The Program Director for Educational Development utilizes knowledge of evidenced based educational development practices to advance effective teaching and learning principles incorporating instructional technologies where appropriate. Under the direction of the System Director for Educational Technology and Development, the program director serves as a nationally recognized expert of Minnesota State's educational development program. Serving as a liaison to national and statewide organizations and councils, the program director analyzes and recommends new and modified policies, procedures, and operating instructions to assist with the implementation and maintenance of system-wide educational development program opportunities and resources. Click here to view full position description.
The work location is in the heart of downtown St. Paul, right in the skyway system. Benefits include excellent health and dental insurance, retirement package, tuition waiver at Minnesota State institutions (after three years of employment) and flexible working hours.
Resume must reflect all minimum qualifications
Master's degree in education, organizational leadership, organizational or professional development, instructional design, instructional technology, or learning technologies. Will accept a Master's degree in a different field with essential, significant experience working in faculty development or academic technologies.
Four (4) years' experience in leading institutional and/or system-wide initiatives in faculty and/or instructional development or technology initiatives
Online teaching experience at a college or university
Facilitating group process techniques including consensus building, conflict resolution, mediation techniques
Written and oral communication sufficient to prepare messages and materials for diverse audiences and clearly explain, discuss, and present complex ideas, regulations, policies and/or procedures
Additional Salary Information: Employment information for this position (MnSCU Academic Professional 6 for 214/MAPE) can be found in its collective bargaining agreement or its plan document at http://mn.gov/employee-relations/labor-Relations/Labor.