Curriculum Coordinator II (State Title: CA20 Curriculum Coordinator II)
Tri-County Technical College is seeking a Curriculum Consultant with well-rounded knowledge and expertise in performance-based instructional design and development, with an emphasis in online/technology-mediated pedagogy.
This position will provide technical assistance to academic programs on curriculum design processes to ensure that online, hybrid and web-enhanced courses are compliant with external standards and meet quality standards. As a team member in a comprehensive Curriculum Office, this position will both manage a caseload of faculty clients independently, as well as collaborate with the other curriculum consultants to co-facilitate educational planning events, such as DACUM occupational analyses and curriculum design charrettes.
- Plans and implements professional development and training activities related to online course design using best practices in e-learning pedagogy, such as Quality Matters (QM), as well as the online learning management system (Blackboard) and related instructional technology to support faculty readiness to teach online, hybrid, and web-enhanced classes. This is done by assessing training needs; selecting, developing, and updating training content; working with existing professional development functions to advertise and schedule training in both online and face-to-face formats; and assessing training effectiveness. 25%
- Assists instructors in the design, development and delivery of online instruction by staying abreast of best practices in performance-based curriculum, e-learning, and high impact practices; communicating best practices; liaising with technology providers; and collaborating, by request, on tasks such as producing multi-media objects to help faculty meet instructional goals. 25%
- Facilitates collaborative curriculum development sessions with faculty in academic units and community stakeholders to ensure that curricula meet quality standards. This is done by staying abreast of best practices in performance-based curriculum design, Quality Matters, and high impact practices; using group facilitation processes; and assisting faculty in assigned academic units with writing curriculum documentation, including program learning outcomes, performance criteria, performance assessment tasks and rubrics, course competencies, and online course materials; program configurations, and high impact practice learning plans. 20%
- Manages the in-house Online Teaching Credential program. This is done by validating requirements; developing and maintaining tracking systems; coordinating training with internal providers and third-party vendors; communicating results with stakeholders, including academic departments and SACS-COC compliance officer. 15%
- Provides oversight on curriculum materials to ensure that assigned academic programs adhere to curriculum quality standards. This is done by reviewing program design summaries, course outcome summaries, learning plans, online course materials, advising guides, marketing materials, and other documentation for compliance; and working with faculty, staff, and administrators on revising materials to ensure standards are met. 10%
- Manages the repository of curriculum materials for assigned academic units to ensure that curriculum documentation is complete and accurate. This is done by setting appropriate user permissions in the curriculum management software (WIDS) and learning management system (Blackboard); verifying curriculum data entered into the system; and working with Instructional Support staff to perform organization and site administration functions. 5%
Anticipated Hiring Range: $39,960 - $56,947
Minimum Qualifications: A Master’s degree in education or a directly related field and two years’ experience in curriculum management or development.
Preferred Qualifications: Expertise in the Blackboard learning management system and Quality Matters standards; knowledge of the WIDS curriculum management system, DACUM occupational analysis, and High Impact Educational Practices (HIPs) also desired.
Close Date: 1/2/2018
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Tri-County Technical College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating a learning environment that fosters inclusion, respect for differences and cultural awareness. View our 10 year vision for our challenging future as a Community College that is Transforming Lives, Shaping the Community at our website. You can play a visible part in the future of our College, have the ability to collaborate across the College, work and think strategically, and positively impact the lives and success of students and our community in dramatic fashion.
Our benefits include:
- State benefits of health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life and dependent life insurance, long term care insurance, supplemental long term disability, MoneyPlus
- The South Carolina Retirement System, Optional Retirement Plans, Deferred Compensation Program
- Paid Faculty Non-work days or Annual Leave, Sick Leave, and Holidays
- The College closes at 2pm on Fridays
- Professional Development Opportunities
- Wellness Center located at the Pendleton Campus
- Unique collaborative learning environment on beautiful campuses located in upstate of South Carolina
The Upstate of South Carolina is home to more than 200 international companies, the I-85 "boom belt," and a vibrant quality of life, it's easy to see why the Upstate is one of the fastest growing regions in the Nation. The College is nestled in the foothills of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, and Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC are each only two hours away, while South Carolina's coastal towns and beaches are three to four hours travel.
The Tri-County Technical College service area includes Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties. The College is also part of a state-wide system of sixteen technical colleges. More than 7,000 students enroll at the College each year in more than 70 major fields of study, including engineering technology, industrial technology, business, computer and information technology, public service, human services, healthcare, and university transfer programs. Developmental courses are offered for those who need to brush up on basic academic skills. The Continuing Education Division also offers personal and professional development non-credit classes in technical, business, healthcare, and personal interest areas to more than 10,000 community members each year. The main campus is located in historic Pendleton, South Carolina. The College currently has two branch campuses in the nearby cities of Anderson, Easley, and Seneca.
Location/Region: Pendleton, SC