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Position Number: 00101779
Primary Function of Organization Unit: The mission of the Department of Elementary Education at North Carolina State University is to develop teacher leaders who have a deep, general content knowledge with a focus in science and mathematics, expert pedagogy, and a commitment to equity and social justice. The Department of Elementary Education within the College of Education offers both a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and a Masters in Elementary Education. Both of these programs are uniquely designed to prepare education professionals for the 21st century. In addition, students will be prepared to teach diverse populations.
Essential Job Duties: Coordinate and manage the daily operation of the research project. Organize all project meetings (among researchers and practitioners). Coordinate communication across project stakeholders. Organize the research project data collection, storage, and management. Lead the project data analysis and supervise the work of research assistants. Write project reports and papers, including yearly reports to funding agency. Work with IRB for protection of Human Subjects. Provide support to the project principal investigator. Maintain the project's website.
Minimum Education/Experience: Ph.D. in Education Strong methodological training in qualitative and quantitative research. Knowledge and experience in academic writing. Ability to compose and proofread correspondence, reports, and other materials.
Department Required Skills : Excellent organization, communication, and time management skills. Excellent computer skills, specifically related to data organization and management. Outstanding interpersonal written and communication skills with the ability to interpret and answer a variety of questions with diplomacy and accuracy.
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education: Ph.D. in Mathematics Education. Knowledge of educational practices and mathematics education research.
Necessary Licenses and Certifications: A valid North Carolina driver's license or the ability to obtain one within 60 days of start date.
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