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Instructional Program Manager I - 290d.1314

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Department

Lifelong Learning & Community Engagement

Responsibilities

Under the general supervision of LLCE's Assistant Vice Chancellor, this individual will: 

  • Ensure that instructors are trained in LLCE Online Degree and Certificate Programs policies and procedures, and provide support and guidance to instructors as needed.
  • Design, develop, and implement appropriate professional development programs and activities for instructors related to ODCP goals and adult learning theory and best practices.
  • Provides course development and user support for online courses.
  • Provide pedagogical and instructional design consultation and support services to assist instructors to effectively deliver instruction, with an emphasis on online courses.
  • Develop and facilitate workshops and one-on-one training for instructors in online teaching.
  • Assist instructors in incorporating multimedia in online courses along with new technologies and strategies.
  • Advise and assist instructors in the design and development of online materials and evaluating new instructional software.
  • Support instructors, students and staff with the use of D2L.
  • Maintain effective relationships with other academic departments whose courses are offered through ODCP and from where instructors might be identified.
  • Oversee the course evaluation process for all ODCP courses using Qualtrics.
  • Administer Ungerboeck registration system, write Crystal reports, and manage other technology tools used by LLCE’s Personal and Professional Development Programs.
  • Administer Filemaker database and manage other technology tools used by LLCE’s Online Degree and Certificate Programs.
  • Work with staff to incorporate new technologies and strategies.
  • Develop and facilitate workshops and one-on-one training for staff.
  • Teach one course for a BAS or BLS program per semester.

Requirements

  • A Master’s Degree with the credentials to be able to teach a major course in the BAS or BLS program at an institution of higher education.
  • Knowledge of adult learning theory and programs.
  • Experience in instructional design methods and technologies.
  • Experience and advanced working knowledge of D2L or Blackboard.
  • Experience consulting with faculty and conducting training.
  • Excellent problem solving, interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
  • Experience with PeopleSoft or similar student database program.
  • Knowledge of applications to create instructional materials, such as Camtasia.
  • Experience and advanced working knowledge in writing Crystal Reports.
  • Knowledge of the Quality Matters rubric. QM Peer Reviewer certification preferred.
  • The incumbent must demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively with diverse University faculty, instructors and staff in a variety of subject areas. 
  • Ability to work independently, but also have a collaborative attitude to work within a team.
  • Ability to connect and communicate with a nontraditional adult student population.
  • Experience and/or coursework in instructional technology and providing computing support at a college or university.

Preferences

Experience working with FileMaker and Ungerboeck software systems.

Starting Date

03/31/2014, or as soon as possible

Salary

Competitive

Terms of Appointment

Annual Contract - Contingent on Funding

Application Deadline

Review of files will begin 03/01/2014, and continue until position is filled.

How to Apply

Send letter of application, resume, and contact information for five references to:

Cynthia Brun, Online Degree & Certificate Programs
Division of Lifelong Learning & Community Engagement
(920) 424-1458
brunc@uwosh.edu

 

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is committed to recruiting, supporting and fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff and students, and is an AA/EEO Employer.

Employment will require a criminal background check. UW Oshkosh complies with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act with regard to nondiscrimination on the basis of arrest and/or conviction record.

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Human Resources - University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
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