Work at CNDLS

 

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

Assistant Director of Diversity Education, Student Affairs, CNDLS Diversity & Inclusion Specialist, and Director of A Different Dialogue, Center for Multicultural Equity & Access - Division of Student Affairs

The Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS) at Georgetown University seeks an Assistant Director of Diversity Education, Student Affairs, CNDLS Diversity & Inclusion Specialist, and Director of A Different Dialogue to provide diversity and inclusion expertise for the Georgetown community through CNDLS and within the Center for Multicultural Equity and Access (CMEA) for students, staff, and faculty, to enhance their learning about diversity and to promote inclusion at Georgetown University. The responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Connects diversity inclusion work across and among Student Affairs and Academic Affairs.

• Serves as a lead and point of contact for students, staff, and faculty involved in an intergroup dialogue program (A Different Dialogue), and for other curricular and pedagogical innovation projects related to diversity and inclusion.

• Works closely with other members (CMEA, CNDLS and others) on specific project teams to build university capacity around diversity education, support curricular experimentation, lead project-related events, develop and implement project activities, and contribute to project-related writing projects and broader communications.

• Designs and teaches workshops for faculty, staff, graduate students and/or undergraduate students related to diversity education, dialogue, and inclusion on campus.

• Facilitates student leader and student identity development training within CMEA focusing on outcomes related leadership, and education.

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

Web Designer — Full Time Professional Position

Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS) seeks a Web Designer to create compelling, intuitive website designs and interfaces that advance CNDLS’ teaching and learning mission. Employing strong visual design skills and creativity, the Web Designer will work with project teams comprised of colleagues and faculty to envision, propose, and assist in executing fresh, attractive designs for the web. He or she will ask probing questions to understand a project’s ethos, prepare multiple concepts for feedback, pitch designs and articulate reasons for design decisions, respond inventively and thoughtfully to feedback, and work closely with web development colleagues to bring his/her designs to life on the web. The Web Designer should bring to the table a commitment to active listening, a tactful interpersonal style, and the ability to respectfully and persuasively argue for best practices in design.

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree, along with at least 3 years of experience in interaction, graphic, or web design, and will demonstrate:

• A strong visual design style & sensibility, including an attention to typography, color, and branding.

• Advanced proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite and/or Sketch.

• Proficiency with HTML and CSS

• Practical understanding of the principles and practices of responsive design

• Researches and develops materials on best practices in learning design for use in courses and faculty development.

• Strong written/oral communication skills and ability to convey ideas clearly

• Ability to listen to feedback and rapidly iterate on design ideas from others

• Ability to work cooperatively as part of a team

• Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects with different deadlines and priority levels

Preference will be given to candidates who also offer:

• Functional knowledge of JS.

• Familiarity with prototyping tools (such as Balsamiq and/or Invision)

• Functional knowledge of JS.

• Experience with design work in a higher education setting.

• Exposure to motion design and ability to provision for it on the web.

• Ability to approach design challenges from a problem-solving perspective.

Please include a link to your portfolio, when available, in your application. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position has been filled.

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