Position: Assistant Specialist in Family Economics, position number 0084585, UHM C of Trop Agr & Human Res, (Mānoa), Center on the Family, 11-month, tenure track, to begin October 2012; for best consideration all application materials should be submitted by May 31, 2012.
April 2012 Archives
This is a calendar-year, non-tenure track position, with August 1, 2012 as the desired appointment date. Appointment will be through 6/30/2013, with renewal contingent on performance and funding. Please visit our website at https://jobs.uri.edu to apply online and view complete job details for posting # (6000719). Review of applications will begin April 17, 2012 and will continue until position is filled. The following 3 PDF attachments are required: (1) a cover letter, (2) CV to include the names and contact information for 3 references, and (3) scan and attach your Certified Family Life Educator Certificate as the 3rd "other" document. Only online applications will be accepted. The University of Rhode Island is an AA/EEOD employer and values diversity.
Department of Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) in the College of
Human Sciences at Oklahoma State University is seeking an
outstanding Department Head with the vision and leadership to continue
building on the department's growing reputation as a national and international
leader in the areas of research, instruction, and extension & engagement. HDFS is one of the
largest departments in the university with 34 full-time faculty members, 450
undergraduate majors, and 70 graduate students across both the Tulsa and
Stillwater campuses. Undergraduate specializations are offered in early
childhood education (ECE), child and family services (CFS), and family consumer
sciences education (FACSE). Graduate specializations are offered in early
childhood education (ECE), gerontology, marriage and family therapy (MFT), child
and family services (CFS), and developmental and family sciences (DFS). Recent
graduates with terminal degrees (B.S. with ECE option, M.S. in MFT and CFS,
Ph.D.) have experienced near-100% success in finding relevant employment and in
passing licensing exams.