Learning and Development Consultant

US-UT-Salt Lake City
1 year ago(7/22/2016 12:38 PM)
# of Openings
Instructional Design/Education/Technology


Allen Communication Learning Services creates custom Web-based and blended e-learning solutions for a select corporate clientele.

We are currently looking for an experienced Learning and Development Consultant to lead the design and development of learning solutions for our clients. This is a full-time, salaried position located in our Salt Lake City office. Telecommuting is not an option.


Objective: Facilitate up-front analysis & design of custom trainings for fortune 500 clientele.


  • Interview and consult with key business leaders and subject matter experts (SMEs)
  • Facilitate focus groups, usability tests, and prepare surveys
  • Conduct research and literature reviews
  • Conduct quantitative and qualitative analysis, interpret learner needs, and provide engaging design recommendations
  • Become a SME in any given subject
  • Design:
  • Create instructionally-sound training solutions based on needs analysis
  • Consult with clients and project teams on design solutions
  • Produce design recommendations documents
  • Leadership:
  • Promote & foster creativity & innovation for design solutions
  • Communicate professionally with SMEs and other client-side contacts
  • Train and mentor other designers while assisting with design and production
  • Exhibit a strong level of professionalism
  • Provide thought leadership to the project team
  • Promote Allen Brand and culture
  • Be an efficiency champion
  • Work successfully in a fast-paced environment


  • Masters in Instructional Design (or related field) required
  • At least three years’ experience in instructional design and/or professional writing
  • Proficient with authoring tools (Captivate, Articulate, Storyline, etc.), HTML/XML, and mobile technologies

If you meet these criteria, we welcome the opportunity to meet with you.



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