Jobs & Opportunities

LRDC Employment Opportunities

To be announced.

Employment Opportunities at Other Universities

New Director of Learning Design, KIPP Foundation
The KIPP Foundation is hiring a Director of Learning Design. The Director will be responsible for envisioning the Foundation's approach to the training and development of its instructional leaders, establishing a shared vision for best-in-class adult learning and working across teams to prototype, test, and implement innovative new ideas. The role can be based in San Francisco, Chicago, NYC, or DC. More information here (7/24)

UPMC Research Specialist, Neuroscience 
The Salisbury lab is accepting applications for 2 research specialist positions and 2 neurophys/imaging post-docs positions. Those with training in MRI techniques are encouraged to apply to this newly funded project to examine auditory verbal hallucinations and auditory cortex structural and functional connectivity in a longitudinal study of early psychosis. Training in MR neuroimaging is required. Familiarity with and skills in multimodal imaging, advanced signal processing (e.g., ICA, fusion), source localization, or other analytic methods are desired. Training in psychopathology, including clinical interviews and instruments (e.g., DSM, SCID, SANS, SAPS, PANSS, etc), is preferable, but not an absolute requirement. For more information, contact Dean F. Salisbury, PhD via e-mail (attach your CV). (7/17)

Duolingo Data Scientist 
As a Data Scientist at Duolingo, you will be a pivotal member of the engineering staff by analyzing data to dissect and improve how people learn using our products. The data scientist will be a meticulous, curious, and analytic individual who has a passion of diving into data, organizing it, and using A/B tests to understand how users learn. More information here. (7/17)

Pearson Learning Design Positions  
There are a number of open positions in Learning Design at Pearson. There are a few versions of each for different location, but they're all for the same (remote) job. Each of these positions are within their Global Product team, but they focus primarily within Higher Education: Learning Capabilities Design (focused on working with product management and UX Design), Learning Systems Design (focused on working with portfolio management and content developers), Design Based Research (supporting learning centered research in the co-design research to support the other two positions). For more information, contact Mark Potter. (7/17)

Postdoctoral Fellow in STEM Education/Early Childhood Education
Seeds of STEM is a 4-year research project, funded by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES). Entering its 3rd year, the project focuses on the development and pilot-testing of a Pre-K problem-based STEM curriculum that teaches young children (and their teachers) the process of problem solving. The project is a collaboration between WPI, College of the Holy Cross, and the Worcester Head Start program. More information here. Questions may be directed to Dr. Mia Dubosarsky, Principal Investigator of the Seeds of STEM project. (6/19)

Post-doctoral Research Fellow with the Johns Hopkins Science of Learning Institute
The Science of Learning Institute and the Department of Cognitive Science at Johns Hopkins University is seeking a highly qualified post-doctoral research fellow to join an interdisciplinary research team to develop and evaluate a novel spatially-enhanced 3rd grade science curriculum and teacher supports. This project is a newly-funded 4-year collaborative partnership between cognitive scientists, developmental scientists, and educators to advance evidence-based STEM educational student and teacher practices through a new curriculum and professional development. For more information, interested applicants are encouraged to contact Dr. Kristin Gagnier . (6/19)

Director of Assessment and Accreditation, Duquesne University
The School of Education at Duquesne University is recruiting applicants for a full-time Director of Assessment and Accreditation. The position will coordinate and direct assessment and accreditation activities for the School of Education and education-related programs across the University. As part of a team of Directors in the Office of Student Academic Services, the individual will report directly to the Associate Dean for Teacher Education. This is a full-time, non-faculty position with exempt status. More information here. (6/19)