Education Program Coordinator/Assistant Director - 10732BR
Education Program Coordinator/Assistant Director
50% - Manages writing consulting services, including the recruitment, hiring, training, mentoring, and continuing professional development of 30-40 undergraduate and graduate student writing consultants during fall, spring, and summer sessions. Coordinates Writing Center schedule and appointment system, including maintaining and troubleshooting WCOnline. Occasional evening and weekend hours may be required.
20% - Administer and expand the Writing Fellows program.
10% - Assists the Associate Director and Graduate Writing Specialist in developing and performing outreach activities, including class visits, workshops, the Thesis/Dissertation Accelerator, information fairs, and consultations with students and faculty.
10% - Engages in ongoing assessment of student needs, including the development and implementation of Writing Center programs to meet identified needs, and the assessment of program outcomes with a view towards continual improvement.
5% - Offers writing consultations to undergraduate and graduate students as needed.
5% - Serves on committees within Undergraduate Studies and other units, when such service supports the mission of the Writing Center.
- Master’s degree in English, Rhetoric, TESOL, or related discipline.
- A minimum of two years’ experience in a student writing center setting in higher education.
- Excellent written communication skills as demonstrated by application materials.
- Attention to detail and ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks as demonstrated through materials and work history.
- Demonstrated interpersonal skills in working with diverse students, faculty, and staff.
- PhD in English, Rhetoric, TESOL, or related discipline.
- Experience teaching writing, composition, TESOL, or other relevant courses.
- Familiarity with writing center scholarship and professional conferences.
- Administrative experience in personnel supervision, including the training and evaluation of undergraduate and graduate students.
- Excellent oral communication skills.
- Experience working with WCOnline or other appointment scheduling programs.
Additional Candidate Instructions
First review of applications is Tuesday, February 6th and will continue until a qualified group of applicants is assembled.