Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of UCEA Annual Convention 2019
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Open Rank Educational Administration and Leadership
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign The Department of Education Policy, Organization and Leadership (EPOL) includes concentrations in Educational Administration and Leadership, Diversity and Equity, Higher Education, Human Resource Development, Learning Design and Leadership, Global Studies, and Social Science and Educational Policy. The individual sought for this position would work within the Educational Administration and Leadership (EAL) concentration, which focuses on the preparation of K-12 school leaders. The EAL concentration offers state licensures in teacher leadership, the principalship, and superintendency, as well as a master of education (Ed.M), Ed.D., and Ph.D. degree offerings. The EAL division is also a member of the University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA).
Associate/Full Professor in Educational Leadership
Texas State University This position involves teaching, research, and service. Specific responsibilities include teaching graduate courses in the Ph.D. in school improvement, the Master’s in educational leadership (with an emphasis on principal preparation), and the Principal and Superintendent Certification Programs. The successful candidate will teach courses on both the San Marcos and Round Rock campuses, and in partnership cohort programs in surrounding school districts. The successful candidate will have an active research agenda and publication record, and a record of service at the program, department, university, and/or professional levels.
Associate Professor of P-12 School Leadership
University of Nebraska-Lincoln The selected candidate will be expected to teach, including research methods courses, and advise in master’s and doctoral programs. This includes supervision of Ed.D. & Ph.D. dissertations. Educational Administration (EDAD) faculty face-to-face, hybrid, & distance education formats in teaching and advising students locally, regionally, & nationally. The person selected for this position will be expected to contribute to recent efforts to expand research expertise to a strong practitioner preparation program. In addition, the selected candidate will be expected to contribute to efforts to enhance the program’s connectivity to P-12 schools and educational organizations across Nebraska and beyond. We are especially interested in individuals with research interests that strengthen our commitment to facilitating opportunity, equity, access, and success across the educational spectrum.
Minimum Qualifications: -Earned doctorate in educational leadership/administration/equivalent (EdD or PhD); -Tenurable at UNL as Associate Professor level with an established research agenda & scholarly record that supports/aligns with the department’s longstanding commitment to equity, access, & success; -Ability to contribute to EDAD P-12 core competencies (Visionary Thinker, Reflective Learner, Servant Leader); -Evidence of successful P-12 teaching experience: -Evidence of successful teaching & advising experience, including record of supervision of doctoral students to degree completion.
Preferred Qualifications: -Evidence of successful P-12 administrative experience; -Evidence of success working with individuals from different & diverse backgrounds; -Evidence of effective collaboration with school districts, state/regional departments of education, & other scholars; -Evidence of potential to secure external funding; -Familiarity with Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED); -Evidence of successful teaching/advising experience using distance education technology.
Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership
William & Mary School of Education Join a collaborative team of faculty, teaching in our innovative M.Ed., Ed.D, and Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership
University of North Florida Teach classes in Educational Leadership at the Masters and Doctoral Levels; pursue an active agenda of scholarly publications and presentations; supervise educational leadership practicum students in the field; serve on doctoral dissertation committees and supervise doctoral candidates; participate in department, college & university committees; provide service to the community and profession. The position also requires a demonstrated ability and commitment to work with diverse populations and to the principles of the Carnegie Project on the Educational Doctorate (CPED), including preparing scholarly practitioners who can construct and apply knowledge to make a positive difference in the lives of individuals, families, organizations, and diverse communities. Moreover, the ideal candidate will be committed to investigating questions of equity, ethics, and social justice to bring about solutions to complex problems of practice. The successful candidate will be expected to establish and demonstrate a scholarly research agenda leading to peer reviewed publications, and book submissions; participate in student advisement including serving and chairing doctoral committees; supervise educational leadership practicum students in the field; recruit highly qualified diverse students; engage in service activities and university governance in accordance with the mission and vision of the program, college and university; and cultivate relationships and partnerships with diverse local schools, districts, organizations and communities.
Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations (Leadership focus)
Millersville University The Department of Educational Foundations at Millersville (PA) University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position beginning August 2020. Candidates for this position should have a strong commitment to preparing graduate students and new school leaders in educational leadership and educational research. Doctorate or ABD in Educational Leadership or related field. Must have evidence of completed doctorate by date of appointment OR, by date of eligibility to apply for reappointment to the second year (1/30/20). We seek a scholar-leader who can work with critically minded colleagues of diverse backgrounds and can contribute to the substantive work of the department and university. This position requires knowledge and experience in the fields of educational leadership and quantitative research.
Department Chair: Educational Administration
Michigan State Univeristy The College of Education at Michigan State University will be searching soon for a Chairperson for the Department of Educational Administration (at the rank of full professor). This Department includes highly respected doctoral and master’s-level programs in K-12 Educational Administration, Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education, and Education Policy. The Department of Educational Administration is one of four departments in Michigan State University’s College of Education, which includes many highly ranked academic programs.
The position description will be posted around mid-December, and will be widely distributed on listservs. Details about the position criteria and the process for application will be available at that time.
Please stop and ask Drs. Terah Chambers and Jada Phelps-Moultrie about this upcoming opportunity.
The Search Committee Chairs are Professors Ann Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Amita Chudgar (email@example.com).