Date: September 10, 2010
Posting Title: Continuing Educator I, Program Director of Education
Department: UC Berkeley Extension, Education and Humanities
Location: Berkeley, CA
Salary: $65,136 (at 40% FTE)
Closing Date: November 15, 2010
Job Number: L10-06
Established by UC Berkeley in 1891, UC Berkeley Extension is one of
the largest and oldest continuing education operations in the United
States. As a self-supporting organization, Extension offers more than
1,500 personal enrichment and professional development classes in
multiple locations around the San Francisco Bay Area and online.
Extension’s enrollments total approximately 31,000 annually.
The Humanities and Education department provides the general public
and Bay Area teachers with approximately 200 courses, certificate
programs, contract training, seminars, and workshops in various
fields. Enrollments in the Humanities and Education department total
approximately 2,000 annually.
UC Berkeley Extension’s Department of Humanities and Education invites
applications for the full-time position of Program Director/Continuing
Educator (CE) to manage courses, contracts and curricula in teacher
credentialing; adult and vocational education; college admissions and
career counseling – a portfolio which offers approximately 20
courses. The Program Director/Continuing Educator (CE) is a 12-month
annual term appointment, renewable contingent on funding and positive
performance. This is not a teaching position. The Program Director/CE
reports to the Director of the Department of Humanities and Education.
The Program Director/CE provides academic leadership and financial
management in a self-supporting environment. Under the general
direction of the Director of the Department of Humanities and
Education, the Program Director/CE works largely independently to
carry out the functions of the position, including substantial
responsibility for the academic quality and administrative aspects of
the portfolio of programs and courses. The Program Director/CE
• Development, administration, and production of new and existing
programs and curricula
• Program evaluation
• Student counseling/advising
• Budget development and financial management in a self-supporting environment
• Marketing planning
• Program promotion (in collaboration with the Marketing Department)
• Instructor recruitment, management and supervision
• Relationship development and collaboration with campus departments,
professional associations, accrediting bodies, advisory committees,
and fellow Extension colleagues.
• Strategic planning
Requirements & Qualifications:
• A graduate degree in education or related field.
• A minimum of three years experience developing curricula and
overseeing educational programs.
• Demonstrated experience in program assessment, development,
implementation and management
• Demonstrated ability to achieve financial results in a highly
competitive self-supporting environment.
• Demonstrated ability to form successful relations with instructors,
campus departments, and professional associations.
• Understanding of California teacher credentialing
• Experience organizing or teaching professional development for educators.
• Experience in outreach to local and state governmental organizations
• An ability to adhere to strict deadlines.
• Excellent interpersonal skills including ability to work well with
individuals of diverse backgrounds.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills.
• Ed.D., Ph.D., or equivalent.
• Teaching and/or private sector work experience.
• Experience with English as a Second Language programs.
Send a cover letter and resume to: Job Code CE-Education, UC Berkeley
Extension, Human Resources, 1995 University Avenue, Suite 110,
Berkeley, CA 94704-7000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For further
information or for a detailed job announcement, please visit our
website at www.unex.berkeley.edu or call (510) 642-0169. Applications
must be received by: November 15, 2010.
Date: September 10, 2010
The School of Education, Loyola University Chicago announces an
Assistant Professor, tenure-track position with primary teaching,
research and service responsibilities in Comparative and International
Education. The selected individual will join faculty in the Cultural
and Educational Policy Studies program who teach in the School's
NCATE-accredited undergraduate and doctoral programs, all of which are
shaped around the School's conceptual framework of advancing
professionalism in the service of social justice. The Cultural and
Educational Policy Studies program area offers specialties in
philosophy, sociology, and history of education and in comparative and
Loyola University Chicago is a Jesuit Catholic, research extensive
university offering 36 doctoral, 77 masters, 30 dual degree, 30
certificate programs, and 69 undergraduate majors across ten schools
and colleges. The School of Education offers degrees at the
baccalaureate, masters and doctoral levels (Ed.D and Ph.D.). For
detailed information see http://www.luc.edu/education. Starting date
is August 2011 with initial review of applications beginning December
The selected individual will teach graduate courses in comparative and
international education, educational policy analysis, graduate
seminars in his or her areas of research interest, and undergraduate
courses in educational foundations. The selected individual will
supervise master's theses and doctoral dissertations, conduct an
active research and publication program, and demonstrate commitment to
serving a diverse student body and profession. Applications are
welcome from scholars from any of the disciplinary areas that fall
within Comparative and International Education (e.g. policy studies,
anthropology of education, economics of education, political science,
sociology of education, history of education) and from any
Required qualifications include: earned doctorate (with an emphasis on
comparative and international education). Desirable qualifications:
teaching experience at the post-secondary level, evidence of scholarly
work other than the dissertation, success in securing research funds
and/or participation in funded projects.
Applicants are asked to submit (1) a letter of interest, (2)
curriculum vitae, (3) two samples of scholarly work, and (4) copy of
the doctoral degree transcript to
www.careers.luc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=53735 Please also
provide the names and email addresses of three individuals prepared to
speak to your professional qualifications for this position. Please
note: these referees will not be contacted immediately, but may be
contacted at an appropriate later point in the
review process. Direct inquiries to: Dr. Noah W. Sobe, Chair, Search
Committee, School of Education, Loyola University Chicago, 820 N.
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60611, email@example.com.
Loyola University Chicago is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer with a strong commitment to hiring for our mission and
diversifying our faculty. As a Jesuit Catholic institution of higher
education, we seek candidates who will contribute to our strategic
plan to deliver a Transformative Education in the Jesuit tradition.
Candidates are encouraged to consult our website to gain a clearer
understanding of Loyola's mission at
http://www.luc.edu/mission/missionandidentity.shtml and our focus on
transformative education at http://www.luc.edu/transformativeed/.
Applications from women and minority candidates are especially
Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is dedicated to building the future of education within one of the largest and most innovative teacher preparation programs in the nation.
We serve more than 5,000 students across four ASU campuses in the Phoenix metropolitan area, and at partner school districts statewide and online. The College is a recognized leader in cultivating mutually beneficial partnerships and using innovative technology to prepare excellent teachers and school leaders who apply evidence-based knowledge that positively impacts students, families, and the community.
Teachers College offers rigorous undergraduate and graduate degree. Our College is dedicated to supporting our faculty members so they can provide excellent instruction to our students and pursue bold scholarship that is changing the face of education. Our award-winning faculty members are recognized for master teaching by the university, community organizations, national and international organizations.
The Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation has a 9 month tenure track position for an Associate or Full Professor to teach, research, and chair dissertations in the Division and to provide leadership in the Curriculum Studies area of focus in a new doctoral degree in Educational Studies.
Earned doctorate in Curriculum Studies or related field;
Evidence of a well-defined program of research with a record of publications commensurate with appointment at a senior level;
Record of service to and professional involvement with the field of curriculum studies, closely related field, in academia and/or in other settings as a curriculum specialist;
Experience in advising graduate students at the masters and/or doctoral level.
Experience with and/or commitment to the use of innovative forms of qualitative research methods;
Experience in and/or commitment to working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment;
Experience with mentoring doctoral students and in guiding them through the dissertation stage of their programs;
Demonstrated success in teaching at the college or university level as evidenced by student evaluations.
Application Deadline and Procedures
Only electronic applications will be reviewed. Applicants are asked to email the following as attachments in .doc or PDF format:
1. A letter of application in which you describe your fit to the position relative to the qualifications listed in this advertisement.
2. Complete curriculum vitae
3. The names and contact information of three references
to Educationjobs@asu.edu , Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ.
Application deadline is December 15, 2010; if not filled, every two weeks thereafter until search is closed. The appointment begins August 16, 2011.
Professor Leo van Lier will be stepping down as editor of The Modern Language Journal effective with the last issue of volume 96 (2012). A new editor will be named effective with the first issue of volume 97 (2013), which goes to press in mid- October of 2012. The new editor will begin receiving manuscripts for consideration in July of 2012.
Although the term of the appointment is not fixed, the new editor should be willing to commit to a five-year term. A modest honorarium and budget for office expenses accompany the position. The individual named editor is expected to name his or her own editorial staff, editorial board, and associate editors.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have a background in Applied Linguistics / SLA / Foreign Language Education; a strong scholarly record; familiarity with quantitative and qualitative research paradigms; be open to an array of theoretical perspectives; experience in carrying out research on the L2 acquisition of languages other than English. Prior editorial experience not required but a definite plus.
Application Procedure: Those interested in being considered for the position should submit as electronic attachment: 1) a letter expressing interest, qualifications, and proposed policies and plans for the MLJ; 2) an up-to-date curriculum vitae; 3) a statement of support from the applicant's dean and / or
department chair outlining the institutional support that would be guaranteed the editor, e.g., release time, a part-time secretary or research assistant. We plan to conduct interviews at AAAL 2011 in Chicago and the 2011 Northeast Conference in Baltimore.
The deadline for applications and nominations is February 28, 2011.
Search committee: Members of the search committee are James P. Lantolf (chair), Richard Donato, Barbara Lafford, Sally Magnan, Ali Moeller, Guadalupe Valdés
Please direct nominations, applications, and inquiries to:
Professor James P. Lantolf, Chair MLJ Editor Search Committee
305 Sparks Building
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802
TENURE TRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR POSITION IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE COUNTY
The Department of Education at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education to begin Fall 2011. Major responsibilities include advising and teaching pre-service undergraduate/graduate K-12 teachers, maintaining an active research agenda and engaging in service related duties. The candidate will have the opportunity to work with members of other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) program areas as well as Professional Development Schools.
Applicants for the position should have an earned Ph.D. or Ed.D. by August 2011 in mathematics education or a related field. Exceptional doctoral candidates near degree completion will receive consideration.
Located between Baltimore and Washington, DC, UMBC is an NCATE-accredited, Carnegie
Research University (RU/H) widely recognized for its commitment to diversity and excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, with a total enrollment of 12,000 students, 40% of whom are minorities. UMBC is especially proud of the diversity of its student body and we seek to attract an equally diverse applicant pool for this position. We have a strong commitment to increasing faculty diversity.
The Department has 21 full-time faculty on tenure-track, clinical, and lecturer lines and serves over 550 graduate students in the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) initial certification program, Master of Arts in Instructional Systems Development program , Master of Arts in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) program, and Master of Arts in Education (MAE) program. In addition, approximately 250 students are seeking initial teacher certification through the Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education undergraduate programs. The Department also partners with six other departments in offering the interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Language, Literacy, and Culture. The faculty is actively engaged in several state and national STEM education related initiatives such as the Noyce Scholars Program, INSPIRES, Teacher Quality Grants, Sherman Scholars Program and STEP T for ELLs.
Applications should include curriculum vitae, a letter of application addressing qualifications, three reference letters, graduate transcript(s), and two scholarly writing samples. Application materials should be submitted to Ms. Pat Gist, Department of Education, UMBC, 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD 21250 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please address any inquiries to the Chair of the Search Committee, Dr. Patricia A. Young (email@example.com). Consideration of candidates will begin November 1, 2010 and will continue until the position is filled.
For information about UMBC and the Department of Education, respectively, please visit: http://www.umbc.edu/ and http://www.umbc.edu/education/.
UMBC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer