Associate Researcher Senior - 13149BR
Associate Researcher Senior
25% - Conduct research syntheses in mathematics and science education including evaluating results and preparing written reports. Activities include research syntheses, evaluation of published research, and writing reports related to multiple projects.
15% - Collaborate with test development, research, and implementation teams to develop high quality, accessible professional development materials to support teaching and learning of mathematics and science for all learners. Activities include reviewing assessment designs and serving as an internal subject matter expert in mathematics and science content.
15% - Collaborate with other staff to develop technical documentation, scholarly journal articles, and other products for dissemination of research findings for a variety of audiences.
10% - Develop proposals for externally funded research projects. Collaborate with center staff to design studies and prepare budgets for project proposals.Serve as PI or Co-PI on awarded projects.
10% - Communicate with external audiences including researchers, state education agency staff, and professional organizations. Activities include presentations to state and local education agency staff and presentations at professional conferences.
- Doctoral degree in mathematics education, science education, or STEM education, curriculum and instruction, educational psychology or a related field
- 5 years’ additional postdoc experience in mathematics, science or STEM education or assessment
- Academic or professional experience conducting, documenting, and synthesizing developmental and empirical research
- At least 1 year of experience developing or leading professional development activities, including supporting communities of practice for teachers
- At least 1 year of experience on projects related to K-12 academic content standards in mathematics and/or science
- Experience working in a multidisciplinary, team-based environment as evidenced by work history, professional training or a combination of both
- Experience leading complex projects, ensuring input from multiple stakeholder groups
- Excellent oral and written communication skills for scholarly and practitioner audiences
- Experience in instructional practices in mathematics and science for students with disabilities
- Knowledge of principles of Universal Design for Learning and assessment.
- Prior work on projects related to contemporary academic content standards, (e.g., Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards).
- Record of research on a topic related to the acquisition of academic knowledge and skills in mathematics, science and/or STEM education.
- Experience with educational software development
- Direct experience as an instructional coach
Additional Candidate Instructions
Application review begins November 26, 2018. To ensure first consideration, apply before the application review date.