We currently have the following staff openings at the Sheridan Center. If you would like to be put on an email list to receive future postings, please email Executive Director Mary Wright at [email protected].
Assistant Director, STEM
The Assistant Director, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) will support members of Brown’s STEM teaching and learning community, with a particular focus on graduate students, by contributing to Sheridan Center programs, services, and publications in these disciplinary areas. The Assistant Director will work in close collaboration with the Senior Associate Director, STEM, and colleagues at the Sheridan Center to support the design, facilitation, and evaluation of programs for instructional improvement and student success, such as certificate programs, orientations, institutes, and seminars; consult with graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, administrators, staff, and faculty about evidence-based teaching and learning; contribute to online and print resources to build capacity around evidence-based teaching and learning responsive to a diverse faculty and student body. For more information and to apply, please see the Brown Career site (REQ173195). Please submit a cover letter and CV, bundled as a single .pdf. For full consideration, please apply by October 12, 2021.
Associate Director, Learning Technologist
The Associate Director, Learning Technologies, manages the instructional technology service area as a member of the Digital Learning & Design (DLD) hub of the Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning. DLD is a team of instructional designers, technologists, digital media experts and support specialists who partner with Brown faculty to integrate instructional technologies and research-informed pedagogical practices into the curriculum of face-to-face, blended and online courses in support of teaching and learning goals. This position oversees the selection, deployment and support of the learning technologies portfolio; assesses the effectiveness of our technology offerings to develop new strategies as needed; and supervises a staff of technologists. The Associate Director, Learning Technologies, provides high-level problem-solving to help faculty understand and incorporate instructional technologies into their course curriculum and informs the Brown community of available services and resources. This position is central to collaborations with campus leaders on strategic planning for the use of digital tools in all Brown courses.
For more information and to apply, please see the Brown Career site (REQ169571).
Program Manager, Digital Learning & Design
The Program Manager is a member of the Digital Learning & Design team of instructional designers, instructional technologists, and digital media experts supporting Brown faculty in exemplary methods of integrating technology into the learning environment. This position is responsible for coordinating communication, resources, and support between DLD the programs we support. The successful candidate to fill this position will enjoy mentoring student workers, find satisfaction in improving operational efficiency and feel energized as a member of the team leading the development of excellent engaging learning experiences for Brown students.
Educational Digital Media Producer, Editor
The Educational Media Producer is a member of the Digital Learning & Design (DLD) team of instructional designers, instructional technologists, and digital media experts supporting Brown faculty in exemplary methods of integrating technology into the learning environment. The majority of the Educational Media Producer, Editor’s time is spent editing, creating motion graphics and animations, and managing other post-production tasks to produce educational media content for all Brown courses including course content video, interviews, audio podcasts, voiceover recordings, motion graphics, animations, graphic elements, and screencast tutorials. As part of the DLD media team, the Educational Media Producer works to design and develop media that is accessible and inclusive of diverse audiences, and reflects DLD’s commitment to high-quality, accessible course and media design.