Established in 1891, Elizabeth City State University is a
constituent institution of The University of North Carolina. The
University currently offers 27 undergraduate and 4 graduate
programs of study in fields such as aviation and natural sciences,
business administration, accounting, sport management, teaching
and, visual and performing arts, mathematics and computer science,
social sciences and other select professional and pre-professional
areas. Known for its small class sizes and student-centered
approach to educating undergraduates the University is located on
the beautiful northeastern coast of North Carolina in the Historic
town of Elizabeth City.
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) offers opportunities for
faculty development to enhance teaching and learning. Services
include providing professional development workshops, consulting
with individual faculty members and departments, teaching and
learning enhancement, discussions of education issues, resource
development, research, and collaborations.
The CTL also recognizes that ECSU faces new
instructional challenges as the institution moves further into the
21st century. Instructors will face increasing demands for
technological expertise in teaching and learning. This means that
the CTL will need to explore new methods and practices
for making our teaching more effective, flexible, and inclusive.
Workshops, in teaching and learning in the diverse multicultural
classroom and in teaching technologies, will help faculty prepare
students for the complexity of a global society.
The Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
provides leadership and vision for the continuous improvement of
teaching and learning at ECSU. The individual is directly
responsible for developing strategies, services, and support for
faculty and staff for effective teaching practices and student
success. The Director is expected to facilitate collaborative
initiatives with academic and support units across campus that
foster best practices in teaching and learning. Areas of
responsibility include, but are not limited to: integration of new
and existing technologies in teaching and learning; scholarship of
teaching and learning; faculty development sessions; and new
faculty orientation. The position will develop and implement a
strategic plan for providing training for faculty to enhance
online, hybrid, and enhanced learning experiences across all school
divisions. The position is responsible for budget preparation and
monitoring, staff management, workshop development, assessment, and
compliance with state and national regulations.
Requirements: Master’s degree (Doctorate
preferred) in Education or closely related academic discipline.
Three to five years of experience teaching in higher education,
including online course instruction. Three years of experience
supervising staff and faculty.
Application Process: Submit letter of application,
resume, copies of certifications, transcripts and three (3)
professional reference letters via Elizabeth City State University
online employment site at
Elizabeth City State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer. The University does not discriminate in
access to its educational programs and activities, or with respect
to hiring or the terms and conditions of employment, on the basis
of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity and
expression, political affiliation, age, disability, veteran status,
genetic information or sexual orientation.
This position is Exempt from the State Human Resources Act.