SPECIAL EDUCATION, WESTMINSTER COLLEGE. Assistant Professor of Education tenure-track position to begin Fall 2020. The Westminster College School of Education seeks a candidate for a 9-month position. Responsibilities include the teaching of undergraduate and graduate courses in Special Education. A successful candidate should document:
an earned Ph.D. or Ed.D. in special education from an accredited institution by August 2020.
minimum of 3-year experience working with PK-12 children and youth with mild to moderate disabilities including physical, learning, intellectual, and emotional and/or behavioral disabilities.
experience utilizing inclusive practices and current research in teaching students with disabilities in the general curriculum.
evidence of proficiency in college teaching, including face to face and online formats.
familiarity and experience using instructional technologies for special education, including assistive technologies for learning, physical mobility, adaptive communication, human speech recognition and synthesizing, and adaptive computing.
demonstrated potential for or record of research in special education leading to a sustained record of scholarship.
evidence of strong interpersonal and communication skills, effective collaboration, and collegiality.
general education certification, encouraged.
Applications accepted until appointment is made. Email cover letter, curriculum vitae or resume, statement of teaching philosophy, and a list of at least three professional references to Dr. Rene A. Pico, Chair, School of Education, 319 South Market Street, Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA 16172-0001, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Westminster College is an Equal Opportunity Employer, enhancing learning through diversity and inclusion.
About Westminster College
Westminster College is a nationally recognized liberal arts college, known for its collaborative environment, outstanding experiential learning programs, and focus on student success. Related to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Westminster was founded in 1852 as the first college in the country to offer the same degrees to all people, regardless of gender, race, or religion. Westminster has been ranked among the nation’s top schools for “Top Colleges Doing the Most for the American Dream” (NY Times), “best value for the money” (College Factual), employment success (Educate to Career Index), graduation rate performance (U.S. News), social mobility (Washington Monthly), women in STEM disciplines (Forbes), service-learning (President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll), and other categories. Around 1,200 undergraduate and graduate students benefit from close personal attention from dedicated faculty while choosing from 41 majors, 10 pre-professional programs and 80 organizations. Westminster’s historic campus is located in New Wilmington, PA, a beautiful rural setting near Pittsburgh and Cleveland.