|Hiring Status||No Longer Accepting Applications|
|Location||Twin Cities Campus|
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota in Minneapolis seeks applicants for supervisor positions in our Graduate School of Education programs of Special Education. The University seeks qualified teachers, administrators, program directors, coordinators, and other educators to supervise our graduate students seeking licensure in the following licensure fields: Special Education (EBD, LD, ASD).
Students from throughout the state of Minnesota complete coursework and practicum placements during the academic year as well as in the summer months. Supervisors will be working with students during their practicum placements and/or student teaching as needed.
The positions have a flexible schedule where assignments are coordinated with the supervisor's schedule and availability. Field experience placements are year-round and across Minnesota. We are seeking supervisors in the Twin Cities metro area, along with Duluth, Rochester, Alexandria, and outstate.
|Essential Skills and Abilities||
The ideal candidate must:
|The successful candidate must support, respect, and advance the mission of Saint Mary's University as a Lasallian Catholic institution.|
|Education and Experience||
A Master’s degree and/or other advanced degree preferred, in addition to appropriate licensure, and a minimum of five years of teaching experience. Administrative responsibilities, experience supervising college students, and familiarity with higher education preferred.
All job offers are contingent upon the successful completion of a criminal background check.
|Additional Required Materials||Application, resume/vitae, two recent letters of recommendation with contact information.|
|Application Review Date||05/15/2017|
|Contact||Dr. Judy Nagel|
|Other Details / Information||As needed based on student field experience placements.|
|Work Sponsorship||This position is not eligible for work sponsorship|
|We encourage members of the protected classes as defined by the federal, state, and municipal law and those persons attracted to a university with a Catholic identity to apply.