Overview

The Department of Educational Leadership and Technology is accepting applications for two tenure-track positions at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in Educational Leadership to begin August 2018. Faculty will be expected to teach masters and doctoral courses in K-12 and higher education leadership to cohort groups, on and off-campus and in the evenings, using face-to-face and distance learning formats; advise and mentor doctoral candidates; establish and maintain an active agenda of research and scholarship, including presentations, publications, and grants; establish and maintain liaisons with administrators, educators, school systems, and educational organizations for collaborative programs and research activities; assist in planning and supporting student recruitment and alumni relations efforts; participate in service to the university, college, department, and community and to state, regional, and national educational leadership organizations.

The mission of the Department of Educational Leadership & Technology in the College of Education is to define and support research-based educational practices that prepare visionary leaders with the knowledge and experience to promote highly effective schools.

Earned doctorate in educational leadership, higher education, or related discipline from an accredited university by hire date.

At least three years of administrative experience in K-12 or higher education or demonstrated expertise in the area of educational leadership through scholarship and teaching in higher education; a record of excellence in or strong potential for mentoring doctoral students, serving on doctoral committees, and chairing doctoral dissertation committees; a record of or strong potential for publication and scholarship, including an identified research agenda; experience with ethnically, culturally, and linguistically diverse populations.

Eligibility for appointment at the rank of Associate professor requires evidence of a high degree of competency in teaching, research, and publication and a minimum of seven (7) years of appropriate total higher education experience. The applicant’s experience must include a minimum of five (5) years of full-time collegiate experience in the teaching field or related area as Assistant or Associate professor.

Eligibility for appointment at the rank of Full professor requires evidence of a high degree of competency in teaching, research, and publication and a minimum of twelve (12) years of appropriate total higher education experience. The applicant’s experience should include a minimum of six (6) years of full-time collegiate experience in the teaching field or related area as Associate or Full professor.