Job Description

Job Header

E-learning instructional designer

Advertiser: Plain English FoundationMore jobs from this company

Job Information

Job Listing Date
22 May 2019
Location
Sydney, CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
Salary
Up to $120,000 a year, pro-rata
Work Type
Contract/Temp
Classification
Human Resources & Recruitment, Training & Development

Want to be part of the next big thing? We need an experienced e-learning instructional designer to convert our highly successful, face-to-face training into e-learning.

We’re plain language specialists, and over the past 15 years we have trained almost 30,000 professionals in this critical skill. An outstanding 94% of participants rated our training as ‘excellent’ or ‘very good’. 

The challenge

Working with our subject matter experts, you will help convert our face-to-face training into e-learning modules that achieve the same (if not better) level of skills transfer.

You must be able to independently:

  • develop effective e-learning concepts
  • build functioning e-learning modules, using software such as Lectora Online
  • create simple audio-visual elements like background images, using software such as the Adobe Creative Suite.

You will be responsible for project managing our e-learning program of work. This includes:

  • delivering modules on time and to budget
  • ensuring all modules meet our agreed objectives
  • coordinating internal teams and (if needed) external consultants.

The remuneration

This is a 6-month contract position, which we expect to extend for the right person. The salary is up to $120,000 a year, depending on skills, experience, and your performance in our aptitude test. The yearly rate will be paid pro-rata for the 6-month contract.

About you

You must have the skills listed under ‘The challenge’.

You also need to have:

  • a relevant degree from an Australian university
  • fluent written and spoken English
  • at least 3 years experience in developing e-learning material
  • experience in using adult learning principles, active learning practices, experiential and blended learning, and competency-based evaluations
  • the right to work in Australia.

Great but not essential skills include:

  • being able to create more complex audio-visual elements, such as an animated video
  • familiarity with LMS platforms, especially Moodle.

We only review applications with a covering letter.

About Plain English Foundation

We are Australia’s top plain English training and editing provider, and a major contributor to the development of plain language globally. We are based in the Sydney CBD, but work with government, corporate and not-for-profit clients across Australia and internationally. 

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

Right to live and work

You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Report this job advert

Be careful- Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. If you see something suspicious .

Share this role