|Instructional development director sought|
The University is seeking applications for the director of the Office of Instructional Development (OID). The primary responsibility is to advance the mission of OID, which is to enhance the quality of teaching and learning at the University of North Dakota. Duties include administering personnel and operating budgets of OID offices and programs and coordinating all faculty development programs such as the Alice T. Clark Mentoring Program, the Outstanding Faculty Awards Committee, and the Faculty Instructional Development Committee, etc. The director has the opportunity to develop new instructional development programming at UND. The OID director may teach as an overload and maintain scholarly activity in fields aligned with the position, as time permits. The appointment is a 10-month (Aug. 15 to June 15) faculty directorship position reporting to the vice president of academic affairs. Qualifications include an earned doctorate or terminal professional degree, excellence in university teaching, demonstrated knowledge of pedagogy issues, and an ability to work with diverse faculty, staff, students, and administrators. Desirable attributes include a strong commitment to faculty development, demonstrated expertise in written and oral communication, and demonstrated team leadership and organizational skills. Experience with the tenure and promotion process is a plus. More details can be found at the OID web site <http://www.und.edu/dept/oid/index.htm>. Submit a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, a one- to two-page vision statement for Instructional Development at UND, a reflective teaching statement, and the names of three references to: OID Search Committee, c/o Vice President for Academic Affairs, 264 Centennial Dr Stop 8176, UND. Review of applications will begin April 5, and continue until the position is filled. UND is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
-- Harmon Abrahamson, OID Search Committee chair, Chemistry, email@example.com, 7-4427