Associate Director for Teaching and Learning

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The University of Georgia seeks an innovative, collaborative, and creative leader as Associate Director for Teaching and Learning within the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). The CTL is a unit of the Office of Instruction, whose central mission is to provide university-wide leadership, collaboration, and support on matters related to instruction.

The Associate Director for Teaching and Learning reports to, and collaborates closely with, the Director of the CTL in managing the responsibilities and achieving the goals of the Center. The Associate Director will supervise Assistant Directors and Coordinators in support of the CTLmission. This position designs, develops, and delivers instructional development programs and events for faculty in support of student learning, faculty career success, and faculty and instructor efficacy in the classroom. In addition, the Associate Director oversees CTL support of instructional technologies, performs formative evaluations of instruction, collaborates with CTL staff in providing instructional support, and develops and facilitates mechanisms to recognize excellent teaching at UGA.

The ideal candidate would have a demonstrated record of excellence in university teaching, supervisory experience in higher education, and some experience in a public land-grant or research university. Other desired skills include an applied understanding of educational psychology, experience managing learning technologies, the ability to set goals and measure outcomes to determine success, and a successful record of collaboration in higher education. This position is Monday – Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM, with expectations for flexibility when needed to meet deadlines and provide support for the Center.

 

 

 

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Posted: 12/11/2018
Application Due: 2/9/2019
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