Vol. 15 : No. 6
POSITION: Coordinator, Distance Learning Information and Planning; Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine
SALARY: $40+ (plus benefits) - negotiated based on qualifications & experience
AVAILABLE: Immediately following search
QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree or extensive professional experience required in Communication, Communication Systems Management, Communication Technology, Curriculum Design, or related field. Knowledge of instructional media, computer technologies and interpersonal dynamics. Courses or workshops in distance learning would be valuable. At least two years experience in developing mediated learning materials and programs, including some video-based and/or computer-based projects. Experience with distance education equipment vendors, long distance service providers, and medical education preferred.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Coordinates and provides distance learning program support and instruction for faculty, staff and pre-doctoral medical students at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-COM) and the Centers for Osteopathic Regional Education (CORE) system supporting postdoctoral teaching, research, and service activities. Develops programs for the Osteopathic Network of Excellence (OhiONE) video conferencing system and Centers for Osteopathic Regional Education computer wide-area network by working with other coordinators and instructional support staff at OU-COM and CORE affiliated hospitals including scheduling, curriculum analysis, technical evaluation and faculty support.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: By June 29, 2001 please submit a cover letter, resume with names/telephone numbers of three professional references to Anita M. Kochis, Director, COM Human Resources, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, 015 Grosvenor West, Athens, Ohio 45701. (740) 593-2544.
Please feel free to visit us at: Ohio University web site: http://www.ohiou.edu
Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine web site: http://www.oucom.ohiou.edu
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