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Indiana University Southeast

Assistant Professor of Education (Special Education)

Beginning in August 2015

The School of Education invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor to teach Undergraduate and Graduate Special Education in the field of mild interventions (Learning Disability, Emotional Disability, Cognitive Disability, mild/moderate) courses beginning in August 2015. Qualifications include:

  • Ed.D., Ph.D. or ABD in education with a major in Special Education from an accredited university (must have completed doctoral degree by August 15, 2015);
  • significant course work and experience in Special Education and a strong research interest and background;
  • at least three years of teaching experience in Special Education in P-12 schools;
  • have or be eligible for a current license/certification in Special Education;
  • understand and have experience with the implementation of both state and federal laws and regulations concerning children with disabilities;
  • demonstrate experience in collaboration with schools and community agencies;
  • demonstrate leadership skills;
  • demonstrate excellence in P-12 teaching;
  • demonstrate a wide range of technology skills in teaching and in application to P-12 learning.

Preference will be given to candidates who:

  • have experience teaching in an inclusion setting;
  • have knowledge about and experiences with various disabilities as identified under IDEA;
  • have additional coursework and/or experience in Teaching, Teacher Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Multicultural Education, Gifted Education, or Early Childhood Education;
  • demonstrate excellence in teaching at the university level or with adult learners;
  • have P-12 teaching experience in culturally and linguistically diverse settings;
  • have coursework or license for working with Gifted and Talented children;
  • demonstrate service to the community;
  • demonstrate membership and participation in professional organizations. 

In addition to teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, the position requires advising Special Education candidates and liaison responsibilities with partnership schools; delivering courses through hybrid, online and face-to-face strategies;  supervising candidates in field and clinical work; active participation in the School of Education and university activities (planning, curriculum development, assessment design and data collection for NCATE/CAEP, committee work); a commitment to personal and student scholarly work;  building partnerships with P-12 schools; and inclusion of diversity in curriculum and instruction. All course work in the School of Education is required to integrate diversity, technology and national and state standards, including CEC standards. Serving as the coordinator in the Special Education program is expected.

IU Southeast is one of eight campuses of Indiana University. Located in New Albany, about 15 minutes from Louisville, Kentucky, the campus has about 7000 students. The campus is committed to a student-centered learning environment, and actively supports students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds.

Please send a letter of interest, transcripts, curriculum vitae, and three current letters of reference electronically to with the Attn: Chair of the Special Education Search Committee. The review of applicants will begin on January 20, 2015 and continue until the position is filled.

Consistent with the university’s commitment to diversity, persons from traditionally underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. IU Southeast is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.