The American Heart Association has an excellent opportunity for a Learning Content Developer in our Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) department based out of our National Center office located in Dallas, TX!
This individual will be responsible for the development of digital content supporting ECC’s Instructor-led, eLearning, blended learning programs, websites and other digital services. Responsible for working with ECC’s Product Development, Operations, Marketing, Support as well as external vendors and partners to develop training materials using strong technical development abilities. Also, responsible for consulting and developing these digital materials with an innovative mindset, sound web content accessibility principles, and a knowledge of instructional design principals in mind. Other responsibilities will include:
- Provide digital asset development for instructor-led, online and blended learning experiences. Will build new online courses, eBooks, digital manuals and other digital assets with minimal technical supervision using writing, graphic design, branding, image editing, document formatting, animation, video, audio, e-learning authoring, web, and portal skills and tools
- Participate in needs assessment with Product Development team and Instructional Designers, design, and development of products, role-specific curriculum, and other digital services. Utilizing metrics and analytics to manage and assess deliverables and learning objectives. Work with internal subject matter experts in our Training, Support, Product Development, Instructional Design, Editorial, Marketing and Operations teams, as well as with external partners, vendors and subject matter experts to deliver outstanding training for all audiences
- Build assets and curriculum using a general understanding and applicable knowledge of ADA compliance standards and WCAG 2.1+, as well as utilizing metrics and analytics to manage and assess deliverables and learning objectives.
- Review, test new and revise digital asset offerings and supplemental materials from other team members, providing feedback and suggestions for improvement; contribute to new curriculum, program or service ideas
Want to help get your resume to the top? Take a look at the experience we require:
- Bachelor’s Degree
- At least three (3) years of relevant experience
- Experience creating instructional content for adult learning programs
- Knowledge of Web and Mobile UI/UX required (responsive)
- Experience with SCORM, LTI and ePub 3+ (experience with CMI5 desired, but not required)
- Experience with xAPI (Tin Can) or other learning analytics highly desired
- Experience with some, all or equivalents: Adobe CC, Captivate, Articulate Storyline, Articulate Rise, Adapt (Authoring Tool and/or Framework), Audacity
- Exhibits excellent organizational skills and self-motivation while working well independently and in a team setting
- Communicates clearly at multiple levels and with diverse audiences
- Multilingual highly desired
- Ability to travel up to 5% local and overnight stay
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