Job Postings

If your institution has any openings related to the Learning Disabilities field, feel free to contact us about listing that opening here. Send your posting to cldinfo@cldinternational.org. We would like to help you find quality candidates for your position!

Northern Illinois University

The Department of Special and Early Education at Northern Illinois University seeks an innovative leader to serve as the next department chair. As the chief administrative officer for the academic unit, the department chair provides leadership and direction in the planning, development, and delivery of academic programs and in the promotion of excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service activities. For complete information, please view the PDF below:

Department Chair

New priority deadline is January 13, 2023.

Appalachian State University

Assistant Professor

Appalachian State University is accepting applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position. We are seeking an individual with expertise in learning disabilities and other high-incidence disabilities. Please consider applying or share this with colleagues or doc students who may be interested.

View Posting. Click Here for additional information about our search. Contact search co-chairs Rebecca K. Shankland and Aftynne Cheek at SPEFacultySearch2022@appstate.edu.

Auburn University

Assistant Professor Tenure-Track Position Special Education

The faculty in the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation and Counseling in the College of Education at Auburn University are seeking to hire and support a tenure-track faculty member in Special Education at the Assistant Professor level. Individuals with experience at the Assistant Professor level are welcome to apply. Candidates must have a strong commitment to research as well as preparation of teachers, leaders, and researchers for the field of Special Education. For more information on this position see – Auburn University Flyer.

To post your available position here, please contact Julie Cordell.