Education Technology Services
This is professional and administrative work involved in the
management and operation of the Center for Educational
An individual employed in this classification has responsibility
for developing and instituting general policies and procedures
for all phases of the Center operation including personnel,
budget, production, faculty/staff training, acquisition,
maintenance, circulation, and liaison with other service groups.
Work is performed under minimal supervision and is reviewed by
observation of results and periodic reports.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Establishes and implements policies and procedures for operation
of the Center for Educational Technology (CET).
Plans and coordinates overall services offered by the CET.
Prepares and maintains records and reports on services provided.
Hires, supervises, and evaluates production, technical,
clerical, and secretarial personnel.
Supervises the production of print, computer, graphics, and
other media products from conception to final product.
Supervises the cataloguing, maintenance, and distribution of
equipment and materials.
Evaluates equipment and materials plans for future purchases.
Prepares and supervises the initial budget, budget amendments,
purchase requests, and other related forms.
Assumes responsibility for maintaining liaison with faculty,
academic departments, and other university agencies such as the
IRC, OCIS, and library.
Advises departments on purchases of instructional equipment and
Consults and assists faculty members in the use and production
of media including video and audio tapes, slides, overheads,
computer programs, and other materials.
Serves on various committees to represent the CET.
Performs related work as required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a
master's degree in education technology or a closely related
field or previous supervisory experience in a media facility or
educational institution; or any equivalent combination of
training and experience.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Thorough working knowledge of microcomputers, video cameras and
recorders, and related audio visual equipment.
Knowledge of the principles and practices involved in the
production of print, computer, and graphic materials.
Knowledge of personnel administration and business
Knowledge of the basics of budget preparation and university
Ability to supervise the work of others.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with employees, faculty, department heads, and
Ability to present ideas effectively orally and in writing.