Jobs

ACADEMIC: NON-SENATE

The University of California Berkeley School of Education (BSE) seeks an Adjunct Professor or Associate Adjunct Professor with primary responsibilities to teach and mentor graduate students in its Leadership Programs. These include the Principal Leadership Program (PLI), an MA and licensure program; the Leadership Support Program (LSP); and the Leaders for Equity and Democracy (LEAD) Ed.D. More details on the application.

The School of Education (BSE) at the University of California, Berkeley is recruiting for two Coordinator of Public Programs positions as part of BSE's Leadership Programs. One position will serve as coordinator for the Principal Leadership Institute (PLI), under the supervision of PLI Director, Dr. Soraya Sablo Sutton. One position will serve as coordinator for the 21CSLA Regional Academy under the supervision of Leadership Programs Director, Dr. Rebecca Cheung. We are seeking outstanding educational leaders who can help develop and oversee innovative projects aimed at supporting the professional learning of practicing education professionals, from teacher leaders to system leaders. Qualified members of systemically underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. More details on the application.

  • Instructor, Co-Instructor, or Instructional Associate (ATDP)

    The School of Education (BSE) at the University of California, Berkeley, seeks qualified temporary non-tenure track, part-time Instructors, Co-instructors, and Instructional Associates (TSP) to teach in the Academic Talent Development Program (ATDP) at UC Berkeley. We are seeking outstanding instructors (TSPs) who can teach courses in ATDP’s Elementary Division, Secondary Division, and Global Programs. Final course format (online or on-site) will depend on public health orders and/or University policies as well as enrollment minimums. In addition to teaching responsibilities, duties include: holding office hours, assigning grades, writing student evaluations, advising students, attending faculty meetings, and preparing course materials. More details on the application. 

  • Supervisor of Teacher Education - BE3

    Berkeley Teacher Education Program Faculty Advisors (formally titled Supervisors of Teacher Education) support the learning of teacher education students through teaching, field support, and cycles of reflection and improvement. They also participate in program development and relationship building with local schools, districts, and communities. Faculty Advisors support a cohort of graduate students as they engage in coursework and fieldwork leading to a preliminary teaching credential and a Master’s degree in Education. They teach theory, methods, and field practicum courses, and participate in committees that focus on the activities and goals of the teacher education program. More details on the application.

  • Lecturer - School Psychology

    The School of Education (BSE) at the University of California, Berkeley seeks a Lecturer to teach in the School Psychology Program. We are seeking outstanding lecturers who can teach courses in the school’s advanced degree program: School Psychology. In addition to teaching and clinical supervision responsibilities , duties include holding office hours, assigning grades, advising students and preparing course materials. More details on the application.

GSI/GSR/Reader/Tutor Positions

ACADEMIC: SENATE

The University of California, Berkeley School of Education (BSE) seeks an early to mid-career scholar, with or without tenure, at the Assistant Professor and Associate/ Full Professor levels to join our faculty cluster that focuses on Organizations, Policy and Politics in Education. Applicants without tenure is preferred to display an exemplary scholarly record sufficient to be awarded tenure at UC Berkeley within the expected timeframe for their respective career stage. We seek an interdisciplinary researcher and proven teacher who examines the inner workings of school (or neighboring) organizations with empirical attention to how power, race and inequality, and institutional habits shape the practices and results that stem from educational organizations. More details on the application.