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Vice President for Information and Instructional Technology
Delaware Technical Community College in Dover, Delaware
Date Posted November 30, 2020
Executive-Administrative Vice President
Employment Type Fulltime
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Title Vice President for Information and Instructional Technology
Position Number 79959
Position Type Regular Full-Time
Hiring Location Office of the President-Dover, DE
Contact Phone Number 302-857-1604
Contact Email Address
Work Location Office of the President-Dover, DE
Position Specific Details

The incumbent is responsible for the overall management of the information and instructional technology department.

Salary Salary Plan D, Level V--Salary determined through relevant experience and education
Classification Title Vice President for Information and Instructional Technology
Job Code 1082 (FT)
FLSA Exempt
Position Pay Grade Salary Plan D, Level V
Position Type Full-Time
Summary Statement

The incumbent is responsible for crafting visionary solutions, employing creative thinking, providing administrative oversight and demonstrating innovative leadership within the Information and Instructional Technology Division. The incumbent will foster an environment that will result in increased student engagement, improved overall access, impactful learning, and ultimately a higher rate of satisfaction and success. The incumbent will serve as a collegewide advocate for the learning needs of students, and for the instructional design and technology needs of instructors. It is the responsibility of this position to lead, partner, assist, and support the College’s academic community as they strive to design, develop, and deliver excellent academic offerings.

Nature and Scope

This position will foster an environment that supports and encourages instructors to adopt innovative teaching strategies, integrate state of the art educational technologies, increase instructional quality, and excel in both the traditional and distance education-based learning environments. An incumbent in this class reports directly to the President. Typical contacts include: senior administration, deans of instruction, directors of workforce development and community education, academic department chairpersons, faculty, Center for Creative Instruction and Technology staff, registrars, division of information and instructional technology directors, directors of business services, marketing staff, students, alumni, community representatives, and external stakeholders.

Principal Accountabilities

(An incumbent may perform any combination of the below listed accountabilities)
1. Provides vision, leadership and direction for innovation and excellence in instruction and the application of educational technology to improve teaching and enrich learning for all students.
2. Develops and maintains the strategic vision necessary to sustain and continue the growth of innovative traditional and distance education at the College.
3. Monitors, evaluates operational effectiveness, provides administrative oversight, and manages institutional initiatives.
4. Collaborates with senior administrators, faculty, and staff to assess needs and priorities of current and future faculty, students, and staff. Assists in the development of comprehensive strategies that address these priorities.
5. Provides leadership for continuous programmatic growth and enhancement – including the development of internal programing, professional development initiatives, and productive external partnerships with local, regional, state, and national organizations affiliated with teaching and learning in higher education.
6. Oversees the creation of and adherence to distance education policies and procedures.
7. Oversees the director of the center for creative instruction and technology, who is responsible for:
a. Leading the exploration and adoption of innovative instructional design and instructional technology-based tools and techniques.
b. Overseeing the creation of programs, courses, workshops, and insuring instructors have access to one-on-one guidance in the use of course delivery methods and instructional strategies that utilize educational technology and, as a result, engages students, strengthens learning, and improves retention and student completion rates.
c. Overseeing the design, development, and delivery of faculty training in the use of best practices in traditional education and distance education.
d. Ensuring through close collaboration with the deans of instruction that faculty and staff needs for training and support are met.
e. Providing leadership and direction for the administrational use of Blackboard, Wimba, and other educational foundational technologies. Advocates for the needs of faculty, students, as well as other end users.
f. Coordinates Instructional Technology Support training to provide technical/instructional support to assist faculty in the design and development of instructional multimedia, and distance education applications.
8. Monitors, responds to, updates, and adheres to Middle States accreditation standards, as well as other regulatory requirements impacting distance education at DTCC.
9. Works in collaboration with academic department heads, information technology, and other campus units to maintain and enhance the College’s learning technology infrastructure.
10. Actively participates in traditional and distance learning related consortiums, partnerships, and organizations.
11. Performs other related duties as required.

Knowledge Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of the principles and practices of instruction.
Knowledge of the use of technology in instruction, including knowledge of instructional management computer software.
Knowledge of electronic media and distance education course delivery methods and instructional management computer software.
Knowledge of educational assessment techniques.
Knowledge of the methods used in short- and long-term planning.
Strong interpersonal and presentation skills.
Ability to train others in the application of technology to instruction.
Ability to communicate effectively in both written and oral form.
Ability to effectively communicate and relate to a diverse population in a multicultural environment.

Minimum Qualifications

Master’s degree in a relevant field.
Five (5) years of relevant experience in an academic setting.

Rev. 10/12/17

Posting Details


Posting Number REG2796PO
Number of Vacancies  
Desired Start Date  
Position End Date (if temporary)  
Open Date 11/19/2020
Close Date 12/03/2020
Open Until Filled No
Special Applicant Instructions  

Supplemental Questions

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Required Documents

Required Documents
  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter/Letter of Application
  3. Unofficial Transcripts
Optional Documents
  1. Teaching Philosophy
  2. Writing Sample
  3. Curriculum Vitae
  4. Other Document
  5. Multi Media
  6. First Letter of Reference
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