Closes: Thursday, June 20, 2019
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution, 2 years of higher education or training and development experience and over two years of experience developing and/or support with computers, software packages, and internet technologies.
Candidates must be team players, creative, have good communication skills, and the knowledge and application of emerging technologies and associated software in the teaching/learning process.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Characteristics:
* Knowledge and application of emerging technologies and associate software
* Ability to apply technology in teaching/learning process
* Competency in applying and using computer and emerging technologies
* Knowledge of learning theories in development and application of instruction
* Ability to interact and provide information to individuals or groups with diverse background
* Listening skills
Typical office environment; may travel to other campuses and overnight travel to conferences and seminars
Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution, teaching experience.
Instructional Developer II position available for Online Learning serving Central Campus.
Overview of Department/ Division
The Online Learning department is an instructional area that collaborates with all college divisions, faculty, staff and services to support the development of quality Online Learning initiatives and best practices in teaching, learning and assessment.
Supports CPCC faculty in the development and delivery of quality online and hybrid courses using research-based standards and effective and innovative e-learning tools and instructional strategies that promote student success.
This position is responsible for producing quality online course design and development for both curriculum and non-curriculum requests at the college. The Instructional Developer II must have a working knowledge of various learning technologies with greatest importance related to instructional design, adult learning, and quality metrics. They must also be comfortable learning new technologies as this field is constantly evolving. This position requires defined verbal and written communication skills, as well as, being comfortable working with individuals and groups.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Assists instructors in aligning instructional and assessment strategies to student learning outcomes in
online and hybrid courses and/or programs.
2. Provides training on Blackboard and Moodle, or similar technology, to faculty and staff.
3. Partners with instructors to build course content.
4. Provides training to instructors at assigned campus(es) for technology needs.
5. Keeps up to date with new software products that will enhance online/hybrid instruction.
6. Participates in quality review of online and hybrid courses and/or programs.
7. Assists instructors with implementation of best practices in course design and delivery.
8. Consults with faculty and staff to identify instructional development needs; provides direction and guidance regarding content, instructional design, and media selection.
9. Performs other duties as assigned.
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