Adjunct Faculty Positions for New York City Program, Esteves School of Education (Adj_Fac_NYC)
Office: Esteves School of Education
Date Open: Immediately
The Sage Colleges
Esteves School of Education
Adjunct Faculty Positions for New York City Program
Start Date: Spring/Summer 2013
The doctoral program in Educational Leadership in the Esteves School of Education at The Sage Colleges invites applications for adjunct faculty positions effective spring/summer 2013. The positions include teaching, dissertation supervision and student recruitment and advisement in an exciting program designed to develop the next generation of system leaders. The positions will be located at the new extension site for this program in New York City.
The successful candidates will possess an earned doctorate in education from an accredited institution and certification as a school district leader. The position requires experience as a school superintendent or in another system-wide leadership position associated with education along with a record of successful leadership that establishes a regional and statewide reputation to attract students to the program. Previous teaching experience in higher education, preferably in educational leadership programs, and with research courses for doctoral dissertations is highly desired.
The doctoral program requires students to work both individually and collaboratively; the successful candidate for the faculty position must also be able to do both with ease. The successful candidate must support the conceptual framework of the Esteves School of Education and exhibit values consistent with the philosophy contained therein. Teaching, scholarship and service are all required from the full time faculty at Sage. Visit the Doctor of Education website for a thorough exploration of our program, faculty, and institution.
The Sage Colleges, located in the Tech Valley/ Capital Region of New York State, include Russell Sage College for Women, the coeducational Sage College of Albany, the NCATE-accredited School of Education, and Sage’s other graduate schools, Health Science and Management. The Sage Colleges are accredited by The Middle States Commission of Higher Education.
Applications will be accepted until suitable candidates are found. Review of applications will begin immediately. Candidates from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. Those interested should send a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, and the name, address, telephone number of three professional references to:
Dr. Lori V. Quigley, Dean
School of Education