Member Job Post Archive
The WCET Member Job Post Archive is a new resource, which allows you to view all previously distributed member position announcements. While many of the positions in the archive, especially the older ones, are likely to be closed, they are available to use as example posts for your institution to use when writing new job descriptions.
Additionally, member job posts now list the date that they were posted on our website on the positions themselves. These dates will help you to see which are newer and may still be open, and which are from years past.
WCET Members have previously looked to fill the following positions:
The Policy and Research Manager (PRM) provides research, management, and support for all lines of work in the Policy and Research Unit at MHEC. The PRM supports the unit by coordinating and facilitating research and policy program and project work to result in outcomes which advance MHEC’s Strategic Framework. Travel is required with an estimate of 6-10 trips per year. This is a full time, benefit-eligible position.
Is your idea of a great place to work one that is filled with highly talented people on a spirited mission to serve the higher education community? Are you a happy and motivated person who loves what you do? If so, WICHE is the place for you. We are in search of a Desktop and Windows Administrator who attaches high value to the relationships they build with co- workers, our commission members, and our external vendors.
The position provides leadership, direction, oversight, and vision for the university's online and distance education efforts, including fully-online academic programs and online courses intended for both distance learning and residential students.
The University of Mississippi's Division of Outreach and Continuing Education seeks to hire an Instructional Design & Training Specialist.
The LMS Developer supports the University's LMS (Moodle - an open source system). Reporting to the Director of Academic and Online Technology, the LMS developer performs systems analysis, application development, conducts advanced troubleshooting and technical support across technologies.
Reporting to the Director of Academic and Online Technology, the LMS Administrator is responsible for the maintenance, stabilization, and build-out of the University's Learning Management System (LMS), Moodle, including third-party integrations. This individual keeps the learning environment scalable and sustainable, executing precise testing protocols and change management while ensuring parity between testing and production environment.
The Course Support Specialist should work both with the Lead Instructional Technologist (IT)/Course Support (CS) team members, faculty, and other team members in order to support the faculty in their execution of live lectures. The goal is to provide a seamless experience between the asynchronous and synchronous elements of the courses. The ideal candidate will have a flexible, on-demand schedule to work on synchronous projects.
The Executive Director, Information Technology and Digital Transformation (ED) is responsible for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of all IT operational functions and directs programs across ATD’s IT infrastructure, enterprise systems, digital and data solutions. The ED supports the continuous improvement and scalability of technology and maximizes the effectiveness and security of the IT infrastructure.
The CDL’s director of instructional design is responsible for the overall effective functioning of the Instructional Design (ID) team in fulfilling its role of building effective relationships with online/blended teaching faculty in order to ensure high quality course design in all course modalities supported by the CDL.
EdPlus at Arizona State University (ASU) is seeking a motivated, self-directed Full Stack Engineer to join our high-performing team. We are looking for a full-stack developer with proven leadership experience who is ready to play a technical lead role, spearheading the design and development of high quality web products.
Under administrative direction, provides leadership support through planning, leading and managing EdPlus’ Grants and Emerging Initiatives. Position includes strategic planning, designing complex projects and implementation, staff development and stakeholder collaboration and intake. The position reports to the Senior Director of Grants and Emerging Initiatives.
The Director of Academic and Online Technology reports to the Vice President for Online and Continuing Education at LSU. This role leads the creation, technical development, and technical support for faculty in a stable, robust eLearning ecosystem.