Summary of Job:
As part of the Course Iterations team, Senior Course Iterations Coordinators are responsible for supporting the ongoing maintenance of the existing short course portfolio from presentation to presentation. Course maintenance is done through the implementation of iterative review changes and updates that ensure ongoing relevance, up-to-date content, pedagogical soundness, and accuracy. Senior Course Iterations Coordinators balance their functional roles in course maintenance project and the management and support of a team of Course Iterations Coordinators.
Senior Course Iterations Coordinators are responsible for documenting, consolidating and implementing ongoing changes to course presentations on the Online Campus (Moodle) based on feedback from external stakeholders (faculty, tutors and students), and internal presentation teams. This is done through formal maintenance projects, such as course reviews and evaluations, while also overseeing the implementation of urgent updates raised through the course queries process, and smaller tweaks/”hot fixes” arising out of the Quality Forum. The Senior Course Iterations Coordinator also oversees the accuracy and quality of the updates performed by their team by conducting quality assurance of their work, and managing and supporting their performance. Success in this role is defined by one's ability to problem-solve, while balancing academic, technological, and human concerns against tight delivery timelines.