ADMINISTRATIVE & PROFESSIONAL STAFF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Position #FY 12-93
June 13, 2012
HIRING UNIT: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
TITLE/RANK: Specialist-Instructional Design and Technologist (2 positions)
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: Under general supervision of the Manager, this position consults with faculty members on instructional design projects, with particular focus on the creation of online and hybrid learning activities, including online/hybrid courses and programs; assists in designing, coordinating, and delivering faculty, staff and student training workshops and programs; coordinates events with other campus groups, such as the Faculty Development Council, the Office of Assessment, Educational Outreach, and the Graduate School; works with faculty and other IDs to research and implement instructional design strategies within curricula; researches current trends in online learning and educational technologies, establishes their pedagogical applications, and consults with faculty members on their introduction in their curriculum; represents ITS and SIUE in regional, state, and national conferences and organizations; assists in developing policies for online/hybrid courses and programs, and helps establish evaluation procedures, and implement continuous improvement; consults to ensure all online/hybrid and technology enhanced courses meet all applicable standards and regulations.
TERMS OF APPOINTMENT: Professional staff; bargaining; regular; 12 months; 100%
SOURCE OF FUNDS: Local
SALARY RANGE: $52,218 annually
QUALIFICATIONS: Years of experience may be concurrent. 1. Master's degree in Instructional Design or related field. 2. One to three years of experience with instructional design and online/hybrid learning strategies and implementation, preferably in Higher Education. 3. One to three years of experience with academic technologies and their application. 4. One to three years of experience with LMSs, preferably Blackboard. 5. One to three years of experience of training, preferably in Higher Education. 6. One to three years of professional experience using WIN and MAC OSs and Microsoft Office products. 7. Must be able to handle numerous projects concurrently and meet appropriate deadlines. 8. Experience in a collaborative atmosphere, excellent brain-storming capabilities, detail-oriented, and the ability to accept constructive criticism. 9. Must be self-motivated and flexible in accepting duties and instruction. 10. Experience with Internet browsers, web page design concepts, multimedia design skills, digital video and audio, and other relevant technology. 11. Ability to learn complex new technologies quickly and independently. 12. Ability to explain complex ideas and technologies to non-technical individuals in a clear and understandable manner. 13. Must be able to communicate effectively in a variety of settings with individuals with a wide range of knowledge, skills, and experience. 14. Must have excellent time management skills.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Preference will be given to applications submitted by July 12, 2012. However, the search will continue until the position is filled.
SUBMIT LETTER OF APPLICATION, RESUME, TRANSCRIPT, AND REFERENCES TO:
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Campus Box 1068
Edwardsville, IL 62026-1068
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