The Myaamia Education Coordinator will work closely with the
Director of the Myaamia Center’s Office of Education in development
and implementation of curricula and administer the center’s online
Educational Portal. The positions start date is on or about July 1,
The Myaamia Education Coordinator will:
Technology Advancement—Tasks include:
- Lead and facilitate the development of the Myaamia Center’s
- Work directly with computer science graduate assistants to
ensure design and ongoing modifications meet the education needs of
the community educators and learners.
Educational Development—Tasks include:
- Implement distance learning programming with a focus on
building and maintaining the Miami Tribe’s educational community,
and organize the office’s education related communications.
- Based on the needs of the Miami Tribe, design several
audience-tailored distance learning opportunities.
- Create self-directed and teacher-led curricular materials for
distance learning opportunities with assistance from other
- Assist other educational staff in creating and delivering
distance learning materials.
- Build and maintain an educational community for the Miami Tribe
through distance learning programming.
- Organize the office’s education related communications.
- Facilitate educational collaborations with Myaamia Center and
Miami Tribe staff, Miami University teaching faculty, and regional
Additional Responsibilities—Tasks include:
- Participate in Tribe and University community cultural
- Participate in Myaamia Center meetings and activities upon
Travel: This position requires travel (some weekends) to
participate in Myaamia community events that occur most often in
Oklahoma or Indiana.
Other duties as determined.
Required: Bachelor of Arts in Education with at least three
years of teaching experience; strong computer skills required;
ability to occasional work on evenings and/or weekends; must have a
mid-level command of the Myaamia language (determined by Myaamia
language instructors) and be willing to improve language skills
based on the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
(ACTFL) proficiency scale; have an understanding of Myaamia culture
and education, and be willing to participate in ongoing
revitalization activities within the Miami Tribe community and on
Miami University campus when appropriate.
Position is not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Consideration may be given to candidates with a Master of Arts
in Instructional Design & Technology, conferred by date of
appointment; three years of classroom teaching experience in K-8 or
9-12 in Ohio, Indiana, or Oklahoma. Myaamia language and culture
teaching experience in community settings; must be team oriented,
positive attitude, strong work ethic, open minded and flexible,
self-motivated, strong oral and written communication skills,
willingness to expand self-learning, promptly responsive; ability
to work independently, demonstrate initiative, display strong
commitment to student learning, communicate effectively and work
collaboratively with stakeholders inside and outside of the
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Inquiries may be directed to Daryl Baldwin at email@example.com
Screening of applicants will begin June 3, 2022 and will continue
until the position is filled.
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