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Open Positions

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Qualified candidates should bring deep knowledge of the learning sciences and of applications of digital technology to enhance learning opportunities and outcomes. This role requires working with all levels of constituents, so it is important that you can demonstrate skill in interfacing with academic experts and senior leadership to frame collaborations around technology-supported learning innovations in addition to directing a multi-unit research organization/initiative spanning multiple disciplines and for supporting leaders of the discipline-based units.

What You’ll Do:
The TLA Executive Director will oversee and manage a cross-university effort to accelerate the development of innovative research projects and strategies that have the potential to transform learning globally. The Executive Director will bring together Stanford faculty, students, and professional staff from across disciplines and lead the expansion of outreach efforts across all sectors of education. Finally, the Executive Director will develop impact measures and monitor progress towards TLA’s goals of increasing the scale and impact of its research discoveries.

This position will report to the Dean of the Graduate School of Education, who also serves as the Academic Director of TLA.

For the full job description and to apply please go to the Stanford Careers Site.

RESEARCH ADMINISTRATOR 3
This role will provide a range of research administration and financial support for the Transforming Learning Accelerator (TLA), Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE), and/or other research centers or finance units as needed.

What You’ll Do:
In this role supporting TLA and SCOPE, you would be responsible for independently managing both sponsored and non-sponsored awards. For sponsored grants, you will manage the proposal preparation and/or post award activities for a large volume and diverse set of complex, federal and non-federal sponsored research projects, involving multiple sub-awards, principal investigators, and/or cross-school initiatives. For non-sponsored awards, you will oversee and manage certain gifts, faculty and other designated accounts including fee for service agreements).

For the full job description and to apply please go to the Stanford Careers Site.