Library Assistant/Work Study Coordinator
The Thorndike Library has an opening for a well-organized, detail oriented, and personable individual to serve as a Library Assistant/Work Study Coordinator. The primary responsibility will be managing the library’s work study program (which includes 25+ students). This includes administrative tasks (scheduling, tracking hours, approving timesheets, evaluations), coordinating and/or conducting work study training, and serving as a liaison between library staff and work study students. Additional responsibilities include overseeing the library at night and on weekends and supporting various library operations and services, including patron assistance with the library’s online and print resources. This permanent position is a 9 month (Sept-May), full-time (35 hours per week) staff position, 3 nights/2 days (with one day being a Saturday) when school is in session, and Mon-Fri 8 am – 4pm during term breaks.
A Bachelor’s degree or Associate Library degree is required. Prior experience scheduling, teaching and/or working in a library is preferred. Competency with computers, especially word processing and spreadsheets, is required. Familiarity with social networking, graphic design and/or web design/development is a plus. The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal and communication skills, will work well in a dynamic and energetic environment, and will have a commitment to the mission of College of the Atlantic.
Applications will be accepted electronically only. Please send a cover letter, resume and three references to Jane Hultberg, Thorndike Library Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin November 28th and continue until the position is filled.
Sustainable Business Program Manager
Type: Part-time employee, average of 25 hours per week, 39 weeks a year
College of the Atlantic’s interdisciplinary Sustainable Business Program is seeking a program manager. The program manager will work closely with Professor Jay Friedlander, the Sharpe-McNally Chair of Green and Sustainable Business, and coordinate the activities of the program including: external projects, events, collaborations with other institutions and local businesses, guest speakers as well as maintaining and updating the program website, assisting with research and publications and advising students.
Major tasks of the Program Manager include:
· Assisting with researching and editing articles.
· Assisting in advising students and overseeing COA’s on-campus new venture incubator.
· Updating printed, presentation and web materials.
· Scheduling and facilitating the integration of adjunct instructors, collaborating businesses, and guest speakers into the academic program during the academic year.
· Scheduling work-study students who act as teaching assistants/tutors.
· Performing administrative duties, including travel arrangements for internal and external staff.
· Coordinating placement of students in business internships with Career Services.
· Managing communications between the Program businesses and institutions and developing/maintaining a database on these resources.
· Identify and coordinate access to government, accounting, and legal services for Hatchery residents.
· Track budgets associated with the Sustainable Business Program.
BS/BA or MS degree.
Prior experience (2-4 years) in administration or program management.
Excellent verbal, written and visual communication skills.
High comfort level with fluidity, ambiguity, and working with diverse students and professionals.
Excellent organizational skills.
Skilled in the use of MS Office Suite, Illustrator and able to learn new programs as necessary.
A strong interest or experience in business and start-ups.
Send a cover letter, resume and three references to: email@example.com. Electronic applications only.
College of the Atlantic is seeking a person with outstanding cooking skills, to cook in an award-winning college kitchen. Emphasis on creative, healthy, scratch cooking. Must work well in a congenial atmosphere. A knowledge of vegetarian and vegan cooking and at least 2 years cooking and baking experience in a professional setting required.
Hours of this position are 6 AM through lunch service. Must have flexibility to work with catering and special events. 11-month position per year; benefits. Send resume with references to Lise Desrochers, Cook Search Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Electronic applications only, please. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
The College of the Atlantic (COA) seeks a full-time faculty member in Computer Science. The anticipated start date is August, 2017. The successful candidate will be the first faculty member in computer science at COA. The faculty member will offer a range of classes to help students gain basic to advanced programming skills, while introducing students to the central questions of computer science and exposing them to the styles of thought and habits of mind associated with computer scientists. The faculty member is expected to help students make connections between computer science and other areas of the curriculum, including art and design and the humanities, as well as the natural and social sciences.
In addition to introductory and intermediate programming classes, we are interested in a candidate who can offer engaging and challenging courses that explore the intersections of computer science and computing with different aspects of the human experience and academic and creative areas. Examples of such classes might include some of the following: cryptography and computer security, information visualization, human-computer interaction, machine learning and artificial intelligence, generative art, digital humanities, agent-based modeling, data mining, and micro-controller programming (e.g, Arduino and Raspberry Pi devices).
The successful candidate must have the ability and interest in teaching some courses in mathematics or related areas. These might not be math classes per se, but it is essential that this faculty member’s classes connect strongly with the existing mathematics curriculum and offer courses that meet the college’s quantitative reasoning requirement. It is essential that the faculty member has a background in computing and programming and be enthusiastic about and focused on developing creative ways to teach computer science to students with a wide range of backgrounds and goals. The faculty member should have a Ph.D. in computer science, engineering, computational science, applied mathematics, physics, or a related area and demonstrated potential for excellent and innovative teaching.
Interested candidates should submit a CV, a cover letter addressing interest in and qualifications for the position, and a brief statement of teaching that includes a discussion of the roles of computer science in an interdisciplinary curriculum. The CV should include contact information for three professional references; please do not have references send letters. For full consideration, please submit all application materials as a single pdf file to email@example.com by December 1, 2016.
College of the Atlantic seeks a full-time faculty member in Cultural Anthropology to teach a wide range of classes in anthropology. Courses are especially needed in ethnography, research design and methods. Candidates should be able demonstrate the ability to teach courses that incorporate historical and contemporary social theory and address the politics of difference, including race, sexuality, gender, and class, using interdisciplinary frameworks informed by feminist theory, postcolonial studies and queer theory. The area of geographic specialization is open, although we are particularly interested in a candidate with a teaching background and research expertise in Africa or Asia. The faculty seek a colleague who will help undergraduates understand and learn from the diversity of human cultures. The candidate must demonstrate an ability to simultaneously engage students at different levels and varying academic interests and motivations. The successful candidate will have a track record of teaching excellence, ethnographic fieldwork experience, and the ability to train students in ethnography among other research methods.
Ph.D. in Anthropology or related field required. The candidate should be broadly trained and have an interdisciplinary background or intellectual interests that require an understanding of multiple fields of study. The committee will seek evidence that the candidate has the ability to help students plan, conceptualize, and carry out independent research projects; challenge and inspire students to understand and use methodological and theoretical insights in sophisticated, creative, and practical ways. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the College’s ethical research review process. Position begins at the start of the 2017-2018 academic year.
We encourage applicants with interests across the sciences, arts, and humanities who are comfortable working collaboratively – with colleagues from different disciplinary traditions within the broad-based transdisciplinary curriculum of the College. Advising and mentoring students, directing senior projects, supervising independent studies, and contributing to college governance and service are part of the responsibilities of faculty membership.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter that speaks to their unique qualifications for the position, curriculum vitae that includes contact information for three references, a statement of teaching philosophy, and three proposed course descriptions in a single PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 15, 2016. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Full-time faculty appointments are unranked and salaries are calculated according to earned degrees and years of relevant experience.
College of the Atlantic is committed to academic excellence, cultural diversity, and multicultural education. COA is an AA/EEO employer. Applications are especially encouraged from persons who could enhance the ethnic, gender, and cultural diversity of the College.