[R-sig-ME] UCincinnati Assistant Professor in Research Methods Position

Ben Bolker bbo|ker @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Wed Oct 9 21:03:11 CEST 2019

 This seems marginally off-topic for this list.  I guess
**occasional** relevant job ads are OK and even useful, but maybe give
us a shortened version and a link to the full ad?

On Wed, Oct 9, 2019 at 11:18 AM Ben Kelcey <ben.kelcey using gmail.com> wrote:
> Call for Applications for:
> Assistant Professor of Research Methods
> College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services
> University of Cincinnati
> The School of Education in the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and
> Human Services is seeking applications for a tenure-track assistant
> professor position specializing in research, teaching and mentoring related
> to advanced research methodologies (e.g., quantitative/measurement,
> qualitative, statistics) in the context of education and social science
> research.  The prospective faculty member will have a primary appointment
> within the Research Methods area in the School of Education and is expected
> to maintain an active research agenda, teach introductory and advanced
> graduate courses in research methods and/or statistics, mentor graduate
> students, and contribute to service activities. The Research Methods area
> trains graduate students primarily through the Educational Studies MA and
> PhD programs across multiple concentrations (Quantitative and Mixed Methods
> Research Methodologies; Educational and Community Based Action Research)
> and serves the University with a significant range of Research Methods
> course offerings and through a wealth of research and training
> collaborations. The position begins on August 17, 2020.
> Minimum Qualifications:  Applicants must have an earned doctorate in a
> methods-focused field (e.g., education studies, education psychology,
> education, psychology, sociology, economics, statistics) from an accredited
> university by August 31, 2020 as well as evidence of scholarship (e.g.,
> publications in journals, presentations at (inter)national conferences) and
> teaching (e.g., as the instructor or teacher assistant) in advanced
> research methods and/or statistics that is commensurate with time since
> degree.
> Preferred Qualifications:  We are seeking an innovative methodologist with
> a strong record of scholarship related to advanced research methodologies
> who can contribute to a research methods program that values diverse
> methodological approaches. Evidence of effective oral and written
> communication about research methods is preferred.
> Responsibilities: Responsibilities for this position include: (1) Conduct
> and support research consistent with the Research Methods area and the
> School of Education; (2) maintain an active research agenda and disseminate
> research results; (3) teach research methods courses, mentor students and
> supervise student research; (4) engage in university, professional, and
> program service, including participation in continuous program improvement
> and new program development, as appropriate.
> Application requirements:
> All applicants should submit the following materials
> https://jobs.uc.edu/job/Cincinnati-Assistant-Professor%2C-Research-Methods-OH-45201/598245900/
> 1) A cover letter describing their qualifications
> 2) A curriculum vitae
> 3) A research statement
> 4) A teaching statement
> 5) Names and contact information for three references
> Review of applications will commence October 21st, 2019
> Please send inquiries regarding the position to the search chair
> Ben Kelcey
> Associate Professor of Quantitative Methodologies
> University of Cincinnati
> kelceybn using ucmail.uc.edu
> 513 556 3608
> Inquiries regarding the application submission process should be directed
> to
> Kourtney Johnson
> fieldskw using ucmail.uc.edu
> 513-556-6515
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