Thursday, May 16, 2013

Science Instructional Consultant, CRLT, UMich

Instructional Consultant in the Biological, Physical or Health Sciences

CRLT, University of Michigan - Greater Detroit Area

Job Description

The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) seeks a faculty developer to work with instructors in the biological, physical, or health sciences and to consult on instructional technology. Candidates should have a PhD in the sciences, experience working with faculty or TAs from those disciplines, or research relevant to the sciences. Familiarity with clinical teaching is desirable. Applicants will be considered for either an Instructional Consultant title or an Assistant Director title, depending on level of experience.  
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Desired Skills & Experience

Job requirements: PhD in hand; college teaching experience; faculty and/or TA development experience; background in the sciences or experience working with science instructors; comfort using a variety of instructional technologies; ability to work effectively in settings of social and intellectual diversity; and strong oral and written communication skills. 
Desired qualifications: Familiarity with faculty/TA development and teaching at a large research university; familiarity with the literature on faculty/TA development and student learning.

Company Description

Founded in 1962, the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) was the first university teaching center.  CRLT supports the advancement of teaching and learning in all 19 schools and colleges at the University of Michigan. We are a highly collaborative and productive group, and we look forward to welcoming new staff to our team.  For information about CRLT, visit  The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer.