Now hiring: LEARN NC Executive Director

LEARN NC is now hiring an Executive Director. The official description follows:

Executive Director, LEARN NC
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Education
EPA Non-Faculty Position

The Executive Director will collaborate with the School of Education’s Director of Research and Professional Development for Outreach to provide vision, planning, and leadership and for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s B-12 outreach endeavors as well as manage all operations for LEARN NC.

Responsibilities include:

50% Operations and Project Management: Exercise creativity and initiative in designing strategies to increase effectiveness in operations continuously improving the quality of LEARN resources and services based on valid and reliable data; Maintain a system to ensure all LEARN NC resources are easily accessible, relevant, and current.

25% Personnel Management: Supervise the day-to-day activities of the LEARN NC staff and consultants and ensuring the integrity of the technical infrastructure and business processes. Promote the continuing professional development of the LEARN staff.

25% Outreach: Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with key educational partners across the state, including P-12 school and district personnel, higher education, and state agencies; Develop and implement curriculum and oversee the online professional development programs offered through e-Learning for Educators in line with state and national content standards. Make available to P-12 educators the results of current educational research; and remain current on the latest research on topics related to online learning and content delivery and communicate this knowledge to staff, faculty, and students

A graduate degree in education or related field is required. Successful experience in leadership position with excellent management supervisory and project management skills; exceptional interpersonal and team-building skills; and demonstrated success in using technology to facilitate student learning and professional development.

Click on the Direct Link URL at from any internet browser to apply for the position and attach the following; a letter of interest; a curriculum vitae; and a list of at least four references including their name, addresses, and telephone numbers/email addresses. For more information, email Professor Cheryl Bolick,


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