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Established in 1958, UMass Global, formerly Brandman University, is a private,
non-profit university and a member of the University of Massachusetts System.
Steeped in academic tradition, UMass Global provides quality education to
primarily non-traditional students who demand the same high academic standards
as a traditional university, but whose needs require greater flexibility and
relevance in program delivery and learning assessment.
UMass Global's mission is to provide students with a dynamic education based
on excellence and flexibility that creates lasting value for evolving careers.
UMass Global provides adult learners with broader access to quality higher
education with cutting-edge curricula driven by innovative pedagogy and
technology. The School of Education is nationally accredited and all
credential programs are accredited by the California Commission on Teacher
Responsibilities of UMass Global full-time faculty include teaching, mentoring
and service. Research activities are supported, but not required. All faculty
positions are non-tenure track, primarily hired at the rank of Assistant
Professor, however, higher rank may be considered if appropriate. UMass Global
offers competitive salaries with generous benefits.
The faculty member will be responsible for oversight/instruction of courses
within the Multiple and/or Single Subject Credential and Master of Arts in
Teaching programs. The faculty member will supervise and support adjunct
faculty within the credential and master' degree programs across multiple
The ideal candidate must have:
Doctorate in education or related discipline
Multiple or Single Subject California Teaching Credential
English Learner Authorization or CLAD/BCLAD certification
A minimum of 5 years of recent experience as a multiple or single subject
teacher in diverse public school settings
Effective oral and written communication skills
Strong collaboration skills: teamwork, mentoring
Experience with integrating academic technology in teaching and learning
Awareness of social justice, diversity and inclusive practices
Teaching experience in higher education- online and hybrid settings
An understanding and interest in Action Research
Experience with curriculum design and course development
Experience working with student teachers or interns
Ability to support students taking the California Teacher Performance
Working knowledge of the California Teacher Performance Expectations
Experience with WASC, CCTC, and/or national accreditation
Applicants should demonstrate the ability and commitment to effectively work
and engage with a diverse student population and to fulfill the University's
commitment to advancing justice, equity, diversity, inclusion, and student
success. We actively seek candidates with demonstrated experience working
with, teaching or mentoring students from minoritized and underrepresented
communities. Diversity and cultural humility are important parts of our
Please make sure to attach the following documents to your online application
: cover letter, curriculum vita, teaching philosophy, and the names of
at least three references.
In your cover letter, please describe how justice, equity, diversity and
inclusion figure in your past and present teaching.
Please Note: Internal Employees, please use theWorkday Dashboard career
section to apply for the position.
Please Note: Internal Employees, please use theWorkday
Dashboard career section to apply for the position.
Equal Employment Opportunity - The University of Massachusetts Global is
committed to providing an educational and work environment free of unlawful
discrimination and harassment in any form. UMass Global prohibits all forms of
discrimination and harassment on the basis of age, ancestry, color, religious
creed (including religious dress and grooming practices), disability
(mental and physical), marital status, medical condition, genetic
information, military and veteran status, national origin (including language
use restrictions), race, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth,
breastfeeding, and/ related medical conditions), gender, gender identity,
gender expression, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected
by local, state or federal law.
Reasonable Accommodation – The University of Massachusetts Global provides
reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. If you need a
reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process,
please notify the recruitment department at email@example.com.