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Responsible for supporting multimedia and instructional technology services for the Department of Anesthesiology. Will provide technical assistance, and training to faculty and staff for programs utilizing these platforms with focus on medical simulation program.
The Simulation Technology and Media Specialist will work with the Human Simulation & Patient Safety Center to provide technical expertise, instructional support, and advocacy in health care simulation at the UME, GME, and CME levels. This position coordinates all aspects of the medical simulation program including performing pre- and post-simulation activities, executing simulation sessions, collaborating with faculty and staff on scenario development, and supporting the daily operations of the Center. This position also provides technical and audiovisual administrative coordination of the Center and maintains pertinent documentation and resources.
Promote, provide, and oversee multimedia services and support for all facets of operations, including classes, conferences, public events, and general office operations. Assist in promoting the innovative use of multimedia and IT capabilities of the department among faculty, staff, and students. Educate users on possibilities and procedures associated with department-wide infrastructure. Develop procedures to facilitate efficient operation of systems.
Assist in implementing chosen strategies to advance academic programs through the innovative use of technology. Work with the Anesthesiology Innovative Education Governance Committee to determine scope, deliverables, and necessary multimedia/technology resources for all projects. The position will work with faculty to understand the teaching/learning environment, review technological options related to teaching needs with faculty, and teach faculty to use new technology.
Assist Vice Chair for education in managing a central content housing resource that addresses the following: collection, organization, archives, indexing, storage, protection and security, screening, and review processes. Oversight of all internal Duke Anesthesiology or DUHS content relating to departmental programs. This includes all education videos, other video content, lectures, slides, graphics, photos, animations, quizzes, interactive elements, virtual environments, simulations, interviews, commercials, workshops, events, Duke-hosted medical conference sessions, and content for Duke Anesthesiology–sponsored CME.
Produce videos of lectures, guest speakers and events including recording, editing and finishing of material for department use. Responsible for photography for use in projects and multimedia presentations.
Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein. The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this classification. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required for the position.
Previous STimulation Technician experience
Work requires knowledge of instructional audiovisual media programs and materials normally acquired through a bachelor's degree in Education Media, Instructional Design, Marketing, Public Relations or a related field.
Work generally requires two years experience in curriculum development, instructional design, medical education, television, instructional technology or a related area to acquire the ability to develop media design programs and plan and manage production and audiovisual projects. A master's degree in Educational Media, Instructional Design or a related field may be substituted for experience.OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
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