[Itech] Fwd: SALT Jobs Update
franklit at ohio.edu
Mon Mar 28 20:51:28 EDT 2011
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From: Society for Applied Learning Technology <saltmail at salt.org>
Date: Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 3:59 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. Instructional Designer
Ready to join a company that is transforming the retail industry by changing
the way they run their business. You will create highly video-based
training to improve the way retail employees perform their work, interpret
client's needs into solutions that leverages Yacobian's solution, create
customized curriculum, partner with internal design coworkers, internal
technology teams, & client teams to deliver results. We are located in
Maynard MA but plan on moving our offices to Boston in 2011.
2. Senior Account Executive
We have an immediate opening for a Senior Account Executive in the Chicago
Area. This individual will sell our corporate education and communication
solutions to local, national and multi-national businesses as part of our
IL, WI, and MN Regions. The successful candidate must have demonstrated
success selling to senior Human Resource, Marketing, Internal
Communications, and/or Finance executives. S/he will be directly responsible
for all phases of the business development process from prospecting to
long-term account relationships.
3. Senior Account Executive,
Southeast/Southwest Region, Can Vary
We have an immediate opening for a Senior Account Executive. This individual
will sell our corporate education and communication solutions to local,
national and multi-national businesses as part of our Southeast/Southwest
Regions. The successful candidate must have demonstrated success selling to
senior Human Resource, Marketing, Internal Communications, and/or Finance
executives. S/he will be directly responsible for all phases of the business
development process from prospecting to long-term account relationships.
4. Instructional Designer and Support Specialist (IDSS)
With the Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) team, the IDSS will develop and
implement processes and procedures for supporting sounding instructional
technologies, both those developed/maintained by central OIT and those
developed/maintained by the College of Liberal Arts (CLA). With the TEL
team, the IDSS will be responsible for training and direct management of a
team of undergraduate students. The IDSS will serve as a key connector
within the TEL Team. The IDSS will play a significant role in advancing
E-Learning within the CLA.
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
Society for Applied Learning Technology
50 Culpeper Street
Warrenton, Va 20186
Ph: (540) 347-0055
Fax: (540) 349-3169
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For other questions, contact SALT at 50 Culpeper Street, Warrenton VA 20186.
SALT can be reached by telephone at (540) 347-0055.
Dr. Teresa Franklin
Professor, Instructional Technology
Instructional Technology Program Coordinator
Dept. Educational Studies
Gladys W. & David H. Patton College of Education and Human Services
Athens, OH 45701
also: franklinteresa at gmail.com
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