The School of Education invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor/Instructor in Childhood Special Education beginning Fall 2018. Responsibilities include: teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in Special Education; supervising student teachers and clinical practice in school settings; advising students in the General Education program, Special Education concentrations, as well as the graduate program; developing collaborative partnerships with local school districts and professional organizations. Candidate must demonstrate a commitment to teaching, scholarship, and service that aligns with the strong social justice mission of the institution. Professional responsibilities shall encompass teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels, advising and mentoring students, maintaining an active research agenda, grant writing, as well as serving on school and college committees.
- Ed.D. or Ph.D. in Special Education or a related field required for rank of Assistant Professor. ABD in Special Education or a related field with the expectation of a timely completed doctorate required for rank of Instructor.
- Experience in special education, as well as a strong background in teaching individuals with disabilities.
- Certification in special education or expertise in the field is required.
- Experience teaching in a multicultural environment preferred.
The successful candidate must be authorized to work in the United States.
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Position Type: Faculty
Official Budget Title: Assistant Professor, 10 mo./Instructor, 10 mo.
Campus Title: Assistant Professor/Instructor
Department: Childhood Special Education
Negotiating Unit: UUP
Salary Grade: NSA5/NSA6
FLSA Status: Exempt