JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY announces a tenure track position in the Department of Jewish Education. Specialization is open but scholars with expertise in educational leadership and philosophy of education are particularly encouraged to apply.
The Department of Jewish Education forms the core of the Seminary's William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education. The Davidson School, the largest school of Jewish education in North America, prepares educators for teaching careers in day schools and universities as well as for leadership positions in synagogue schools, community centers, camps, and other informal settings.
The successful candidate will teach a range of courses to graduate (MA and EdD) and rabbinical students. A record of research and publication or evidence for potential is a must. Rank is open. Candidates already tenured at another institution may be considered for a tenured appointment to JTS.
Please send a cover letter and C.V. by November 21, 2006 to the Chair of the search committee, Prof. Barry W. Holtz, Department of Jewish Education, Jewish Theological Seminary, 3080 Broadway, New York, NY 10027.
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Wednesday, October 04, 2006
Opening for Tenure track position at Davidson School
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