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May 20, 2018
GENERAL SUMMARY: Walden University offers advanced degrees online to professionals whose work impacts others. Degree programs include health sciences, counseling, human services, management, psychology, education, public health, nursing, public administration, technology, and engineering. Our challenging programs are designed to help students make a difference in the lives of children, the health of communities, or the success of an organization. Contributing faculty members serve in a part-time capacity to educate Walden University Students by effectively and proficiently using online technology and resources so that knowledge, information, feedback, and critique are imparted to and shared with students in thoughtful, carefully formulated, well written, and timely communications. This is accomplished in an environment that is respectful of student, the Faculty Member, Walden University, and the discipline in which the Faculty Member is involved. Faculty Members are expected to adhere to all Walden University Faculty expectations, which are clearly set forth to the Faculty Member at the start of his/her employment with the University. Principal Supervisors are contributing (part-time) faculty members at Walden University who serve the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership by regularly observing and evaluating principal candidates during their internships, over a period of 12 months. Principal Supervisors visit school settings, working with principal mentors and principal candidates in supervising, and evaluating, the field experience for principal candidates. This position is located in Given Location. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Communicate Walden University expectations for the internship to principal candidates and principal mentors. Participate in a minimum of two pre-conferences with the Field Experience Faculty, Principal Mentor, and candidate for each of the Field Situational Observations in order to schedule each observation and ensure that the situation in which the candidate will be observed demonstrates the integration of the Minnesota Board of School Administrators Core Leadership and Principal Competencies. Observe a minimum of two Field Situational Observations in order to assess integration of competencies, as well as knowledge, skills, and dispositions. Participate in the Post-Conferences for each of the Field Situational Observations in order to discuss the observation and provide constructive feedback. Complete the formal Situational Observation Assessment Form. Maintain communication with the Field Experience Faculty and Principal Mentors. Complete the Principal Candidate Disposition Assessment Form. Participate in the exit evaluation presentation. OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: May perform other duties and responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time. TECHNICAL, MANAGERIAL, and PEOPLE SKILLS REQUIRED: To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Incumbents will be evaluated, in part, based on performance of each essential function. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: May perform other duties and responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time. TECHNICAL, MANAGERIAL, and PEOPLE SKILLS REQUIRED: To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Incumbents will be evaluated, in part, based on performance of each essential function. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: A master's degree is required, advanced degree in educational administration preferred. At least 3 years of experience as a licensed principal. Knowledge, skills, and teaching experiences related to diversity and student exceptionalities. Must live within 100 miles of Given Location . LICENSURE and/or CERTIFICATION: Faculty Members must be appropriately credentialed, possess an earned degree in the discipline being taught, and a current and appropriate to the field of study educational leadership/administration license is required. Faculty Members must maintain their licenses and any appropriate certifications in order to continue to teach at Walden University. Faculty Members are also expected to maintain currency with research by reviewing articles, journals, and presentations. If participating in research, the Faculty Member may publish and acknowledge Walden University. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work is performed primarily in a standard office environment, but may involve exposure to moderate noise levels. Work involves operation of personal computer equipment for six to eight hours daily and includes physical demands associated with a traditional office setting, e.g., walking, standing, communicating, and other physical functions as necessary.
Laureate Education Unit 15 Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2, Ireland Full-Time
May 20, 2018
For more than 45 years, Walden University has served the higher education needs of working professionals. More than 47,000 students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 150 countries pursue their doctoral, master’s or bachelor’s degrees online in a variety of fields, including: Business and Management, Criminal Justice and Emergency Management, Information Technology, Education, and Nursing. As part of the Laureate International Universities network, you’ll be able to touch lives in your community and change the world of education. Walden University’s School of Health Sciences is accepting applications for Contributing (Part-Time) Faculty members to teach in our Master of Health Administration program, Competency Based Education (CBE) curriculum. The Master of Health Administration CBE curriculum prepares students to work as managers and leaders in numerous healthcare settings in a unique self-directed series of learning modules where students advance through the program as they demonstrate mastery of specific competencies at their own pace. Direct faculty assessment, both formative and summative, is embedded throughout the program at each competency step. We are seeking faculty who are qualified to teach a diverse array of courses which are part of the Master of Healthcare Administration program (MHA), and who share Walden’s passion for innovation in higher education within this unique educational model In particular, we have needs for faculty to serve as, subject matter experts (SME’s), and/or Assessors for specific, individual competency modules with expertise in the following areas: Healthcare Systems Health Policy and Economics Financial Management Health Law and Ethics Human Resources Management Leadership, Governance, and Organizational Development Operations Analysis Quality Assessment & Improvement Health Informatics & Technology Strategic Planning & Implementation Healthcare Marketing Population Health What to expect as a Walden faculty member: Faculty members educate Walden University students by effectively and proficiently using online technology and resources so that knowledge, information, feedback, and critique are imparted to and shared with students in thoughtful, carefully formulated, well written, and timely communications. This is accomplished in an environment that is respectful of student, the Faculty Member, Walden University, and the discipline in which the Faculty Member is involved. Faculty Members are expected to adhere to all Walden University Faculty expectations, which are clearly set forth to the Faculty Member at the start of his/her employment with the University. Training: All new Faculty Members receive specific training from Walden University in the CBE philosophy of higher education, effective techniques of student engagement and feedback, teaching, and competency specific assessment, through the use of an innovative electronic learning platform. , Faculty will also receive training on the specifics of the policies, procedures and degree programs of the School or College in which they are going to teach, socialization into the Walden University culture, assessment of academic integrity of student work (including use of www.turnitin.com ), and research supervision of theses and dissertations. Course Teaching/Availability: Faculty Members are assigned to specific competency modules—individual modules taught using the Tempo Learning platform—as faculty subject matter experts (SME). Faculty SME’s and Assessors are responsible for collaborating with Academic Coach and faculty colleagues, and interacting with students within the context of specific assigned CBE module. Assessors will provide substantive, summative feedback for individual CBE competency assignments and student work products. Discussion Boards and a variety of online, self-directed activities within the virtual classrooms are open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Although work assignments and competency assessment work products may be done at any time of day, they must be completed in a timely manner in accordance with the Faculty Handbook or other criteria established by Walden University. As such, Faculty Members in the CBE curriculum are expected to be flexible and prepared to complete competency module assessments and respond to student inquiries within 48 hours. CBE Faculty Members are required to provide substantive and in-depth feedback following specific assessment rubrics. In addition, CBE Faculty SME’s will publish their availability to students in the Tempo Learning platform. The university suggests regular and predictable availability, such as online office hours or regular online chats. Other Duties and Responsibilities May perform other duties and responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time. Travel Some travel may be required to attend academic residencies, National Faculty meetings and/or commencement activities. EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Earned Doctorate from an accredited university in Healthcare Management, Healthcare Administration, or a closely related field. Commitment to excellence in student-centered competency based learning and to addressing the needs of self-directed distance education students. Experience teaching, supporting, and providing substantive assessment feedback to graduate students. Significant work in healthcare administration (Healthcare Human Resources, Healthcare Information Management, Healthcare Operations Management, Population Health/Public Health and Healthcare Quality Management).. Recent record of scholarly activity in Healthcare Administration Familiarity with distance education and competency based education strongly preferred but not required. Ability to work with diverse students who are experienced and mid-career professionals. Ability to manage fluctuations in workload based on timing of student submissions of CBE module assignments. Current membership and certification in professional healthcare administration professional associations such as: ACHE, MGMA, AAHAM, HIMSS, etc., preferred. Tools/Technical Skills: To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Incumbents will be evaluated, in part, based on performance of each essential function. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Technology Requirements: Faculty members are required to have an adequate computer to handle an electronic learning platform, keyboard, pointing device, and computer monitor. All other tools are knowledge-based or training-based through Walden University. The Faculty Member must be able to use Microsoft Office products (Word/Excel/PowerPoint), zip software, and Adobe Acrobat and must have reliable Internet access as well as alternate access in cases where primary access becomes unavailable.
Laureate Education Unit 15 Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2, Ireland Full-Time
May 20, 2018
For more than 45 years, Walden University has served the higher education needs of working professionals. More than 47,000 students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 150 countries pursue their doctoral, master’s or bachelor’s degrees online in a variety of fields, including: Business and Management, Criminal Justice and Emergency Management, Information Technology, Education, and Nursing. As part of the Laureate International Universities network, you’ll be able to touch lives in your community and change the world of education. As Walden grows, we continue its tradition of quality. Share your professional experience and academic knowledge with students across the country and around the world. With a computer and a high-speed Internet connection, you can teach on your own schedule while maintaining other professional and personal commitments. The School of Health Sciences seeks part-time faculty to mentor dissertation committees for our Ph.D. Public Health program and Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) program. Applicants with secondary data experience are strongly encouraged to apply. Contributing faculty are primarily responsible for student research mentoring within the school's doctoral degree programs. Specifically, they will be required to serve on and/or chair dissertation committees, and will manage dissertation quality through service as a university research reviewer. These faculty members will report to the Academic Research Coordinator. Primary duties and responsibilities include: Chair dissertation committees Serve as the second member of committees Manage dissertation quality through service as a university research reviewer. Participation in university and school based residencies Roles and Responsibilities for Research Mentorship/Committee Membership The Committee Mentoring is a major responsibility of faculty members who work with students completing the research requirements of their doctoral degrees. Faculty mentor involvement with students is a significant factor in student retention and students’ success in their programs. Students’ progress toward completion of degree requirements is regularly monitored by the university, as is the effectiveness of faculty mentors in supporting this progress by their mentees. The Committee Member’s Responsibilities Committee members are expected to: Accept specific mentoring assignments and maintain a minimum workload as determined by the school or college. Facilitate the intellectual and professional development of their assigned students by continuing mentoring support until each program requirement associated with the assigned mentoring role has been completed or has been assigned to another faculty mentor. (Student reassignment must be accepted and approved by the program director.) Initiate and maintain frequent and regular interaction with students, at a minimum of twice per academic quarter (or more frequently as required by specific colleges or programs). Help students produce high-quality work through analyzing and synthesizing appropriate subject matter and/or by applying appropriate research methods and data analyses Evaluate students’ work related to their progress in achieving academic milestones and demonstrating standards of quality. Assist students in maintaining satisfactory academic progress toward timely completion of their degree programs. Personalize and monitor their sections of courses that support continuing research development: Advise students on the development of quarter plans. Course Teaching/Availability: Faculty Members are assigned a dissertation course, which is taught using the Blackboard platform, and are responsible for interacting with students within this platform. Discussion Boards for classrooms are open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Although postings to the classroom may be done at any time of day, they must be completed in a timely manner in accordance with the Faculty Handbook or other criteria established by Walden University. As such, Faculty Members are expected to be in the classroom a minimum of 1 day per week and responses to student questions must be posted within 48 hours. Faculty Members are required to verify the accuracy of student postings and submissions and to provide feedback and grades to students through Blackboard. In addition, Faculty members will publish their availability to students through course syllabi. The university suggests regular and predictable availability, such as online office hours or regular online chats. Residencies: Faculty Members may attend Residencies which are held domestically or internationally, where they will teach intensives and colloquia, and facilitate school and university-wide discussions. Tools/Technical Skills: To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Incumbents will be evaluated, in part, based on performance of each essential function. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Technology Requirements: Faculty members are required to have an adequate computer to handle an electronic learning platform, keyboard, pointing device, and computer monitor. All other tools are knowledge-based or training-based through Walden University. The Faculty Member must be able to use Microsoft Office products (MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint), zip software, and Adobe Acrobat and must have reliable Internet access as well as alternate access in cases where primary access becomes unavailable. Travel : Some travel may be required to attend academic residencies, National Faculty meetings and/or commencement activities. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Doctoral degree in the field of Public Health or related field from an accredited university Strong research methodology background in quantitative, qualitative and/or mixed methods. A significant record of intellectual and professional contributions to the field of Public Health, including peer-reviewed publications and conference presentations. Experience serving on doctoral dissertation committees is required; experience chairing is preferred. Three to five years of independent research project mentoring is preferred. Commitment to advocating for the learning and development needs of students earning their degrees in a distance learning environment; supervising student research preferred at the graduate level; commitment to the promotion of applied research that contributes to Walden's mission of contributing to positive social change; commitment to advocating for the learning and development needs of students earning their degrees in a distance learning environment. Excellent leadership, communication, team, and human relation skills. Experience with distance learning preferred. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work is performed primarily in a standard office environment, but may involve exposure to moderate noise levels. Work involves operation of personal computer equipment for six to eight hours daily and includes physical demands associated with a traditional office setting, e.g., walking, standing, communicating, and other physical functions as necessary.
Laureate Education Unit 15 Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2, Ireland Full-Time
May 20, 2018
Walden University is an accredited institution that has been serving the higher education needs of professionals for more than 40 years. Offered online, Walden's doctoral, master's, and bachelor's degree programs are designed to help students achieve their goals so that, as graduates, they can help advance the lives of others. Walden continues its tradition of quality as it grows. Walden's Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership seeks faculty members for the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education program to commit to part-time positions . This is an opportunity for candidates to share their professional experience and academic knowledge with students across the country and around the world. With a computer and a high-speed Internet connection, the faculty member can teach on his or her own schedule while maintaining other professional and personal commitments. GENERAL SUMMARY Walden University seeks a dynamic, innovative faculty member for this contributing (part-time) position in the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education program. This unique position is for a social studies methodologist. Key responsibilities of this position include teaching courses, evaluating major assessments, and participating in faculty meetings What to Expect as a Walden Faculty Member Faculty members educate Walden University students by effectively and proficiently using online technology and resources so that knowledge, information, feedback, and critique are imparted to and shared with students in thoughtful, carefully formulated, well written, and timely communications. This is accomplished in an environment that is respectful of the student, the faculty member, Walden University, and the discipline in which the faculty member is involved. Training All new faculty members receive specific training from Walden University in the techniques of online teaching; use of an electronic learning platform; specifics of the policies, procedures, and degree programs of the School or College in which they are going to teach; socialization into the Walden University culture; and assessment of academic integrity of student work (including use of www.turnitin.com ). Teaching assignments are contingent upon successful completion of required training. During the first term of teaching, faculty members may be assigned a faculty peer mentor (senior colleague) as an extension of their new instructor training. Peer mentors will continue to support instruction and provide peer reviews of the classroom on a regular basis. Course Teaching/Availability Faculty members are assigned courses, which are taught using the Learning Management System (LMS), and are responsible for interacting with students within the LMS. Discussion Boards for classrooms are open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Faculty members are expected to be in the classroom a minimum of 5 days per week and responses to student questions must be posted within 48 hours. The university suggests regular and predictable availability, such as online office hours or regular online chats; office hours may be required based on program or college policy. Tools/Technical Skills To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Incumbents will be evaluated, in part, based on performance of each essential function. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Licensing/Certification Faculty members must be appropriately credentialed, possess an earned doctoral degree from an accredited institution or an institution that is recognized by a country's ministry of education in the discipline being taught, and have or had a state teaching license in elementary education. Faculty members must maintain their licenses and any appropriate certifications in order to continue to teach at Walden University. Faculty members are also expected to maintain currency with research by reviewing articles, journals, and presentations. If participating in research, the faculty member may publish and acknowledge Walden University. Travel Contributing faculty members may have the opportunity to travel to university events and residencies. When traveling to these events, the faculty member will be expected to fully participate in the event. For core faculty, there will be required travel throughout the year. EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE The successful candidate will: Have a minimum of an earned doctorate degree in the field of study or closely related field for faculty teaching undergraduate courses. Have post baccalaureate education in the content areas of math, science, social studies, or literacy. Transcripts required for final hiring approval. Have taught elementary school Have worked with a K-6 school or district within the past 5 years. Have completed a university based elementary education program. Have a teaching certificate that includes elementary criteria. Have a demonstrated record of high quality instruction, as shown by a minimum of 2 years of undergraduate or graduate teaching experience or an extensive record of relevant professional expertise Have a minimum of three years teaching at the elementary level. Have a commitment to supporting student success in a diverse population of adult learners. Have a commitment to the social change mission of Walden University. Have experience with Learning Management Systems and leveraging technology in learning (required). Be expected to perform other duties and responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work is performed primarily in a standard office environment but may involve exposure to moderate noise levels. Work involves operation of personal computer equipment for 6–8 hours daily and includes physical demands associated with a traditional office setting (e.g., walking, standing, communicating, and other physical functions as necessary). Technology Requirements Faculty members are expected to have a personal computer with virus protection and Internet access. Walden University provides a Walden e-mail account and access to the learning platform, password-protected faculty sections of the website, university and college listservs, and other faculty communications tools. The recommended computer setup includes Internet access, preferably broadband or DSL; Windows Vista/7 or Mac OS X with virtualization software (e.g., Parallels with Windows OS); minimum of 2 GB of RAM; a hard drive of at least 40 GB; DVD drive, speakers, and headphone connected to the computer; inkjet or laser printer; webcam with microphone or a built-in webcam and computer with audio capabilities. Software Requirements include current Web browser (Internet Explorer ver. 9.0 or higher or Firefox ver. 19 or higher); Microsoft Office suite; Adobe Reader; Adobe Flash Player; Apple QuickTime; Windows Media Player; antivirus software (e.g., McAfee or Norton) installed, running, and kept current by promptly installing the upgrades and patches made available by the software manufacturer. Software versions are subject to change.
Laureate Education Unit 15 Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2, Ireland Full-Time

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