Job posting- Instructional Designer, BC, Canada

Subject: Job posting- Instructional Designer, BC, Canada
From: "Eric J. Ray" <ejray -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 6 Mar 1997 15:20:56 PST

Posted on request.

>
> ================================================
> Instructional Designers, Customer Support
>
> We are looking for instructional designers to design, write, edit and
> maintain training courses for all our products. You will need to
> develop templates and standards in consultation with the instructors.
> You will consult with Engineering, Applications, Training, Customer
> Service and Response Center groups as well as the instructors to learn
> the products and obtain the content necessary for the training
> courses.
>
> As the Training Department representative on the Product Core Team,
> you will notify them of the impact of decisions on Training and
> assist them to identify Training requirements.
>
> You need to have experience preparing training courses, documenting
> software or hardware products, knowledge of MS Word and FrameMaker
> software, and excellent project management and communication skills. A
> post-secondary school diploma or degree, additional courses in writing
> and instructional design or teaching experience is an asset.
>
> To join our dynamic, employee-owned organization offering a
> competitive compensation package, send your resume to Creo Products
> Inc., 3700 Gilmore Way, Burnaby, B.C. V5G 4M1 by fax 604-451-2770 or
> internet in plain ASCII to resume -at- creo -dot- bc -dot- ca
>
>
>

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