We seek applicants who can develop and teach graduate courses in educational leadership; liaise with public school teachers, education stakeholders, and professional associations; and conduct a program of research that focuses on educational leadership. We hope to attract applicants who can teach in a diverse University community and have demonstrated ability in helping students from diverse backgrounds succeed. Application Reviews will begin on December 2, 2019
1. Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership or related field upon start date.
2. Five years’ experience as a licensed or certified K-12 school administrator.
3. Demonstrated skill in Instructional Leadership at P-12 level.
4. Demonstrated cohesive research agenda that includes peer-reviewed publications or presentations.
5. Demonstrated experience working with and engaging diverse students and colleagues.
6. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with colleagues, students and stakeholders within the P-12 educational community.
7. Demonstrated potential for developing innovative projects to develop leadership and improve PK-12 schooling.
1. Recent experience as a school system superintendent.
2. Demonstrated experience teaching educational leadership courses and performing graduate level advising.
3. Demonstrated potential for seeking external funding and grant project management.
4. Experience working with rural or Indigenous communities.
5. Demonstrated commitment to developing partnerships with PK-12 schools and school systems as well as state agencies and other institutions of higher learning.
6. Excellent written and oral communication skills.