Hiring Range: Salary Commensurate with Education & Experience
JOB SUMMARY/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Under the supervision of the Director, this position works with faculty, academic programs, and colleges to improve and enhance quality teaching and learning, specifically emphasizing inclusive and equitable learning and quantitative assessment. Works collaboratively with campus constituencies in support of the institution's goal of ensuring student access and success and the effective and efficient use of resources. Provides advanced-level direction in instructional innovation and current design theory. Assists faculty with their teaching via lecture, seminar, research, clinical, practice, and lab with face-to-face, hybrid, online coursework to support faculty and staff as well as contribute to improved learning.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provides advanced-level consultation and leadership for curriculum and instruction, including face- to-face and electronic (email, video, telephone, and other forms of communication), including initiatives around creating inclusive and equitable learning spaces.
Provides recommendations for instructional design, sequencing of instruction, and use of assessments. Assesses the use of techniques and technologies in academic programs to provide recommendations for delivering instruction.
Consults with faculty to identify areas for pedagogical improvement within course curriculum. Conducts course reviews in order to identify instructional opportunities and analyze areas for improvement.
Provides individual and group faculty consultations related to course design, redesign, and development.
Designs, implements, and manages professional development programs to improve faculty/staff curriculum, instruction, and technology knowledge and skills for effective integration of instructional design principles, including initiatives related to creating inclusive and equitable learning spaces.
Analyzes, prioritizes, and assesses the needs for faculty professional development in the areas of curriculum, instruction, techniques, and technologies for delivering quality courses.
Creates written and electronic resources (website, newsletters, social media, etc.) on quality teaching techniques and technologies.
Collaborates with TLC staff to assess the effectiveness of programming and curricular change on student learning.
Develops workshops, instructional materials, and outreach for faculty teaching in those settings.
Researches and evaluates new and emerging curriculum and instruction pedagogies and strategies applicable to an academic health science center.
Works with UTHSC instructors interested in the scholarship of teaching and learning to prepare work for publication or presentations.
Performs other work-related duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 212766
The mission of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is to bring the benefits of the health sciences to the achievement and maintenance of human health, with a focus on the citizens of Tennessee and the region, by pursuing an integrated program of education, research, clinical care, and public service.