The School of Education seeks the following:


About the School of Education


The CU-Boulder School of Education is located at the flagship campus of the University of Colorado, situated at the base of the Rocky Mountains, 25 miles northwest of Denver. The school has a tradition of excellence and offers a welcoming and collaborative environment for scholars who pursue the highest quality research and teaching. As a community, we embrace the principles of social justice, democracy, and diversity as the historic moral imperatives of U.S. public schooling. The school ranks among the nation’s most distinguished in terms of the quality and importance of the scholarly contributions made by its faculty and students.

Graduate degrees (MA & PhD) are offered in 5 areas of emphasis: Educational Foundations, Policy and Practice; Educational Equity and Cultural Diversity; Curriculum and Instruction; Learning Sciences and Human Development; and Research and Evaluation Methodology. Our exemplary, research-based teacher education programs (undergraduate and graduate) are an integral part of the life of the school. Find more program information here

The school also hosts several national and cross-campus centers: the BUENO Center for Multicultural Education, the National Education Policy Center (NEPC), the National Center for Research in Policy & Practice (NCRPP), the Center for Assessment, Design, Research & Evaluation (CADRE), the Freudenthal Institute for Science & Mathematics EducationCU Engage: Center for Community-Based Learning & Research, and the A Queer Endeavor initiative.

The University of Colorado Boulder is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment. 

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Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

The School of Education at the University of Colorado Boulder announces five tenure track positions for the 2017-2018 academic year: Bilingual Special Education or Special Education with a focus on English language learners; Equity, Diversity and Social Justice in Education; Educational Foundations and Qualitative Research Methods; Secondary Literacy/English Education; Educational Evaluation, Program and Policy Analysis. Except for the Equity, Diversity and Social Justice position, all positions are open rank.

These scholars will join an internationally recognized faculty whose deep commitments to equity and access are reflected in our research, policy, and practice. We seek scholars who are committed to addressing the pressing educational challenges facing our country from a wide array of methodological and disciplinary perspectives and scholars who are committed to working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations. What unites us as faculty, staff and students is our shared commitments to evidence-based policy and practice and democracy diversity, and social justice. Priority will be given to candidates with an active and coherent research agenda, a strong publication record commensurate with experience, and a corresponding record of success in obtaining outside funding. We seek candidates who are interested in contributing to our innovative teacher education programs and our doctoral programs across several areas.


No positions available at this time. Check back soon.

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 Adjunct Faculty Positions 


The School of Education offers the Master’s degree in Educational Equity & Cultural Diversity (EECD): Bilingual/ESL Special Education. Completion of this program qualifies teachers for the double endorsement in the areas of Special Education Generalist and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (K-12). Coursework in this program contains both CLD and special education content delivered in an integrated way leading to the MA degree and double endorsements. Through a grant funded by the Office of English Language Acquisition National Professional Development division titled “Diversity Endorsement and Community Engagement (DECE)”, the Principal Investigator is seeking lecturers to teach double endorsement graduate level courses through the DECE project in a rural mountain community. Courses are taught using a hybrid format with class sessions delivered online along with a few onsite sessions in Eagle County, CO.

The purpose of this search is to generate a pool of potential lecturers. Actual teaching possibilities will be determined based on the sequence of the project courses aligned with lecturer background.

For questions, contact: Suzanne Bonomo, Suzanne.Bonomo@colorado.edu 

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 Instructor Positions


Director of Diversity Recruitment and Retention - Job Posting #10208 

The Director of Diversity Recruitment and Retention is a full-time eleven-month Instructor appointment in the School of Education at the University of Colorado Boulder. The Director of Diversity reports directly to the Dean of the School of Education.

The Director of Diversity is responsible for the recruitment and retention of undergraduate and graduate students of color and first generation college students in the School of Education (SOE). Primary responsibilities include creating programing and mentorship of undergraduate students in the Education Diversity Scholars (EDS) and the Multicultural Leadership Scholars (MLS) programs of the LEAD Alliance and in the School of Education, working with the Associate Deans of Graduate Studies and Teacher Education on recruiting more students of color and first generation students to the SOE through connections to Colorado high schools, developing relationships with CU students of color on campus, teaching newly created 1 credit courses for students who will enter our new BA programs, and working with the Dean and the CU Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement (ODECE) to think strategically about recruitment, retention, and mentoring of this group of students.

The Education Diversity Scholars (EDS) and Multicultural Leadership Scholars programs are part of the CU LEAD Alliance, a group of academic neighborhoods that build camaraderie and student success by providing financial assistance and career preparation, as well as social and academic support to students. The LEAD Alliances advances the university inclusive excellence mission by recruiting and retaining students from under-represented groups, students of color, and first generation students.

For questions, contact: Suzanne Bonomo, Suzanne.Bonomo@colorado.edu 

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 Staff Positions


HR and Finance Manager, The BUENO Center - Job Posting #10413 

The BUENO Center for Multicultural Education is accepting applications for an HR and Finance Manager to assist the Executive Director in the overall management of the BUENO Center's program budgets. Responsibilities include:

Budget Analysis and Reporting - responsible for assuring that all funds expended by project directors meet federal guidelines. Also, provide technical support to administrative assistants to assure that they are spending within the budget and meeting all terms and conditions of the grants. 

Management of Projects and Programs - provide the Center Director a monthly report of all existing accounts: auxiliary, general, gift and grant funds including a breakdown of expenditures.

Contact and Communication - work closely with the Office of Contracts and Grants, Sponsored Projects Accounting, and the Bursar's Office to address questions and issues; work with internal staff on budgetary issues, special events and daily activities.

Work Leader - provide technical support, training, and/or keep staff informed of any budget, financial, and accounting updates, system changes, interpreting and/or explaining program-specific policies, processes, Cost Principles for Educational Institutions and/or other guidelines needed to process their work.

For questions, contact: Suzanne Bonomo, Suzanne.Bonomo@colorado.edu 

 

JTC Community Engagement Manager - Job Posting #10010

The Just Transition Collaborative (JTC) is accepting applications for a Community Engagement Manager. The JTC engages in community partnerships, projects, and research to advance environmental justice in the transition to a sustainable economy.  We support more just energy, climate, environmental and labor practices and policies that foster the inclusion of underrepresented peoples and values. JTC was founded in the summer of 2016 and is a program of CU Engage. In December,the JTC successfully advised the City of Boulder to incorporate social justice  objectives in its landmark Climate Plan. We are a small, dedicated, hard-working, and agile team working to strengthen leadership of underrepresented constituents, generate socially just economic and employment opportunities, and to promote equity in energy costs and ownership of green technologies. For more information please visit http://www.colorado.edu/jtc/.

The Community Engagement Manager is a creative and integral part of the JTC. The Manager works directly with the Co-Directors to plan, enact, and evaluate the pilot program, conduct community engagement and develop relationships, advocate for just transition policies, manage communications, and coordinate organizational activities. This position requires a person who has a passion for climate justice, economic justice, and social equity. The Community Engagement Manager will help initiate new projects and will contribute to organizational strategy. This position will be a creative and fast-pace role for someone who is an excellent problem solver, can juggle multiple timelines, and who has the skills to work both in an office and with diverse groups in the community. The team often works remotely and requires timely and effective coordination.

For questions, contact: Suzanne Bonomo, Suzanne.Bonomo@colorado.edu 

 

Director of Planning, Assessment, and Reporting - Job Posting # 09642

The Director of Planning, Assessment, and Reporting is responsible for the implementation and management of information systems to provide data analysis and reporting for marketing, evaluation, and reporting functions as determined by external professional accrediting organizations, university, campus and School of Education decision makers. The Director produces data reports that provide systematic, accurate, timely, and critical information about students, instructors, courses, and programs in the School of Education for management and planning purposes. Key responsibilities include: Supervise the coordination of academic scheduling and catalog updates; Develop and produce an annual report for the School of Education that summarizes data on recruitment/admission, enrollment, retention, graduation, faculty productivity, program evaluation and other areas as identified; Implement administration of surveys conducted by the unit, including survey design and layout, online survey delivery, and survey data analysis and reporting; Manage the unit's assessment system for tracking the progress and performance of all teacher education candidates and quality indicators for teacher education programs; and Maintain dynamic database platforms, coordinate data collection/analysis, and deliver high-quality, accurate reports.

For questions, contact: Suzanne Bonomo, Suzanne.Bonomo@colorado.edu 

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Research Positions

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