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Instructional Designer/Trainer

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Location: Bethesda, MD

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Name: Susan Francis
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Job Description


Primary responsibilities include
applying the ADDIE model to design and develop effective training programs.
Conducts needs assessments.  Develops
training plans to include learning objectives, target audience, course
outlines, case studies, measurement tools, dependencies and sample training
materials.  Develops a
variety of learning resources and materials such as quick start guides,
reference guides, instructor guides, participant guides, eLearning storyboards,
eLearning courses, and webinar PowerPoint presentations.  Researches subject matter and
collaborates with subject matter experts to support identified business
objectives.  Delivers
training through one of the following methods: face-to-face, web-conferencing
or e-learning.  Reports the
measured impact of a training solution to the various stakeholders.



Job Requirements


Bachelor's degree in Education Instructional
Design, or related field required.  2+
years of experience in field of expertise, Clinical Research related industry
preferable; advanced writing, editing, oral and interpersonal skills; skills in
planning, organizing and self-management.  Adept at analyzing problems,
identifying feasible solutions, and presenting recommendations in a concise,
logical and systematic manner.  Ability
to manage multiple projects at different stages while meeting deadlines and
established standards.  Proficiency
in Microsoft Office.  Proficiency
with eLearning authoring tools (e.g., Captivate or Storyline) a plus. 



 


Submit resume with salary requirements to Attn: SF, TRI, 6500 Rock Spring Dr, Suite 650, Bethesda, MD 20817, or fax to (301) 897-1702, or email to [Click Here to Email Your Resumé].




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