Acro Service Corp. (Acro) is a $100M provider of engineering and IT staff augmentation and project outsourcing services. Since its inception in 1982, Acro has been the preferred service provider to numerous Fortune 500 companies and government entities nationwide. With over 20 offices in the U.S. and additional offices in the U.K. and India, today, the company ranks among the nation’s top-100 firms in its industry.
Instructional Designer : Lake Forest, IL
10/6/2016 12:14:36 AM
Bachelors' Degree (Workforce Education, Industrial Psychology, Business, Marketing or other related field) with related health science background; advance degree preferred.
Minimum 7 years training experience and 5 years related healthcare experience.
Minimum of 5 years' experience in educational technologies, project planning and instructional design.
Good written and oral communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to clearly communicate theory, concepts, and practices to a variety of audiences.
Knowledge of quality systems and regulatory compliance preferred.
Knowledge and experience in eLearning, Instructional design and learning management systems and train-the-trainer strategies.
Knowledge and experience with the ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation) instructional design model or equivalent. Experience with multiple training delivery approaches.
Solid knowledge of the regulations and ensuring appropriate performance in compliance with cGXPs.
Foundation in process management and organization development.
Capable of dealing with a broad range of employee needs; direct experience in orientating new employees.
In-depth understanding of Adult learning principles.
Sound comprehension of instructional design and various training methodologies (e.g., lecture, case studies, role plays, tests, etc.).
Knowledge of media-based learning elements (e.g., Web-based, videos, etc. as well as their use in blended learning programs).
Strong application of knowledge transfer (especially in developing structured OJT).
Extensive skill in observing and providing feedback to learners.