Collections Editor / Curriculum Specialist @ Professional Development Hub

September 4, 2020

Collections Editor / Curriculum Specialist, pd|hub

Position Description and Responsibilities: The Collections Editor/Curriculum Specialist will be part of the pd|hub core team, working closely with the PI/Director and Collections Co- Investigator to ensure success of the Collections and corresponding activities.

  • Oversee & manage Collections, including the submissions process, peer review process, model annotations, instructional strategies in train-the-trainer workshops, and mentoring groups

  • Work with the PI, co-I, consultants, and working groups on development and evolution of mechanisms for the Collections

  • Support & manage activities of cohorts of Fellows whose models are selected for the Collection, including Fellows’ annotation of models, workshop development, mentoring group facilitation, and dissemination of Collection models

  • With guidance from consultants, ensure that Collection materials explicitly highlight key teaching/implementation strategies, such as strategies to further equity and inclusion

  • Draft materials bringing elements of the Collections together (such as a preface or literature reviews), blog posts, and journal articles to support dissemination

  • Oversee development and maintenance of an online framework for Collection materials

  • Support implementation of assessment and evaluation for the Collections, in

    collaboration with consultants focused in these areas

  • Ensure that project development and completion is timely, successful, and meets


  • Contribute to strategic planning for sustaining, growing, and evolving Collections in the

    broader context of pd|hub

  • Represent pd|hub on committees and at external meetings and conferences

  • Contribute to other activities of pd|hub as needed

    Desired Qualifications:
    PhD in a STEM discipline with at least one year of experience teaching (preferred: in graduate/postdoctoral education, career & professional development).
    Experience developing and implementing training approaches; able to articulate what is needed to implement training approaches.
    Strong communication skills (written, verbal, visual).
    Strong organizational and project management skills.
    Demonstrated ability to work with individuals and diverse teams.
    Experience working in an early-stage organization, office, or initiative preferred.


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