Unfortunately, this job is expired as of 1/22/2012.
To continue in your search through the appropriate job categories, click either Administrative Staff, Higher Education Executives, Faculty, Post-Doc and Graduate Assistants, . You can also utilize "guess-free" keyword search tools with up to eight pre-defined criteria. Search for and Apply to academic postings directly from the site. Post your background either confidentially or overtly. Stand out and be discovered!
FACULTY MEMBER FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF LEADERSHIP STUDIES
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Higher Education/Student Affairs
School of Leadership and Education Sciences, University of San Diego
The University of San Diego (USD) is a Roman Catholic university committed to advancing academic excellence, expanding liberal and professional knowledge, creating a diverse and inclusive community, and preparing leaders dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service. The university has approximately 8,200 students, including more than 600 graduate students enrolled in programs in the School of Leadership Studies and Education Sciences. In addition to Leadership Studies, the School of Leadership and Education Sciences also has programs in Counseling, Marital and Family Therapy, and Learning and Teaching. For more information about USD’s School of Leadership and Education Sciences, including our spectacular new building, please go to www.sandiego.edu/academics/soles.
Leadership Studies is an interdisciplinary master’s and doctoral program encompassing higher education, nonprofit leadership and management, organizational leadership and consulting, PK-12 public/private school leadership, and an individualized study option. USD was the first university in the nation to offer a doctoral program in leadership studies. Since its inception in 1979, this program has awarded approximately 350 doctoral degrees and remains one of the most prominent programs for mid-career students from a broad array of professional backgrounds who seek to deepen their leadership capacity. The Leadership Studies Program is seeking a candidate with the knowledge, skills, experience, and commitment to work primarily within the Leadership Studies Higher Education/Student Affairs specialization at both the master’s and doctoral levels; this includes supervising dissertations, theses, and action-research projects. Specific requirements for the position include:
• An earned doctorate from a nationally recognized university (by date of appointment) in higher education/college student personnel/student affairs or area directly related to student affairs;
• Experience teaching at the postsecondary level; and
• Demonstrated research skills and the ability to articulate a coherent research agenda.
The successful candidate will be expected to (1) teach and mentor both master’s and doctoral students in our higher education specialization with an emphasis on student affairs; (2) have a demonstrated commitment to working with diverse student populations; (3) conduct research and scholarly activities; (4) actively participate on dissertation committees, master’s theses, and action-research projects; (5) participate collaboratively in program development including non-traditional delivery systems; and (6) participate in university service. In addition to these qualifications, the ideal candidate would also have real-world experience in student affairs, be able to make immediate contributions in the area of dissertation advising, and have a research agenda that includes working with either under-represented or international communities. This is a nine month appointment and summer teaching opportunities are typically available. The School of Leadership and Education Sciences is committed to increasing the diversity of the faculty, student body, and curriculum. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and members of other underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.
Complete applications will include (1) a letter addressing qualifications; (2) a curriculum vitae; (3) graduate transcripts; (4) two samples of scholarly writing (e.g., article, book chapter, grant application, position paper); (5) a statement of teaching philosophy; (6) three letters of reference with names, addresses, and telephone numbers. Applications must be both complete and electronically submitted in by January 15, 2012 to be considered. To apply, applicants should go to http://apptrkr.com/218292 and reference job IRC6250; then click apply now and upload the above referenced documents in PDF only. Inquiries may be directed to Heather Gibb at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You were inactive for over twenty minutes. To protect you, we have logged you out. Any unsaved data has been lost.