Assistant Professor of Education
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Department or College - Department of Education Professions
McNeese State University invites qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Professor of Education in the Department of Education Professions. This is a full-time, 9–month, unclassified, (tenure-track) position. This appointment will potentially begin in Fall 2021.
Position Number: F99830
Position Description and Responsibilities
The Assistant Professor in the Department of Education Professions is primarily responsible for functions related to teaching mathematics at the undergraduate and graduate level. Opportunities may exist for teaching courses within the master level courses in curriculum and instruction. Other responsibilities include advising both graduate and undergraduate students; ten office hours a week; supervising residency candidates, assuming committee responsibilities; and performing service activities for the community, college, and university. The Assistant Professor of Education will work closely with the faculty and department chair in the Department of Education Professions.
- Earned Doctorate in Education, with 18+ credit hours in graduate math courses
- Qualified to teach Secondary Math
- Knowledge of Tier 1 curriculum
- Evidence of collaboration with local school systems, community agencies and other professionals
- Evidence of the application of technology
- Experience with data-driven instructional decision making
- University teaching experience
- Qualifications to teach reading methods courses at the graduate level
- Evidence of scholarly activities
- Knowledge of standard requirements: Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC), Louisiana Components of Effective Teaching (LCET), Louisiana Teacher Preparation Competencies, and Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) Standards for Elementary Education.
$55,000; opportunities for summer teaching may be available
Review of applications will begin, and will continue until position is filled.
Application Materials and Contact
Electronic submissions only. Applicants should submit online: Letter of Application, Resume, References (name, phone number, and e-mail address of at least three), and Unofficial Transcripts) for the application process. Please submit the required documents to:
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