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Assistant/Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education

Company: The University of Mississippi
Location: Oxford, MS 
How to apply: For more information and to apply online, click here.  

Description:  Assistant/Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education is a permanent tenure-track 9-month appointment involving teaching, research, and service.  The primary responsibilities of the position are to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in early childhood education or related areas, supervise teacher candidates, serve on doctoral committees, advise graduate candidates, engage in scholarly research and participate in curriculum revision/development, collaborate with Willie Price (UM pre-school program) and to develop practicum experiences for students.  Applicant must have an earned doctorate in Early Childhood Education or a closely related field, or be within one semester of completing the doctorate (ABD) with earned doctorate by December 2019, and must have at least 2 years experience in early childhood or a closely related setting, a strong research background, the ability to work with the professional community, potential for grant writing and research, and must be familiar with standards-based early childhood curriculum and peformance-based teacher education assessments.


 Director of Highlands Child Development Center

Company: Highlands Child Development Center
Location: Birmingham, AL
How to apply: Send letter of interest and resume to Laura Tull, CDC Board Chair at

Description:  Highlands Child Development Center, a ministry of Highlands United Methodist Church, is seeking an enthusiastic, experienced Early Childhood Director with strong organizational skills, a cooperative management style, excellent team building skills, and a desire to help children learn and develop. The Director is responsible for supporting a creative team of educators, ensuring maintenance and compliance of state licensing and NAEYC accreditation, and facilitating a developmentally appropriate curriculum and assessment. Family and community outreach as well as an enthusiastic attitude toward work and coworkers is the key to success in this position. The individual must demonstrate excellent communication, decision making, and leadership skills to create and maintain a positive school environment.