Teaching Assistant Professor/Teaching Associate Professor
Open Date: 01/25/2018
Date Initial Screening Begins:
Minimum Education/Experience: Earned doctorate in Educational/Social Foundations (or related areas e.g. General Education; Educational Leadership and Administration; Curriculum and Instruction; or Educational Psychology). All degrees must be conferred and received from accredited institutions. Higher education teaching experience related to multicultural education, diversity issues, and courses similar to those identified in the job description.
Special Instructions to Applicant: To complete the application candidates must upload the following documents online at www.jobs.ecu.edu : (1) a letter of application describing academic background, specific skills, and experiences relevant to the position and (2) A current vitae. Copies of transcripts should be mailed to Dr. Sandra Seay, Search Committee Chair, SEFR, Mail Stop 504, College of Education, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858 or submitted electronically to [email protected] Official transcripts and three original letters of reference are required for employment. Please be aware that if selected as a candidate of choice, an automatic e-mail will be sent to the individuals entered by the applicant in the References section of the PeopleAdmin applicant tracking system. Letters of reference submitted via the PeopleAdmin applicant tracking system will be verified and considered towards meeting this requirement. Any original, signed letters of reference, not submitted via the PeopleAdmin applicant tracking system, should be the mailed to Dr. Sandra Seay, Search Committee Chair via the address provided above.
Job Duties: The College seeks scholars with expertise in the social, historical, philosophical, and psychological foundations of education, particularly as this information applies to the experiences of minority populations in U.S. schools and multicultural education. The person hired for this position will be instrumental in helping pre-service and in-service teachers in our teacher education programs develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to teach and advocate for the growing diversity of learners in North Carolina's public schools. Responsibilities include: teaching primarily undergraduate foundations courses (Learning, Motivation, and Assessment; Introduction to Diversity; and Introduction to American Education), and one graduate course (Introduction to Human Diversity) in both face to face and online environments; and providing service to the department, university, community and profession.