Faculty, Tenure Track, Assistant /Associate Professor - Graduate - Educational Leadership
Company: Utah Valley University
Posted on: May 3, 2021
Candidates should have expertise and a successful experiential
record in higher education and K-12 educational leadership.
Responsibilities will include teaching research methods and
statistics, as well as leadership courses. The ideal candidate
should be familiar with areas such as planning, budgeting and
organizational effectiveness; law, policy, and ethics; student
success and inclusion, pedagogy, learning contexts, and assessment
across multiple disciplines. Additionally, the faculty member will
provide clinical supervision of graduate students in their capstone
courses. As part of the position the candidate will provide service
to the university and community, support collegiality, and uphold
professional and ethical standards. Faculty members engage in
scholarly activities and/or creative endeavors that contribute to
the academic mission of the university, college, and profession.
Candidates should be available to teach evenings and summers.
Required Qualifications Graduation from an accredited institution
with terminal degree appropriate to K-16 Educational Leadership.
ABD considered (however, degree must be completed by the start of
classes). Knowledge and skill in current leadership and
instructional theories, strategies, techniques, and discipline
content. Evidence of potential for scholarly/creative work
consistent with a teaching university. Knowledge, Skills and
Abilities Knowledge of and experience in teaching courses in Higher
Education Leadership and related fields. Knowledge of current
leadership theory, methods, strategies, and techniques. Knowledge
of school management, faculty motivation, and evaluation. Knowledge
of state and national educational leadership standards. Knowledge
of current instructional theory, methods, strategies, and
techniques. Knowledge of student management, motivation, and
evaluation techniques. Knowledge of and experience in K-12
Education Leadership. Skill in interpersonal relationships,
problem-solving, and decision-making. Skill in research,
quantitative reasoning, writing, which results in scholarly work.
Skill in educational change, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing to
a diverse group. Ability to apply technology in classroom teaching.
Ability to support graduate students in building capacity for
professional success. Ability to teach summers. Ability to teach
evening courses. Ability to adapt to current trends in the
Keywords: Utah Valley University, Orem , Faculty, Tenure Track, Assistant /Associate Professor - Graduate - Educational Leadership, Other , orem, Utah
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