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Program Coordinator & Instructional Assistant Professor

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    Urban and Regional Planning Department, University of Florida

  • Location:

    Gainesville, FL

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  • Opportunity Description




    The Program Coordinator is responsible for academic administration and strategic development of the Programs, including but not limited to program administration, curriculum supervision, student recruitment and retention, marketing and promotion, and managing strategic initiatives. The Program Coordinator reports directly to the Chair of the Department.

    The Department seeks a dynamic and diligent leader who is committed to high-quality education and research, who will foster growth and productivity through administrative skills and leadership consistent with the core values of the Department, and who will contribute to the teaching, scholarship, and outreach of both the Programs and the Department. This is a 12-month, non-tenure accruing faculty position on the Instructional Professor track.




    Ph.D. degree or equivalent in programs relevant to Urban Analytics, including but not limited to, Urban and Regional Planning, Geography, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Urban Studies, Economics, Environmental Studies, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Business Administration, and so on.




    Candidates should submit application material electronically at job ID number is 529861. As candidates complete the standard online application, the following items should be uploaded:

    • Letter of interest, inclusive of the applicant’s…
      • Administrative experience, including experience in online education.
      • Teaching philosophy and pedagogies, a list of courses of interest in teaching, a list of courses taught including evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., teaching evaluations), and instructional trainings and certifications received.
      • Academic leadership, professional experience, and community service in relation to future academic goals.
      • Past and future contributions to our understanding of the complex issues in the academy, the profession, and communities.
    • Curriculum vitae
    • List of references, including affiliations, phone numbers, and email addresses
      • Shortlisted candidates will be required to submit three letters of reference. Submittal instructions will be provided upon notification of shortlisted candidates.

    Application review will begin on February 5, 2024 and the position will be open until filled.

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