Training Content Developer - Fully Remote/Off-site

Starts 5/12/2021
Duration Months
Status Freelance/ possible Full Time
Rate DOE
Our digital agency client and their automotive client are looking for a Training Content Developer to help support their team and possibly join it!

The Training Content Developer is responsible for creating engaging, informative, and effective learning content and communications in a variety of formats.

Responsibilities:
- Validate content to be used in learning materials and communications. Leverage and collaborate with subject-matter experts, key performers, program champions, and others to create high quality and quantity of projects.
- Create solutions that are creative, engaging, instructionally sound, complete, and accurately convey learning concepts and messaging in line with company culture, tone, and branding.
- Design and develop messaging and media solutions for both new hire and existing employees to support role-based organizational needs.
- Use a disciplined instructional design approach to create meaningful, memorable learning experiences.
- Prepare facilitator support materials (i.e. PowerPoint slides, leader/facilitator guides, learning activities, evaluation tools, etc.)
- Partner with others on the Learning & Development Team to create and/or source trainings, tools, and resources that address needs.
- Provide support for other Learning and Development initiatives as needed.

This Training Content Developer must:
- Have strong knowledge of eLearning standards and Adult Learning Theory
- Be proficient in Excel, PowerPoint, & Word
- Have experience with media creation/editing tools like: Storyline, Camtasia Studio, Snagit, Audacity, Articulate, ProTools
BONUS: proficiency in PhotoShop, Illustrator, InDesgin, Premiere, Audition, and/or Arobat. Experience with an automotive client or withing the industry

Submit resume (and samples if applicable) to: CC319@jobalert.creativecircle.com


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