Provide professional support for programming, evaluation, and aspects related to graduate student teaching and development in the Faculty Innovation Center (FIC) and coordinates efforts to disseminate knowledge about effective college teaching practice and support to graduate student instructors and campus partners.
Ph. D. required. Three to five years of experience in educational development. Minimum three years of teaching experience in post-secondary settings. Two years of experience in higher education administration. Ability to develop effective instructional materials for a variety of learning tasks, student characteristics, and learning environments. Experience supervising and mentoring research assistants. Goal-and results-oriented approach to complex work. Adept at managing multiple projects and demands with informal authority. Organized, able to pay attention to detail while keeping the big picture in mind. Commitment to service, respectful engagement, and continuous improvement. Interpersonal skills that promote team building, collaboration, transparency, and a culture that principally understands and measures effectiveness in terms of others’ successes. Ability to communicate clearly, verbally and in writing. Sensitivity to the demands and dynamics of teaching and learning at a major research university.
$71,000 + depending on qualifications
- Manual dexterity
- Daily use of a keyboard and desktop computer
- 3 work references with their contact information; at least one reference should be from a supervisor
- Letter of interest