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Educational Technologist / IT Application Analyst - University of Kansas, Edwards Campus

August 27, 2014

Position Overview


This position is responsible for researching, developing and delivering workshops, documentation, and desk side coaching in support of educational technology applications and other academic related services offered by the KU Information Technology (IT) Department, including but not limited to Blackboard, Lecture Capture, video conferencing, and other teaching and learning technological applications. In consultation with the end-users, the IT Application Analyst recommends improvements and modifications in procedures for optimal operation of instructional support at the Edwards Campus. This position also provides classroom and application support to administrative staff and faculty for classroom equipment, best practices in the use of technology, and internet-based class materials. The IT Application Analyst will provide support for all AV and computer technology utilized by BEST and non-BEST programs in classrooms, labs, offices and meeting areas throughout the Edwards Campus. The successful candidate will have effective interpersonal and time management skills, strong leadership and listening skills, effective oral and written communication skills, ability to provide effective feedback in a professional manner, and have a positive attitude. 


For a complete list of requirements and to apply, click here (1527BR – IT Applications Analyst)


Application close date 9/12/201

Steve Werninger

Educational Technologist | KU Edwards Campus

(913) 897-8443 | EdwardsCampus.KU.edu