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[xmca] Fwd: EARLI - job announcements: assistant prof., USA, Socio-economic researcher in education & VET, Expert in field of adult learning, Greece, Lecturer/Senior Lecturer,Associate Prof./Professor, Australia

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From: Tonia Davison <Tonia.Davison@PED.KULEUVEN.BE>
Date: October 7, 2009 3:58:16 AM GMT-04:00
Subject: EARLI - job announcements: assistant prof., USA, Socio- economic researcher in education & VET, Expert in field of adult learning, Greece, Lecturer/Senior Lecturer,Associate Prof./ Professor, Australia Reply-To: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction <EARLI@LISTSERV.CC.KULEUVEN.AC.BE>

Dear EARLI members,

Please find below 3 job announcements:

The University of Illinois at Chicago invites applicants for a joint faculty position at the rank of assistant professor in Natural Sciences and the Learning Sciences beginning August 16, 2010.

The position is offered as part of a university-wide interdisciplinary initiative in the Learning Sciences (http://www.lsri.uic.edu ), which currently has four split-appointment faculty members in addition to over a dozen active associated faculty. A Ph.D. program for Learning Sciences has recently been approved and has enrolled its first students. The natural science departments (Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, and Physics) situated in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences have strong programs in teaching and in all areas of basic research, including vibrant Ph.D. programs.

We seek applicants with a record of research and publication focusing at the nexus of an area of Natural Science and the Learning Sciences. Candidates may hold a doctorate in a natural science or a closely related field, or may hold a masters degree in a natural science in addition to a doctorate in the Learning Sciences or a closely related field. They should have a demonstrated record of research focusing on the support of science learners at one or more levels. Position responsibilities include carrying out a program of research and scholarship at the national level, teaching in the natural science department where the person will be appointed and teaching graduate courses in the Learning Sciences Program.

Applicants for the position must submit a vita and statement of research and teaching interests. These should be submitted electronically to lssearch@uic.edu. Three letters of recommendation should be forwarded to the LS/NS Search Committee in care of Deana Donzal (deana@uic.edu.) Please contact Deana for surface mail address if you are unable to submit electronically. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is successfully filled.

UIC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer seeking applicants who are from diverse backgrounds and/or have disability status. Final authorization of the position depends upon availability of state funding.

Job Openings at the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training:

Socio-economic researcher in education & VET
Basic salary: 6,060€ + benefits. Initial contract duration: 4 years. Extended submission deadline: 23/10/2009.

Info: http://www.cedefop.europa.eu/working/jobs.asp?idnews=4638

Expert in the field of adult learning

Basic salary: 4,740€. + benefits. Initial contract duration: 5 years. Extended submission deadline: 23/10/2009.

Info: http://www.cedefop.europa.eu/working/jobs.asp?idnews=4637

The School of Education at Murdoch University, Western Australia, recently advertised four academic positions

The School is seeking to appoint four staff, with two positions likely to be at Associate Professor/Professor level and two positions at Lecturer/Senior Lecturer level starting in 2010, within or across the following areas: · Contexts of Schooling with a Sociology and/or Policy and/or Philosophy of Education orientation
·      Adult Learning with an Educational Psychology orientation
·      Educational Leadership
·      Curriculum Leadership and/or Professional Learning
·      Quantitative Research Methods
·      Health and Physical Education
·      Early Childhood Education

All candidates must posses a doctoral qualification in a relevant discipline and demonstrate capacity to contribute to the research culture within the school.

For further information for Levels B and C contact
Dr Judy MacCallum Phone (61+8) 9360 7847 j.maccallum@murdoch.edu.au

For Level D and E contact
Prof. Andrew Taggart Phone (61+8) 9360 7496 a.taggart@murdoch.edu.au

Application procedures and a position description with detailed selection criteria are available from the University’s web site at http://jobs.murdoch.edu.au/

David Preiss

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