Open Date: 12/14/2018
Date Initial Screening Begins:
Minimum Education/Experience: Doctoral degree in special education or curriculum and instruction; teaching experiences in K-12 settings with individuals with disabilities; documented experience in college teaching of face-to-face and/or on-line courses and eligibility for NC Teacher Licensure. Candidates with Ph.D. or Ed.D. conferred at the time of initial appointment will hold the probationary rank of Assistant Professor. ABD candidates will also be initially appointed with the probationary term rank of Assistant Professor and must have the terminal degree conferred prior to your first reappointment.
Special Instructions to Applicant: Candidates must submit 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, (2) a written statement describing research productivity and agenda, (3) a list of references, including contact information, (4) at least two examples of scholarly works, and (5) a current vitae. Selected candidates will be asked to submit copies of transcripts for relevant degrees and three current letters of reference to: Dr. Stacy L. Weiss, Mail Stop 504, Department of Special Education, Foundations, and Research, College of Education, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858. Finalists will demonstrate teaching skills and present the results of a current research study, as well as plans for future research. If selected for employment, they will have the opportunity to work with the Associate Dean for Funded Research on submitting a proposal for research start-up funds available at East Carolina University. Official transcripts required prior to written contract offer.
Job Duties: Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and/or graduate K-12 special education courses (One or more of the following: behavior, autism, learning and instructional strategies) through on campus and/or online via distance education delivery; supervising practicum experiences and internships; engaging in an active research and publication agenda including grant writing; and providing service to the university, community, and profession.