Teach the equivalent of seven undergraduate courses (typically 3 in Fall term, 3 in Winter term, and 1 in May term) including courses in the professional core and other education offerings or general education courses dependent upon departmental needs and candidate's qualifications; advising, scholarship, and service duties as appropriate for the candidate's appointment.
Doctorate in Education (or related field) or ABD; at least three years of K-8 successful teaching experience; experience teaching English as a second language or special education or early childhood or general education; commitment to student-centered learning, teacher preparation, and excellence in teaching; willingness to support the mission of the College and its liberal arts tradition.
Ability to teach in the education professional core and facilitate student work in diverse settings; college-level teaching experience; knowledge of and experience with teacher education accreditation standards and processes; desire to teach in the College's interdisciplinary general education program; experience with student teaching supervision; and successful experience working with diverse populations.
Curriculum vita, unofficial graduate transcripts, the names/contact information for three current references, and letter of application describing your teaching, scholarship, and service experience/interests and how these will support the distinctive mission and institutional learning outcomes of Wartburg College, should be sent electronically to HR@wartburg.edu. For specific inquiries contact Dr. Stephanie TeKippe by email at email@example.com. Further information about the College and the city of Waverly is available at: http://wartburg.edu
About Wartburg College
Founded in 1852, Wartburg College is a selective four-year liberal arts college of the Lutheran Church (ELCA), nationally recognized for community engagement. The college offers more than 50 academic majors and pre-professional and certificate programs leading to the bachelor’s degree. The Wartburg Community is committed to creating and maintaining a mutually respectful environment that recognizes and celebrates diversity among all students, faculty, and staff. As an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution, Wartburg College actively seeks applications from members of underrepresented groups.