Department: MMI Education and Child Development 50000689
Reg-Temp: Full-Time Regular
The Munroe-Meyer Institute (MMI) for Genetics and Rehabilitation at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) is accepting applications for a faculty position in the Education and Child Development as an Assistant Professor (AP).
The Assistant Professor will oversee community-based and educational program evaluation projects and must have experience running large projects. They will be responsible for collaborating and communicating with multiple external stakeholders. The AP will have the skills necessary in order to facilitate groups for the processes of strategic planning, developing logic models and building evaluation plans. They will be expected to develop and maintain relationships with clients. The AP will be able to function as a Primary Investigator. They will be expected to develop evaluation plans, construct scopes of work and develop evaluation budgets. They are expected to communicate evaluation plans, progress and outcomes to a variety of audiences. The AP will plan, implement and support data analysis and report writing. The AP will coordinate the work of assistant project directors and program evaluators involved in data collection. The AP will be responsible for translating research into practice. The AP will be responsible for presenting finding in peer-reviewed journals, at conferences and participate in committees at MMI and UNMC as needed.
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