Assistant/Associate Professor Special Education - Mild/Moderate Disabilities
Northern Arizona University
March 14, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
The Department of Educational Specialties is seeking to fill a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in the area of Mild/Moderate Disabilities and located on the Flagstaff Mountain Campus beginning in August 2018. The position is a 9-month tenure-track faculty line that has the opportunity for summer course teaching. Candidates need to present an active record (Associate rank) or promise of scholarly productivity (Assistant rank) and commitment to excellence in teaching diverse students in higher education. The individual selected for this position will be located at the NAU mountain campus and will: • Teach in person, blended or online undergraduate and graduate courses in the area of Special Education; • Advise graduate students; • Maintain an active agenda of scholarly activity; • Fulfill service responsibilities to the department, college, university, and the profession.
Minimum Qualifications: For appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor 1) An earned doctorate (degree completed by August 2018) in Special Education (Mild/Moderate Disabilities) OR an earned doctorate in closely related field. 2) At least three years teaching special education in P-12 settings. For appointment at the rank of Associate Professor 3) All of the above, plus current status as associate professor or the equivalent of 6 years of experience as assistant professor.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience
Internal Number: 603647
About Northern Arizona University
As a Northern Arizona University employee, you’ll enjoy a high quality of life. Our employees report a work-life balance as part of a vibrant community in an exceptional location.
Less than two hours from the Grand Canyon, our main campus in Flagstaff, Arizona sits at the base of the San Francisco Peaks, amid the world’s largest ponderosa pine forest.
Flagstaff offers endless opportunities for:
outdoor recreation, such as hiking, biking, and rock climbing
culture and arts, like the First Friday Art Walk