From: Nicola Wayer NWayer
Sr. Instructional Designer – https://jobs.tbr.edu/postings/17314 (multiple positions)
The Senior Instructional Designer serves as a project lead in the course development process and collaborates in the development of TN eCampus course development templates and standards, instructional design methodologies, and best practices to develop high quality, engaging, ADA/508 compliant, fully functional online courses. Additionally, the Senior Instructional Designer collaborates in the development of faculty professional development and performance support materials, consults with faculty in selecting appropriate technologies and applying pedagogical/andragogical best practices, and provides guidance to faculty in creating courses that apply Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles. The Senior Instructional Designer conducts course reviews and maintains documentation throughout the course development and review process. The Senior Instructional Designer also provides instructional design expertise and support to special projects and for the implementation of new initiatives. This position reports to the Director of Instructional Design and Training. Minimum requirements include: Master’s degree in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, or related field; minimum five years of instructional design experience in an educational setting at an accredited institution or in a corporate environment, and experience with course development software and learning management systems. Full benefits and competitive salary based on qualifications and experience.
Sr. Performance Support Specialist – https://jobs.tbr.edu/postings/17317
The Senior Performance Support Specialist is responsible for the design, development, implementation, evaluation, and system-wide coordination of comprehensive performance support and training programs for TN eCampus. The Senior Performance Support Specialist will develop and facilitate professional development and training activities for TN eCampus faculty, staff, students, and TBR campuses as needed. This role will be responsible for conducting needs assessments to find performance support issue trends, and to strategically develop technical content in response to these trends. The Senior Performance Support Specialist will also be responsible for coordinating and developing print and electronic performance support and training materials in collaboration with stakeholders across the TN eCampus and Tennessee Board of Regents community. This position reports to the Director of Instructional Design and Training. This position reports to the Director of Instructional Design and Training. Minimum requirements include: Master’s degree in Education, Instructional Design, Industrial-Organizational Psychology or related field with a minimum three years of experience and demonstrated success in training setting or a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of five years of experience; experience in conducting workshops and training; experience designing, developing, and evaluating learning programs; and experience with learning management and content management systems. Full benefits and competitive salary based on qualifications and experience.
Accessibility Conformance & Design Specialist – https://jobs.tbr.edu/postings/17325
The Accessibility Conformance and Design Specialist, in partnership with the Assistive Technology Specialist, is responsible for developing and maintaining liaison support for the TBR central office and system accessibility teams for conformance with the TBR Accessibility Initiative and adopted accessibility standardsWCAG 2.0 A & AA, EPub 3 accessibility guidelines and section 508 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act. The Accessibility Conformance and Design Specialist will develop and manage projects to support ADA/504/508 conformance efforts and Alternative Media design resources and developments for alternative access when Information Material and Technology accessibility is not technologically feasible.
The Accessibility Conformance and Design Specialist will partner with the Assistive Technology Specialist and system accessibility teams for accessibility compliance testing, training designers and developers on TBR accessibility standards, and providing accommodations with alternative media, as well as ensure compliance and educate staff, designers, developers, and faculty on the application of ADA/504/508 legal obligations/guidance. Help with general instructional design, development, and training as needed.
Nicola Wayer, Ph.D.
Director of Instructional Design & Training
TN eCampus (Formerly ROCC/RODP)
Tennessee Board of Regents