Teaching and Learning Program Manager
Teaching and Learning Program Manager
Job Number: 75967
Teaching + Learning Program Manager Salary Grade H, Full Time, Exempt 1-yr fixed term (will be evaluated for continuation) School of Engineering, Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school) Teaching and Learning Program Manager Are you interested in helping shape the future of design education? Do you thrive on organization and creative program management? The d.school seeks a highly collaborative and detail-oriented Teaching and Learning Program Manager to perform a full range of human-centered operational duties as they relate to classes and other learning experiences. The position involves daily interactions with dynamic faculty, staff, students and the wider d.school community.
The Program Manager will join a team of d.school colleagues who are actively working on a range of projects related to curriculum design, class production, and experiments in experiential education. The project portfolio includes managing teaching teams, hosting events, marketing courses, working on projects with design professionals, and publishing project learnings and curriculum.
The Teaching and Learning Program Manager will report to the Director of Teaching and Learning and collaborate closely with the d.school operations team to ensure best practices regarding logistics and finances. You may hire and manage part time staff, contractors, students, and other collaborators for short term engagements. You will actively participate in all team meetings, assist with project timelines, support the team in other areas as needed. You will attend d.school "all hands" events and meetings, contributing to the organization overall as well.
The Teaching and Learning Program Manager's responsibilities include the following:
70%: Project administration, events, logistics, and financial management Responsible for management, logistics, and financials on a range of Teaching and Learning projects throughout the year including several fall teaching experiments, the Creativity in Research Scholars Program, January's Designer Crossroads, Teacher's Lounges, Artifact Week, and the Teaching Summit. Contribute to student-facing events including Pitch Night, Student Orientations, and the Winter Info Session.
30% Course production and marketing Responsible for the logistics of offering 30-40 courses in an a year including website and calendar management, teaching team communications, student applications, teaching artifact collection, emails to student lists, Facebook and social marketing, poster distribution, and keeping mailing lists up to date. Additionally responsible for seeking out and executing on creative ways to reach students.
JOB PURPOSE: Work with our Teaching + Learning team and other collaborators to design, implement, and assess the vision, strategy, and goals of the d.school. CORE DUTIES*:
Education & Experience: Bachelor's degree and two or more years of relevant experience or combination of education, training, and relevant experience. Advanced degree may be required for some programs. Program administration experience is strongly preferred. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Applicants are required to upload a cover letter and resume to be considered for this opening.About Stanford University
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Thank you for your interest!
Location: School of Engineering
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