The Associate Director for Instructional Advancement and Learning Outcomes in the University Institute for Teaching and Learning will lead the Institute's Vision for development and delivery of instructional programs for faculty and graduate students. Promote and Establish procedures for the University Culture and vision for teaching and learning. Leads the development and delivery of instructional programs/workshops for faculty and graduate students. Set comprehensive goals for performance and growth of instructional programs. Manages instructional consultation; writes reports including annual evaluation of outcomes.
The candidate should have proven experience in execution and operations, scaling an organization through accelerated growth, and a demonstrated ability to both lead and build capabilities of a diverse team and creating a collaborative, performance-oriented culture. The successful candidate will have extensive experience within a university environment, have solid capability in establishing, tracking and reporting key metrics of success, and have experience with online learning as well as the full range of pedagogical methodologies. The candidate should have experience in assessing and reporting on educational outcomes and creating stability and accountability in a complex, multi-stakeholder environment, as well as a Doctoral degree in a related field.
Ten or more distinguished years of scholarship and leadership within a university setting. Demonstrated ability in monitoring teaching and learning outcomes, particularly within a university setting. Strong collaborator with experience leading teams of staff and faculty, driver of results with a clear orientation to serve the institute effectively and efficiently. Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills are essential. Ability to steady people and an organization during rapid growth, while driving results. Success in roles requiring execution of multiple tasks while responding to multiple priorities and stakeholders. Track record delivering superior results, commanding respect and assuming leadership roles. Transparent, direct, with substance. Self-starter, self-disciplined. Calm, methodical, thorough. Remain focused on execution, building capacity and ensuring accountability.
Target Salary: $95,000.00 - $100,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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