Director of e-Learning
The position of DIRECTOR OF e-LEARNING is available in the Learning Resource Center. This position is on a full-time, 12-month basis working under the direction of the Associate Vice President of Curriculum and Assessment.
FUNCTION: Responsible to provide visionary leadership in all aspects of online program and course design. Collaborate with faculty and academic leadership to create and sustain effective online programs and courses that meet the needs of traditional and non-traditional students, including under-served populations. Specific responsibilities include: providing leadership to administrators and faculty in all aspects of online program development and course design, including innovative instructional design, open educational resources , and academic technology; managing the development and assessment of online programs and courses in consultation with Department Chairs and faculty; developing and leading faculty development in best practices in online course design and management to maintain a culture of high quality online learning; ensuring that timely and accurate information regarding e-learning is available to all constituencies via the college’s website, portal, and other means; coordinating feedback and reviewing of online courses and programs; overseeing the administration of the BlackBoard Course Management System; chairing Distance Learning and other e-Learning committees; working with academic leadership to manage student learning outcomes assessment in online courses; collecting, analyzing and disseminating statistical information about enrollments, credits, and revenues each semester, and communicating results to the supervisor and other staff in Academic Affairs; conducting program research and market needs analysis for flexible learning and distance learning programs; contributing to the preparation of marketing materials and publicity campaigns that promote awareness and enrollment in e-Learning programs; developing and coordinating support services for students in online courses; serving as “representative” to Maryland Online; supervising Instructional Design, Learning Resource Center and Learning Technology Administrator; evaluating online courses in support of the college-wide retention effort for students in online courses; identifying sources of grant funding and preparing grant material to promote college use of and resources for e-Learning technologies and performing other duties as assigned
REQUIREMENTS: Master’s Degree (in education or distance learning preferred) and three years of teaching or administrative experience in higher learning education; three years’ experience working with online delivery systems and technology; demonstrated skills in online program and course development and the administration of learning management systems. Demonstrated understanding of learning science and online pedagogies. Strong supervisory and leadership skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
SALARY: Grade 13 on the 12-Month Salary Scale. Minimum starting salary range: $61,012 - $81,828, with actual placement based on credentials. Excellent fringe benefit package.
APPLICATION PROCESS: To be considered, interested applicants must submit a cover letter to include minimum salary required and resume postmarked by October 13, 2017 to the Human Resources Department at Carroll Community College, 1601 Washington Road, Westminster, Maryland 21157 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. In order to qualify for employment, candidates must successfully complete a criminal background check.