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Educational and Scholarly Technology Assistants

Bryn Mawr College wishes to hire to two recent graduates of Bryn Mawr College as Educational and Scholarly Technology Assistants.


The position reports to the director of Educational and Scholarly Technology team within Bryn Mawr’s Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) departments. As members of that team, assistants will: consult with faculty and staff about digital scholarship and teaching goals and help them identify and use the digital technologies appropriate for those goals; develop and facilitate technology-related learning experiences for students, faculty, and staff; develop self-help resources (e.g., documentation and video tutorials); administer technology services (Moodle, Panopto, Zoom, Domain of One’s One) and equipment loan pools; staff the Digital Media Collaboration lab and Makerspace; and market technology-related services, opportunities, and events to the Bryn Mawr College community.

This is a one-year, full-time, entry-level position with full benefits (including paid vacation and health insurance). It is an in-person, on-campus position, although some work may be remote at times to comply with the college’s Covid19 social distancing guidelines. The position is designed to give recent Bryn Mawr graduates an opportunity to gain work experience and develop digital competencies while supporting college's educational and scholarly mission. It is an excellent opportunity for graduates considering careers in education, instructional design, library and information science, web design, digital scholarship, or IT management. The work is not restricted to any particular academic discipline; you will work with faculty in all departments and with non-academic staff.

Essential requirements: Ability to learn new digital technologies and collaborate effectively with faculty, staff and students in a higher education environment. Experience with any of the following is very helpful: TLI or education coursework; teaching or development of instructional materials; digital scholarship; makerspaces and critical making; digital audio or video production; basic web design and development; data management, analysis and visualization; event planning, marketing, or social media campaigns.

To express your interest in this role, please submit a letter of interest and resume through Handshake. Review of applications will begin October 15 and continue until the position is filled.