FTE may reduce based on grant process. Position is contingent upon grant funding
CHEO Grant Curriculum Developer
Academic Divisions of Arts & Sciences, Business & Technology, and Health & Public Safety Professions.
Release Date/Closing Date:
03/18/2013 – 04/08/2013
Applications are due by 4:00 pm on the close date. Applications received after the close date will not be accepted. Post-marks will not be accepted.
The Consortium for Healthcare Education Online (CHEO) at Pueblo Community College, a federally funded United States Department of Labor Trades Adjustment Assistance for Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) program, functions solely to support the activities outlined in the CHEO Program proposal selected for funding. Seven other colleges join PCC: Kodiak College, AK; Otero Junior College, CO; Red Rocks Community College, CO; Montana State University-Great Falls College of Technology, MT; Flathead Valley Community College, MT, Lake Area Technical Institute, South Dakota; and Laramie County Community College, WY. This project will serve counties identified in the States of Alaska, Colorado, Montana, South Dakota, and Wyoming. CHEO’s institutional partners will develop or transition identified allied healthcare courses and programs into hybrid and/or online formats. These programs—some of which will be new and others currently provided in the face-to-face format only—will offer students the opportunity to acquire stackable certificates, allowing them to make progress in their profession as working adults while pursuing academic credentials. Additionally, many of the courses in these programs lattice so that students can more easily change their area of focus to a different allied health program and be able to apply their prior learning. As appropriate, CHEO partners will develop new lab exercises using the North American Network of Science Labs Online (NANSLO) labs to provide their students with the opportunity to conduct science experiments online. The following certificate and degree credentials will be developed and awarded by members of the consortium: Polysomnography, Emergency Medical Services (EMT-basic, intermediate EMT and advanced EMT), Health Information Technology, Occupation Endorsement Certificate, Medical Office Support, Medical Lab Technology, Nurse Aide, Home Health Care, Hospice Care, Medication Aide, Health Care Core, Pre Nursing, Paramedicine, Radiation Technology, Medical Lab Technician, Practical Nursing , Nurse Aide Certificate Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and AAS degrees. Targeted populations of students include TAA eligible workers, returning veterans and older adults.
Job Summary Statement:
All job descriptions incorporate and utilize the principles and tools of continuous improvement. This is the foundation of our accreditation through the Academic Quality Improvement Program. Launched by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) in 1999, the program offers an alternative reaccreditation pathway emphasizing continuous quality improvement. The HLC's Handbook for Accreditation summarizes the program as follows: "The Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) infuses the principles and benefits of continuous improvement into the culture of colleges and universities by providing an alternative process through which an already-accredited institution can maintain its accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission.” Pueblo Community College embraces continuous improvement and has adopted it as its culture and as a necessary part of every job description. In addition, all job descriptions require the utilization of available technology in the completion of the duties.
This position specifically exists to oversee allied health program (Polysomnography, Emergency Medical Technician, and Health Information Technology) courses to online/hybrid format, including logistics and academic oversight; will oversee NANSLO coordination logistics and academic oversight and development, participate in professional development activities; coordinate strategies for distance/hybrid/online learning best practices on campus; develops new allied health curriculum for Pueblo Community College.
The incumbent in this job is expected to assist the College in achieving its vision and mission. Customer focus, college service, and a willingness to assist as needed are expectations for all employees.
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Work independently and collaboratively with subject matter experts and staff to design, develop, and redesign innovative and engaging web-based courses and programs that reflect PCC’s quality standards, ensuring that PCC full online and hybrid courses meet the PCC quality assurance standards.
Provide expertise in the development of appropriate instructional pedagogies through interaction with instructors in both one-on-one sessions and via faculty development workshops, reviewing courses to ensure that instructors are using proper teaching techniques and providing support for making changes to courses.
Develop and teach professional development workshops covering both technical and pedagogical issues to insure that instructors are trained on good instructional pedagogy.
Develop multimedia content for online courses, ensuring that courses are enhanced with quality media.
Provide expertise in the development and maintenance of effective instructional design models for allied health professions at PCC.
Collaborate with the PCC Virtual Campus staff to develop instructional design models for use in PCC online, hybrid and web enhanced courses.
Help troubleshoot issues reported by instructors and staff, working to problem resolution.
Bachelor’s degree in instructional design, educational technology, curriculum and assessment, or related field.
ALL DEGREES MUST BE EARNED FROM A REGIONALLY ACCREDITED INSTITUTION
· At least one-year experience teaching; experience working with subject matter experts in developing online courses; experience working with and developing multimedia and online applications;
Special knowledge, skills, abilities:
· Demonstrated working knowledge of Desire2Learn or other online systems
· Demonstrated ability utilizing Microsoft Office, Dreamweaver or other equivalent web-design software, Adobe Photoshop, or equivalent
· Demonstrated ability with HTML and Cascading Style Sheets.
Master’s degree in instructional design, educational technology, curriculum and assessment, or related field.
ALL DEGREES MUST BE EARNED FROM A REGIONALLY ACCREDITED INSTITUTION
· More than one-year experience teaching in a post-secondary setting
· At least one-year experience working with allied health subject matter experts in developing online courses
· Experience working with and developing multimedia and online applications for allied health applications
· Experience with Macromedia Flash applications
· Experience with Macromedia Flash.
$45,000 annual salary. PCC offers an excellent benefits package which includes health, dental, vision, life insurance, and retirement.
To be considered for a position, applicants must submit a PCC Application, voluntary Affirmative Action form, letter of interest, resume, and unofficial transcripts to PCCJOBS@pueblocc.edu or by mailing applicant packets to: Human Resources
900 W Orman Ave
Pueblo, CO 81004
--All applications received by the close date will be considered.
--After the position closes, applicants will be screened based on the posted MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
--Applicants meeting minimum qualifications will be moved to the Screening Committee. The Screening Committee will determine the applicants who will be offered interviews and those applicants will be contacted via email or telephone.
--Once a job offer has been accepted, all applicants will be notified via email.
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