Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of NOAH Conference 2022
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Associate Professor or Professor Movement Sciences
Teachers College, Columbia University The Program in Movement Sciences and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University invites applicants with expertise in applied exercise physiology to apply for a full-time tenure-track faculty position to teach graduate courses, supervise graduate student research, and conduct a focused program of research. Located in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of New York City, Teachers College takes a multidisciplinary approach to its graduate studies of Education, Health, and Psychology. The Department of Biobehavioral Sciences encompasses programs in Movement Sciences and Kinesiology, Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Neuroscience and Education. QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates should have an earned doctorate in exercise physiology, applied integrative human physiology, kinesiology, or a closely related field. Candidates should also present evidence of successful teaching, record of external funding and productive scholarship consistent with a rank of associate or full professor. Preference will be given to candidates whose research is in applied, translational, or implementation science that extends the current areas of applied exercise physiology scholarship and the social justice mission of Teachers College. Priority for applied exercise physiology research areas include, but are not limited to, 1) Physical activity and health equity for historically underserved communities.; 2) Technology-delivered interventions; 3) Physical activity and the environment; 4) Physical activity and physical and mental health; 5) Exercise training and conditioning. Certification or eligibility for certification as an ACSM Exercise. Physiologist, ACSM Clinical Exercise Physiologist, or NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist is required.
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT
Arts for the Aging This position is ideal for someone with previous nonprofit experience interested in furthering a career in fundraising-development, grant writing, individual giving, donor relations, and administration. Priority focus is on candidates who currently operate in a fundraising management role and are seeking to take on director level responsibility, with resource support for professional development. In addition, this position requires a person who is dedicated to supporting Arts for the Aging’s culture of collaboration, compassion, and innovation, its values of community outreach, participatory engagement, and respect, and one who is dedicated to aligning programs, practices, and communications accordingly.
Arts for the Aging This position is ideal for someone with previous nonprofit experience interested in building a career in fundraising/development, grantwriting and administration, donor relations, and communications. In addition, the Coordinator must have a passion for supporting Arts for the Aging’s culture of collaboration, compassion, and innovation, its values of community outreach, participatory engagement, and respect, and one who is dedicated to aligning programs, practices, and communications accordingly.
Strategic Consultant for Social Prescription
Mass Cultural Council See link
Teaching Artist - Visual Arts
Snow City Arts SCA seeks two insightful, equity-focused Teaching Artists in the visual arts who are committed to cultivating spaces for student-centered learning that privilege the abilities of all young people. Teaching Artists are responsible for developing and delivering SCA’s rigorous project-based curriculum both virtually and in-person, recording and assessing student learning outcomes, and contributing to regular professional learning activities. Teaching Artists report to the Program Director and are members of the SCA staff on payroll, with guaranteed hours and other such benefits.
Manager, Arts and Wellness
The Creative Center The Creative Center at University Settlement offers the world of art in a supportive community to people living with cancer and other chronic illnesses, and to older adults across the aging spectrum. The aim of the program is to improve the quality of participants’ lives through the discovery of their own creative resources and to build community among those living with illness or the new opportunities that come with healthy aging.
This role would oversee our breadth of programming: Hospital Artists-In-Residence Program, Art workshop Program, Creative Aging initiatives, and Training Institute for Artists and Administrators in Arts-In-Healthcare; Provide leadership of all staff and administrative functions; Manage organization and technical aspects of remote/virtual learning; Coordinate workshop programs including recruitment of instructors, development of calendars, coordination of classes and supply purchasing; Develop and produce marketing materials as needed; Manage program specific social media; Oversee annual fundraising event planning; General office and administrative duties including data collection and reporting, record-keeping, phone duties, maintenance of mailing lists, preparation of payment requests; Work with University Settlement Development Department; Develop positive and supportive relationships with participants, instructors, artists, donors, funders