Gettysburg College is seeking a Senior Instructional Technologist within the Educational Technology Department of Information Technology. This position will work closely with faculty to train and assist them in the innovative uses of technology in pedagogy, course design, and assessment of learning for both in-person and hybrid/blended courses.
Job requirements include:
• Collaborating and consulting with faculty on the development and implementation of innovative digital pedagogical initiatives that enhance inclusive and ADA-compliant learning.
• Investigating, researching, experimenting with, demonstrating, and supporting new, emerging, and innovative technologies
• Learning management system administration, development, training, and consultation
• Supporting the appropriate integration of blended learning techniques and technologies into course design
• Developing and supporting training workshops for faculty
• Supporting the use of hybrid and distance learning initiatives at the College
• Collaborating with the Provost’s office, Musselman Library, the Johnson Center for Creative Teaching & Learning (JCCTL), the Educational Technology Committee and the Writing Center, working to coordinate our shared efforts to enhance tools for teaching, learning and digital scholarship; serving as a liaison to the JCCTL.
• Managing long-term projects with faculty as well as any collaborating offices, committees, or other groups
• Developing and maintaining a program to assess the initiatives spearheaded by the Educational Technology group as well as assisting faculty who need help in assessing and evaluating their own initiatives
• Teaching one course per year in their area of specialty where appropriate
The successful candidate will possess at a minimum a Master’s degree with a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree preferred. Demonstrated experience working with higher education faculty in pedagogy, course design and/or technology is desired. Experience with LMS administration, configuration and training is preferred as well as experience with the use of various web-based content creation tools (text, audio and video). Applicants are encouraged to write in their cover letter how they will support inclusion of all faculty and students and enhance the diversity of educational experiences at the college. Gettysburg College welcomes applicants from traditionally underrepresented groups.
A cover letter that addresses the candidate’s qualifications and resume must be submitted by February 26, 2021.
Last updated: Tuesday, February 9, 2021 00:10 UTC