Tuesday, March 24, 2015

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The Instructional Designer works within a school to develop creative new and update existing courses to accomplish innovative instructional design projects. This position is embedded in one of the University's academic schools, while reporting to a Curriculum Design Director.
The Instructional Designer is a full-time academic professional position. The Instructional Designer designs, develops, manages, and supports online courses as offered through their assigned academic school. The Instructional Designer works collaboratively with Deans and Program Directors within the school, engages with Faculty and other external subject matter experts to analyze, determine, and strengthen instructional needs; provides expertise and assistance with innovation in instructional strategies to meet curriculum needs; reviews and updates master courses; and generally supports curriculum quality of course and program offerings.   The incumbent uses a learning management system (LMS), content management system (CMS) or learning content management system (LCMS).  This position works cross-functionally with members of the Academics Department to collaboratively develop and deliver the instructional resources.

CallCenterQA.org is growing and we are always in need of exceptional people to represent our company. We are looking for versatile individuals with an excellent telephone presence, great listening skills, strong attention to detail, excellent writing skills, objectivity and a desire to provide a great evaluation service to our clients. No previous experience is necessary and we do NOT require a background check. You must be a resident of the United States however to apply.
We will also consider applicants with different backgrounds who have the right set of skills to work with us. Parents, disabled adults, grandparents, students, and those looking for some extra income can all benefit from this employment opportunity.

Are you looking to grow with one of the top Fortune 500 Companies?! Our client employs over 72,800 permanent full-time staff worldwide. Not only will you be joining a great team and working in your home office, but you will also learn valuable skills that can be leveraged long term at our client, or used to expand your work experience.

Are you tech savvy?  Do you enjoy helping people? Do you not want the hassle of a daily commute or have to pay for all that gasoline?  If you answered yes to those questions, join us and learn how to support the #1 best-selling tax software in the US! We have openings for all experience levels and the only requirements are the ability to search the internet, the ability to think on your feet and a desire to learn new skills.  We are offering full-time, temporary positions for late-March to mid-April 2015.
These temporary positions can turn into permanent positions with our client!  And they are filling up quickly, so apply today!

Modern Tribe is a digital agency focused on WordPress, and we’re looking for the right person to join our Quality team. We work across a variety of projects from small plugins to huge multisite networks, and hope to work with someone who has a keen attention to detail and finds nothing greater in life than proposing meaningful solutions to the problems they encounter. 
Your role on the Quality team involves a number of jobs, including:
  • Testing plugins (like our primary plugin The Events Calendar) and websites (from clients including Harvard Law School, Urban Movie Channel and more) for bugs/usability concerns
  • Writing detailed test plans and establishing QA strategies for projects
  • Filing comprehensive bug reports based on issues you’ve uncovered or that have been reported by the community
  • Coordinating with clients and customers to understand how a project/product will serve them, and evaluating it from their perspective
  • Working with developers, designers, project managers and support to communicate problems effectively and quickly

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