Moore College of Art & Design, the nation’s first and only art and
design college for women, invites applications and nominations for
its next President. Located in the heart of Philadelphia’s dynamic
Parkway Museum District, Moore has been educating students for
careers in art and design for over 160 years. The next president will
be expected to increase visibility and enrollment, ensure continued
academic quality and financial stability, foster a climate that
encourages innovation, and focus the college’s competitive
positioning. This is an exciting time to lead Moore and build on a
strong foundation. The president will join a community where
rapport and open communication are valued, and where the
president works in concert with a committed board, staff, faculty,
alumnae and students.
With its relatively small size (an undergraduate enrollment of 500
and graduate enrollment of 55) and a student-faculty ratio of 8:1,
Moore is able to provide a high quality academic experience for
students in a closely-knit and supportive teaching and learning
community. The college is accredited by the National Association of
School of Art and Design (NASAD) and the Middle States
Commission on Higher Education, and offers nine BFA majors,
three coeducational MFA and MA programs, a Post-Baccalaureate
degree, and continuing education classes.
Candidates should bring successful experience in organizational
leadership and management, proven strategic planning and problem
solving skills, and demonstrated fundraising ability. Moore seeks an
individual with a naturally respectful, collaborative, and accessible
leadership style, excellent communication skills, and the capacity and
willingness to be an engaging ambassador and advocate for the
college. A commitment to the value of an art and design education is
expected, as is a vision for continued innovation. An affinity for and/or
understanding of the arts would be valuable.
Please direct inquiries, applications and nominations to Sheryl Ash
and Liz Vago at Isaacson, Miller. Candidates should provide a CV or
resume and letter of interest electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All replies will be held in strict confidence.
Moore College of Art & Design is an equal opportunity employer.
ical properties of DAT and its function.
Candidate must have the ability to employ
multiple real-time functional approaches
including simultaneous whole-cell patch
clamp and amperometry in midbrain DA
neurons, DAT-expressing mammalian
cells and frog oocytes, ex vivo electrophysiology, live-cell microscopy, and molecular approaches. Must possess a Ph. D.
in biomedical science; experience track
record of first author publications using
electrophysiology technique such as single neuron, slice patch recording as well
as microscopy and cell signaling transduction are required. Must have extensive experience as determined by number of first
author publications indicating mastery in
TIRF, FRAP, FTRET microscopy approaches as well as track record of working with laboratory animals and preparing
primary neuronal culture. Ability to develop and submit research proposals. Applicants should submit CV, brief description
of research interest, names and contact information of three references by e-mail to
Ms. Joan Hill, Department. Neuroscience
Administration. ( email@example.com), COM,
UF. Ref. position#00026756.
Rhetoric: Rhetorical Studies/Director of
Basic Public Speaking Course: Commu-
nication Studies, Colorado State Univer-
sity seeks entry-level Assistant Professor.
Appointment date August 16, 2012. Ap-
plications considered until position filled.
Submit complete application by October
31, 2011 for full consideration. Ph. D. pre-
ferred, ABD required. Qualifications:
credentials and experience centered in
communication studies with a specialty
in rhetorical studies; demonstrated po-
tential for successfully directing the ba-
sic public speaking course; demonstrated
potential for excellence in teaching and
research and publication; collegiality in
a faculty committed to the rhetorical ba-
sis of the discipline; a commitment to the
liberal arts. Submit letter, vita, statement
of teaching philosophy and research pro-
gram, three letters of recommendation,
and official M.A. and Ph.D. transcripts
to Search Committee Chair, Department
of Communication Studies, 1783 Cam-
pus Delivery, Colorado State University,
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1783; telephone
970-491-6858. Once the Search Commit-
tee has identified semi-finalists, Depart-
ment faculty will have access to files, in-
cluding letters of recommendation. View
full job description at: http://www.colos-
State is an EO/EA/AA employer and con-
ducts background checks on all final can-
Science Education: Assistant Professor,
Kremen School of Education and Human Development. Principal responsibilities include teaching in our basic credential and graduate programs preparing
elementary and secondary science teach-ers/administrators. Applicants must hold
the Ph.D or Ed. D in science education or
related fields or be near degree completion, have successful teaching experience
in K-12 schools, demonstrate knowledge
of current national trends in science education, evidence potential for scholarly
productivity, and demonstrate ability to
integrate technology into teaching. The
successful candidate will join a university-wide cohort of faculty that will develop initiatives that focus on water quality,
technology, and management, including a
new interdisciplinary Master’s degree in
water resource management. We anticipate cohort appointments in science education, geography, hydrology, engineering, business, irrigation technology, environmental journalism, and water and community health. The University is actively
committed to diversity, see: http://www.
csufresno.edu/diversity. Review of applications will begin on November 18, 2011.
For a complete description and online application see: http://apptrkr.com/208950
or call (559) 278-0250.
Social Work: The Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant, Associate, or Full
Professor rank for fall 2012. We seek applicants who have demonstrated expertise
in any area applicable to social work. The
focus may be direct practice, policy, administration, or theoretical advancements
with implications for social work practice.
Faculty responsibilities include teaching
and advising students at the master’s and
Ph.D. levels; conducting research, and
producing scholarly publications; service
to the Brown School, Washington University in St. Louis, and the community; and
developing research proposals for external funding. All candidates should have an
earned doctorate in public health or relat-
Arkansas State University-Jonesboro
Arkansas State University (ASU) is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer with a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff. In pursuit of
this commitment, Arkansas State University invites nominations and applications for the position of chancellor of the Jonesboro campus. The chancellor will function as the chief executive officer of the campus and will
report to the Arkansas State University System president. Home to more
than 14,000 students and more than 66,000 alumni, Arkansas State
University-Jonesboro is the largest and oldest campus of the Arkansas State
University System. Arkansas State University offers 42 degree programs
with 150 major fields of study offered at the doctoral, specialist, master's,
bachelor's, and associate degree levels.
Arkansas State University seeks a visionary, innovative, and consensus-
building individual to lead the university in its second century of service.
The successful candidate will have the character and integrity deserving of
the public trust, an earned doctorate or recognized terminal degree, a mini-
mum of five years of executive leadership experience, and a demonstrable
commitment to the ideals of excellence and diversity.
Additional information, including an institutional profile and more detailed
job description, may be found at www.astate.edu/chancellorsearch.
Review of applications will continue until the position is filled, with priority consideration being given to applications received by January 9, 2012.
The new chancellor will assume office on a date mutually agreed upon with
the System President and Board of Trustees. Application materials (to
include a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses,
telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of five references) must be electronically submitted (MS Word or Adobe PDF) via
Under the provisions of the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act, applications are subject to public inspection.
All other communications should be directed to:
Pam Kail, Executive Assistant to the ASU System President
Phone (870) 933-7903 / firstname.lastname@example.org
ASU is committed to creating a productive workplace in which both persons
and property are secure. To achieve that goal, background investigations are
conducted on all final applicants recommended for employment.
Bangor Theological Seminary seeks a President to begin no later
than July 1, 2012. The President is the Chief Executive Officer of the
Seminary and is responsible for leading and managing all academic
and administrative functions required for the seminary to fulfill its
mission and strategic objectives.
Desired leadership qualities include: vision and energy, sound
character, collegial management style, tested fundraising skills,
strong commitment to justice, and excellent human relations and
communication skills. Requirements include Ph.D. or equivalent,
active participation in church life, experience in higher education
administration, and familiarity with information and education
Please send a letter of interest and résumé with three references
to Presidential Search Committee, Bangor Theological Seminary,
159 State Street, Portland, Maine, 04101. E-mail: BTS1814@
To learn more about BTS visit https://www.BTS.edu.
BTS is an equal opportunity employer.
ed field. Salary and rank are commensu-
rate with qualifications. Specific require-
ments by rank are as follows: Assistant
Professor: Record of high quality scholar-
ship with evidence of ability to develop a
strong independent program of research;
at least one year of teaching experience;
and record of contributions to the profes-
sion and community. Associate Professor:
Record of outstanding scholarly achieve-
ment; record of excellent teaching and
service to the university, with at least five
years of teaching experience; and signif-
icant contributions to the profession and
community. Full Professor: Extraordinary
scholarly achievement; exceptional record
of teaching and service to the university;
and leadership among peers with national
or international recognition. The Brown
School ( http://brownschool.wustl.edu),
the top-ranked school of social work in
the country, aims to create positive social
change through path-breaking research
and educational excellence. To achieve
our mission, we have developed an intel-
lectually exciting, collegial, and supportive
environment that fosters interdisciplinary
collaboration and international research.
We are expanding an impressive array of
existing and new programs including the
implementation of a new MS W curriculum
designed to help advance the implementa-
tion of evidence-based social work and an
innovative Master of Public Health pro-
gram. The Brown School is international-
ly recognized for its extensive internation-
al program, drawing faculty and students
from 30 countries, and an educational
program that emphasizes evidence-based
practice and capacity building. We strive
to attract a diverse community of scholars
and to identify new opportunities to par-
ticipate in increasingly diverse urban and
community life of St. Louis. To receive
full consideration, applications should
be submitted prior to December 30, 2011.
Early application is strongly encouraged.
Positions will be filled when suitable can-
didates are selected. Candidates should
submit a cover letter that includes a pro-
posed research agenda, curriculum vitae,
list of three professional references, and
up to three writing samples. Please submit
application materials electronically, in a
single .pdf file, sequenced as listed above,
to: Chair, Personnel Advisory Commit-
tee, The Brown School Washington Uni-
versity in St. Louis St. Louis, MO, brown-
edu. Washington University in St. Louis is
committed to building a diverse academ-
ic community and encourages members of
underrepresented groups to apply.
Sociology: University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Sociology, Anthropology &
Criminal Justice Department. Anticipated, tenure-track Assistant Professor of
Sociology position beginning 8/22/12. Primary area of need is to teach courses in
Owens Community College
Owens Community College invites nominations and
applications for the position of President/CEO.
With a commitment to providing small classes, personal attention and
unmatched affordability, Owens Community College offers rigorous, high-quality career and transfer programs and prepares students to achieve
advanced degrees in a learner-centered environment. The College’s Workforce
and Community Services provides for the workforce development and training
needs of local businesses and industries.
Owens Community College is a fully accredited, comprehensive state
community college in The University System of Ohio. The College has unique
and modern facilities with locations in Perrysburg (main campus), Findlay,
downtown Toledo, and Maumee, Ohio, as well as a strong on-line presence.
Owens serves 20,000 students while being one of Ohio’s lowest cost providers.
Owens offers associate degrees that transfer to baccalaureate degrees in
the Arts and Sciences and over 130 technical program areas in Agriculture,
Business, Health Sciences, Nursing, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness,
Skilled Trades, Engineering and Transportation Technologies. The success of
Owens Community College students, graduates, and alumni is the essence of
our mission. Together, we transform our communities into vibrant places to live
and work in Northwest Ohio.
Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the President serves as chief executive
officer of the institution and as professional advisor to the Board of Trustees.
Serving as the visionary leader for the College, the President should have at
least 10 years of senior-level administrative experience in higher education
or equivalent corporate executive experience, an advanced degree from an
accredited institution and experience teaching. The ideal candidate will bring a
commitment to student success, fostering diversity, and engaging the campus
community as well as successful experience collaborating with external
Initial screening of applicants will begin by October 31, and continue until the
position is filled. Owens Community College will be assisted by Matthew Stencil
and Tracie Smith of Heidrick & Struggles. For confidential inquiries, please contact
us at 404.682.7316. Nominations and applications should be directed to:
Owens Community College Presidential Search Committee
Heidrick & Struggles, Inc.
Ohio’s Sunshine Law: The presidential search
process will comply with Ohio’s Sunshine Law.
elementary social statistics and research
methods. Teaching interests in health, international migration, or global health a
plus. Candidates will be expected to teach,
publish scholarly works, contribute to department and university service, and seek
grants as appropriate. Candidates must
have experience and be able to work with
a diverse population. Complete application package must include a letter of application, vita including all relevant professional experience, all undergraduate
and graduate transcripts (photocopies acceptable for initial application), three letters of recommendation, sample publications, and evidence of teaching effectiveness. Only complete applications will be
considered. Send materials electronically
to: socsearch@uw w.edu. Specify statistics
position. Complete applications received
by 10/28/2011 ensured consideration; position is considered open until otherwise
noted. Visit http://www.uw w.edu/employ-ment/ unclassified.html for more information. AA/EOE. Names of finalists released. Background check of finalist conducted.
Spanish: Assistant Professor of Spanish,
Lafayette College. Tenure-track assistant
professorship in Latin American litera-
ture (area of specialization open). Prefer-
ence given to candidates whose teaching
and research interests include area/ethnic
studies (e.g., Caribbean, Latino), film/me-
dia studies, or gender studies. Teaching
responsibilities include all undergradu-
ate levels of Spanish language, composi-
tion, literature, and culture/civilization.
The successful candidate will have: Ph.D.
in hand by August 2012; native or near-na-
tive fluency in Spanish and English; famil-
iarity with educational technology in lan-
guage teaching; the ability to participate
in interdisciplinary programs at the Col-
lege. Teaching load: 3/2. Salary and ben-
efits very competitive. Application dead-
line: December 5, 2011. Interviews held at
the MLA Convention. Please send hard
copy applications (including statement
of interest, curriculum vitae, 3 letters of
recommendation, and graduate school
transcripts) to Sidney Donnell, Head, De-
partment of Foreign Languages and Lit-
eratures, Lafayette College, Easton, PA
18042-1781. Lafayette College is commit-
ted to creating a diverse community, one
that is inclusive and responsive, and is sup-
portive of each and all of its faculty, stu-
dents, and staff. All members of the Col-
lege community share a responsibility for
creating, maintaining, and developing a
learning environment in which difference
is valued, equity is sought, and inclusive-
ness is practiced. Lafayette College is an
equal opportunity employer and encour-
ages applications from women and mi-
Spanish: Qualifications: Ph.D. in hand at
time of appointment; strong commitment
to teaching and scholarship; evidence of
scholarship; native or near-native fluency
in Spanish; experience in language teaching and/or teaching in field; ; experience in
proficiency-oriented language instruction.
Preferred Qualifications: Latin American
Literature and Cultural Studies with a
strong background in Mexican literature;
interest in community-based learning or
urban outreach programs; experience or
interest in heritage language programs.
Duties: teaching language, literature and
culture courses across a broad spectrum
at all levels, from beginning to graduate
(Master’s); advising Spanish majors and
MA students, supervising MA papers and
theses; grant writing; service to the University; scholarly contribution to research
field. Preliminary interviews will be conducted at the MLA conference in January. Applications should be received by
November 21, 2011 to be assured of consideration. Send letter of interest, Curriculum Vitae, evidence of teaching ability and three letters of recommendation
by mail to: Spanish Search Committee,
Portland State University, Department of
World Languages and Literatures, PO Box
751, Portland, OR 97207-0751.
Spanish: Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Spanish Translation & Interpreting,
full-time appointment in the Department
of French, Italian & Comparative Literature. Responsibilities include teaching,
research, and service. Native or near-native fluency in Spanish and English, high
proficiency in at least one other language
(including but not limited to Brazilian
Portuguese, Russian, Chinese or a less-commonly-taught language), and Ph.D.
in Spanish Translation, Interpreting or related field by date of appointment are required. Applicants should be prepared to
teach Spanish to English and English to