Student and Academic Services
Dean of the Center for Teaching and Learning
Bachelor’s Degree in an education-related field.
Master’s degree in Education.
Two years of related experience in teaching or curriculum development in higher education.
Strong background in instructional technology; training or managing experience a plus.
Copies of all academic transcripts are required. Unofficial copies are acceptable at the time of application. Upon receipt of a conditional offer of employment, a complete set of original transcripts will be required.
DESIRED QUALITIES AND CHARACTERISTICS
1. Demonstrated experience in curriculum development, conducting outcomes assessment studies and program evaluation, including knowledge, ability, and experience in instructional design methodologies, materials, and learning outcomes.
2. Ability and experience in leading and managing personnel.
3. Ability to manage and organize various tasks.
4. Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and written communication skills; strong human relations and ability to maintain collaborative relationships with other professionals.
5. Advanced proficiency in Microsoft software applications; proficiency in other technologies desired.
6. Self-motivated, energetic, and creative individual with proven planning and time-management skills.
7. Highly organized with independent critical thinking skills.
8. High degree of confidentiality and commitment to the College.
Curriculum Planning and Evaluation
1. Evaluate existing curriculum and initiate possible redesign by ensuring that measurable learning outcomes are incorporated.
2. Develop curriculum and materials for current courses; create curriculum and content for future courses.
3. Plan and deliver in-service workshops on curriculum design, learning outcomes, assessment, and active learning, both in person and virtually.
4. Attend appropriate professional meetings or conferences.
5. Promote innovation within the curriculum area; inspire engaging and innovative approaches, timely delivery, and current material, including virtual environments.
6. Collaborate with deans and faculty members in research and design of curriculum to support student learning and program evaluation model.
7. Use reflective tools to facilitate critical reflection on outcomes assessment strategies.
1. Work closely with the Outcomes Assessment Coordinator and the NCC Assessment and Curriculum Committees in achieving the educational goals of the college.
2. Serve as a contact person for faculty, deans, and grant personnel on curriculum procedure questions.
3. Provide support and guidance in day-to-day instruction and implementation of curriculum.
4. Provide information for reports required by the college, state, or federal government in a timely fashion.
1. Participate in the long and short range planning of the College.
2. Serve on and provide leadership to committees as appropriate.
3. Actively participate in state and national organizations as appropriate to division programs and/or college initiatives.
4. Perform other duties as assigned.
$19.00 to $24.00 per hour
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE:
Applications accepted until the position is filled.
ANTICIPATED EMPLOYMENT DATE:
As soon as possible.
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