Full Time Opportunity for Articulate Developer, Dublin
Hi folks, I am looking for an instructional designer and Articulate hero (or someone who wants to be a hero!) to work in the Dublin office for an Association Management company. We are developing eLearning content for medical professionals across Europe. Here is the full job info:
Association management company based in Blackrock, Co Dublin seeks an instructional designer to work on a client account. The company is developing courses for specialist healthcare professionals across Europe. These are developed based on existing ILT presentations and recordings of training sessions.
You will be using Articulate to develop learning units, using presentations and recorded training sessions as your core source material. Part of your role will include simple image and video manipulation for inclusion in each unit. We are seeking someone who will work in our Dublin office. The normal hours will be Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.30pm.
What You Will Be Doing
This is an excellent opportunity for an instructional designer to expand their understanding of eLearning development and implementation (beyond IDD development and scripting, using rapid eLearning techniques), while also seeing how each piece in the process fits together.
- Scripting and developing units based on content provided by SMEs
- Implementing edits to units, based on SME direction
- Peer reviewing others’ work for consistency and clarity of the learning content, as well as functionality of the completed units.
- A range of duties related to the LMS (testing finished units, monitoring forums, checking on grades, activity and reports, etc.)
We are seeking someone who:
· Has worked as an instructional designer for 2 years
- Has 6 months or more experience working with Articulate Presenter, Engage and Quizmaker or other “rapid eLearning” tools
- Can work in Dublin, regular hours (9 – 5.30)
- Has some experience in image manipulation (using a standard application, such as Fireworks, Photoshop, GIMP, etc.)
- Enjoys working with technology to develop learning content
- Ideally (but not essentially), has experience working with medical or scientific subjects
- Some experience working with an LMS (e.g. Moodle) and SCORM would be beneficial
- Must be flexible in approach, willing to take direction in development
- Interested in developing new ways to develop and deliver learning content, willing to suggest new ways of doing things
- Works well under pressure
If you're interested, please PM, reply to this post or email me: brendan dot strong at escrs dot org. Please do share, RT, etc. or otherwise send on this post to someone who you think might be interested!