Job: UF Libraries – Instruction Consultant & Training Program Coordinator

POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT: Instruction Consultant and Training Program Coordinator
The George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida is seeking an experienced, skilled, and dedicated individual to serve as the Instruction Consultant and Training Program Coordinator working in collaboration with and under the supervision of the Assistant Program Director for HR in managing the Smathers Libraries training and development efforts including assessing needs, establishing curriculum and evaluating outcomes. This position will be responsible for designing and assisting in the delivery of library-specific trainings for 300 library staff and faculty, as well as coordinating trainings offered through professional organizations, the UF Training and Development Office, and other sources. The Instruction Consultant and Training Program Coordinator also serves as consultant and instructional design and delivery expert for 80 library faculty, including subject specialists and instruction librarians, and staff in order to improve the quality and effectiveness of instruction provided by the Libraries to the University. This position will provide expertise, training, coaching and consultation on instructional efforts including the preparation of resources and supportive materials to facilitate traditional, online and hybrid learning; improve access for remote users; and expand the effective use of educational tools such as asynchronous and synchronous technologies, screen capture, video conferencing, video tutorials, webinars, and online discussions and chat, and new technologies as they become available.

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