The Coordinator, Learning, Teaching, and Educational Technology provides coordination and support for partner groups, events, projects, and initiatives that advance effective and innovative teaching, learning, and educational technology practices in the B.C. post-secondary system. This job is for a service-oriented problem solver who enjoys a fast paced, energetic, learning-focused workplace.
This position reports to the Senior Manager, Learning and Teaching and works with other BCcampus staff as well as instructional staff, faculty, and other educators from partner institutions.
- Assist with the planning and delivery of BCcampus online and face-to-face events and workshops, including building conference schedules, supporting program chairs, and managing presenter communications
- Coordinate educational technology demonstrations and other online events
- Create and maintain data on events and initiatives for planning and reporting purposes
- Assist with research on trends, learning and teaching activities, and strategies
- Prepare literature reviews
- Support provincial groups sponsored by BCcampus, including collaborations, relationship management, planning and support for group leaders, and maintaining web properties and current membership records
- Engage in relevant continual learning
Education and subject matter expertise:
- Bachelor’s degree, or an equivalent combination of post-secondary education and at least 2 years of related experience in the B.C. post-secondary system
- High attention to detail
- Energetic and resourceful
- Exercise good judgement and show initiative
- Prioritize workflow effectively
- Able to stay focused and motivated in ambiguous situations
- Work well under pressure to meet deadlines
- Establish and maintain positive, productive working relationships
- Communicate professionally and effectively in person, online, and in writing
- Work effectively in the B.C. post-secondary system
- Able to use a variety of tools for communication, collaboration, and learning, such as Zoom, BlueJeans, RocketChat, WordPress, Pressbooks, Google tools, Moodle, Confluence, etc.
- Research using both primary and secondary sources
- Share knowledge openly
This is a one-year contract position with the possibility of renewal depending on funding. A secondment from a B.C. post-secondary institution is also a possibility for this role. The salary range is $54,900 – $65,561 for a 35-hour work week, preferably out of our Victoria office.
Please submit your résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: March 23, 2018