Posted by: Richard Schwier | February 19, 2009

Job postings from SALT

Listed below are the most recent Job Postings that have been added to the SALT® Web Site (http://www.salt.org/).

1. Instructional Technologist
St. Louis , Missouri
The Federal Reserve Center for Online Learning provides consulting and the development of online learning resources for the Federal Reserve System. We are looking for talented instructional technologists who are passionate about the field of learning technology to support our growing team.

2. Content Developer/Instructional Designer with Distance Education focus
West Los Angeles, California
Alelo is looking for a talented individual to join us and serve in the position of Content Developer with the Content Design and Development team. The ideal candidate will have solid education and experience in instructional design for the web, and a passion for language and culture. You will develop interactive content for our award-winning game-based system that teaches foreign languages and cultures using virtual avatars. Please see the full job description at http://www.alelo.com.

3. Instructional Designer(111452)
College Park, MD
The National Foreign Language Center (@UMD) seeks Instructional Designer(111452)for government-sponsored e-learning/blended projects. Subject matter not limited to foreign language.($52-65,000)B.A. req. M.A. pref. in ISD or rel. field. 3-6 years of ISD exper.in e-learning pref. Must understand ISD models/best practices. Excellent English writing, research, and analytical, and organization skills. Submit cover letter, resume, & 3 prof. refs. to “instructional designer” at resumes@nflc.org. MINORITIES & WOMEN ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.

4. Director, Instructional Development Center (Job # 0900093)
West Lafayette, IN
The Director of the Instructional Development Center will bring innovative and entrepreneurial leadership. Have a high level of faculty interaction. Responsible for planning & implementing services & programs that meet faculty instructional needs; implementing instructional best practices, acting as an advocate for enhancing the student learning experience, & investigation into emerging technologies & their application to teaching & learning.


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