Teacher Special Programs - National Board Support Center
The Berkeley School of Education (BSE) at the University of California, seeks qualified temporary non-tenure track, part-time Facilitators or Co-Facilitators (Teacher - Special Programs or TSP) to provide support through the The National Board Resource Center (NBRC) at UC Berkeley for teachers seeking National Board Certification; a project of the Center for Research on Expanding Educational Opportunity (CREEO). The NBRC is designed to support teachers who serve in high need schools as identified by the State of California and in particular teachers who represent the student populations in those schools. More details on the Teacher Special Programs - National Board Support Center application.
Teacher Special Programs (TSP) - Academic Talent Development Program (ATDP)
We are seeking qualified temporary non-tenure track, part-time Instructors, Co-instructors, and Instructional Associates (TSP) to teach K-12 students in the Academic Talent Development Program (ATDP) for summer 2024. Teaching Responsibilities: 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. Individuals who qualify to teach the following subjects are encouraged to apply: Mathematics (ED & SD), Writing (ED & SD), Spanish (SD), Elementary Science (ED), Chemistry (SD & GP), Introduction to Engineering (SD), Intro/Advanced Biotechnology (GP), Artificial Intelligence Applications (GP), Advanced Robotic Engineering (SD), Earth/Planetary/ Physical Sciences (ED & SD), Programming in Scratch/Snap/Java/Python (ED & SD & GP), Algorithms & Data Structures (SD), Architectural Design (SD & GP), Art (ED & SD), Business & Finance (SD & GP), Data Science or AP Statistics (SD), Entrepreneurship (SD & GP), Practice of Law (SD), Public Speaking (GP), Social Psychology (SD & GP), AP Psychology (SD), Cognitive Neuroscience (SD). More details on the Teacher Special Programs application.
Lecturer Pool - CalTeach Berkeley - Math and Physical Sciences Division
The CalTeach program at the University of California, Berkeley invites applications for a pool of qualified temporary non-tenure track lecturers for its undergraduate education courses, should an opening arise. All of these positions will be taught in person. CalTeach Berkeley courses include introductory seminars focused on science or math teaching in elementary and middle schools, Knowing & Learning in Math and Science, Classroom Interactions: Focus on Equity in Urban Schools, Research Methods, Project Based Instruction, History of Science and Math, and Apprentice Teaching for student teaching support. More details on the CalTeach Berkeley application.
Postdoctoral Scholar - Institute of Human Development
NYIHD seeks to advance understanding of human development through pioneering contributions to developmental science. Our broader mission is to advance knowledge that informs policies and practices — in ways that lead to improvements in the lives of infants, children, adolescents, their families, communities, and society. The postdoc will work with PI/Director, Bruce Fuller, and will assist with conducting research into how local school districts are allocating new funds, what organizational practices help to explain district allocation decisions, and what effects on student achievement can be discerned in coming years. The postdoc will also communicate with participants in the study and conduct interviews/collect data. The postdoc will be required to travel and visit schools in California and also direct and conduct research. The postdoc will lastly meet with the lead professor at Berkeley as well as with PhD-level assistants. More details on the Institute of Human Development application.
Lecturer - Teacher Education Program
The Berkeley School of Education (BSE) at the University of California, Berkeley is generating an applicant pool of qualified temporary, part-time, non-tenure track Lecturers to teach graduate courses in its professional preparation programs for 2023-2024. Screening of applicants begins immediately and continues as needed. Applicants may be selected from this pool to be appointed in Fall and Spring semesters, or to teach in Summer Sessions. The number of positions varies from semester to semester. Appointments may be renewed based on need and performance. More details on the Teacher Education Program application.
Supervisor of Teacher Education - Berkeley Teacher Education Program (BTEP)
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 Berkeley Teacher Education Program application.
Assistant Professor (N/T) – School Psychology/Human Development
We are seeking a tenure-track faculty member at the Assistant Professor (N/T) level focusing on School Psychology/Human Development. The successful candidate will become a member of the School Psychology Program's core faculty in the School of Education. They will be required to teach courses that meet the Standards of Accreditation, advise students, and contribute to service in the School's Psychology Program, the School of Education, and the University of California. Specific areas of research and teaching specialization are open. This new faculty member will demonstrate the ability to conduct research, supervise graduate student research and field-based experiences, and teach graduate courses in an APA-accredited School Psychology Program. More details on the School Psychology/Human Development application.
Director of Communications
Director of Communications develops, implements and executes a comprehensive communications strategy for the School and leads the communications team. The Director works in written, visual, and digital communications and marketing for internal and external audiences. Responsibilities include developing and implementing strategic communications plans for the BSE, in alignment with the larger UC Berkeley brand; producing, writing, and overseeing the production of a variety of written, visual, and electronic communications, specifically: the School’s monthly internal and external newsletters and other email communications, online features, profiles and testimonials, event materials, web and social media content, brochures, print magazines, and annual reports. More details on the Director of Communications application.
Director of Research Development
The Director of Research Development develops and oversees the School’s research portfolio. Responsibilities include strategic research advancement; communication of research and research opportunities; enhancement of collaboration; and proposal development and support functions. More details on the Director of Research Development application.
Undergraduate and Graduate Student Appointment Coordinator
Serve as a graduate and undergraduate student appointments coordinator for GSR, GSI, Reader, and Tutor and student assistant appointments. More details on the UC Jobs webpage.