Oral Roberts University is a non-profit organization whose staff and faculty actually make a difference in the lives of its students. We pride ourselves on our culture and the values we uphold. Our team is passionate about what we do, and we want you to make us even better!
CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR ALL POSITIONS UNTIL OCTOBER 1, 2019.
- Full Time
The Instructional Technology Coordinator insures that all online course materials are properly built, deployed and assigned to faculty. This role manages the quality control and maintenance of courses developed for online or residential programs. This role manages the conversion of legacy courses into current online templates and to administer the project management and instructional design processes. This role is responsible to stay current with campus-supported and other potential educational technologies and is responsible for the technical development of assigned projects and instructional applications.
- Performs and administers all course copying, regular course maintenance, and troubleshooting of systems for updated courses, and maintains daily operations spreadsheets.
- Copies courses and creates quizzes through the University's Learning Management System, D2L. Schedules, trains, and coordinates student workers in this process.
- Develops and maintains quality control checks on all courses being launched each term, and notifies faculty of their D2L access.
- Is responsible for, organizes, and supervises all technical conversion of legacy courses, with respect to updated formats, templates, and Americans with Disability Act (ADA) compliance.
- Uses Desire to Learn (D2L) at a Master level to insure all approved Instructional Design review processes are followed. Creates quizzes using Respondus, linking Cengage Mindtap to a D2L course, deploying Zoom technology to share one's screen with remote viewers.
- Answers questions from students, staff and faculty for the Instructional Design department.
- Communicates with faculty by email and telephone to answer inquiries related to online course access and troubleshooting.
- Supports the work of instructional designers to build out new courses within D2L by researching and implementing the technology required for the course.
- Continually improves all instructional technology procedures and practices to meet all assigned instructional deliverables and deadlines.
- Assists the Project Manager to provide monthly, quarterly and annual reports on course development and team productivity.
- Ability to work with ambiguity in a fast-paced environment and make independent decisions while being outcomes-oriented.
- Performs other reasonable duties as assigned by the Associate Vice President of Online & Lifelong Learning, the Assistant Dean, or the Director of Online Programs.
- Answers emails involving troubleshooting Brightspace for online Faculty and students.
- Determines course of action to remedy situations and implements any needed changes.
- Determines if technology or other changes are needed. Researches and implements those changes.
For Course Launch the following is done every 7 to 8 weeks
- Creates and organizes lists of courses for copying components.
- Edits and sets-up courses for launch (Add/remove/update dates, content, files, links, videos, etc)
- Manages list of e-portfolio/wpa links and links courses to correct e-portfolio/wpa sections
- Gives online professors access to courses along with an email detailing any changes to be aware of
- Handles and sets-up special access and approved accommodations for students
Other projects handled in conjunction with Course Launch
- Supervises, coordinates, and provides instructions for projects for student workers
- Works with the design team in building out new courses (copying components, setting up quizzes/exams, linking course files, etc). Responsible for researching and staying up-to-date of technology in order to determine and implement needed changes.
- Communicates with bookstore about correct textbook editions being used in courses and updates syllabi based on information.
- Researches and implements new technology and programs for team use (examples include: Wrike, Asana, Adobe, Brightspace, Kaltura)
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIREMENT: Bachelor's Degree in a related field from an accredited University and 1 year of instructional technology experience.
- One year of experience with managing clerical or digital communication projects.
- Requires strong technical aptitude is required, accuracy of data entry, critical thinking, strong oral and written communication skills, ability to multi-task, and strong interpersonal skills.
- Expert using Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
- Must have working knowledge of Abode Document Cloud, using Dreamweaver (.html), Acrobat Pro (.pdf), and Soft Chalk lesson creator.
- Experience working with an LMS, preferably Desire to Learn (D2L) to perform basic tasks to adapt course elements (uploading documents, assignment and quiz dates, page content). Knowledge of SCT Banner software beneficial.
- Ability to input large amounts of data via computer into course management system.
- Must be a quick learner and a self-starter with ability to work with minimal supervision in fast-paced environment.
- Must have strong technical writing and editing.
- Must maintain a high level of confidentiality of information.
- Must be able to maintain a professional demeanor at all times.
- Maintains compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) policy and it's procedures.
- Maintains compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in placement of content in courses
Benefits & Perks
Great Company Culture. Enjoy a Christian atmosphere.
Make No Little Plans Here. Everything you do makes a difference.
Great Team Members. People you'll enjoy being around.
Improve Your Health. Free access to the on-campus aerobic center.
Stay Sharp. Access to the ORU library and discounted tuition for yourself and dependents.
Rest and Relaxation. 10 days of paid vacation, 5 sick days and 10 days of paid holidays.
Fair Compensation. Based on your skills and experience.
Benefits. Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, matched retirement savings and tuition for yourself and dependents.
PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS will include but not be limited to: Sitting, standing, walking, bending, stooping, manual dexterity for use of office machines and electronic equipment. Must have the ability to hear clearly and distinctly for purposes of developing material and effective communication with students, faculty, and staff, both in person and through electronic means. Vision to include: near, far, and ability to distinguish colors and depth perception.
Oral Roberts University employs, advances, admits, and treats in its employment and educational programs all persons without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, status as a veteran or genetic information.
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