Website Designer/Trainer is responsible for designing and preparing web sites, instructional support materials, including multimedia presentations, overhead transparencies, instructional print materials, etc. The incumbent may also assist the Communications and Marketing Office in graphics work and web sites which promote the College, while providing exceptional client centered service on a consistent basis to all stakeholder groups.
– To design and prepare web sites and a variety of materials.
– To develop and present workshops, courses and training seminars.
– To maintain records and inventory.
– To assist other staff in the department and/or in the Communications and Marketing Office with graphic representation through desk top publishing and audio visual production(s) as assigned.
To Be Successful in this Role You Will Need:
1. Experience supporting online and hybrid course development in a Learning Management system. Currently Douglas College supports Blackboard 9.1
2. A diploma in instructional design, graphic design or web site/multi-media design from a recognized post-secondary institution supplemented by two years of related work experience. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience using the World Wide Web for promotional and educational applications may be considered.
3. Excellent interpersonal and cross-cultural communications skills including written and verbal fluency in the English language.
4. Proven experience with internet browser applications such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, as well as supporting applications such as the Adobe Suite.
5. A demonstrated ability to:
– develop course outlines, objectives, learning materials, assignments and evaluation tools and instruct workshops, courses and training seminars.
– design web sites and create functional architecture for them and create appropriate graphics, navigational tools, hypertext and multi-media.
– establish and maintain effective working relationships and provide efficient, client-centred service in person, in writing, and over the telephone with the College community and outside agencies.
– set up interactive web sites with E-mail, forms, creating and using scripts, XML and database links.
– use Excel, Access, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and Macromedia Flash at an intermediate level. A good understanding of ODBC connectivity is also required.
– develop creative and imaginative artwork.
– work independently with minimal supervision.
– establish priorities and meet deadlines.