Learning Consultant Position with Duke Clinical Research Institute (Durham, NC area)

Link to Job Posting: http://www.hr.duke.edu/jobs/apply/external.php?reqid=64450BR

Job Description
Competitive applicants will have the following skills:
Proficiency in Articulate Studio and Storyline, and/or other eLearning development tools.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (including PowerPoint, Word, and Excel).
Strong graphic/visual design skills.
Ability to use technology and learn new applications quickly.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Ability to manage multiple projects concurrently and to independently set priorities.
Strong communication skills in an interdisciplinary team setting.

Position Summary

The Learning Consultant works under the supervision of the Manager, Organizational Learning, to assess, plan, design, develop, conduct, evaluate and report all or part of the education and training needs of assigned Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) departments or functional groups. The Learning Consultant coordinates, designs, and facilitates structured eLearning experiences to meet curriculum needs, academic research requirements, and/or regulatory compliance requirements. The Learning Consultant also collaborates with learning consultants dedicated to similar work. This role serves as secondary support for the Duke Learning Management System issues and training administration activities.

Job Responsibilities

eLearning Design and Development

Design and develop eLearning content across all functional groups.

Publish, troubleshoot, and evaluate eLearning content as administrator in Learning Management System

Maintain and monitor course development, delivery, and administration work flow process as it relates to assigned projects. Alert supervisor of any variances in plan.

Plan and complete projects independently or collaboratively as assigned; participate and contribute as a team member in cross-functional projects; present deliverables to senior team member.

Makes recommendations as a Subject Matter Expert on using technology to enhance the learning experience.

Review the work of subject matter experts, collaborate with them, and provide immediate feedback.

Regularly communicates with leadership and relevant subgroups to coordinate training needs analysis, course development, course delivery, and course evaluation projects.

Evaluate knowledge gained in a way that supports improvements, helps to enable outstanding performance, and helps to continuously improve service to clients.

Develop metrics that assess training effectiveness.

Communicate with supervising manager and other managers as needed to provide training status reports.

Instructor-Led Training

Design, write and maintain course development plans including writing facilitator guides, participant manuals, and presentations.

Provide day-to-day coaching, just-in-time education, and support for course development teams and Subject Matter Experts.

Train trainers such as line managers and outside consultants who may facilitate a program for client's to ensure quality and consistency of learning experiences.

Other Duties

Ensure compliance with SOPs.

Perform other rated duties incidental to the work described herein.

Minimum Qualifications
Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an
individual's race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation,
national origin, genetic information, veteran status, or disability.
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Education

Work requires a Bachelor's degree. Coursework or certification in
instructional systems design, training delivery, and/or HPI (Human
Performance Improvement) is highly desired.Experience

Requires a minimum of 3 years of experience in increasingly responsible
positions of Human Resources training, and/or management consulting.
Experience designing and delivering online and classroom training.

Familiarity with applicable regulations and guidance and industry

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