The following position reporting to David Goodrum, Director, Instructional Tehcnology Systems and Services is being
posted externally. If interested, you must apply online at https://jobs.iu.edu/
Refer to job number #7122.
Manager, Online Instructional Design & Development - PA4IT
Description and Responsibilities:
Will form and grow a new technology unit named Online Instructional Design and Development (OIDD) in support of the new IU Online initiative (www.iuonline.edu; see announcement at http://newsinfo.iu.edu/news/page/normal/23061.html).
Develops and implements strategic goals, objectives, and operational plans for all aspects of the UITS OIDD unit in Bloomington and Indianapolis. Plans, organizes, schedules, and manages the work of the OIDD full and part-time staff as well as the work of outside contractors and vendors. Establishes and implements practices, procedures, and workflows in conformance with university and UITS strategic and operational plans to provide design and development assistance and direct support to faculty and programs creating and conducting online courses.
Provides leadership and guidance to UITS and departmental staff for online course design and development; and provides university-wide leadership in best practices, creation and delivery methods for online courses. Works closely with the Office of Online Education and both the teaching centers and librarians on all IU campuses in the support of programs and faculty pursuing the creation of online courses. Manages and supervises all staff actions; and manages processes for OIDD project management and activity tracking.
REQUIRED: Bachelors degree and five years of recent relevant experience in online education design and development, including one year supervisory experience.
Demonstrated thorough understanding of best practices for the design, development, delivery, and teaching of online courses from both pedagogical and technical perspectives. Broad familiarity with methods, approaches, and existing and emerging technologies for supporting faculty in the design and development of online learning in higher education. Previous customer service experience; ability to manage professional staff; and experience in identifying, evaluating and testing technologies suitable for producing online learning.
Possess a sound understanding of Windows and Macintosh platforms, Microsoft Office, and Adobe products, content authoring, and media production; and excellent knowledge of web design best practices including those related to accessibility. Excellent written and oral communication and presentations skills for a wide variety of audiences; self-directed and ability to juggle competing priorities with short deadlines; demonstrated ability to learn new online technologies; and excellent interpersonal skills.
Preferred: Masters degree.
Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment institution.