Head of Educational Technology

The Head of Educational Technology is responsible to the Academic Dean for leading projects and activities that incorporate technology, pedagogy and content that fosters quality and innovative learning.

The primary role of the Head of Educational Technology is to identify 21st century learners’ needs for provision of innovative learning with technology and sound pedagogy.

Duties And Responsibilities:

  • Know the latest and upcoming trends in educational technology and translate it into the teaching & learning activities at the College
  • Work closely with faculty members and industry partners to establish and achieve online learning targets
  • Assist faculty members to adopt leading pedagogical practice with technologies in their current teaching and learning activities
  • Use innovative pedagogy in educational technology to assess each program’s e-learning needs to design and deploy blended learning curriculum
  • Work closely with technical and creative staff teams to support quality instructional design


  • Minimum Masters Degree in the field of instructional design or educational technology
  • Minimum 3 years of direct, recent work experience with e-learning development, curriculum design, training methodologies and building and maintaining courseware and LMS
  • Knowledge of project management would be an advantage
  • Proven ability to develop strong academic programs in compliance with higher education accreditation agencies
  • Proven experience with adult learning principles and course design techniques, as well as the ability to identify and fulfill adult student needs
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the issues and implications of in-class and distance learning, along with mitigation strategies for dealing with them
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including instructional, facilitation, and presentation skills
  • Ability to conduct research into course development and delivery concepts, as well as technical hardware/software issues

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