Are you interested in being part of an innovative program designed to affect change and create school cultures that lead to improved student learning, empower innovators and change leaders to implement aggressive reform? Are you ready to be a transformative leader? You can be a part of this exciting endeavor with Marian University’s Academy for Teaching and Learning Leadership.
The Marian University Academy for Teaching and Learning Leadership established in 2010 to prepare transformative school leaders is quickly becoming one of the premier advanced leadership programs in the United States. As an institutional member of both the George W. Bush Institute Alliance for Reform in Education Leadership (AREL) and the KIPP Leadership Design Fellowship (KLDF) of the KIPP Foundation, the academy is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of young people through powerful, transformative school leadership. The Marian University Academy for Teaching and Learning Leadership prepares school leaders by recognizing, evaluating and supporting quality “next practices” in educational effectiveness. Pursuant to that end and under the leadership of Dr. Lindan Hill, Assistant Vice President for the Marian University Academy for Teaching and Learning Leadership, Marian University is seeking candidates for the positions below beginning June 2013. The ideal candidates will bring a combination of practical experience, energy and vision that will be a transforming influence to the program.
General Qualifications for all Positions
- Terminal Doctoral Degree
- Knowledge of and a commitment to the mission of Marian University
- Demonstrated strong leadership competencies
- Experience in education preferred
- Business skills essential to include marketing, entrepreneurialism, and innovation
- Record of sustained intellectual and professional achievement
- Commitment to collegiality and collaborative decision-making
- Effective interpersonal and communication skills
Assistant Professor in Literacy and Reading Effectiveness
A Ph.D. in Literacy and Reading and demonstrated excellence in teaching and research are required. Candidates should have interest and background in Literacy and Literacy related subjects as well as performance evaluation of Literacy teachers.
Assistant Professor in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education
A Ph.D. in one of the STEM disciplines and demonstrated excellence in teaching and research are required. Candidates should have interest and background in STEM subjects as well as performance evaluation of STEM teachers.
Marian University, founded in Indianapolis in 1937, is the only Catholic liberal arts university in central Indiana. It is private, co-educational and serves both a traditional and non-traditional student body of more than 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students from 31 states and eight countries through dedication to excellent teaching and learning in the Franciscan and liberal arts traditions. Marian University is one of Indiana’s 31 independent colleges and one of 244 Catholic colleges and universities nationwide. In 2010, the university announced it would develop the first college of osteopathic medicine in Indiana. Housed in the Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences, the osteopathic medical school will serve the first class in the fall of 2013. Marian University’s Academy for Teaching and Learning Leadership was founded in 2010 and more information can be found at www.marian.edu/academy.
To apply: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Candidates should provide a current resume, a letter of application addressing qualifications for the position, graduate transcripts, and the names and addresses of three current references to: Department of Human Resources, Marian University, 3200 Cold Spring Road, Indianapolis, IN 46222, Electronic submission of applications preferred to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marian University is an EOE