The Department of Educational Administration (EDA) in the School of Education and Health Science (SEHS) at the University of Dayton is pleased to announce two 12-month Lecturer positions for its online Ed.D. in Leadership for Organizations program to begin on January 1, 2021. EDA has significantly expanded the scope and reach of its programming through a partnership with 2U, an online educational technology provider. An essential component of these positions is to assist in the development and growth of our new online Ed.D. program.
Position responsibilities include, but are not limited to: teaching the equivalent of twelve graduate-level courses per academic year (including summer term), dissertation committee membership and supervision, assessment of learning outcomes, and curriculum development. Successful candidates are expected to contribute to the development and success of the Department and Program through high-quality, synchronous online teaching. Local residency is not required for this position; however, lecturers are expected to participate in one on-campus immersion experience every semester.
Ph.D. or Ed.D. in P-12 Administration/Leadership, Higher Education Administration/ Leadership, Organizational Leadership, or a related field.
Demonstrated experience teaching and developing a variety of courses in leadership at the doctoral level, including advanced expertise in one of the following areas: program evaluation, learning assessment, communication and community engagement, and finance.
Demonstrated experience employing diverse pedagogies in a learner-centered environment.
Minimum of five years of experience developing and/or delivering online courses through a variety of media.
Demonstrated skills applicable to the design and implementation of an online Ed.D. program.
Successful university teaching experience in the U.S. as instructor of record at the graduate level.
Three or more years of teaching and/or administrative experience in P-12, higher education, health care, business or a related field.
Demonstrated, successful experience working with diverse student populations.
Demonstrated, successful experience working collaboratively with various constituents in higher education communities.
Effective interpersonal communication skills.
Affinity for the values central to Marianist education including diversity and social justice.
Openness to promoting and enhancing the Catholic Marianist environment.