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  • February 09, 2019 2:29 PM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)


    Volunteer training specialist, part-time

    Posted: Open to internal and external applicants

    Reports to: Volunteer engagement manager

    Status: Part-time, hourly, benefitted position.

    Hours of work: Wednesday through Saturday, 8am to 5pm. Additional weekend day or evening work to lead and support trainings will be required. Position is approved to work up to 30 hours per week.

    Date needed: ASAP

    Posting expires: Open until filled.

    About the organization:

    The Seattle Aquarium is a respected authority on Puget Sound, the Salish Sea and the world’s one ocean. Our passionate staff increases awareness and drives the change needed to preserve and protect our marine environment through a variety of channels including: a compelling exhibit experience and engaging daytime and evening events; conservation education programs for people of all ages and backgrounds; community outreach to underserved populations; research that advances understanding of animals in our care and their counterparts in the wild; advocacy and policy work; an award-winning volunteer program; strong and consistent marketing efforts; and more.

    We’re noted for our collaborative, communicative and team-oriented working environment. Our values, developed in conjunction with our staff, include commitments to adopting and promoting sustainable practices; creating awe-inspiring experiences; constantly learning and improving; fostering an inclusive community; maintaining scientific credibility through evidence-based practices; and honoring our unique place by using our location and history as a lens for larger understanding.

    Proudly accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, we’re the eighth-largest aquarium in the U.S. by attendance and we welcome over 850,000 people through our front doors each year. Guided by our mission of Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment, we’ve developed a master plan to substantially increase in size and impact by opening a new exhibit building, the Ocean Pavilion. Our current annual budget is $18 million.

    Position description:

    The Seattle Aquarium is searching for a part-time volunteer training specialist. The position is responsible for the training of volunteers to ensure they are appropriately prepared to fulfill their position in support of the Seattle Aquarium’s mission. The specialist will work with staff from across Aquarium departments to design, deliver and track volunteer training. They will be a key contributor to developing a culture of continued growth for volunteers at the Aquarium through effective training design and implementation practices.

    Essential functions:

    Lead the development of training courses and materials with Aquarium staff and content experts to meet program outcomes and the needs of volunteers. Determine the appropriate training approaches to cover a range of diverse and complex topics.

    Manage the Aquarium’s e-learning platform. Develop and implement e-learning courses. Track training completion and provide customer service and technical support to volunteers using the e-learning platform.

    Work within Aquarium systems to schedule volunteer trainings and required resources, including classrooms, staff, equipment and volunteers, to successfully deliver trainings.

    Lead volunteer training assistants (VTA) program, which utilizes volunteers in leadership roles to assist with training and mentoring of new volunteers. Select and conduct training for VTAs. Communicate regularly with VTAs regarding schedule and duties. Provide feedback and coaching to VTAs as they complete their assignments.

    Working with the volunteer engagement manager and principal evaluator, evaluate the volunteer training program to gauge efficacy and improve training courses and support materials.

    Track completion of training requirements for each volunteer using existing volunteer database.

    Communicate with volunteers to ensure training requirements are met. Schedule volunteers for trainings, provide reminders and distribute pre- and post-training materials to volunteers.

    Deliver trainings and provide logistical support for staff and volunteers leading trainings.

    Participate in orientation, interview, screening and selection of new volunteers.

    Prioritize a diverse, inclusive and equitable Aquarium by modeling appropriate behavior and working to remove barriers to participation in the volunteer program.

    Work to understand the diversity of the Aquarium’s audiences and implement strategies to prepare and enable volunteers to effectively engage our diverse community in a respectful and appropriate manner.

    Additional responsibilities:

    Support efforts expressing appreciation for and recognition of Seattle Aquarium volunteers, both formal and informal.

    Provide support for the overall function of the volunteer program.

    Occasionally supervise and support volunteers during special events.

    Other projects and duties as assigned.

    Required skills, abilities:

    Value and understand the role of volunteerism in a mission-based, nonprofit, conservation organization.

    Understanding of marine science, conservation and biology concepts.

    Dynamic presenter with excellent written and oral communication skills.

    Demonstrated project or program management skills.

    Demonstrated ability to work within a team on projects with multiple stakeholders with diverse expertise and needs.

    Ability to complete projects within an assigned timeline.

    Experience with a volunteer management database or learning management system.

    Comfort with and ability to produce documents and presentations using Microsoft Office 365 programs. Capable of using scheduling platforms including Microsoft Outlook to schedule multiple staff and resources.

    Demonstrate excellent customer service with internal and external stakeholders.

    Complete projects within assigned timeline. Develop schedules and hold stakeholders accountable for timelines.

    An interest in innovating and developing creative training solutions.

    Comfort dealing with shifting priorities in a fast-paced work environment.

    Basic photo and video editing skills desired.

    Highly organized.

    Experience, education and certifications:

    We will consider various combinations of relevant experience and education in order to meet minimum requirements.


    Minimum of three years’ experience working in education at an aquarium, zoo, science center, nature center, park or similar environment required.

    A minimum of two years’ experience developing and delivering trainings for diverse audiences in a variety of formats.

    Experience working in informal and/or formal education settings.

    Experience with planning and conducting training programs.


    B.A./B.S. degree in education, biology, environmental science or related field preferred.

    Two years’ experience developing e-learning content preferred.

    Working conditions:

    Lift tables, chairs, props and other items up to 50 lbs.

    Work outdoors in a variety of conditions.

    Work in noisy environment in exhibits.

    Occasional local travel (less than 5%).

    Position will work between 25 and 30 hours per week, with position to require working one to two weekend days per week.

    Pay and benefits:

    $21–$23/hour, D.O.E. Please include pay expectations in your materials. Part-time staff are eligible for Seattle Aquarium’s part-time benefits package to include medical, vision, employer-funded health reimbursement account, flexible spending account, a Family Plus Aquarium membership and access to a subsidized ORCA pass, as well as paid sick time.

    How to apply:

    The Seattle Aquarium is a progressive, equal opportunity employer that values a diverse workforce. All candidates are encouraged to apply by uploading a résumé and one-page letter detailing interest and relevant experience in our online application.

    Please let us know if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this job.


    Must pass a background check, upon job offer, to be eligible for this position.

  • February 09, 2019 1:46 PM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    QualStar Credit Union

    JOB TITLE: Training Specialist, Redmond or Lynnwood (trains at all locations)


    Salary Range : Starting pay is $19.13/hour


    (Rev. 01/19)

    CATEGORY/STATUS: Executive Exempt

    Vice President Non-Exempt

    Director Manager


    PAY GRADE: 8

    DEPT. / SUPERVISOR: Operations/Director of Training

    PRIMARY FUNCTION: Under direction of the Director of Training, assist with development and delivery of operational systems and programs training / assist with the creation, editing, monitoring of the Knowledge Base.


    1. Serves as the trainer for operational systems within the organization including Symitar, Phone System, Mobile Banking, Home Banking, Co-Op, Shared Branching, Remote Deposit, etc.

    2. Works together with Training Director to manage training content. Develops Trainings based on approved content.

    3. Provides technical training for corporate projects.

    4. Assist with systems testing during corporate projects.

    5. Assist with maintaining electronic knowledge base.

    6. Responsible for assisting the Director of Training with administrative tasks.

    7. Responsible for set up and take down of training room, and maintaining training supplies.

    8. Responsible for other duties as assigned.


    1. Must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time.

    2. Must be able to use computer keyboard and mouse.

    3. Must be able to view computer monitor.

    4. Must be able to drive to all Qualstar locations to provide training.

    5. Must be able to speak clearly in front of a group.


    1. High school or equivalent education required.

    2. Strong public speaking, verbal and written communication skills required.

    3. Must be able to work independently and as part of a team.

    4. Must be able to represent Qualstar’s culture in a highly professional manner. This includes a professional personal appearance, and a professional group presentation manner.

    5. Ability to organize, prioritize, work efficiently, and accurately.

    6. Strong technical database operation skills required.

    7. Two years’ experience of financial experience is required.

    8. Valid Washington State drivers’ license and current proof of insurance and a dependable personal vehicle is required.

  • February 04, 2019 6:01 PM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    National Trainer – Kirkland, WA

    Weidner Apartment Homes is seeking an enthusiastic & experienced National Trainer to support our associates, and grow along with them, to increase their skills, knowledge, performance and enhance their careers.

    This individual will teach and administer Weidner approved training in each of our regions and participate as a member of the company wide training team. This position requires a high degree of confidentiality and professional integrity. This position is located in Kirkland, WA. 


    ·         Deliver in-person and/or live-online training classes

    ·         Prepare, augment and enhance in-house training content

    ·         Schedule and conduct monthly software training classes for Yardi and other applications

    ·         Facilitate New Hire training classes for beginners

    ·         Facilitate Web-based classes for best practices for current users

    ·         Teach workshops for advanced functions for current users and back to the basics

    ·         Assist in the development and execution of web-based training videos

    ·         Deliver week long associate training, which includes operations, leasing, CRM software and company culture training

    ·         Training fundamental Property Management Basics

    ·         Customer service training

    ·         Leasing applications – demonstration, qualifying, closing, follow-up

    ·         Plan for emerging training trends and technologies; prepare for new classes on an on-going basis

    ·         Able to work independently and in a team environment

    ·         Integrate fully into Weidner’s Team-based culture

    ·         Assist in creating new or revised training programs with the goal of maintaining updated and relevant industry capability 


    ·         Training certification(s) and/or Education Degree

    ·         3+ years of training experience

    ·         Successful Instructor-led and Virtual Lead Delivery

    ·         Strong Course Development Skill set

    ·         Excellent Communication skills, both written and verbal

    ·         Excellent facilitation and presentation skills

    ·         Experience with Adobe Captivate or video software desired

    ·         Excellent computer skills: MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint

    ·         Instructional Design desired

    ·         Property Management Experience desired

    ·         Approximately 55% Travel

    Apply now! or


  • January 23, 2019 10:10 AM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    Marketing Specialist

    Author-it is the leading provider of on-premise and cloud-based enterprise authoring platforms for technical, training, and operations content, and pharmaceutical information.

    Our platforms are component authoring solutions to enable different groups within an enterprise to create content components that are reused and assembled into a wide range of high value outputs, including documents, websites and portals, training and elearning, presentations, mobile applica-tions, and ecommerce platforms.

    Component authoring is embraced by Fortune 500 companies for reducing cost and improving quality and compliance, and our clients include Samsung, John Deere, Eli Lilly, Philips, and USDA.

    We are looking for a full-stack marketer, based in Seattle WA, to take a strategic role to drive demand generation and create content to support the communications for Author-it products and services.This position would suit a self-starter with full-stack marketing experience, used to working as the single marketing specialist within a cross functional team based in Seattle, New Zealand and the Netherlands.

    This is a key position and reports to Director of Business Development.

    Job Requirements

    Strategic planning of and content creation for demand generation activities

    Set and report against measurable goals for marketing activities

    Designing and executing marketing campaigns, digital advertising and events, and webinars

    Develop messaging and positioning for Author-it products

    Research and write case studies, white papers, articles, blog posts, social media

    Represent Author-it at industry events, tradeshows and partner events

    Analyst and media relations

    Manage external vendors for brand development, SEO and other specialist activities

    Willing to travel domestically and internationally, work odd hours, and be very available

    Education & Work Experience:

    Full stack experience across all marketing disciplines, with emphasis on demand generation and content creation

    Familiarity with enterprise software and communications to enterprises

    Experience operating as a single marketing representative within a cross functional team

    University degree in relevant field. MBA or post-graduate qualification preferred

    Author-it is a New Zealand company with offices in the USA and Europe. We offer excellent salary, options and benefits. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.


  • January 10, 2019 10:27 AM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    The Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce is looking for a communications trainer to participate in its Women is Business and Leadership Initiative (WIBLI) event taking place on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 from 12 – 1:30 pm at the Columbia Tower Club.

    The theme of this event is “Women Doing the Unexpected” where we will explore how women are navigating and thriving in industries (media, construction and architecture) that are traditionally male dominated. The keynote for the event is Caryn Mathes, President and General Manager of KUOW.

    Specifically, we are looking for someone who can conduct a short training (around 40 minutes) on the different styles of communication. Unfortunately, our budget does not allow for us to pay our trainers and speakers, but we can always give comp tickets to some of our networking events. If interested, contact Terrence Woodson at


  • January 10, 2019 10:26 AM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    Avista is seeking candidates passionate about technology and lifelong learning to support the company’s Learning Management Systems. The Learning Systems Administrator takes ownership of technologies, programs, and processes that are critical to the efficiency, innovation and success of the Avista Learning Network. This role is the subject matter expert and point person for all learning system questions and fosters a center of excellence for learning across the company. This position will collaborate with Corporate Learning and Development team to design and implement programs on a company-wide basis. Join a team of people motivated by continuous learning and help Avista move our training technologies into the future.


  • December 10, 2018 11:18 AM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)


    Location: Beacon Hill and First Hill – Seattle, WA

    Part-Time Employee Salaried or Independent Contractor (Average 20 hours per week)

    Equal Opportunity Employer

    Seattle Jobs Initiative (SJI) is a non-profit organization that creates opportunities for people to support themselves and their families through living wage careers. All of our work is designed to eliminate barriers to well-paid, long-term work. We creatively align support services like housing, childcare, transportation, and counseling, with job skills training and job placement assistance.

    SJI seeks to make change. Everything we do is fueled by critical thinking, innovation and collaboration.

    As the Instructor, what will you do?

    The Instructor for the Swedish “Grow Hire” Program will conduct training for program participants, reviewing and refining curriculum, as needed. This position will collaborate with SJI and Swedish staff to deliver competency-based training to program participants developing the skills necessary for participants to achieve their desired outcomes. In addition, the Instructor will continually assess and improve service delivery of the program through monitoring and benchmarking.

    If these areas ring true to your experience, skills and passions, we’d love to hear from you.

    What qualifications and experience will our Instructor bring to this program and position?

    · VALUES:

    o A commitment to fulfilling SJI’s mission and exhibiting a high level of professionalism in all aspects of their work. This includes our staff values: Excellent communication, professional and gracious behavior, collaboration, respect, promoting equity through racial and social justice, and leadership behavior.

    · EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in education or related field. Will consider equivalent combination of education and experience.


    o Three (3) plus years’ experience teaching and facilitating course material with students/program participants in a community college setting, worker re-training program, or skill readiness program.

    o Prior experience with experiential learning methodology and facilitation of experiential leadership and team development activities for groups of up to 20 participants.

    o Experience managing participation of multiple content experts who will present various modules throughout the course.


    o Proven ability to deliver course content through robust facilitation skills, consultation, and inquiry skills.

    o Adept at developing positive working relationships with project partners, monitoring training compliance, facilitate trainee assessments, scheduling employer speakers, and substituting as needed.

    o Demonstrates an effort to understand and anticipate audience needs; gathers information to adjust or customize content.

    o Aptitude for providing individualized feedback and coaching to program participants to ensure successful course completion.

    o Strong cultural competency and understanding of the issues surrounding equity, diversity, inclusion, implicit bias, institutional racism, and other systemic oppressions.

    o Ability to work independently.

    o Customer service orientation and ability to adapt/respond to a diverse customer base. Knowledge of customer services ethics, principles and procedures.

    o Flexibility and adaptability to train in various locations and situations.

    o Local candidates only.


    o Core one (1)-month classes held quarterly.

    o Classes are 9 AM to 1 PM Monday through Friday.

    o Core classes begin January 28, 2019 and last four (4) weeks, followed by individualized and small group learning activities for students who need further learning.

    lineTO APPLY: Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to

  • November 07, 2018 3:51 PM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    Washington State University (WSU) Human Resource Services (HRS) seeks a dynamic, innovative and strategic thinking Learning and Organizational Development (L&OD) Human Resource Consultant to join our customer oriented HRS team. The L&OD Consultant plays a key role supporting and advancing best practices for the WSU system, as a strategic HR partner.

    The L&OD Consultant will actively seek out, creatively develop, design, and implement new programs and find increasingly effective approaches to deliver successful employee learning opportunities for WSU system-wide. The L&OD Consultant will utilize their excellent written and verbal communication skills, exceptional business and operations acumen, and strong interpersonal, collaborative, and project management skills to facilitate employee and organizational development. The L&OD Consultant will be responsible for the logistics and coordination of learning programs.

    Founded in 1890 in Pullman, Washington, WSU is Washington’s land-grant university. Its mission is to improve the quality of life for all citizens – locally, nationally, and globally. WSU is committed to innovation and excellence in research and scholarship. More than 30,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students and approximately 6,800 faculty and staff are located on WSU’s five campuses (Pullman, Spokane, Tri-Cities, Vancouver, and Everett), online through its Global Campus, in extension offices in each of the 39 counties, and regionally based Research and Extension Centers in the state’s key agricultural areas.

    This is a full-time, benefit eligible position located in beautiful Pullman, WA. Open until filled. Information on WSU and to apply: (Position #128469). WSU is an EEO/AA education and employer.

  • November 07, 2018 3:34 PM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    Details and Application

    Job Description

    Learning Facilitator

    Position Type: Non-exempt

    Hours: FT – 40 hr/week, 8am-5pm onsite in Redmond, WA

    Job Description

    Position Overview:

    As the Learning Facilitator, you will help empower our team onsite at Microsoft in Redmond to aspire to and achieve a high level of performance and personal job/career fulfillment. We are seeking a team player who is passionate about learning and able to play an integral role in supporting and advancing our strategic vision through training solutions.

    Partnering with the Learning & Development Specialist, you will coordinate, schedule, and execute training programs and systems supporting our employees. With a life-long learning approach, you will be primarily responsible for the education and evaluation of our new team members as well as deliver workshops to support our continuing education efforts for the rest of our team.

    Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:


    Provide professional and engaging classroom instruction and facilitation using a variety of training methodologies including powerpoint, e-learning, storytelling, social learning, and gamification.

    Inspire and motivate our new team members through clear and consistent messaging of the core job responsibilities and our company vision.

    Provide instruction on various technologies, websites and software that are specific to the employee’s role.

    Deliver continuing education workshops on soft skills and job-specific skills.

    Ensure a variety of learning styles and learning pace can be met by selecting appropriate methods for classroom instruction.

    Advocate and encourage employees to access learning on our internal online university.

    Provide voice-over and video training for e-learning courses, online workshops and how-to-videos.


    Handle all logistics of classroom training sessions including: coordinating rooms, calendars, class schedules, and job-shadowing.

    Plan and schedule guest speakers/trainers to enhance the classroom training experience.

    Organize learning events such as train-the-trainer.

    Ensure each training has the necessary materials, supplies and working technology.

    Work with other leaders to schedule on-the-job visits for new hires.

    Work with L&D Specialist on design of online curriculum and assignments.


    Collect and analyze feedback to improve programs before, during, and after implementation.

    Maintain employee learning and development records (paper and electronic) and share information with stakeholders and L&D Manager.

    Monitor learner progress and instructional program effectiveness; establish and maintain a learning environment that actively promotes learning engagement and participation.

    Provide feedback to trainee’s supervisor and closely communicate transition plan from new hire training to the job.

    Regularly identify and adjust classroom content as policies and procedures change. Keep L&D team and documentation up-to-date regarding training and content.

    Solicit feedback from participants, peers, and L&D Manager in order to grow and evolve as an expert facilitator.


    Assist with design or sourcing effective instructor-led programs

    Participate in collaborative brainstorming sessions, contributing input as well as receiving feedback and suggestions

    Provide suggestions to improve new and existing curricula.

    Create job aides and assist in creating other “how-to” items to fulfill learning objectives and close performance gaps.

    Serve as a resource to L&D Specialist for new e-learning content and provide feedback on existing courses.

    Assist with creation of manuals and resources guides.

    Research and identify ways to use technology effectively in development design.

    Work with L&D Team as well as Subject Matter Experts to identify new training opportunities.

    Personal Development:

    Consciously and consistently seek opportunities to further own professional education.

    Research, assess appropriateness, and utilize latest learning industry trends and knowledge to achieve learning objectives.

    Seek constructive feedback to gain perspective on personal development needs.

    Identify and establish solid working relationships with key site personnel and customers.

    Adjust to the ever-evolving needs of the business and the team. Embrace change.

    Go “behind the scenes” and learn basic functions of LMS administration and e-learning design.

    Minimum Requirements:

    1-2 years of experience in training, learning and development, consulting, or similar program development and implementation

    1-2 years of face-to-face training or facilitation experience

    Demonstrated effective training, facilitation, and communication skills, including writing, listening, speaking, and delivering engaging presentations and learning

    Experience with various learning methodologies.

    Advanced skill level with Microsoft Office software (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Internet Explorer)

    Demonstrated strong customer-focused communications and actions

    Excellent written/verbal communications skills; time and project management skills, ability to keep the mission in view while attending to details

    Highly motivated, optimistic and curious

    Flexible and adaptable; embraces change

    Empathetic and driven to help people learn, grow and succeed

    Ability to work independently with minimal oversight

    Preferred Requirements:

    Bachelor’s degree in human resources, education, instructional design, business, psychology or relevant degree program

    Experience with skill assessment and learner evaluation

    Experience working with learning management systems and Articulate

    Strong base of knowledge around adult learning theory and instructional design theory/implementation, including models such as ADDIE, Kirkpatrick

    Proven ability to complete full training cycle (assess needs, plan, develop, coordinate, monitor and evaluate)

    Physical Requirements:

    Regular talking, hearing and communicating, in both one-on-one and group settings, in person, by phone and electronically. Frequent walking, reaching with hands and arms, and lifting and/or moving up to 30 pounds and occasional lifting and/or moving up to 40 pounds in set-up for and delivery of training programs. Close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust focus. Sit, stand and walk/or walk for long periods of time. Travel (e.g. walking, taking a shuttle etc.) from building to building. Bend, reach, and squat frequently to perform necessary job functions.

    This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as assigned to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

    Job Type: Full-time


    The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information.

  • October 30, 2018 4:47 PM | ATDps Admin (Administrator)

    National Trainer – Kirkland, WA

    Weidner Apartment Homes is seeking an enthusiastic & experienced National Trainer to support our associates, and grow along with them, to increase their skills, knowledge, performance and enhance their careers.

    This individual will teach and administer Weidner approved training in each of our regions and participate as a member of the company wide training team. This position requires a high degree of confidentiality and professional integrity. This position is located in Kirkland, WA.


    · Deliver in-person and/or live-online training classes

    · Prepare, augment and enhance in-house training content

    · Schedule and conduct monthly software training classes for Yardi and other applications

    · Facilitate New Hire training classes for beginners

    · Facilitate Web-based classes for best practices for current users

    · Teach workshops for advanced functions for current users and back to the basics

    · Assist in the development and execution of web-based training videos

    · Deliver week long associate training, which includes operations, leasing, CRM software and company culture training

    · Training fundamental Property Management Basics

    · Customer service training

    · Leasing applications – demonstration, qualifying, closing, follow-up

    · Plan for emerging training trends and technologies; prepare for new classes on an on-going basis

    · Able to work independently and in a team environment

    · Integrate fully into Weidner’s Team-based culture

    · Assist in creating new or revised training programs with the goal of maintaining updated and relevant industry capability


    · Training certification(s) and/or Education Degree

    · 3+ years of training experience

    · Successful Instructor-led and Virtual Lead Delivery

    · Strong Course Development Skill set

    · Excellent Communication skills, both written and verbal

    · Excellent facilitation and presentation skills

    · Experience with Adobe Captivate or video software desired

    · Excellent computer skills: MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint

    · Instructional Design desired

    · Property Management Experience desired

    · Approximately 55% Travel

    Apply now! or

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