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Math Frog Coordinator

Date: February 1, 2013
Reports to (Job Title): Business Manager, CEMC
Jobs Reporting (Job Titles): None
Location: Main Campus
Grade: USG 10

Primary Purpose

The incumbent is responsible for the management of all CEMC electronic educational resources.

Assess needs and develop new resources; manage the development cycle; train and provide functional direction to faculty and staff

Key Accountabilities:

1.Create and manage the academic content and technical implementation of electronic learning resources from elementary school level to graduate program level.



2.Develop ideas for new and/or complementary resources.



3.Disseminate knowledge of new teaching and learning technologies



4.Assess needs of the educational community



5.Create technological resources for various CEMC outreach programs

Position Requirements


Bachelor’s Degree (in education, mathematics or computer science)


Extensive experience developing and managing electronic and online educational materials and training


MS Word Excel PowerPoint Other
Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate

Advanced experience with mathematical software packages (e.g., MAPLE, Matlab)


Advanced experience with other software packages (audio and video editing, etc.) used in the development of electronic and online educational resources (e.g., LaTeX, Flash, Adobe Creative Suite)


Advanced skills communicating technical and non-technical topics to a variety of audiences


Excellent communication skills, problem solving; enthusiasm for innovation

Nature and Scope

Interpersonal Skills:



CEMC Director and Associate Directors

CEMC faculty and staff

Associate Dean Admissions and Outreach

Other faculty in the Faculty of Mathematics

Co-op students




Elementary and secondary school teachers and administrators across Canada

Distance and continuing education

Math Faculty Computing Facility (MFCF)

Computer Science Computing Facility (CSCF)

Information Systems and Technology (IST)

Level of Responsibility:

Decision-Making Authority:

Physical and Sensory Demands:

Working Environment:

Travel:  Occasional travel required.

Working Hours:  Regular working hours, evening work required on average 2 days/year.

Risks  – physical and psychological:

Physical risks


Psychological risks

No significant risks