UT Health Science Center is Hiring an Educational Specialist

Educational Specialist Job ID 150000008R (50211565)

Job Summary/Essential Job Functions: The Educational Specialist will collaborate with residents and faculty in an effort to facilitate the development and implementation of educational programs both on-line and live. This position must design, develop, manage curriculum, and monitor compliance with accreditation standards.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Develop educational content and products in the form of workshops, symposiums, conferences, on-line e-learning, webinars, manuals/monographs, blended learning, and other emerging adult learning methods.

Coordinate efforts to bring the COM (both UME and GME) into compliance with accreditation standards related to education goals, outcome, document compliance and evaluation as monitored by LCME and ACGME.

Collaborates with Assistant Director to manage the operations of the Office of Faculty and Resident Development (OFRD) to include data management, marketing, accreditation compliance, and the development of educational training activities.

Manage the social/media presence and engagement. Plan content updates, generate story ideas, and write and edit for the dissemination of survey results and other data.

Working under the direction of the supervisor, this position will create and manage databases, develop and analyze reports, and make recommendations in support of educational content of the OFRD.

Develop continuing medical education applications, documentation, and assessment for all CME activities in accordance with American Council for Continuing Medical Education standards.

Develop and maintain resident and faculty databases and surveys to identify how resident and faculty use different services in preparation of departmental, institutional and accreditation reporting.

Provide ideas and develop methods to communicate the Office of Faculty and Resident Development OFRD services that are underutilized by residents and faculty.

Perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s Degree; three (3) years with technological software and hardware platforms that support management and educational delivery preferably in a higher education setting; OR Master’s Degree (preferably in education, medical education, educational technology, curricular instruction, adult education, or related areas). and one (1) year of related work experience, preferably in a higher education setting. Knowledge of distribution modes supporting content delivery, web accessible and mobile applications, and LMS; documented success in new program development, implementation and evaluation.; experience with Windows and Mac Platforms; high degree of computer literacy (Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, web-based applications); Ability to work independently and effectively to provide team support and content project management. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills with demonstrated ability to work with faculty, staff, and students in a courteous and helpful manner. Strong oral and written communications skills. THIS IS A GRANT FUNDED POSITION. (TRANSCRIPT REQUIRED).

An official transcript or documentation to verify education must be submitted in a sealed envelope to the Human Resources Department prior to first day of employment if selected for a position.

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Instructional Designer II Position for Terminix

From: Ayers, Paul Paul.Ayers@servicemaster.com

Good morning Dr. Martindale,

We are in search of a qualified Instructional Designer II here at Terminix.

I am happy to provide more information to interested parties.

The link to the job posting and application process is here.
Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you!

Paul Ayers

Manager, Instructional Design

TMX Training

860 Ridge Lake Blvd. | Memphis, TN 38120 – Mailstop: A4-111

Office: 901.597.2211 | Mobile: 901.359.3365

Email: Paul.Ayers@servicemaster.com

Position Announcement Auburn University – Coordinator of Pharmacy Curriculum Development

From: Daniel Surry
Date: Thu, Mar 5, 2015 at 9:29 AM
Subject: Position Announcement Auburn University – Coordinator of Pharmacy Curriculum Development

Attached, please find a position announcement for a Coordinator of Pharmacy Curriculum Development here at the Auburn University, Harrison School of Pharmacy.

I hope you will disseminate the announcement to your students, alumni, colleagues, and others who may be interested. Despite the rather odd job title, the job is for an Instructional Designer – someone who can help us as we move through an upcoming large scale curriculum revision. While some knowledge of chemistry and biology would be nice, it is not required.

As you may know, Pharmacy Education is entering an exciting period where many schools are moving to innovative new models of education that emphasize active learning, team based learning, problem solving, and interprofessional “real world” applications of integrated content. The person who is hired for this job will be involved from Day 1 in some pretty interesting activities and will have the chance to play a key role in the curriculum revision process. So, I think it is an exciting and challenging job that would be perfect for the right person.

I should note the only downside of the job is that is a 3 year fixed term. It is not a permanent position, although there is a chance it could be extended for 1 or 2 additional years.

If anyone has questions, please ask them to contact me.

Thank you very much for your assistance in distributing this announcement!

Dan

Dan Surry, Ed.D.
Associate Dean for Curriculum and Assessment
Harrison School of Pharmacy
2316 Walker Building
Auburn, AL 36849-5501
Office Phone: 334-844-8303 Google Voice: 334-521-2614
dansurry@auburn.edu

“Making Medications Work Through Innovative Research, Education and Patient Care”

Auburn Univ. Coordinator of Pharmacy Curriculum Development.pdf