Job Title:Learning and Development Senior Analyst
Department:Business and Finance | Office of the Controller
The Learning and Development Senior Analyst resides in the Office of the Controller. This position will be dedicated to developing learning and performance support for the financial policies, procedures, and process changes. This position will require a fast-paced, rapid developer. The incumbent employs instructional design methodologies to systematically develop instructional specifications and financial training content using learning and instructional theory to ensure the quality of instruction from inception through implementation. Responsible for the translation of course content and/or concepts that supports learning following accepted design standards created during the instructional development process. Develops and deploys computer-based training and interactive e-learning courses and training modules. Collaborates with subject-matter experts to develop or enhance content and utilize best-practice mechanisms to deliver content to learners. Shares expertise in the development and use of e-learning methodologies for course design. Creates or documents development standards, templates and story boards. Manages e-learning content vendors and liaises with internal and external technical resources to ensure connectivity. Engages with technical and business resources to ensure courses are properly assigned to learners. Measures the effectiveness of learning and development programs in attracting, developing, motivating, and retaining a productive and engaged workforce. Responsible for maintaining inventory of learning support materials, liaising with vendors, ensuring integrity of learning records, and invoice management. Uses technology-based learning interventions, programming skills, adult learning principles, project management techniques, and instructional design methodologies to analyze, research, implement, plan, design, and evaluate learning activities and user tests; operates technology tools and software to integrate knowledge and learning experiences with software tools to improve the business performance (e.g., Captivate, Articulate, Dreamweaver, cascading style sheets, Flash, Photoshop, Snag-It) of financial and fiscal professionals throughout campus; trains other staff members on use of technology tools; assists with instructor-led learning as needed.
Bachelor's degree in instructional design, workforce development, education, graphic design, or a related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience; student teaching or four (4) years of experience in assessing, researching, designing, developing, evaluating & delivering instruction & associated materials for adult learners; two (2) years of experience in use of software &/or application systems to create and deliver accessible, technology-based training (e.g., Captivate, Articulate, Dreamweaver, CourseMill, Lectora); 18 months experience using Microsoft Office; six (6) months of experience in web art manipulation programs (e.g., Flash, Photoshop); one (1) year of experience with learning management systems (e.g, Cornerstone, Moodle, D2L); strong facilitation and presentation skills; strong project management skills; competence in dealing with diverse populations.
The target hiring range for this position is $62,700 to $83,600 per year.
Location:Blankenship Hall (0360)
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