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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 14, No. 414.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
             Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2000 20:07:38 +0100
             From: Victoria Szabo <vszabo@stanford.edu>
             Subject: jobs at Stanford
    We are hiring 2 Academic Technology Specialists, one in English and one in
    Overseas Studies, and intend to hire a third in our Language Center. Note
    that applications for English can be sent to vszabo@stanford.edu  (Victoria
    Szabo), and for Overseas Studies at mako@stanford.edu (Makoto Tsuchitani).
    Positions are open until filled.
    Academic Technology Specialists
    Stanford University Libraries
    English Department
    You will encourage and support technology in teaching,
    investigate and implement new tools for instructors, provide
    training and support, and create an infrastructure for
    technology usage in the program. Additionally, you will consult
    with faculty, develop and implement curricula using new computer
    based educational tools, create and present training in use of
    technology, and assist program directors in technology related
    programmatic development. This opportunity requires a BA in
    Humanities or Education with a focus on literature plus 2 years'
    experience in academic computing. Demonstrated experience
    developing Web sites, proficiency with Macs, PCs, and UNIX and
    excellent communication, interpersonal, teaching, and
    time/project management skills are essential. A senior level
    designation is available for a candidate with an advanced degree
    in Humanities or Education and 5 years' experience. Complete job
    description is available at
    http://acomp.stanford.edu/atsp/english.html. Req # J001360.
    Overseas Studies Program
    We'll rely on you to help expand the Overseas Studies Program
    curricula, particularly in the areas of technical innovation,
    technology implementation, and faculty student engagement. This
    position requires communicating in a second language environment
    and the ability to provide leadership and strategic planning on
    issues involving technology while managing/administering
    technical infrastructures for effective and innovative academic
    and administrative use. Experience applying technology in
    support of teaching and learning, computer proficiency with
    Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Netscape, and Eudora, and experience
    developing Web sites and managing technical projects and
    professionals are essential. Independent travel to foreign
    countries and effective communication and interpersonal skills
    are also necessary. Complete job description available at
    http://osp.stanford.edu/welcome/AcadTechSpec.html. Req # J002667.
    Please e mail resume and cover letter, indicating appropriate
    Req #, to resumes@resumix.stanford.edu; fax in fine mode to
    (650) 723-6118, or mail to Stanford University, Human Resources
    Services, 655 Serra Street, Stanford, California 94305 6110. For
    information on these and other positions, see us on the Web at
    http://jobs.stanford.edu. AA/EOE.
    Victoria Szabo, Ph.D.
    Academic Technology Specialist, Introduction to the Humanities, VPUE
    Assistant Manager, Academic Technology Program, SUL-AIR
    Stanford University
    250-252P, MC: 2020
    (650) 723-9364

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