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HERC Instructional Technologist in New Haven, Connecticut

  1. Acts as a project leader for Instructional Technology projects. 2. Provides consultation and makes recommendations for allocation of resources, product selection, and priorities. 3. Delivers technical expertise and provides recommendation in researching, evaluating and implementing new instructional technologies. 4. Provides high-level service for existing instructional technologies and projects, as well as high-end support for all instructional technology systems and other multimedia activities. 5. Manages operating systems, applications, web services, and content on the department's servers. 6. Maintains in depth knowledge of existing and emerging instructional technologies. 7. Develops and reports on metrics that measure usage, reliability and client satisfaction for all technology services provided. 8. Manages relationships with internal and external clients, outside vendors, consultants and peer institutions. 9. Maintains highest possible degree of service and responsiveness in complex, multi-vendor, multiplatform environment. 10. Consults with faculty to assess instructional technology needs. Develops and implements solutions to meet those needs. 11. Provides training on the usage of instructional technologies, and other software and hardware. 12. Manages assigned project tasks to ensure timely and high quality outcomes. Provides regular status reports on assigned projects. 13. Supervises temporary and student workers. 14. May perform others duties as assigned.

Preferred Education: Masters in Instructional Technology, Instructional Design, or related field; at least 5 years related work experience in higher education; 3-5 years supporting and administering an LMS; proficiency in and experience applying instructional design principles, standards and methodologies in developing learning objects and course materials.

Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: Masters in Instructional Technology, Instructional Design, or related field; at least 5 years related work experience in higher education; 3-5 years supporting and administering an LMS; proficiency in and experience applying instructional design principles, standards and methodologies in developing learning objects and course materials.

Required Skill/ability 5: Demonstrated support of academic technologies required in a university setting, including the support of faculty and students in the use of an LMS (Canvas, Sakai, Blackboard, Moodle, D2L, etc.).

Posting Position Title: Technology Services Specialist, Instructional Tech

Required Skill/ability 3: Strong written and verbal communication skills, especially in communicating with non technical Audiences.

Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)

University Job Title: Instructional Technologist

Required Skill/ability 1: Passion and excitement for supporting the most widely used academic applications at Yale with a goal oriented, collaborative, problem solving, Service Oriented Attitude.

Required Skill/ability 4: Ability, interest, and flexibility in acquiring new or emerging technology skills.

Required Skill/ability 2: Demonstrated ability working in collaborative team environments. Bachelor's Degree and at least three years of experience of related work experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

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