Reporting to the Senior Associate Director (Learning Program), and working closely with the other Learning Program Assistant Director, the incumbent will have a multi-faceted role in both graduate student and undergraduate programming. The Assistant Director will play a role in all major aspects of Learning Program administration including: needs assessment; development, design, and delivery of programming for students; program evaluation and reporting; staff training; and, publicity and outreach. A particular emphasis for this position is expertise in providing academic/learning support to graduate (primarily doctoral) students across a variety of disciplines individually (e.g., coaching) and in groups (e.g., workshops).
For full consideration, please submit application materials no later than May 16 (three weeks from posting).
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