Duties : Teach undergraduate and possibly graduate coursework in the Family Studies Program.
Work collaboratively with Early Childhood Education in a dual degree program.
Teach on-line and classroom sections of Marriage and Family, Child Development, and Family Life Programming and other possible program offerings as determined by need and applicant qualifications.
Contribute meaningfully to program, departmental, college, campus and university-wide areas of service and scholarly research.
Required and Preferred Qualifications:
Earned doctorate in Family Studies, Human Development and Family Relations or related field.
Expertise in human development.
Proficiency and/or interest in development of skills in on-line delivery of courses.
Evidence of scholarly accomplishment and ability to maintain a research agenda.
Evidence of ability to work with diverse student populations.
Experience with distance learning and online methods;
Experience with interdisciplinary collaboration in service or research;
ability to teach courses in child development, marriage and family relationships, and Family Life Programming.
CFLE (Certified Family Life Educator) encouraged but not required.