Hire the Right Candidates: Instructional, Multimedia Designer Job Descriptions

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Knowledge Network contributor and IT staffing firm G.1440 recently uploaded a trio of job descriptions that focus on finding highly qualified candidates for training-related positions. These job descriptions list the multimedia and instructional software experience required to create, test and maintain in-house training materials for employees:


  • Job Description: Sr. Multimedia Designer - The Senior Multimedia Designer works on a wide variety of projects, from multiplayer Flash games to training animations. The ideal candidate will thrive working as an individual and as part of a team, handle multiple projects concurrently in a fast-paced environment and have experience turning a storyboard into a finished product.
  • Job Description: Instructional Designer - The Instructional Designer produces updates to existing training courses, designs new courses that address company needs and creates new interactive elements for the course curriculum.
  • Job Description: Project Assistant - The Project Assistant edits, performs quality-assurance tasks and tests Flash, Captivate and other multimedia products prior to release. Other responsibilities include documenting testing failures and clearly communicating findings to developers and team members.


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