K-12 Administration (Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor)

Company Name:
Central Michigan University
Position Summary
Central Michigan University seeks a tenure-track faculty colleague to join a dynamic and accomplished community of faculty, students, and staff in the following full-time tenure-track position beginning August 2015. Our growing programs are CAEP accredited and offer a comprehensive range of programming leading to master's, specialist, and doctoral degrees.
Required Qualifications
Earned doctorate in educational leadership or administration, or related field, or ABD if it is clear the degree will be conferred by the time of appointment.
The ability to teach a variety of courses in educational leadership which may include curriculum, supervision, administrative theory, policy, K-12 finance and public school business administration.
Preferred Qualifications
Experience as a school leader or administrator in a K-12 setting.
Demonstrated ability or willingness to teach off campus and in an online environment.
Demonstrated record of, or potential for research and publication at state, national, or international level.
Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate experience teaching graduate students and supervising master's theses and doctoral dissertations.
Position Title: K-12 Administration (Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor)
College/Unit: College of Education & Human Services
Home Department: Department of Educational Leadership
Employee Group: Tenure-Track Faculty - Academic Year
Employment Status: Full-Time
Position Type: 9 month (Academic Year)
Position Classification: Tenure Track Faculty
Position Begin Date: 08/24/2015
Posting Begins: 09/18/2014
Open Until Filled: Yes
Type of Recruitment: External

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