Pat Rogers, who is Academic Director of the Centre for Support of
Teaching at York University, just posted this notice to the STLHE list,
and I thought there might be someone on CASLL who'd be interested, or
who might know someone who was.


I have recently been appointed Academic Director of the Centre for
of Teaching at York University and I'm looking for a colleague to work
with me as the Associate Director -- the official ad is posted below
is directed at Canadian residents).  The ad is being posted internally
York and externally at the same time -- we have obtained permission to

Please pass this on to anyone you think might be interested.  If you'd
like more information, please feel free to contact me directly by email
([log in to unmask]).


POSTING  NUMBER: (will let you know)


        York is Canada's third largest university, with some 44,000
full and part-time students in our ten faculties.

        Your mandate will entail administering the Centre for Support
of Teaching (CST), a unit that provides a broad range of services in
the area of higher education teaching and learning.  Reporting to the
Academic Director and working collaboratively with instructors and
administrative staff at different levels, you will research, design
and co-ordinate programs to support pedagogical development for the
York community and remain current on literature, activities and global
developments in the area of teaching and learning at the postsecondary

        A university graduate, preferably at the post-graduate level,
you bring to this challenging role experience in academic
administration.  Knowledgeable about academic and administrative
decision-making processes, you are proficient at organizing,
communicating, presenting and report writing/analysing, and possess
skills in initiating, developing, implementing and monitoring complex,
sensitive projects.  Team-oriented, your demonstrated flexibility and
tact are highlighted by the ability to work productively in a
rapidly-changing, high-pressure environment, under minimal
supervision.  You are skilled in word-processing, spreadsheets,
communications software, and preferably also in budgetary planning,
statistics packages, database software and web page
design/maintenance.  A successful teaching record, ideally at the
post-secondary level, would be an asset.

        Please send your resume, by August 5, 1998 to:  Susan Sherman,
Human Resources, 4700  Keele Street,
Toronto, Ontario, M3J 1P3.
Fax (416) 736-5703


                                  --  Russ
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