Learning Lab Coordinator is a full-time, temporary, unclassified staff position who coordinates tutor placements for EHS students; makes efforts to scale the Learning Lab model across school and community partnerships; coordinates activities to encourage and support P12 students with the high-dosage tutoring model; communicates among college students, faculty, and school/community partners to sustain tutoring partnerships.
Founded in 1902, the College of Education, Health, and Society was Miami University’s first professional school and remains a leader in educating the next generation of leaders dedicated to strengthening society. Today, CEHS enrolls more than 3,000 undergraduate students 600 graduates employs more than 200 faculty and 50 staff and leads the University in terms of the highest percentage of diverse students and faculty across the university. The College embraces the rich opportunities available for cross-disciplinary collaboration across its six departments (Educational Leadership; Educational Psychology; Family Science and Social Work; Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Health; Sport Leadership and Management; and Teaching, Curriculum, and Educational Inquiry). Miami combines a wide range of strong academic programs with the personal attention ordinarily found only at much smaller institutions. Graduate education in these programs is innovative and is leading the way in preparing students for careers in fields like educational leadership, social work, sport analytics, eSports, nutrition, and athletic training.
The Learning Lab Coordinator will coordinate the continuous improvement, implementation, scaling, monitoring, and ongoing evaluation of the Learning Lab, including oversight of the current programs and extending into other communities and schools; work with school leaders and teachers to design, implement, monitor, engage in professional development, and ongoing evaluation of the Learning Lab programs; identify and submit (in collaboration with Miami University’s grant offices) applications for grants from public and private sources and state and federal agencies; serve as the primary point of contact for coordinating tutoring placements and student teaching experiences with the MU field office; leverage MU EHS Resource Room to meet the needs of students; identify and engage in complementary activities that align with and promote the EHS mission and vision within EHS partner schools to further deep partnership work within the department.
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Bachelor’s degree in education or closely related field; experience working in an educational setting.
Position not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Consideration may be given to candidates with a master’s degree in education or closely related field; 1 year of experience teaching in P12 schools; experience providing professional development to P12 schools; experience working with teacher academies; experience teaching or administration in higher education; experience making connections between P12 schools and institutions of higher education; experience with grant writing or seeking external funding.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae. Inquiries may be addressed to Michelle Cosmah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Miami University, a student-centered public university founded in 1809, has built its success through an unwavering commitment to liberal arts undergraduate education, with complementary quality graduate programs, and the active engagement of its students in both curricular and co-curricular life. With a student body of 16,000, Miami effectively combines a wide range of strong academic programs with faculty who love to teach and the personal attention ordinarily found only at much smaller institutions. Faculty and staff are highly valued for their contributions toward the Miami experience. Employees enjoy a competitive benefits package and stable work environment as they work to support the university’s educational mission. Miami’s main campus is located in Oxford, Ohio, 35 miles northwest of Cincinnati, with regional campuses located in Hamilton and Middletown, Ohio, and a center in Luxembourg. Known as one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation, Miami, the nation's tenth oldest public university, is recognized for its striking red brick Georgian-style architecture and tree-shaded lawns. Take a Virtual Tour from our website.”