Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of RESPECT 2021: IEEE STCBP Conference for Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology
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Distinguished Visiting Professor of Computer Science
Mills College Mills College in Oakland, California, is recruiting for a one-year part-time distinguished visiting professorship in computer science meant for people who have been successful in industry and would like to share their skills. We are particularly interested in candidates who share our social justice mission.
Professional Learning Manager
Computer Science Teachers Association The Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) is a membership organization that supports and promotes the teaching of computer science, providing opportunities for K–12 teachers and their students to better understand computer science and to more successfully prepare themselves to teach and learn. CSTA is looking for an experienced Professional Learning Manager who will develop, promote, sustain, and scale programs that support the ongoing professional development (PD) of teachers and ultimately improve the quality of teaching and learning of K-12 computer science.
Visiting Instructor or Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Bryn Mawr College The Department of Computer Science at Bryn Mawr College invites applications for a full-time, one-year position in Computer Science starting August 2021. An advanced degree (completed Ph.D. preferred, but ABD or Master’s considered) in Computer Science or a closely related field is required.
The successful candidate will teach courses at all levels of the undergraduate program in Computer Science, from introductory courses through core, systems, theory, and advanced topics in their areas of research/interest. Along with scholarly interests, the ideal candidate will have evidence of interest and expertise in Computer Science pedagogy and prior relevant teaching experience.
The Movement Cooperative We know movement organizing and advocacy are more urgent than ever and many organizations and activists cannot easily access the tools to scale their work.
Launched in 2018, The Movement Cooperative (TMC) is a nonprofit founded with the aim of creating a cooperative community addressing these structural challenges. Currently, our membership stands at more than 50 national member organizations and 500 state-based organizations covered under our licenses. We leverage the collective purchasing power of our membership to secure cooperatively held data and technology licenses shared across membership and invest in common infrastructure like technical staff to support our members in their work. TMC is a member cooperative -- our board is elected by and made up of our member organizations.
We are seeking a proactive, creative leader who can independently execute large projects or serve as sole expert in their area with limited day-to-day direction. Work assignments and problems are mostly non-routine, requiring significant application of independent judgment and analytical thinking or technical skill. May independently supervise staff, contractors, or volunteers.
Postdoctoral Researcher and Developer (coming soon)
North Carolina State University Develop and research software and curricula to support K-16 students and teachers to teach and learn science, technology, engineering, math, and computer science. This person will be required to interweave interpersonal relationships with teachers, other institutions, State and Federal Agencies, and NC State faculty and take an active role in the Center for Educational Informatics. This person will direct projects, develop software, administer assessments and evaluation, collect, analyze, and present data, develop curricular materials and software, and supervise graduate and undergraduate students. Prior experience with modification of preexisting research code is required. ** Position will be posted this summer.
PhD student in computing education research
Uppsala University (You're welcome to ask Virginia Grande at the conference. She's also a PhD student in this group and can tell you about salary in her case, etc.).
Requirements: The applicant must have a master's degree, a master's degree in engineering, a master's degree or an equivalent degree and knowledge in a subject that is relevant to the doctoral student position. You are expected to be able to teach in Swedish or English. Good knowledge of spoken and written English is also a requirement.
Additional qualifications: Teaching experience / interest in teaching is seen as meritorious.
Black Girls Code BGC is seeking remote and in person instructors for this summer with technical and classroom management skills. (I'm just sharing this announcement. I'm not affiliated.)