Rockcliffe University Consortium is an online organization dedicated to the advancement of technology in education. Rockcliffeâ€™s uniqueness is in how we make use of accessible technology to support adult learner education that is affordable on a teacherâ€™s salary, and scalable on a studentâ€™s budget. Our goal is to provide a supportive environment which allows professional instructors, designers, and developers to prototype new ideas for understanding digital literacy skills for a digital future using mixed reality based technologies.
Rockcliffe maintains no paid staff. Rockcliffeâ€™s events and services are supported by dozens of volunteers throughout North America and Europe. Member involvement is vital to the success of the association. Rockcliffe volunteers have the unique opportunity to engage with other members internationally while impacting trends, issues and services available for educational professionals.
Volunteering with Rockcliffe is an investment in your career, which provides you with unique learning and leadership opportunities.
Rockcliffe has a new Director opening on our Board of Directors to advise and assist with community development between Rockcliffe and technology companies that are focused on design and education applications including, but not limited to, cloud and mobile based architectures, mixed reality simulations and gaming, and/or upcoming advancements.
This volunteer opportunity would allow an interested person to initiate and maintain effective relationship between technology companies, Rockcliffe, and its members to ensure that the consortium grows in influence, size and usefulness to its members.
The ideal candidate is a persistent, self-starter, and creative individual who will learn about Rockcliffe member needs, maintain current knowledge of Rockcliffe services, and work to raise awareness about Rockcliffe with the technology community.
As a web-based virtual service Rockcliffe is extremely flexible. Outside of scheduled meetings and conferences, you would set your own schedule with the expectation of providing at least 12 hours of service per month in support of this role.
In this role you will provide advice and guidance to the Rockcliffe Board on
- Current and trending technology which would be of benefit to our members
- Research technology companies and identify key stakeholders
- Help maintain and expand a database of contacts
- Recommend speakers on new technologies for consideration at upcoming forums, discussions, and conferences
We would like to speak with you if you:
- Have a proven track record in developing key senior contacts with both large and small technology companies
- Have a demonstrated ability to be customer focused, highly responsive and a team player
- Can make a 2 year commitment to this position
The Technology Advisor is not an employee of Rockcliffe and is not compensated monetarily. Rockcliffe Board Members are expected to maintain an active Rockcliffe Professional Membership throughout their tenure and are required to attend the bi-annual general meeting and conference in person.
Desired Skills and Experience
Professional Partnership Development
Higher Education, Professional Training & Coaching
Board of Directors, Advisory