Continuing Track, Assistant Professor - Human Development and Family Studies
University of Delaware
University of Delaware: College of Education & Human Development: Human Development and Family Studies
Location: Newark, DE
The Department of Human Development and Family Studies invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education to teach courses, provide student supervision, and evaluate undergraduate and graduate Early Childhood Education students. We seek an energetic, highly motivated and experienced professional who will serve as a role model and mentor for undergraduate and Master's level university students. This is a continuing, 9-month full-time appointment beginning September 1, 2017.
The Department of Human Development & Family Studies is an interdisciplinary department that focuses on the study of critical social issues affecting individuals, families, and communities, along with disabilities, teacher education and professional development in early childhood (www.hdfs.udel.edu). The College of Education and Human Development is dedicated to finding answers to the problems that confront our communities and schools, and to develop solutions to the challenges faced by children, youth and families around the world. The College includes the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, the School of Education, the Delaware Institute for Excellence in Early Childhood, the Delaware Education Research and Development Center, the Center for Disabilities Studies, and several other research centers (www.cehd.udel.edu).
Duties: The successful applicant will primarily be responsible for teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Early Childhood Education at both the undergraduate and graduate level in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. The candidate will also supervise and evaluate undergraduate and graduate students in field placements. The applicant will be a contributing member of the Early Childhood Education committee and will support the department's Early Childhood Education scholarship mission. The candidate will also engage in relevant administrative duties as assigned. The successful candidate must provide their own transportation to supervision sites.
Qualifications: A doctorate in early childhood education or related field. Teaching certification in Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education and a minimum of three years of successful teaching experience at the early childhood level (infants through grade 2) preferred. Ability to work with diverse populations and excellent communication and interpersonal skills essential. Teaching experience in higher education is desired. The successful candidate will also need to complete all necessary background checks (http://www.cehd.udel.edu/background-check-procedure/).
Applications: Applicants must submit a letter of application, contact information for three references, and curriculum vitae through the online application system (www.udel.edu/udjobs/). Candidates will be notified before references are contacted. For inquiries, contact: Dr. Rena Hallam, Search Committee Chair, 302-831-1011 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Search Committee will start reviewing applications on February 1 and position will remain open until filled.
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