1. Course Development and Production - Work in close collaboration with Yale faculty and CBEY staff to outline critical skills and knowledge outcomes, create all content, and ensure cohesion between courses; - Research Energy Justice and Clean Energy Development topics, create a resource library, and become the key staff expert on these topics for the CBEY and the YCEJ teams; - Recruit Yale faculty members to teach in the program and collaborate with Yale staff on faculty outreach; - Collaborate with key staff and faculty of the YCEJ to ensure that YCEJ's goals and mission are taken into account in the design of the Energy Justice course and collaborate on co-branding; - Identify external experts and lead outreach and recruiting; - Identify assignments and activities to reinforce the learning objectives (including discussions, case studies, role plays, research activities, qualitative and quantitative quizzes etc.) and craft language and explanations for review by faculty; - Manage the pre-production, production, and post-production process with the Yale Broadcast Studio (production plans, testing, studio scheduling, coordinating the production of media assets, with or without an external design firm, manage faculty recording or interviews with film crew and studio, initial cuts reviews, editing instructions to senior editors, etc.); - Produce and edit course pages in Canvas. 2. Delivery and Operations - Manage the Energy Justice and Clean Energy Development course delivery process with TAs, faculty, and other staff; - Serve as the first point of contact from staff for the online cohorts in the areas of Justice and Development; - Take charge of Canvas site publishing activities (e.g., timely rotating links to pages, create weekly announcements, etc.), using the existing delivery processes created and documented by CBEY; - Monitor online forums on a regular basis and make sure participants have a rich experience and interact in a respectful manner; - Perform quality control and testing of online modules before and after publishing (e.g., checking that links are live, that quizzes work properly, that solutions to assignments are posted etc.) and coordinate with Research Assistants and other Yale staff to fix problems as they arise, with the aim to deliver an enjoyable and flawless experience to the user in coordination with the YSE Online Programs Coordinator in the YSE Dean's Office; - Contribute to developing best practices for Yale-initiated live sessions and curriculum delivery with the Program Delivery Manager; - In collaboration with faculty, hire, train and coach teaching assistants working on the program on policies and processes (Canvas weekly rotations, cohort communications, etc.); - While the program is in session, respond to questions from the cohort of participants, engage and schedule live sessions with faculty or external experts, and coordinate grading and exercises with teaching fellows and faculty; - As public health guidelines allow, support the design, coordination and facilitation of at least one annual one week-long in-person program for cohorts of 75-100 participants in collaboration with other CBEY staff; 3. Marketing - Support the marketing and promotion activities of the FDCE program as it relates to Energy Justice and Clean Energy Development topics; - Contribute to the creation of content such as participant spotlights, op-eds, and material to be featured in newsletters, on the CBEY site, or in the Clean Energy Finance Forum; 4. Clean Energy Programs Administration - Contribute to creating a holistic approach to clean energy programming at Yale; - Deliver clean energy event series online; and - Coordinate with Yale staff to support the administrative side of this effort (payments, admissions, alumni, etc...).
Required Skill/ability 5: Superior writing, editing, communication and interpersonal skills. Strong time management skills and proven ability to work as part of a team as well as independently.
Posting Position Title: Course Manager
Required Skill/ability 3: Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse constituency, including staff, students, faculty, and other community members.
Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)
University Job Title: Program Manager, Equitable Energy
Required Skill/ability 1: Ability to grasp both quantitative and qualitative concepts and to research knowledge gaps in the field of clean energy.
Required Skill/ability 4: Ability to guide, supervise and coach student project teams.
Required Skill/ability 2: Significant experience in curriculum development and delivery at the graduate or professional level.
Master's degree in environmental science, environmental management, or MBA with four years of related experience. Professional expertise in clean energy development, energy justice or a related field. Significant experience in curriculum development and delivery at the graduate or professional level.
Yale University is an American private Ivy League research university located in New Haven, Connecticut. Founded in 1701 in the Colony of Connecticut, the university is the third-oldest institution of higher education in the United States.