Online Instructional Developer
Location: 901 Eden Road, Lancaster, PA
Candidates must meet the following minimum requirements:
- Bachelors Degree required; Master’s degree desired.
- Academic degree(s) in instructional design, educational technology, adult education or a related discipline.
- 5 years of practical training or teaching experience working with adult learners.
- Experience in web-based course development or instructional technology.
- Experience In computer graphics, video and audio preferred.
Candidates will need to possess the following skills:
- Skilled in the use of a computer for course design including course management software.
- Ability to transform complex information into professionally produced effective instruction.
- Ability to express instructional content using graphical, video and audio techniques.
- Knowledge or familiarity with visual display design principles.
- Skills in teaching, writing and lesson development.
- Ability to prioritize, schedule and meet deadlines.
- Ability to work independently and with teams.
- Possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
- Desire to continuously learn new features of development tools and software.
- Evidence of “goal-oriented” performance.
- High attention to detail.
Essential Duties, Responsibilities, and Functions:
- Design and develop online courses in cooperation with faculty members using a systematic instructional design.
- Pioneer practical and innovative educational approaches in online course development.
- Identify instructional design challenges and work with faculty to implement solutions.
- Assist in planning and delivery of faculty training.
- Provide on the job training and work with student instructional design and production assistants.
- Create and implement learning templates for use by faculty in course development.
- Provide technical support with online learning platforms for students and faculty.
- Provide information to faculty regarding policies and procedures for online course development.
- Assist in the use of course management software for faculty in the classroom.
- In collaboration with faculty, proofread and edit online course materials for quality, readability, consistency and effectiveness of instruction.
- Develop assessment tools and assist in the assessment and revision of online courses as needed.
- Keep abreast of current training technologies and software.
- Attend regular staff meetings.
Lancaster Bible College is committed to treating others equally without regard to race, color, national origin, gender (except where gender is a bona fide occupational qualification), age, disability, or veteran status.