INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN TECHNOLOGIST
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITEIS: The Claremont Online Instructional Design Technologist assumes responsibility for aspects of preparation, testing, implementation, and evaluation of courses offered remotely through a collaborative learning environment. Duties consist of consulting with faculty on educational design, reviewing/designing course structures, and participating in Claremont Online strategic planning. Position reports to the Director of Claremont Online. Work is performed under general supervision with evaluations of job performance based upon accuracy and timely completion of assigned work.
MAJOR/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The Instructional Design Technologist will support distance learning programs by providing technical and andragogical support to faculty related to course design and delivery. S/he will provide assistance to students, faculty, and staff to facilitate Claremont Lincoln administrative requirements related to on-line course offerings and student requirements. The Instructional Design Technologist must be able to interact appropriately with students, faculty and administrative representatives through verbal and electronic mediums.
1. Performs specialized duties in the support of distance learning programs by providing andragogical support to faculty related to course design and delivery.
2. Provides assistance to faculty to facilitate Claremont Lincoln administrative requirements that are related to online course offerings and student requirements.
3. Works with subject matter experts to enhance their skills in the preparation and delivery of online courses.
4. Suggests appropriate strategies for interaction in the online learning environment.
5. Performs checklists for development of new online courses, currently implemented courses and courses needing review at the request of a Dean.
6. Works with Claremont Online staff to develop and publish online tutorials and other guidelines for faculty and staff.
7. Provides support for faculty and students via telephone, email, and/or teleconferencing.
8. Resolves and recommends solutions to problems as they arise related to differences in teaching models, academic disciplines and learning styles
9. Maintains a working relationship with Sakai and Turnitin, which will include technical training and troubleshooting
6. Offers technical training to online faculty.
• Bachelor's degree with coursework in educational technology, instructional design, or other job-related area
• Two years of full time paid computer-related experience, OR a combination of education and/or full-time paid related experience equal to five years
• Experience with Sakai, web-conferencing, and distance education a must.
• Must be able to work flexible hours as needed.
• Must be able and willing to travel and teach at external campuses.
• Must be able to operate a licensed motor vehicle, have access to a dependable motor vehicle, and possess a valid state driver’s license; must have and maintain a satisfactory driving record
Skills and Abilities:
• Accuracy, alertness, precision in working with Sakai and related course tools (e.g., BLOGs, Wikis, HTML, Turnitin, etc.).
• Effective communication skills
• computer skills
• demonstrated organizational skills
• Must be a team player.
This is a full-time non-exempt position with full benefits.
Claremont School of Theology/Claremont Lincoln University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please send resumes to Claremont School of Theology/Claremont Lincoln University, Human Resources Office, 1325 N. College Ave., Claremont, CA 91711; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org  or fax 909-626-7062.