Academic Technology Specialist: Stanford University's Continuing Studies Program is seeking an Academic Technology Specialist to join its Learning, Design, and Technology Team, which helps to manage the program's online learning initiative and to use educational technologies across all of its offereings. Responsibilities include managing the program's Zoom account, coordinate and support the use of Zoom, and provide support and direction for virtual events such as webinars. This is a hybrid position, requiring two to three days on campus per week.
Associate Provost of Continuing and Digital Learning: The Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City has created this new position to extend its educational reach through the application of a such modes of content-delivery as certificates, modules and lifelong learning opportunities for undergraduate, graduate, professional, alumni and other lifelong learners. Reporting to the Provost, this executive will have accountability for the conception, strategy and implementation of academic, life-long learning and certificate programs at affordable tuition rates to enable broad global student access.
Business Director: CMU Online, at Carnegie Mellon University, is expanding its online graduate and professional portfolio, and this position will play a key role in building that out. Key responsibilities include setting and implementing vision for new online offerings, including strategic planning and business growth, and monitoring/managing program enrollments, outcomes, and other KPIs. Qualifications: academic and/or continuing education management experience, with demonstrated knowledge and understanding of strategic planning, new business development, team building, leadership, and fiscal management. This position will be posted at www.cmu.edu/jobs in mid-July. Until then, feel free to reach out to Marsha Lovett (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions or other inquiries.
Digital Community & Social Media Specialist: Stanford Digital Education has an opening for a job to grow its digital community and advance its outreach, communications, and engagement goals. Responsibilities include producing and curating digital content (including video & audio, digital media content, written stories, etc.); developing social media channels, blogs, and the SDE website; and analyzing how content is performing. This position is eligible to be fully remote.
Education Manager: The Bill Lane Center for the American West at Stanford is seeking an experienced professional to serve as its Education Manager. The position reports to the Associate Director and administers the center’s student programming such as a summer internship program, a three week travel-study course, and an introductory course on the American West. The Education Manager is responsible for logistics, program budgets, vendor selection and management, marketing and publicity, scheduling, and related administrative support for the faculty director.
Executive Director of Faculty Engagement and Early Career Development Programs and Director of IDEAL Fellows Program: In support of Stanford's IDEAL Engagement objectives, this position does strategic planning, curriculum and program development, communications and direction of complex, interconnected early career faculty development and faculty engagement programs. (IDEAL is Stanford’s Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access in a Learning Environment initiative.) Programs under the direction of this position include new faculty orientation, writing productivity workshops and retreats, career development workshops and engagement events for new and junior faculty.
Financial Management Analyst: This position plays a crucial role at Duke Leaning Innovation in supporting the work of its four teams and helping it stay on track with its budget throughout the year. The job has a variety of budget and management responsibilities and financial services duties, as well as handling some administrative support.
Head of Learning: Laboratoria, a nonprofit with efforts under way in Peru, Chile, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia and the United States, aims to help more women in Latin America pursue careers in technology. It seeks a head of learning for its new ventures team. The unit is currently focused on designing and building a digital learning platform where women from Latin America can develop new skills, build relationships and start and accelerate their careers in technology. Job is remote. Must speak Spanish.
Multimedia Services Coordinator: Skyline College, part of the San Mateo County Community College District , seeks a Multimedia Services Coordinator to assist in the planning, coordination, and implementation of services, such as support of classroom instructional technology and media equipment/supplies, support of non-classroom media equipment/supplies, fulfillment of audio/visual needs for campus events, coordination of the purchase of instructional technology and media equipment/supplies, design of innovative teaching and learning spaces, creation of documentation to support end-users, and training for users on the selection and use of media equipment/supplies.
Program Manager, Strategic Research & Market Analysis: This position is at ITHAKA, a nonprofit with the mission to expand access to knowledge and education around the world with such services as Artstor, JSTOR, Portico and Ithaka S+R. The Program Manager will serve as part of the cross-functional team dedicated to mapping and scouting the organization’s future. Reporting to the Vice President, Organizational Strategy and Libraries, Scholarly Communications and Museums, Ithaka S + R, the Program Manager will work cross-functionally with internal research and consulting teams as well as business development and R&D teams.
Teaching Fellows Coordinator (TFC): Stanford Digital Education invites you to help shepherd a novel course that aims to advance a new model of equity-driven digital learning at Stanford for high school students from low-income communities. The TFC will help to manage in Fall 2022 a specially designed version of an introductory Stanford computer science course (CS 105) that has the rigors of a Stanford course with the scaffolding needed for high school instruction. Responsibilities include hiring and training about 20 teaching fellows and meeting with the course leaders to help develop and prepare the course. This is the second time Stanford is offering CS105 for dual credit – meaning it will carry both Stanford and high school credit. The job is 1-10 hours per week for July-September and 10-15 hours per week for September through January.
Teaching Fellows (TFs): Stanford Digital Education seeks TFs to present course material and teach high school students in weekly section meetings of an introductory Stanford computer science course, CS 105. The course, to be offered in Fall 2022, combines college-level rigor with high-school-level scaffolding, and is made available nationwide in Title I high schools which serve predominantly low-income communities. This is the second time Stanford is offering CS105 for dual credit – meaning it will carry both Stanford and high school credit. The job is 10-12 hours per week, from Aug. 15 to Jan. 15.