Job Opportunities > Lead Faculty, Master of Education – Franklin University
Franklin University, a private, independent, accredited, not-for-profit University located in Columbus, Ohio invites applicants for a full-time, year-round position in the School of Education for a Lead Faculty in the Master of Education program. The successful candidate will work an onsite hybrid schedule, but consideration will be given to candidates who work remotely with a commitment to be onsite as needed.
The primary responsibilities of this Lead Faculty position includes course development, teaching, leadership of adjunct faculty for face-to-face and on-line courses, service on university committees, networking/participation in the professional community, and promoting teaching effectiveness, as well as other associated program, division and university requirements as needed.
Duties and Responsibilities:
-Develops course content, activities, and assignments -Updates and maintains course content, resources, activities, and assignments on a regular basis -Establishes course standards, assuring consistency of course delivery through regular communications with all faculty teaching assigned courses.
-Supervises adjunct faculty
-Implements course assessment procedures with adjunct faculty -Teaches courses in discipline -Provides or serves as a substitute instructor for courses when necessary -Participates in personal professional development -Mentors adjunct faculty through observation, evaluation, faculty meetings and appropriate professional development activities -Evaluates adjunct faculty teaching assigned course(s) -Recruits, recommends, and assigns faculty to teach course(s) in accordance with university policies -Educates adjunct faculty on relevant University policies and procedures Participates in the regularly scheduled Division, College and University meetings Serve on Faculty Senate and other University committees -Administers course schedules for assigned courses -Coordinates textbook orders and other instructional materials for assigned course(s), and distribute materials to instructors as appropriate -Provides current information on curriculum to the University and to members of the adjunct faculty -Maintains up-to-date knowledge concerning rules and regulations for advanced accreditation at the state and national level to ensure all master’s level programs are fully accredited.
-Maintain accurate records and provide data relating to key programmatic measures, as prescribed by the School of Education’s data collection and reporting protocols.
-Performs other duties as assigned by the Division Chair
-Earned Doctorate in field appropriate to the position, from an institutional (formerly regional) accredited institution, with a minimum of 18 in-discipline graduate semester credit hours -Experience in P-12 School Administration at the Principal level and hold a valid Principal License in either of the following grade bands: P-6, 4-9, or 5-12 -Excellent ability to conceptualize, create, implement, manage and periodically measure effectiveness of courses and programs, particularly in response to emerging markets and industry trends -Knowledge of higher education and P-12 Education regulations, compliance and accrediting agencies
Preferred Skills and Characteristics:
-Experience in P-12 School Administration at the Superintendent level and/or hold a valid Superintendent License -Five years or more of professional experience in the field -Hold a Reading Endorsement -Experience with a Balanced Literacy Approach -Experience with Orton-Gillingham
Wage or Salary:
Approximate Work Hours or Days: 40
How to Apply:
Please submit a CV and cover letter titled “Lead Faculty, Master of Education” to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posting End Date: 2023-02-10
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