Assistant/Associate Professor Educational Leadership

The Educational Leadership Program, within the Department of Educational Leadership and Special Education at Shippensburg University, invites applications for Assistant/Associate Professor to begin the fall semester of 2018. We are looking for an experienced practitioner-scholar to contribute to our programs and develop leadership for 21st century schools and districts.
Duties include:
Teaching Master?s-level, post-Master?s level, and doctoral courses leading to supervisory and principal?s certification, the Master of Education Degree, the Superintendent?s Letter of Eligibility, and the Doctor of Education Degree
Advising and mentoring responsibilities including service on dissertation committees
Assisting the department with administrative and/or committee work
Supervising aspiring leaders in administrative field experiences
Participating in college and university committee responsibilities
Developing, establishing, maintaining, and expanding a scholarly research and publication agenda pertaining to issues of Pre K-12 education
Creating and maintaining partnerships with regional school district and state organizations
Soliciting external funding through grants and other sources
The successful candidate will teach on-campus and off-campus classes in both face-to-face and online formats, will be available and willing to teach on weekends (as needed) in addition to teaching during the week, will be expected to work closely with public school districts within Shippensburg University?s service region, and will be expected to participate actively with the Shippensburg University School Study Council. The standard teaching load is nine credit hours per semester for graduate positions. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to teach summer classes. In addition, the faculty members are expected to perform other duties as assigned in compliance with the collective bargaining agreement.

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