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Thank you for your interest in the Daniel L. Goodwin College of Education. Below you will find current employment opportunities in the College.

Staff Positions

Clinical & Student Teaching Supervisor(s)

Northeastern Illinois University’s Department of Teacher Education seeks to hire University Supervisors for its elementary education candidates for the spring 2017 semester. Responsibilities will include preparing syllabi, teaching a weekly seminar, and observing teacher candidates in clinical or student teaching placements in and around the Chicago area.

Requirements include:

  • An earned master’s degree and Illinois teaching license for grades K-9
  • A minimum of three years teaching experience in elementary classrooms
  • A demonstrated commitment to diversity

Applicants must have experience with or be willing to commit to learning to use online course management technologies. In addition, applicants should have experience with edTPA or be willing to attend training for edTPA during the semester, in addition to fulfilling supervisory duties.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application, resume and the names of three professional references (including telephone in numbers and email addresses) to:

Dr. M. T. Garreton
Chair, Teacher Education Department
c/o j-brewer@neiu.edu

Link to employment application:

http://www.neiu.edu/academics/college-of-education/sites/neiu.edu.academics.college-of-education/files/documents/rdwartal/NEIU%20Job%20App%202015.pdf

Northeastern Illinois University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and invites applications from Women, Minorities, Veterans and Persons with Disabilities, as well as other qualified individuals.

 

Faculty Positions

Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Athletics
TWO Tenure Track Positions in Exercise Science

Start Date:     Fall 2017
Rank:             Assistant Professor (Tenure Track – 2 positions)
Salary:           Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience

The University: Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) is a fully accredited public university serving more than 10,500 full and part-time undergraduate and graduate students in the Chicago metropolitan area. The University offers more than 80 academic programs in the arts, sciences, education and business. Newsweek magazine has named Northeastern Illinois University the sixth best investment among all universities in the nation and number one in Illinois. The University is recognized as one of the most diverse universities in the United States and is federally designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution.

Program: The Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics (HPERA) offers B.A. programs in Physical Education (K-12), Secondary Health Education (6-12), Health and Wellness, and an M.S. program in Exercise Science. The Goodwin College of Education is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (now CAEP), and all programs are approved by the Illinois State Board of Education.

Responsibilities: Teaching responsibilities will include courses in graduate exercise science classes and other assigned courses across multiple campuses, as required by the department and based upon areas of expertise. Faculty members are expected to engage in teaching, participate in department, college and university service initiatives, and conduct and disseminate scholarly research.

Required Qualifications: An earned doctorate in exercise science with expertise in exercise physiology and/or biomechanics or a closely related field from a regionally accredited institution (ABD with doctoral completion prior to 9/1/2017 will be considered). Certification as Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA) or Certified Exercise Physiologist (ACSM) is highly desirable. Proficiency in exercise testing, metabolic and biomechanical measurements in a Human Performance Laboratory setting is preferred. Ability to teach courses such as exercise physiology, exercise testing, biomechanics, motor learning, assessment and other coursework relevant to the field of exercise science. Secondary knowledge and ability to teach in such areas as public & community health, and physical and health education; expertise in technology applications (hybrid & fully on-line instruction) for teaching and learning is highly desirable; engagement in scholarly activities; and demonstrated commitment to diversity.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience in teaching in diverse settings as well as relevant instruction, professional, and research technologies.

Deadline: Screening will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Application: Please send letter of application, CV, graduate transcripts, and the names of three references (including telephone numbers and e-mail addresses) to:

David Yasutake, Ph.D.
Professor and Interim Department Chair
Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Athletics
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 N. St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60625
d-yasutake@neiu.edu

 

Department of Literacy, Leadership and Development
Tenure Track Position in Higher Education

Start Date:     Fall 2017
Rank:             Assistant or Associate Professor (Tenure Track)
Salary:           Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience

The University: Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) is a fully accredited public university serving more than 10,000 full and part-time undergraduate and graduate students in the Chicago metropolitan area. The University offers more than 80 academic programs in the arts, sciences, education and business. Newsweek magazine has named Northeastern Illinois University the sixth best investment among all universities in the nation and number one in Illinois. The University also is recognized as one of the most diverse universities in the United States and is federally designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution.

Program:  The Higher Education Program (in the Department of Literacy, Leadership and Development, College of Education) offers an M.A. in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Higher Education.  The program provides knowledge and skills related to the history and development of colleges, universities, and community colleges, and to effective administrative practices at those institutions.  It stresses an understanding of administrative and supervisory skills for the development and support of instructional systems at the collegiate level. The program is approved by the Illinois Board of Higher Education.

Responsibilities:  Responsibilities include teaching higher education graduate courses in multiple locations as assigned, curriculum design and development as well as research including, but not limited to, Higher Education policy. Additional responsibilities include the recruitment, selection, orientation, advising and mentoring of students throughout the program.  Responsibilities also include collaborating with higher education colleagues, participating in department, college and university meetings and service initiatives, and conducting and disseminating scholarly research.  

Required Qualifications: An earned doctorate from a regionally or nationally accredited institution is required (ABD with completion by 9/1/2017 will be considered).  Expertise in and ability to teach Higher Education graduate school courses and an understanding of policy and research on Hispanic Serving Institutions as well as a demonstrated commitment to diversity.

Deadline:  Screening will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

Application:  Please send letter of application, CV, graduate transcripts, and the names of three references (including telephone numbers and e-mail addresses) to: 

Frank Gaytan, Ph.D.
Chair: Higher Education Search and Screen Committee
Literacy and Educational Leadership and Development
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 N. St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60625
F-gaytan@neiu.edu

 

Department of Literacy, Leadership, and Development
Tenure Track Position in Human Resource Development

Start Date:     Fall 2017
Rank:             Assistant Professor (Tenure Track)
Salary:           Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience, includes entry level.

The University: Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) is a fully accredited public university serving more than 10,500 full and part-time undergraduate and graduate students in the Chicago metropolitan area. The University offers more than 80 academic programs in the arts, sciences, education and business. Newsweek magazine has named Northeastern Illinois University the sixth best investment among all universities in the nation and number one in Illinois. The University also is recognized as one of the most diverse universities in the United States and is federally designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution.

Program:  The Human Resource Development Program (in the Department of Literacy, Leadership and Development, Goodwin College of Education) offers both a B.A. and M.A. in Human Resource Development (HRD). The program is skill-based and focused on Instructional Design skills, Technology skills for design and development, Evaluation, and general Organizational Development capabilities. Both the undergraduate and graduate programs require external skill applications as capstone experiences. Both programs are approved by the Illinois Board of Higher Education.

Responsibilities:  Teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate courses in HRD through assigned courses across multiple campuses, as required by the department chair. Other responsibilities include advising undergraduate and graduate students; collaborating with higher education colleagues and external HRD professionals, engaging in academic program administration and development; participating in department, college, and university service initiatives; and conducting and disseminating scholarly research.  

Required Qualifications: An earned doctorate in HRD or closely related field from a regionally or nationally accredited institution is required (ABD with doctoral completion by 9/1/2017 will be considered).  Expertise in and ability to teach graduate and undergraduate courses including, but not limited to, instructional design, evaluation, adult learning, strategic planning, and organizational development. Previous professional experience in training/HRD practice/instruction design, as well as experience using technology applications for teaching and learning is preferred. Demonstrated commitment to diversity expected.  

Deadline:  Screening will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

Application:  Please send letter of application, CV, graduate transcripts, and the names of three references (including telephone numbers and e-mail addresses) to: 

Dr. Terry Stirling
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 N. St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60625
T-Stirling@neiu.edu

 

ONE Tenure Track Position in Curriculum and Instruction for Secondary Social Studies/History Education

Start Date:            Fall 2017
Rank:                    Assistant Professor (Tenure Track – 1 position)
Salary:                  Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience

The University: Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) is a fully accredited public university serving more than 10,500 full and part-time undergraduate and graduate students in the Chicago metropolitan area. The University offers more than 80 academic programs in the arts, sciences, education and business. Newsweek magazine has named Northeastern Illinois University the sixth best investment among all universities in the nation and number one in Illinois. The University is recognized as one of the most diverse universities in the United States and is federally designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution.

Program: The Department of Educational inquiry and Curriculum Studies is home to programs in Educational Foundations, Inner City Studies Education, and Secondary Education. Whether seeking to complete initial teaching licensure at the secondary or K-12 levels, to expand their teaching repertoire, to become educators in alternative contexts, or to enhance their understanding of the historical, political and social underpinnings of education in and beyond urban settings, our students leave their work in our department uniquely prepared as reflective, collaborative, and transformative education professionals. The Secondary Education Program offers professional sequences for students seeking initial 9-12 licensure in Biology, English, History, or Math, and K-12 licensure in Spanish, Art, or Music. The program also offers graduate coursework leading to a Master of Science in Instruction in secondary English Language Arts.  

Responsibilities: Faculty members are expected to engage in teaching, relevant scholarly activity, and service to the university, the community, and their professional field. Teaching responsibilities may include courses in secondary education curriculum and methods, secondary social studies/ history education curriculum and methods, and assessment, as well as supervision of candidates’ field experiences. Participation in program review and accreditation processes is expected.

Required Qualifications:  Minimum qualifications include an earned doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis on secondary social studies/history education or earned doctorate in related field;  at least three years of relevant teaching experience at the middle or high school level; and eligibility for Illinois teaching licensure in social studies/history. Demonstrated commitment to serving diverse   populations and ability to work collaboratively across K-12, university, and community settings are also required. Excellent written and oral communication skills are expected.  ABD candidates with anticipated completion date prior to December 1, 2016, will be considered.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience teaching undergraduate or graduate coursework in secondary social studies/history curriculum, methods, assessment and/or instructional technology, or experience supervising candidates in field experiences in secondary social studies/history settings is preferred. Applicants should be familiar with program accreditation and teacher licensure process. Facility with technologies related to instruction and research is highly desired.

Deadline: Screening will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Application: Please send letter of application, CV, graduate transcripts, and the names of three references (including telephone numbers and e-mail addresses) to:
Ms. Florina Sirb
F-Sirb@neiu.edu

Questions regarding the search may be directed to:
Dr. Katy Smith
K-Smith1@neiu.edu

Northeastern Illinois University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and invites applications from Women, Minorities, Veterans and Persons with Disabilities, as well as other qualified individuals. Northeastern Illinois University positions are contingent upon the University's receipt of its State of Illinois appropriation.

 

TO APPLY
In order to be considered for employment, you must submit the following by the application deadline:

Please see the individual position listings for other required materials and the application deadline.
Employment Applications and Statement of Annuitant Status forms are also available at:

Northeastern Illinois University
Office of Human Resources
Bernard Office Building
5555 N. Bernard
Chicago, IL 60625

The Office of Human Resources is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Questions? Call 773-442-5200

Education

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T (773) 442-5500

F (773) 442-5510

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