The Heavener School of Business seeks a reliable and dedicated full-time employee to develop, support, and manage operation of the Heavener Leaders Sequence Program, a series of applied career and leadership courses (Warrington Welcome, Heavener Career Accelerator, Heavener Leadership Launch, and the Heavener Internship). This person will work with a variety of stakeholders to design curriculum, ensure quality and consistency across multiple-sections of each course, develop and implement an assessment system, provide support resources to support teaching and learning in the courses, and map and manage the connectivity between the learning outcomes in these three courses. Additionally, this person will be responsible for the recruitment, selection, training, and supervision of undergraduate teaching partners (“Peer Leaders”, “Coaches”, and/or “Teaching Assistants”) for any of the courses for which these roles are relevant.
Details of the role are as follows:
Curriculum Development, Coordination, Support, and Assessment:
Warrington Welcome, Heavener Career Accelerator, and Heavener Leadership Launch
Responsible for the design and development of the curriculum for the Heavener Leaders Sequence Program, a four-part course sequence consisting of Warrington Welcome, Heavener Career Accelerator, Heavener Leadership Launch, and Heavener Internship. This person will lead a curricular review of the three courses and spearhead the intentional design of these courses to mold them into the Heavener Leaders Sequence Program with an integrated curriculum, strategic learning objectives, and complimentary levels of knowledge development. Ensure alignment with Business Career Services and integration with experiential learning supplements such as the Suitable project.
Manage the Heavener Leaders Sequence Program, inclusive of, but not limited to: coordinating faculty instructors, oversee assessment of each course as well as the overall program, ensure quality and consistency across multiple-sections of each course, provision of support resources to support teaching and learning in the courses, manage shared materials and collateral, lead marketing efforts, and ensure connectivity with experiential learning initiatives such as Suitable.
Design and support innovations in the curriculum and collaboration across faculty instructors for all of the courses in the Heavener Leaders Sequence Program.
Program Management (Warrington Welcome Peer Leaders)
Support the Heavener Leaders Sequence Program through the recruitment, selection, training, supervision, and evaluation of undergraduate teaching partners (“Peer Leaders”, “Coaches”, and/or “Teaching Assistants”) for any of the three courses for which these roles are relevant.
Develop curriculum and training for the Warrington Welcome Peer Leader training course (and other programs as needed).
Assess program learning outcomes and provide leadership coaching and career advice to student leader participants.
Perform strategic planning and analysis of the effectiveness of each student leadership program.
Advising student leaders
Program meetings, events and preparation
Administrative duties related to programs
Heavener Internship Program Management
Support the goal of engaging Heavener students in experiential learning through the management and coordination of the internship course and program.
Management and processing of applications, enrolling students into the course, coordinating outreach to students enrolled in the course, serving as the key liaison to students with inquiries about the internship registration process or the course requirements, and responding to inquiries related to enrollment in GEB4941 before, during, and after the internship.
Development and maintenance of the course curriculum and all relevant materials (e.g., assignments, grading rubrics), alignment to other courses in the Heavener Leaders Sequence Program, coordination of the graders (i.e., assign students to graders, communicate deadlines and relevant information to graders), and oversight/responsibility for grade submission for all sections of the GEB4941 course.
Development and maintenance of the GEB4941 Canvas website.
Tracking internship data on a termly and historical record, coordinating data dissemination to relevant parties within the WCB (in conjunction with the Associate Director of the Heavener School), and coordination of data storage in a way that promotes easy access to analyze internship trends.
Complete other technical and/or administrative tasks as determined by supervisor and/or Associate Dean.
Bachelor's degree and three years of relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Knowledge and experience in curriculum design and evaluation
Organized and detail-oriented
Knowledge or practical experience with planning and tracking tasks
Internal Number: 516068
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