Oct 18, 2019
Job Title: E-Learning Course Developer Department: Content Development Reports To: Director of Content Development FLSA Status: Full-Time, Hourly - Non-Exempt Summary: The e-Learning Course Developerassembles the various elements of the e-Learning course (text, audio, video, graphics, and animation) into a coherent whole. Supervisory Responsibilities: This position does not have supervisory responsibilities. Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must have a deep understanding of technical, design, and media issues; and basic knowledge of the fundamentals of Computer-Based (CBT), Web-Based (WBT), and Responsive Instructional Design. The individual must possess knowledge and understanding of English grammar that includes knowledge of the structure and content of the English language, including the meaning and spelling of words and grammar. Bachelor's or Associate's degree from a two or four-year college or university and a demonstration of proficiency in HTML and authoring systems that facilitate responsive, mobile-friendly e-Learning creation. A strong background in other programming languages is desired. The individual should strong knowledge of learning management systems (LMS) - their role in the learning environment, how they operate, the relationship between authoring tools and LMSs, how to troubleshoot issues, etc. The individual should have an analytical and methodical approach to work; ingenuity around the creation of reusable objects and engines with the ability to code optimally and choose the right tool based on the technologies available to the audience. The individual should also possess strong attention to detail; an eye for design; comfort with writing both text and dialogue; strong organizational, analytical, and project management skills; and experience developing materials to support adult learning with software. Essential Functions: Collaborate with other team members to meet strict deadlines for e-Learning projects. Ability to multi-task and work on multiple projects with moderate guidance from management. Assemble the text, graphics, and animations provided by other team members using storyboards, graphics, sound files, text, video clips, and animations to construct mobile-friendly e-Learning courses (fit content into an appropriate delivery form). Debug a program following alpha and beta tests. Create interactive educational applications and learning objects by translating interactive portions of a traditional classroom course, such as discussions and quizzes, into a responsive, mobile-friendly format through the use of multiple eLearning tools (e.g. Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, and other software tools specifically designed for this purpose). Structure content to enable efficient re-use, customization, and localization. Update content in web-based training courses to ensure content is current and reflects current regulations and client procedures. Assist with the administration and maintenance of courses within the ASC LMS. Participate in and lead initiatives to solidify standards, innovate, and drive continuous team improvement. Research and develop new and better ways to use widgets and objects within the various authoring programs utilized for course creation. Non-Essential Functions: Other duties/tasks as may be assigned. Computer Skills: Must be competent in all functions of the standard issued Alliance Safety Council computer software. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of e-Learning Course Developer, the employee must be able to withstand performing typical office work, which involves extended periods of sitting at a computer station and performing computer-related work, which generally involves repetitive motion tasks on a computer keyboard and viewing of multiple monitors for prolonged periods. The employee must also be able to regularly stand, walk, climb, balance, stoop, and kneel and occasionally lift and/or move up to 15 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions Mental Demands While performing the duties of e-Learning Course Developer, the employee must be able to function in a high-pressure environment and meet stringent deadlines for completing tasks; prioritize work, and meet deadlines in a stressful and fast-paced environment. Work Schedule: The e-Learning Course Developer is expected to work Monday through Friday, with the flexibility to work occasionally after-hours and, on very rare occasions, on weekends, as dictated by project deadlines.
Alliance Safety Council Baton Rouge, LA, USA Full-time