Design, develop and deliver training sessions on instructional best practices and professional development topics. Coordinate the logistics of training, including: scheduling the event, location and equipment, marketing, and registering participants. Provide one-on-one assistance to all college employees. Develop and maintain appropriate resources on the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology Web page, including training manuals, job aids and tutorials. Act as the subject matter expert to the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology, and to the college as a whole, to establish instructional design standards. Incorporate instructional design methodology into faculty and staff professional development offerings. Represent the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology on the Faculty Development Learning Excellence Team on issues related to faculty curriculum development. Partner with faculty, staff and administrators to offer a variety of training activities through the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology. Perform other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Education or related field required. Masters in Instructional Design preferred. Two years related experience in education, training, or curriculum development. Experience in instructional design and curriculum development highly preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of application software, including word processing, database, spreadsheets, presentation, browser and communications software. Familiarity with web-based training and/or education preferred.