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The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP) in the Department of Health Services, School of Public Health is seeking a full-time Graphics & E-Learning Designer. Reporting to the E-Learning Manager, the Graphics & E-Learning Designer is responsible for supporting the design and delivery of online training and marketing materials to public health practitioners in the Northwest region. The duties of this role include, but are not limited to, designing, developing, and maintaining online courses and other training materials; designing and developing online interactions, games, videos, or simulations to enhance online courses; coordinating training webinars; and providing graphic design support to other teams at NWCPHP to help enhance our web presence and marketing efforts. This position requires strong graphic design skills, writing skills, e-learning development experience, and the ability to manage projects and timelines.
To be successful in this role, the Graphics & E-Learning Designer should be able to create visual concepts to communicate ideas that captivate and educate learners. The Graphics & E-Learning Designer should also have a broad technical background to utilize, or quickly become adept at using, appropriate technologies available for e-learning.
The Graphics & E-Learning Designer will work in a professional, collaborative role with a variety of experts in a team-based environment. Project teams could include NWCPHP faculty and staff, other UW faculty, public health professionals in the NW region, and other professionals from regional and national agencies. This requires strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a variety of personalities and work styles effectively.
Work directly with content experts and the E-Learning Team to design and develop online courses and other training materials that are functional, intuitive, accurate, accessible, and consistent with sound instructional design principles focused on adult learning theory. This includes designing and developing graphics, audio, animations, and video for NWCPHP training content.
Create visual aspects of marketing materials, websites, and other media, including infographics for NWCPHP
Coordinate and facilitate live training webinars, including scheduling the webinar and planning calls with the presenter(s) and NWCPHP team, setting up the technology for the webinar, provide training for the presenter in use of the webinar technology, and assisting, as needed, with instructional and graphic edits to slides.
Coordinate and serve as project manager on distance learning projects in collaboration with NWCPHP faculty, staff, and evaluation specialists, including facilitation of project team meetings.
Work as a team member with NWCPHP faculty, staff, and partners to define educational needs and analyze distance learning options and other duties as required to meet the education and training goals of the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice.
The Graphics & E-Learning Designer will:
Design and develop online course content that will be used by NWCPHP's audience
Assist in the production of accessible online courses using html, Articulate Storyline, or other instructional software
Design graphics, audio, animations, video, or other media elements to include in NWCPHP trainings
Create visual materials in both print and web format to assist with the marketing needs of NWCPHP
Coordinate and facilitate training webinars using software such as Adobe Connect and/or Zoom
Serve as project manager for specific projects assigned to the E-Learning Team
The Graphics & E-Learning Designer should be comfortable working both independently and in a team environment. They will work with a diverse team comprised of staff with varying areas of expertise within the NWCPHP.
As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here.
BA in Art/Graphic Design, Instructional Design, Information Science, or related field plus a minimum of three years of experience including graphic design, developing/producing online trainings, and instructional design
Experience with multimedia and instructional design software such as Adobe Creative Suite, webinar software, digital audio editing software, Articulate Storyline
Excellent writing, editing, and documentation skills
Ability to effectively manage multiple projects
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a variety of personalities effectively
Excellent time management skills
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
developing and publishing audio and video files for the web
Understanding of responsive design when creating web content
Experience editing websites
Experience working with Learning Management Systems
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check.
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