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Assistant/Associate Professor (Literacy Education and...
Prairie View | Prairie View, Texas
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Assistant/Associate Professor (Literacy Education and Elementary Education)

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Please see Special Instructions for more details. All applicants are required to apply via our website at: jobs.pvamu.edu on or before the closing date indicated on the job posting. Applicant inquiries received via email and websites such as Indeed, HigherEdJobs, etc. will not be considered unless the individual has applied to the available position via the PVAMU career site. The required documents listed on the job posting are required to be attached to the application. No further applicant documents will be accepted once the job posting has closed. References will need to be indicated on the application and a resume may not be substituted. All previously mentioned actions must be taken for full consideration of your application. To be considered, even if you are a current or former employee, or current or former student of PVAMU, all required documents must be attached at the time your online application is submitted.Please contact the Office of Human Resource on or before the closing date indicated above at 936-261-1730 or jobs@pvamu.edu should you need assistance with the online application process.

Position Details

Classification Information

FLSA Exempt Min Salary or Wage N/A Mid Salary or Wage N/A Required Education

Doctoral degree in Reading and Language Arts, Literacy Education or a related field from an accredited program and institution (Advanced ABD status-the doctorate must be completed by August 31, 2017.)

Required Experience

Capacity for successful teaching and research at the university level and commitment to working with diverse populations.

Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Determined by the department

Required Certification(s)/Licensure(s)

N/A

Department Information

Department Name Curriculum & Instruction Department Location Curriculum & Instruction, Wilhelmina Delco Building, Room 316

Position Information

Posting Title Assistant/Associate Professor (Literacy Education and Elementary Education) Tenure-Status Tenure-Track Preferred Education

Doctoral degree in Reading and Language Arts, Literacy Education or a related field from an accredited program and institution (Advanced ABD status-the doctorate must be completed by August 31, 2017.)

Capacity for successful teaching and research at the university level and commitment to working with diverse populations.

Preferred Experience Requirements

Training and professional experience in Reading and Language Arts or Literacy Education).

Two years of successful teaching of reading and language arts in K-12 settings.

Successful teaching experience in Literacy Education or Reading and Language Arts at the university level.

Demonstrated commitment (i.e. professional affiliations, scholarly contributions, service).

Experience working with diverse populations.

Experience and interest in teaching with technology.

Experience in supervision of pre-service teachers in schools.

Demonstrated interest in establishing school-university partnerships.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Teaching undergraduate and graduate reading/literacy courses and early elementary education courses for students seeking initial teaching certification and/or advanced credentials; demonstrative skills/competencies in assessment and evaluation of readers/writers and effective literacy programs, knowledge and experience with digital literacies, and culturally responsive literacy approaches, aligning course content and key assessments to meet CAEP and professional content standards; service assignments in the department, college, university, and service to the professional organizations in the science, mathematics, technology, and Teacher Education. In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to develop and maintain a substantive research agenda; and advise a diverse community of undergraduate and graduate students.

Preferred Licenses/Certifications

NA

Posting Details

Posting Details

Posting Number F00174JP Posting Summary

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the Whitlowe R. Green College of Education invites applications for a full-time, tenured or tenure-track position as a scholar and teacher of Literacy Education and Elementary Education. Primary duties include, teaching undergraduate and graduate reading/literacy courses and early elementary education courses for students seeking initial teaching certification and/or advanced credentials but are not limited to, demonstrative skills/competencies in assessment and evaluation of readers/writers and effective literacy programs, knowledge and experience with digital literacies, and culturally responsive literacy approaches, aligning course content and key assessments to meet CAEP and professional content standards; service assignments in the department, college, university, and service to the professional organizations in the science, mathematics, technology, and Teacher Education. In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to develop and maintain a substantive research agenda; and advise a diverse community of undergraduate and graduate students.

Applicants must meet the requirements and possess a distinguished record of academic achievement (established research agenda including recent publications and presentations, and experience with content and educator preparer standards) that meets the criteria for Assistant/Associate Professor status at Prairie View A& M University.

Posting Type OPEN TO ALL APPLICANTS Number of Vacancies Open Date 09/12/2017 Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Special Instructions to Applicant

All applicants are required to apply via our website at: jobs.pvamu.edu on or before the closing date indicated on the job posting. Applicant inquiries received via email and websites such as Indeed, HigherEdJobs, etc. will not be considered unless the individual has applied to the available position via the PVAMU career site.

The required documents listed on the job posting are required to be attached to the application. No further applicant documents will be accepted once the job posting has closed. References will need to be indicated on the application and a resume may not be substituted. All previously mentioned actions must be taken for full consideration of your application. To be considered, even if you are a current or former employee, or current or former student of PVAMU, all required documents must be attached at the time your online application is submitted.

Please contact the Office of Human Resource on or before the closing date indicated above at 936-261-1730 or jobs@pvamu.edu should you need assistance with the online application process.

Special Requirements

The appointment date for this position will be for September 1, 2017 or after.

Background Check Required Yes Advertising Summary

N/A

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Supplemental Questions for Posting

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

* * Do you have a Doctoral degree in Reading and Language Arts, Literacy Education or a related field from an accredited program and institution?
* Yes
* No
* * How did you hear about this employment opportunity?
* Public Job Posting
* Internal Job Posting
* Agency Referral
* Advertisement/Publication
* Personal Referral
* Website
* Other
* * Please indicate the media/advertising location where you heard about this employment opportunity.

(Open Ended Question)

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

* Resume
* Cover Letter/Letter of Application

Optional Documents

About Prairie View

Prairie View's Outpatient Services offer a complete continuum of care that facilitates early intervention and treatment that is less costly and less restrictive than hospitalization, and is capable of generating change that is both clinically and statistically significant. Outpatient services are available to children, adolescents, adults, and older adults for a number of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, chemical dependency, marital problems, family issues, eating disorders, grief, dementia, sexually related issues, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anger, and more. Prairie View has a professional staff of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and nurses that work with patients to establish and achieve goals and desired outcomes with therapy. The Special Purpose School serves special education students identified as having Behavior Disorders (BD) or Pervasive Developmental Delays (PDD) from a variety of school districts. Students are placed in classrooms specializing in the education of BD or PDD students. Services provided include a specialized curriculum and behavior management services. Students are also offered group therapy as part of the school day. Admission criteria include: referral from the home school district; student is identified as needing special education services and has a current Individualized Education Plan (IEP); student has either BD or PDD; student is unable to receive educational services in a less restrictive environment; and student has no medical condition that preclude safe and effective involvement at the Prairie View school. Prairie View's Partial Hospital Services provide an important intermediate step on the continuum of care between 24-hour inpatient and outpatient services. This step down from full hospitalization provides both an alternative to hospitalization and a transitional treatment program for individuals who no longer require 24-hour care, but need more structure than is available in outpatient treatment. The less restrictive and less expensive partial hospital environment makes it possible to provide short-term intensive services to patients without removing them from their community. Prairie View's Intensive Residential Treatment program serves youth ages 12-17 who are severely behaviorally and/or emotionally disturbed. Youth are referred to the program by private and public agencies, by other care providers, and by their family. The ultimate goal for each adolescent admitted to the program is to transition to a less restrictive setting as soon as possible. To this end, family reintegration is given a high priority. Included in the treatment program are educational services (provided in conjunction with the local school district); milieu management by trained professional and non-professional staff; group, individual, and family therapy; medication and physical health management; psychoeducation on numerous topics related to mental health and successful coping; nutritious food; and an attractive and comfortable living environment. The program is directed by a master's level social worker and a multidisciplinary treatment team that includes a psychiatrist, nurse practitioner, case manager, nurses, clinical social workers, psychologists, teachers, and mental health workers. Prairie View's Inpatient Hospital is located on the Newton, Kans. campus. There are 30 staffed beds for acute care which include 15 for adolescents and 15 for adults and older adults. In addition, there are 15 beds for the intensive adolescent residential program. Patients in the hospital are provided care 24-hours a day, seven days a week. The treatment process varies depending on the needs of the patient. The patients are seen as part of the family system, and families or caregivers can expect to be included in the treatment process.

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