TrueBridge Resources, one of the nation’s fastest growing talent acquisition firms, works with clients to fill Contract, Contract-to-Hire, and Direct Hire opportunities within Accounting/Finance and Information Technology. Bridge your career to the next level and experience what sets TrueBridge apart. A great client of ours, based in Middle TN, is searching for a candidate to fulfill the role of Instructional Designer. In this role, you’ll be responsible for: Developing educational strategies for both competency-based and operational-based education initiatives. Managing multiple projects and assignments. Developing, revising and maintaining content-specific, competency-based, and operational-based education programs in conjunction with experts from the field. Supporting training initiatives for various groups, including leadership teams and end-users. Interacting with internal SMEs and IT&S standards to maintain departmental standards and consistency of development for the organization. Reviewing course evaluations and incorporating feedback into curricula. To qualify for consideration, you must meet or exceed the following: A Bachelor’s degree in Education, Instructional Design or related coursework is required. Equivalent, related work experience may be substituted for the degree requirement at our client’s discretion. 5+ years of training, development and delivery experience required including demonstrable knowledge of instructional design/delivery, adult learning principles, and technology-based education. Specific experience with instructional design for technology solutions is sought. Healthcare background and distance learning experience is preferred. TrueBridge Resources looks forward to having you join our team. Submit your resume for consideration today. When responding, be sure to include multiple methods for us to reach you including: home phone, mobile phone, and email. TrueBridge Resources is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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