[Itech] Fwd: SALT Jobs Update

Teresa Franklin franklit at ohio.edu
Mon Apr 5 20:17:59 EDT 2010


Possible jobs!

Dr. Franklin

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From: Society for Applied Learning Technology <saltmail at salt.org>
Date: Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 8:46 AM
Subject: SALT Jobs Update
To: EdListA <Aggregate at lti.org>

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. Web Production Designer

Cambridge, Massachusetts
Harvard University's Office of the University CIO (UCIO) seeks skilled
Production Designer to be part of iCommons (http://www.icommons.harvard.edu,
a software team that provides web-based tools and services that enhance the
student experience and teaching and learning across the university.  (req.
20619BR). Must have demonstrated experience working hands-on in HTML/CSS
mark-up, be adept in designing with web standards/best practices, and have
an instinct for presentation design.

2. Sr. Instructional Systems Designer

Linthicum, Maryland
Requirements: Skilled in developing instructor-led, web-based training (WBT)
and blended learning solutions; Exp developing Section 508-compliant and
SCORM-conformant web-based solutions; Exp with web/multimedia development
tools (Flash and Dreamweaver) and graphic design/manipulation tools
Education/Experience:  M.A or M.Ed in Instructional Design, Instructional
Technology or related fields.  8+ yrs of exp developing web-based,
instructor-led and blended learning solutions.  2 + of exp supporting
government clients on-site.

3. Sr Instructional Systems Designer

Silver Spring, Maryland
C2 Technologies, Inc., a leader in the development of performance
improvement, HR consulting, and IT solutions for Federal Government and
private sector clients, with over 20 years of steady growth, is currently
seeking a Sr. Instructional Designer to work at the FDA White Oak Facility
in Silver Spring, MD.  Candidate must also be flexible to work at C2
Technologies, Inc. corporate office in Vienna, VA (Tysons Corner area.)

4. E-learning Specialist

Chicago, Illinois
The E-learning Specialist will work with our technology/content development
teams to deploy e-learning coursework and other web-based activities.
 Bachelor's degree required. Two to three years of experience working in a
related field preferred.    Must have excellent project management and
problem solving skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office 2007, Graphic
editing software and multimedia and web design applications. Experience with
course authoring software, Crystal reports and SQL database is a plus.

To read the full job descriptions on the web site paste the following link
into your browser.


Post a Job

If your organization has a position they would like to post on the SALT Web
Site, paste the following link into your browser to learn how you can reach
qualified individuals involved in e-Learning, instructional design, and
technology based systems for training, education and job performance


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50 Culpeper Street
Warrenton, Va 20186
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Fax: (540) 349-3169
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Apr-10 [bpltisf]


Dr. Teresa Franklin
Associate Professor
Instructional Technology
Educational Studies Dept.
313D McCracken Hall
College of Education
Ohio University
PH: 740-593-4561
Fax: 740-593-0477
franklit at ohio.edu
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