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HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERS (MID-LEVEL
located in Washington, DC. Relocation
(2) mid-level positions are available for immediate hire located downtown
Washington, DC on metro. Positions are salaried with benefits working with a
quasi-agency on learning management systems in a retail environment.
create learning and human performance improvement products and services for
internal customers and retail employees.
utilize instructional design principles and theories to develop CD-ROM based,
Web-based, and synchronous / asynchronous learning products, as well as
paper-based, and other learning formats for the targeted training audience(s).
design and develop modular learning information objects to be delivered through
multiple channels such as web browsers, hand-held computers, desktop networked
computers and broadband communication channels.
within a collaborative team to define and develop new methods and techniques
for eLearning at the USPS.
Degree (preferred) in Instructional Design with an emphasis on its application
for computer and Web-based instruction.
in coding HTML for training purposes, including test score calculation.
Competency in prototyping user interfaces with tools such as HTML, XML,
Visual Basic and Dreamweaver highly desired.
years experience as an instructional designer or equivalent experience plus 3 -
5 years of general working experience.
ability to exchange information in an effective manner with other employees,
groups, and/or customers. Ability
to communicate orally and in writing to prepare and present technical reports
and interface between subject matter experts, instructional designers, and
experience using scripts and programs compliant with the provisions of Section
508 for the Rehabilitation Acts Amendments of 1998. These may include, but may
not be necessarily limited to : Dreamweaver 4.0, and to other Section 508
compliant Web-authoring tools.
forward your resume and 2 work samples to email@example.com.