St. Joseph’s College — Tenure Track in Adolescence Education

St. Joseph’s College seeks applications for a tenure track position in adolescence education starting fall 2022 at the rank of assistant professor. Candidates must show evidence of effective teaching in the area of education at the undergraduate level and scholarly research. Relevant work experience at the secondary school level in the specific content area as well as certification in that subject area are required.

Content areas such as English, mathematics, social studies, TESOL and special education are the greatest needs. Applicants should also have enthusiasm for developing and delivering innovative teaching pedagogies including instructional technologies.

The position is primarily for the Long Island campus, with a willingness to teach on the Brooklyn campus as well.

CVs and supporting documents should be sent as a single PDF file to Edward J. Vinski, Ph.D. at Preference will be given to applications received by February 2, 2022.

With campuses in Brooklyn, Long Island, and Online, St. Joseph’s College is dedicated to providing an academically strong and affordable education at the graduate and undergraduate level. Independent and coeducational, the College aims to prepare each student to lead lives worthy of the College’s motto: Esse non videri – “to be, not to seem.”
St. Joseph’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V/SO.