(Doctoral Program: Online Dissertation Completion Pathway for Executive Track)
The School of Education at Manhattanville College is seeking a Full-Time Visiting Assistant Professor/Coordinator for the Doctoral Program. The anticipated start date is January 2020.
Coordinate and advise students in the online dissertation completion pathway of the doctoral program
Recruit, admit, advise, and monitor students' progress in the Dissertation Completion Pathway
Teach doctoral courses in Educational Leadership Doctoral Program, including online synchronous courses in the Dissertation Completion Pathway (i.e., Preparing the Literature Review; Research Methods; Writing the Research Proposal).
Provide initial advising until students secure dissertation advisers
Oversee and coordinate students’ two residency experiences at Manhattanville
Work with doctoral team to identify and secure resources to coach and edit students’ writing
Work with SOE Graduate Admissions and doctoral program directors to execute a marketing campaign for this expansion of this degree pathway to reach a national market
Participate in all doctoral and school-wide meetings and events
Earned Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership or related area
Practitioner experience in K-12 and/or higher education
Demonstrated success teaching at the graduate level, across various platforms (e.g., online, hybrid)
Experience developing online curriculum
Evidence of experience chairing dissertation committees and shepherding students through the dissertation process, including demonstrated success in mentoring and coaching students to improve their writing skills.
Expertise in qualitative, quantitative and/or mixed methodology research
Experience coordinating academic programs
High level of problem solving and decision-making abilities to respond to student issues and concerns, evaluate students for retention, assess student work and abilities and facilitate the doctoral learning experience
Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills to communicate effectively with diverse constituencies, including students, faculty, administrators, and external parties
Entrepreneurial initiative in program building
Certified teacher and/or administrator
Evidence of current and past scholarship germane to educational leadership
Assistant Professor or Instructor for Computer Science Education.
The School of Education at Manhattanville is seeking a Full-time Tenure Track Assistant Professor or Visiting Non-Tenure Track Instructor for Computer Science Education. Anticipated start date is August 2020.
Develop syllabi and teach courses in newly proposed BA/MAT and MAT in Computer Science Education
Coordinate all program requirements and teaching schedule with faculty and administration in the School of Arts and Sciences
Assist in managing registration, advisement, and recruitment for retention, student quality, and student experience at both the undergraduate and graduate levels
Work with Director of Field Placement and Certification to form school-college partnerships for student placements and supervision
Supervise student teachers
Provide student support for state-required certification exams
Doctorate in Computer Science Education or Doctorate in Education or Masters in Education with 30 credits or more in Computer Science and evidence of current skills in Computer Science or Advanced Degree in Computer Science with significant K-12 teaching experience, required
Teacher certification in K-12 Education (any subject or grade level) with teaching experience in Computer Science Education or related areas strongly preferred
College teaching experience in Education strongly preferred