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Head of E-Learning






Information Technology (IT)


Master's degree in Instructional Technology, Education Technology, Learning Experience Design, or a related field. (A Ph.D. in a relevant field is a plus).

Information Technology Director

Reporting to

- Minimum 5-7 years of experience in a leadership role within the field of e-learning or instructional design, preferably in a higher education setting.Experience in developing and managing online courses.
- Experience with accessibility standards and best practices in e-learning.
- Experience with learning analytics and data visualization tools




Proven track record of developing and implementing successful e-learning programs and initiatives.



- Excellent communication, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to build strong relationships with faculty, staff, and students.
- Strong project management and prioritization skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Experience with data analysis and educational technology assessment methods.
- Experience in managing and supporting e-learning vendors.

  • Lead and manage the E-Learning team, fostering a collaborative and innovative environment focused on enhancing the university's online learning offerings. 

  • Develop and implement a comprehensive e-learning strategy aligned with the university's educational mission and IT strategic plan. 

  • Oversee the selection, implementation, and ongoing support of learning management systems (LMS) and other e-learning technologies. 

  • Manage and prioritize e-learning development projects, ensuring timely delivery, user adoption, and successful integration with existing systems. 

  • Collaborate with faculty to develop high-quality online courses and learning materials, incorporating best practices in instructional design and pedagogy. 

  • Advocate for the strategic use of e-learning technologies and spearhead initiatives to promote faculty development in online teaching methodologies. 

  • Stay current on emerging trends in e-learning and learning technologies, identifying new opportunities to enhance student engagement and learning outcomes. 

  • Analyze data on e-learning platform usage to identify areas for improvement and optimize the user experience. 

  • Manage relationships with external vendors of e-learning technologies, ensuring cost-effectiveness and adherence to contracts. 

  • Develop and implement policies and procedures for e-learning development, quality assurance, and accessibility. 

  • Oversee the delivery of ongoing support services for faculty and students using e-learning platforms. 

  • Advocate for the use of technology in education and ensure clear communication of e-learning policies, procedures, and resources to the university community.

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