Primary Purpose of Position
The primary responsibilities for this position include teaching graduate level courses, conducting research, student advising, student mentoring and recruitment, curriculum development, conducting scholarly activities and all other activities required for tenure. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, engaging in accreditation procedures, program assessment and service to the Department, College and University as needed.
- Evaluate and grade students’ class work, assignments, and papers. * Prepare and deliver lectures to graduate students. * Initiate, facilitate, and moderate classroom discussions. * Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts. * Compile, administer, and grade examinations, or assign this work to others. * Maintain student attendance records, grades, and other required records. * Plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content, and course materials and methods of instruction. * Maintain regularly scheduled office hours to advise and assist students.
- Keep abreast of developments in the field
by reading current literature, talking with
colleagues, and participating in
professional organizations and
- Conduct research in a particular field of
knowledge and publish findings in
professional journals, books, or electronic
- Collaborate with members of the public
schools, to develop new programs, and to
provide student access to learning
opportunities such as internships.
- Supervise graduate teaching, internship,
and research work.
- Develop and maintain course websites.
- Serve on academic or administrative
committees that deal with institutional
policies, departmental matters, and
- Participate in student recruitment,
registration, and placement activities.
- Participate in campus and community
Primary Function of Organizational Unit
The College of Education prepares exemplary educators, counselors and leaders who transform the communities they serve by solving systemic issues that impact students, schools and organizations across North Carolina, the nation and around the world. As such, all departmental studies are grounded in philosophical, theoretical, methodological, and practical foundations that transform learning, practice and professions.
Earned doctorate in Educational Leadership,
Educational Administration and/or School Administration by the anticipated date of appointment;
Evidence of effective oral and written communication skills;
Ability to effectively interact and collaborate with diverse colleagues, students, administrators, and the public;
Demonstrated ability to develop a research agenda in an area relevant to K-12 Educational Leadership;
A minimum of three years of successful experience as a school executive ( i.e, assistant principal, principal, assistant superintendent, superintendent or equivalent);
NCDPI Standard II Professional Principal Licensure or Principal (K-12) Licensure (or its equivalent;
Evidence of effective teaching of graduate students;
Experience with reporting formats relative to accreditation, and knowledge of the practical and legal implications of accreditation is required.
Preferred Years Experience, Skills, Training, Education
Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate the following: (a) research interests in PK-12 educational leadership (b) relevant school administration experience in PK-12, © experience with online instruction, (d) teaching experience in educational leadership programs, (e) expertise in a range of research methods and designs, (f) experience with reporting formats relative to assessment and accreditation of academic programs (g) experience in developing and administering grants, contracts, and other outreach activities.