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Learning Designer

Posted: July 14, 2020
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Identify instructional technology needs and provide support for integration of sound instructional design principles and practices into the iLearnNH curriculum. Insure that iLearnNH training programs are built based on learning science, design best practices, targeted content curation, and proven educational technologies. Work as part of the iLearnNH team to provide planning, implementation and ongoing support for new and existing services including best practices related to development and teaching of online courses and support programs for K-12 teachers. Of high priority is the ability to build constructive relationships with the K-12 community adopting these technologies and services. The ideal candidate is flexible, creative, solution-oriented, resourceful, agile, takes initiative and is willing to explore new areas while being connected to trends and developments in the instructional design field.

Requires travel to New Hampshire K-12 schools.

• Experience in a K-12 environment as an educator or administrator preferably in New Hampshire. • Experience with a variety of teaching modalities. • Demonstrated knowledge of instructional design, learning theories and learning technologies • Demonstrated lesson and curriculum planning skills. • Excellent oral and written communication skills. • Must have a current driver’s license, a willingness to use a personal vehicle for travel, and a willingness to travel 20% of the time on a monthly basis to schools across New Hampshire.

• Bachelor’s degree in education, instructional design, educational technology or related field and four years experience in instructional design.

We’re New Hampshire’s flagship public research institution. This means we share a special commitment to pursuing research that contributes to the greater good. With award-winning faculty, cutting-edge facilities and a main campus within reach of everything from the mountains and ocean to the major metropolitan hub of Boston, we put you at the edge of possible. Home to more than 15,000 students, our main campus is located in one of the top 10 safest college towns in the U.S. We are just an hour’s drive from the White Mountains, Atlantic Ocean and Boston.

Description

Identify instructional technology needs and provide support for integration of sound instructional design principles and practices into the iLearnNH curriculum. Insure that iLearnNH training programs are built based on learning science, design best practices, targeted content curation, and proven educational technologies. Work as part of the iLearnNH team to provide planning, implementation and ongoing support for new and existing services including best practices related to development and teaching of online courses and support programs for K-12 teachers. Of high priority is the ability to build constructive relationships with the K-12 community adopting these technologies and services. The ideal candidate is flexible, creative, solution-oriented, resourceful, agile, takes initiative and is willing to explore new areas while being connected to trends and developments in the instructional design field.

Requires travel to New Hampshire K-12 schools.

Skills

• Experience in a K-12 environment as an educator or administrator preferably in New Hampshire. • Experience with a variety of teaching modalities. • Demonstrated knowledge of instructional design, learning theories and learning technologies • Demonstrated lesson and curriculum planning skills. • Excellent oral and written communication skills. • Must have a current driver’s license, a willingness to use a personal vehicle for travel, and a willingness to travel 20% of the time on a monthly basis to schools across New Hampshire.

Education

• Bachelor’s degree in education, instructional design, educational technology or related field and four years experience in instructional design.

Company Description

We’re New Hampshire’s flagship public research institution. This means we share a special commitment to pursuing research that contributes to the greater good. With award-winning faculty, cutting-edge facilities and a main campus within reach of everything from the mountains and ocean to the major metropolitan hub of Boston, we put you at the edge of possible. Home to more than 15,000 students, our main campus is located in one of the top 10 safest college towns in the U.S. We are just an hour’s drive from the White Mountains, Atlantic Ocean and Boston.

Position Overview

Company

University of New Hampshire

Location

Durham, NH

Job Type

Full time

Salary

65,000

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Listing Contact

Carrie Grube

carrie.grube@unh.edu 6038620500

Position Details

Description

Identify instructional technology needs and provide support for integration of sound instructional design principles and practices into the iLearnNH curriculum. Insure that iLearnNH training programs are built based on learning science, design best practices, targeted content curation, and proven educational technologies. Work as part of the iLearnNH team to provide planning, implementation and ongoing support for new and existing services including best practices related to development and teaching of online courses and support programs for K-12 teachers. Of high priority is the ability to build constructive relationships with the K-12 community adopting these technologies and services. The ideal candidate is flexible, creative, solution-oriented, resourceful, agile, takes initiative and is willing to explore new areas while being connected to trends and developments in the instructional design field.

Requires travel to New Hampshire K-12 schools.

Skills and Experience

• Experience in a K-12 environment as an educator or administrator preferably in New Hampshire. • Experience with a variety of teaching modalities. • Demonstrated knowledge of instructional design, learning theories and learning technologies • Demonstrated lesson and curriculum planning skills. • Excellent oral and written communication skills. • Must have a current driver’s license, a willingness to use a personal vehicle for travel, and a willingness to travel 20% of the time on a monthly basis to schools across New Hampshire.

Education

• Bachelor’s degree in education, instructional design, educational technology or related field and four years experience in instructional design.

Company Description

We’re New Hampshire’s flagship public research institution. This means we share a special commitment to pursuing research that contributes to the greater good. With award-winning faculty, cutting-edge facilities and a main campus within reach of everything from the mountains and ocean to the major metropolitan hub of Boston, we put you at the edge of possible. Home to more than 15,000 students, our main campus is located in one of the top 10 safest college towns in the U.S. We are just an hour’s drive from the White Mountains, Atlantic Ocean and Boston.

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