At UNOS, our Instructional Designers/Trainers have an opportunity unlike anywhere else. We deliver instructional offerings that allow transplant professionals to save more lives. This position will act as a project lead who develops and trains a wide array of offerings through a combination of adult learning theory and top-notch technical skills to solve problems every day. We are a team that focuses on collaboration to create new offerings, redesign existing offerings, and facilitate materials in house. If you have a passion for adult learning and would like to use your skills to make a difference in a real and lasting way every day, then apply to join our team and help us provide the transplant community with award-winning education.
The Instructional Designer/Trainer’s role is to serve as the project manager and designer for instructional offerings to support educating transplant community members and UNOS employees.
The Instructional Designer/Trainer will demonstrate and apply expertise in adult learning theory and methodologies by analyzing, selecting, and designing the most appropriate instructional strategies to maximize the learning experience.
Strong collaboration, communication, project management, technical and pedagogical skills are necessary to create and implement professional, high-quality instructional offerings.
The successful Instructional Designer/Trainer will:
The team uses a variety of instructional design tools including:
2+ years of e-learning instructional design and development experience2+ years of facilitation experience
4-year degree in education, curriculum and instruction, organizational development, or another business-related field, or equivalent work experience
Contact David Beasley for more information
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