- Job ID: ADMN-22/23-107
- Location: Kingston (with Tri-Campus Responsibilities)
- Deadline: October 5, 2022
- Job Type: Administrative/Management
- Start Date: Immediately
- Department: School of Contemporary Teaching & Learning (SCTL)
- Duration: Full-Time
Reporting to the Associate Dean, School of Contemporary Teaching & Learning (SCTL), the Educational Developer will contribute to a culture of Academic Excellence by designing and implementing professional learning initiatives that enhance contemporary teaching practices at St. Lawrence College. These initiatives will require the incumbent to utilize evidence-based practices, pedagogical/andragogical research, and emerging learning technologies to guide the creation of custom training solutions for Faculty/Staff on all three campuses.
In this role, the incumbent will work with a multidisciplinary team of teaching/learning experts to create annual training and development initiatives and opportunities, just-in-time training and will assist the Associate Dean in providing support to Faculty participants to ensure program completion, as well as develop teaching and learning resources. The incumbent will also contribute their expertise to internally/externally funded SCTL projects that relate to educational development and will participate in regular service improvement processes within the academic school. Areas of specialization or concentration with regards to educational development may be assigned by the Associate Dean of SCTL.
Education and Experience:
A minimum of a Master’s Degree in Education (or closely related field) with specialization in teaching adult learners, assessment, inclusive teaching, or scholarship of teaching & learning.
A minimum of 5 years of work experience teaching, researching, designing, delivering, evaluating and refining Educational Development programs, services and resources in a post-secondary teaching and learning environment. Experience teaching across multiple modalities (e.g., Face-to-Face, hybrid, online). Experience working in digital learning environments that utilize learning management systems, video conference applications, and digital resource creation tasks (e.g., slide deck, video recordings, etc…)
Other Required Qualifications:
- Advanced understanding of institutional, provincial, national, and international academic programs, as well as teaching and learning structures, practices and standards. Thorough understanding of Ontario post-secondary academic governance, organizational and operational structures. Ability to understand and apply policies and procedures
- Demonstrated skill in teaching across various modalities including face-to-face, hybrid, and online learning environments.
- Ability to review curriculum documents and provide recommendations based on quality assurance principles to supervisors.
- Utilize learning management systems (LMS) and video conferencing applications (e.g., Microsoft Teams, Zoom, etc).
- Ability to write learning outcomes and design assessments/rubrics relating to the field of educational development.
- Strong digital fluency skills in managing various sources of information/research.
- Proven ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team and participate in consultative decision-making.
- Demonstrated organization, managerial, and project management skills.
- Demonstrated skill in the application of universal design for learning principles within a teaching/learning environment.
- Ability to initiate, coordinate, and carry out projects with minimal supervision.
- Effectively manage several projects with competing deadlines.
- Ability to produce quality written documentation and to present orally in a manner that is effective to a wide range of audiences.
Physical/Work Environment Essential Requirements:
The successful incumbent must have the ability to report to the work location or work temporarily from a remote location with reliable internet access, as approved by the College and in accordance with the college’s Telework Policy. Sitting and operating a computer for extended periods of time. Driving for a considerable amount of time in between campuses.
Salary & Terms
- Admin Group: Pay Band 10: $77,520 - $96,900 per annum, commensurate on education and experience. In addition to the salary, the position is eligible for pay for performance.
- Hours per week: 37.5
- Posted Date: September 21, 2022
- Closing Date: October 5, 2022 (4:00 p.m.)
How to Prepare your Application for Submission: You will be able to attach only one document to your application. To prepare your application: Combine your cover letter and resume as one document. Save your document in .PDF, .doc, or .docx format using Last Name, First Name as your naming convention. Click on the Apply Here link and complete the application form. Attach your cover letter/resume document to the application form.
THIS IS A FULL-TIME ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION
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