Curriculum Technology Manager - MSW Online Program

This Curriculum Technology Manager (CTM) will be responsible for technology solutions used to deliver curriculum to our Master's Social Work (MSW) students and faculty using online teaching methods. The MSW is a new online degree program we will be launching soon at Chamberlain University.

This is a fully virtual (remote) position.

This position partners with Chamberlain and Global Shared Operations (GSO) colleagues to research new instructional technologies, assess their effectiveness, recommend products for adoption, and facilitate the implementation of selected technologies.

The CTM works collaboratively with the GSO team in the planning, development, and production of curriculum materials, processes and best practices that are evaluated and acknowledged to be highly effective in improving student outcomes. Additionally, this position is responsible for the management of select processes used by the GSO, faculty, and students.

The purpose of the CTM role is to continuously improve student outcomes through the seamless integration of Chamberlain faculty experience and expertise with excellent curriculum design and delivery.

    Manage course development, implementation, maintenance, and on-going evaluation of new instructional technology to deliver post-licensure and graduate program curriculum. Manages a document repository for online courses including course maps, syllabi, templates for learning platform and specific course materials. Maintains repository with user friendly file nomenclature and insures that shared documents are consistently updated. Manages quality of courses through maintenance, major corrections and repairs. Involve GSO colleagues in selecting or designing and evaluating instructional materials to meet student learning needs. Coordinate processes to assure faculty involvement in selecting, designing, and evaluating instructional materials. Monitor professional research and disseminate new ideas, information and best practices to others. Ensure the use of appropriate technology in the teaching-learning process by evaluating and selecting technology to help students meet learning needs. Obtain and use evaluative findings (including student achievement data) to examine effectiveness of technologies used to deliver the curriculum. Conduct research and consult with leadership and instructional design representatives in the selection and use of instructional technology. Collaborate with GSO team in the review/assessment of current curriculum to ensure that technologies in use are supporting student achievement of course outcomes. Use evaluations data to make recommendations for technology based course and/or curriculum improvement on an annual basis. Work with the GSO team to assist faculty in implementing new instructional technology. Actively pursue opportunities to continue to learn best practices in curriculum development and implementation through research, professional development, and other learning opportunities. Completes other duties as assigned.

Critical features of this job are described under Responsibilities. They may be, however, subject to change at any time due to reasonable accommodation or other reasons.

  • A master's degree from a regionally accredited institution required.
  • Some teaching experience required, including experience with online teaching.
  • Experience working successfully with technology in academia.
  • Online course development and maintenance experience required; experience working with Canvas (or another LMS) required
  • Knowledge of current techniques and procedures used in the design, development, and delivery of curriculum and instruction.
  • Excellent computer (Microsoft office) and presentation skills.
  • Experience and certifications with one or more of the following preferred:
    • Learning Management systems
    • Electronic Assessment applications
    • Multimedia and audio visual technologies
    • Project Lifecycle methodology
    • Excellent project management skills
  • Ability to:
    • communicate effectively both orally and in writing in order to develop, present, and promote projects;
    • work independently; prioritize work and meet deadlines;
    • evaluate instructional programs and teaching effectiveness;
    • implement policy and procedures; interpret data and evaluate the effectiveness of programs and make recommendations for improvements; and provide leadership to facilitate the planning, development, and establishment of new, modified and/or improved programs that leverage instructional technology.
  • Demonstration of application of active learning strategies through use of instructional technology in prior teaching experiences.
  • Ability to work effectively and productively in a remote location.
  • Demonstrated success in both campus and online teaching, and should possess high-level of training skills, communications, and organizational skills.
  • Team player with positive attitude, energy, dedication to collaboration and consistently model our values is required.
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