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Clinical Instructor, Applied Behavior Analysis and Special Education

The Department of Educational Studies is seeking a temporary Clinical Instructor for a 12-month appointment to teach graduate-level courses in applied behavior analysis and special education in the Programs in Special Education (9-12 credits/semester). This a temporary grant-funded position and is anticipated to begin in May 2019.

Job Description

Job responsibilities include the following:

  1. Teach graduate-level courses in applied behavior analysis and special education in the University’s Verified Course Sequence
  2. Supervise students in BCBA practicum courses,
  3. Attend program and departmental meetings, as appropriate.

Required Qualifications

Candidates must hold Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or BCBA-Doctoral certification and should have or be in the process of completing an earned doctorate in applied behavior analysis or special education. Candidates must also have experience teaching undergraduate- or graduate-level courses in applied behavior analysis. In addition, candidates must have evidence of 3 years of experience working with children, youth, or adults with disabilities. Experience supervising BCBA candidates or mentoring new BCBAs is preferred.


Application Instructions

The College of Education application process is conducted through electronic communication. Required application materials accepted online include:

  1. Letter of application
  2. Current curriculum vita
  3. List of at least three professional references to include e-mail addresses and phone numbers.


Review of completed applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

PLEASE NOTE: Official transcript(s) will be required for selected candidate.

For more information about this position contact: Katie Wolfe, Ph.D., BCBA-D,

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