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Faculty - Professional in Residence - Teacher Education/Creative Arts
Utah Valley University

Date Posted Mar. 15, 2023
Title Faculty - Professional in Residence - Teacher Education/Creative Arts
University Utah Valley University
Orem, UT, United States
Department Teacher Education/Creative Arts
Application Deadline 03/28/2023
Position Start Date Available immediately
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  • Faculty Associate
  • Teacher Education
    Elementary Education

Faculty - Professional in Residence - Teacher Education/Creative Arts

Salary: Depends on Qualifications
Job Type: Faculty
Job Number: FY2300623
Closing: 3/28/2023 11:59 PM Mountain
Location: 800 W University Parkway, Orem
Division: School of Education

Position Announcement
Utah Valley University invites applications for an Education full-time faculty position to teach the Creative Arts courses. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated knowledge of teacher education principles and practices as well as years of relevant K-12 teaching experience. This individual will teach undergraduate courses in Creative Arts Integration to include elementary dance, drama, music, and visual art to students majoring in Elementary Education and potentially other courses as deemed appropriate per training and experience. The position will begin August 1st, 2023.

The UVU School of Education prepares educators and clinicians to have a positive impact on children, families, and communities through meaningful innovation, engaged pedagogy, rigorous preparation, inclusion & diversity, and transformative collaborations. More information about Utah Valley University can be obtained at and about the UVU School of Education - at

The UVU School of Education currently offers undergraduate degrees in teacher education, a minor in autism studies, graduate degrees in educational leadership, school counseling, applied behavior analysis, and graduate certificates and endorsements. These degrees help fill the growing demand for educator professionals across the state of Utah. UVU is a public university that offers highly competitive benefits, while being located near some of the premier outdoor activity areas in the country.

Summary of Responsibilities
Duties will include:
1. Teach undergraduate teacher education courses (approximately 30 credits over fall and spring semesters)
2. Conference with students regarding coursework, fieldwork, and academic endeavors
3. Improve professionally and maintain currency in the courses taught
4. Engage with partner school district teachers and administrators in clinical teacher preparation
5. Follow professional and ethical standards
6. Provide service to the college and community

Minimum Qualifications
Required Qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited institution with a masters degree in a field closely related to the field of instruction
  • At least three years of K-12 experience relevant to the teaching assignment
  • Earned professional license or credentials relevant to the teaching assignment

    Preferred Qualifications:
  • College/university teaching experience
  • Elementary Arts endorsement

    Documents Needed to Apply

    1. Curriculum Vitae
    2. Cover Letter
    3. Evidence of Degree (copy of transcripts or diploma)

    Optional Documents
    1. Elementary Arts Endorsement (strongly preferred)

    Knowledge, Skill, and Abilities

    • Current research, instructional theory, methods, strategies, assessments, innovations and techniques in pre-service teacher education including clinical programming and teacher performance assessment
    • Cultural competencies to work effectively with diverse students and colleagues
    • Content and skills required to teach relevant courses

    • Manage a productive teaching/learning environment
    • Support prospective education professionals in performance assessments
    • Provide timely and effective feedback
    • Work collaboratively with students, university and school colleagues, and community
    • Human relations skills including working with individuals from diverse backgrounds

    • Work effectively in an environment that values exceptional care, exceptional accountability, and exceptional results
    • Utilize the university course management system
    • Create an inclusive and engaged student-centered environment
    • Communicate and relate positively with colleagues, students, and school personnel
    • Uphold professional and ethical teaching standards
    • Engage with students and colleagues in critical professional issues and innovations
    • Serve on School of Education, university, and other professional committee

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