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  • 10 Aug 2016 9:07 AM | Ann Baus (Administrator)

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    Cures Start Here. At Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, home to three Nobel laureates, interdisciplinary teams of world-renowned scientists seek new and innovative ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer, HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening diseases. Fred Hutch’s pioneering work in bone marrow transplantation led to the development of immunotherapy, which harnesses the power of the immune system to treat cancer with minimal side effects. An independent, nonprofit research institute based in Seattle, Fred Hutch houses the nation’s first and largest cancer prevention research program, as well as the clinical coordinating center of the Women’s Health Initiative and the international headquarters of the HIV Vaccine Trials Network. Careers Start Here.


    The Clinical Research Training Coordinator II will assist the Clinical Research Support Training Program Manager in the development and implementation of a comprehensive training program.


    • Collaborate with manager and other departments on Learning and Development strategies and goals.
    • Assists with designing, facilitating and deploying learning programs, performance support tools, job aides, etc.
    • Successfully markets and communicates learning and development offerings across Division to maximize participation and adoption.
    • Confers with manager to determine group and individual training needs and confirm completion of training, including training notifications, certifications, and materials.
    • Ensure that all required employee training and certification is communicated, launched, and completed.
    • Organizes and develops training manuals, reference library, testing and evaluation procedures, multimedia visual aids and other educational materials.
    • Coordinate logistics for training sessions and project meetings – course registrations, advertising, room reservation, assurance of all necessary equipment, catering arrangements.
    • Compose and distribute training communications including development and maintenance of surveys, support materials, web site.
    • Help design department training page, web site, and facilitate ongoing review and update of internal online modules.
    • Perform beta testing of internally developed online modules.
    • Assists manager with the development and piloting of training program policies and procedures.
    • Perform additional duties as needed in support of program.


    We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor. 



    • Proficient (advanced preferred) in Microsoft Office Suite - Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint.
    • Aptitude for learning and working with various and specialized software.
    • Exceptional presentation and communication skills including both written and verbal communication.
    • Detail oriented with strong analytic and problem solving skills.
    • Possess excellent organizational, planning and coordination skills.
    • Must be creative, innovative, and forward-thinking.
    • Must be able to work independently and execute tasks with minimal supervision.
    • Ability to plan, prioritize, respond, and adapt proactively to changing deadlines and demands.


    Education and Training

    • Bachelor’s Degree is required and our ideal candidate will have had an emphasis with the Biological Sciences, Communication, Organizational Development or Project Management.
    • 5+ years in project coordination experience in a clinical research setting or with developing and delivering training materials.
    • Project Management experience or education.
    • Clinical research coordinator experience a plus.

    Not ready to apply? Connect with us for general consideration. 

  • 15 Jul 2016 8:47 PM | Ann Baus (Administrator)

    Learning & Development Leader (Job Number: 14365)

    Employee Status: Regular

    Schedule: Full Time

    Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time

    Primary Location: Washington-Seattle-999 Third Ave; Seattle


    We are currently seeking a Learning & Development (L&D) leader for our National office (headquarters) in Seattle, WA. The L&D leader is responsible for creating and advancing learning strategies to support achievement of the Firm’s strategic goals and talent development of all Moss Adams professionals. This includes, but is not limited to, assessing learning needs, garnering support from leadership and other key stakeholders, oversight and planning of L&D initiatives, designing and delivering blended learning approaches for core and technical competencies, sales skills and leadership development. As a member of the Firm’s People team, the L&D leader actively collaborates with subject-matter experts across the Firm to deliver relevant and innovative learning experiences.


    Develops and drives a comprehensive firm wide learning strategy

    Partners with local, regional, and firm wide leadership to identify and define training and development needs

    Implements programs and initiatives that develop, strengthen and leverage the talent base throughout the Firm

    Consults and collaborates with subject matter experts internally and externally to assess training needs and, ultimately, design and facilitate impactful training programs

    Leverages a variety of learning technologies to deliver effective and efficient learning solutions

    Ensures training is of high quality and aligns with the Firm’s business strategies

    Oversees the development and implementation of course content, training manuals, web based training offerings, training props and materials

    Establishes metrics and measures the ongoing effectiveness of the Firm’s learning approach

    Provides coaching and direction to L&D team

    Ensures firm-sponsored Continuing Professional Education (CPE) complies with NASBA standards and other regulatory requirements

    Maintains oversight of L&D processes (e.g. program development, Firm CPE compliance, vendor relationships, etc.)


    Bachelor’s degree required; Master's degree preferred

    Minimum 10 years of experience with progressive L&D responsibility including leadership responsibilities

    Experience in a professional services firm or other professional organization of similar or larger size preferred, in which the candidate has been responsible for:

    Functional and strategic aspects of L&D

    Team assessment, management and development for L&D staff

    Extensive knowledge of instructional design principles to include: curriculum design, performance improvement, adult learning theories, learning technologies and evaluation methodologies

    Proven ability to collaborate, influence, and persuade

    Exceptional communication, presentation and interpersonal skills

    Exceptional coaching and facilitation skills

    Ability to identify problems and break down complex concepts and processes into component parts to be trained

    Excellent teamwork, organizational and project management skills

    Strong analytical and research skills

    Ability to multi-task and prioritize workload in a fast-paced environment

    Proficiency with Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel and Outlook) required; experience with Microsoft SharePoint preferred

    Experience with learning technology/media development tools preferred (e.g. WebEx, Storyline, Adobe Captivate, Final Cut Pro)

    Moss Adams is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

  • 05 Jul 2016 6:49 AM | Ann Baus (Administrator)

    Recruitment is underway for a Training & Organizational Development Consultant for POD. This position has three major responsibilities:

    1. To develop and deliver programs on topics related to employee, leadership, and organizational development.
    2. To serve as an instructor for the department’s Strategic Leadership Program, a comprehensive supervisory training program required for all UW supervisors and managers, and for quarterly courses.
    3. To provide employee and organization development consultation and counseling/ coaching to department leaders and employees through the University Consulting Alliance including meeting with individual employees and small groups of employees to create individual development/ career plans.

    Search for Req #134887 on the employment website.

    Please note-this description is written for current UW employees.  Please disregard those aspects when you apply.  

  • 28 Jun 2016 10:02 AM | Ann Baus (Administrator)

    Recruitment is underway for an HR Trainer & OD Consultant, University of Washington Medical Centers, to work with senior management throughout UW Medicine, dealing with extremely sensitive issues including change management, reorganizations (including layoffs), and difficult interpersonal relationships. It must deal with all levels and types of employees and students including faculty, staff, students, and residents and their many and varied ways of interacting with each other.

    UW Medicine has annual revenue of $4.6B and is a rapidly evolving health system. This position will play a key role in supporting the development of the organization. Change management strategies and implementations are key aspects to this process. Successful interventions can turnaround careers and/or department wide performance.

    Search for Req #134407 on the employment website. 

  • 28 Jun 2016 10:01 AM | Ann Baus (Administrator)


    Design, build, and manage SightLife's global self-service portal for eye banks in developing countries. Manage a community of experts who support and connect eye bank partner staff to best in class information and mentors associated with SightLife.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

    Work with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and partners (global eye banks) to identify important information, training and webinars that can help developing country eye banks improve their operational performance.
    • Partner with our web designer to create a flow and layout for the portal that is intuitive and user friendly.
    • Collaborate with SightLife staff to design the User Interface, navigation model, and key features.
    • Manage the creation, verification and publication of information for the portal. 
    • Manage the community of partners who utilize the portal and its services, including identification and marketing to new potential partners. 
    • Facilitate mentor/mentee relationships between SMEs and partners.
    • Work with SightLife staff to recruit and manage partner relationships with the portal.
    • Collaborate with Learning & Development staff to create and deliver portal training.
    • Build a process for identifying, verifying and updating information on the website.
    • Partner with Technology Services department to create a data management strategy that consistently define and manage the data of the self-service portal.
    • Create and implement the performance scorecard and measurement system for the site.
    • Monitor and support partner usage.
    • Conduct interviews and post-mortem from partners to create future recommendations for features, functionality, UI and content.
    • Other duties as assigned or may be necessary. 

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Required Skills/Knowledge/Abilities:
    • Experience supporting communities in knowledge exchange.
    • Experience in gathering needs/requirements and customer engagement processes.
    • Experience in managing a web-based portal used for both static and interactive content.
    • Effective organizational navigation skills, to solicit support from SMEs.
    • Ability to manage customer expectations and delivery outstanding experiences. 
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills including the ability to effectively communicate cross-culturally while delivering exceptional customer service, ability to uphold the highest level of professionalism, confidentiality and discretion, highly numerate and analytical. 
    • Ability to manage projects and organize a variety of tasks. 
    • Ability to manage multiple and occasionally conflicting priorities simultaneously, meet deadlines and accurately attend to details.
    • Effective organizational skills with the ability to prioritize tasks independently, ability to effectively deliver assigned tasks in high pressure situations.
    • Comfortable with ambiguity and can find creative solutions for unexpected challenges.
    • A personal commitment to organ and tissue donation required.
    • Some international travel required. 

    Education and/or Equivalent Experience:
    • Bachelor's Degree in a related field preferred. 
    • 2+ years' experience in one of the following specialties: eye banking, library sciences, content management, data management, project mgmt
    • Experience utilizing and/or managing web-based portals designed for education and training.
    • Experience in library sciences or content/data management a plus.
    • General knowledge of eye bank operations a plus.

    Benefits provided with the position:
    • Employer paid medical coverage for full-time employee and dependents (with a $100 deductible per person capped at $300 for a family)
    • Employer paid dental coverage for full-time employees and dependents
    • Employer paid vision coverage for full-time employees and dependents
    • Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance for full-time employees (1 x annual earnings).
    • Voluntary Life & AD&D Insurance for full-time employees and family.
    • Flexible Spending Account (FSA) 
    • Employer paid Short and Long Term Disability Insurance for full-time employees
    • Retirement Plan- Employer contributions of 8% of the employee's salary after one year of continuous employment. This plan is not a match nor requires employee contributions. Voluntary Plan- employee may voluntarily designate a percentage or flat dollar amount of his/her salary. 
    • Generous PTO

    To apply for this position, please visit our website www.sightlife.org

    Founded in 1969, SightLife is the only non-profit global health organization solely focused on eliminating corneal blindness in the U.S. and around the world. Driven by an entrepreneurial spirit, the organization leverages innovative technologies and best business practices to transform lives and unlock life's possibilities for the corneal blind. SightLife works in partnership with surgeons and health organizations in more than 29 countries. SightLife and its global eye bank partners combined provided over 24,000 corneas for transplant in 2015. 

    For the last six years, SightLife has been named one of Non-Profit Times "50 Best Places to Work" in the nation. In 2013, we were ranked the number one mid-sized organization. Put your passion to work and consider joining this team of professionals fulfilling a mission to serve as an innovative provider of sight with a passion for quality and excellence.

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  • 21 Jun 2016 3:42 PM | Ann Baus (Administrator)

    Learning and Development Specialist

    Role Purpose

    Plan, organize, and execute a broad array of technical HR projects and program deployments for Talent Management and Learning and Development, including leading requirements gathering, business process design, communications, change management, and L&D administration to achieve project and/or program goals and adoption. Serves as the first point of contact for employees at all levels around the world, and external training partners for learning and development.

    Job Description

    General Responsibilities:

    Independently provide project management for Talent Management and Learning and Development function(s) for technical projects, apply project management discipline for project planning, requirements gathering, process design, communications, change management, and project status reporting.

    Track progress and proactively follows-through on individual and collective project activities and tasks; monitor adherence to project plans, taking into account cascading and interrelated dependencies in reflecting/validating project status at any given time; and documents project work products. Anticipates obstacles and recommends solutions.

    Provides independent support for larger program efforts within Talent Management and Learning and Development, including logistics, communications, and intranet site(s); ensure collateral and sites remain up to date; advise on site or collateral enhancements (e.g., program or course catalogue, and other promotional materials to embed programs within the business and increase adoption).

    Consult with HR Business Partners and assist with ad hoc business L&D requests to assess needs, evaluate solutions, and provide creative recommendations. Research availability of a variety of courses offered by external organizations and offers sound judgment and advising to internal clients based on client’s expressed need, business strategy, and appropriateness.

    Administer Learning Management System: manage and archive training records; manage all L&D data, including enrollment and completion; and compile and prepare statistical reports with interpretation for management review. Coordinate all global classroom and online training; including utilizing, maintaining and/or updating the LMS; scheduling workshops, instructors, venues, and rooms; assisting instructors with room setup and other training requirements; register workshop participants; and generate related documents.

    Respond to all employee L&D issues appropriately, assisting customers and problem-solving to resolve issues.

    Main point of contact for all L&D vendors; responsible for materials ordering and shipping, accounts, and accurate and timely invoice processing.


    . Minimum 5 years functional HR experience and specialization, general experience with Learning Management Systems.


  • 16 Jun 2016 9:51 AM | Ann Baus (Administrator)


    Shift: Swing Shift with flexibility to work day shift now and then


    Great opportunity to support a stable Electrical Manufacturing Company in their Technical Training Department in developing the skills and knowledge of its staff through analysis, design, delivery and evaluation of effective training.

    Contribute to the continued achievement of advice and support for staff and managers throughout the organization and carry out CIS certification courses.


    Teaching knowledge in theory/practice of concepts, facts and practices via training courses. You will provide experience for understanding this knowledge by transforming it into real-time application(s). You will work as part of a localized team and report to the Technical Training Manager. You will research, design, evaluate and deliver technical training for Carlisle IT’s manufacturing and support staff which includes:

    · Completion of training needs, analysis through assessment, observation and oral questioning.

    · Ownership of an existing portfolio of training courses. Ensure that trainer’s notes, session plans, visual aids and handouts are kept up to date.

    · Able to design new training materials and courses to meet the needs of the company and add them to the existing overall training department’s portfolio. The Technical Trainer will create and arrange training manuals and visual aids after determining the best avenue for offering training on a particular subject.

    · Work closely with the training staff to deliver a structured curriculum. Ensure the quality and consistency of course content throughout a course life cycle.

    · Evaluate and modify the existing training solutions, techniques and materials.

    · Provide advice, guidance and support to manufacturing and engineering management in regards to assurance/compliance to industry workmanship standards.

    · Represent the Technical Training department at exhibitions, seminars, etc.

    · Contribute to the decision making and planning of the team.

    · Develop and retain an up-to-date knowledge of current working practices by periodically spending time working with the operational and support departments.

    · Utilize and maintain the Training Management Software with the training staff.

    · Able to evaluate and determine competency of skill and knowledge of those trained, and make pass/fail and hiring decisions based on evaluations.

    · Mentor entry-level trainers.


    This job has no supervisory responsibilities.


    Other duties as required in support of the department and company.


    · Relevant training experience is required in our industry: Must hold IPC CIT Certifications in IPC/WHMA-A-620 and J-STD-001

    · Experience in Cable Harness Manufacturing is required

    · Bachelor's Degree in Engineering/HR/Business Management is preferred

    · Able to prove proficiency by successfully passing more than one CIT certification course (not a challenge test) with scores over 90%.

    · Must have extensive knowledge of wire harness, PCB, box build processes and process equipment .

    · Capable of training material production (graphics, layout and media creation).

    · Proficient in Microsoft Office, Graphic design software as in Corel, Adobe Photoshop, etc.

    · Must be self-confident, have a desire to learn, able to listen, sense of humor, communication and theatrical skills, flexible, patient and is capable of standing and walking for extensive periods of time.

    · Able and willing to travel by air and auto throughout the USA.

    · Manual dexterity used with repetitive finger motion.

    · Must have English speaking and leadership skills.

    · Must Be U.S. Citizen or Permanent resident.


    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Pay and Benefits :

    Up to 70k

    Company offers INCREDIBLE Benefits

    Company offers 7% profit sharing

    Tuition reimbursement

    Ronald Carpenter Jr | Recruiter

    AIC | 1750 112th Avenue Northeast, Suite C228 | Bellevue, WA 98004


    Direct 425-296-6348| Mobile 757-618-1397 | Fax 425-558-0688

  • 15 Jun 2016 7:22 AM | Ann Baus (Administrator)
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    Redfin is combining technology and real-world service to redefine the end-to-end experience for buying and selling a home. With $60 billion spent every year on real estate commissions, this is a massive market opportunity that can sustain decades of growth. So far, Redfin has helped more than 54,000 people buy and sell homes, saving them more than $336 million in fees, and doing it all with a 97% customer satisfaction score. At Redfin, you’ll be able to unleash your brilliance to tell the world how buying and selling a home is better with Redfin. If you've got fire in your belly to do work that matters, we want to hear from you.

    As a Training Manager, you’ll be responsible for leading an effective and efficient team of Training Specialists located in major markets throughout the West Coast. These Training Specialists are technical experts in residential real estate services as well as corporate training & development. Your team is responsible for the localization and delivery of centrally developed curriculum, in addition to developing custom training solutions based on the unique needs of their markets. These trainings may be delivered via live classroom, virtual classroom, 1:1 coaching, field simulations, and elearning/video. The Training & Development group at Redfin is dedicated to the creation of a learning culture that provides resources to develop, retain and recruit the best real estate agents in the world while preserving the uniquely weird culture that is Redfin. Your team will be on the front lines in our effort to do so.


    • Planning and Evaluating: Partner with the rest of T&D leadership and executive team to establish priorities, create training programs, and evaluate the success/impact of all training initiatives.
    • Leading a Team: Manage a team of remote employees; keeping people engaged and focused while also maintaining the tight knit team culture we’ve built. Work with trainers to establish yearly and quarterly objectives and hold them accountable to these goals.
    • Coaching a Team: Coach Training Specialists to act as consultants and leaders within their market, training solutions are effectively addressing the root of the issues. Use your expertise to help trainers continue to grow, wherever their passion/strengths lead them.
    • Quality Control: Ensure consistent and effective delivery of national programs, evaluating their effectiveness, and recommending changes for constant improvement and evolution.
    • Foster Creativity: You’ll have all delivery methods and learning technology available to you. Your team must use them strategically and creatively for training that sticks.

    Who you are:

    • A training junky. You love taking a ‘problem’ and digging in to understand the source in order to design training solutions with the best chance for success. You also recognize that in many cases training is NOT the solution and aren’t afraid to say it.
    • A constant coach. You’ve got the patience to help your team members arrive at solutions with your guidance but when it’s time for a quick decision or clear guidance, you’re “Johnny on the spot”.
    • Redfinnian to the Core. You’re a leader who embodies Redfin’s core values at all times and holds your team accountable to the same. You put the team before yourself.
    • Not afraid to say no. Whether it be to your boss or some other leader in the organization, you’ve got the confidence to stand up for what you believe in but the courage to admit when you are wrong.
    • Constantly innovating. Always asking ‘what could we do better?’ and establish that culture within your team.

    Technology we use and teach:

    • Microsoft Office suite
    • Learning Management System (Absorb LMS)
    • Industry standard Elearning and video development tools
    • Google Drive
    • Zoom (for live online video conferencing and training)
    • Redfin’s proprietary software (Agent Tools, Mobile Agent Tools, etc)

    To be considered you’ve got to have:

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Minimum 2 years experience managing a team of trainers (or management in the T&D field)
    • Experience with an LMS

  • 13 May 2016 2:22 PM | Ann Baus (Administrator)

    Clinical Informatics and Support Instructional Designer.   Here is a link to the job on the University of Washington website: https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/eng/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&szOrderID=129318&szCandidateID=0&szSearchWords=&szReturnToSearch=1


  • 13 May 2016 2:21 PM | Ann Baus (Administrator)

    A recruiter at top-ranked Xtreme Consulting who is interested in screening instructional designers who would like to work at Expedia for 4+ months.  Please have them contact Katerina Baranyuk at katerina@xtremeconsulting.com for more details.



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