University of Idaho
(.6 Clinical Professor (open rank) for the Professional Practices Doctoral Program)
Leadership and Counseling Department
Open for Recruitment: November 9, 2012 - Open until further notice
Announcement #: 12020005359
Salary Range: $40,000/yr
Full or Part Time: Part Time
Location: Idaho Falls
This position is contingent upon the continuation of work and/or funding.
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Letter of Application
Three Professional References
.6 Clinical Professor (open rank) for the Professional Practices Doctoral Program
(in partnership with BYU-Idaho)
The Leadership and Counseling Department of the College of Education is seeking qualified candidates for a .6 professor in the Professional Practice Doctoral (PPD) program on a fiscal year basis. It is a three-year Doctor of Education (Ed. D.) cohort program meeting the needs of Brigham Young University-Idaho (BYU-I) faculty, staff, and other professional practitioners in the Rexburg, Idaho area.
The role of this professor will be to assist in the teaching, mentoring, and directing of doctoral studies related to organizational leadership. While preliminary data suggests there is adequate interest in a second cohort, this position is to assist the current cohort but may continue if a second cohort emerges. The estimated graduation time for the current cohort is May 2014. If a second cohort emerges, the position would continue for an additional three years. The position will be located near the BYU-Idaho campus in Rexburg, Idaho.
The professor’s role in the Professional Practices Doctorate program will be to: (a) direct three or more Ed. D. doctoral studies, (b) serve as a member on three to six doctoral committees, (c) assist in supervising internships/practicums, (d) assist in program evaluation efforts, and (e) teach a combination of face-to-face, hybrid and on-line courses related to organizational leadership and research.
Required Minimum Qualifications: Candidates must: (1) possess an earned doctorate in Organizational Leadership or a closely related field, (2) have experience in teaching/learning in higher education administration; (3) have familiarity with and the ability to guide doctoral research, (4) have excellent interpersonal skills and capable of working effectively with diverse groups, and (5) be able to travel to meetings periodically.
Preferred Qualifications: It is highly desirable that candidates have (1) directed doctoral studies, (2) served as a member of doctoral committees, (3) conducted program evaluations, and (4) published and/or presented scholarly research.
Base salary is $40,000.00 for 12 months
For general information questions contact: Dr. Kathy Canfield-Davis, Interim Chair of Leadership and Counseling at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-292-1286.
Application Process: Candidates should apply on line at www.uidaho.edu/human-resources submitting a letter of application describing: interest, minimal and preferred qualifications, research focus and teaching philosophy; curriculum vitae, primary transcripts depicting education and related coursework; and contact information for three references with knowledge of applicant’s professional abilities to meet the position’s requirements. Send documents that cannot be submitted online to Erik Hadley (see address below).
Dr. Erik Hadley
University of Idaho – Boise Center
322 E. Front St.
Boise, ID 83702
Must: Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check.*
Reporting Date: January 2, 2013.
Review of applications: Begins December 9, 2012 and will continue until a suitable candidate is found.
To enrich education through diversity, the University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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