Reference Number: 123-40
Position: E-Learning Developer (9 week Summer Job)
Department: Human Resources – Training and Development
TDCSS fosters an environment of continuous learning and a work culture of professionalism. We are looking for a youth with experience working with digital training platforms to take our course plan, content, and course quizzes, and transform them into eLearning modules. We are looking for a candidate that can jump right into an eLearning platform and develop fun, interactive, and engaging training modules that will appeal to professional support worker staff.
The right candidate will be computer and technology literate, they will possess extraordinary writing and communication skills, be able to complete tasks under tight deadlines, and work well within a designated budget.
Summer Work Project Scope:
- This project will consist of transforming 12 courses into individual eLearning modules following a prescribed script structure: Introduction, main points (sub-points), examples, summary, quiz.
- The current content is mostly in Power Point lesson plans. The candidate will be required to turn the Power Point lessons into an interactive, beautifully designed eLearning module that meets predetermined criteria.
- The candidate will attend preparatory meetings with the training director.
- The candidate will validate scripts and key messages provided to them.
- The candidate will evaluate eLearning module flow and make suggestions regarding learning elements to be included in the modules.
- The candidate will support the identification and design of eLearning adaptations from provided content.
- The candidate will suggest eLearning tools, and/or utilize the eLearning tools provided.
- The candidate will develop eLearning modules.
- The candidate will participate in morning check ins with the Director in order to go over the overall plan and the daily tasks towards the achievement of the objectives.
- There will also be an end of day check in to go over accomplishments and discuss learning which has occurred.
Must be 19-29 years old in order to apply as per the criteria for the summer jobs grant
Teamwork – Teamwork refers to the skills needed to interact with other people. At work, people work with others in pairs and in small and large groups to coordinate tasks, share resources, plan, make decisions, negotiate, solve conflicts and complete other activities that involve teamwork.
Communication – Communication refers to the skills needed to exchange thoughts and information with other people. This exchange can happen orally by speaking, listening and using non-verbal cues, such as body language or in writing.
Digital skills – Digital technology refers to the skills needed to understand and use digital systems, tools and applications, and to process digital information. At work, people use digital technology skills to input, access, analyze, organize, create and communicate information and ideas using computers, software, point-of-sale equipment, email, podcasts, web applications, smartphones and other digital devices.
Leadership – Leadership refers to a number of skills, including communication, relationship building, and the ability to delegate and traits such as honesty. At work, leadership skills are required when working in a team, demonstrating initiative, and taking responsibility for the completion of tasks that require multiple employees.
Hours 35-40 hours per week FULL-TIME (Totalling 9 weeks of Summer Work)
Shifts Shifts are predominately Monday to Friday.
Start Date ASAP