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Curriculum Developer-LAC Group

  • 16 Jan 2020 3:45 PM
    Message # 8594006

    Position Title:

    Curriculum Developer-LAC Group

    Position Description:

    LAC Group seeks a Curriculum Developer to work on a federal government contract agency located in Washington, D.C. This ideal candidate will support the Training Team in developing a training curriculum for the online resource library. This is a full-time, on-site position with benefits.

    Produce and offer formalized ongoing training on data literacy, analysis, and visualization for the Agency following Agency guidelines.
    Incorporate existing content with new and ongoing projects within the Agency and other areas of the contract.
    Deliver in-person and online training
    Maintain online resource library of previously given training
    Discover areas of interest and necessity for new training to be created for the Agency and contract.
    Responsible for ensuring users have appropriate support by conducting consultations, training, presentations, and technical assistance to varied audiences while promoting communities of practice, and developing outreach and training materials.

    Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology/Information Systems/Knowledge Management/Library Science or equivalent degree
    2-5 years of experience with Information Systems and Technology, including desktop business applications and social media tools
    2-5 years of experience capturing lessons learned, working with communities of practice and familiarity with developing and delivering knowledge sharing programs
    Advanced computer skills and working knowledge of current collaborative technologies, including blogs, wikis, SharePoint and Drupal
    Exceptional presentation skills
    Experience conducting training for collaborative tools and developing training content
    Must have excellent oral and written communications skills
    Coordinate and lead meetings to gain consensus and collaboration across many business units and clearly explain complex concepts in layman’s language across all levels of management and staff
    Ability to promote and provide technical support for collaborative tools, including wikis, blogs, SharePoint, Drupal, and other knowledge management tools
    Working knowledge of Adobe Connect and Google Apps is a plus but not required
    Must possess strong client management skills and the ability to build strong working relationships with peers, senior colleagues, and professionals
    Independent work is expected with little oversight
    Strong analytical and organizational skills and the ability to prioritize is required
    Must be self-motivated and excel in a fast-paced environment under tight deadlines
    Must be a United States Citizen.

    Application Process:



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