Northern Michigan University
Visit https://employMe.nmu.edu to obtain additional information and apply for the Instructional Technologist vacancy. Under the supervision of the Director of Instructional Design and Technology (IDT), the Instructional Technologist provides instructional design guidance and technical support to facilitate pedagogically sound integration of technology into NMU courses and programs.
Minimum qualifications: Master’s Degree in Instructional/Educational Technology or closely related discipline. Two years' work experience with information technologies for teaching. Two years' work experience with multi-media resources, tools, instructional applications for various computer platforms, web-based course templates, and web-based course design and implementation. Two years' work experience with distance education models, pedagogy, evaluation and faculty development. One year of work experience in technical administration and support for a course management system, including course creation (preferred) OR one year of work experience in technical administration and support for similar web-based systems AND experience as a course management system end user. Demonstrated supervisory experience.
Knowledge/skills/abilities required: Competency in learning theories, instructional design principles, communication theory and educational technology. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to communicate technical issues to a non-technical audience. Familiarity with computer servers, various operating software and network environments. Excellent customer service skills and team building skills. Ability to troubleshoot hardware and software issues.
This position is variable shift/days; evening and weekend work required. The targeted salary range: $43,100-$52,200.
Submit NMU staff application, cover letter and resume utilizing our on-line application process by accessing https://employMe.nmu.edu. All required application materials must be submitted electronically by July 29, 2013.
Entry added by Thomas Gillespie
- Friday, 26 July 2013, 8:03 PM
Last updated - Friday, 26 July 2013, 8:04 PM