Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Training Designer and Developer with Enterprise (St. Louis, MO)


Enterprise Holdings' Corporate Training Department has an opening for a Training Designer/Developer. The overall responsibility of this position is to develop training programs to support Enterprise’s various business lines. The ideal candidate must be proficient at planning, assessing, designing, and writing training content on a variety of technical and non-technical subjects for a variety of delivery media.


  • Meet with business partners to determine training needs, skill development needs, and gap areas
  • Research and determine the best project approach and methodology for the training
  • Develop design plans and content outlines
  • Create project-related writing standards
  • Write training content for various media, including the following deliverable types:
    • Online learning
    • Facilitator and participant guides
    • Job aids
    • Audio and video scripts
    • Tests and quizzes
  • Create content-related graphics; work with the Multimedia team to design graphics
  • Contribute to design and development standards and processes
  • Plan, organize, participate in, and facilitate project meetings, as needed
  • Communicate, as needed, with business and IT partners, Corporate Training management, outside vendors, and team members about content needs, project status, and project issues

 Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree required, preferably in instructional design or a related field
  • Minimum of 1 year experience in Training design and development (2+ years preferred)
  • Intermediate level of proficiency or above with all Microsoft Office applications used to create and deliver training materials and products
  • Proficiency with standard online authoring tools to create content is a plus
  • Must be authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship from our company now or in the future

Competency Based Qualifications:
  • Solid understanding of adult learning and e-learning principles
  • Excellent instructional design skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organization and time management skills

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