Dordt College is seeking a Director of Online Education. The director will lead project start-up, growth, and ongoing quality assurance for new and existing online initiatives. This individual will be responsible for developing consortial relationships and concurrent credit partnerships, as well as ensuring online program delivery, mission fit, and quality.
Duties include enhancing online curricular options, expanding online teaching impact and enrollment, developing concurrent credit initiatives and qualified instructor pool, helping identify and develop new online courses and programs at all levels, completing accreditation assurances, providing leadership to staff for admissions and marketing efforts for online initiatives, and collaborating to provide faculty professional development in online teaching and learning.
Desired qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts degree, relevant master’s preferred (e.g., educational leadership, organizational leadership, educational/instructional technology, curriculum development); ability to articulate and promote a Biblical, reformational perspective; experience in online education; and strong familiarity with accreditation processes. Mature interpersonal, collaborative, communication, and leadership skills are also required.
Qualified candidates with a personal commitment to a Reformed, biblical faith and a desire to work with faculty, staff and students at a Christian college should forward a letter of application and resume to Sue Droog, Executive Director of Human Resources. A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
For the full application procedure please go to www.dordt.edu - About Dordt - Job Openings - Staff
About Dordt College
Dordt College is a private institution of higher education, committed to the Reformed Christian perspective. Located in the heart of the vibrant midwest in the thriving community of Sioux Center, Iowa, Dordt College seeks to provide a holistic learning experience for our students, in which they can develop Christian insight to discern and challenge modern worldviews of our age in light of God's Word.