Coordination, Design, Development
To be discussed.
Operation Christmas Child (OCC), a program of Samaritan’s Purse, partners with local believers and churches in over 100 countries to share the powerful message of the Gospel through a simple shoebox gift. Our desire is to continue to grow this exciting, life changing ministry so more children around the world are impacted by the Gospel.
Do you have experience with audio and on screen editing? Are you proficient with Adobe Premier, Audition and After Effects? We’re searching for a Training Multimedia Associate to join our team! This could be your chance to support in the coordination, design, development, and delivery of effective training strategies and media to equip over 9,000 OCC volunteers!
* Designs and develops e-learning according to instructional design principles including scripts, storyboards, recorded narration, filmed video, on-screen graphics, course review, handouts, workbooks, and assessments using a variety of software and equipment.
* Using Adobe Premiere, Audition, and After Effects, edits and publishes video and audio for e-learning; including voiceover narration, transitions, titles, on-screen graphics, and effects.
* Works with OCC teams to develop ministry-specific training content to support field activity utilizing instructional design principles and different delivery methods including e-learning, video, presentations, handouts, and handbooks.
* Supports the Volunteer Program Team in additional projects related to the overall development of the volunteer ministry as needed.
* Follows policies and procedures of Samaritan’s Purse as set forth in the Policy Manual.
* Maintains a strong Christian witness to colleagues, vendors, charitable beneficiaries, and the general public.
* Bachelor’s degree (B. A.) or Bachelor’s Science (B.S.) in instructional design, communications, or media from a four-year college or university; and one to two years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
* Advanced Ability to define training and audio/visual problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
* Ability to organize, categorize, and sort training data based on multiple variables and multiple sources of information.
* Strong problems solving skills in order to troubleshoot basic software and audio/visual equipment problems.
* Capacity to quickly learn new computer software and audio/visual equipment.
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