Instructional Designer-Full Time Tenure
Salary: $57,206.61-$65,822.11 Annual
Job Category: FT-Faculty
Under the direction of the Vice President of Academic Services, this position will coordinate all activities in the Technology, Education, and Collaboration Center (TECC). This includes working with faculty on the design and development of accessible instructional content for all courses with an emphasis on support for online and hybrid deliveries, and conducting research on emerging technologies for use in an academic setting. This is an 11 -month tenure-track faculty position. Must be available to work flexible hours including evening or weekend hours as required. Assignment may include instruction of courses in faculty member's discipline.
A comprehensive benefit plan includes faculty negotiated Medical, Dental, and Vision for the employee and family members; a $50,000 life insurance for employee with additional family coverage available; participation in the State Teachers' Retirement System (STRS) and 457/403b tax shelter retirement plans.
Education and Experience:
An earned Master's degree in Instructional Design/Technology or Educational Technology OR the equivalent.
Experience designing and producing campus and program websites, web graphics, web resources and other digital course materials
Experience in project management including managing time, establishing priorities, distributing responsibilities, meeting milestones and deliverables and ability to manage multiple projects and activities simultaneously
Knowledge of emerging technologies as related to teaching and learning
Knowledge of and experience developing accessible course content in online course management systems (i.e. Moodle and Canvas)
Experience working in instructional technology at the college level or equivalent
Experience with a broad range of technology based teaching tools
Demonstrate knowledge of current theories and best practices in the design and implementation of hybrid and online courses
Proven ability to manage and meet deadlines
Ability to maintain records specific to duties
Ability to identify technology needs and recommend appropriate solutions (hardware and software)
Knowledge of adult learning theories, distance learning principles and accessible instructional delivery methods.
Online and/or traditional teaching experience in higher education
Experience training college faculty in instructional technologies and design of course content for online delivery
A minimum of two years of experience developing web based courses
Accomplished instructional designer and technologist with the ability to coordinate a successful campus training program; ability to train and support others in instructional and administrative technologies, ability to maintain records, and ability to assist faculty to ensure LCC online and hybrid courses are learner-centered, legally compliant, and accessible to all students.
Faculty, Full-Time Tenure, 11-Month
In order for any foreign degree to be considered towards meeting any minimum qualifications requirement, it must be accompanied by a transcript evaluation provided by a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) member agency. NACES member agencies may be found at: www.NACES.org.) It is the responsibility of the applicant to provide a complete application packet with required attachments for each position.
All Applications will be held strictly confidentiality. Applicants are evaluated by the appropriate administrator and a review committee. Applicants determined to be the most qualified for the position will be invited for an interview at their own expense.
Provide consultation on the design, development, implementation, and assessment of learner-centered courses in the traditional, hybrid, and online learning environments
Keep abreast of emerging multimedia, instructional technologies, and accessibility requirements
Develop and deliver technical training sessions and workshops to faculty and staff on accessible instructional and administrative technologies
Assist faculty with support in the use of college learning systems such as Moodle and Canvas
Explore and support the use of instructional design theory, instructional technology, technology tools, and media to enhance learning and interaction
Collaborate with faculty to create high quality and accessible instructional materials utilizing varied technologies including audio, video, web, animation, and photo
Manage DECT Grant and process alternate media requests from instructors (captioning, braille, enlargements, screen readers, etc.)
Ability to teach as needed
Energetic, dedicated faculty member who is interested in program development
Demonstrated experience in instruction of applicable discipline.
Customer service driven and results oriented
Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills
Ability to work with designed computer programs and systems.
Ability to understand and work within the mission and philosophy of the California Community College System.
Ability to work effectively and harmoniously with students and colleagues.
Knowledge of adult learning theory and accessibility requirements.
Ability to efficiently use teaching aids and technology in the classroom.
Sensitivity and responsiveness to the diverse backgrounds of community college students
Required Documents: Cover Letter, Other, Resume/CV, Unofficial Transcripts (Degree Posted)