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The University of Michigan (U-M) is seeking a qualified Design Manager to join a creative, talented and entrepreneurial team within the Office of Academic Innovation (AI) that is shaping the digital learning landscape at U-M and beyond. The Design Manager (DM) position reports to the Design Management Lead, and collaborates with faculty and content experts, learners, administrators, vendors, and other stakeholders. A DM manages the scoping, design, and development of online courses and other learning initiatives at AI to deliver high-quality learning experiences. This position is an exciting role that works to support and launch new digital learning initiatives through collaboration with the world class faculty of the University of Michigan.
You enjoy the prospect of working with a very diverse set of thinkers who come from U-M's nineteen schools & colleges and you have a great interest in being exposed to subject matter close to and far away from your comfort zone. You actively embrace challenges, thrive on solving tough problems, demonstrate passion about digital and blended education and how it impacts the future of higher education and enjoy working within a dynamic, fast paced team environment. You relish working with multiple complex projects at the same time, balancing priorities and goals accordingly and you find it rewarding to translate complex processes and ideas for diverse audiences throughout the lifespan of various projects.
The Office of Academic Innovation is a strategic priority for the University of Michigan. Through curricular innovation, leadership in learning analytics and personalization at scale, AI aims to shape the future of learning and redefine public residential education at a 21st century research university by unlocking new opportunities for the U-M community and learners around the world.
Our preferred future includes:
As we reimagine the global public research university and create a culture of innovation in learning, we value:
For more information, please visit our website: Academic Innovation.
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