[Itech] Fwd: SALT Jobs Update

Teresa Franklin franklit at ohio.edu
Tue Oct 26 13:53:21 EDT 2010

Hello Graduates,

More jobs!


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From: Society for Applied Learning Technology <saltmail at salt.org>
Date: Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 2:38 PM
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. Writer/Editor

Elkridge, Maryland
The SRA team provides support services to successfully perform the tasks
that allow the government agencies to offer advanced in-residence and
distance/distributed learning, multimedia production services, instructional
sys design, accreditation, course and student evaluation, and continuous
training process improvement.       The candidate will provide writing and
editorial services to create original documents and multimedia
presentations, web-based training scripts/storyboards, textbooks, briefings,
training scenarios. Secret clearance

2. Cognitive Scientist/Instructional Designer

Rockville, Maryland
Cognitive scientist/instructional designer. Master's degree (PH.D.
preferred) required in cognitive/ experimental psych or related field and be
able to apply state-of-the-art cognitive science findings to the design of
simulation and game-based learning environments.  Alos highly valued are
User Interface Design, ISD, Expertise in conducting usability studies
Familiarity with e-learning standards (e.g., SCORM, performance
assessment/evaluation, Education and/or training expertise.  US citizenship
required.  AA/EEO employer.

3. Senior Instructional Designer

Vienna, Virginia
The Senior Instructional Designer will be responsible for designing,
developing, evaluating, maintaining and managing off-the-shelf,
instructor-led training materials, client-tailored learning solutions, and
learning technology projects.

4. Instructional Designer

Various, Nebraska, District of Columbia
Instructional Designers at Gallup are experts in assessing, designing,
developing and implementing learning solutions for their clients. They are
successful Instructional Designers who work to understand where a training
idea or program might be a possible solution. They formulate learning
curriculum strategies and then utilize their discoveries to create content
and curriculum maps to align with a client's business need.  They do this
successfully by utilizing Gallup's performance management tools and

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
Ph: (540) 347-0055
Fax: (540) 349-3169
Web: http://www.salt.org

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Oct-10 [bpltisf]



Dr. Teresa Franklin
Professor, Instructional Technology
Instructional Technology Program Coordinator
Dept. Educational Studies
Gladys W. & David H. Patton College of Education and Human Services
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701
740-593-4561 (office)
740-593-0477 (fax)
also: franklinteresa at gmail.com
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