STEAM Instructor, P-20 Center - Division of Outreach, Engagement, and Regional Development (38854)
STEAM Instructor, P-20 Center - Division of Outreach, Engagement, and Regional Development (38854)Position Number:
2070FACULType of Position:
P-20 CenterPosition Description Summary:
STEAM Instructors are professionals who conduct the division’s multitude of outreach and engagement activities with customers and partners across the region. This position will be primarily focused on instructional tasks – curriculum development, delivery of instruction, assessment and evaluation. STEAM Instructors operate independently with minimal supervision and collaborate intentionally with colleagues across the division and across the university.Required Qualifications:
A.Minimum educational requirements.
•Master’s degree required,
B.Minimum experience requirements.
•Five years’ experience as a post-secondary or secondary instructor
•Professional presentations in a STEM/STEAM or educational field
•Five years’ demonstration of ability to manage and lead a team to produce high quality STEM/STEAM programming, curriculum, instruction and/or assessment.
C. Licensing or Certification Required
Teacher certification in a STEAM field, required
K-12 administrative licensure preferred
Commensurate with experienceWorking Hours:
8 - 4:30 Monday - Friday; evenings and weekends as neededPosting Date:
04/29/2021Priority Review Date:
05/03/2021Special Instructions to Applicants:
Please submit application materials by May 3, 2021:
Transcripts (unofficial with official required at hire)
List of References
Three (3) Letters of Recommendation
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