Looking for a position in training and development under the drab skies of a Chicago winter can be oppressive. Luckily, there are plenty of jobs in Chicagoland. But even the most resilient and wintered job-seekers might find their best fit in other locales.
The Society of Applied Learning Technology (SALT) has posted some interesting openings, some of which are in climes that are warmer (Reno) and even ideal (Oakland). Take a look:
1. Instructional Designer, TLT
The University of Nevada, Reno seeks two creative Instructional Designers with a passion for teaching. The Instructional Designer supports faculty in the development of teaching and learning strategies, provides guidance in using instructional technologies, conducts workshops and training programs, and participates in research and professional development activities. For more information on the position and required qualifications please visit our website: https://www.unrsearch.com/postings/13829
2. Instructional Designer
This is a new position in which the successful candidate will establish and lead the instructional design effort for the Holy Names University. The Instructional Designer will develop the scope of this position and work collaboratively with faculty to foster effective teaching and learning experiences through the effective use of technology, content development, and course design. http://apptrkr.com/410778 EOE
3. Assistant Professor in Simulation, Animation, and Gaming
The School of Technology Studies invites applications for a tenure-track position in Simulation, Animation, and Gaming; the appointment will be at the rank of Assistant Professor with a start in Fall 2014.
4. Assistant/Associate Professor, Graduate Department of Educational Leadership & Instructional Design
Assistant/Associate Professor, Graduate Department of Educational Leadership & Instructional Design at Idaho State University
To read the full job descriptions on the web site click here http://www.salt.org/index.htm?salt.asp?pn=joblistall.