Vanderbilt ABA position 2017

Vanderbilt University’s Department of Special Education Seeks Applicants for a Position in Applied Behavior Analysis

The Department of Special Education at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University invites applications for a tenure line position in the area of Applied Behavior Analysis. Although the position is open rank, we strongly encourage applications at the assistant and associate levels. The duties of the position are to: (1) develop and/or maintain a nationally recognized program of research on behavior analytic interventions for individuals with or at risk for disabilities, (2) seek external funds to support this program of research, (3) teach courses as part of a BACB-approved sequence to students from a variety of program areas (e.g., low incidence disabilities, high incidence disabilities, early childhood), (4) contribute to the ongoing development of the ABA program, (5) collaborate with faculty across program areas, (6) advise students in the ABA program, (7) partner with local districts and agencies that serve individuals with or at risk for disabilities, and (8) engage in service to the university and field. Affiliation with the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Research on Human Development is possible (http://kc.vanderbilt.edu). 

The successful candidate will hold a doctorate in Special Education or a related field with national certification as a doctoral level behavior analyst (BCBA-D). Expertise and experience in applied behavior analysis, as well as preparing practitioners in behavior-analytic assessments and interventions are necessary.

Candidates should submit an application letter describing their qualifications and how their accomplishments address the expectations noted above. They should forward curriculum vitae, three samples of scholarly writing, and contact information for three people from whom letters of reference may be requested. Screening of applications will begin November 1, 2016, and continue until the position is filled. Questions regarding this position should be directed to Mary Louise Hemmeter, Search Chair (ml.hemmeter@vanderbilt.edu).  Employment will also require a background clearance check.

Application materials should be submitted to: ABA Search, Department of Special Education, PMB 228 Peabody College, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37203 (or electronically to ABAsearch@vanderbilt.edu).

Vanderbilt University has a student body of 12,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Twenty-three percent of our students are from racially/ethnically diverse backgrounds. In addition, there are over 1000 international students from 84 countries. Vanderbilt values individuals who can share different points of view; strives to create an atmosphere where faculty of diverse races and ethnicities receive support from other faculty; and aspires to become a leader among its peer institutions in making meaningful and lasting progress in responding to the needs and concerns of all underrepresented groups. Vanderbilt University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. People of color, women, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Hopkins Clinical Position for ECSE

Johns Hopkins University School of Education invites applications for a clinical Assistant Professor position with expertise in Early Childhood Special Education. Responsibilities include teaching graduate courses, advising master’s and doctoral students, engaging in scholarly activity, participating in school and university committees, developing and coordinating partnerships with area school systems, and seeking external funding for creative initiatives.

To see the full description of the position, please download the accompanying announcement.

Applications will be accepted immediately. Review of applications will begin 1 February 2016 and continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a letter of application and a current curriculum vita to the Special Education Search Committee c/o Connie Kinsley at ckinsley@jhu.edu. The position will remain open until a selection is made.

U.C. Davis assistant or associate professor position

Assistant or Associate Professor in Early Childhood Education, UC Davis School of Education, Starting July, 1, 2016.

The School of Education (SOE) at the University of California, Davis, seeks an innovative scholar with expertise in Early Childhood Education (preschool to third grade). The SOE is especially interested in scholars with expertise in quantitative experimental research related to advancing education for children who are considered at risk for poor elementary and secondary school outcomes. Scholars interested in working with diverse populations of students, including young English language learners (ELL) and young children with developmental delays or disabilities, are encouraged to apply. The position will be a full-time, nine-month academic year tenure-track appointment. The SOE maintains strong collaborative relations with local school districts; the M.I.N.D. Institute for research on childhood neurodevelopmental disorders and intervention; the UC Davis Poverty Center; and the departments of Human Development, Linguistics, and Psychology, as well as the Developmental Research Group of the UC Davis Center for Mind and Brain. Successful applicants will demonstrate substantial evidence of a productive program of research, impact on his or her field of study (if junior, potential for such impact), and commitment to excellence in teaching and mentoring of students.

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Keene State ECSE position for 2016

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Teacher Education-Early Childhood and Special Education
Tenure-Track Faculty Position
To begin fall 2016

Keene State College invites applications for a tenure-track academic year faculty position, with a focus on Early Childhood Education (birth to age 8) and Special Education, to collaborate with a dynamic team of teacher-scholars in the preparation of socially responsible early childhood and special education teachers. Position focuses on working with colleagues to support pre-service teachers to demonstrate developmentally appropriate teaching, promote inclusionary and anti-bias approaches to learning, and meet national standards as defined by NAEYC and CEC. A twelve-credit teaching load per semester is expected, and will include teaching and supervision in the undergraduate Early Childhood program and in the graduate Special Education program. An earned doctorate is required for the rank of Assistant Professor. A candidate who has not yet received the degree will be hired at the instructor rank.

Download a PDF of the full announcement or view a complete expanded position description, responsibilities, qualifications and application via the link at http://www.keene.edu/hr/vacancies.cfm.

Keene State College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and is engaged in an effort to build a community that reflects the diversity of society. The College prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status.

Frances Partridge Connor

Frances Partridge Connor, an influential figure across many aspects of special education, passed away 28 March 2015 in Boca Raton, FL. She was the Richard March Hoe Professor Emeritus of Education at Teachers College of Columbia University in New York (NY, US).

For many decades, Professor Connor affected the practice and policy of special education. She not only chaired the special education program at Teachers College, but also served as president of the International Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). In addition, she advised local, state, federal, and international government agencies about educational policies related to children and youths with disabilties. She was also a member of multiple research teams focused on improving the tools of teachers and methods for advancing outcomes for children with disabilties.
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Assistant Prof in Early Childhood Special Ed at JMU

Assistant Professor, Exceptional Education – Early Childhood
(position #0405633)

The College of Education at James Madison University announces a full-time tenure track Assistant Professor position in Exceptional Education with focus on inclusive early childhood special education to be filled beginning August, 2014. Successful candidates will balance teaching, scholarship and service responsibilities. Applicants must demonstrate their ability to work collaboratively with faculty within the Exceptional Education Department as well as across the College of Education and the university.

Review of applications begins November 29, 2013, and will continue until filled. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications. For more information on our programs, visit our website at http://www.jmu.edu/coe/exed.
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Two positions at WVU

West Virginia University is seeking people to fill positions two positions, one at the assistant or associate professor level and the other at the assistant professor level. The former is in multicategorical special education and the latter is in early childhood special education. For additional information, contact Barbara Ludlow: Barbara.Ludlow@mail.wvu.edu. Download PDF descriptions from the links.

Easter Seals campaigns for early intervention

Under the headline “Tell President Obama To Help Kids With Disabilities Realize Their Full Potential,” Change.org promoted a petition encouraging support for early intervention for children with disabilities. It’s got to be difficult to sell people on the idea of increasing government expenditures in a time of substantial concern about federal deficits, but the Easter-Seals-sponsored petition is seeking to accomplish just that end. Here’s the pitch.

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UMD College Park Special Education Position

Assistant or Associate Professor

(Open Rank) Tenure Track Position

The University of Maryland, Department of Special Education, seeks a faculty member to begin Fall 2011.  The Department is seeking an individual who will contribute to its long tradition of scholarly research and leadership in special education.  The Department of Special Education is consistently ranked among the top programs in special education in the U.S. and offers degrees at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels.  Programs of study are offered in early childhood disabilities, low incidence disabilities, secondary and transition, high incidence disabilities, and disability policy studies. Opportunities for collaboration include the Maryland Neuroimaging Center and Maryland Institute for Minority Achievement and Urban Education (MIMAUE).  The ideal candidate will bring a strong record of research and scholarly productivity, a commitment to teaching and mentoring of students, and a demonstrated track record in obtaining external funding. More information on the Department and College of Education can be found at http://www.education.umd.edu/edsp.
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DEC conference

The Division for Early Childhood of the International Council for Exceptional Children issued a reminder of its call for proposals for the conference the fall of 2008. Read more here.

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