General Statement of Duties
Develop effective online, hybrid, and web-enhanced courses created in collaboration with Seminary professors. Develop trainings and resources that prepare Seminary faculty to effectively facilitate their hybrid and online courses. The ET Instructional Design Specialist will develop and manage feedback and student support systems, and assist the ET office with LMS technical support when needed.
- Bachelor’s Degree required or equivalent education to support course development and training. Theological education a plus.
- 2 years work experience in higher education preferred
- 2 years work experience with Instructional Design field preferred
- Training and experience in hybrid course development preferred
- Working knowledge of adult education principles and hybrid course design
- Excellent interpersonal and online communication skills
- Aptitude for technical writing and technical documentation
- Learning Management system skills required; Moodle experience preferred.
- Expertise with Internet, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, Adobe, HTML, media software, and digital video required.
- Graphic design skills preferred
- Commitment to Denver Seminary’s mission and statement of faith
Denver Seminary is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence in all areas of ministry and operations.
Willingness to support Denver Seminary’s Vision and sign the National Association of Evangelicals Faith Statement is required.
Email resume and list of references to The application and statement of faith are also required and may be emailed with your resume submission. Director of Human Resources, Denver Seminary, 6399 S Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, CO 80120.
Position is fulltime with benefits.
Targeted start date: Late fall 2013
Position is open until filled.