The College of Education at Niagara University is currently seeking is a full-time, tenure track faculty member in educational leadership with an anticipated start date of August 2020. The successful candidate is expected to teach on-line coursework at the post-masters graduate level, provide student advisement and support, engage in scholarly activities that result in academic presentations and publications, and participate in professional service at the program, departmental, college, and university levels.
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate full-time leadership experience at both the building and district levels in P-12 settings, understanding of the NELP Standards for Educational Leadership, and ability to teach in the areas of leadership and organizational theory, curriculum and instructional leadership, data management and analysis, human resource management, school law, policy, and planning.
Niagara University was founded in 1856 by the Catholic Vincentian Fathers, whose mission emphasizes practical training and excellence in service of society. Niagara’s picturesque, 160-acre campus is located on the CAN-AM border in Lewiston, New York, two minutes off the I-190 on Route 104. The university is just a few miles from Niagara Falls, 20 minutes from Buffalo, which offers a variety of cultural events, sports, and entertainment opportunities, and just 90 minutes from Rochester and Toronto, Canada’s largest metropolitan area. In addition, the university is minutes away from the quaint village of Lewiston, New York, and maintains a satellite location in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada.
At Niagara, you’ll join a highly recognized university with excellent academics, world-class faculty, vibrant campus life, and a living, breathing mission – all nestled into one of the most scenic locations in the world.
Lifelong learning and career development is a major point of emphasis at NU. We’re dedicated to finding the best talent, cultivating it, and helping our employees reach their career goals. There’s nothing quite like becoming a member of our caring campus community, where everyone is committed to bettering themselves and those around them.
To be considered for this position, applications must include: a) cover letter, b) comprehensive curriculum vitae, c) photocopies of all post-secondary academic transcripts, d) a list of at least three professional and academic references. Materials can be uploaded to the online application. Applicants are encouraged, but not required, to submit teaching evaluations, samples of research, publications or scholarship, letters of recommendation, and any other supporting documents.
Direct all inquiries to: Dr. Jim Mills, Educational Leadership Search Committee Chair, College of Education, firstname.lastname@example.org.