Itaca College Invites Applicants: Associate Professor and Chair of Education
Posted By: Elynor Moss on November 11, 2019 |
Associate Professor and Chair of Education
Seeking a teacher educator to serve as chair of a growing department with undergraduate majors in secondary education, master’s degrees in childhood, secondary and agricultural education and a thriving education studies minor. Additional area of expertise open. Join our collaborative, growing department beginning August 16, 2020. Visit our website at www.icjobs.org for a full description and to apply. Questions about online application, call (607) 274-8000. Ithaca College is actively building greater diversity in our faculty and staff to broaden our academic experience. Our goal is to create an academic community that is rich with cultural, social and intellectual diversity.
The Ithaca College Education Department (located in Ithaca, NY) invites applications for the position of Department Chair and Associate Professor. This full-time position begins August 16, 2020 (or earlier in the summer, if desired). Our new chair will be creative, possess a deep commitment to diversity, equity and innovative practice in education, and will articulate a well-informed vision for high quality teacher education. The position entails leadership of a growing department that offers undergraduate degrees in secondary education and art education K-12, and masters in secondary, childhood and agriculture education, as well as a robust education studies minor. As a department, we seek a leader who values collaboration, community, and the professional development of all department members. We are seeking outstanding candidates with a demonstrated commitment to supporting, empowering and retaining members of underrepresented groups. Responsibilities include coordinating curricular offerings; directing the undergraduate major and supporting the departmental coordinator of the minor; maintaining and developing community outreach and partnership programs; liaising with other department chairs and campus departments with teacher-education programs; overseeing budget, staffing, and accreditation; and creating an inclusive and affirming culture for faculty, students and staff. We seek a colleague with solid administrative, research and teaching experience who will lead the department and offer courses relevant to our mission and programs. The departmental chair leads with the chair of graduate studies in education, and is supported by the college’s placement, teacher certification and accreditation officers, who are administratively housed in the department. Further support comes from the steering committees for the minor, the urban education field experience, and spring speaker program.
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