Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and time management skills
Experience with Instructional Systems Design and Quality Assessment techniques (e.g. ADDIE, QM, OLC Quality Framework, C-RAC Hallmarks etc.)
Work effectively with faculty, staff and the college community
Demonstrate computer fluency
Knowledge of online instructional design and development standards including, but not limited to: SCORM, AICC and WCAG 2.0 (or latest version)
Strong instructional, analytical and problem solving skills
Experience with the library research and open educational resources
Demonstrated experience with a Course Management System (Blackboard preferred)
Supports faculty in the design, development and assessment of online courses in a systematic fashion using instructional media and distance education best practices.
Assesses the needs of the faculty and students related to course outcomes in order to link the design and delivery of online courses to Accreditation requirements and promote student success.
Assists faculty with Outcome/Content/Assessment alignment and the development of assessments that evaluate student performance in higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy and promote academic integrity
Evaluates the accessibility of existing online course content, assists faculty in updating existing content to meet current accessibility standards and ensures that newly developed content meets current accessibility standards
Works closely with faculty and the library staff to select course materials and electronic resources for online course development.
Works closely with the Divisions, Adjunct Coordinators and Faculty Excellence Coordinator to provide professional development and assessment support.
Trains and mentors faculty on distance education best practices and the use of online software, systems and resources for both credit and non-credit instruction.
Promotes and assesses quality standards with regard to the development of learning support materials, online courses and professional development.
Provides face-to face, phone, e-mail and online support for faculty and students.
Prepares reports and communications.
Attends meetings and other activities to represent the Office of Distance Education and provide professional development as needed.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
EDUCATION REQUIRED: Master’s degree in a discipline taught at the college.
EDUCATION PREFERRED: Master’s degree in Instructional Design, Educational Technology or related field.
Minimum of two years’ experience teaching online classes with knowledge of online course development.
Minimum of two years’ experience in a Distance Learning environment, preferably using the Blackboard 9.1 course management software.
Experience in accessing academic library resources: electronic, media, database, and other library resources.
Internal Number: B73
About Rowan College at Burlington County
Rowan College at Burlington County, a comprehensive community college, provides all individuals access to affordable and quality education.