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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Assistant Professor, College of Education

Lewis University is seeking Assistant Professor for full time position available in the College of Education, teaching in the combined special and elementary education programs, beginning August 2011.

Responsibilities will include:
  • Teaching 24 hours in the combined special and elementary education program in the special education graduate programs at the Romeoville and satellite campuses.
  • Will also advise students:
  • Supervise student teacher/clinical students;
  • Assist with NCATE/ISBE requirements:
  • Participate fully in the department, college and university.
  • Candidates must have an earned doctoral degree in Special Education or a related field such as disability studies or be currently enrolled in a doctoral program.
  • Previous elementary and special education teaching experience essential.
  • Previous college teaching experience and experience with the NCATE accreditation process is preferred.
  • Expertise in technology, particularly Live Text and Blackboard is a plus.
Applications accepted online only.
Click here to access application.
Job Open Date - 02-07-2011
Job Close Date - Open Until Filled

Lewis University, sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity.

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