Posted by: Richard Schwier | November 21, 2011

SALT Jobs Update

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

 

1. Instructional Technologist

East Lansing, Michigan

Virtual University Design and Technology at Michigan State University has openings for two instructional technologist positions.  Work with faculty, university clients and the vuDAT team to consult, develop and produce complete web-based courseware for online and blended offerings at MSU.

 

2. Life Support Simulation & Course Specialist

Elk Grove Village, Illinois

Manage pediatric simulators; coordinate simulation-based education, life support courses; manage inventory, simulators, medical equipment; plan, develop, evaluate live & electronic courses (seminars, Webcasts). Coordinate CME credit process; manage daily systems operations for Neonatal Resuscitation Program online exams. BS/BA degree in education, public health, nursing or allied health, & 3-5 yrs program coord or CME. Understand anatomy/physiology & medical/clinical practice reqrd. Previous exp w/ simulation methods & databases desirable.

 

3. LMS Analyst

Annapolis, Maryland

BOMI International seeking a Learning Management System (LMS) Analyst to join Education Dept. on part-time basis.  Requirements are to set up and close out courses on semester basis; support courses, students, and instructors; document processes and manage reports; and perform other duties as assigned.  Please send resume and salary requirements to jobs@bomi.org or FAX to 410-974-0544.

 

4. Evaluation and Accountability Coordinator 

Greensboro, North Carolina

Coordinate and assist Extension faculty and SAES researchers in the development and implementation of evaluation strategies, assessment measures and instruments to determine the impact of educational programs and research projects. Develop impact and accountability reports for internal and external partners, stakeholders and, other constituencies. Develop and implement in-service training opportunities to enhance the proficiency of Extension faculty and SAES researchers in designing and implementing appropriate evaluation strategies and compiling accountability reports.

 

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