The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is seeking a dedicated, detail-oriented Course Production Project Manager responsible for planning and executing the Teaching & Learning (T&L) team's projects. Projects include the management of online course development, online course revamps, online course revisions, and T&L team operational initiatives.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Course & Program Design and Production Management (60%)
Coordinate activities of faculty and T&L design team in developing content for new online courses, major course redevelopments, and minor course revisions.
Develop and execute project plans (timelines, deliverables, budget) for online course production projects.
Work with staff from other Johns Hopkins University (JHU) schools to ensure the integration of online courses as agreed for specified Carey Business School programs (i.e. ensure accuracy of course numbers and terms offered, marketing documentation, and student-facing communications)
Develop operating procedures, protocols, and flowcharts for planning and organization of the program activities with Data Management, Finance, and other Carey departments in mind.
Coordinate the implementation of the online program assessment and evaluation.
Track and document project progress against milestones, challenges, and areas for improvement.
Team Project Management (20%)
Provide project management for select T&L special projects and initiatives.
Provide leadership for team working groups and special projects.
Work effectively within the T&L team project management software (Asana), assigning tasks and milestones as appropriate.
Lead organization and archival of related course file management.
Provide project prioritization recommendations for internal T&L team projects and external projects.
Provide documentation and reporting on projects and initiatives.
Collaborate with stakeholders within the T&L team and Carey Business School.
Technical Development & Maintenance (10%)
Collaborate with team members to test new tools in the learning management systems (Canvas, Coursera)
Assist in testing new features and piloting new solutions in conjunction with other JHU schools.
Assist in evaluating and piloting new and emerging instructional technologies based on sound pedagogy and specific instructional needs.
Keep abreast of developments in related instructional technologies.
Research and disseminate educational technology resources and best practices in technology-enhanced teaching and learning.
Other Tasks as Assigned (5%)
Note: This position requires occasional evenings and weekends in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. to accommodate program needs.
Special Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Knowledge of quality assurance and accessibility tools.
Working knowledge of Microsoft 365.
Excellent customer service skills (vendor relations, project stakeholder engagement)
A team-oriented mindset.
Ability to work collaboratively in an academic community.
Ability to influence effectively across reporting lines and navigate a matrixed environment.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Ability to prepare written communication with an attention to detail and accuracy.
Ability to communicate effectively with individuals and groups within a diverse community.
Ability to manage multiple projects, prioritize, and meet deadlines.
Bachelor's Degree in Instructional Design, Instructional Technology, Education, or related field.
Five years related experience.
Additional education may substitute for required experience and additional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
One to two years of demonstrated knowledge and experience implementing projects in higher education.
Experience with learning management systems (Canvas, Coursera)
Proficiency in using project management tools (Asana), data analysis software, and related processes.
Project Management Professional (PMP), Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, or comparable certification preferred.
Classified Title: Sr. Instructional Technologist Job Posting Title (Working Title): Course Production Project Manager Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/MD Starting Salary Range: Min $55,200 - Max $96,600 Annually ($70,000 targeted; Commensurate with experience) Employee group: Full Time Schedule: 37.5 hours weekly; Monday through Friday with occasional weekends and evenings required Exempt Status: Exempt Location: Hybrid/JH at Harbor East Department name: Teaching and Learning @ Carey Personnel area: Carey Business School
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