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Title: RESIDENTIAL TUTOR-COUNSELOR
Reference No: 031114 - RTC
Department: TRIO PROGRAMS
Closing Date: March 25, 2014
Classification: Non Exempt
- Assist Instructor with supplemental preparation for class
- Assist Instructor with daily classroom activities
- Attend all study hall periods
- Assist students in specified area during the study hall period
- Reside and supervise students in dormitory
- Attend all residential staff meetings
- Supply daily report to counselors
- Assist the program with ongoing activities outside classroom
- Upkeep of tutorial log
- Attend all staff meetings
- Participate in program evaluation
- Assist with programmatic duties as assigned by the Program Manager or Counselor
Qualifications: Must be a full-time college student majoring in Math, Science, English, or Foreign Language with at 3.0.
Title: Faculty Development Center Instructional Design
Reference No: 012314-Coord.
Department: Faculty Development Center
Full/Part Time: Full-time- grant funded*
Closing Date: The review of applications will begin February 25, 2014 and applications will be accepted/open until filled the position is filled.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
In collaboration with the Faculty Development Center (FDC) Director, Instructional Designer, and FDC Fellows, the Instructional Design Coordinator will assist Morehouse faculty with access and use of Apple technology, digital and social media and Web 2.0 tools for instruction and research. Works collaboratively with the FDC Director, Instructional Designer, FDC Fellows, OIT Help Desk and other departments to promote the effective use of Apple technology, digital and social media, and Web 2.0 tools by Morehouse College faculty. This is a 12-month, grant-funded position.
- Assists and trains faculty in the use of Apple computers, iPads, iPhones, etc. as well as instructional and research software utilizing Apple technology; research and train faculty in the use of social media, Web 2.0 and iTunes tools.
- Develops, coordinates and evaluates a comprehensive instructional technology training program for Morehouse College faculty in consultation with Faculty Development Center Director, Divisional Deans, Department Chairs and OIT
- Conducts pre-assessment of faculty development technology needs and post-workshop evaluations while working with faculty to achieve instructional and academic program goals.
- Provides technology application support for Course and Content Management Systems, including but not limited to WebCT/Blackboard, Web 2.0 Tools, and Apple/iPad technology.
- Manages the Digital Scholars Lab; maintains and secures equipment, usage log and service requests.
- Serves as a liaison to academic departments, OIT and coordinates faculty access to electronic and online resources/training.
- Provides support for digital and social media integration;
- Edits and posts updates to FDC website.
- Supervises Student Research Assistants as assigned.
- Performs other duties as assigned by Faculty Development Center Director.
Preferred Qualifications: Requires Minimum of a Masters Degree, PhD preferred in relevant discipline (Instructional Design, Instructional Technology, Educational Leadership, etc), and a minimum of 3-5 years professional experience in higher education, college/university setting. Experience with web-based course management tools such as WebCT/Blackboard; Working knowledge of HTML, web edition applications, Windows XP, Microsoft Office, and Mac OS. Comprehensive knowledge of Web 2.0 tools, current instructional theories and principles applicable to web-based instruction. Excellent interpersonal skills, strong oral and written communication skills; ability to identify and interpret faculty teaching and learning needs; manage and meet deadlines; and work cooperatively within an academic community.