Instructional Services Coordinator Duties
This is professional administrative work involved in consulting
with faculty members regarding instructional development and
An employee in this class responds to faculty requests for
assistance in planning computer based instruction, in curriculum
planning, in obtaining instructional improvements grants, and in
instructional design. Duties also include coordination of other
instructional services for the faculty offered by the Office of
Instructional Development. Work is performed with considerable
autonomy in planning and implementing instructional services and
is reviewed by an administrative superior by the observation of
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Serves as a consultant to faculty members requesting assistance
in instructional development and design.
Plans and coordinates overall instructional services offered by
the Office of Instructional Development (OID).
Plans and schedules instructional improvement seminars for
Assists the director in administrative activities including
budget development and personnel functions.
Prepares and maintains records and reports on services provided
Serves on various committees to represent OID and to promote the
Coordinates the Instructional Improvement Grants for OID which
provide internal funding for improvement projects on campus.
Collaborates with the Instructional Resources Center and the
Office of Computing and Information Services on projects
requiring hardware adaptation or support.
Represents the director as requested on campus wide committees.
Serves in a liaison capacity for computer utilization in
Assists with support services for graduate teaching assistants.
Assists in planning for research and development relating to
university level instruction.
Participates in the New Faculty Orientation Program.
Performs related work as required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from an accredited college or university with at
least a master's degree in education, preferably a doctorate in
curriculum and instruction, plus considerable experience in the
field of instructional technology and instructional development;
or any equivalent combination of training and experience.
Teaching experience and ability to communicate with faculty also
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Considerable knowledge of curriculum development and instruction
at the university level.
Considerable knowledge of the instructional application and
operation of a wide range of microcomputer and mainframe
Knowledge of the methods and procedures used in research and
development relating to university level instruction.
Ability to plan and coordinate instructional improvement
Ability to understand and offer resolutions to faculty problems
in instructional design.