Laboratory Technology Course Developer

The Laboratory Technology Course Developer is responsible for the development of a specified Laboratory Technology course(s). Course development will include selecting, creating, and organizing course materials for every lesson taught in a course according to the objectives specified in the Illinois Community College Board approved course outline for the designated course. This position is also responsible for creating online content for the specified course(s). The exact requirements and course(s) developed through this position will be specified in an individual contract to be executed for the duration of the position. Once the terms of the contract are fulfilled, this position will be inactivated. Courses for which development is required include: LBT221 Applied Microbiology, LBT251 Introduction to Analytical Chemistry, and LBT252 Introduction to Instrumental Analysis. Additional information about these courses is available by copying the following links to the Illinois Community College Board approved course outlines. LBT221, Applied Microbiology, LBT251, Introduction to Analytical Chemistry, LBT252, Introduction to Instrumental Analysis, *This position is 100% grant funded. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree plus at least two years of experience in a field directly related to the subject matter of the course being developed. Master's degree preferred. Teaching experience preferred. Experience with online instruction preferred.