The Ohio University Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education, Department of Teacher Education is accepting applications for up to two positions as a non-tenure track Assistant Professor of Instruction position with expertise in Moderate-Intensive support needs for the 2022-2023 academic year. Candidates should have expertise related to the identification and provision of services for individuals with moderate-intensive support needs. Additional expertise in autism or planning for and provision of post-school transition services for individuals with significant support needs is preferred. Candidates will assume primary roles in the delivery of the Moderate-Intensive face-to-face undergraduate and online graduate licensing programs, and potential development of an autism certificate program. Candidates must be committed to teaching excellence, to a clinical approach to teacher education, and to service delivery within inclusive settings. We expect that candidates will support our mission of developing life-long learners and strong advocates; providing co-taught, field-intensive, interdisciplinary experiences; and serving diverse individuals using an assets-based viewpoint.
Candidates for this position would have an opportunity to join a hard-working team of colleagues who are committed to developing high quality future intervention specialists. We are reflective and engage in continuous program evaluation and improvement. Additionally, this position would provide an opportunity to further strengthen the moderate to intensive licensure program and potentially develop an autism certificate program.
Responsibilities: Position responsibilities include face-to-face undergraduate and online graduate teaching; advising, and field supervision, specifically in the area of moderate to intensive needs; service to college, department, program, and field-based professionals; and collaboration with colleagues to ensure program quality and maintain CAEP accreditation.
· Earned doctorate in Special Education or a related field (by the time of hire) with emphasis in Moderate-Intensive support needs;
· A minimum of three years of teaching, intervention delivery, or related experience;
· Demonstrated potential for successful teaching in higher education as evidenced by one letter of recommendation from a student.
· An emphasis in autism spectrum disorder;
· An emphasis in provision and planning for transition services;
· Experience with online teaching and clinical supervision;
· Experience preparing students for the edTPA
Planning Unit: Patton College of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Jennifer Martin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Employment Type: full-time term
Pay is commensurate with experience and credentials. Employees also enjoy a generous benefits package including, but not limited to, medical, dental, vision, short term disability, life insurance, retirement benefits, educational benefits for themselves and qualified dependents, domestic partner benefits, parental leave, adoption benefits, paid time off, and access to professional development programs.
Internal Number: 37621
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