Work at CNDLS


Thanks for your interest in working with us! We currently have the following positions open at CNDLS:

Project Coordinator

CNDLS seeks to fill a full-time Project Coordinator position to support faculty programs and technology-enhanced learning (TEL) initiatives in the center.

The Project Coordinator, under the direction of senior project personnel, is responsible for organizing and facilitating project teams, coordinating team priorities and resources, project planning, implementation, budget tracking, project communications and documentation. S/he also helps to organize and facilitate major CNDLS events on teaching and learning such as the Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute, and academic conferences. In addition, the Project Coordinator participates in the collection and organization of data to be used in CNDLS assessment and research projects. The Project Coordinator participates in the academic activities of CNDLS and the university - for example, by sitting on a CNDLS or university committee, writing about and presenting on the work of CNDLS programs, and/or contributing to grant writing and reporting activities associated with projects. The Project Coordinator has duties that include but are not limited to:

• Coordinates, manages and tracks the different elements of multiple faculty programs at CNDLS – to include program administration, research and planning support, scheduling and coordination of internal and external teams, organizing project workflows, cycles and processes, and program assessment.

• Performs daily email correspondence with faculty to schedule meetings, answer program-related questions, and coordinate paperwork.

• Works with project teams, business managers, and graduate students to develop and ensure workflows for smooth operation of multiple ongoing projects.

• Performs conscientious record keeping, tracking, and reporting on budgets, data management, stipends, and payments made as part of faculty programs.

• Supports communications and web presence for faculty programs (e.g., drafting, circulating and finalizing language for website, email communications) in close cooperation with CNDLS Communications team.

• Supports student focus groups, interviews, online surveys, and data analysis.

• Performs responsibilities with a high degree of professionalism and navigates between team-oriented collaboration and independent work.

To view requirements and qualifications and apply for this position, visit the job posting on the Georgetown employment website.

Web Developer

CNDLS is looking for a creative and enterprising web developer who is passionate about helping faculty, staff and students solve problems by applying good design and development practices. As part of its mission, CNDLS develops cutting edge websites and web applications to support innovative teaching and learning at Georgetown.

The Web Developer position is perfect for candidates who would like to work in a dynamic higher education environment, are interested in experimental design, and who want to gain exposure to a wide variety of projects—from developing unique learning tools and educational technologies to developing interactive websites for events and courses to developing web applications that could be used by thousands of users across the globe. If you’re passionate about education, and are someone who is always looking to learn more, to pick up new skills, and to apply them in a groundbreaking educational environment, this is the position for you. CNDLS is a highly collaborative organization, and you would be able to partner creatively and strategically with a team that is passionate about design, innovation, experimentation, and supporting the teaching, learning, and social justice mission of the University.

To view requirements and qualifications and apply for this position, visit the job posting on the Georgetown employment website.