Requisition Number: STFR003011
Division/College: Undergraduate Education
Location: Boston Main Campus
Full-time/Part-time: Full Time
The Associate Director (AD) at the Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning through Research (CATLR) will work with the Director and the rest of the CATLR team to provide comprehensive and robust educational support to faculty members and graduate students to meet their broad instructional needs. The person in this position will work with colleagues who are teaching on-site, on-line, and hybrid courses to facilitate their professional development as educators by introducing and helping them apply the science of learning to the design and delivery of educational activities of every kind. The AD will also collaborate with faculty researchers engaged in the scholarship of teaching and learning. The AD will continually develop, implement, and assess programs for CATLR to meet the changing needs of faculty, students, employers, and the higher education landscape, with the goal of maximizing students' deep learning.
The scope for integrating evidence-based instructional support will include working at the university, college, and department level on the evidence-based design and implementation of curricula, as well as at the individual level helping faculty and graduate students in their particular teaching context. The AD will also help faculty to evaluate if, when, and which technology might meet their instructional needs and enhance students' learning, as well as support faculty moving between on-site, on-line or hybrid courses. Finally, the AD will work closely with other instructional support units on campus to provide seamless, collaborative support.
Candidates must have a doctoral degree, demonstrated evidence of effective teaching experience in higher education, and collaborative experience working on projects, grants, or publications with colleagues across disciplines. Desired areas of concentration include but are not limited to: Learning Analytics, Motivation, Cognition, Intercultural/Diversity, and Experiential Learning.
Candidates should have foundational knowledge of the learning sciences as well as the use of technology to promote learning and teaching in various modes (i.e., on-site, on-line, hybrid).
Candidates should have experience designing and delivering workshops; consulting with faculty across disciplines; writing, receiving, and carrying out grants with colleagues; refereed research publications in appropriate areas; and some national exposure (e.g., publications, work on editorial boards, and grant reviewers for major agencies, as manuscript reviewers for refereed journals, etc.).
At least 5-7 years experience in faculty development is strongly preferred. Candidates must also be able to maintain confidentiality, exercise a high level of discretion, and independent judgment.
To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: Careers@Northeastern
Northeastern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Educational Institution and Employer, Title IX University. Northeastern University particularly welcomes applications from minorities, women and persons with disabilities. Northeastern University is an E-Verify Employer.