Good Morning Everyone!
I have an exciting list of openings in Instructional Design and EdTech. For instance the NYC Department of Education is looking for a Senior Project Manager and School Quality Director. While the New Visions for Public Schools is seeking a Data Visualization Specialist. Meanwhile, CUNY is searching for a new director for their E-Learning Center department in New York. Also SUNY Albany is seeking for a Case Manager for their Research Foundation. Another Higher Ed opportunity is at NYU. NYU's Tandon Center is seeking a Project Manager for their Center for K12 STEM Education team. On the other hand, Alt School, is looking for a New York 2017-2018 New York City Educator at their Innovative Lab School.
Another great position is at the Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE). The Leadership for Educational Equity is seeking a Periodic Assessment Design Manager. Furthermore the College Board is seeking a new director for their Instructional & PD Resource Development-Asian Languages. Finally, the New York Institute of Technology is seeking for a Librarian I - Instruction & Technology.
1. NYC Department of Education -New York, NY
Job Title: School Quality Director
The Quality Review (QR) is a process that evaluates how well schools are organized to support student learning and teacher practice. It was developed to assist New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) schools in raising student achievement by looking behind a school’s performance statistics to ensure that the school sis engaged in effective methods of accelerating student learning. The QR is a two-day school visit during which reviewers talk with parents, students, teachers, and school leaders, visit classrooms, and use the Quality Review Rubric to evaluate how well the school is organized to support student achievement.
After the school visit, the school receives a Quality Review Report that is also published on its NYCDOE webpage. The Quality Review Report rates 10 indicators of the Quality Review Rubric and includes narrative information on six indicators. The report provides the school community with evidence-based information about the school's development and serves as a source of feedback for school leaders to improve the school's support for students.
Directors of School Quality will be responsible for conducting Quality Reviews, as well as leading the design and facilitation of professional learning for school leaders. Directors are expected to be masters of utilizing the QR Rubric in order to fairly and equitably assess and evaluate school practices. Performs related work.
2. College Board - New York, NY
Job Title: Instructional & Pd Resource Development- Asian Languages Director
The College Board, the national educational organization, is conducting a search for a Director, Instructional & PD Resource Development - Asian Languages for the Advanced Placement (AP®) Program.
The ideal candidate has a background in Chinese and Japanese as well as teaching AP courses and/or the related introductory course at a college or university as well as developing and designing instructional resources for teachers.
The successful candidate will design, develop instructional and professional development materials and resources for AP courses based research-based strategies and ensure pedagogical alignment and editorial style consistency throughout AP program content.
Manage and create content, instructional design, and overall development of professional development and instructional resources for AP teachers. Direct and develop content, work with staff as appropriate to manage writers, editors, consultants, expert reviewers, external partners in the creation and review of content for instructional resources and professional development opportunities, including on-line resources
Responsible for ensuring pedagogical alignment and editorial style consistency throughout the resources and products.
3. Alt School - New York, NY
Job Title: Product 2017-2018 New York City Educator at Innovative Lab School
The Education team is at the forefront of pioneering the AltSchool model. Our educators are the experts in our students’ learning, and they direct the personalization of what, where, when, and how they learn. AltSchool educators customize their own classroom’s curriculum, emphasizing both academic rigor and social emotional learning. Educators are also part of a network of professionals who provide regular support, feedback, and opportunities for collaboration. Building a 21st century Education team translates to the opportunity for year-round work, flexible time-off and modern technology to enhance and empower teaching and learning. We also rely on our educators’ critical input on the direction and development of AltSchool’s proprietary technology products.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Lead a mixed-age and ability class along with your teaching team members:
- Collect and use data to collaboratively identify goals, assess effectiveness, and promote organizational learning alongside colleagues
- Commit to building a community of child-centered educators by mentoring other educators and making regular contributions to the network, including sharing materials, best practices, research findings, etc.
- Build and maintain positive, transparent partnerships with the school’s families by engaging with the community through frequent and rich communication
- Collaborate with researchers, designers, technologists, and other educators to devise, participate in, and provide feedback on pilot experiments related to class design, pedagogical approach, scheduling, classroom tools and more
- Collaborate with our Personalization Leads to support all learners
- Prompt and regular attendance on all school and work days
4. New York University - New York, NY
Job Title: Center for K12 STEM Education, Project Manager
5. New York Institute of Technology - New York, NY
Job Title: Librarian I - Instruction & Technology
ommitted to educating the next generation of leaders and to inspiring innovation and advancing entrepreneurship, NYIT enrolls approximately 10,000 students on campuses in North America, China and the Middle East. As a forward-thinking institution NYIT has pioneered educational practices to serve student needs since 1955. NYIT offers 90 undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees in 50 fields of study and is home to students from more than 100 countries and from 50 states. Its seven schools and colleges include: School of Architecture and Design; College of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering and Computing Sciences; School of Health Professions; School of Management; College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the newly formed School of Interdisciplinary Studies and Education. NYIT sponsors 12 NCAA Division II athletic programs and one Division I team.
6. Leadership for Educational Equity(LEE) - New York, NY
Job Title: Periodic Assessment Design Manager
The Talent, Learning, Culture (TLC) team drives and sustains the impact of LEE as an employer of choice through acquiring, engaging, and developing high quality, high potential, future-oriented, diverse talent. This team is responsible for talent recruitment, selection and onboarding, staff performance management, and professional development, as well as building an organization-wide culture based on our core values, talent and mission.
The Director, Talent Development and Inclusion (Instructional Design) reports to the Senior Director, Talent Development and Inclusion. The Director, TDI partners closely with our Leadership Development and Design team (member engagement); Talent Strategy and Engagement team (performance management and staff engagement); and across the Talent, Learning, Culture team to work on a range of talent-related learning and development initiatives aimed at driving and fostering a high-performing, diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture. Specifically, this director will be responsible for ensuring consistent and coherent instructional design across all staff-facing learning and development offerings at LEE. The successful candidate approaches their work through a diversity and inclusion lens and works across the LEE enterprise to support and improve on-boarding, performance management, and professional development.
The successful candidate seeks to embody LEE’s core values (Leadership, Collective Action, Meaningful Impact, All Voices, Continuous Learning, and Member driven) with a deep belief in LEE’s principles of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
7.State University of New York at Albany Research Foundation - New York, NY
Job Title: Case Manager
This position is being offered through the University Center for Academic and Workforce Development (UCAWD) and the Lab Technology Coordinator will be working at the Gay Men's Health Crisis, Inc. ATTAIN Lab in New York, New York. ATTAIN (Advanced Technology Training And Information Networking) is a Statewide technology initiative funded by New York State to provide urban and rural communities access to state-of-the-art technology. Through innovative technologies, ATTAIN provides underserved and underprepared community residents the opportunity to access academic, vocational, life skills and workplace readiness training, in coordination with local community-based host institutions. Each ATTAIN lab is a certified Microsoft IT Academy.
Your Responsibilities will include:
- nroll and update participants in the ATTAIN databases.
- Assess participant's educational background, employment history and create an employment plan.
- Provide ongoing case management and counseling to assigned participants as well as maintaining client case files and detailed case notes.
- Develop & maintain partnerships internal and external to provide participants with a continuum of supportive pre-employment and post-employment programs and services.
- Conduct follow-up with internal and external partners providing programs and services to assigned participants to ensure participant needs and goals are met.
- Refer participants to appropriate community programs and services not provided by ATTAIN as needed.
8. New York Department of Education - New York, NY
Job Title: Senior Project Manager - Project Management Office (PMO)
The Senior Project Manager – Project Management Office (PMO) will oversee the planning, organizing, development, and implementation of Division of Instructional and Information Technology (DIIT) managed initiatives related to management information processing systems, programs, and projects. This position works with the Chief Technology Officer’s (CTO) office to ensure adherence to governance guidelines, as well as overseeing and prioritizing the delivery and implementation of IT initiatives. The Senior Project Manager will be accountable for IT projects involving multifunctional local and regional teams and will be responsible for defining project scope and project requirements, building business cases, and overseeing and prioritizing the delivery and implementation of technology solutions. Performs related work.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Directs and oversees the Project Management Life Cycle (PMLC), which encompasses the planning, organizing, and managing of resources required for the successful completion of specific projects goals and objectives. This includes developing detailed project plans, establishing milestones, defining the resources required, and coordinating all project activities with business owners/stakeholders and technical teams.
- Evaluates the scope and complexity of Management Information Systems (MIS) projects and programs, and implements the necessary resources to ensure adherence to policies and procedures. Conducts scoping sessions and assists in the creation of work and proposal statements. This may include providing technical approaches, tasks, deliverables, work estimates, assumptions, and dependencies.
- Oversees the development and review of estimates and estimating assumptions for the project’s schedule, which includes conducting complex research and analysis to determine the effort it will take to achieve a desired result and the cost to produce it using established estimating models and best practices.
- Makes recommendations to senior-level management on procedures aimed at improving and streamlining processes and establishing best practices.
- Develops and monitors schedules to ensure that projects are completed within established deadlines. Leads progress meetings, tracks and maintains detailed issues and risks lists, and prepares appropriate status reports. Meets regularly with other related areas to ensure that integration issues are identified and resolved.
- Provides complex technical IT support for identifying project risks and mitigation strategies and communicates project level status, risks, and issues to stakeholders.
- Interfaces with all levels of business and technical management staff and project teams to facilitate problem resolution and the resolution of competing priorities. Monitors and manages team progress to ensure that project objectives are met.
- Manages changes to the project requirements through a formally defined scope change process.
- Defines team member roles and expectations and ensure that teams receive the necessary training and project resources to achieve projected goals.
- Performs day-to-day management of projects, including requirements gathering and design.
- Develops business cases and technology sections of RFIs and RFPs, and performs discovery and feasibility studies on new projects under evaluation.
9. City University New York- New York, NY
Job Title: E-Learning Center in New York Director
The Director of E-Learning is responsible for providing leadership in the implementation of teaching/learning technologies to support the College’s priorities. As Director, the successful candidate will provide leadership to faculty and administrators about all aspects of online program development and course design, including the innovative use of technology in instruction, faculty development, and the growth of online programs. The Director will demonstrate a deep understanding of learning theories and online pedagogies and their relationship to program development.
Reporting to the Associate Dean of Faculty in the Office of Academic Affairs, the Director will collaborate with faculty and administrators on planning for BMCC E-Learning courses and programs based on established best practices; oversee the work of the instructional design and Blackboard teams; and manage the development and assessment of online programs and courses in consultation with faculty, program directors, department chairs and deans.
Your Job Duties will include:
- Serve as a resource for the department chairs, faculty and program directors to improve the quality of current online offerings according to best-established practices.
- Further develop and implement a strategic plan, in consultation with the Associate Dean, which centers on the expansion of online learning, student success, and faculty development.
- Collaborate with the chairs and faculty to improve curriculum, instruction and learning with instructional technology.
- Collaborate with faculty to develop online program and course formats to provide students with seamless and user-friendly online learning environments that facilitate student learning.
- Develop and manage the E-Learning budget.Work with faculty and administrators on assessment to ensure the quality of online learning.
- Supervise the instructional designers, student technical support and the Blackboard Support team.
10. New Visions for Public Schools - New York, NY
Job Title:Data visualization Specialist
The Data Visualization Specialist plays a key role in ensuring that stakeholders within the New Visions network of district and charter schools have access to the right data to support critical decisions at key points of the school year. The Specialist designs and manages the ecosystem of data dashboards and other data tools for internal and external audiences; contributes to key technical and data infrastructure to ensure accurate data and secure access; and supports internal and external capacity building efforts around the use of data systems and tools. The Specialist works collaboratively with staff across all departments to ensure that New Visions’ data tools are responsive to needs and priorities across the organization and within New Visions’ network of schools by collecting ongoing feedback, seeking out opportunities to align work across the organization to leverage impact, and providing support for staff internally and externally in using data tools to inform decisions.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Create and maintain ecosystem of data dashboards to facilitate understanding of student performance and to monitor key organizational initiatives.
- Create, maintain, and iteratively refine suite of comparative, exploratory data visualizations to help key stakeholders to understand and explore data.
- Create and maintain documentation of data visualization tools.
- Support the technical infrastructure to create and maintain a reliable connection between the New Visions data warehouse, automated overnight processing, and Tableau Server.Create and implement systems for assuring data quality and accuracy.