Job Description

Job title: Curriculum Developer
Date of origin: August 18, 2015
Date of last edit: August 31, 2015
FSLB Category: Salaried/Exempt
Department: Development
Reports to: Vice President of Product Development


Hertzler Systems Inc., a leading software solutions provider, is seeking a full-time (or at least 75% FTE) Curriculum Developer. The Curriculum Developer is responsible for analyzing, designing, creating, and updating training products and training marketing literature.  This position requires minimal travel.

Skills needed for Curriculum Developer

  • Experience in developing instructor led and on-line adult training courses
  • Experience with eLearning technology
  • Comprehensive knowledge of instructional theories and principles
  • Technical aptitude and quick study
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong proof-reading skills to produce error-free documents
  • Good computer and presentation skills
  • Create and review project budgets
  • Proven ability to meet deadlines and ability to multi-task
  • Detail-oriented, thorough, organized, and systematic
  • Open-minded, customer-focused, team player
  • Project management
  • Strong math skills and programming experience a plus

Technical skills needed

Microsoft Office, Camtasia, In-Design, Photoshop

Job Duties

  • Design, develop, maintain, and test the curriculum content for GainSeeker Suite of products
  • Maintain and update tour data sets used in training materials
  • Work with Sales team and outside resources to create marketing, pricing, and profitability plans
  • Provide training to customers as needed to validate training materials
  • Determine new product needs through market research
  • Train the trainers – share best practices and make recommendations
  • Identify and manage outside resources needed to create training products
  • Assist with internal training of Hertzler employees when needed
  • Coordinate with other members of the Development team
  • Other duties as required

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