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The Boise State University eCampus Center announces the following job openings:

Multimedia Developer

Position Overview:The Multimedia Developer is responsible for the creation, management and organization of all media elements related to online course production. The position requires the conceptualization, development and production of vector and raster graphics, audio, video, animations, simulations, games, interactive, multimedia learning objects for online courses. This position functions as an in-house “instructional artist” and multimedia expert working collaboratively with faculty and eCampus Center instructional designers to design and develop multimedia objects that meet specific instructional and learning objectives.

Closing Date: January 25, 2019 at 11:59pm.

Read the full job description and requirements on the Human Resources website.


The eCampus Center is dedicated to expanding the programs and offerings of Boise State University beyond traditional borders to meet the academic needs of students anytime, anywhere. We work in collaboration with the academic departments who have final decision over whether a course is taught online and by whom.

If you are looking for an opportunity to teach online at Boise State, we encourage you to contact the chair of any academic department where you are interested in teaching. To view what programs we currently offer online that may fit your expertise, go to

You may also contact Sandy Howell in our office,, with faculty inquiries. Include your full name, email address, phone number, area of interest, and any experience in online instruction. Please also attach a copy of your vitae. Academic departments occasionally contact our office seeking names of potential online instructors and we would be glad to pass your information along when appropriate.

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If you would like to know more about these job openings, you can email the eCampus Center or call (208) 426-5906.