The law school is looking for a Research and Instructional Technologist to discover new cool tools for us, customize them, and teach law faculty how to make the most of them.
The Research and Instructional Technologist will design and implement a program to assist faculty in incorporating technology into their teaching and scholarship by providing consultation, advice, training and support for instructional and research technologies. In so doing, the Research and Instructional Technologist will among other initiatives demonstrate the use of specific software in group and individual sessions and will be the faculty resource for specific instructional and research technology software and hardware questions. The person in this position will also focus on researching and recommending the most appropriate combinations of instructional and research technologies for facilitating the Law School's scholarly and educational missions. Other responsibilities include authoring written instructions and documentation for technology resources available to the faculty. The Information Technology Department's Assistant Manager of Audio Visual Services will work collaboratively with the person in this position in training the faculty in the use of classroom technology.
This position will coordinate the delivery and support of instructional and research technologies and services with the Director Information Technology and the Director of the Law Library. This person must possess a high level of skill in working inter-departmentally and must be comfortable in both, Law Library and IT settings. Position #002076.
QUALIFICATIONS: B.A. in Instructional Technology, Educational Technology or related field and five years work related experience; Master's degree in Instructional Technology, Educational Technology preferred. To include: Experience assisting educators in using technology to enhance teaching and/or research; Training or teaching experience; Knowledge of web-authoring, design and development; Broad range of technical proficiency including: multimedia design, developing and administering courses in various course management products, understanding presentation software, HTML, 'smart' classroom presentation equipment, graphics packages, streaming video technologies, and Office Packages (Microsoft/Corel). Salary: Competitive.
The University of Miami offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical and dental benefits, tuition remission, vacation, paid holidays and much more. The University of Miami is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
This could be a great job for the right person. And if you are that person, we'll really appreciate you.