UVM’s Center for Teaching & Learning is hiring

This is really a golden opportunity to work with a wonderful group of people, and be involved with a wide variety of projects. From the posting at 37signals:

Assist faculty to design, maintain, and evaluate web applications for instructional purposes; facilitate faculty professional development workshops and provide general technical support as part of the Center for Teaching & Learning.

Bachelor’s degree and three to five years professional experience in related field required, or an equivalent combination. Effective organizational, project management and communication skills required. Demonstrated ability to design and build maintainable web applications and proficiency in user interface design and usability testing required. Fluency in XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL and relational databases required. Familiarity with MVC principles, Ruby on Rails, Unix/Linux environments, Apache, Flash/Actionscript, and Photoshop required.

Commitment to diversity and inclusion required.

Experience in educational setting and familiarity with instructional design principles highly desirable.

Applications can be submitted on the UVM Jobs site (go to search postings and look under Ctr for Teaching & Learning search for Job Requisition Number 032308). Once again, I’m on the hiring committee – I look forward to seeing your application!

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