Required qualifications are as follows:
- Terminal degree in Special Education, Educational Psychology, or a related field. Candidates who are ABD may be appointed at the rank of instructor, with conversion to a tenure track appointment upon completion of the terminal degree prior to August 2019. Candidates not completing the Ph.D. by August 2019 may be issued a term contract.
- Training/experience in early childhood and early intervention
- Training/experience in working with students in universally-designed and inclusive school settings, and with students with mild-moderate disabilities
- School-based experience that includes working in special education settings
- Certification appropriate to the role
- Online teaching experience or willingness to develop online skills
- Experience with non-traditional/diverse populations
Duties will include, but are not limited to:
- A 12 credit hour per semester teaching load (additional overload and summer work available)
- Student advisement
- School-based supervision
- Interdisciplinary collaboration
- Scholarship development
- University/department committee work
Screening of applications will continue until the position is filled. Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, copies of appropriate certificates/licensures and a list of three references.