Program Coordinator, The Teaching and Learning Center
The Teaching and Learning Center at the CUNY Graduate Center seeks a Program Coordinator to join its staff. Reporting to the Director, the TLC’s coordinator will help plan, schedule, and facilitate events and meetings; support recruitment and on-boarding of TLC staff; coordinate procurement and budget processes; interface with other administrative offices at the Graduate Center; and help maintain the web and digital presence for the Teaching and Learning Center.
This is a terrific opportunity to learn more about academic administration, faculty and program development, the scholarship of teaching and learning, educational technology, the CUNY context, and much more. The successful candidate will join a tight-knit community of educators committed to supporting each other and teaching and learning at CUNY.
The position is for 20 hours a week, pays $23.57 an hour, and includes health insurance after 90 days. The position requires strong organizational, oral and written communication, and technical skills, as well as the ability to work effectively with others. Experience with Google Docs, Slack, and Excel are strongly preferred.
To apply: please send a statement of interest (no more than 2 pages), a CV, and the names of three references via email to Luke Waltzer, Director, Teaching and Learning Center, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please send your application as a single pdf named YourLastName.TLCCoordinator.pdf. And, please include “TLC Fellows Application” in the subject line.
Review of applications will begin on July 8th, and the position will be filled as soon as possible.
About the Teaching and Learning Center
The CUNY Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) creates and connects opportunities for GC students to grow as educators and scholars within the nation’s largest public urban university system. As one of the few teaching centers dedicated to working with graduate student instructors, the TLC prepares new college teachers for their entry into the classroom, guides developing teachers as they refine their practices, and helps experienced teachers think through how to best apply what they’ve learned in the next stages of their careers, whether those careers be inside or outside the classroom. The TLC’s programs are explicitly designed to generate, engage with, and integrate the concerns of the students whom it serves, and Graduate Center students take an active role in shaping the Center’s priorities and areas of focus. Unifying all TLC activities is a commitment to building and supporting community among educators teaching at CUNY. To read more about the TLC and its programs, please see http://cuny.is/teaching.