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Instructional Designer (Healthcare Education)

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PROJECT KILIMANJARO

  • 2 people are interested

Project Kilimanjaro is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that promotes the health and wellness of women and children internationally. While much of our work has been overseas, we have decided to begin to make an impact closer to home. The organization was built in California and the issues that we continue to address in Tanzania are also pertinent to the San Francisco community. These issues include Infectious Disease Prevention and Menstrual Health Management. Given the COVID-19 crisis, Menstrual Health Management is of high concern with the growing homeless community in San Francisco. Project Kilimanjaro is interested in bringing onboard a skilled volunteer that can take full ownership in developing our Menstrual Health Management course.

Within 3 Weeks You Will

  • Work with affiliates at Project Kilimanjaro earn our tooling and organizational infrastructure
  • Work with experts to define learning objectives for a new program
  • Recruit (with the help of our recruiting team) subject matter experts to deliver on your vision

Within 6 Weeks You Will
  • Design and implement assessments to measure student mastery
  • Design learning experiences and draft content to achieve outcomes and learning objectives
  • Contribute to the team’s knowledge base on pedagogy, instructional strategies, and your focus domain

Within 9 Weeks You Will
  • Launch a Menstrual Health Management program from scratch
  • Monitor and address feedback from students and educators
  • Improve mastery and satisfaction metrics for your program(s)

Duties will include:
  1. Design learning content and assessment materials for menstrual health management and female hygiene catered towards women in low-income settings
  2. Manage subject matter experts to produce learning content on time and on budget
  3. Review and provide feedback on learning content written by others
  4. Monitor and address student and educator feedback on learning content
  5. Use Project Kilimanjaro's learning platform to publish and manage content
  6. Design new programs with research-supported approaches to instructional design

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in education or related field or equivalent training or equivalent work experience
  • 2+ years designing learning experiences for an online education platform
  • Excellent writing and editing skills
  • Experience managing others, formally or informally, to deliver on your vision
  • Fluency in technical topics like programming, data science, or design
  • Proven ability to learn new domains quickly
  • Demonstrated compassion for students & educators
  • Detail-oriented

More opportunities with PROJECT KILIMANJARO

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About PROJECT KILIMANJARO

Location:

5816 CHESTERFIELD CT, SAN JOSE, CA 95138, US

Mission Statement

To promote the health and wellness of women and children internationally through sustainable community development, global cooperation, and cultural understanding.

Description

Project Kilimanjaro is a non-profit organization that promotes the health and wellness of women and children internationally. Based in San Diego, California, students and professionals alike work together to raise awareness and funds about ongoing projects in Tanzania that focus on the HIV/AIDS crisis, as well as the lack of menstrual health management, accessible first-aid resources, and clean water in Maasai villages in the Longido District. With a diverse set of volunteers coming from North America, European Union, Australia, and Asia we work to ensure sustainable community development, global cooperation, and a greater sense of cultural understanding to bridge the divide between international communities. Visit our website www.projectkiliforkids.org to learn more!

Health & Medicine
Homeless & Housing
Women

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

1490 Chestnut StreetSan Francisco, CA 94123

(37.80203,-122.42768)
 

SKILLS

  • Product Development
  • Market Research
  • Program Management
  • Patient Care
  • Healthcare
  • Social Work

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • This is a 6-month contract position that will require part-time commitment

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