Position Summary

Descriptive Title

FT / Temporary - Time Limited

Salary and Other Benefits

Expected Salary Range ( $57,600.00 - $85,000.00 )

Position Description

This position is Full-Time and Temporary – Time Limited

JOB SUMMARY:
Designs and develops on-line, web-enhanced lessons, support materials and high quality media assets for consumer, stakeholder, and employee audiences. Works across Program Teams for assigned Division and coordinates work closely with the Technology Managers. Completes other duties as assigned.

JOB DUTIES:
60% – Essential – Collaborate with subject matter experts to design and develop on-line, blended and web-enhanced lessons using new and existing program-team-generated curriculum for target audiences (adults and youth). Ensures learning strategies and delivery methods support stated program objectives and outcomes for on-line lessons. Ensures the technical solutions are compatible with appropriate approach for on-line learning (mobile friendly learning for adult) and youth learning principles. Designs on-line classrooms using Clemson approved platforms like CU-Online. Appropriately catalogs and archives productions according to program requirements

20% – Essential – Develops and administers evaluation for on-line programs. Assesses outcomes for on-line Extension lessons and programs based on analytics and evaluation results and provides recommendations for improvement in information transfer and behavior change/skill adoption. Align with Clemson Universities policies for technology and social media and provide employee onboarding training on these policies.

10% – Essential – Develop scholarly outputs and products that support Clemson Extension’s reputation in program and initiative implementation and dissemination with an emphasis on synchronous and asynchronous virtual learning (publications, expert presentations, programs, validated evaluation instruments, applied research outputs, etc.).

5% – Essential – Interacts and coordinates programming efforts with teaching and research faculty, state and federal agencies and private partners and organizations to identify programming needs and communicate impact. Seek grants and private gifts to support assigned programs. Complete other duties as assigned.

5% – Essential – Attends program specific, office and Extension team meetings and trainings as assigned by supervisor. Communicates effectively, both verbally and through written correspondence to Extension and program administrators. Participates in training and professional development that may require travel out of assigned territory.

Required Qualifications

Education - Master's Degree Experience - Entry Level

Preferred Qualifications

Education - Doctoral / Professional Degree in Instructional design, Educational design, instructional technology, similar

Other Requirements

Essential Level 2 employee Required to maintain/resume essential support functions, deliver direct care services, and/or provide recovery support before normal operations resume. Some positions in this category may be required to work remotely or be on-call.

Travel Requirements

Overnight Travel

Equal Employer Statement(s)

Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to people of all ages, regardless of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or family status and is an equal opportunity employer.

About Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service

Clemson Cooperative Extension helps improve the quality of life of all South Carolinians by providing unbiased, research-based information through an array of public outreach programs in youth development; agribusiness; agriculture; food, nutrition and health; and natural resources. With offices in all 46 counties of the state, Extension works to help support South Carolina’s $46.2 billion Agribusiness (agriculture and forestry) industry; strengthen families and communities; improve stewardship of natural resources and the environment; strengthen connections between people and their food; and expose South Carolina youth to opportunities in agriculture, science, technology, engineering and math.