The Manager, Instructional Technology & Learning works collaboratively across the School, University and with third-party educational providers to support faculty in the design, development and deployment of courses, including those in blended and distance learning classrooms based on the ADDIE model. Provides leadership in the development of strategic approaches for the integration of technology into the educational environments of the school.
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
- Project Leader/Advisor B
- Commensurate with experience
Required Education and Experience
Master's degree or equivalent, in Instructional design, Instructional Systems Design, Educational Technology or the equivalent with an emphasis on online course development using adult learning theory principals and technology
3-5 years of relevant experience
The candidate should have knowledge of the instructional design and pedagogy of online learning and the technologies appropriate to it. This includes technologies such as Learning Management Systems and associated tools for conducting virtual classes, webinars or recording videos
Experience with current learning technologies including wikis, blogging, and online collaborative tools
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Demonstrated creativity, initiative and strong work ethic
Ability to work with minimal supervision a must
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