IDT Faculty Search: Grambling State University

Department of Educational Leadership

Tenure-track assistant/associate professor position, in the Department of Educational Leadership beginning August, 2013. The primary responsibilities for this position include teaching courses (especially Instructional Design and Technology) in the master’s and doctoral programs in Developmental Education, working with other department members to improve program offerings to students, assisting with student retention and recruitment efforts, establishing partnerships with schools, school districts, and other organizations in the Grambling State University service area, participating in the selection processes for admitting students into departmental programs, and sitting on and chairing master’s non-thesis and doctoral dissertation committees.

Required qualifications include: Earned doctorate in Instructional Design and Technology with successful university graduate teaching, advising, and research experience, that may include doctoral students; demonstrated research skills, including the ability to establish and foster a scholarly research agenda; experience teaching distance learning courses through Moodle or other web-based products; a willingness to teach cohort groups, and evening courses; an identified or identifiable research interest; and the ability and commitment to assist students in the successful completion of their studies; experience in supervising theses and/or dissertations. Faculty members are expected to participate in department, college, and university committees and projects. Success in grant acquisition is desirable Desired qualifications:
• Demonstrated experience in teaching at the doctoral level. • Demonstrated experience in teaching through distance learning.
• Experience directing doctoral dissertations and/or serving on dissertation committees.
• Awareness of key issues in developmental education, instructional technology, and instructional design. • Demonstrated competence in incorporating technology into coursework.
• Experience with and commitment to working with diverse and adult populations. • Strong communication skills.
• Evidence of active and recent scholarship, including but not limited to: research projects, papers, books, and studies relevant to developmental education and instructional design and technology.

• Doctoral Degree in Instructional Design and Technology or closely related field. • Experience creating and implementing new degree programs in education.
• Documented successful teaching and administrative experience in higher education. · Experience with school/community/university partnerships.
· A national/international reputation for scholarship and leadership in instructional design, instructional technology, or developmental education. · Successful experience with program review and NCATE accreditation.

If interested, contact:
Dr. Olatunde Ogunyemi
Department of Educational Leadership
GSU Box 4305
Grambling, LA 71245
318-274-2238 (O)
318-274-6249 (F)