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CRISTA Ministries

E Learning Specialist & Instructional Designer

CRISTA Ministries
Seattle, Washington, United States

Date Posted: 05/20/2015
Categories: Education - Internet/E-Commerce - Media/Video/Radio - Missions/Int. - Veterinary
Job Type: Part-Time

Job Description:

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This is a temporary part time 20 hours a week fantastic opportunity to be involved in a ministry that impacts lives around the world. After one year management will determine based on need and funding whether to continue the position.


Christian Veterinary Mission (CVM), a ministry of CRISTA Ministries , is looking for a creative, innovative educator to design unique learning modules for Christian veterinarians interested in sharing their faith through their profession, helping the conversion from face-to-face training materials and manual processes to an online, self-directed format.  Responsibilities include training existing staff in the development of online training modules using Articulate authoring software, and implementation of a new learning management system, LearnUpon.  The ability to listen to the team’s needs and desires and translate that into engaging products are crucial communication skills for this position. 


Do you have an Associate degree in instructional design/digital education or a minimum of two years on-the-job experience in creating online course material, authoring software and learning management systems?

If this opportunity intrigues you, please click go to the URL at the top of this ad to read about the specific duties and qualifications for this role. OR go to and click on "Get Involved" to go to our Employment site to see this position.


“Come join Christian Veterinary Mission to challenge, empower and facilitate veterinary professionals to share Christ’s love through their profession.”