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Contract instructional designer in Dallas / Fort Worth area

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Jul 03, 2014

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This is a contract instructional design position that has the potential to expand beyond the initial projects listed below.

If you are interested in applying, please send me your resume and include examples of past CBTS, videos, quick guides, and websites so to demonstrate your experience for the required skills.  I’m available at micky.fokken@childrens.com.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Rate:  $75/hour

Onsite visits to our Dallas campus are required for status update and consultation meetings

Reporting structure:  Reporting to Manager of Instructional Design and Measurement

Project 1:

3cs (clinical medication safety)

60-80 hours

Timeline:

Development - July

Deliverables:

Website (using existing template), CBT (Captivate), Quick Guides

Required Skills:

Consultation and communication skills - Advanced

DreamWeaver / HTML - Intermediate

Photoshop - Basic / Intermediate

Captivate - Intermediate

Project 2:

Nurse Peer Review: Create technical training resources for Lawson product

40-60 hours

Timeline:

Analysis, Design - Early July

Development: Mid July – Mid August

Deliverables:

Analysis, Design:

Task Analysis Doc, Training plan

Development:

E-mail notifications (HRIS collaboration)

Multiple 2 minute training videos?

Required Skills:

Analysis and design for IT performance support solutions - Intermediate

DreamWeaver / HTML - Intermediate

Photoshop - Basic / Intermediate

Captivate or Camtasia – Intermediate

Project 3:

Update Medical Student Technical Training Course

40-60 hours

Timeline:

Development - Mid July – Mid Aug

Deliverables:

Updated CBT

Required Skills:

Quickly learning new IT workflows -  Intermediate

Captivate - Intermediate

Photoshop - Basic

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Contract instructional designer in Dallas / Fort Worth area

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Jul 03, 2014

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This is a contract instructional design position that has the potential to expand beyond the initial projects listed below.

If you are interested in applying, please send me your resume and include examples of past CBTS, videos, quick guides, and websites so to demonstrate your experience for the required skills.  I’m available at micky.fokken@childrens.com.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Rate:  $75/hour

Onsite visits to our Dallas campus are required for status update and consultation meetings

Reporting structure:  Reporting to Manager of Instructional Design and Measurement

Project 1:

3cs (clinical medication safety)

60-80 hours

Timeline:

Development - July

Deliverables:

Website (using existing template), CBT (Captivate), Quick Guides

Required Skills:

Consultation and communication skills - Advanced

DreamWeaver / HTML - Intermediate

Photoshop - Basic / Intermediate

Captivate - Intermediate

Project 2:

Nurse Peer Review: Create technical training resources for Lawson product

40-60 hours

Timeline:

Analysis, Design - Early July

Development: Mid July – Mid August

Deliverables:

Analysis, Design:

Task Analysis Doc, Training plan

Development:

E-mail notifications (HRIS collaboration)

Multiple 2 minute training videos?

Required Skills:

Analysis and design for IT performance support solutions - Intermediate

DreamWeaver / HTML - Intermediate

Photoshop - Basic / Intermediate

Captivate or Camtasia – Intermediate

Project 3:

Update Medical Student Technical Training Course

40-60 hours

Timeline:

Development - Mid July – Mid Aug

Deliverables:

Updated CBT

Required Skills:

Quickly learning new IT workflows -  Intermediate

Captivate - Intermediate

Photoshop - Basic

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