Responsible for assisting university faculty in the application of more complex instructional design principles and educational technology to develop courses. Provides expertise to facilitate instructional initiatives, and supervise staff.
Provides consultation and support for all university faculty and staff for Instructional Design.
Directs the work of graduate technology assistants.
Investigates, recommends, and participates in decision making for the purchase of new software and technology.
Troubleshoots on both the technical and operational side of technology-based programs.
Develops and conducts training of faculty on new academic software and technology.
Researches innovative and new ways to assist faculty in the development of new teaching experiences.
Presents and represents University instruction designers at conferences.
Collaborates with and assists internal and system wide instructional designers. Assists in the design and implementation for the Center for Learning Effectiveness and the TA Training program.
Participates and provides leadership in the instructional designer collaborative meetings for University of Houston System groups.
Performs other job-related duties as required.
EEO/AAMasters and 5 years experience
Requires application of advanced principles, techniques and theory in a professional discipline or a thorough general business management knowledge. Knowledge of this level is typically obtained through a directly job-related Master's degree or equivalent formal training in a recognized field of specialization that is directly related to the type of work being performed. Requires a minimum of five (5) years of directly job-related experience.