Job Postings
Job Postings
Academic Job Postings

Here is a list of academic position openings from institutions that have Division C members. If you have a job posting that you would like listed here, please contact the Program Co-Chairs or Webmaster (see officer contact list).    

Assistant Professor, Tenure Track
Montclair State University
Educational Studies in Urban Education
Open until filled

The Department of Educational Foundations at Montclair State University is pleased to invite applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Educational Studies in Urban Education, to begin in September 2024. Educational Studies in Urban Education is a rapidly growing field of study dedicated to serving diverse communities.

We are seeking a dynamic collaborative colleague who will play a crucial role in ensuring the ongoing growth and success of our Educational Foundations programs while upholding program rigor and fostering student success. Responsibilities include: teaching courses at the undergraduate level in our Educational Foundations for Elementary Teachers program and quantitative masters and doctoral courses offered by our department; conducting an active research agenda and publishing scholarly work; serving on dissertation committees; and providing service to the University and professional community. 

The successful candidate will play a key role in developing and administering innovative graduate programs that can draw from our large pool of undergraduate students. Additionally, this individual will spearhead new department initiatives that directly address market demand for non-traditional education programs grounded in educational studies.

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Postdoctoral Scholars (Cluster Hire)
University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)
Application review will begin November 21, 2023

The University of Texas at El Paso College of Education Teacher Education Department is thrilled to announce a cluster hire of three full-time Postdoctoral Scholar positions.

Each appointment is for up to two years, and renews after the first year based on funding availability and scholar performance. Each scholar will have the opportunity to work on projects that aim to advance knowledge, practice, and policy at the intersection of K-12 computer science education and research practice partnerships that serve minoritized communities. 

The overarching goal of the appointment is to strengthen capacity (i.e., knowledge, skills, practices, literacies) among recent education doctoral graduates whose scholarship engages with Computer Science (CS) and other STEM disciplines among learner groups traditionally marginalized in STEM + C fields (e.g., predominantly Hispanic-serving K-12 environments).

Scholars will participate in a co-generative mentorship model that will involve participation in existing K-12 social science research projects—with the goal of additionally developing and implementing independent research programs in related fields within their time as post-doctoral researchers. Scholars will be co-mentored by project investigators (i.e., PI/Co-PIs/Senior Personnel) who will provide apprenticeship in: designing and enacting research projects, competitively pursuing extramural funding to support research, and mentoring students.

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Associate/Full Professor, Tenure Track
University of Arizona
Lester and Roberta Smith Endowed Chair

Join the University of Arizona College of Education as an Associate Professor or Full Professor (Tenure Track) with a focus on prevention science to fill the position of Lester and Roberta Smith Endowed Chair for the prevention of substance abuse and improve the lives of children. 

The Smith Endowed Chair responsibilities reflect a comprehensive approach to promoting health equity and reducing disparities in school contexts by supporting school environmental approaches and broadly defined protective factors to address risk factors, including substance use, juvenile crime and incarceration, poverty, child abuse, discrimination, mental illness, violence, or other key developmental risk factors that affect outcomes for children and adolescents. 

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Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, Tenure Track
University of Utah
Open Until Filled: Review of applications will begin on October 16, 2023

The Department of Educational Psychology in the College of Education at the University of Utah invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Learning and Cognition, with primary responsibilities in the Learning Sciences program. The Learning Sciences program offers MS and PhD degrees in Learning and Cognition, as well as master’s degrees in Secondary Science Education, Statistics, Instructional Design and Educational Technology. Learning Sciences faculty provide support to the graduate programs across the department, and also contribute to undergraduate teacher education in elementary and secondary methods in science, mathematics, and technology education, as well as general survey courses in learning and research. Learning Sciences program faculty conduct basic or applied research in their areas of expertise include STEM education, educational technology, and cognitive processes. Research in this program contributes not only to foundational theory in the learning sciences, but it also informs the design and development of effective educational materials and interventions.

Position Rank: This is a nine-month, full-time position. The appointment is at the rank of Assistant Professor.

Applicant Required Qualifications: This position requires an earned doctorate in Educational Psychology, Learning Sciences, Psychology, or a related field. Candidates should have a theory-driven program of research that addresses key questions in learning sciences and that utilizes or advances high-quality quantitative methodologies.

Preferred Qualifications: • Programmatic research agenda that is grounded in educational and/or psychological theories of learning and cognition. • Clear potential for obtaining external funding and publishing scholarly works in high-quality outlets. • Interest and experience in interdisciplinary and collaborative research. • Demonstrated ability or potential for high-quality teaching. • Commitment to the promotion of equity, diversity, and inclusion across research, teaching, and service. Position Responsibilities: Responsibilities of the position will include: • Develop and maintain a strong record of research, publication, grant writing, and other scholarly activities. • Design, teach, and coordinate core courses at the undergraduate or graduate level in critical areas (e.g., cognition, quantitative methodology, measurement, advanced topics in quantitative methods and measurement) and individual area of scholarship. • Mentor/supervise graduate students and serve on graduate student committees. • Engage in service for program, department, college, community, and profession.

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Professor and Department Head (Tenured)
Texas A&M University
Deadline: Review of applications will begin October 16, 2023, and continue until an appointment is made.

The School of Education and Human Development seeks an innovative, visionary, strategic and creative Department Head and with the intent of holding the Huffines Endowed Chair for Education with exceptional leadership, administrative and interpersonal skills to lead the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development (EAHR) ( at Texas A&M University. This full-time 11-month position will hold the tenured faculty title of Professor and the projected start date will be in Fall of 2024.   Successful candidates should be innovative leaders in their academic field of study; have a strong vision for the future of the field, as well as the challenges and opportunities at the national level; and be able to successfully advocate for the students, staff, and faculty in the department. They should have administrative and budgetary management experience, be committed to transparent and engaged faculty governance, be collaborative change agents, possess good communication skills, be able to inspire and lead others, maintain and project a positive attitude, and execute mediation and resolve challenges with solutions.

They should support faculty in seeking and securing internal and external funding. Finally, successful candidates should demonstrate success in supporting all faculty, including attracting highly qualified faculty, staff, and students, and effectively promoting Aggie Core Values of excellence, integrity, leadership, loyalty, respect, and selfless service.

Responsibilities: The Department Head serves as the chief academic, fiscal, development, and administrative officer for the Department. The Head is responsible for fostering faculty excellence in research, teaching, and service consistent with the four pillars of the Texas A&M University’s vision and the Aggie core values; providing effective advocacy for the department within the school, university, state, and nation; encouraging a positive, collegial climate; promoting national and international outreach; and establishing a successful record of creating a positive climate for the recruitment, development, and retention of faculty, students, and staff.

Qualifications. Candidates must possess an earned doctorate in a field related to any of the department’s academic programs; qualify for the rank of full professor, as well as the Huffines Endowed Chair for Education, which accompanies the Department Head position; and have a distinctive and active record of scholarship, publications, and external funding.

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Director, Test Development – Simulations
Deadline: Open until filled


At NBME®, we're united by a common goal - to improve patient care through effective assessment of health care professionals. NBME® is seeking a Director to provide leadership and management of the Computer-based Case Simulation and Performance-Based Assessment sub-units of the Test Development team. USMLE Computer-based Case Simulations are dynamic, interactive simulations of patient-care situations designed to evaluate students approach to clinical management. This role plays an essential role in ensuring annual exam production targets are realized, high-quality standards are maintained, and operationalizing innovative assessments for healthcare professionals.

This role has been designated as primarily remote which means it generally does not require onsite work more than an average of 2-3 times per month and may require additional prescheduled onsite work. Preference will be given to candidates in the following states: PA, NJ, DE, and MD.

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Postdoctoral Fellow (Remote Eligible)
Georgia Tech University
Deadline: Open until filled

Job Summary

This Postdoctoral Fellow appointment is annual and renewable up to 5 years. This position will be exposed to various interdisciplinary and collaborative research opportunities focused on the higher education context. This position will be supervised by a director of research in education innovation at C21U, who will guide practices in the design and methodology of research that aims to enhance at-scale learning and teaching environments. This position will also work closely with C21U faculty and staff, including research scientists, data analysts, and graduate research assistants to solve complex education problems.

The successful candidate for this position will be proficient in quantitative research methods, be knowledgeable in data science and analytics research topics, follow current literature and trends in innovations in higher education, and possess an outstanding academic writing background. This position is expected to generate compelling research questions, analyze large-scale learning data, conduct high quality research, and publish research work. The candidate is expected to co-lead, with support from a director of research in education innovation, data-driven education research with a special focus on understanding students in various online learning environments, including those from online degree programs.

The major job responsibilities include:

  • Conduct novel research at the intersection of data science, machine learning and education
  • Conduct scientific reviews of research, assessment, evaluation, and statistical analyses
  • Offer educational research support to faculty, staff and administration at C21U and Georgia Tech based on evidence-based data insights and statistics
  • Ensure ethical and secure data practices
  • Prepare as directed, any written products to convey research-based knowledge and information to a variety of audiences
  • Engage in dissemination of C21U research findings and outreach activities
  • Participate in the teaching activities for the Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) Data-Driven Education team

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