Non-Tenure Track (Open Rank), Educational Leadership, Temple University
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Type: Full Time
Commensurate with experience and competitive benefits
The Department of Policy, Organizational, and Leadership Studies in the College of Education and Human Development at Temple University is seeking to fill an open rank, non-tenure track faculty position in Educational Leadership and Policy beginning August 2023. The compelling candidate will be able to fill key instruction needs by demonstrating deep knowledge and expertise in urban education, schooling, and school administration. Ideally, the candidate for this position will have prior higher education teaching experience, prior school or school district leadership experience, and expertise in organizational leadership and change, education policy, urban education, and civic engagement.
In addition to the aforementioned duties, the responsibilities of the position include advising master’s and doctoral students and participating in department, college, and professional service activities. Required qualifications are an earned doctorate in education, educational leadership or administration, or a relevant field, and experience in teaching university-level courses. Experience working in a school district, and administering executive-style education programs, is preferred.
Applicants interested in the position should send electronic copies of a letter of application, a current curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of three references to email@example.com the subject line “Open Rank ELP position.” References will not be contacted during the initial screening process. Questions about the position should be directed to Professor Christopher McGinley, Chair of the Search Committee at Christopher.McGinley@temple.edu.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled or closed.
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