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191391 Instructional Designer (CBT SumTotal)

Company Name:
ACT Consulting
We are conducting a targeted search for an Instructional Designer (CBT, SumTotal Learning Systems, SCORM and ADDIE) to work for our Energy in Charlotte, NC.

Related Technologies: SCORM, SumTotal, CBT, ADDIE
Length of W-2 Contract Assignment: 12+ month initial, renewable assignment
Locations: Charlotte, NC
Pay Rate: $50.00 maximum/Hour W-2 Maximum with all requirements (Straight W-2, no relocation assistance, no expense reimbursement, no benefits)
Corp-Corp Rate: No Corp-Corp, No Third Party, Client does not support H1B or EAD
Work Authorization Required: US Citizen, Green Card Holder, those Authorized to work in the US
Recruiter: Cindy Rincavage crincavage@act-info.com

Overview and Requirements:
? Bachelor?s Degree in Instructional Design or closely related field or 10 + years proven experience in instructional design and implementation.
Familiar with SumTotal Learning Management System technology is a MUST HAVE
Minimum of 5 years of experience in designing, developing, and implementing eLearning solutions using a systematic approach (ADDIE)
CBT Developer Specific Responsibilities:
? Convert/Consolidate/Merge Duke Energy Progress Nuclear CBTs (eLearning) from Lectora and Authorware executable packages to Articulate Storyline AICC/SCORM format.
Apply Duke Energy Carolinas approved learning templates
Create and format learning knowledge Check/quiz questions
Test and validate functionality and scoring of converted packages in SumTotal Learning Management System (LMS).
Comply with Duke Energy Carolinas Nuclear course configuration management requirements.
? Create prototypes, storyboards, scripts, course content, simulations, scenarios, assessments, etc. for learning solutions as requested or required.
? Leverage interactive, online learning models, AICC/SCORM/Experience API standards, and adult learning principles to design and deliver effective training
? Evaluate the effectiveness of learning interventions and ensures tracking through the SumTotal learning management system
? Ensure the production of learning tools and materials are functional, intuitive, informative, and consistent with sound instructional design and learning principles; support innovation and continuous improvement initiatives within Duke Energy.
? Ensure sound instructional design using the Systematic Approach to Training and the ADDIE model.
Basic Qualifications:
Advanced knowledge of the following applications/systems: MS Word, PowerPoint, Articulate Storyline, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
Experience developing eLearning in Lectora.
Creativity, communication and problem solving skills are crucial.
Manage multiple priorities and deliver on-time results.
Ability to work with management to establish training goals and objectives through needs assessment and requirements gathering.
Experience designing AICC, SCORM 1.2 (or SCORM 2004) compliant solutions.
Highly Desired Qualifications:
? Authoring experience using Authorware, Adobe Captivate
? Experience in the nuclear power industry and an understanding of nuclear systems, structures, components and procedures
? Experience in using software for audio digitizing, video digitizing and graphic development (Adobe Premiere, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Soundbooth, Adobe Flash, or equivalent software) Adobe Flash experience
? Education: Bachelor?s Degree or a combination of education plus equivalent work experience (5+ years)

All Qualified Candidates must be willing to work W-2 and take/pass a drug test and take/pass an employment verification and criminal background check, per our client?s human resources policy

If you are qualified with the technologies listed, and interested in being considered for this position send your resume to Cindy at crincavage@act-info.com

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