Senior Instructional Design Contractor Opportunities (California)

Subject: Senior Instructional Design Contractor Opportunities (California)
From: Kelli Bond <versakel -at- EARTHLINK -dot- NET>
Date: Thu, 23 Apr 1998 22:43:44 -0700

KBA/DesignWrite, based in Southern California, has an immediate need for
senior instructional design contractors whose consulting/employment
history includes work within a power plant or within other public
utility settings. In addition to excellent communication skills, you
must:

-- Have seven or more years' experience that includes job
analysis, task analysis, gap analysis, audience
analysis, design documents/blueprints, paper-based
and/or electronic courseware, job aids, tests/
certifications, implementation, transfer of learning
strategies, and at least two out of four levels in
program evaluation.

-- Have designed and developed programs for technical
skills (IS and non-IS), management/supervisory
development, or both

-- Be available for 20% to 40% travel within a one-hour
plane ride into major California airports

Experience with focus groups, non-training interventions, and structured
OJT are real plusses.

KBA/DesignWrite specializes in on-site classroom training programs for
all aspects of written, face-to-face, and telephone communications plus
management/supervisory development; instructional systems design;
documentation; corporate communications; employee communications;
marketing communications; and public affairs. The work of the
organization and its principal has benefited industries such as public
utilities, health care, medical imaging devices, automotive, paper
products, food services, home furnishings, and many more.

Please send your resume as an e-mail attachment (Word 6.0/95 format or
as a text file) along with three recent references and pay rates (1099
and W-2) to versakel -at- earthlink -dot- net -dot-




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