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This person will serve as the educational administration program coordinator. The department offers preliminary and clear California Administrative Services credentials and a Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration. The position require a strong record of research relevant to school leadership and improvement in PreK-12 schools and districts, and strong evidence of teaching and service to qualify for the rank of associate professor/professor. Major responsibilities include: (1) teach Administrative Services credential and/or master’s level courses in educational administration, (2) serve as the educational administration program coordinator, and (3) be engaged in an active program of scholarly inquiry in K-12 educational administration.
Santa Clara University, located in Silicon Valley, is a Catholic Jesuit institution committed to increasing diversity and furthering multicultural engagement among faculty, staff, and students. Candidates are encouraged to address in the letter of application their professional interest in and/or experiences relevant to achieving this goal. EO/AA employer. Detailed job description at http://www.scu.edu/jobs/. Review of applications starts October 1, 2012 and will continue until the position is filled.
Send complete application materials listed in the detailed job description to: Dr. Pedro Hernández-Ramos, Chair, Educational Administration Search Committee, Santa Clara University, 425 El Camino Real, Loyola Hall 120-O, Santa Clara, CA 95051.
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