University of New Mexico College of University Libraries and Learning Sciences
Organization, Information, and Learning Sciences Program
Assistant/Associate Professor, Organizational Learning, Undergraduate Program Coordinator
The College of University Libraries & Learning Sciences (UL&LS) has a faculty opening in the Organization, Information, and Learning Sciences program. This position is a 9-month tenured/tenure-track faculty appointment. The faculty rank and tenure status are negotiable based on qualifications and experience, with an anticipated start date of August 10, 2015. The annual salary is negotiable based on qualifications and includes full benefits.
The Organization, Information, and Learning Sciences (OI&LS) overarching strategic priority is to graduate students with interdisciplinary knowledge and innovative skills. OI&LS graduates will work in organizations where they are responsible for learning design and training, organizational development, instructional technology, and program evaluation.
The OI&LS program serves adult learners and working professionals with classes offered in the late afternoon and online. The program is currently expanding and creating new collaborative relationships within the College, across the campus, and within the community, while building faculty capacity to develop curriculum that is visionary and unique among our peer institutions, attractive to students, and will serve their academic and professional needs far into the future.
The newly hired faculty member will join the Organization, Information, and Learning Sciences (OI&LS) program. Responsibilities include: maintaining an active program of research, publishing and seeking external funding; teaching primarily undergraduate courses and some graduate courses in the areas of organizational learning, organizational development, instructional technology, adult learning, and evaluation; administering and coordinating the 2+2 undergraduate program; developing curriculum; advising primarily undergraduate students and some graduate students; marketing the undergraduate program throughout the state of New Mexico by working with two-year colleges to develop articulation agreements; and serving the college, university, profession and community. The teaching workload is negotiable based upon the administrative 2+2 undergraduate coordination workload.