The Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) seeks a Manager of Editorial Projects to play a leadership role on key projects during the 2020-2021 academic year, including stewarding a major revision to the Teach@CUNY Handbook, serving as managing editor of the Visible Pedagogy weblog, helping revise the TLC website, and other public facing initiatives.
This is a terrific opportunity for an advanced graduate student or recent M.A. or Ph.D. who is interested in academic publishing, academic administration, and the scholarship of teaching and learning. The selected candidate will report to the director of the Teaching and Learning Center, and work closely with the TLC’s staff and collaborators across the Graduate Center to move various editorial projects forward during the 2020-2021 academic year. The ideal candidate will be an experienced college teacher who is versed in pedagogical theory, has editorial experience, and has written for broad audiences.
This is a grant-funded, non-teaching adjunct position, capped at 450 hours for the academic year, with the possibility of additional summer hours, and renewal in 2021. The pay range for this position is $55.60 to $73.79 an hour, determined by the PSC-CUNY Contract.
To apply, please send a short cv, a cover letter, and two brief writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin Tuesday September 8, and the start date is ASAP.
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.