part-Time, Substitute): The Archer School for Girls is seeking a skilled and experienced French teacher starting in August 2020. The position involves teaching Middle and/or Upper School French classes using student-centered methodologies. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: teaching 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....
 

Posted 5.12.20:  Lecturer(s), 1-2 Positions, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, Tennessee Tech
 
Job Purpose

Teach courses and fulfill the service mission for the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.

Essential Functions

Teaching undergraduate and/or graduate courses in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction; teaching in areas such as survey/introduction to special education/inclusion, curriculum, procedures, and behavior interventions; delivering instruction to pre-service students and professionals; providing service at the University, professional and community levels; developing and maintaining partnerships with area school districts for student field experiences; and engaging in program development with faculty. Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of how their education and experiences have prepared them to successfully execute all of the duties of the position.

Minimum Qualifications

Masters degree in education; three years preK-12 classroom experience; active preK-12 teaching license; demonstrated commitment to working collaboratively with faculty, colleagues and administrators. Ability to integrate technology into instruction. Ability to teach in an online setting.

Preferred Qualifications




Screening Date

Active special education license; evidence of successful university teaching; knowledge of High-Leverage Practices in special education aligned with CEC standards; experience with and expertise in working with students with mild to moderate disabilities; familiarity with co-teaching, differential instruction, and universal design; evidence of training or professional development on evidence-based models relevant to dyslexia, reading, math, or writing instruction for individuals with specific learning disabilities; potential for establishing and maintaining a record of scholarly productivity (possible examples: peer-reviewed publications, acquisition of external funding, and presentations at state, regional and national conferences)....

 06/22/2020
 
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Posted 5.4.20:  Dean of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies,  Elizabethtown College (PA))

Elizabethtown College (etown.edu) is accepting applications for the position of Dean of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing, leading, and articulating a vision for the School. The Dean will create and implement a strategic plan in collaboration with the institution’s leadership. The Dean is responsible for cultivating relationships with internal and external partners to create innovative educational opportunities, both in-person and online, for a variety of learners (including, but not limited to, students seeking degree completion, workforce education, early college or summer learning experiences). The successful candidate will be an entrepreneurial leader and academic innovator with excellent interpersonal skills who can 1) build and strengthen the School’s programs, 2) proactively conduct market scans to identify new opportunities, 3) lead the School through changes in the competitive landscape, and 4) work to advance Elizabethtown College’s mission and strategic priorities.  Reporting directly to the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, this position supervises faculty and staff housed within the School in accordance with Elizabethtown College policies and applicable laws.
 
Requirements: 
A terminal degree or MBA; Eight or more years of experience in continuing or higher education; Previous experience in: employee supervision, advancing and promoting adult education, developing and implementing strategic plans, and budget oversight. The successful candidate will exhibit excellent written and oral communication skills and be able to travel for business purposes.....

Elizabethtown College is being assisted by the partners of Hyatt-Fennell. Application materials should be submitted to etown@Hyatt-Fennell.com. Applications include a letter of interest, a current curriculum vitae, and contact information for five professional references. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and continue until the position is filled. The preferred start date is July or August of 2020....

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