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Writing & Learning Specialist, Learning Services Writing Center, Bridgepoint Education (Deadline: Open until filled)

Description: The Writing & Learning Specialist is a Full – time employment opportunity at the Learning Services Writing Center (LSWC). This professional provides personalized supports and develops scalable solutions specific to writing and learning. This expert is committed to ongoing assessment and evaluation, outreach, innovative, access for all learners, and continuous learning.

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Manager, Writing Center & SupportU, Bridgepoint Education (Deadline: Open until filled)

Description: The Manager of Writing Center and SupportU position is a full-time employment opportunity. This individual shall be a highly motivated, subject-matter expert who can lead the development and implementation of a Writing Center and SupportU vision, mission, and strategic plan that elevates student learning across organizations. The Manager of Writing Center & SupportU must have expert knowledge of nontraditional learners, particularly those who are first generation college students, adults with competing priorities such as jobs and families, learners who lack a history of academic success, and those who may benefit from learning specific methods for increasing the likelihood of academic success. The Manager of Writing Center & SupportU will collaborate with various academic units to ensure that effective strategies are developed, implemented, and assessed on a continuous basis. This leader will create a culture that empowers employees and maximizes their productivity, advocate and inform internal and external stakeholders of the importance of academic support in leading students to long-term success, and inform decision making as it relates to the allocation of resources, prioritization of tasks, and solutions specific to effective academic support.

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Writing Program Administrator, Vice Provost for Graduate Programs and Research, Azusa Pacific University (Deadline: Open until filled)

Description: The WPA serves in a leadership role that oversees the development, management, and supervision of writing programs for undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs at APU. Duties include initiating faculty development programs to improve writing pedagogy, establishing and assessing writing outcomes across the curriculum, and serving on undergraduate and graduate committees to represent writing programs and teaching. The WPA will collaborate with other academic support services on campus. He/she will supervise the Writing Center Director, the First Year Writing Coordinator, and the writing program staff, and will manage the office budget. PhD in Comp/Rhet or related field required.

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Writing Center Director, Office of the Provost, Azusa Pacific University (Deadline: Open until filled)

Description: The Director of the Writing Center administers all aspects of the Writing Center, which serves traditional undergraduate, graduate, and non-traditional students. The director provides leadership for and coordination of writing coaching for students across the University’s multiple campuses; provides students with structured, personalized writing instruction that reflects and integrates current writing theory and practice for a wide range of writing projects including thesis and dissertation preparation; and delivers presentations and workshops related to writing processes and skills. The Center operates largely on the peer mentoring model and includes graduate and online writing support. This is an academic administrator position reporting to the Writing Program Administrator (WPA). Masters degree required.

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