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 Webmaster (see officer contact list).    

Assistant Professor of Special Education
Seton Hill University
Open until filled

Seton Hill University invites applications for a tenure track faculty position in the School of Education and Applied Social Sciences beginning in August 2024.  Seton Hill’s undergraduate program offers students dual teacher certification, Pre-K to Grade 4 and Special Education Pre-K to Grade 12, presented with an outstanding liberal arts degree.  Graduate degrees are offered in Special Education, Innovative Instruction, Critical and Cultural Literacy, and Masters of Art in Teaching: Early Childhood Education.   Chartered in 1918, Seton Hill University is a leading Catholic coeducational liberal arts university founded by the Sisters of Charity and embracing students of all faiths. Located in southwestern Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands (yet only 35 miles from Pittsburgh), Seton Hill educates its more than 2000 students to “think and act critically, creatively and ethically as productive members of society committed to transforming the world.

•    Doctorate in Education
•    Special Education Teaching certification
•    Higher education teaching experience, graduate level a plus
•    K-12 special education teaching experience
•    Other teaching certification a plus

Requirements include an earned doctorate in education, three years K-12 special education teaching experience, and a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Use of technology to enhance teaching is required. The ideal candidate has expertise in special education instructional methodologies, including universal design for learning approaches for individuals with mild to moderate and/or moderate to severe/profound disabilities and writing an IEP.  Expertise in instructional methodology, knowledge of or experience in working with English-language learners, knowledge of or experience with Middle States or similar accreditation, ability to do graduate program coordination and experience with quality online delivery systems is preferred.

Responsibilities include teaching in undergraduate and graduate level programs in special education on campus and online, advising, conducting research, participating in university/community service activities, and initiating partnerships with community agencies and schools for our School of Education students.
Salary and benefits:  Seton Hill University offers a full range of benefits for faculty, including medical, dental, vision insurance, disability coverage, and contributions toward a retirement plan.

To apply:  Please send a letter of application, curriculum vita, official transcripts, a statement of teaching philosophy, a description of research interests, and three letters of recommendation to  Review of applications will be ongoing.

Saint Louis Translational Fellowships in Education
Postdoctoral opportunity
Open until filled

Educational research conducted through the long-term collaboration between practitioners and academic researchers creates equitable outcomes for children and teachers in PK-12 education. In contrast with traditional academic educational research, such research-practice partnerships (RPP) prioritize investigating problems of practice through a process in which research agendas are collaboratively developed with the goal of improving schools. The Saint Louis Translational Fellowships in Education program provides training to early career educational researchers through an apprenticeship model working with multiple RPPs and local schools. The program enables early career educational researchers to acquire the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to conduct translational research for schools and transition into careers of service to the PK-12 education system. The program invites applications for multiple postdoctoral fellow positions with a start date of July 2023 (see full ad). Applications and supporting materials must be submitted electronically via Interfolio:

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.

To apply, visit the job posting page:


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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