Employment Opportunities

Job Openings at AUP

For all questions regarding employment opportunities at The American University of Paris, please contact the office of human resources. Please note that except where otherwise stated, French working papers or EU nationality are required in order for applications to be considered.

Administrative Positions

Data Administrator – T2


Office of University Outreach and Advancement



Director of University Outreach and Advancement



Role Summary

Serve as point person for the Outreach and Advancement Office’s data and income processes, using the Raisers Edge (The Outreach and Advancement Office’s CRM system).  Responsible for maintenance of constituent data including data administration and Gift Administration Processes.  In addition, will work with colleagues in the Communications Department to monitor data-based outreach strategies.  The role entails a significant degree of autonomous working and proactive problem-solving ability


Data Administration (50% of role)
  • Work with the Data Manager to implement and overhaul business processes to improve the Department’s use of data.  This will include ensuring the quality and accuracy of data and supporting the deployment and maintenance of the AUP Global platform
  • Responsible for carrying out regular data administration tasks (in coordination with the Data Manager)
    • Fulfil basic requests for data and reporting, escalating more complex requests to the Data Manager
    • Create and maintain data quality reporting (with the assistance of the Data Manager) and monitor regularly, addressing any issues identified.
    • Update contact information, profile data and donor records to maintain the accuracy of information within The Raiser’s Edge
    • Identify new opportunities to engage alumni through our CRM and monitor relationships through the CRM system
    • Create and maintain documentation of data entry and quality procedures for the department.
  • Collaborate with the Institutional Research Office on various data projects, and ensuring that all actions are AUP data policy and GDPR compliant


Gift Administration (50%)
  • Responsible for gift acknowledgment and receipting for all donations
  • Draft and edit personalized acknowledgements for signature by gift coordinators, the Director of University Outreach and Advancement, the Vice President for Presidential Initiatives and the President;
  • Maintain appropriate and accurate record of batches, paper files, and other records related to financial contributions.
  • Perform gift entry/recording in the department CRM system for unrestricted (including Trustee gifts), programmatic, capital, campaign gifts and small grants.
  • Preparation of Gift and Pledge Agreements as necessary, for Fundraisers to send out to their constituents
  • Liaise with the Finance Department and AUP Foundation to ensure accuracy of gift/donation records and deposits.
  • Track and file recurring gift and multi-year pledge documentation
  • Ensure adherence to established systems/controls established by auditor standards.
  • Work with Director of Outreach and Advancement for the preparation of Annual Giving Report, Board presentations and other publications as needed.
  • Monthly and Quarterly reconciliation of accounts with Finance
  • Maintain ongoing list of all donations



  • Licence/Bachelor’s preferred but not essential, minimum Bac + 2 or technical diploma
    • Demonstrated successful experience working with The Raiser’s Edge or similar CRM system
    • Familiarity (data types, queries/views, joins) with relational database management systems (MS Access, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL, etc.) highly desirable.
    • Excellent oral and written communications skills
    • Good organizational skills
    • Detail-oriented and meticulous
    • Native or near-native English, fluency in French a plus
  • Advanced understanding of the Microsoft Office suite of applications.  Particularly Word (mail merges, working with templates, labels) and Excel (use of functions, lookups, PivotTables).
  • Knowledge of and interest in fundraising and alumni relations in a non-profit setting helpful
  • Professionally mature, motivated to learn, and flexible in response to shifting priorities;
  • Ability to work under pressure, understand and follow policies and procedures;
  • Proven ability to work independently as well as collaboratively on a team;
  • Hospitable and discreet, position requires client friendly attitude and the ability to handle sensitive/confidential information with discretion;


Candidates should apply vis e-mail to jobapplicants@aup.edu

Communication and Training Manager - AC1-1


Information Technology Services



Director of Information Technology Services



Responsible for the development of training strategy to deliver IT trainings that will boost employees’ work performance in alliance with the university’s core values, including performing technology training, needs assessments, designing and delivering training sessions and learning materials, and managing training interventions.

Responsible for the development of IT department’s communications, including development and maintenance of the department web site, IT knowledge base, and other IT communication resources.



  • Works closely and collaboratively with the IT team to develop, implement and manage the IT departmental website.
  • Produces monthly statistical reports and updates with observations and analyses of trends.
  • Produces frequent communications to the AUP Community regarding IT Services features, functions, and events.
  • Designs flyers and other Office of IT handouts for distribution throughout the campus and as attachments to announcement emails.
  •  Designs and develops print and web-based user documentation and materials.
  • Other duties may be assigned by the ITS Director.


  • Works closely with the Department of Human Resources and specifically the person responsible for employee training to develop, schedule and deliver employee training.  This concerns both training requested by employees, and training programs proposed by the IT department
  • Identifies areas where technology training is required, whether in a one on one, or group session.
  • Provide Learning Management Systems (i.e. Blackboard) training to Faculty.
  • Assists, orients and trains students to be successful users of technology.
  • Develops and implements workshops for students on effective uses of Instruction technologies.
  • Creates and maintains a training plan in collaboration with the IT Team and the university departments.
  • In collaboration with the Department of Human Resources, collects feedback on training and training needs to adapt the IT training plan to new services and technologies.
  • Assists the IT Director in creating, administering and analyzing results of IT surveys.
  • Performs other relevant duties that may be assigned to contribute to the efficient operation of the Office of Information Technology.


User Support
  • Consults with key users to determine appropriate and effective solutions using various technologies including Instruction Technology.
  • Support Faculty with their needs for technology services including maintaining courses and students’ records in Blackboard. 
  • Develops strategies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of user support processes.


Knowledge Management
  • Works closely and collaboratively with the desktop support team to create and revise general documentation related to the usage of technology in AUP (self-help resources, web content, etc.). 
  • Communicates, monitors and interprets usage analytics and other feedback to improve support and knowledge.
  • Relays user concerns or difficulties using current technologies to the IT Team in order to adapt and improve services



  • Undergraduate degree, with at least 3 years of experience working in related positions, such as experience with training end-users in a corporate or higher-education setting and experience with web design and web development.
  • Experience in technology troubleshooting/support, website design/management, video editing, technical writing, and/or digital graphic design, is highly desirable.
  • Intermediate to advanced skills in the use of Windows-based and Mac-based graphic applications software.
  • Strong proficiency with Office 365 and Adobe Creative Cloud applications.
  • Demonstrated experience in creating end-user documentation materials in video and text formats.
  • Ability to work effectively as a positive and engaged member of a high performing and collaborative team of professionals.
  • Ability to understand, synthetize and transfer technical and non-technical information to create a good channel of communication between the IT department and the end-users.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Fluent verbal and written English and French
  • Must have valid working papers for the EU

Candidates should apply via e-mail to jobapplicants@aup.edu


Junior Network and Systems Administrator


Information Technology Services



Associate Director of Information Technology Services



Reporting to the Associate Director of ITS, the Junior Network and Systems Administrator ensures that the University network remains operational for end users and functional for end-user applications. The person in this role is responsible for the monitoring, maintenance, administration, and management of the University networks and network devices. The person in this role also assists the Associate Director of Information Technology Services in keeping the network secure from threats, such as data theft. The person in this role also acts as an information expert and troubleshooting point person for the IT Support Services Supervisor, and the other helpdesk employees when required. The Junior Network and Systems Administrator ensures that system hardware, operating systems, software systems, and related procedures adhere to organizational values, enabling staff, faculty, students, and AUP partners.



  • Perform daily system monitoring, verifying the integrity and availability of all hardware, server resources, systems and key processes, reviewing system and application logs.
  • Ensures ongoing replication in Hyper-V virtualization platform between primary data center and backup data center.
  • Monitors backup and availability application ensuring scheduled backups complete successfully and replicate off campus to the cloud service provider.
  • Perform Windows administration tasks such as Active Directory administration, file restorations, hardware support, software support, and network infrastructure support.
  • Perform regular security monitoring to identify any possible intrusions, apply updates and upgrades to keep systems secure and up-to-date.
  • Image and prepare systems for software deployment to users, deploy critical software upgrades, Antivirus, and Microsoft security patches.
  • Build, configure, and troubleshoot software and hardware enhancements, application deployments and infrastructure upgrades.
  • Support users (tiers 2 & 3), Desktop support team, other administrators, developers, and management as required.
  • Provide all aspects of user/group account management and authentication troubleshooting.    
  • Work directly with users of business applications, outside vendors and Service providers to provide user support in resolving application trouble tickets.
  • Administration of AUP auxiliary systems including Phone system, Access and Security Video systems.
  • Create and implement applications and utilities to enhance the use of Information Technology.
  • Manage Desktop/Application virtual environment in MS Azure.
  • In collaboration with Associate Director of IT, setup/maintain network equipment including network switches, wireless AP, BladeCenter/SAN system, and virtual server environment.
  • Research and recommend innovative, and where possible automated approaches for system administration tasks.
  • Arranges warranty and support services for hardware components and software through 3rd party vendors.
  • Contribute to the overall success of the ITS by performing all other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Director (or Associate Director) of Information Technology.



  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • 2+ years of applicable experience in managing, administering, and supporting Windows server systems in an Enterprise environment.
  • Good experience of Active Directory including a good knowledge of Windows and Mac Operating System, GPO, File and Printing Services, and Network protocols.
  • Good level of technical skills: LAN, WAN, Wi-Fi; firewall; SAN, NAS; Active Directory; Office 365 platform (Admin, Exchange, Security, user/group admin), Microsoft Hyper-V.
  • Knowledge of Cloud (Azure), database (MySQL, SQL Server), and Backup (Veeam Backup & Replication) is welcome.
  • Microsoft Certification will be an added advantage.
  • Fluent in French is added advantage, Fluent in English is required.



  • Good analytical, diagnostic and problem solving skills.
  • Good communication and professional customer service attitude.
  • Self-motivated, autonomous and hardworking.


Candidates should apply to jobapplicants@aup.edu

Graduate Program Coordinator (T3)


Academic Affairs



Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs, Academic Affairs


Supports Graduate Program Administration at AUP:
  • Maintains contact with students during entire stay - advising, counseling, tracking progress, trouble-shooting, follows up on every aspect of student life from incomplete grades in courses to thesis completion and submission. 

  • Schedules, prepares documentation, attends and maintains minutes for the Graduate Program Review Board

  • Supports with RNCP certification administration as necessary.  Examples of tasks include:
    • Assists with RNCP renewal process as necessary
    • Responds to inquiries from and sends appropriate documentation to VAE candidates
    • Plans and organizes documentation for jury meetings
  • Liaises on academic issues with the Registrar’s Office on behalf of current and graduated students.  Examples of tasks include:
    • Assists students in completion of Graduation applications, verifies the applications and submits them to the Registrar’s Office
    • Completes degree trajectory checks on a semester basis
    • Assists with course registration, ID cards, grades, degree coding, diploma orders, diploma mailing, RNCP certificates
    • Stores documentation and correspondence attached to student records in the database
  • Coordinates with various administrative units to ensure the proper management of graduate programs. Example of tasks include:
    • Assists in the organization of new student orientation - program meetings, administration information, advising sessions, walk-in registration, welcome cocktail catering
    • Updates graduate alumni database in Raiser’s Edge
    • Works with the Graduate Student Council on projects 
    • Coordinates with the library concerning thesis submissions, library access and library cards
    • Organizes special events (speakers, alumni networking)
    • Assists in the organization of the graduate student portion of the graduation ceremony in conjunction with the registrar
    • Assists with assessment activities as necessary
Assists Directors of Graduate Programs:  
  • Assists Graduate Program Directors with semester scheduling             
  • Processes advisor assignments and track designations on a semester basis
  • Schedules and prepares all documentation for modules-photocopies, blackboard, classroom supplies, student evaluation, expense reports
  • Provides logistical support to graduate faculty and advisors (travel, offices, phones, computers, expense reports …)
  • Follows up with faculty on grade submission, particularly late grades and incompletes
  • Assists in the management of external entities (Sorbonne, Oxford, Ecole de Guerre)
  • Maintains graduate portions of the website (student/alumni profiles etc.)
  • Liaises with Cultural Programs for planning of Graduate student trips/cultural programs
Liaises with Graduate Admissions:
  • Coordinates with Graduate Program Directors to provide up-to-date, market relevant information on each program to Admissions and Communications staff through regular briefings
  • Responsible for coordinating with Graduate Program Directors to make admissions decisions on completed applications received from the Applications Team in the Admissions Office in a timely fashion
  • Communicates with all accepted graduate students via email, telephone calls and online information sessions to encourage offer holders to confirm their place at AUP according to targets of the University 
  • Answers all queries from accepted and confirmed graduate students until the point of arrival and Orientation
  • Facilitates online information sessions (via webinar or other platform) for incoming confirmed students to meet virtually existing students and/or Program Directors
  • Attends Orientation and participates in graduate student arrival, checking-in students and ensuring a smooth landing experience
  • Assists Graduate Program Directors to create and maintain annual activities calendar


Other appropriate duties as assigned by the supervisor



  • Extensive knowledge and understanding of the American system of higher education
  • Minimum Bachelor's degree, Master’s degree preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in both English and French
  • Some professional experience in a French work environment
  • Highly organized and able to maintain a solid background knowledge of academic policies, degree requirements, and legal issues
  • Detail-oriented, with the ability to work quickly and efficiently
  • Highly competent with computers (Microsoft Office, Microsoft 365, Internet, Databases)
  • Strong maths/statistics skills and expert use of Microsoft Excel
  • Ability to work well under pressure
  • Ability to deal effectively with people and within a team


Candidates should apply via e-mail to jobapplicants@aup.edu

Student Recruitment Counsellor – Category C1-1


Vice President and Director of Enrolment Management


Position Overview

The post holder is responsible for the recruitment of students.  This will entail the development and implementation of marketing, communications and recruitment strategies that directly support the achievement of the University’s enrolment targets.  While much of the role is focused on activities away from the campus, the post holder will also have responsibility for recruitment and liaison functions on campus, including daily campus visits, enquiry telephone calls and emails, online information sessions and the yielding of students post offer of admission.



Main Duties and Responsibilities

The main duties and responsibilities of the role will include, but may not be limited to:

Lead on the recruitment of students to AUP

As part of the University’s sales team, the post holder will help drive the student recruitment function, generating appropriately qualified enquiries and applicants across all categories of students (freshman, transfer, visiting/COOP, summer and graduate) according to agreed targets.  The means to achieve these goals will be varied and include face-to-face and online marketing activities, the development of relationships in each specified country market, and excellent customer service.


Represent the University internationally and locally

The post holder will represent the University at a range of types of events, including school visits, education fairs and exhibitions, individual meetings at schools, colleges, universities and with other stakeholders.  In so representing AUP, the post holder will develop appropriate relationships with all relevant individuals and institutions that contribute to the successful recruitment of students.  Substantial international and national travel will be an essential component in this aspect of the role.


Manage all pre-application enquiries

With colleagues in similar roles, the post holder will be responsible for managing all pre-application enquiries to AUP via our CRM system, in addition to telephone and face-to-face contacts.  Such queries will be answered through ‘templated’ replies appropriate to the nature of the enquiry received.  Overall, the pre-application enquiry phase will rely on efficient and timely responses, and will be organised based on a rota basis, depending on workload and the time of year.


Develop an operational plan for each defined country/regional recruitment territory

The post holder will develop and implement appropriate operational plans that deliver students across all categories (freshman, transfer, visiting/COOP, summer and graduate) according to agreed targets.  For each country/territory, the post holder will formulate a plan that will include electronic and social media, print publications, advertising and the use of third-party agencies to deliver enquiries and applicants to AUP.  Each plan’s progress will be reviewed on a regular basis and adjusted according to progress made.  The post holder will have a lead responsibility for certain territories.


Manage all post-offer contacts and yield activities

As part of the Student Recruitment Team, the post holder will be responsible for managing the relationship between AUP and students holding an offer of admission until they are enrolled at the University.  The post holder will be responsible for a defined group of students and will work consistently to ensure that these students confirm and enrol at AUP.  Activities in this area will be measured directly by conversion, confirmation and other data.  


Development of market intelligence and market awareness

The post holder will make him/herself aware of developments and trends in all country markets for which they are responsible.  This will include developing a list of resources that are referred to on a regular basis (i.e. ICEF newsletter, The PIE Education News, CampusFrance etc.), attendance at relevant meetings and conferences, regular update meetings in the Admissions Office, contact with academic colleagues at AUP, and the maintenance of a network of contacts (i.e. School Counsellors, alumni, Student Recruitment Officers at other universities, agents, and current students). 


Create an effective network across the AUP campus

The post holder will develop a network across the AUP campus to better support the recruitment of students.  This will include administrative and academic members of the community, and the various student organisations active on campus.  


Contribute to the development of a Team ethic

The post holder, along with colleagues, will be responsible for the development of a Team working ethic.  While there are clearly defined responsibilities linked to this post, as part of the Student Recruitment Team, the post holder will be required to develop a working knowledge of all areas of activity for which the Team is responsible.  This will include understanding each person’s individual roles and tasks, and the ability to support each other when time pressure, scheduling or other factors intervene.  


Supporting the overall mission of the Admissions Office

The post holder will continue to be responsible for activities related to all aspects of student recruitment and admissions if asked to support these activities by the Vice President and Director of Enrolment Management as they see fit, complementary to the role described here.  This support will be dependent on such factors as the time of year, workload of other Teams, absences and vacations, and changes in the external environment.





Attributes Essential Desirable

Education and Qualifications

Undergraduate degree

Higher degree or professionally-relevant qualification


Ability to speak English and French


Working within a higher education context


Working in international marketing and student recruitment


Track record of recruiting international students


Managing multiple deadlines

Awareness of the student lifecycle


Ability to manage and execute multi-channel marketing campaigns


Understanding of broad marketing and communications issues

Job-related skills

Entrepreneurial and innovative with a delivery focus


Willingness to travel overseas and work outside normal/unsocial hours


Ability to understand a wide range of academic content and subject material


Ability to work under pressure


Good administrative and organisational skills

Commercially focused, capable of delivering results in a cost-effective manner


An understanding of how to apply technology in an appropriate way to meet business requirements


The ability to conduct market research and assess market intelligence and draw the appropriate conclusions

Interpersonal skills

Good communicator – orally and in writing with excellent presentation skills


Skilled negotiator and networker


Strong customer focus, committed to ensuring delivery of excellent service standards

 An understanding of cultural differences and an ability to work in appropriate ways across a diverse range of cultural environments


Flexible approach to work

Other requirements

High degree of commitment and self-motivation



Candidates should apply to jobapplicants@aup.edu

Communications Coordinator—Outreach and Advancement liaison T3


Office of University Communications



Manager of University Communications


Position overview

Responsible for communications coordination for the development, execution and project management using all media (print, online, video, photography) related to The American University of Paris’s Outreach and Advancement activities. Areas of focus include content creation, design and development of promotional materials and event invitations,  the alumni and fundraising pages and forms on the AUP website, and the Alumni portal; production, content development and editing support for the AUP magazine, the alumni newsletter, stewardship reports and video projects; ensuring consistent messaging for campaigns.

The Communications Coordinator aligns Outreach and Advancement content strategy with the overall communications strategy and ensures consistent messaging for internal and external constituencies. This position will also anticipate new opportunities and development of new digital communication methods and platforms, as they arise.

Specific responsibilities include:
  • Coordinate development and execution of Outreach and Advancement communications for alumni, parents, and donors, in collaboration with the relevant Outreach and Advancement team members and the Writer, Online Communications Manager and Multimedia Producer.
  • Support the design, writing and production of print publications, including the development  of content for campaigns, events, campaign updates, and donor reports in close collaboration with the Communications team writer.
  • Support the update, maintenance, and creation of Outreach and Advancement content on the AUP website, social media groups and the Alumni Portal.
  • Update all Outreach and Advancement material when changes arise, ensuring consistency of messaging and a common use of the AUP brand across all formats and channels.
  • Interview alumni and write alumni profiles for the website and other channels as appropriate.
  • Produce the AUP alumni newsletter, fundraising appeals, campaign updates and donor reports, leveraging the resources of the Communications team,
  • Support the content strategy and production of alumni and donor videos
  • Support the production of the AUP magazine as a member of the editorial team, potentially assisting in the coordination of all aspects of magazine production: contact with featured alumni, requests for photography and coordination with the Communications team writer.
  • Liaise between members of the Communications and Outreach and Advancement teams in order to coordinate Outreach and Advancement Office communication processes and events with University-wide brand strategy.
  • Partner with Outreach and Advancement to establish data tracking and other methods in order to determine the effectiveness of communications campaigns such as newsletters and fundraising appeals.
  • Explore the use of data as a key tool for Outreach and Advancement communications and as it pertains to list creation, email mailouts through Mailchimp and segmentation of audiences for targeted communications campaigns. 
  • Supervise Community Service Grant recipients where necessary.
  • Take on additional communications tasks when necessary as assigned by the Manager of University Communications.



  • Bachelor's degree, preferably in design, communications or English literature.
  • Previous work experience in creating, writing and producing online and print communications; experience in outreach and advancement for a university or non-profit is a plus. 
  • Working knowledge of and proficiency with Adobe Creative suite, especially InDesign and Photoshop.
  • Possess excellent English-language writing and editing skills, attention to detail, and the ability to create editorial content that is optimized for digital communication. 
  • Understand the social media universe including Wordpress, Typepad, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, blogs, etc.
  • Experience creating, sourcing and managing content development, writing, editing, print production, and web publishing.
  • Demonstrate a passion for and knowledge of the importance of data and how it can be used effectively to segment audiences and target messages. 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated team and collaboration skills and an ability to work with multiple people on assigned projects.
  • Demonstrated multi-tasking ability and high initiative
  • Must understand the power of digital communications as well as be able to master a variety of online platforms easily.
  • Previous work in media relations and fluency in French are a plus.


Interested candidates should apply via e-mail to jobapplicants@aup.edu

Instructional Designer – Category C1


Academic Affairs



The Provost



The American University of Paris is seeking an instructional designer to support faculty with the integration of technology into the curriculum and to facilitate the adoption of digital technologies and innovative teaching strategies that will enhance the student learning experience. He/she will guide faculty with the development and implementation of active-learning exercises, projects and tools for mobile, online, face-to-face and hybrid learning environments. This position will be central to the services of the Academic Resource Center (ARC) and the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) in the new Learning Commons. 



  • Research, recommend, create and implement appropriate educational technologies and tools, while assisting faculty with course development, assessment and evaluation.
  • Consult with faculty to ensure that course content, active-learning exercises and assessments are aligned to curricular goals, student outcomes and learning objectives.
  • Maintain current knowledge of research pertaining to higher education, emerging technologies, digital pedagogy, mobile applications, universal design and learning theory.
  • Collaborate with the Academic Resource Center (ARC) and the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) to support faculty in the use of academic technologies and active-learning exercises.
  • Support the e-Learning process, working closely with ARC, the Learning Management System administrator, faculty and students on platforms, rubrics, tests, and other digital content


Instructional Design
  • Provide expertise in the planning and development of instructional technology and teaching tools, integrated into the curriculum, and aligned with course objectives
  • Assist faculty in designing or redesigning course materials for student-centered learning
  • Suggest and create appropriate instructional technology tools (e.g., integrated applications, interactive maps, assessment tools, storyboards, digital badges, etc.) to aid faculty in accomplishing their student learning goals
  • Help develop hybrid, face-to-face and online course materials using a range of hardware and software tools to increase student engagement and support active learning
  • Assist with the summative evaluation of all projects to ensure that instruction is designed to produce effective learning and student success


Collaboration and Teamwork
  • Support the TLC and ARC: consult with the TLC Director and faculty fellows to explore instructional technology solutions, in particular for projects in the Digital Humanities;support the online course development process, working closely with the ARC and TLC Directors and faculty to develop, implement and assess content; provide project direction for digital projects, mobile technologies, and lecture capture; assist with faculty workshops and pedagogical events proposed by the TLC
  • Produce streamed content for the ARC, Writing Lab and TLC Web pages (in collaboration with the Directors, the Communications Office and the Campus Learning Commons Web Committee)
  • University Library: submit metadata on digital projects and learning objects to the Cataloging Librarian for inclusion in the Library catalogue/university repository
  • ITS: liaise with IT/Multimedia staff regarding the acquisition and maintenance of any hardware and software necessary for the use of instructional technology in the curriculum
  • Consult with the IT director on all subjects relating to new tools and technology and work with the IT director before proposing the use of such tools
  • Attend and participate in AMICAL, Educause, or other higher-education conferences
  • Collaborate with assessment initiatives of ARC and TLC to assess pedagogies, methodologies, and strategies for successfully integrating technology into the teaching and learning process



  • Master’s degree in Education, Instructional Design, Educational Technology or a closely related field
  • At least five years’ experience working in a higher education environment
  • Knowledge of current educational technology practices, emerging trends and technologies that support teaching and learning
  • Clear understanding of curricular development, learning theories, and academic assessment; active participation in EdTech community
  • Native speaker competency in English, and strong French skills (bilingual English/French appreciated)
  • Demonstrated experience with learning management systems (e.g., Blackboard, Moodle, Sakai), data visualization and analytics, and learning technologies
  • Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, common desktop applications, and presentation software
  • Strong project management, presentation, and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Interest in working in a dynamic and flourishing educational environment



  • Experience with mobile and interactive applications for teaching and learning
  • Knowledge of Drupal, Web-based APIs, Java/JavaScript, XML, HTML, CSS
  • Experience developing multi-media content and Web presentations
  • Extensive knowledge of teaching methods and/or teaching experience at the higher education level



Founded in 1962, The American University of Paris (AUP) is a small, undergraduate and Master’s degree-granting institution with a Liberal Arts core, dedicated to the advancement of the Arts & Sciences in an international and multicultural environment. AUP brings together the values of the American higher education system with its location in Paris and Europe. Located at the crossroads of American and European institutions of higher education and research, AUP facilitates its faculty’s development of an international and stimulating professional network. AUP is accredited in the United States of America by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. AUP has cooperative agreements with a number of US and European-based universities.



Candidates should apply online at http://apply.interfolio.com/57486 and include:

  • Cover letter
  • CV
  • Submission of an ePortfolio or Web-based samples of work
  • Names and contact information for 3 referees


Applications should be received by January 13 (extended date) for full consideration.

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