The Director of Instructional Technology, Design, and Assessment is
responsible for overseeing the support and facilitation of instructional
technology and design with faculty, programs, departments and colleges. The
position is the leader in communicating expectations and approaches for
research driven models of instructional design, including online, face to
face, and hybrid classes. The role includes but is not limited to curriculum
mapping, assessment planning, use of instructional technology and pedagogical
Work with the faculty to design, develop, implement and assess
instruction. Consult with individual faculty to facilitate growth in
appropriate pedagogy, curriculum design, technology, and assessment of
Assist departments and programs with curriculum issues, program
assessment, curricular cohesion, technology use, and program integration.
Teach one course per year, as appropriate.
Serve as an ex-officio member to CELT, the Committee on Assessment &
Accreditation, ATAC, and other task forces and work groups as assigned.
Assist in mentoring new faculty
Develop and manage processes to build and maintain online and hybrid
programs, training for faculty, and other ongoing support structures
required for success with instructional technologies.
Knowledge and Skills:
A master's degree in instructional design or related field is a minimum
Academic experience in teaching and distance learning is helpful for this
Excellent project management and organizational skills; high caliber
interpersonal, communication and problem-solving skills and experience in
the design of online materials.
Experience working with faculty, deans and other administrators to
intentionally design coherent academic courses, assessments and programs.
Successful applicants will demonstrate a commitment to cultural diversity
and the ability to work with individuals or groups from diverse backgrounds.
Employment at Valparaiso University will require a criminal background
Valparaiso University requires all employees to be vaccinated against
COVID-19 or apply for and receive a qualified exemption within two weeks of
the employment start date.
To be considered for this position you must upload:
List of 3 professional references
Answer all the application questions
Please address cover letter to:
Dr. Mike Tyler, Associate Provost of Graduate and Online Education
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