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Supreme Court of Ohio - E-Learning Course Developer (Education Program Manager)

11 Apr 2021 11:59 PM | Terri LoGiudice (Administrator)

The Supreme Court of Ohio is seeking to fill the position of Education Program Manager in the Judicial College.  The successful candidate will develop, implement and administer Judicial College curricula for judges, magistrates, and/or court personnel, and/or other audiences as assigned.

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

  • Serves as an e-learning instructional designer and course developer to develop online self-study education from inception to completion, done individually and/or collaboratively.  Adheres to the Judicial College design/development standards; creates visual storyboards; drafts narration; creates the visual elements; develops knowledge check activities; edits video content; manages a multistep review process; develops highly interactive content using Articulate 360 and other online course development tools.  
  • Collaborates with Court staff, faculty, and other subject matter experts to outline, design, and develop online continuing education courses to be delivered through the Court’s Learning Management Systems (LMS) (currently Cornerstone).
  • Plans, develops, facilitates, and evaluates face-to-face educational programs for judges and magistrates, court personnel and/or other audiences as assigned; conducts education needs assessments for specific target populations; facilitates and designs courses and curriculum with appropriate planning committees; conducts planning meetings and introduces courses; selects faculty; prepares course announcements; coordinates course materials; transports instructional materials and equipment to face-to-face programs; supervises registration; monitors program progress; and monitors seminars in order to evaluate content and faculty.  Researches and responds to complaints and inquiries.
  • Develops and manages courses and implements curriculum for targeted audiences; estimates costs and monitors expenses; manages grants and other financial resources to ensure they are consistent with plans; analyzes trends and makes projections for future financial requirements.
  • Negotiates faculty fees and works with Judicial Services staff to prepare related contracts. 
  • Effectively uses technological education tools such as laptops, computer applications, multimedia projectors and presentation tools (e.g., PowerPoint and polling software, still and moving pictures, flip charts); sets up, and tests equipment, trouble-shoots, solves minor equipment problems.
  • Transports and assembles all A/V at courses offered outside of the Judicial Center.
  • Utilizes instruments to obtain participant evaluation of program content and faculty performance; compiles, reviews, and analyzes evaluation results; informs Judicial College Director of evaluation results; incorporates results into future program planning. 
  • Delivers courses using webcast facilities and distance learning software as appropriate.
  • Applies adult education theory and practice to curriculum development, course planning, and faculty development responsibilities.
  • Prepares and maintains appropriate correspondence, records, reports and files.
  • Attends workshops, seminars and/or professional meetings.  Reviews books and/or publications to update and improve own knowledge & skills pertaining to instructional design, instructional technology and related fields; prepares & maintains records & files; prepares correspondence and reports; makes travel arrangements; answers inquiries regarding Judicial College policies, procedures and events; responds to inquiries and complaints by telephone, in writing, or electronically; coordinates special projects as assigned.
  • Participates in regional and national associations that relate to the program managed; serves on committees; serves as liaison with other agencies or institutions.


  • Completion of undergraduate core program in instructional design, adult learning, education, instructional technology, business or public administration or related field or equivalent. An advanced degree in education, law or related field preferred. 
  • Requires two years experience and significant expertise in preparing and delivering instructional programs for adults using adult learning theories and instructional design methods to develop face-to-face and electronic education (e.g., self-study online courses, webinars, blended approaches).  Requires demonstrated skills and experience with design to delivery including needs assessments, ability to write learning objectives, assist faculty with building out content and selecting teaching methods, to delivery and evaluation.  Experience in a legal environment preferred.
  • Requires demonstrated proficiency developing asynchronous e-learning content which includes; experience with Shared Content Object Reference Model (“SCORM”) development for LMS deployment; expert proficiency with Articulate Storyline, video editing (e.g., Adobe Premiere or similar software), and other tools necessary to develop asynchronous online education.
  • Requires ability to lead and work effectively with subject matter experts and committees.
  • Requires proficiency with delivering education via webconference facilitator tools.  Requires knowledge of design and storyboarding steps and techniques needed to develop online courses, collaboratively or individually, that will reside in a learning management system.
  • Ability to organize work flow to manage multiple projects, meet deadlines, and accomplish tasks with follow-through to completion.
  • May work flexible hours; some courses will require travel and overnight stays.
  • Requires the ability to interact with supervisor, co-workers, judges, justices, attorneys, other court personnel and/or the public with a professional attitude and demeanor.
  • Requires the ability to exercise judgment and creativity in evaluating information and making sound decisions.
  • Requires excellent verbal, written and presentation skills. Requires the ability to communicate tactfully and effectively, both verbally and in writing, to interact productively with others and establish positive rapport and relations. Requires the ability to establish and maintain collaborative and effective working relationships with internal and external constituencies.

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