Elementary and Secondary Education
The College of Education, Field Services Center is seeking Part-Time Clinical Supervisors to supervise
student teachers (STs) in the Elementary and Secondary Education teacher licensure programs. The primary responsibilities of the supervisor are to complete observations and assessments of STs utilizing an online tool, mentor assigned STs, support the cooperating teachers (CT), and serve as the point of contact for any questions, challenges, or other issues connected to assigned placements. Supervisors are to establish a strong university connection with the CT, communicate the expectations of the program
to CTs and STs, and provide the CT with assistance and support in the completion of observation and evaluation forms.
Adjunct Faculty at College of Education, Field Services Center may be eligible to receive certain UNM benefits in some cases. Please see the UNM Benefits Office website for more details: https://hr.unm.edu/benefits
Specific work expectations include:
*Complete all required observations for each assigned student teacher.
*Work with the CT to develop shared expectations between the CT and the university.
*Collaborate with the CT in providing feedback to the ST and model, when necessary, ways to give
feedback to ST that supports ST learning.
*Act as the ST supervisor and address any issues or challenges as they arise. Observe and communicate with STs in the field.
*Consult with the appropriate COE faculty and instructors and review ST academic work in order to
inform the work with the CT.
*Support the CT in learning and using the assessment systems of the program and College.
*Collaborate with the CT to conduct observations and evaluations.
*Follow suggested timelines for the purpose of each visit and meeting.
*Log each visit to or communication with the CT or ST into an online database. Input observations and evaluations into the required College of Education database, TK20, by required deadline.
*Communicate regularly with faculty and Field Services Center staff and attend all required
meetings and trainings.
*Submit necessary forms and information, e.g. mileage reimbursements, per UNM Business Policies
*Have at least 5 years of combined teaching and/or administrative experience in an Elementary or Secondary Education public school settings.
*Have a bachelor’s degree in education or closely related field.
*Have at least 7 years combined teaching and/or administrative experience in an Elementary or Secondary public school settings.
*Have a master’s degree in education or closely related field.
*Have experience working as a supervisor of pre-student and student teachers.
*Have experience working with adults and knowledge of adult learners.
*Be technologically proficient and have evidence of experience utilizing database
systems. At a minimum, be able to use tablets and laptops as well as Microsoft Word and Excel, attach documents to emails, and navigate online data systems.
*Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and student success, as well as working with
broadly diverse communities.
The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.