TWO NEW MEDIA SERVICES POSITIONS-California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB) is currently seeking to fill two positions. New Media Services is a 21st century academic technology unit with services in the areas of classroom support, digital media and online course development and distributed learning support. The positions are open until filled. CSU Monterey Bay is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
1 - Curriculum Software Consultant (Information Technology Consultant)
This position provides technical support and consultation to faculty related to web-based instructional tools, Blackboard CourseInfo and audio and video streaming technologies. The position is expected to monitor emerging web applications and identify and implement those with potential for enhancing teaching and learning. Minimum qualifications include extensive, current knowledge of at least one major software tool for development and delivery of web-based instruction, preferably Blackboard CourseInfo; experience in supporting audio and video streaming technologies and the ability to work effectively with university faculty in the design, development and delivery of web-based course materials.
2 - Senior Media Operations Engineer (Television Engineer)
This position serves as the chief engineer for all film, video and audio production and videoconferencing facilities on the campus, with primary emphasis on supporting state-of-the-art digital audio/video studios. The position also provides engineering support for other campus installations of instructional and presentation technologies. Minimal qualifications include three years of progressively responsible experience in planning, designing, installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting complex digital and analog television systems; ability to troubleshoot and repair electronic devices to the component level; and experience in installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting compressed videoconferencing systems, particularly those involving ISDN.
Complete position announcements and online application information may be found at: http://jobs.monterey.edu/db/
TECHNOLOGY RESOURCE SPECIALIST - Clarke College, IA
Clarke College is pleased to announce the search for a Technology Resource Specialist. This new position is being established to foster the integration of technology across the curriculum. The successful candidate will assist and train faculty in the application of emerging technologies to curricular design of instruction. This position also includes the possibility of teaching credit or non-credit courses. Requirements include a broad background in multimedia technology and a working knowledge of MAC and IBM platforms, Internet and Java. A Master's degree is required in a relevant discipline (Ph.D. or ABD preferred) and three to five years of teaching or training experience in the field of instructional technology. Candidates should have an understanding of the educational process and pedagogy related to using technology in the design of instruction. Strong oral, written and organizational skills are essential as well as leadership skills and the ability to work collaboratively with faculty, staff and students. Position to begin as soon as possible.
For full position description, see: www.clarke.edu/info/employment.htm
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