Archived Opportunities

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Added October 9, 2017

CSUF is hiring a Director of Upward Bound to launch a new Upward Bound program. Aimed at fostering the next generation of college graduates, CSUF Upward Bound partners with Fullerton Union High School and Savanna High School in Anaheim and the community to provide students and their families with exceptional resources to progress onto college. The project services are designed to increase the number of students progressing onto higher education and who are successful in the baccalaureate and beyond. The Project Director creates tailored academic advisement, academic support, and college access programming for students to ensure that they are provided with the highest quality opportunities to be successful in college. The project serves about 62 students and their parents.

Deadline to Apply: October 20th
For more information visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/csufasc/jobs/1792836/project-director-upward-bound?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs


Added September 27, 2017

IHEP Spring Graduate Research Internship

The Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) is actively seeking a spring graduate research intern for our Washington, D.C. office.  IHEP Research Interns are members of the organization’s research team.  In this role, interns are likely to perform literature reviews, summarize information from postsecondary-themed events and/or new research studies, and support the development of research and policy reports.

Qualified candidates should be pursuing a master’s degree or Ph.D. in an education- or policy-related field and have strong quantitative and qualitative skills. Research experience in higher education is a plus.

Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.

We will review applications on a rolling basis but guarantee a full review to individuals who submit no later than the priority deadline, October 27. To apply, please visit http://www.ihep.org/about-ihep/working-ihep/career-opportunities.

Katherine Wheatle | Research Analyst | Institute for Higher Education Policy | 1825 K Street NW, Suite 720 | Washington, DC 20006 | 202 587 4966 (o) | 202 861 9307 (f) | kwheatle@ihep.org

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Added September 21, 2017

Loyola Marymount University

Tenure-track Positions in Teacher Preparation and Policy/Quantitative Research

Description
The Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles) School of Education is conducting a cluster hire seeking three tenure-track faculty who understand diversity and the experiences of people of color and low socio-economic status. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education seeks a Tenure-Track Faculty with in-depth knowledge of Teacher Preparation.  The candidate will serve as an Associate or Full Professor in the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Specific areas of competency/knowledge should include: PK-12 urban and inclusive teacher education in public, non-public, and charter schools; cultural diversity; special education and inclusion; PK-12 content area(s): STEM, Social Studies, Inclusion, Curriculum/Instruction, ELD, or Educational Assessment.  A record of research, publications, and external funding is required. The Faculty will also teach courses and support all facets of learning environment consistent with the University and School mission.  The Faculty will encourage a culture of learning that values mutual responsibility, ethics, respect, life-long learning, and personal and professional development.Additionally, the Department of Specialized Programs in Urban Education and the Department of Educational Leadership are seeking two Tenure-Track Faculty with in-depth knowledge of educational policy and quantitative research methodology.  The candidates will serve as an Assistant Professor in either the Department of Specialized Programs in Urban Education or the Department of Educational Leadership. The Assistant Professor should be able to guide students in conducting independent quantitative research.  Candidates should have an established record of research and publication as well as a history of successful acquisition of external funding.  The candidate will be able to prepare teachers and leaders to effectively work in education settings that include cultural diversity, students with disabilities, English learners, or gifted and talented.  The Faculty will also teach courses and support all facets of learning environment consistent with the University and School mission.  The Faculty will encourage a culture of learning that values mutual responsibility, ethics, respect, life-long learning, and personal and professional development.
Requirements
For information regarding key job elements, please go to https://jobs.lmu.edu/Qualifications for the Teacher Preparation position include an earned doctorate in Education, Elementary/Secondary/Special Education, or related field.  A minimum of 3 years PK-12 teaching experience is desired.  For the Policy/Quantitative positions, qualifications include an earned doctorate in Education Policy, Quantitative Methods, Research Methods, or a related field.  Applicants should have at least three years of teaching experience, including evidence of successful teaching at the graduate level, guiding students in individual research.  Successful acquisition of external funding, and successful teaching or leadership experience in an urban school that is socio-economically and culturally diverse is preferred. Preferred candidates should evidence the ability to teach and support all candidates at the graduate level, including familiarity with a variety of teaching modalities and online instruction.  Applicants should have a professional interest that aligns with the University and School of Education mission of offering multicultural and social justice education.