Assistant Professor, Clinical (Leadership, Research, and School Improvement)
Job ID: 236192
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Since 1906, UWG has been home to those who are eager to take their own path, learn, and grow. With more than 13,400 students and 85+ programs, we've come a long way since then. UWG is the seventh largest university in the eighth most populated state. Today, we're a regional powerhouse with locations in Carrollton, Douglasville, and Newnan, Georgia, making a difference in the lives of our students, our neighbors, and the world. The one thing that's never changed: Amazing things happen when you Go West.
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The University of West Georgia's (UWG) Department of Leadership, Research, and School Improvement focuses on the development and enhancement of educational professionals. The department houses Educational Leadership (EDLE) programs and an Ed.D. in School Improvement (EDSI).
The EDLE programs include Tier 1 Educational Leadership (certification only, comparable to Master's Level courses) and Tier 2 Educational Leadership (degree or certification, Specialist Level courses) and are offered online. The EDSI program is fully online and one of only three doctoral programs in the county with a specific emphasis on school improvement.
Students in our programs include K-12 classroom teachers interested in future roles in leadership, instructional coaches, other educators (e.g., technology specialist, lead teachers, program coordinators) and current school/district leaders. Through the EDLE course work, students are seeking to improve their knowledge, skills, and competencies and also gain PSC leadership certification.
Additional program information is located at https://www.westga.edu/academics/education/lrsi/index.php
This is a ten-month, on-campus (not remote) appointment, and the start date for the position is August 1, 2022. The University of West Georgia is committed to diversity. Women and minorities are invited and encouraged to apply. More information can be found at www.westga/coe.
The successful candidate will assume a range of responsibilities including (1) teaching graduate courses in educational leadership and school improvement; (2) coaching and mentoring candidates in school settings; (3) advising students; (4) serving on doctoral dissertation committees; and (5) teaching predominantly in an online format. Teaching for this position accounts for approximately 90% of faculty productivity; research and service 10%.
- An earned terminal degree in Educational Leadership or related field from an accredited institution
- A minimum of five years' experience as a practicing PK-12 educational leader
- Knowledge of Georgia Professional Standards Commission policies and procedures
- Online teaching experience
Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications
- Cover letter
- Curriculum vitae
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled
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