Designers for Learning Webcast, October 28

From Jennifer Maddrell:
Please join our next webcast for our fall service-learning project on Tuesday, October 28th at 6:00 p.m. (Central Time Zone). Here is the start time in your area: http://goo.gl/98K1Sz

We will run through some feedback from the recent Design Plan evaluation, and give students the chance to ask questions to our client and the facilitators. Since we know that not everyone will be able to join the live session, the webinar will be recorded and posted for later viewing at http://designersforlearning.org/category/webcasts.

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Job listings at SALT

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

1. Research Analyst
Vienna, VA
Conducts research using internet and/or academic resources. Conducts in person interviews and focus groups following protocols developed by others. Prepares data for analysis, checking for errors. Analyzes data under direction of senior staff. Develops tables and graphs of data for review by others. Writes sections of reports for review by others. BS\MS in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Organizational Development, Organizational Behavior, or a related field. 1 – 3 years of experience conducting research.

2. Research Scientist
Vienna, VA
The Research Scientist leads, or contributes to, a range of applied research projects in his/her field. Develops the design and methodology for a variety of projects, including job analysis, competency modeling, training needs assessment, survey research, and program evaluation. Collaborates with team members to ensure quality, relevance, and timeliness of product development and delivery. Establishes and maintains professional consulting relationships with clients, demonstrating an understanding of their needs and constraints.

3. Part-time Research Assistant
Vienna, VA
The Research Assistant provides research and programming support for various programs and projects as well as company staff. Designs and develops solutions for programs and projects, writing queries for analysis and reports and documenting data steps and results. Provides extensive data analysis.

4. Full-time, Tenure-track Instructional Technology Professor
Bloomsburg, PA
Assistant Professor, full time, permanent tenure track in Instructional Technology at Bloomsburg University of PA. Appointment date August 2015. Primary duties are teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in the Department of Instructional Technology. Completed doctorate in Instructional Technology, Educational Technology, or related field is required prior to August 21, 2015. majority of the regular, full-time faculty within the area or department conducting the search.

5. Manager, Online Education
Alexandria, VA
The Manager of Online Education will manage all aspects of course development from program or application concepts to recommending optimal instructional methods. He/She will manage development and delivery of webinars, online courses and quick reference guides.The ideal candidate must have 3+ years’ e-learning, webinar, online program management experience; 3+ years’ experience with Adobe online event platform, Knowledge of all aspects of interactive web-based training;Bachelor’s degree required.

6. eLearning Training Specialist
Bethesda, MD
Bryant Consulting Group, LLC, a training and organizational change management organization, has a career opportunity for an eLearning Training Specialist to support a program office at the Department of Health and Human Services.

7. Instructional Designer
Wilmington, NC
University of North Carolina Wilmington announces an opening for the position of Instructional Designer in the Office of e-Learning. Twelve-month EPA permanent position with benefits. Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Instructional Design required, or master’s in Instructional Technology or Educational Technology with comparable work experience in Instructional Design.