Overview

Central Connecticut State University seeks a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor for the NCATE-accredited Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Instructional Technology beginning fall 2018. Currently offering ELCC-recognized leadership programs including Master (M.S.) degrees in Teacher Leadership and in Educational Technology, post-Master licensure programs for intermediate school leaders (Sixth Year Certificate) and for superintendents, and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership with PK-12 and Higher Education strands, the department provides leadership at national, state, and local levels related to learning and assessment, professional and organizational learning, social justice, education policy, and educational technology.

Required Qualifications:

  • Doctorate in education with emphasis in educational leadership and administration or closely related field of study;
  • A record of excellence or potential excellence in teaching, research, service, and professional participation that merits appointment as an assistant professor;
  • Major specialization in one or more of the following areas: 1) school and district leadership; 2) teaching/learning/cognition; 3) social emotional learning; 4) organizational development, school improvement, and teacher leadership; 5) family and community engagement with schools; and, 6) educational policy;
  • U. S. public school teaching experience;
  • Research that focuses on leading, teaching, and learning in preK-12 settings; and,
  • Commitment to preparing educators to support social justice, equity, diversity, and a culture of success for all children.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Background appropriate to teach research methods, particularly quantitative methods, for advising doctoral student research in topics related to leadership and school improvement;
  • Successful experience teaching educational leadership courses at the graduate level;
  • Content preparation and experience focused on English learners or Special Education;
  • Demonstrated expertise in online course design and delivery;
  • A research agenda that addresses leadership issues including social justice and equity;
  • Experience in U. S. public education as a district and/or school leader; and,
  • Experience with accreditation (CAEP/NCATE/ELCC) and implementation of performance assessment.

For more information and application instructions go to: https://hrat.ccsu.edu/default.php.