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Below are opportunities to work with our great team of faculty development professionals. To learn more about the position, click on the gray box. All applicants are asked to submit a resume or CV, and a cover letter, if interested in this position by Friday, September 8, 2023, for full consideration,

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Position Overview

Teaching and Learning Innovation (TLI;, a unit of the Division of Faculty Affairs, in the Office of the Provost, seeks qualified applicants for a position that will provide direct support to tenure track and non-tenure track faculty, graduate students and post- doc instructors as it relates to TLI’s monthly and annual programs and events designed to foster faculty success and professional growth. This person will report directly to either TLI’s Director of Professional Development or the Associate Director for Curriculum Development and Design and will provide additional expertise to collaborate with other members of the unit to implement relevant and effective professional development experiences for the campus.

The expected pay range for this position is $56,000-$58,000, dependent upon experience and earned level of education. All applicants are asked to submit a resume or CV, and a cover letter, if interested in this position by Friday, September 8, 2023, for full consideration.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities

  • Contributes to and helps coordinate TLI’s monthly workshops and programs.
  • Supports the implementation of TLI annual signature events. Examples of TLI annual signature events include the unit’s Innovative Teaching & Learning Conference, New Faculty Teaching Institute, and Graduate Student/Professional Student Week offerings.
  • Works with tenure-track, non-tenure track faculty, graduate students, and post-docs to give them guidance on best practices related to teaching and learning, building welcoming learning environments, and developing their teaching acumen.
  • Supports individual and department level course and curriculum design, development, and assessment.
  • Authors resources on selected topics related to unit priority areas, responds to instructor consultation requests on behalf of the unit, and completes classroom observation requests and other needs related to TLI’s Consultation Service, as the need arises.
  • Researches, authors, and develops additional resources and professional development opportunities as needed in collaboration with all members of TLI related to TLI’s programs, workshops, and events throughout the academic year.
  • Collaborates with university colleagues to represent the unit in joint endeavors where faculty development is central to the result or goal of the project.

Required Qualifications

  • Has an earned master’s degree with a minimum of 1-2 years’ experience supporting faculty, graduate students, and/or post-docs to implement evidence-based teaching and learning strategies, as well as successfully supporting faculty development programs in a higher education setting.
  • Possesses strong knowledge and awareness of best practices related to graduate student professional development, teaching and learning, inclusive teaching and promoting inclusive learning environments on a college or university campus.
  • Evidence of ability to collaborate, build, and foster strong relationships with relevant stakeholders (faculty, staff, external partners, and university administration).
  • Maintains proven capacity to support faculty with strategies for effective teaching and learning, as well as course and program assessment.
  • Evidence of ability to manage multiple projects during set periods of time, including working effectively and respectfully with groups of people with diverse backgrounds to reach and surpass stated goals.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Office 365, PowerPoint, Outlook, Word, Excel), and accessibility standards for visual communications.
  • Proficiency in using Learning Management Systems, such as Canvas, for faculty and instructors.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Has an earned doctorate degree with a minimum of 3 years’ experience supporting faculty to implement evidence-based teaching and learning strategies in their courses, as well as supporting faculty development programs in a higher education setting or working successfully at a large public university.
  • Has strong knowledge and awareness of best practices in assessment and program evaluation, as it relates to teaching and learning and faculty development programming on a college or university campus.
  • Has strong knowledge and awareness of practices that promote welcoming and belonging for all students.
  • Has experience in curriculum development, design, and mapping at individual and departmental levels.
  • Can show evidence of strategic thinking, as well as evidence of impact(s) made, and flexibility exercised when needed to make progress on identified projects and long-term goals.
  • Has excellent organizational, inter-personal, and communication skills, oral and written, and demonstrated ability to multi-task with time-sensitive matters.
  • Maintains proven record of handling private, confidential, and culturally sensitive matters with discretion.
  • Holds proficiency working in LMS, preferably Canvas, and experience using Adobe Design Suite.