eLearning instructional designer
Advertiser: Plain English FoundationMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 8 Feb 2019
- Sydney, CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Education & Training, Workplace Training & Assessment
Plain English Foundation is Australia’s top plain English training and editing provider, and we champion transparent and ethical public language. We work with government, corporate and not-for-profit clients out of our Sydney CBD office, and are moving into the online space.
We’re looking for an experienced eLearning instructional designer to work in our Sydney office. The right person will help us transform some of our world-class, face-to-face training into premium eLearning products.
You must be able to:
- build eLearning modules using an authoring tool (preferably Lectora Online)
- adapt some of our content to eLearning modules independently, and work with us to adapt more complex content
- create teaching and learning activities, both using our ideas and suggesting your own
- develop or source module elements (such as images, videos and audio) to create a consistent look and feel.
You will be responsible for project managing and developing each module. You will:
- ensure modules are delivered on time and to budget
- coordinate internal teams and external consultants
- ensure all modules meet our agreed objectives.
You also need to have:
- a relevant degree from an Australian university
- fluent written and spoken English
- at least 3 years experience in developing eLearning material
- experience in using adult learning principles, active learning practices, experiential and blended learning, and competency-based evaluations.
Ideally, you will also be:
- proficient in Lectora Online
- able to build images and interactives with the Adobe Creative suite
- familiar with LMS systems, preferably Moodle.
We test short-listed applicants on skills directly relevant to the job.
We will only review applications with a covering letter or email.
To be eligible for this position you must be an Australian citizen or resident or have an appropriate visa.
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