FT Admin - CMS Instructional Design & Web Design Specialist
Job no: 492383
Work type: Regular/Continuing
Location: LCC Downtown Campus
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Title: FT Admin - CMS Instructional Design & Web Design Specialist
This posting is open until filled
Hours Per Week: 40 Hours
Compensation Type: Annual Salary
New Hire Starting Pay: $60,653 - $62,776
Full Pay Range for Position: $60,653 - $92,686
Employee Classification: FT Admin-Union
Level: FT Administrative-2
Division: Academic Affairs Division - 40000
Department: e-Learning - 40010
Campus Location: LCC Downtown Campus
Position Type: Regular/Continuing
Bargaining Unit: AFT
The CMS Instructional Designer & Web Design Specialist position is responsible to administer and develop the Course Management System standards, policies, scorecard and accessibility checklist in all courses within the Course Management System. The position is responsible to develop, facilitate and administer one-on-one, small, and large group consultations, trainings, and/or workshops on the Course Management System, core instructional design, course accessibility, and educational technology tools. The position is responsible to identify Course Management System courses that require instructional design development and redesign development by integrating effective instructional design methodologies. Responsible to administer one-on-one support and training for students using the Course Management System and educational technologies. The CMS Instructional Designer and Web Design Specialist provides leadership and technical support for Instructors to integrate and utilize cutting-edge HTML content and web applications to enhance teaching and learning within the Course Management System. The position is responsible to manage and develop web content and training for the integration of HTML and web applications used to enhance courses within the Course Management System.
Development and/or design experience applying different technologies to instructional activities and course development experience.
Demonstrated knowledge and/or experience in designing, developing, and implementing interactive eLearning technologies.
Experience creating engaging content and multimedia for online environments.
Experience developing and utilizing web content.
Knowledge and/or experience in the design and development of accessible course content based on established instructional design theories and Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.
Knowledge and/or experience developing and administering instructional content, trainings, and workshops.
Master’s Degree in instructional design, instructional technology, or related field.
Experience utilizing Course Management Systems is a plus.
Experience in image creation, editing software, productivity software, and multimedia software is a plus.
Lansing Community College is an equal opportunity, educational institution/employer.
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