The Teaching and Learning Consultant in the Center for Excellence for Teaching and Learning at Central Michigan University (CMU) serves a critical role in contributing to the development, delivery, facilitation, and evaluation of programs (e.g., workshops, webinars, cohort models), services (e.g., consultations, faculty and student feedback sessions, observations, program mapping, course design), and resources (e.g., print and web- based content) designed to support faculty, academic staff, and graduate teaching assistants in effective, evidence-based teaching and learning strategies, instructional techniques, and curriculum formulation in a range of formats including face-to-face, blended (hybrid), and online. Required: Master’s degree, experience with developing and conducting impactful face-to-face, blended (hybrid), and online faculty training workshops and/or webinars, experience with emerging learning environments, UDL, and Open Educational Resources, teaching and learning consulting/instructional design experience at a college or university that includes working with face-to-face, hybrid (blended) and online instructional formats, experience with assessment of programs and services for faculty, experience with effective use of learning management systems and other digital learned based technologies. For a complete list of requirements and to apply on-line, please visit www.jobs.cmich.edu. CMU is an AA/EO institution, providing equal opportunity to all persons, including minorities, females, veterans, and individuals with disabilities (see www.cmich.edu/ocrie).
The Cranbrook Art Museum is looking to hire 4-6 students for summer education employment opportunities at our Create Camps (K-9th grade). These positions are perfect for education or fine art majors in the first few years of undergraduate studies looking to gain hands-on classroom experience. We will be accepting applications until these positions are filled. We ask that you please share this information with potential candidates in your department.
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Currently inviting applications for two Assistant Directors in Academic Services. The Assistant Directors work collaboratively with colleagues to develop and provide interactive programs on evidence-based teaching. The primary focus of these positions is on graduate-student and postdoc programs—including workshops, consultations, and symposia—as well as a variety of professional-development programs. The responsibilities of the positions also include collaborating with colleagues to develop and provide programs for faculty, including workshops and summer institutes on teaching. These positions directly support Washington University’s mission of excellence in teaching and learning.
Required qualifications include a PhD, knowledge of best practices in teaching and learning at the higher-ed level, and at least 3 years of experience in teaching at a college or university. We are seeking candidates who are passionate about teaching and interested in developing multi-disciplinary programs, materials, and approaches that have the potential to improve teaching and learning for all students.
For a full description of this 12-month, full-time, exempt staff position and to apply, please go to http://jobs.wustl.edu and perform a keyword search for the position number: 36403. Applicants should complete the online application and submit a cover letter, CV, and a list of three professional references (as one pdf file).
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Questions may be directed to Beth Fisher, PhD, Director of Academic Services, The Teaching Center, at email@example.com.
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The University of Guelph’s Department of Open Learning and Educational Support has a new opening for a two-year, full-time Educational Developer.
We invite interested members of the community to apply to be part of this dynamic and collegial team https://www.uoguelph.ca/hr/careers-guelph/current-opportunities/educational-developer.
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The Graduate and Postdoctoral programs at Northwestern University’s Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching is now accepting applications for a Senior Program Coordinator. This person will collaborate with the director of the Graduate and Postdoctoral Programs in programming development, planning, and implementation, as well as oversee program management from recruitment and application processes to implementation and evaluation. They will become part of a collaborative team of two graduate assistants, the programs director, and staff to plan and organize programs.
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Senior Program Coordinator, Graduate and Postdoctoral Programs
Northwestern University’s Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching invites applicants for the position of Program Coordinator for our Graduate and Postdoctoral Programs.
This is a full-time position, beginning May, 2017. The position is located on the Evanston campus of Northwestern University.
This position collaborates with the director of the Graduate and Postdoctoral Programs in programming development, planning, and implementation. The Senior Program Coordinator oversees program management from recruitment and application processes to implementation and evaluation. They collaborate closely with a team of two graduate assistants, program director, and staff to plan and organize programs and are responsible for supervising and training 20-25 New TA Conference Workshop Leaders each year, facilitating programs, and co-administering the graduate programs budget.
Specific responsibilities include (please see full description online):
• Overseeing & ensuring that day-to-day operations are appropriately managed, efficient and effective.
• Planning and organizing the daylong New TA Conference (NTAC), an annual event serving 350 new TAs each September.
• Recruiting, interviewing, managing, organizing, and facilitating the New TA Conference Workshop Leaders Program, summer training for 20-25 graduate students who lead workshops at the New TA Conference.
• Managing operations of the Teaching Certificate Program (TCP), including the application process, data, developing programming, scheduling, and facilitation.
• Overseeing and managing training and organization of the Searle Graduate and Postdoctoral Workshops led by graduate students throughout the year.
• Collaborate with director and staff to manage CIRTL (Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning) at Northwestern initiatives.
• Manage operations of Graduate Teaching Mentors (GTM) and Graduate Teaching Fellows (GTF) programs, including assisting with recruitment, application, scheduling, and event planning.
The position requires a master’s degree or above in education, humanities, social science, or science, higher education administration, or a related field (or the equivalent combination of education, training, and experience from which comparable skills can be acquired), as well as 2+ years of experience in program coordination in higher education setting.
Required skills and abilities include enthusiasm for student learning, superior interpersonal skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, knowledge of teaching & learning at the college level, commitment to improving learning experiences for students, and flexibility and comfort with the challenges of developing new initiatives. Also required are strong computer skills and basic knowledge of data collection and management for program evaluation.
Please apply online at http://www.northwestern.edu/hr/careers/. Click on External Applicants, and then search for Job Opening ID# 30826. Look for job title “Senior Program Coordinator”. Northwestern University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator and employer. Employment eligibility required upon hire.