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PhD, with TT job - about to be denied tenure - looking for a job quick:

PhD, with Postdoc, looking for TT job: 2

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TOTAL: 7

Full-Time / Tenure Track PositionsEdit

Borough of Manhattan Community College (NY) - open rank Professor of Teacher EducationEdit

Due 12/29/16. link: http://cuny.jobs/new-york-ny/instructor-assistant-associate-or-full-professor-teacher-education-department/3DD2E8E3E2B3457F930F8AC731ED2813/job/

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Boston College (MA) - Assistant Professor of Literacy EducationEdit

This scholar in literacy education should have expertise in two or more of the following: instruction and assessment of reading and writing, early literacy, disciplinary literacy, adolescent literacy, or digital literacy. The candidate is expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses, advise students, and provide service to the department and the broader Boston College community. Priority will be given to applicants who have an established program of research with broad implications, whose work has promise to generate externally funded projects, who would be interested in contributing to innovative programs across the school, and whose work has the potential to improve urban education.

UPDATES: Skype (x2) Invite for 10/25/16

Any news?

Boston University (MA) - TT Assistant Professor of Deaf Studies and Deaf EducationEdit

The School of Education at Boston University invites applications for the position of a full-time, tenure-track, Assistant Professor of Language and Literacy, with an emphasis in Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. The successful candidate will have an active research program with demonstrated potential to secure external grant funding to support their research. While the specific focus of research is open, the candidate should have expertise in an area related to language acquisition, literacy, or cognitive development of Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing (D/HH) children. The candidate should also have a background in the bilingual (ASL/English) philosophy as it applies to the education of D/HH students. The position will be housed in the Language and Literacy Education cluster in the School of Education. As a tenure track faculty member, the candidate is expected to participate in program and cluster meetings, conduct research, seek and implement external funding support, and engage in creative activity, write and present professionally, and provide service within and outside the School of Education.

This position begins July 1, 2017. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

Review of applications begins November 1, 2016 and will continue until position is filled.

Questions may be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Amy Lieberman (alieber@bu.edu).

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California State University Fullerton (CA) - TT Education SpecialistEdit

The College of Education at California State University, Fullerton, a nationally recognized Hispanic serving institution (HSI), invites applications for a tenure-track position in the Department of Special Education, for an Assistant/Associate Professor in Special Education. The Department provides exemplary teaching credential and Master degree programs in the areas of Mild/Moderate Disabilities, Moderate/Severe Disabilities and Early Childhood Special Education. The department consists of a dynamic and diverse group of faculty scholar/practitioners who thrive on collaboration and innovative ideas. The Department of Special Education provides programs that are accredited by NCATE and the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). The Department works collaboratively with colleagues in the College of Education (this includes the Departments of Educational Leadership, Elementary and Bilingual Education, Literacy and Reading Education, and Secondary Education).

Position: We seek a colleague and scholar/practitioner with rich experience in special education for the improvement of instruction for students from diverse communities. Preferred candidates are committed, knowledgeable, and experienced in working with under-represented students and find issues in special education compelling both in research and practice. Responsibilities include teaching special education classes and sharing a variety of tasks with colleagues within the department and across campus including advising students. These encompass teaching, public school student teaching supervision, working with diverse learners, student advisement, supervision of graduate level research, grant development, program development, creative and scholarly activities, university service activities, and collaborations with various community schools and agencies. The faculty member is expected to teach undergraduate/post-baccalaureate and graduate courses in the area of Mild/Moderate, Moderate/Severe and/or Early Childhood disabilities; teach face to face, hybrid (partially online), at school-site locations or at the Irvine campus, and 100% online courses using current technology to teach and/or create course content; engage in a focused agenda of scholarly endeavor; and participate in department, university, community and professional service. For additional information about the department programs and courses, see: http://ed.fullerton.edu/sped.

Rank & Salary: The position is at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, tenure-track.

Multiple positions may be hired from this recruitment based on the strength of the applicant pool.

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Central Washington University (WA) - Department Chair/Associate Professor TT, EducationEdit

Job Summary: The Department of Education, Development, Teaching, and Learning (EDTL) at Central Washington University (CWU) seeks an experienced, flexible, creative, and culturally competent teacher/scholar to lead and enhance Department excellence. The successful candidate will facilitate visionary thinking and create a vibrant and culturally inclusive environment for quality teaching, scholarship, and service, using effective interpersonal skills that foster collegial relationships.

Job Duties: The Associate/Professor position will involve an 11-month contract, with the expectation of teaching, engaging in artistic or scholarly activity, and performing Department Chair and other university and/or professional service. Working collaboratively internally and externally of the university the EDTL Department Chair provides administrative leadership encompassing the following major responsibilities:


  • Provide leadership in the planning, delivery, assessment, accreditation, improvement, and development of the academic curriculum in the disciplines housed in the department
  • Further CWU's dedication to diversity and inclusion
  • Administer evaluations, workloads, annual activity reports, and other department personnel matters.
  • Recruit, supervise, and evaluate faculty and staff
  • Apply academic policy, respond to student needs, and participate in student recruitment/retention
  • Coordinate department strategic plan development, review, and revision
  • Prepare department budget request and monitor departmental budget expenditures
  • Oversee the use and maintenance of department facilities and equipment
  • Assist with donor cultivation, fundraising, and promotion of the Department

Minimum Qualifications


  • Doctorate in Education or related field with significant appropriate professional experience
  • Academic record that merits a tenured appointment as an Associate/Full Professor
  • Demonstrated administrative experience
  • At least 5 years of university-level teaching experience in one or more of these areas: Bilingual/TESL, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Literacy, Special Education
  • K-8 certificated teaching experience
  • Evidence inclusivity through recruitment and retention, working with and advocating for diverse faculty/students, and promoting social justice
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal communication skills
  • Experience in personnel and budgetary management

' 'Preferred Qualifications


  • Demonstrated success in grant writing, fundraising, and donor cultivation
  • Success in marketing and promoting university programs
  • Experience with accreditation, curriculum development/alignment, interdisciplinary programming, and professional development schools
  • Demonstrated ability to foster a collaborative atmosphere and inspire trust among faculty, staff, and students
  • Demonstrated excellence in best practice, standards-based instruction
  • Actively engaged in teaching, service, and/or scholarship that supports the success of students from racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds underrepresented in teaching
  • Three or more years of certificated elementary teaching experience

How To Apply: To apply for this position, you must complete the on-line application and attach:


  • A detailed cover letter addressing the required and preferred qualifications as well as position responsibilities;
  • A statement evidencing inclusivity, advocacy, social justice and how teaching, service, and/or scholarship has supported the success of students from racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds that are underrepresented in their field;
  • A curriculum vitae; and
  • The names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three references.

Screening Begins: December 6, 2016, and will close January 4, 2017. 


    • Priority will be given to applications received by the screening date. Incomplete applications will not be considered. http://bit.ly/2fuMILk

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Eastern Washington University (WA) - TT Assistant Professor, Education (Foundations)

The College of Arts, Letters, and Education, at Eastern Washington University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Education to begin mid-September 2017.

The preparation of teachers is central to the mission of the Education Department and the selected individual will work closely with colleagues in all areas of the department. Our undergraduate teacher education program offers a number of education majors resulting in specific Washington State Endorsements for successful teacher candidates. Several foundations courses are required for all elementary and secondary teacher candidates. Foundations core courses are introduction to education, foundations of assessment and elementary and secondary classroom management. Our Master of Education program has options for certified teachers in educational foundations and curriculum and instruction, among others.

We seek an outstanding teacher with successful experience teaching P-12 and foundations courses at the undergraduate and graduate level. Responsibilities will include teaching courses in the areas of curriculum development, assessment, and other foundations courses.

Faculty are expected to engage in effective teaching and assessment of student learning. The candidate selected for this position may be expected to teach face-to-face classes, hybrid or blended classes and/or online classes according to the needs of the department. Additionally, the candidate selected for this position will be expected to offer interest and/or experience in online learning and pursuit of grants, to expand the university's endeavors in those areas.

Required Qualifications:


  • Doctorate degree in Education or closely related discipline (or ABD, with doctorate conferred by 9/16/17).
  • At least two years of full-time contracted teaching experience in a PK-12 setting or equivalent.
  • Demonstrated expertise in the area of curriculum and instruction; expertise may be assessed based on coursework, teaching experience, research, and/or P-12 experience.
  • Candidate must demonstrate interest, ability and/or experience promoting cultural competency and/or diversity.

Preferred Qualifications - Preference may be given to candidates who offer one or more of the following preferred qualifications:


  • Record of ability to foster community relationships and engage in learning collaboratively with students, community partners, staff, and colleagues.
  • Experience with curriculum development and assessments aligned with Common Core State Standards and Smarter Balanced testing.
  • Evidence of scholarly publication.
  • Interest and/or experience in pursuit of grants.
  • Three or more years of full-time, paid experience in teaching at the P-12 levels in public or private schools.
  • Expertise in instructional media/technology integration; expertise may be assessed based on coursework, teaching experience, research, and/or P-12 experience.

Screening of applications will begin after the Christmas holidays. Apply at: http://bit.ly/2g1Okfk

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Eastern Washington University (WA) - TT Assistant Professor, Literacy

The College of Arts, Letters, and Education at Eastern Washington University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Education to begin mid-September 2017. The preparation of teachers is central to the mission of the Education Department and the selected individuals will work closely with colleagues in all areas of the department.

Our undergraduate teacher education program offers a P-12 reading/literacy major that results in the Washington State Reading Endorsement for successful teacher candidates. Our Master of Education program has options for certified teachers in literacy and curriculum and instruction, among others. We also offer core reading/literacy courses that all elementary and secondary teacher candidates are expected to take.

We seek an outstanding teacher with successful experience teaching reading/literacy education and courses at the undergraduate and graduate level. Responsibilities will include teaching courses in the areas of reading/literacy development, reading/literacy methods as well as foundations courses. Faculty are expected to engage in effective teaching and assessment of student learning. The candidate selected for this position may be expected to teach face-to-face classes, hybrid or blended classes and/or online classes according to the needs of the department.

Additionally, the candidate selected for this position will be expected to offer interest and/or experience in online learning and pursuit of grants, to expand the university's endeavors in those areas.

Required Qualifications:


  • Doctorate level degree in Education with an emphasis in literacy, reading, or writing or a closely related discipline (ABD confirmed by 9/16/17).
  • At least two years of full-time, paid experience in teaching reading/literacy at the P-12 classroom level or equivalent.
  • Demonstrated expertise in reading/literacy; expertise may be assessed based on coursework, teaching experience, research, and/or P-12 experience.
  • Interest and/or experience in pursuit of grants.
  • Candidate must demonstrate interest, ability and/or experience promoting cultural competency and/or diversity.

Preference may be given to candidates who offer one or more of the following preferred qualifications:


  • Record of ability to foster community relationships and engage in learning collaboratively with students, community partners, staff, and colleagues.
  • At least two years of full-time, paid experience in teaching reading/literacy at the P-6 classroom level or equivalent.
  • Experience with P-6 evidence-based literacy instructional methods (preference for SBRR), Common Core State Standards, three tier model of literacy instruction, culturally responsive instruction, and/or literacy within STEM areas.
  • College level teaching experience modeling evidence-based literacy instruction.

Recruitment will be open until further notice. Screening of applications will begin after the Christmas holidays. APPLY HERE: http://bit.ly/2fY6n3N

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Eastern Washington University (WA) - TT Assistant Professor, Special Education

The College of Arts, Letters, and Education at Eastern Washington University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Education to begin mid-September 2017. The preparation of teachers is central to the mission of the Education Department and the selected individual will work closely with colleagues in all areas of the department.

Our program currently offers the following special education certification options:


  • Special Education/Elementary Education Dual Major (Candidates are endorsed to teach Special Education grades k-12 AND Elementary grades k-8)
  • Add-on Special Education Endorsement
  • Early Childhood Education with Special Education Option
  • Early Childhood Special Education Minor
  • Special Education Minor (Minors do not meet a State of Washington Special Education endorsement).

If someone is already certified, they may add-on a special educations endorsement.

Our program is looking to develop additional program options with the goal of reducing the shortage of special education teachers in Washington State and across the Nation. We seek an outstanding teacher with successful experience teaching in birth to 21 special education settings as well as teaching special education courses at the undergraduate level. Responsibilities will include teaching courses in special education. Faculty are expected to engage in effective teaching and assessment of student learning. The candidate selected for this position may be expected to teach face-to-face classes, hybrid or blended classes and/or online classes according to the needs of the department.

Additionally, the candidate selected for this position will be expected to offer interest and/or experience in online learning and pursuit of grants, to expand the university's endeavors in those areas.

Required Qualifications:


  • Ph.D. or Ed.D. in special education or a related field (ABD confirmed by 9/16/17).
  • Minimum of three years of successful teaching experience in birth to 21 special education settings or the equivalent.
  • Record of ability to foster community relationships and engage in learning collaboratively with students, community partners, staff, and colleagues.
  • Successful college teaching experiences.
  • Interest and/or experience in pursuit of grants.
  • Experience teaching diverse populations and engaging with diverse communities.
  • Interest, experience and/or ability promoting cultural competency and/or diversity
  • Experience with using research-based instructional methods for students with disabilities and applied behavior analysis.

Preference may be given to candidates who offer one or more of the following preferred qualifications:


  • Expertise in the area of transition for students with disabilities
  • Expertise in instruction and assessment of students with severe disabilities
  • Evidence of research utilizing principles of applied behavior analysis
  • Experience using applied behavior analysis in birth to 21 special education settings.

Screening of applications will begin after the Christmas holidays. All materials will be held in strictest confidence; references will not be contacted until candidates have been notified. Apply here: http://bit.ly/2fug2Tz

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Florida State (FL) - Assistant Professor in Reading/Literacy InstructionEdit

The College of Education and the Florida Center for Reading Research at Florida State University seek an energetic scholar in the area of reading/literacy for an assistant professor tenure-earning position to start in Fall 2017. The position will involve teaching, research, and service in the School of Teacher Education, and will be made jointly with the Florida Center for Reading Research. Affiliation with the Florida Center for Reading Research carries a reduced teaching assignment with correspondingly high expectations for research. Applicants with expertise and research interests in school-based reading instruction/intervention are encouraged to apply. We are particularly interested in scholars who study diverse populations of learners in middle and secondary school settings, however strong candidates studying other populations will certainly be considered.

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George Mason (VA) - Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Special Education (Assistant/Associate)Edit

Due 10/17/16 The George Mason University College of Education and Human Development (www.cehd.gmu.edu) is seeking to add a tenure-line or term faculty colleague (assistant/associate professor rank) in an inclusive Early Childhood Education/ Early Childhood Special Education program focused on preparing teachers, researchers, and other professionals to work with children, birth through age eight, and their families.

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Georgia Southern University (GA) - Asst. Prof. of Educational Leadership (HIED)Edit

UPDATES: Skype interview schedule for last week of October

Georgia State University (GA) - Assistant Professor in Language and LiteracyEdit

Georgia State University (www.gsu.edu) invites applications for one anticipated tenure-track (rank of Assistant) faculty position to contribute to its funded initiative: Research on the Challenges of Acquiring Language and Literacy. This anticipated position is part of a major initiative to enhance existing strengths in language and literacy at Georgia State and continues our successful hiring in this area. The focus of this initiative is research with children and adults, with or without disabilities, who face challenges in acquiring language and literacy. In this university-funded initiative, more than 40 faculty members from 10 departments in the Colleges of Arts & Sciences and Education & Human Development come together to engage in interdisciplinary research. The initiative’s faculty has a broad range of external support including two national research and development centers from the Institute of Education Sciences in the areas of deafness and adult literacy and grants from the National Institutes of Health including a learning disabilities research innovation hub on reading and reading disabilities of African American children and a program project on neurocognitive factors for children with developmental dyslexia.

We encourage applicants whose program of research addresses basic or applied, conceptual or methodological issues concerning challenges in the acquisition of language and literacy with a particular interest in intervention research. Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree in special education, psychology, educational psychology, communication sciences and disorders or related areas. The appointment is open to all programs within the initiative. The successful applicant will be the individual who is prepared to take advantage of the interdisciplinary collaborative research opportunities available within the Language & Literacy Initiative, have a strong record of programmatic research, obtain external grant support, and have a commitment to and experience in the instruction of undergraduate and graduate students. We are particularly interested in applicants whose research programs complement other faculty within this initiative(www.researchlanglit.gsu.edu).

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Georgia State University (GA) - TT Assistant/Associate Professor in Special Education – Autism Spectrum Disorder (Log #-18-010)Edit

The Department of Educational Psychology, Special Education, and Communication Disorders invites applications for a tenure-track assistant/associate professor position in Special Education.

Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities include conducting research in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), seeking external funding to support research as appropriate to the area of inquiry, teaching courses in the department’s Special Education program, and providing service to the community. Additional responsibilities include mentoring graduate students; advising students in the ASD concentration; serving on departmental, college and university committees; and participating in professional organizations and conferences.

Qualifications: Qualifications include an earned doctorate in special education with an emphasis in ASD or a related discipline; evidence of scholarly work related to learners with ASD; experience teaching courses addressing content across the spectrum of ability levels of students with ASD; strong background in the current trends and issues in ASD; and strength as a researcher as well as a scholar/teacher. Preference will be given to candidates who are board certified behavior analysts (BCBA) and to those who have a strong methodological background and a well-defined research program that is supported by funding from sources that use a rigorous peer review process.

Applications/Nominations: Interested applicants should submit: (1) a letter of interest establishing qualifications for the position, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) official transcript of highest degree earned,(4) two samples of scholarly writing (e.g., peer-reviewed journal publications), and (5) three letters of recommendation. Submit application materials to: Ruth Ebenezer-Cook, Georgia State University, College of Education & Human Development, Department of Educational Psychology, Special Education, And Communication Disorders P.O. Box 3979, Atlanta, GA 30302-3979.

For additional information, contact lfredrick@gsu.edu.

Preference will be given to applications with supporting documents received by October 17, 2016, but the position will remain open until a suitable candidate is selected. 

UPDATES:

10/28 email confirming app materials were received.

11/8 Skype interview invitation (scheduled for Nov 14-17).

Georgia State University (GA) - FT Clinical Assistant Professor in Early Childhood - English Language Learners and Literacy (Log #18-011)Edit

The Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education is seeking a permanent full-time clinical assistant professor with expertise in young children who are English Language Learners, literacy, and supervision.

Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses and supervising field experiences. Additional responsibilities include supervising teacher education students in internship placements; advising students; serving on department, college, and university committees; and participating in professional organizations.</p>

Qualifications: Qualifications include an earned doctorate in Early Childhood and Elementary Education or a related field and experience in and commitment to working with diverse students in urban settings. Successful applicants will have at least three years of professional experience with young children, especially young English Language Learners, and experience teaching field-based courses.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest describing qualifications for the position, curriculum vitae, official transcript of highest degree earned, example of scholarly writing, and three letters of recommendation from individuals within the field of interest. Email application materials to COEECEJOBS@gsu.edu. Inquiries should be addressed to Dr. Laura May at lauramay@gsu.edu.

Preference will be given to applications with supporting documents received by October 17, 2016, but the position will remain open until a suitable candidate is selected. This clinical assistant professor position is available starting in fall 2017.

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Hunter College CUNY (NY) - Assistant Professor of Applied Behavior AnalysisEdit

Due 1/9/17. Link: http://cuny.jobs/new-york-ny/assistant-professor-applied-behavioral-analysis-special-education/BBF3AD8D825443F0ACCB08699933190E/job/

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George Washington University (DC) - Assistant Professor of Higher Education AdministrationEdit

Link: https://www.gwu.jobs/postings/38740

UPDATES:

Any news? (12/5)


New York University (Steinhardt) (NY) - Assistant/Associate Professor of Sociology of EducationEdit

Link: https://apply.interfolio.com/37523

UPDATES:

Any news? (12/5)


Pacific Lutheran University (WA) - TT Assistant or Associate Professor, EducationEdit

General Description: The Department of Education at Pacific Lutheran University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the level of Assistant/Associate Professor to begin September 1, 2017. The Department of Education is seeking an individual to contribute to the on-going work or teacher preparation in the South Puget Sound region. The ideal candidate will have established a record of teaching excellence with in-depth knowledge of curriculum, instruction and assessment. The successful candidate will be able to integrate common Core Standards and the Education Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) into their courses.

Hiring Range: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience + benefits package

Work Schedule: Full-time, tenure-track assistant/associate professor position beginning September 1, 2017. Some weekends may be required. January term course instruction is expected and limited summer teaching is available but not guaranteed.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities: Teach graduate and undergraduate courses in foundations of education, secondary literacy strategies for both strong and struggling readers, general instructional methodology, expertise in Problem Based Learning strategies and additional options depending on the experience and expertise of the candidate. The successful candidate may also teach an education related WRIT 101 seminar or FYEP 190 seminar.


  • Some existing achievement in scholarship is expected (presentations or publications).
  • Service to the department, university and profession are expected.
  • All department faculty members are expected to contribute to the First Year Experience program as needed.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities


  • Background in Foundations in Education, Secondary Literacy, Instructional Methodology and Problem-Based Learning.
  • In addition to a strong background in foundations, we are seeking someone with complementary preparation in one of the following areas: English language learners (ELL), special education, and/or leadership studies.
  • Established a record of teaching excellence with in-depth knowledge of curriculum, instruction and assessment.
  • The successful candidate will be able to integrate common Core Standards and the Education Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) into their courses.
  • Leadership capacity including willingness and ability to help lead the department toward our mission and the PLU mission.
  • Attitude of service.
  • The successful candidate will also have or be able to develop strong relationships with local teachers/principals/district personnel.

Required Qualifications:


  • Ph.D. or Ed.D. ABD will be considered, but Ph.D. must be in hand by September 1, 2017.
  • Faculty teaching experience in required fields

Review of applications will begin immediately, but the position will remain open until filled. http://bit.ly/2gI8yNs

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Pennsylvania State University (PA) - Assistant/Associate Professor in the Center for the Study of Higher EducationEdit

Link: https://psu.jobs/job/66850

UPDATES:

Any news? (12/5)

Campus interviews for week of 12/5

Purdue University (IN)  - Assistant Professor of Literacy & Language EducationEdit

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Literacy and Language Education beginning August, 2017. The successful candidate will be required to:

  • Teach undergraduate courses as part of the elementary education program as well as graduate literacy and language courses
  • Coordinate school-based practicum
  • Recruit, advise and mentor graduate students
  • Develop a strong area of research and scholarship that informs theory and effective practice in literacy education, and seek external funding in support of that scholarship
  • Collaborate on learning, discovery, and engagement activities within the College of Education, across the university, and with K-12 schools

An earned doctorate in literacy education with an emphasis in elementary reading is required. Expertise in literacy assessment and literacy instruction for struggling readers; K-6 teaching experience or equivalent school-based/outreach experience; and experience with technology relevant to literacy teaching, learning and assessment are preferred. Candidates are expected to work collaboratively within the department, college, and university as well as with practicing professionals in K-12 schools, and to demonstrate a commitment to diversity and equity in education through their scholarship, teaching, and/or engagement.

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Sonoma State University (CA) - Assistant Professor in English Education, Tenure TrackEdit

The Department of English at Sonoma State University seeks dynamic candidates with proven teaching and leadership abilities in English education as well as interest in writing program development for a newly created tenure-track position. Appointment will be made at the Assistant Professor level. Required qualifications: Ph.D. in English, English education, or a closely related field. ABD’s will be considered if the degree is in hand by August 21, 2017. Additional required qualifications include expertise in current approaches to the teaching of literacy and composition, and evidence of culturally sensitive pedagogy and principles. Candidates with a strong background in teacher preparation and a commitment to educational equity and disciplinary innovation are of particular interest. Desirable qualifications include several years of teaching experience at the secondary (6-12) level; university teaching experience; composition; writing pedagogy; writing program development; literature, especially young adult literature; linguistics; familiarity with CCSS; evidence of a commitment to diversity and equity in education through scholarship, teaching, and/or engagement; knowledge of and experience working with multicultural and multilingual populations in public schools; and experience in collaborative work with teachers.

The selected candidate will teach three courses per semester. To be recommended for tenure, the candidate must demonstrate satisfactory performance in four areas: teaching effectiveness; scholarship, research, creative achievement and professional development; service to the University; and public service and service to the community. Application deadline: November 21, 2016. To apply, please visit: https://www.sonoma.edu/jobs/. Candidates from underrepresented groups and women are strongly encouraged to apply. Sonoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

The deadline to apply to this position is by November 21, 2016.

Questions concerning this position may be directed to:

Dr. Catherine Kroll, Search Committee Chair
kroll@sonoma.edu
(707) 664-2966

Questions concerning the application process may be directed to: facultysearch@sonoma.edu.

104269 - PLEASE REFER TO THIS NUMBER ON ALL CORRESPONDENCE AND INQUIRIES REGARDING THIS POSITION.

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Temple University (PA) - Assistant/Associate Professor of Higher EducationEdit

Link: http://www.ashe.ws/jobs_listing.asp?id=125

UPDATES:

Any news? (12/5)


Texas State University (TX) - TT Assistant Professor in Elementary EducationEdit

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Texas State University, a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI), invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Elementary Education. We seek candidates who share our commitment to educational equity, to social justice, and to the recruitment and high-quality education of students from traditionally underrepresented communities, including, but not limited to, Latino students. Our teacher education programs, which have strong field-based experiences, have a rich history and long reputation of excellence in graduating quality teachers. All Elementary Education teacher candidates receive training and certification in ESL education as part of their initial Texas teaching certification programs. We invite candidates who are committed to joining our faculty in the pursuit of high quality multilingual and multicultural education for Texas public schools and for the communities they serve.

Review of applications will begin on December 15, 2016 and will remain open until filled. Only applications submitted through the Texas State University website, https://jobs.hr.txstate.edu/postings/18323, will be accepted and considered.

Please contact Dr. Minda Lopez at minda.lopez@txstate.edu, Faculty Search Committee Chair, if you need additional information about this position.

Review Date: 12/15/2016

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Texas State University (TX) - TT Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in Developmental EducationEdit

Job Posting Number 20170042FAC Job Location San Marcos Department Curriculum And Instruction Position Description Texas State University is seeking to fill a tenure-track assistant professor or associate professor position in the graduate program in developmental education. Developmental education is a field of research, policy, and practice focused on student success at the postsecondary level. The field aims to understand and support all students in postsecondary contexts, but especially students who struggle and students who are identified as academically underprepared.

The graduate program in developmental education is housed within the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education. This innovative and rapidly growing program offers Ph.D., Ed.D., and M.A. degrees in developmental education with three specialization areas: developmental literacy, learning support, and developmental mathematics. The search committee is looking for a candidate with the expertise and ability to serve in the developmental mathematics and/or learning support specialization areas. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply, and especially those who are linguistically or culturally diverse, or who can contribute diverse perspectives to our program and university. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to: • Publishing peer-reviewed research at national and international levels in the areas of developmental education and/or related fields. • Seeking external funding in developmental education and/or related fields. • Presenting on research and practice at local, national, and/or international conferences. • Teaching doctoral and master’s-level courses. Course topics include, but are not limited to, theory, research, and pedagogy with a focus on developmental education and/or related postsecondary contexts. • Serving on thesis and dissertation committees. • Recruiting, advising, and mentoring graduate students. • Working collaboratively with faculty, students, and staff. • Engaging in service at the departmental, college, university, and professional levels.

Letters of recommendation will be required prior to interviews.

The selected candidate will be required to provide official transcripts from all degree-granting universities.

Proposed Start Date Fall 2017 Open Date Review Date 11/22/2016

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Texas State University (TX) - TT Assistant Professor in Special EducationEdit

Texas State University Department of Curriculum and Instruction is seeking to fill a tenure-track position in special education at the assistant professor level. This is a full-time position with a nine-month academic year appointment beginning in Fall 2017. The special education program is housed within the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education. This innovative and rapidly growing program offers undergraduate teacher certification, and graduate programs in teacher certification, autism, behavioral disorders, and learning disabilities.

We are seeking a faculty member to help support and expand our teacher education programs (graduate and undergraduate). We encourage all qualified candidates to apply, and especially those who are linguistically or culturally diverse, or who can contribute diverse perspectives to our program and university. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Delivering quality instruction in undergraduate and/or graduate courses in the Special Education program. • Pursuing a focused area of scholarship that includes scholarly collaborations with faculty and students, and that culminates in refereed publications, professional presentations, and submitted grant proposals (i.e. external funding). • Advising special education graduate students. • Developing and participating in collaborative partnerships with other Texas State programs and area schools. • Mentoring students, and assisting with student support and recruitment activities. • Engaging in service at the program, university, and profession levels.

Application Procedures Review of applications begins October 14, 2016, and will continue until the position is filled. Only applications submitted through the Texas State University website, https://jobs.hr.txstate.edu/postings/17872, will be accepted and considered. 

Proposed Start Date Fall 2017 Open Date Review Date 10/14/2016

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Texas State University (TX) - Associate Professor or Professor in Elementary Bilingual EducationEdit

Job Posting Number 20170036FAC Job Location San Marcos Department Curriculum And Instruction

Position Description: Texas State University is a designated Hispanic serving institution. To this end, we value community engagement, diversity, student success, and a special focus on social justice. We are seeking to fill a tenured faculty position at the rank of associate professor or professor in elementary bilingual education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education. This is a full-time position with a nine-month academic year appointment beginning in Fall 2017. The selected faculty member will: 1) deliver quality instruction in undergraduate and graduate courses in the elementary bilingual education program; 2) expand a focused area of scholarship in bilingual education or in a closely related field (i.e., multilingualism, multiculturalism, multilingual literacies, language policies and practices, teacher education) that culminates in nationally/internationally refereed publications, professional presentations, submitted grant proposals (i.e. external funding), and scholarly projects with faculty and students; and, 3) provide leadership by helping to grow the bilingual education graduate and undergraduate programs. The salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Application Procedures: Review of applications begins October 15, 2016, and will continue until the position is filled. Only applications submitted through the Texas State University website, https://jobs.hr.txstate.edu/postings/17871, will be accepted and considered. 

Inquiries about this position may be directed to Dr. Mary Esther Huerta at mehuerta@txstate.edu, Faculty Search Committee Chair.

Proposed Start Date Fall 2017

Review Date 10/15/2016

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University of Arizona (AZ) - Assistant Professor in the Center for the Study of Higher EducationEdit

Link: https://uacareers.com/postings/14153

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University of California, Irvine (CA) - Assistant or Associate Professor of EducationEdit

Link: https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/apply/JPF03737

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University of Georgia (GA) - Assistant Professor of Higher EducationEdit

Link: https://facultyjobs.uga.edu/postings/1169

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University of Houston-Downtown (TX) - Assistant Professor of Special Education with an Emphasis in Early Childhood PK-2Edit

Job Description The Department of Urban Education (UE) at the University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) is seeking applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level. The position requires an earned doctorate (by 6/30/17) in special education from an accredited institution. or equivalent; a strong background in special education/moderate disabilities, evidence of ongoing research and scholarly productivity, and teaching experience in varied PK/12 settings; understanding special education processes, and experience with diagnostics/assessment and/or behavior management, at least three years full-time teaching experience as a K-12 classroom teacher, preferably in a public school setting (PK-2); a commitment to excellence in teaching, including the ability to model exemplary methods for working with diverse populations of learners; the ability to use instructional technology; demonstrated accomplishments in scholarship and service in a university setting; and a willingness to collaborate extensively with other professionals in elementary and secondary education, including those in local schools and professional organizations. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Candidates must have demonstrated ability and/or interest in teaching in a multi-ethnic, multicultural environment. Demonstrated understanding of current trends, challenges, legislation, and legal dimensions in special education. Requirements Requirements: Earned doctorate (by 6/30/17) in special education or closely related field. At least three (3) years of experience in PK-2 settings Preferred Qualifications Preferred Qualifications: Experience integrating PK-2 fieldwork in the preparation of special educators. Knowledge of online instruction and instructional technology. Experience in creating/leading professional development activities for teachers. At least one peer-reviewed publication. Knowledge of standards for professional organizations (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). Security Sensitive Position Yes Employee Class Faculty

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University of Houston (TX) - Assistant Professor in Higher Education Leadership & Policy StudiesEdit

Link: https://jobs.uh.edu/postings/32767

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University of Illinois at Chicago (IL) - TT Assistant Professor of Special EducationEdit

The College of Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), ranked in the top 50 Colleges of Education in the nation, seeks a dynamic faculty member with focus on young children with low-incidence and multiple disabilities. Qualifications include earned doctorate in Special Education; strong potential for publication and external funding, commensurate with an Assistant Professor position at a Research Intensive University; interest and skill in teaching and mentoring graduate students; a program of research that is appropriate for urban settings with consideration of ethnic, cultural, and linguistic diversity; and the ability to work collaboratively with professionals and practitioners within and outside the College of Education This faculty member will contribute to a tradition of research, teaching, personnel preparation, and urban education in a setting with excellent opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. The ideal candidate will have a coherent program of research in Special Education, teaching experience with young children with disabilities (ages birth-8), and the potential for securing external funds. (deadline 12/5/16)  https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=72459

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University of Iowa (IA) - Open Rank Professor in Higher Education and Student AffairsEdit

Link: https://jobs.uiowa.edu/faculty/view/69697

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University of North Carolina Charlotte (NC) - TT Assistant Professor of English: English EducationEdit

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte invites applications for the position of assistant professor of English specializing in English Education, beginning August 2017. This appointment is a 9-month tenure-track position.

Required qualifications: Ph.D. in English Education or a closely related field; experience teaching English at the middle or high school levels; evidence of a strong potential for gaining external funding; evidence of potential for successful teaching at the university level; evidence of a commitment to continued scholarly activity; and a commitment to promoting diversity in the department and college.

The appointment will be in the Department of English, which participates in a joint doctoral program in Curriculum and Instruction (with the College of Education) and collaborates with a number of other curricular areas and centers on campus, including the Charlotte Teachers Institute (http://www.charlotteteachers.org). The Department of English comprises 34 full-time faculty and offers BA and MA degrees with area emphases in English Education, Literature, Creative Writing, Children’s Literature, Linguistics, and Professional/Technical Writing. The program has over 400 majors and more than 60 graduate students. The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, the largest college at UNC Charlotte, houses 20 departments in the humanities, social sciences, physical sciences and military sciences, as well as 24 applied research centers and interdisciplinary programs. It offers eight doctoral degrees, 34 master's degrees and graduate certificates and 34 undergraduate degrees. The teaching load for tenure-track faculty in their first six years is 2/2; in subsequent years it is set in relation to research productivity.

For consideration, please apply online at https://jobs.uncc.edu with a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, an unofficial transcript, and a research statement; a full dossier should be available upon request. Screening of applicants will begin October 16, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. Please direct inquiries to the chair of the search committee, Dr. JuliAnna Ávila (javila1@uncc.edu).

UNC Charlotte, North Carolina’s urban research university, strives to create an academic climate in which the dignity of all individuals is respected and maintained. Therefore, we celebrate diversity that includes, but is not limited to, ability/disability, age, culture, ethnicity, gender, language, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status. In compliance with North Carolina law, applicants are subject to criminal background checks. AA/EOE.

https://jobs.uncc.edu/postings/12289

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University of North Carolina at Charlotte (NC) - Assistant Professor of Research, Measurement, and EvaluationEdit

Link: https://jobs.uncc.edu/postings/13100

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University of Oregon (OR) - Assistant Professor - Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education Special Education and Clinical ServicesEdit

Posting: 16180 Location: Eugene. Closes: Open Until Filled

The Department of Special Education and Clinical Services in the University of Oregon’s College of Education invites applications for a faculty position in our nationally ranked Special Education program, with an emphasis on Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education. The position is at the Assistant rank and we are especially interested in candidates whose scholarship focuses on young children birth through 5 years with disabilities and at risk for disabilities. We seek a scholar with the potential to establish and maintain a record of scholarship and extramural funding that complements and adds to our strengths in assessment, dyadic and activity-based intervention for children from birth through 5 years and their families. An interest in teaching coursework focusing on issues pertaining to early childhood assessment, curriculum, family-guided intervention, and social emotional competence and intervention is desirable. The appointment begins September 16, 2017. 

Required Qualifications: Earned doctoral degree in special education or related discipline (e.g., school psychology, early childhood, developmental psychology, child clinical psychology) Established record, or evidence of strong potential, of producing scholarship relevant to early intervention/special education and the needs of diverse children and families Established record, or evidence of strong potential, of obtaining external funding Evidence of working competently with children and families from culturally diverse populations An established record, or evidence of strong potential, of successful teaching, advising, and mentoring undergraduate and/or graduate students in research and practice Demonstrated ability to engage in productive, respectful, collegial relationships with students, faculty, and staff.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience working with infants, toddlers, preschool children with and at risk for disabilities Strong scholarly record in the area of supporting diverse children and families and underserved groups in early intervention/special education Experience mentoring others in conducting and publishing research in early intervention/early childhood special education.

Responsibilities: Teach graduate courses related to early intervention/special education, consistent with program and departmental instructional needs Advise and provide research supervision to doctoral students in the early intervention/special education program Conduct an active, externally funded program of research and scholarship in conjunction with one of our many University or College research centers or institutes (e.g., Prevention Science Institute, Center on Teaching and Learning, Educational and Community Supports, University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities) Provide department, college, university, and professional service appropriate to rank Contribute to program, department, college, and university governance appropriate to rank.</p>

To ensure full consideration, submit materials by 5:00 p.m. PST on October 31, 2016. Review will continue until position is filled.

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University of Oregon (OR) - TT Assistant Professor - Behavior Support Special Education and Clinical ServicesEdit

Posting: 16181 Location: Eugene Closes: Open Until Filled

The Department of Special Education and Clinical Services in the University of Oregon’s College of Education invites applications for a tenure-line assistant professor position in our nationally ranked Special Education program. We are especially interested in candidates whose scholarship focuses on behavior support in school, home, and community contexts. We also seek scholars who have demonstrated, or show potential for, an ability to establish and maintain a record of extramural funding that complements and adds to our strengths in assessment, prevention, and intervention for school-aged children or youth and their families. An interest in teaching coursework focusing on issues pertaining to applied behavior analysis, school-wide behavior support, positive behavior support, classroom management, prevention science, and administrative systems of school-wide discipline is desirable. The appointment begins September 16, 2017. 

Required Qualifications: Earned doctoral degree in special education or related discipline (e.g., school psychology, child clinical psychology) Established record, or evidence of strong potential, for producing scholarship relevant to special education and the needs of diverse students and their families Established record, or evidence of strong potential, of obtaining external funding Evidence of working competently with children and families from culturally diverse populations An established record, or evidence of strong potential, of successful teaching, advising, and mentoring undergraduate and/or graduate students in research and practice Demonstrated ability to engage in productive, respectful, collegial relationships with students, faculty, and staff.

To ensure full consideration, submit materials by 5:00 p.m. PST on October 31, 2016. Review will continue until position is filled.

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University of Pittsburgh (PA) - Assistant Professor of LiteracyEdit

Duties/Responsibilities: Candidate is expected to develop and pursue a strong program of research related to the processes of learning and instruction within K – 12 literacy contexts, especially those with culturally diverse populations. Candidate’s teaching responsibilities may include teacher education, master's and doctoral level courses in literacy education; other responsibilities include mentoring doctoral students, advising master's students, and collaborating with faculty in the Language, Literacy, and Culture Program.

Qualifications: Required qualifications include an earned doctorate in literacy education or closely related field by date of hire; evidence of engagement in high-quality research in language and literacy, and a clear research agenda. Preferred qualifications include experience or potential for obtaining grants; experience in teaching at undergraduate and/or graduate levels; experience working with practicing teachers, school university partnerships, and/or professional development initiatives. A demonstrated commitment to working with culturally diverse populations is desired. Candidates who are intellectually curious, have a critical, social justice, equity-focused orientation to their research, teaching, and service are especially encouraged to apply.

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University of Texas at El Paso (TX) - Open Rank Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and FoundationsEdit

Higher education focus

Link: https://utep.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp;jsessionid=6EFF9D5EF6C9E66F78C9641E6D81FDDD?JOBID=78593

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University of Texas at San Antonio (TX) - Open Rank Professor in Higher Education Research & AdministrationEdit

Link: https://jobs.utsa.edu/postings/4730

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University of Washington (WA) - Assistant or Associate Professor TT, Education (Educational Policy)Edit

THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON SEATTLE, College of Education, seeks to fill a nine-month, full-time position for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in the area of P-12 Policy, Organizations and Leadership (POL) with a focus on educational equity, policy and learning across P-12 settings. Strong candidates would have active research agendas in policy and leadership to improve equity and excellence of learning opportunities and outcomes, addressing such topics as: Supporting professional learning and leadership practice of school and systems leaders; workforce diversity and cultural responsiveness; continuous school/systems improvement and data use to address disparities by race, class, language, ability, LGBTIQ identity, and other historically marginalized identities; systemic instructional improvement to increase opportunities to learn for non-dominant students. A successful candidate would bring a critical lens to their scholarship and a demonstrated commitment to examining and contributing to equitable educational opportunities and systemic transformation. All candidates must have an earned doctorate in a relevant field or discipline such as: educational policy, leadership and organizations; the learning sciences with a focus on leader and systems learning; or sociology, political science or economics.

The faculty member would teach courses on such topics for Ph.D. and M.Ed. students across the College and be a main contributor to practitioner-focused programs (e.g., Leadership for Learning [Ed.D.], the Danforth Principals Program and the Masters in Education Policy [MEP] Program). The faculty member would also have opportunities to contribute to undergraduate programs. We are especially interested in candidates who have a strong interest in and capacity to collaborate with other researchers, practitioners, and historically underserved communities across multiple levels of educational systems. The faculty member will join a team of highly collaborative P-12 POL colleagues who also work closely with faculty across the College on research projects, courses, and partnerships with school systems and community organizations that address essential gaps in knowledge and practice.

The UW College of Education, the nation's No. 2-ranked public school of education, is a vibrant working environment characterized by an atmosphere of supportive and interdisciplinary collaboration, both within the College and across the entire University. The College dedicates its resources to make an excellent education a daily reality for all students and is committed to solving real-world educational challenges and closing opportunity and achievement gaps. 

The College of Education is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and covered veterans.

Applications should include:

(1) A detailed letter describing qualifications for the position, including academic preparation, experience, research agenda, and evidence of teaching and partnerships with school districts, schools or community organizations serving historically disenfranchised youth. Please explicitly address how you see your present and future work as operating at the intersection of policy, learning and equity; (2) Curriculum vitae; (3) Names and contact information for three references. Please do not send letters at this time. The College of Education will request letters for all finalists; (4) Two examples of scholarly writing preferably ones that demonstrate your approach to policy and leadership as well as equity and learning; (5) A statement detailing how your teaching, service and/ or scholarship has supported the success of students from racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds that are underrepresented in your academic field; applicants who have not ­­yet had the opportunity for such experience should note how their work will further the College of Education's commitment to equity and social justice; (6) an email address for further communications.

The committee will begin reviewing applications on November 15th, 2016. The position will remain open until filled. Appointment to commence September 16, 2017. http://bit.ly/2flhmnS

To learn more about the University of Washington (http://www.washington.edu) and the College of Education (http://education.washington.edu), our mission and goals, research and outreach activities, faculty, and academic programs, please visit us on the web.

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University of Washington (WA) - Assistant Professor TT, Education (Instructional Excellence)Edit

THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON SEATTLE, College of Education, seeks to fill a nine-month, full-time position for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of Instructional Excellence in Early Intervention and Special Education. Our new colleague will demonstrate expertise in culturally responsive approaches to supporting early childhood development, early intervention, family-centered practices, evidence-based instructional practices, and inclusive early childhood special education. Strong preference will be given to candidates who also demonstrate expertise in one or more of the following areas: blended early education/ early childhood special education teacher preparation, dual language development in young children with disabilities, equitable identification and representation of culturally and linguistically diverse children and families in early intervention/early childhood special education, and/or culturally responsive family engagement or intervention models.

We seek a colleague whose scholarship, teaching, and service demonstrate experience with, knowledge of, and sensitivity to the needs of culturally diverse and historically marginalized populations of children, families, community members, and educators who are also impacted by disability status. We seek applicants with a doctoral degree in education or a closely related field and whose scholarship enhances the College's ability to transform education for infants, toddlers, and young children with and at-risk for disabilities and their families. Successful candidates will demonstrate experience working in and collaborating with public schools and agencies serving diverse child and family populations, and be dedicated to working in a college of education committed to conducting innovative, translational research that has a direct impact in schools and communities.

We are looking for a colleague who can bring interdisciplinary experience in recent innovations in child development, language development/intervention for dual language learners with disabilities, special education, and teacher education (e.g., dual endorsement programs) while contributing to our highly rated special education program. The new colleague would teach courses in her/his area of expertise to both graduate and undergraduate students and would mentor MEd and doctoral students. The colleague should have a productive research program in an area of special education that contributes to the improvement of teaching and learning. Experience in conducting research in public schools/agencies/programs, working with educators and families as research partners, and success with scholarly writing is required. Preference will be given to candidates with grant writing experience. Excellent communication skills and ability to get along with others are required.

The UW College of Education, the nation's No. 2-ranked public school of education, is a vibrant working environment characterized by an atmosphere of supportive and interdisciplinary collaboration, both within the College and across the entire University.  The College dedicates its resources to make an excellent education a daily reality for all students and is committed to solving real-world educational challenges and closing opportunity and achievement gaps. The College of Education is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and covered veterans.

Applications should include: (1) a detailed letter describing qualifications for the position, including academic preparation, experience, research agenda, and evidence of engaging schools or other organizations serving historically underserved children and families, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) a personal diversity statement describing experiences with and commitment to diversity-related work and equity in research, teaching, service, and/or outreach (4) two samples of scholarly writing, (5) names and contact information for three references from whom letters can be requested at a later date, and (6) an email address for further communications.

The committee will begin reviewing applications on November 15, 2016. The position will remain open until filled. Appointment to commence September 16, 2017. To learn more about the University of Washington (http://www.washington.edu) and the College of Education (http://education.washington.edu), our mission and goals, research and outreach activities, faculty, and academic programs, please visit us on the web. http://bit.ly/2eSH9D9

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University of Washington (WA) - Assistant Professor TT, Education (Critical Perspectives)Edit

The University of Washington, College of Education seeks to fill a nine-month, full-time position for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of English Education.  The Curriculum and Instruction Program, a national leader in research on teaching, teacher learning, and curriculum is a vibrant working environment characterized by an atmosphere of supportive and interdisciplinary collaboration. We invite a broad range of educational scholars with diverse perspectives to join us. We seek a colleague with research and teaching interests at the intersections of secondary English/Language Arts instruction and teacher preparation, critical theoretical perspectives, and youth cultural practices. Further, we seek a colleague whose research is motivated by goals of social transformation as well as classroom transformation and, as such, aims for relevance, impact, and equity in the English classroom and beyond.

We are a College that takes teacher education and the teaching and learning of school subjects as central to our mission. The successful candidate will join faculty who share a commitment to equity, democracy, and justice in education and society. In particular, they join with C&I faculty in the program of Language, Literacy, and Culture as well as colleagues throughout the COE who share commitment to equity pedagogy.

The faculty member who assumes this position will have a productive research agenda, seek external funding, and contribute to the national and local discourse and scholarship around equity pedagogy in secondary English/Language Arts. He/she will teach regularly in the secondary teacher education program, participate in undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs, advise graduate students, and participate in service and outreach activities, including building partnerships with K-12 schools.

Minimum Qualifications: 


  • Earned doctorate in English Education or closely related field
  • Previous higher education teaching and research experience
  • Record of scholarly publications and successful external funding, or potential for each
  • Experience working with underserved populations and/or working on equity issues in grades 6-12 English education
  • Research and teaching with equity focus

The UW College of Education, the nation's No. 2-ranked public school of education, is a vibrant working environment characterized by an atmosphere of supportive and interdisciplinary collaboration, both within the College and across the entire University.  The College dedicates its resources to make an excellent education a daily reality for all students and is committed to solving real-world educational challenges and closing opportunity and achievement gaps. The College of Education is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and covered veterans.

Applications should include: (1) a detailed letter describing qualifications for the position, including academic preparation, experience, research agenda, and evidence of engaging schools or other organizations serving historically underserved and marginalized children and families, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) a personal diversity statement describing experiences with and commitment to diversity-related work and equity in research, teaching, service, and/or outreach  (4) two samples of scholarly writing, (5) names and contact information for three references from whom letters can be requested at a later date, and (6) an email address for further communications.

The committee will begin reviewing applications on November 15, 2016. The position will remain open until filled. Appointment will commence September 16, 2017. To learn more about the University of Washington (http://www.washington.edu) and the College of Education (http://education.washington.edu), our mission and goals, research and outreach activities, faculty, and academic programs, please visit us on the web. http://bit.ly/2eSKlPa

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University of Washington (WA) - Assistant or Full Professor, Multicultural EducationEdit

THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON SEATTLE, College of Education, seeks to hire a nine-month, full-time tenured senior faculty member in Multicultural Education. We are seeking an innovative colleague to join a faculty committed to addressing issues of educational equity through cutting edge research. The faculty member should have a robust research agenda that is driven by educational equity within formal or informal educational contexts but particularly focused on youth.We are especially interested in a scholar who focuses on African American youth, but we strongly encourage other scholars who focus on youth of color, linguistic minorities, immigrants, or other underserved/underperforming youth to apply.The faculty member would teach courses in her/his area of expertise to both graduate and undergraduate students and would mentor MEd and doctoral students.The faculty member would join a group of colleagues from across the College similarly focused on investigating and erasing the educational debt, colleagues that would look forward to ways of collaborating on new and existing projects.

The faculty member will be expected to serve as director of the Center for Multicultural Education, and will be asked to develop her/his vision and guiding principles for the Center as it moves into the future.She/he will be building on decades of high-quality work and outreach and will be expected to expand the Center's footprint in local, regional, national, and international circles. As such, evidence of successful grant development, leadership experience, and compelling research and service toward that end are pivotal. Also, the faculty member will be responsible for managing the overall daily operations of the Center, which includes working with College of Education leadership to devise innovating programing, advance research toward educational equity, and manage operations (including staff and budgeting). Preference is for a full professor but advanced associate professors are encouraged to apply.

The UW College of Education, the nation's No. 2-ranked public school of education, is a vibrant working environment characterized by an atmosphere of supportive and interdisciplinary collaboration, both within the College and across the entire University. The College dedicates its resources to make an excellent education a daily reality for all students and is committed to solving real-world educational challenges and closing opportunity and achievement gaps. The members of the College maintain a set of active partnerships with more than 300 educational institutions in the region, state, and nationschools, school districts, community-based organizations, informal educational institutions, and professional organizations. We are seeking a colleague to join us in conducting research, teaching, and service toward preparing and promoting the education of students and teachers, strengthening relationships between schools and the communities they serve, and informing public policy to help create a more just and caring society. University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research and service.

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Vanderbilt University (TN) - Assc/Full Professor of Educational PolicyEdit

http://peabody.vanderbilt.edu/faculty/faculty-research/open_faculty_positions/092816-associate-or-full-professor-with-tenure-in-educational-policy.php

For inquiries about the position, please contact Professor Carolyn Heinrich,carolyn.j.heinrich@vanderbilt.eduReview of formal applications will begin on December 1, 2016. We will continue to consider new applications until the position is filled.  Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing their qualifications, a full curriculum vita, and the names and contact information of three people who may serve as references. These materials should be sent to: Tammy Eidson at tammy.eidson@vanderbilt.edu  or 414 GPC, 230 Appleton Place, Nashville, TN 37203.

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Vanderbilt University (TN) - open rank TT professor of applied behavior analysisEdit

The Department of Special Education at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University invites applications for a tenure line position in the area of Applied Behavior Analysis. Although the position is open rank, we strongly encourage applications at the assistant and associate levels. The duties of the position are to: (1) develop and/or maintain a nationally recognized program of research on behavior analytic interventions for individuals with or at risk for disabilities, (2) seek external funds to support this program of research, (3) teach courses as part of a BACB-approved sequence to students from a variety of program areas (e.g., low incidence disabilities, high incidence disabilities, early childhood), (4) contribute to the ongoing development of the ABA program, (5) collaborate with faculty across program areas, (6) advise students in the ABA program, (7) partner with local districts and agencies that serve individuals with or at risk for disabilities, and (8) engage in service to the university and field. Affiliation with the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Research on Human Development is possible (http://kc.vanderbilt.edu). 

The successful candidate will hold a doctorate in Special Education or a related field with national certification as a doctoral level behavior analyst (BCBA-D). Expertise and experience in applied behavior analysis, as well as preparing practitioners in behavior-analytic assessments and interventions are necessary.

Candidates should submit an application letter describing their qualifications and how their accomplishments address the expectations noted above. They should forward curriculum vitae, three samples of scholarly writing, and contact information for three people from whom letters of reference may be requested. Screening of applications will begin November 1, 2016, and continue until the position is filled. Questions regarding this position should be directed to Mary Louise Hemmeter, Search Chair (ml.hemmeter@vanderbilt.edu).  Employment will also require a background clearance check.

Application materials should be submitted to: ABA Search, Department of Special Education, PMB 228 Peabody College, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37203 (or electronically to ABAsearch@vanderbilt.edu).

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Vanderbilt University (TN) - TT open rank special education - reading/math disabilities Edit

The Department of Special Education at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University invites applications for an open rank (assistant, associate, or full professor) position in reading disabilities (RD) or mathematics disabilities (MD). The successful candidate will have an important and productive program of research in reading or mathematics disabilities. This may include, but does not require, a focus on education neuroscience. Candidates should also have a history of successful grant writing if at the associate or full professor level, or potential for external funding if at the assistant professor level, and a record of excellence in teaching. Candidates with expertise in early childhood through high school will be considered. Responsibilities include maintaining an important and visible program of research; teaching courses in RD or MD; contributing to the ongoing development of the Department’s undergraduate and graduate programs; advising students; collaborating with local districts and agencies that serve culturally and economically diverse students; and engaging in service to the university and profession. Affiliation is also possible with the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Research on Human Development (http://kc.vanderbilt.edu).

Candidates should submit an application letter, curriculum vitae, three samples of scholarly writing, and contact information for three people from whom letters of reference may be requested. Screening of applications will begin November 1, 2016, and continue until the position is filled. Questions regarding this position should be directed to Doug Fuchs, Search Chair (doug.fuchs@vanderbilt.edu. Employment will also require a background clearance check.

Application materials should be submitted to: Reading Disabilities/Math Disabilities Search, Department of Special Education, PMB 228 Peabody College, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37203 (orLDsearch@vanderbilt.edu). UPDATES:

Washington State University (WA) - Assistant Professor, Mathematics EducationEdit

Summary of Duties: Conduct scholarly research in mathematics education; secure external funding to support the research and professional development missions of WSU; teach graduate and undergraduate courses in mathematics education and undergraduate mathematics courses such as Pre-Calculus and College Algebra; participate in an interdisciplinary team committed to effective teacher education and doctoral student mentoring; develop and maintain collaborative partnerships with professionals in schools, university peers, and community agencies; and initiate and participate in mathematics education activity at the local, state, and national levels.

Required Qualifications:


  1. Earned doctorate in mathematics education or a related field before date of hire;
  1. Demonstrated record of scholarship relative to mathematics education or a related field; and
  1. Practical knowledge of or demonstrated record in K-12 mathematics teaching.

Screening of applications begins January 8th, 2017. Apply here: http://bit.ly/2gdVdI1

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Washington State University (WA) - TT Assistant Professor of EducationEdit

Summary of Duties: Make a significant contribution to scholarship in the field of educational leadership though maintaining active research and seeking external funding. Teach graduate level courses in the Ed.D., Ed.M., and leadership certification programs on topics in two or more of the following areas: evaluation, finance, assessment, school improvement, school law, and human resources. Other responsibilities include advising doctoral students and chairing dissertations; providing service to the university and to the profession at the local, state, and national levels; developing and maintaining collaborative relationships with colleagues within and across campuses, establishing connections with local school and district leaders throughout the region; demonstrating a commitment to diversity and social justice.

Required Qualifications: Earned doctorate in educational leadership or closely related field and a demonstrated record of significant contribution to scholarship, appropriate to rank by the hire date.

Preferred Qualifications: Leadership and/or teaching in K-12 education; evidenced interest or record of teaching via distance learning; ability to provide leadership in an educational context and to work collaboratively with other faculty and K-12 educators; evidenced assessment and evaluation record for making ongoing and systemic programmatic improvements. Desired research areas should relate to any or several of these leadership development areas: principal and teacher evaluation, finance, assessment and evaluation, school law, and human resources.

Application Instructions: Applicants should submit a letter of application that carefully addresses the position description and preferred qualifications; curriculum vitae; 1-2 sample publications if available; and the names, addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of at least three (3) references. Letters will be automatically requested and obtained from the reference provided through the WSU online application system.

Screening of applications begins January 16, 2017. http://bit.ly/2fkUgQv

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Washington State University (WA) - Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor, Educational LeadershipEdit

Summary of Duties: Supervise principal, program administration, and superintendent interns. Teach graduate level courses in the leadership certification programs on topics in two or more of the following areas: evaluation, finance, assessment, school improvement, school law, and human resources. Other responsibilities include providing service to the university and to the profession at the local, state, and national levels; developing and maintaining collaborative relationships with colleagues within and across campuses, establishing connections with local school and district leaders throughout the region; and demonstrating a commitment to diversity and social justice.

Required Qualifications: At least 3 years of building (principal) and district (superintendent) level leadership in K-12 Education. Earned masters degree and administrative certification/licensure.

Preferred Qualifications: Earned doctorate in educational leadership or closely related field; evidenced interest or record of teaching via distance learning; ability to provide leadership in an educational context and to work collaboratively with other faculty and K-12 educators.

Screening of applicants will begin on February 6th, 2017. http://bit.ly/2ezpZhW

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