|Position ID:||UO-Chemistry-GILP [#690]|
|Position Title:||Coordinator, Green Innovation and Learning Programs|
|Position Location:||Eugene, Oregon 97403, United States [map]|
|Appl Deadline:||2011/07/01 finished (posted 2011/03/30, listed until 2011/07/01)|
Coordinator, Green Innovation and Learning Programs
Tenure status and Rank: NTTF Instructor
This Coordinator will develop, coordinate, implement and evaluate curricular and outreach programs of the Green Chemistry Innovation and Learning Center and the Green Product Design Network, collectively referred to as the Green Innovation and Learning Programs. The mission of the Green Chemistry Innovation and Learning Center is to advance research and education practices and infuse green chemistry into the discipline, across related disciplines, into the professions and through K-12 education. The Green Product Design Network aims to accelerate the introduction of green products into the market through an integrative approach involving chemistry, product design, sustainable business practices, green marketing and communications and related disciplines.
Essential functionsCurriculum development
The coordinator will work with university faculty, staff and students to:
The coordinator will oversee and coordinate collaborative projects between the programs and on- and off-campus partners:
The coordinator will administer the programs and collaborate with their leadership teams, faculty and staff to:
The coordinator will work with the programsâ€™ leadership teams to pursue grant and other funding for ongoing curriculum building and outreach programs. This includes proposal development, proposal preparation and reporting activities.
The University of Oregon is a world-class public teaching and research university of 23,000 students located in Eugene, UO is the flagship institution of the Oregon University System and one of only two AAU universities in the Greater Northwest.
Qualified candidates who promote and enhance our commitment to diversity are particularly encouraged to apply. Your on-line application must include a cover letter, describing your interests and highlighting your suitability for this position, and a resume. Applicants should arrange to have three letters of recommendation uploaded at the same site.
For additional information contact Julie Haack at (541) 346-4604 or email@example.com. Review of applications will begin May 1, 2011 and the position will remain open until filled.
The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the American with Disabilities Act.