This is a full-time position that will develop high profile, complex medical presentations to support the faculty in the Vanderbilt Center for Patient & Professional Advocacy. This is an opportunity to join a highly collaborative team and work directly with physicians and medical staff to develop very high quality presentations, webinars and other training media.
Key skills include Learning Management Systems, PowerPoint and an ability to understand the learning objectives as communicated by the clinical clients. This will include the ability to be flexible, welcome input that may result in edits/rewrites but a commitment to deliver the highest quality learning programs.
Additionally, works with external clients and internal staff to ensure all required educational presentations, handout materials and AV equipment are available.Assists in planning and implementing training courses.
Designs effective and engaging in-class, electronic, mobile and virtual learning materials focused heavily on workforce development, workforce performance, credentialing and role-specific learning.
Selects from a variety of delivery methods and combinations of methods including instructor-led, virtual synchronous and asynchronous environments, mobile learning, video and audio learning, eLearning, job aids, and performance support materials.
Utilizes rapid instructional design tools and processes, adult learning theory and experience to understand learning and performance objectives and assessments.
Provides technologically innovative, engaging, and instructionally sound learning deliverables for customers while partnering with other team members to ensure the most effective and engaging learning.
The responsibilities listed are a general overview of the position and additional duties may be assigned.
TRAINING NEEDS ANALYSIS (INTERMEDIATE):- A process of collecting information about a proposed learning program. A needs analysis addresses the following issues: restating the request, stating the business need, identifying the performance gap, conducting a task analysis, describing the learners, describing the learning environment, and identifying the project constraints.
ADULT LEARNING THEORY (INTERMEDIATE):- Knowledge of the principles and practices of providing instruction to the adult learner. Able to focus adult learning goals and the ability to direct their own learning.
GRAPHIC DESIGN (INTERMEDIATE):- The process of visual communication, and problem-solving through the correct use of typography, space, image and color. The art or skill of combining a wide variety of mediums to produce an artistic product.
EDUCATIONAL MULTIMEDIA (INTERMEDIATE):- Multimedia is more than one concurrent presentation medium for example, on CD-ROM or a Web site. Multimedia is typically used to mean the combination of text, sound, and/or motion video.
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN - (INTERMEDIATE):- The practice of maximizing the effectiveness, efficiency and appeal of instruction and other learning experiences consisting broadly of determining the current state and needs of the learner, defining the end goal of instruction, and creating some intervention to assist in the transition.
Extensive experience with PowerPoint including templates, slide layouts, embedding charts, inserting video files, utilizing sound utilizing clip art and graphics.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center is a comprehensive health care facility dedicated to patient care, research, and biomedical education. Our reputation for excellence in these areas has made us a major center for patient referrals from throughout the Mid-South. Each year, people throughout Tennessee and the Southeast choose Vanderbilt University Medical Center for their health care because of o...ur leadership in medical science and our dedication to treating patients with dignity and compassion.The mission of Vanderbilt University Medical Center is to advance health and wellness through preeminent programs in patient care, education, and research.