The Educational Developer will validate existing program outcomes with Industry and work closely with BCIT to ensure that students will be able to move smoothly from Selkirk to BCIT. The Educational Developer will work with subject matter experts to validate the curriculum and to develop equipment lists and lab requirements.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
Research, summarize and recommend
- Demand for training and educational programming; program outcomes and equipment requirements
Develop/Refine Learning Outcomes and Build Measures
- Consult with industry stakeholders to draft/approve/refine outcomes and associated assessments and rubrics
- Review existing curriculum and develop and/or refine curriculum modules
- Suggest teaching strategies and propose articulation; consult with industry partners
- Develop marketing plan for recruitment
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
- Demonstrated ability to work with industry partners
- Demonstrated knowledge, background, and successful curriculum development experience at the post-secondary level
- Demonstrated knowledge of outcomes education including leveling and laddering of course outcomes to program and/or training outcomes, aligned assessments and backwards design
Education and Experience
- Preference will be given to candidates with a Masters’ degree in Instructional Design
- Successful curriculum development experience, preferably at the post-secondary level
- Curriculum development professional development including programs like the Professional Instructors Diploma Program (PIDP), Instructional Skills Workshop, attending conferences like the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, as well as memberships in groups like Educational Technology Users Group, BC Teaching and Learning Network, and Educational Developers Caucas
- Teaching experience, preferably at the post-secondary level
Selkirk College is a student and learner-centered institution with a mission to inspire lifelong learning, transform lives through education and training, and serve our communities. We seek faculty members who share those values. See http://www.selkirk.ca/strategic-plan.
This is a casual, temporary position up to 432 hours commencing October 15, 2018 and ending April 15, 2019. Salary and benefits will be in accordance with either the SCFA Collective Agreement or BCGEU Collective Agreement dependent on the background of the applicant.