Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Inclusive Education
Location: Brockport, New York
Internal Number: 3863767
Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Inclusive Education
Job no: 496467
SUNY Budget Title: Assistant Professor (10 month) - EDI Salary Level/Grade: A5 Work type: Full time Location: Brockport, NY Department: Education and Human Development Categories: Faculty & Libraries
Located in Western New York, State University of New York College (SUNY) Brockport is a nationally recognized and accredited public institution with competitive state health insurance and retirement plan options. SUNY Brockport also includes Brockport Downtown and sponsors the Rochester Educational Opportunity Center (REOC), both located in Rochester, NY. We are an inclusive employee-oriented university. Be yourself and start your career here. Help us build a better Brockport! Job Summary: The department of Education and Human Development at SUNY Brockport is accepting applications for a full-time, 10-Month, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Inclusive Education. The Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Inclusive Education is responsible for teaching courses in the Department of Education and Human Development, conducting research and publishing scholarship in any of the fields below, and for regular service (including advisement and accreditation activities), at the department, school, and College levels. We seek scholars whose research and experience engages directly with schools and communities and includes any of the following (or related) research areas: 1) inclusive, anti-racist and liberatory teaching in early childhood education; 2) culturally- and linguistically-sustaining pedagogies; 3) the dynamics of inclusive classroom cultures particularly for students of color, LGBTQ students, multilingual students, and other minoritized learners; 4) equity-oriented teacher education practices and program designs; and 5) equity oriented practices of assessment or technologies. Minimum Qualifications:
Terminal degree (ex. PhD or EdD) in early childhood education, anti-racist or critical multicultural education, inclusive/special education, or a closely related field must be completed within six months of hire from a college or university accredited by the U.S. Department of Education or an internationally recognized college or university
Demonstrated birth through grade two teaching experience in early childhood, school, or community settings
Teacher certification in early childhood education or a related field (or international equivalent or willingness to attain)
Evidence of the ability to work collaboratively with others, with an appreciation for cultural and group differences
Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills
Three or more years of teaching experience in birth through grade two settings
College teaching and advising experience
Additional teaching certification(s) in Special Education (any level); TESOL (Teaching English to Students of Other Languages), ESOL, or Bilingual; or General Education (Childhood or Elementary)
Additional study in inclusive education, anti-racist pedagogy, critical or liberatory theory or other related fields
Evidence of collaboration with organizations that serve minoritized communities, including families of color, LGBTQ families, multilingual families, and economically disadvantaged families
Indication of a viable research agenda and/or successful scholarship
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday Salary and Benefits: May be benefits eligible; more information at Careers@Brockport. This position is not eligible for visa sponsorship. Application Instructions: Visit jobs.hr.brockport.edu to complete an application including your letter of application that addresses required and preferred qualifications, resume/CV, and contact information for three professional references. Background Investigation Statement: All applicants are subject to a pre-employment background check. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Pre-employment drug test and DOT physical may be required for positions requiring a valid Class A or B CDL driver's license with passenger endorsement.
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Diversity Statement: SUNY Brockport is committed to creating and maintaining an equitable environment that welcomes, values, and supports individuals and communities who affirm human dignity. The University provides opportunities for engagement, learning, growth, and transformation to foster a diverse, equitable, and inclusive institution.
SUNY Brockport is an AA/EEO/ADA employer. The University actively seeks applications from women, veterans, individuals with a disability, members of underrepresented groups or anyone that would enrich the diversity of the University.
Founded in 1835, The College at Brockport is a nationally recognized comprehensive public college focused on student success. We are proud of our academic quality and exceptional value. Our 464-acre campus has 67 buildings occupying about one-quarter of the campus, with rolling grassy fields and wooded land. Each year, The College at Brockport awards approximately 25 percent of all bachelor's degrees in the Rochester area, with many alumni staying in Rochester to work or attend graduate school. Our alumni serve in leadership roles in business, government, public safety, health care, the arts, sciences and education.