Assistant Professor Special Education
Minot State University - Minot, ND

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Department: Special Education
Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialization(s): Expertise in one or more of the following areas: early childhood special education, mild disabilities, intellectual disabilities, severe disabilities, secondary transition

Brief Description of Duties/Responsibilities:
The Department of Special Education seeks applicants for a full time tenure track position to begin in the Fall of 2014. Successful candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate special education certification courses. Additional responsibilities include student advisement, department, school, and university service, practicum and internship supervision, and scholarship.

Required Qualifications:
An earned doctorate or all but dissertation (ABD) in special education or closely related area. If ABD, candidate must have earned doctorate by the end of the first year appointment; experience in full-time teaching or relevant experience in K-12 schools that includes students with disabilities; Expertise in assessment and evidence-based interventions; Evidence of ability to teach university level courses related to students with exceptional learning needs; and A strong potential for scholarly activity.

Preferred Qualifications:
University level teaching experience. Experience in school settings and/or community service systems. Potential for securing external funding

Application Process:
Please submit letter of interest, current curriculum vitae, official graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to:

Dr. Brent Askvig, Special Education Search Committee Chair,
Department of Special Education,
Minot State University
500 University Avenue West,
Minot, ND 58707

Materials can be submitted electronically to

A review of applications will begin on December 15, 2013 and will continue until the position is filled.