|Location: Fredericton, NB
|Posted Date: 2013-12-06
|Type of Assignment:Length of Assignment
To start immediately until March 31, 2016Description of Project or Company/Organization
We are growing, and would like to hear from you! Are you looking for a role where you can work as part of a dynamic team who design and develop courseware?Job Description:
We have immediate opportunities for Courseware Developers to join our multi-disciplinary teams to modernize on-line courses used by the military.
We offer great benefits, relocation assistance and a generous vacation package!
- Develop SCORM eLearning products for classroom and distributed training.
- Program eLearning product elements in accordance with the Instructional Design documents including: multimedia elements, interactive elements, shareable content objects and assessment instruments.
- Conduct programming in Actionscript 2 and/or 3.
- Collaborate with the team of Instructional Designers in order to develop the content based on storyboards, and also to implement innovative solutions to new challenges.
- Design and develop data structure.
- Implement quality assurance and test plans.
- Make recommendations in regards to eLearning product development.
- Conduct quality control reviews of all courseware to verify accuracy, completeness and adherence to project standards which will ensure the quality of all deliverables.
- Review, analyze and make recommendations with respect to programming issues on project documentation. (coding standards chosen, client needs assessment, infrastructure topology)
- Must have a University Degree (in any field) or a College Diploma (in any field)
- Minimum of three (3) years experience using rapid eLearning tools such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Captivate, Adobe Dreamweaver Adobe Contribute or Adobe Flash.
- Minimum of three (3) years experience within the last five (5) years programming web-based applications using Action Script, Java, C-based language or other scripting languages, as well as, database or file structured back-ends.
- Must possess or be able to obtain a Government PWGSC Security Clearance to the level of SECRET