Find a Job

Below is a listing of distance education position openings which ITC members have sent to ITC to post on this site. The descriptions below are excerpts from the full listing—job seekers should contact the organization advertising the position to ask any questions about the position(s). ITC does not have any additional information about these openings and is not responsible for any inaccuracies posted here.  If you are an ITC member and you are interested in posting a job on this website, please CLICK HERE.

Student Learning Technology Support Coordinator - Front Range Community College (Posted 7/6/2021)

Who We Are

We are the largest community college in Colorado, enrolling close to 28,000 credit students annually. We were one of 30 colleges in the initial American Association of Community Colleges Pathways Project, recently selected as a “Most Promising Place to Work” in Diverse Magazine, and profiled as one of six top community colleges for transfer student success in a recent Aspen Institute publication. We have developed a strong strategic plan focused on improving student graduation and transfer rates and have made significant investments in advising and other student support programs.  

We also have a strong commitment to inclusion, equity, and diversity. We are actively seeking to hire a workforce that matches our student community and will support our Philosophy of Inclusion

We are guided by the philosophy “One College, Many Communities.” Campuses share many common values, goals, and practices, but are also given the opportunity and flexibility to develop unique cultures and programs that serve individual communities. In addition, we have a clear vision outlined in its strategic plan.  For more information, visit the following: www.frontrange.edu and VISION 2020

Who You Are

As the Student Learning Technology Support Coordinator, you will work as part of an innovative, creative, collaborative and flexible team focused on student success in the online learning environment. You will provide hands-on leadership, training, and support of student learning technology and digital accessibility; reducing barriers to success by expanding support for students from diverse backgrounds throughout their FRCC journey from connection through completion. 

In this position, you will manage and provide technical support and training necessary for online operations related to students at the college. You will provide technical support and training to students in their use of the learning management system (LMS) and related technologies and be the department liaison for student LMS questions escalated from the 24x7 Help Desk. 

You will also support digital accessibility of online instructional materials, including promoting and building awareness of digital accessibility principles; consultation regarding accessibility of instructional materials; assistance with digital content remediation.

In this position, you also support the Assistant Director, Learning Technology or other online team members as needed, travel to all FRCC campuses and other locations as identified and may occasionally need to work outside of standard business hours. 

SELECTION PROCESS:  Position will remain open until filled. 

In your application, please include a resume and cover letter that specifically addresses how your background and experience align with requirements, qualification and responsibilities of the Student Learning Technology Support Coordinator. 

SALARY: $49,148 annually 

BENEFITS2020 – 2021 APT & Faculty Benefits 

PRIMARY DUTIES: 

Student LMS, Third Party Tools and Learning Technology Support:

  • Serve as the technical point of contact for students and faculty with questions regarding learning technology (LMS, third party tools, online proctoring, online tutoring), including responding to phone, email and escalated 24x7 Help Desk requests for student support.
  • Address Tier 1 support issues, confer with supervisor on Tier 2 support issues, and escalate Tier 3 issues as identified.
  • Submit monthly student technical support reporting, identifying trends and ideas on how to address those trends with training and support.

Student Learning Technology Training and Support Resources:

  • Develop and implement student-focused LMS and related learning technology training efforts.
  • Identify, recommend, develop/enhance new and existing just in time support resource materials.
  • Assist with identifying, researching and recommending new learning technologies to benefit student success.

Support for Digital Accessibility of Online Instructional Materials

  • Consult with individuals and groups incorporating digital accessibility practices, evaluate and refine existing resources, and develop new resources to promote principles of digital accessibility.
  • Evaluate online materials accessibility and assist with remediation of digitally accessible content.

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES:

  • Customer Service: Provide friendly, timely, helpful assistance to students regarding their learning technology questions and faculty, instructors and staff regarding digital accessibility questions. Demonstrates commitment to identify apparent and underlying needs. Ability to accurately assess questions and provide solutions.
  • Communication: Effective interpersonal, written and oral communications skills. The ability to communicate, both written and orally, with teammates, students, faculty, instructors and staff in a variety of different settings at a variety of different emotional levels.
  • Equity, Diversity, Inclusion: Show and foster respect and appreciation for each person's background, race age, gender, disability, values, lifestyle, perspectives or interests when supporting others.
  • Relationship Building, Teamwork, Collaboration: Establish working relationships to engage and maintain collaborative partnerships with internal stakeholders and relate to students. Work cooperatively and effectively with others to achieve common goals.
  • Self-Management, Adaptability: Work independently and adapt quickly to changing needs.
  • Continuous Growth, Innovation: Grow technical knowledge and skills to further, and more effectively support student, faculty, instructor and staff success and to generate ideas to further support and training work. Evaluate and improve processes continuously.

REQUIRED EDUCATION/TRAINING & WORK EXPERIENCE: 

  • Associate’s degree with 3 years of related work experience in instructional technology, help desk support/computer technology, education, learning/instructional design, digital accessibility/universal design or related field. 

OR,  

  • Bachelor’s with 1 year of related work experience in degree in instructional technology, help desk support/computer technology, education, learning/instructional design, digital accessibility/universal design or related field. 

Types of experience may include: 

  • Experience facilitating learning technology support and training, both in-person and virtually.
  • Advanced computer, Internet browser, Microsoft Office Suite, Office 365, and Adobe Acrobat knowledge and troubleshooting skills (PC and Mac).
  • Knowledge of a learning management system.
  • Knowledge of HTML and of content authoring tools, (e.g. SnagIt Capture and Editor), screen casting tools, online collaboration platforms (WebEx, Zoom). 
  • Experience manually evaluating and assessing materials for alignment with digital accessibility standards.

PREFERRED EDUCATION/TRAINING & WORK EXPERIENCE: 

  • Knowledge of third-party resources (e.g. Connect, My Labs, Mindtap). 
  • Experience utilizing assistive technology in evaluating/testing of learning materials to ensure they meet digital accessibility standards.

Welcoming. Respectful. Inclusive. Together, we are FRCC.

Vice President, Academic Affairs and Online Learning - Front Range Community College (Posted 2/16/2021)

Who We Are
We are the largest community college in Colorado, enrolling close to 28,000 credit students annually. We were one of 30 colleges in the initial American Association of Community Colleges Pathways Project, recently selected as a “Most Promising Place to Work” in Diverse Magazine, and profiled as one of six top community colleges for transfer student success in a recent Aspen Institute publication. We have developed a strong strategic plan focused on improving student graduation and transfer rates and have made significant investments in advising and other student support programs.

We also have a strong commitment to inclusion, equity, and diversity. We are actively seeking to hire a workforce that matches our student community and will support our Philosophy of Inclusion.

We are guided by the philosophy “One College, Many Communities.” Campuses share many common values, goals, and practices, but are also given the opportunity and flexibility to develop unique cultures and programs that serve individual communities. In addition, we have a clear vision outlined in its strategic plan.  For more information, visit the following: www.frontrange.edu and VISION 2020.

The Position  
As the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Online Learning, you will lead the continued development of FRCC’s outstanding online learning department, ensuring teaching excellence, high academic quality, and excellent student support.  You will oversee Academic Services, including curriculum, catalog, and assessment of academic achievement and several other college-wide academic policy and support areas.  In this position, you will help shape statewide policy and practice as the primary academic liaison with the Colorado Community College System (CCCS) and the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE). 

This position has potential to be located at either our Boulder County Campus in Longmont, Colorado or our Larimer Campus in Fort Collins, Colorado.

This is a unique role that has direct supervision and oversight of Online Learning and the Academic Services departments while simultaneously providing coordinated leadership across the college with respect to curriculum and academic policies. In our multi-campus college, most deans and faculty report to their campus vice presidents but often work closely with the person in this position. As a result, this role will require a highly collaborative leader who is able to build and maintain working relationships with diverse stakeholders and constituents. 

SELECTION PROCESS:  Position will remain open until filled with a priority deadline of February 22, 2021. 
In your application please include a resume and cover letter that specifically addresses how your background and experience align with requirements, qualification and responsibilities of the Vice President, Academic Affairs and Online Learning
SALARY: $128,000 - $138,000 annually  
BENEFITS:  2020 – 2021 APT & Faculty Benefits PRIMARY DUTIES: 
Online Learning 

  • Lead the continued development of FRCC’s online learning department, ensuring high academic quality, excellent student support and a focus on equity and inclusive excellence. Establish and implement a vision for how to best grow and develop online learning and college-wide online programs within the college’s one college concept. 
  • Oversee personnel, budget, and operations for the online learning department, including supervising deans of instruction and student affairs for online learning.
  • Ensure appropriate support and training for the online learning management system and related educational technology (D2L, Yuja, Evaluation Kit, etc.) for faculty and staff throughout the college. Collaborate with campus leadership and faculty on incorporating online elements in other teaching modalities (hybrid, real-time remote, etc.)  

 Academic Affairs 

  • As the lead curriculum and academic policy officer for the college, oversee key college academic support functions, including curriculum and program approval, faculty qualifications and credentialing, catalog development, and Perkins grant allocations.
  • Provide leadership and support to key college-wide academic committees, including, but not limited to the curriculum committee, the faculty evaluation committee and the faculty affairs council.
  • Oversee the college’s assessment of academic achievement, ensuring that the work supports student learning, creates actionable outcomes and meets Higher Learning Commission requirements. Collaborate closely with faculty leaders and campus deans in implementing and revising the assessment plan.
  • Serve as the cabinet liaison to the instructional dean’s council, the college-wide chair council, and the faculty affairs council. 

System Representation and Leadership 

  • Serve as the instructional representative to the Colorado Community College system and to the Colorado Department of Higher Education. Gather information and needs from FRCC leadership and faculty, represent FRCC needs, and regularly communicate critical information, decisions and policy changes back to FRCC leadership and faculty. 

College Leadership 

  • As a member of the President’s Cabinet, collaborate with the President and other Cabinet members to set the vision for the college, design and implement strategic initiatives, set annual college goals, and bring a college-wide focus to initiatives and activities.
  • Work collaboratively with the Student Affairs Council and the VP of Enrollment Services and Student Success (VPESSS) to develop policies and practices that advance student success and equity. Work closely with the VPESSS to send a consistent FRCC message at CCCS meetings.
  • Provide regular updates to key constituents in the college on key federal, state, and system level initiatives that impact academic affairs at FRCC
  • Lead or provide guidance for college-wide academic projects that address key college academic policies and practices. Examples might include reviewing and revising faculty evaluations; updating reassignment time procedures; implementing next steps in guided pathways.  

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES

  • Online Learning Leadership and Vision: Lead efforts to develop a college-wide vision for online learning, set and achieve goals and manage operations, including online programs and staffing.
  • Communication and Collaboration: Communicate and collaborate constantly with CCCS staff, academic leaders from other CCCS colleges, and FRCC leadership. Strategically advance FRCC interests at the system and work to ensure the success of all system colleges.  Work closely with campus VPs and deans to implement system policy and coordinate online learning staffing. Work collaboratively with VP ESSS to communicate instruction priorities to student affairs.
  • Curriculum and Instruction: Ensure appropriate catalog and curriculum review and approval processes. Coordinate review and revision of academic policies and procedures.
  • Commitment to Teaching Excellence and Student Learning: Promote teaching excellence in many settings, including continued professional development for online faculty and instructors, coordination of the college-wide teaching excellence council.
  • Commitment to Equity and Inclusion: Work with Cabinet to establish programs to support equity in student outcomes; champion equity in online learning outcomes through programming; and collaborate with Human Resources to develop increased diversity in staff and faculty.
  • People Leadership and Team Building: Commit to transparency and dialog with college constituents. Hire appropriate staff, set staff goals, build teams that collaborate, and enhance a campus culture that promotes student success through recognition, transparent communication, and engaged listening.
  • Clear and persuasive written and oral communication: Provide regular written updates to online and academic services staff; present at campus in-services, community events, and to college-wide project teams and Cabinet. Provide interviews with the press.
  • Planning and Budgeting: Collaborate to develop college annual strategic goals and annual department plans, including program development plans. Create and monitor yearly budget.
  • Project Management: Lead online learning, academic services, and college-wide project teams for program development and other strategic initiatives.
  • Innovation and Initiative: Develop new online academic programs and develop creative ways to support and engage faculty who teach both online and on campus.

REQUIRED EDUCATION/TRAINING & WORK EXPERIENCE:

  • Master’s Degree from an accredited institution.
  • Seven or more years of increasingly responsible leadership and supervision that includes oversight of multiple departments/functions, strategic planning, budget development, personnel management, team building, and program development.
  • Experience developing or leading online programs that includes commitment to teaching excellence and innovation.
  • Experience managing personnel, especially personnel in multiple units, which included defining and evaluating employee performance and addressing personnel conflict.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the community college role and mission.
  • Successful management of significant projects.
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and a demonstrated ability to lead complex organizations that value and respect differences.
  • Systematic examples of collaboration and effective and open communication.
  • Examples of innovation and initiative in identifying and solving significant problems.
  • Evidence of interest and skill in creating a shared vision as part of a team of leaders and in generating consensus and buy-in from a variety of stakeholders.

PREFERRED EDUCATION/TRAINING & WORK EXPERIENCE:

  • Leadership experience in higher education, preferably community colleges.
  • Four or more years college teaching experience, including online teaching.

Welcoming. Respectful. Inclusive. Together, we are FRCC.

Director of Online Strategic Plan Project - Colorado Community College System, Denver CO (Posted 2/9/2021)

Contact Name: Dr. Tina Parscal ([email protected])
Position Title: Director of Online Strategic Plan Project
Position Description: The Director of the Online Strategic Plan provides leadership, operational and technical planning and execution expertise and strategic direction within the Colorado Community College System (CCCS) to manage the successful implementation of our Online Strategic Plan. The Online Strategic Plan lays out a vision for a next generation online consortial model that will be a networked and coordinated enterprise-wide model delivering high quality, economical, student-centered online learning resulting in growing enrollments and increasing revenue across the CCCS system as a result of serving new markets. The position will collaborate with System and college leadership, the Online Steering Committee, and the online Project Team to ensure the new CCCS consortial model is in place by December 2023. This position is a time-limited position through December 2023. Position Location: Denver, CO
Position Information
Job Type: Full-Time
Institution Website: www.cccs.edu
Website URL to Apply: cccs.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=471&job=director-of-online-strategic-plan-project


Online Learning Technology Specialist 1 - Portland Community College, Portland, OR (Posted 1/22/2021)

Come join Portland Community College’s nationally recognized Online Learning program! We are seeking an educational technology specialist to join our team to help maintain and grow its online learning ecosystem. In this role, you will help with day to day application administration, monitor system usage, provide technical support and guidance to faculty and staff, support and lead projects to expand use of technology to ensure PCC remains a leader in accessibility, equity, and innovation in online learning. Work with a high-functioning team of dedicated professionals in supporting the largest online program in Oregon. Under the direction of Online Learning, (OL) management, provides technical support and system administration for tools managed by the department. The incumbent performs application and system management support activities. Maintains existing systems and provides technical assistance to users as well as to others in OL. Works according to approved requirements and detailed specifications. Job requires good verbal and written skills to present and exchange technical or complex information. Incumbent is a contributor with work results impacting the accuracy, reliability and acceptability of further results beyond the immediate work section. Works independently under specified objectives; applies basic trouble-shooting techniques to identify and diagnose network and system problems; obtains advice when precedents are unclear or unavailable.
Position Information: Technology Specialist I - Online Learning.docx
Position Location: Portland, OR
Job Type: Full-time
Institution Website: www.pcc.edu 
Website URL to Apply: pcc.csod.com/ats/careersite/jobdetails.aspx?site=14&c=pcc&id=775

Faculty Developer/Instructional Designer - Valencia College, Kissimmee, FL (Posted 10/8/2020)

Join Our Team. 

Valencia College is now hiring a is now hiring a resourceful, creative and dedicated Faculty Developer/Instructional Designer to join our Faculty Development team at the Poinciana Campus. 

In this role, you will be responsible for serving as an internal consultant to faculty to conceptualize, design, develop, deliver, and assess high quality face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses. Partners with campus and college F&ID staff to develop and implement comprehensive, coordinated programs, curriculum, systems and support for faculty and instructional development that promote excellence and innovation in teaching, learning, technology and scholarship.
We're not just any college. And you're just not any employee. You're someone who is passionate about improving the lives of our students, our community, and, ultimately, our world.
Join an organization committed to helping students reach their full potential by providing them with the right opportunities, the right tools, and the right support. Take the first steps by completing and submitting an online application for this position. There are plenty of places to find employment, but at Valencia College, you'll find fulfillment. At Valencia College, it’s more than just a job. We understand the importance of fostering a collaborative environment and achieving a true work/life balance.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Master's degree from a regionally accredited institution or commensurate experience in an academic or training environment [required]
  • Progressively responsible experience teaching in a higher education setting or commensurate experience [required]
  • Experience in instructional design methodologies and course and curriculum design in all modalities (face-to-face, mixed-mode and online), including learning outcome development and curriculum alignment [required]
  • Experience in the design, implementation, delivery and assessment of faculty development initiatives and programs
  • Experience in mixed-mode and online teaching and/or training
  • Experience in the effective use of educational technologies to support teaching and learning
  • Experience in curriculum change or instructional design project management
  • Experience in developing and/or facilitating faculty/staff professional development
  • Demonstrated leadership and supervisory experience
  • Understanding and commitment to a learning-centered community college
  • A demonstrated commitment to equity and inclusion.

Please Click Here for a complete job description.

Valencia’s Total Rewards package, features:

  • Free medical, dental benefits and paid life insurance premiums
  • Generous paid time off - vacation leave, sick leave, personal days, spring break, winter break, and other holidays
  • Florida retirement membership 
  • YMCA membership benefits
  • Educational and Professional development opportunities for you and your dependents and so much more….

Moreover, we believe you will appreciate the commitment to work-life balance plus the inspiring, motivating, and teamwork-oriented environment that we enjoy every day.

Location:  FL Based - Kissimmee, FL 34744 - Poinciana Campus  and Kissimmee, FL 34744 - Osceola Campus

* This position is not classified as online, remote or virtual. 

Valencia College has campuses conveniently located throughout Central Florida that are accessible by local freeways, expressways and surface streets. But the convenient commute is just part of the appeal.

As one of the fastest growing cities in America, Orlando offers just the right mix of laid-back Florida lifestyle and the amenities of a big city, making it a great place to live and work.

Department: Faculty Development PNC

Availability Requirements: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 6:00pm at Poinciana Campus and Friday 8:00am to 5:00 pm at the Osceola Campus

Salary: $47,722 – $57,863

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

If this opportunity sounds inspiring, please complete and submit an online application along with a cover letter and resume to be considered for this position.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Valencia College is an equal opportunity institution. We provide equal opportunity for employment and educational services to all.