Reporting to the Distance Learning Instructional Support Manager, the Instructional Designer will:
- Work collaboratively with faculty and course development teams to design and produce course components for digital delivery formats; specialize in designing active learning sessions for courses; help to develop supporting course materials.
- Participate in the creation and delivery of faculty professional development programs.
- Participate in the ULearn course certification process by coaching faculty on intended improvements to their course design(s).
- Participate in the UL Lafayette academic community including scholarship, research and service on committees, task forces, and planning sessions as appropriate.
- Prepare reports related to the Office of Distance Learning’s instructional development activities as required.
- Perform related duties as necessary to support the UL Lafayette Office of Distance Learning mission, goals, and objectives.
Education: (Minimum) A Master’s degree or higher in instructional design, educational technology, or a closely related field.
Experience: (Minimum) Two years experience supporting faculty in designing and delivering new instructional methods.
(Preferred) Instructional development experience with work in instructional design; demonstrated ability to manage processes needed to deploy resources on a complex and demanding development schedule; experience with courseware production for distance education purposes using the Internet/web in an academic setting. Demonstrated experience with digital delivery methods for instruction and a record of managing projects to successful completion on time and on budget.