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- Position housed in the Department of Special Education. General funds, contingent upon position clearance and department needs and fund availability. Appointment to begin August 2017. Selectee is required to complete the COE New Faculty orientation in the first year and Title IX training and pass a criminal background check.
- Teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses via face to face and/or a variety of distance delivery modes;
- Supervise candidates' field activities in field-based teacher preparation programs;
- Serve as cohort coordinator for candidates in teacher training programs;
- Advise students;
- Maintain active program of research/scholarly activity and publications in area of specialization;
- Provide service to the university, public schools, and professional community;
- Participate in program review, program assessment, and accreditation activities.
- An earned doctorate prior to start date in special education or closely related field from an accredited institution, will consider ABD if completed before August 2017.
- Broad special education knowledge in mild/moderate disabilities.
- Knowledge of special education instructional methods, assessment, and behavior management techniques for students with mild/moderate disabilities.
- Teaching experience as a licensed special educator with students with mild/moderate disabilities.
- Experience in teaching, supervising, and/or advising candidates in higher education.
- Evidence of, or potential for, scholarly research activity.
- Any equivalent combination of education and/or professional work experience which provides the required education, knowledge, skills and abilities as indicated.
- Experience with integrated general/special education programs in higher education.
- Experience teaching non-traditional university students from culturally diverse backgrounds.
- Experience teaching through online course delivery.
- Special education content expertise in literacy, mathematics, and/or science
- Expertise related to teaching English Language Learners.
- Experience teaching K-12 students from Native Hawaiian, Asian and/or Pacific Islander populations.
- Attn: Dr. Amelia Jenkins
- University of Hawaii at Manoa
- College of Education, Department of Special Education
- 1776 University Ave, Wist 120
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Dr. Amelia Jenkins; 808-956-7956; firstname.lastname@example.org
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Employment is contingent on satisfying employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986; reference checks of previous employers; and for certain positions, criminal history record checks.
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