McDaniel College’s Graduate and Professional Studies invites applications for the position of Coordinator/Lecturer for its graduate program in Curriculum and Instruction. This coordinator/lecturer appointment will begin between June and August 2019. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.
The ideal candidate will have experience teaching at the elementary and or secondary level with a background in curriculum and instruction, educational equity, and English learner education. Online teaching and learning capability and leadership experience is desirable.
McDaniel College’s Curriculum and Instruction program strives to create and promote innovative offerings for practicing teachers across the disciplines in K-12 educational settings. It is also developing partnerships for teacher education in Chinese schools.
The Coordinator provides leadership in and long-term planning for the program. The Coordinator will be responsible for the oversight of the administrative and programmatic structure of the program and will contribute to programmatic planning and changes as needed in collaboration with core faculty. Duties include a 2/2 teaching load with summer administrative responsibility, student advising, oversight and coordination of recruitment, orientation, and other administrative tasks that contribute to the life of the institution. The Coordinator is required to participate in the development of partnerships for teacher education programs in McDaniel College’s emerging Chinese market.
- Doctoral degree preferred
- Experience teaching at the elementary and/or secondary level preferred
- Experience teaching in higher education, graduate level preferred
- Ability to gain the confidence of students, faculty, administrators, and professionals in the field
- Commitment to the educational process and to achieving the goals established within Graduate and Professional studies and McDaniel College
- Be able to work evenings and weekends as deemed necessary
- Be able to travel to meet with off campus partners to determine the suitability of off campus locations and for marketing and recruitment purposes
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational, written and verbal communication skills
- Proficient computer skills (Mac or Windows operating systems), internet, email, presentation software such as PowerPoint or Keynote and database systems such as Colleague
To apply, visit: https://employment.mcdaniel.edu/
Applicants should upload
- a letter of application
- a statement of teaching philosophy
- a CV
Applicants should arrange for three recommendations to be uploaded by the recommenders.