Hamilton College seeks a creative, talented, and energetic individual for 
appointment to the role of Instructional Designer in the division of Library 
and Information Technology Services (LITS).  We are looking for a collaborative 
professional who has the ability to bring new ideas to the forefront, as well 
as motivate and inspire others. The successful candidate will assist the 
Research & Instructional Design Team, a blended team of librarians and 
educational technologists, to advance innovative learning initiatives across 
the curriculum. The Research & Instructional Design teams supports both 
traditional and new models of student centered teaching, learning, and research 
in the liberal arts. The Research & Design Studio (RDS), located in Burke 
Library, provides the College community access to the expertise and 
technologies needed for library research, 3D scanning and printing, virtual 
reality, large format poster creation, and more. The team hosts a variety of 
innovative programs, such as “Tinker Tuesday” maker-events and a Research & 
Technology workshop series for faculty, students, and staff. Current team 
initiatives also include participation in the HP-Educause Library of the Future 
project, the implementation of Hamilton’s Digital Commons, and the ongoing 
development of LITS’s Research & Digital Media Tutor program. The 
successful candidate must possess strong research and technical skills, 
excellent problem solving abilities, and a committment to life-long learning.

LITS is committed to the ongoing intellectual and personal development of its 
members as professionals and good campus citizens. We encourage and support all 
members to pursue professional development, acquire new skills, and achieve 
certifications that lead to personal and professional excellence.

Originally founded in 1793 as the Hamilton-Oneida Academy, Hamilton’s 
1,350-acre hilltop campus overlooks the New England-style Village of Clinton, 
New York, in close proximity to the Adirondack Park. Its open curriculum gives 
students the freedom to tailor their own liberal arts education within a 
research- and writing-intensive framework. The highly selective college enrolls 
1,850 students. Additional information about the College can be found at 

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