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Job offered: Trainer/Instructional Support

Type: Full-time
Location: Telecommute OK/ Kansas City based a plus

Moodle Partner, Remote-Learner, is hiring a full-time trainer and instructional support team member.

We are looking for someone who is willing to travel around the country approximately 50% of the time to conduct face-to-face training for companies and schools of all shapes and sizes. When not traveling, responsibilities would include client support; development of courses and training materials; and facilitating online courses.

While Moodle is the focus of our business, we will also be providing training to clients in the new year on several complementary programs including Alfresco, JasperSoft, and our internally developed curriculum management system.

Our ideal candidate has outstanding communication and presentation skills and an eye for detail. Moodle experience is definitely preferred, but we are willing to consider those with experience with online instruction and a willingness and ability to learn Moodle in a short amount of time. Preference will be given to those with degrees and/or significant experience in education, training, or instructional design.

Salary for this position will be commensurate with experience. Benefits include family health insurance coverage.

Those interested in this position should email Michelle Moore at michelle@remote-learner.net for a complete set of application materials.

We will accept applications until January 1, 2009.

Entry added by Michelle Moore - Thursday, December 11, 2008, 6:37 AM
Last updated - Thursday, December 11, 2008, 6:37 AM