Jobs from SALT newsletter

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http://www.salt.org/index.htm?salt.asp?pn=joblistall

1. IT Project Manager
Chicago/Springfield, Illinois
The Illinois Health Data Dissemination Initiative (IHDDI) focuses on re-engineering Illinois’ data dissemination system through an expanded and improved web-based data query system (WDQS). The IT Program Manager for the Illinois Health Data Dissemination Initiative will provide planning and technical leadership for the development, design, and implementation of the management information system (MIS) for an improved web-based data query system.

2. Distance Education and Web Coordinator
Raleigh, North Carolina
The North Carolina State University’s College of Natural Resources (CNR) Instructional Technology office and College Communications office are committed to facilitating the effective use of computing technology. To this end, CNR requires an IT professional capable of further developing its distance education programs and serving as a key resource for the CNR website. For additional information, see http://jobs.ncsu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=78235 or go to: https://jobs.ncsu.edu and search for position # 05-64-0702

3. Technology Manager/Coordinator
Lancaster, Virginia
The installation and configuration of operating systems and application software. Diagnosing and correcting hardware and software problems and providing technical support to end users. Managing server-based applications, database support for the Student Information System and email system.

4. Instructional Designer
Newark, New Jersey
Instructional Designer to provide training and application services to faculty development of courseware for online delivery. Flexible, energetic self-starter with experience in web and hybrid instructional design and pedagogy. Experience designing and conducting both online and face-to-face training courses. Will work closely with teams consisting of faculty, production staff and students in selecting and implementing web-based teaching and learning technologies.

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