Do you get excited about helping others learn and grow? Do you enjoy making processes better by serving and recommending strategies that assist with student learning outcomes? Have you wanted to help shape how learning design is approached in a community college setting? If this sounds like you, KVCC may have the perfect opportunity for you.
The Instructional Designer will collaborate, consult, and support faculty, staff and credit and non-credit instructors in the development of instructional strategies, assessment techniques, and the appropriate integration of instructional technologies to enhance pedagogy and improve student learning for face-to-face, blended, and online courses with specific emphasis on Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
In this role you will collaborate with other Faculty Success Center staff to develop and facilitate professional development opportunities supporting instructional design, UDL, and developing accessible materials.
You will also serve on committees such as the Institutional Learning Outcomes Assessment committee, to assist faculty on program assessment and student learning outcomes assessment strategies.
Additional responsibilities as follows:
- Collaborate with team members for programming and services supporting exemplary instruction and compile and develop related resources with particular emphasis on UDL.
- Ensure online courses meet ADA requirements and perform technical and quality reviews of online courses prior to the start of each semester.
- Develop metrics to track progress on accessibility of instructional materials and practices, and contribute relevant data to the annual campus-wide accessibility reporting requirements.
- Work with Human Resources to hire, orient, train, and evaluate assigned staff.