Social Media Manager | College of the Holy Cross

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Worcester, MA, US

In the Office of College Marketing and Communications, the Social Media Manager is a creative, entrepreneurial, and collaborative team member who actively participates in the College’s communications efforts and leads its online social community efforts including social media, blogs, email, and website comments and other interactive forms of online communications. Reporting to the Media Relations Director, this position will curate and create content to support the College’s Strategic Plan and branding initiatives by working to strengthen the institution’s image, expand visibility and engage target audiences including prospective students and their influencers – alumni, current students, faculty, staff and others.

Non-Tenure-Stream Position: Data Stewardship | University of Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh, PA, US

The School of Computing and Information at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking to fill a faculty position in Data Stewardship at an Assistant/Associate Professor level – Position #134534 (Non-Tenure Stream). The initial appointment is expected to be three years. Anticipated start date is August 1, 2017. We are looking for an experienced practitioner and scholar in Data Stewardship who can demonstrate an in-depth understanding of data curation, data documentation and data preservation, specifically: Current best practices and policy surrounding active data management through the data lifecycle, including data collection, data management plans, data storage, data quality and reproducibility
Experience of handling research data including application of data standards and formats, data description and documentation, metadata schema for disciplinary data, data citation and persistent identifiers, data publication, data analysis, data visualization, data re-use and metrics. Contemporary good practice in data selection and appraisal, data infrastructure including data repository software platforms, and long-term data preservation strategies. An awareness of diverse disciplinary data practices, research workflows and workflow platforms, as well as an in-depth knowledge of particular domain(s).

Social Media Manager | College of the Holy Cross

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Worcester, MA, US

In the Office of College Marketing and Communications, the Social Media Manager is a creative, entrepreneurial, and collaborative team member who actively participates in the College’s communications efforts and leads its online social community efforts including social media, blogs, email, and website comments and other interactive forms of online communications. Reporting to the Media Relations Director, this position will curate and create content to support the College’s Strategic Plan and branding initiatives by working to strengthen the institution’s image, expand visibility and engage target audiences including prospective students and their influencers – alumni, current students, faculty, staff and others.

Adjunct Faculty | Excelsior College

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Albany, NY

The College has a growing list of online courses in academic areas at the undergraduate and graduate level and needs faculty with terminal degrees to fill a variety of faculty and consulting positions for: Liberal Arts; Master of Arts in Liberal Studies – instructional faculty and individuals who are interested in directing 1 to 6 credit independent learning contracts (usually twelve week duration) and MA theses on interdisciplinary topics (6 month project).

Director: Advancement | The Speyer Legacy School

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New York, NY, US

The Speyer Legacy School, a K-8 school in Manhattan for accelerated learners, seeks a Director of Advancement. Reporting to the Head of School, the Director of Advancement

Director: Learning Center | The White Mountain School

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Bethlehem, NH, US

The White Mountain School seeks a passionate educator to serve as the Director of the Learning Center beginning July 1, 2017. The Director is responsible for leadership and oversight of the center. Our center provides structured academic coaching support for about 25% of our students. The Director oversees the academic coaches, monitors student progress, and provides leadership in the continual improvement of the center. Administrative responsibilities take up 25% of the job load; the Director also works with students as an academic coach and engages fully in the boarding school life, including working with clubs, sports, and in the dorm. Summer responsibilities are limited — they only include working with the admission office to assure appropriate placement in the Learning Center program.

Middle School Humanities Teacher | Princeton Montessori School

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Princeton, NJ, US

Passionate educator to lead Humanities instruction, act as a conference teacher to up to 15 students, and serve as a classroom lead for our small but well-developed middle school program, in partnership with current Math / Science teacher and Program Coordinator.

Continuing Education Faculty: Summer 2017, Short-Term | Rhode Island School of Design

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Providence, RI, US

The mission of the Continuing Education (CE) Division is to educate students of all ages in art and design with high-quality accessible programs. CE offers evening and weekend courses, workshops, lectures and summer programs. We offer courses during the fall, winter, spring, and summer. During the fall and spring terms, we offer 12-week courses, while summer and winter sessions offer intensive six-week courses. In addition, CE offers a six-week Pre-College Program for high school artists and designers. The program is focused on allowing students to experience the core elements of a RISDeducation. Finally, CE’s Summer Studies Program offers students the opportunity to pursue a variety of art and design disciplines and work with distinguished artists, designers and educators for college credit.

Postdoctoral Fellow: Race and Gender History | Rutgers University

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New Brunswick, NJ, US

The Department of History at Rutgers University announces a post-doctoral fellowship for scholars pursuing research in race and gender studies. The successful applicant must have the doctorate in hand at the time of application, be no more than six years beyond the Ph.D., and be able to teach history courses. The fellowship of $60,000 is for one year and includes benefits and a $5,000 research stipend. The recipient will teach at least one small course in the history department and participate and present in the “Black Bodies” seminar series at the Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis.

Summer Program Academic Dean: Center for Talented Youth | Johns Hopkins University

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United States

The Johns Hopkins University for Center Talented Youth (CTY) is currently seeking academic deans for its summer residential and day programs in the United States.