Harte-Hanks Austin , TX 78719

Posted 2 months ago

Harte Hanks is a global marketing firm that specializes in helping brands win attention, build trust and earn loyalty in an ever-changing world. Experts in defining, executing and optimizing the customer journey, we create meaningful interactions that connect our clients with their customers in more powerful ways. From visionary thinking to tactical execution, we're changing the game of customer engagement - we're bringing the human back to marketing.

The Ask

We're looking for an outgoing and energetic trainer who has a broad knowledge of curriculum and performance trends in the field of learning and assessment. Someone who has a deep understanding of best practices in test development, instructional and graphic design, and contributes to process improvement activities and delivers high quality learning and assessment materials on schedule.

Who You Are

You love to learn and collaborate with teams to bring life and excitement to training. You are a trail blazer for e-learning and enjoy seeing people excel in new ways. You have a passion for graphics, animations, videos in order to make learning fun .

What You'll Do

Create exciting training materials and provide technical support for other learning specialists to increase and enhance the ongoing learning at Harte Hanks.

What You Need

Bachelor's Degree in Communication Arts, Mass Communication, Multimedia Arts or relevant work experience

1-3 years of industry experience as a trainer/content developer

Functional knowledge on designing content through Adobe Captivate or other editing software

Proficient in MS Office

Strong writing, editing and proofreading skills

Experience developing training materials based on adult learning principles and methodologies

Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/H/V

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