Instructional Designer - eLearning

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New Directions Staffing
We are currently engaged in a project that requires an Instructional Designer/eLearning Developer on a long-term consulting basis. In this role, the Instructional Designer will:
Revamp of existing eDesign layouts, interactivity and graphics for business applications related web-based training programs;
Update in-house training materials for computer-based business/clinical systems;
Convert existing PowerPoint and other related eLearning programs utilizing Adobe Captivate.
Provide innovation and insight into current eLearnig programs related to: design, content and overall training time;
Communicate with users to establish their training needs and develop appropriate and instructionally sound training materials
The appropriate individual will have demonstrated experience in the following:
Competent Instructional Designer/eLearning Developer;
Hands-on experience with Adobe Captivate, strong MS Office and Structured Writing (InfoMapping/DocTools); (Camtasia, Lectora, Articulate Presenter, Articulate Storyline are a plus but not required).
Graphics and User Interactivity;
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In order to arrange a preliminary interview, please forward a Word copy of your resume with your complete contact information to
. We are unable to sponsor Visa's for this role. Local candidates preferred. Personal Interviews are Required.
About Us
Celebrating our Tenth Anniversary, New Directions ( www.NewDirectionsStaffing.com) is an Information Technology Recruiting and Staffing Firm that provides consulting; project staff augmentation and traditional hire services for: Enterprise Software; Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing; and Enterprise Applicauions Development, IT Infrastructure and Operations.
Ranked as one of the Fastest Growing and Innovative Privately held companies in 2013 by the Providence Business News, our success and subsequent growth has been based on leveraging our clients' technology with talented people.

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