Job TitleAssistant or Associate Professor of Environmental Education and Coordinator of the Master’s Program in Environmental Education
Position TypeFull Time
Job Category Faculty
Salary Range $ 50000-67000
Location Goshen, IN US
Application Deadline -
Contact Name Tina Neff
Department Human Resources
Phone US +1 (574) 535-7111
To apply for this job please visit http://www.goshen.edu.
Goshen College invites applications for a full-time appointment as an Assistant or Associate Professor of Environmental Education, starting July 2023. This appointment includes coordinating the Master’s of Arts in Environmental Education (MAEE) program, based at the college’s Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center, 40 minutes southeast of the main campus.
Goshen College is a student-centered, teaching-focused institution located in northeast Indiana. The MAEE is a unique 11-month immersive graduate program aimed at creating the next leaders in the environmental education field. Our students are highly motivated, and we value robust collaboration within our faculty community and also between faculty and students. We will prioritize candidates who have demonstrated interest and creativity around interdisciplinary collaboration and coalition-building. A history of collaborative grants (whether governmental or foundation-based) would be a strong indicator of that capability.
This position supports the missions of Goshen College and Merry Lea by providing leadership for the MAEE program, teaching graduate courses including Principles of Environmental Education and International Environmental Education, and teaching undergraduate courses in the department of sustainability and environmental education (SEED) related to the candidate’s areas(s) of expertise within the fields of environmental education and sustainability. As MAEE coordinator, this position leads curriculum development, delivery, and assessment, participates in graduate student recruitment efforts in cooperation with Goshen College Admissions, serves as academic advisor and professional mentor of MAEE students, supports learning community dynamics of MAEE cohorts, and assists with SEED planning and budget development. The position also includes contracted time for research or other professional activities.
All teaching faculty at Goshen College also serve on institution-wide committees. The successful candidate is expected to contribute to our strong tradition of excellence in teaching, scholarship, and publication.
A doctorate in environmental education or a related field is preferred, but candidates with a master’s degree plus significant relevant professional experience will be fully considered.
Graduate Teaching and MAEE Program-coordinating Responsibilities (60% of load)
Undergraduate Teaching Responsibilities (10%)
Other Administrative Responsibilities (20%)
Professional Activities & Scholarship (10%)
Education and Experience:
Doctoral degree with expertise in an area of environmental and/or sustainability education preferred.
Candidates with a master’s degree in the area of environmental and/or sustainability education and a minimum of five years professional experience are also welcome to apply and will be fully considered.
Experience teaching diverse college students
Scholarly presentations and/or publications
Experience in the administrative functions listed in this job description
Work Environment/Environmental Conditions:
Although some teaching and activities of this position are based on Goshen College’s campus, it is located primarily at Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center (28 miles southeast of Goshen). Merry Lea is comprised of 1,189 acres of diverse ecosystems and is managed as a preserve. There are multiple program sites and facilities including classroom and office space.
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