The Distance Education Specialist is responsible for the implementation, coordination and supervision of the college or System Office distance education technology.
- Resolves conflicts associated with online learning.
- Facilitates the creation, organization, and implementation of professional staff development programs/activities related to distance education technology, educational technology, instructional computing and learning resources.
- Provides technical assistance to instructional staff and others involved with program specific technology.
- Conducts needs assessments designed to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats relative to service excellence.
- Develops and implements evaluations systems to ensure continuous quality improvement.
- Analyzes data, formulates assigned strategic and operational plans, and establishes priorities for implementation.
- Coordinates the establishment of goals, objectives, and priorities for distance education, technology, educational technology, instructional computing, and learning resources.
- Establishes and supervises processes and expectations for environments.
- Establishes and supervises processes and expectations for faculty who teach in videoconferencing environments.
- Inventories, orders, and maintains the college’s audio/visual equipment to include projects, TV monitors, and audio systems; and
- Other duties as assigned.
- Knowledge of internet and networking technologies
- Knowledge of multi-media technologies
- Skill in the operation of computers and job-related software programs
- Leadership skills
- Skill in interpersonal relations and in dealing with the public
- Team building skills
- Strategic planning and goal setting skills
- Oral and written communication skills
Bachelor’s degree in a related field and Two (2) years of related work experience.