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Director Teaching and Learning Center

Air University
Maxwell AFB, Montgomery
$118,000 - $145,000 per year

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Air University (AU) is a federal degree-granting institution that provides the full spectrum of education, including undergraduate and graduate programs in specialized military disciplines, progressive career-long professional military education, professional continuing education, and professional development programs.

AU is seeking a visionary leader to champion faculty development and student success!  The Director of the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) plays a pivotal role in fostering excellence in education across Air University. Reporting directly to the Provost and Chief Academic Officer, you will collaborate with the Deputy Provost and Chief of Faculty Relations to ensure faculty and students have the resources they need to thrive.

In this dynamic role, you will:

  • Develop and deliver impactful faculty development programs that enhance teaching effectiveness and promote student learning.
  • Lead the creation and implementation of initiatives that improve student communication skills across all AU schools and organizations.
  • Oversee the operations of the TLC, ensuring it provides a comprehensive suite of resources and support services.
  • Partner with key stakeholders across AU to identify and address evolving educational needs.

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Air University is the intellectual and leadership-development center of the U.S. Air and Space Forces. Our mission is to educate and develop Air, Space, and Cyberspace warrior-leaders in support of the National Defense Strategy. Air University, with headquarters at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, is a major component of Air Education and Training Command and is the lead agent for Air Force education.

Air University provides the full spectrum of Air Force education, encompassing pre-commissioning programs for new officers; graduate programs in specialized military disciplines; progressive, career-long professional military development for officer, enlisted, and civilian Airmen; and specialized programs for US cabinet appointees, senior executive service civilians, and general officers.

Air University draws on a long legacy of airpower education. The Wright brothers established the first US civilian flying school here in 1910. In the early 1930s, the Army Air Corps Tactical School moved to Montgomery, establishing Maxwell Field.

Air University was established in 1946, and today is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, masters, and doctor of philosophy degrees. Air University is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty committed to inclusive teaching and scholarship.

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