Hi Ms. Smith. I was wondering if your students would be interested in participating in a nationwide SAT Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. If not, perhaps you have some educator contacts you could direct me to. You can view contest details at BrainyFlix.com Please let me know. Thanks!
My name is Jerome A. Burks; I work for Minority Executive Search. I am trying to get in contact with you to see if you or a friend would be interested in the openings I have. I am searching for a E-Learning & Training Specialist for the Bronx, NY area. I would like to know if you or a friend would be a good fit for this position. If you are interested please send me an updated copy of your resume as a word document. If you are not interested please forward to any qualified candidate that you may know of. If you have any questions please contact me ASAP.
E-learning & Training Specialist
Location: North Bronx
Salary: $40,000 - $50,000
Reports to: Director of Training
Our company is embarking on a major initiative to transform our training from solely classroom-based workshops to blended learning. In order to support this project, a new dedicated full time position has been created.
As a member of the Training team, the E-learning & Training Specialist will work with the Director of Training to support Training initiatives nationally. The focus will be on working collaboratively with the Director and with a consulting organization to create and implement interactive, engaging, and effective e-learning modules, including but not limited to decision-making scenarios, simulations, mini-games, wikis, video lessons, e-seminars, etc. Other responsibilities will include coordination and delivery of classroom training as needed.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
National Training Initiatives (90%)
· Work with the Director of Training to ensure successful implementation of e-learning project
· Help evaluate & select from e-learning vendors bidding on the e-learning contract
· Review, edit, create, and write materials needed for e-learning modules
· Make sure the e-learning project hits all deadlines and milestones
· Serve as a liaison between the Training team, the consulting organization, and internal staff whose participation is required for the e-learning project
· Actively participate as a contributing member of the Training team
· Deliver training in other regions as needed
Regional Training (10%)
· Facilitate training workshops as needed
· Support training logistics as needed
· Perform other duties as assigned
MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS
Commitment to our mission and educational approach. Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred. Understanding of the principles of e-learning instructional design, as well as the principles of adult learning. One-two years’ experience working on an e-learning design & e-learning implementation project. One-two years’ experience delivering interactive, engaging training to adults; excellent facilitation skills required. One-two years’ experience assessing, developing, and maintaining training curriculum and materials. One-two years’ project management experience. Strong writing and editing skills absolutely required. Excellent organizational and communication skills. Positive attitude, sense of humor, and ability to work on a team, as well as independently. Flexible and extremely reliable. Familiar with office technology and software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email). Experience working with elementary school children a plus. Bilingual (Spanish/English) a plus. Up to 10% travel required. Occasional weekends required.
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Hey, Rachel! Glad to see another high school English teacher on here! Are you struggling as much as I am to balance everything: familiarize yourself with all the new Web 2.0 tools, determine how and when to use them in class, keep up with the existing piles of papers that need grading, etc.
I'm just looking forward to summer so I can "play" a little without the pressure to get 70 To Kill a Mockingbird character analysis papers back to my freshmen. Arggh!