12.0252 jobs at Middlesex, Penn

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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 12, No. 252.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

[1] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (38)
Subject: Job Advert: Educational Multimedia Developer

[2] From: "James J. O'Donnell" <jod@ccat.sas.upenn.edu> (57)
Subject: position at Penn

Date: Wed, 7 Oct 1998 14:05:22 -0400 (EDT)
From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu>
Subject: Job Advert: Educational Multimedia Developer

>> From:=09Sieng Tran <sieng_tran@yahoo.com>

Job - Multimedia Developer
Middlesex University requires a Multimedia Software Developer to work
on a European Funded project `Open and Work Based Learning in Advanced
Telecommunications' (OWLATEL). =20

The developer will work as part of a team developing, testing and
evaluating a multimedia platform for the interactive,
computer-assisted delivery of scientific and technical knowledge to
employees the telecommunications sector.

Candidates should have commercial experience of developing multimedia
products (ideally educational courseware) to meet tight deadlines and
given specifications. Competence in using the Macromedia Suite of
Development Tools would be an advantage (Authorware, Director, Flash,
Dreamweaver) together with a good knowledge of digital audio and
graphic production.

For further information and an informal chat please contact Jane
Garner (Project Manager) 0181-880-4269 or email

Grade: AO1 (=A317,536-=A322,277 pa with a maximum starting salary of=20
Campus: Lee Valley Centre of Middlesex University
Full-time Temporary 1 year in first instance
Closing date: 16 October 1998

Application forms can be obtained from the Middlesex University
Recruitment Office,
Bounds Green Campus, Telephone 0181-362-6110, Job Reference: LV8
Jane Garner
ADAPT Project Manager
Lee Valley Centre of Middlesex University
221 Lee Valley Technopark
Ashley Road
London, N17 9LN
Tel: +44-(0)181-880-4269 =09Fax:

Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 07:17:50 -0400 (EDT)
From: "James J. O'Donnell" <jod@ccat.sas.upenn.edu>
Subject: position at Penn

The following position is not a traditional academic position and has a
limited term, but offers rich and rewarding opportunity for involvement in
shaping the nature of the undergraduate experience at a research
university. I pass this along with particular interest because the
individual hired will be chief operating officer of the house where I
serve as residential faculty master. Applications to be directed as
below, but I would be happy to answer questions or supply further
information. Ideal start date for the position is 1 December 1998.

Jim O'Donnell
Classics, U. of Penn
jod@ccat.sas.upenn.edu =20

University of Pennsylvania
Hill College House

Hill College House is one of the longest established units in Penn's
now comprehensive system of College Houses. The House is
integrated into the University' academic support systems and offers a
wide variety of educational and co-curricular programming for about 500
undergraduate residents, many of whom are first-year students. Hill's
activities emphasize the development of student leadership and self

This is an opportunity for an energetic leader who is interested in
contributing to Penn's academic community at an important time in its

Primary responsibilities include the in-residence academic support and
personal advising of undergraduates and the administrative
leadership of the House and its staff, including 17 Graduate Associates=20
and 15 undergraduate Managers. The House Dean collaborates closely with th=
Faculty Master in the overall administration of the House.

Ideal candidates will possess an advanced degree (Ph.D. preferred), and
will have experience working with college students and faculty as
teachers, advisors, or residential staff. Strong background in and
commitment to the contemporary liberal arts is required, and
familiarity with one or more professional curriculum is desired. Also=20
required: understanding of the educational mission of research=20
universities and academic residential systems; demonstrated ability to=20
further the University's efforts to foster a living environment=20
supportive of all groups and individuals; managerial/administrative=20
experience, including staffing, budgeting, financial management, program=20
planning, and program development; familiarity with the operations of a=20
large facility; excellent communications skills; computer facility;=20
ability to serve in a twelve-month, live-in position.

Term: normally a three-year appointment with the first four months of
service as an introductory or probationary period. Renewable, after revie=
for one additional three-year term.

For further information on Penn's College Houses and Hill College
House, see http://www.upenn.edu/resliv/ -- on Hill specifically,

Applicants should forward a cover letter, including salary
requirements, and a resume/CV to: Alicia Brill, Job Application Center,
Human Resources, University of Pennsylvania, 3401 Walnut Street, Suite
521A, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6205. Review of applications will
begin on October 30 and continue until the position is filled. The
University of Pennsylvania is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action=20

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