Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of CASP Conference 2022
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Texas A&M University San Antonio We will be hiring two math faculty to start in Fall 2023 - one Tenure Track and one Professional Track. Especially for the professional position, we are looking for someone with expertise in freshman retention, student engagement, and corequisite instruction. Postings should go live in the coming weeks, but in the meanwhile feel free to reach out with any questions! We are a young HSI with a growing enrollment, located in the south San Antonio area.
Faculty Full Time - Nursing
Dallas College Provides students with a written course syllabus that should include items specified by the college and/or Dallas County Community College System. Participates in the evaluation of the instructional process and uses innovative strategies to continually improve learning. Participates in the development and support of their discipline by recommending books and materials, revising curricula, and recommending appropriate teaching assignments.
Inclusive Postsecondary Education (IPSE) program director
Texas State University This position is for the founding Program Director for a new IPSE program housed in the College of Education at Texas State University. The Program Director is responsible for developing, implementing, and coordinating activities and services that support the mission of the IPSE program. The Program Director has responsibility for IPSE program planning and daily operations. Adherence to all Texas State University, state and federal, and funding and compliance guidelines and regulations is expected. The Program Director ensures the quality of all IPSE program activities and services including adapting to IPSE program standards at the state and federal levels. The Program Director has responsibility for fiscal oversight, including seeking external funding and developing contracts that ensure the financial viability of the program. The Program Director is responsible for building an inclusive environment for students with neurodevelopmental differences. In the first year, it will involve program planning and development, recruitment and admission of the first cohort of students, and implementation of the program’s direct services and learning activities with students. We plan to admit 5 students for the Fall 2023 semester and an additional 10 students annually each Fall semester; enrollment caps may increase as the program develops. Ideally, the program will hire a program coordinator position in late Spring 2023 pending funding availability. The position is initially grant funded and will transition to student fee-based funding as enrollment increases.
Department Chair, Curriculum and Instruction
Texas State University We seek candidates who share our commitment to educational equity and to social justice and who are qualified and committed to serving in an HSI, including contributing to campus and departmental environments that are positive and affirming of the race, ethnicity, language, and cultural experiences of Latinx and other minoritized students by utilizing a race-conscious lens, recognizing and embracing the great diversity within our student body, recognizing, and seeking to enhance the cultural wealth and knowledge our students bring to campus and seeking to disrupt deficit-oriented views of learning and teaching.
The successful candidate will lead a large, dynamic department of over 70 faculty, 2000 students, and 6 staff members with the support of administrative staff, associate/assistant chairs, program coordinators, a program director, and faculty. The successful candidate is expected to:
Foster an environment that is inclusive, collaborative, culturally sustaining and values shared governance, equity, dignity, justice, cultural competence, and academic freedom; Recruit, retain, and develop a diverse, high-quality faculty by supporting faculty research, scholarship, partnerships, and external funding efforts; Contribute to the continued advancement and success of the Department through leadership in research, teaching, and service; Contribute to the quality and success of the Department’s educator preparation programs, and support faculty’s implementation of innovative models such as the year-long teacher residency; and Manage the administrative affairs of the Department and advocate for the Department across campus and outside the University.
Part Time Tutors (especially Math and Anatomy & Physiology)
Alvin Community College Responsible for directly tutoring individuals by asking and answering questions and demonstrating examples relating to the subject.
Tutor diverse student populations in various subject areas. Answer academic questions, providing examples relating the subject. Provide analytic and diagnostic services for students increasing effective work results. Process new students assuring individuals' learning needs are met. Provide support services required during semester. Evaluate and recommend tutoring materials. Other duties as assigned.
COLLEGE ACCESS AND SUCCESS ADVISOR ROAD TO SUCCESS
San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) Responsibilities • Monitor and maintain student data and database. Must be able to correct errors by comparing data entered with source documents. • Provide technical support and training to school/district partners and other advising staff, as needed. • Provide additional support to all advising staff, as needed. • Organize, file, and secure all supporting documentation for eligible and non-eligible Partnership Scholarship students and verify grades and attendance using high school transcripts. • Coordinate multiple projects to increase college access and financial aid knowledge for students and help transition students from high school to college. • Provide services to students in five key areas: goal setting, career planning, college entry and enrollment, college affordability and financial aid, and college transition. • Meet with students for one-on-one advising sessions to assess student needs and goals. • Guide and advise students on the college application, admission, and financial aid process. • Guide students through the actual FAFSA/TASFA to ensure correct completion, verification, and acceptance of the financial award. • Guide and assist students with identifying and applying for additional financial resources and scholarships. • Assist students in the transition from high school to college following high school graduation (Summer Melt). • Manage multiple projects, meet deadlines, achieve objectives, and submit timely designated performance plans and reports. • Serve as liaison between SAEP and school staff, coordinating outreach for college access services. • Conduct outreach to increase awareness of services and scholarships with students, school staff and faculty, parents, and the San Antonio community. • Partner with supervisor to develop and implement data-driven, innovative, strategic enhancements to ensure continuous improvement of area/program. • Perform related duties and fulfill responsibilities as required and/or assigned by supervisor.