Distance Education Instructional Designer - Unity College

Job Description:
The Distance Education Instructional Designer will collaborate with and support content experts in diverse environmental disciplines to design cutting-edge online courses for Unity College's Distance Education Department. This new position will use best practices in educational pedagogy to design, implement and continually monitor online course outcomes..
The successful candidate will have at least one year of experience that demonstrates success collaborating with faculty to design online courses for adult learners. Energetic and creative candidates with expertise in educational theory and experience designing courses for adult, remote learners are especially encouraged to supply. This position offers a competitive salary with generous benefits. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.
Additional Information:
This is a location bound, full-time, calendar year, exempt position. Primarily day shift with weekends and/or extended hours when needed. Must be flexible and cooperative in fulfilling responsibilities and meeting the college's needs.
Application Instructions:
Unity College seeks to attract employees who share a commitment to the environment and to human diversity, and who have an interest in helping students develop an understanding of the richness and complexity of individuals and society.
Unity College is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria.
Candidates may apply online at https://bit.ly/KEESJOBS
To assure confidential tracking of all applicants, no applications will be accepted via email. ALL INQUIRIES WILL BE HELD IN STRICKT CONFIDENCE.
This search is being managed by Alison Lewin, Project Manager of KEES. Questions may be addressed to alewin@kees2success.com
KEES is a retained search and consulting firm dedicated to building transformative teams and leaders in the nonprofit and public sectors.

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