OU Innovative Graduate Education Program Seeking a Postdoctoral -Teaching-Fellow

Job Title: Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow
The teaching fellow will actively collaborate on the development and implementation of an NSF-funded National Research Traineeship program (http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1545261).

Duties and Responsibilities: A core of the NRT program is a graduate certificate in Earth Observation Science for Society and Sustainability (EOS3). This interdisciplinary effort is aimed at providing a broad diversity of graduate students with skills in communication, leadership, team science and big data analytics. The faculty training team spans departments of Biology, Meteorology, Geography and Environmental Sustainability, Anthropology, Computer Science and Communication at OU and also integrates with the University of Delaware and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where the EOS3 certificate program will be offered in coming years.

Minimum Qualifications: The successful candidate must have an earned doctorate that afforded expertise in graduate education or innovative approaches to interdisciplinary learning across STEM disciplines. We prefer candidates with formal training in education and/or a social science discipline but candidates with a Ph.D. in the natural and physical sciences who have demonstrated experience in education and/or interdisciplinary team science are also encouraged to apply.    

Special Instructions to Applicants: Applicants should apply at www.jobs.ou.edu Requisition No. #24606. Materials required will consist of a cover letter describing interest in the position and experience with interdisciplinary education programs, a curriculum vita, and contact information of three professional references. Please direct questions to Jeff Kelly (jkelly@ou.edu). The University of Oklahoma is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Review of applications will begin the 1st of March. Start date is negotiable but no later than August 1st is preferred.