1) Work closely with faculty and staff within all schools and divisions across the University to partner in creating face-to-face professional programs with a focus on non-credit programming.
2) Work with corporations to create/develop custom learning solutions and opportunities.
3) Implement instructional plans for executive or professional degree programs and initiatives and act as a liaison between the program and program participants.
4) Collaborate with unit leadership to build new capabilities across the enterprise and be part of the team that drives innovation across degree and non-degree courses and programming.
5) Develop and document policies and procedures for instructional design of new non-credit and professional degree programs. 6) May also conduct research, analyze data and perform other tasks related to professional or organizational development requests from specific units at the university.
1) Ability to plan, design, develop and evaluate engaging learning / training objectives.
2) Ability to manage a complex workload, prioritize tasks and use good judgment in providing services based on a strategic goal.
3) Ability to assume ownership and responsibility for the needs of faculty and instructors.
Primary Work Location (TBD)
1) Hyde Park Campus
2) Cityfront Location: 455 N. Cityfront Plaza
1) Demonstrated ability to express course material and pedagogic goals for a non-traditional audience including professionals and executives at various career and expertise levels.
2) Demonstrated expertise with instructional design methodologies, pedagogical issues and best practices for the classroom, online and hybrid learning.
3) Expert knowledge of learning management systems and various classroom and online learning technologies.
2) Cover Letter
3) Contact Information (3) Professional References
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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