eLearning Specialist

US-TX-The Woodlands
2 weeks ago
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eLearning Specialist – Articulate Storyline eLearning Designer


Veriforce eLearning Specialists are creative professionals that mold pre-written course content into interactive, exciting, and visually appealing computer based training. Designers also create interactive quizzes and games, and are responsible for exam creation.


Our course library is used by adult learners in the oil and gas industry.


We are looking for sharp, creative, self-motivated candidates that enjoy the satisfaction of invention, solution, and completion. 


  • Develop computer-based training using standard e-learning development software in accordance with adult learning theories and multimedia principles.
  • Implement computer-based training and exams in Veriforce’s custom learning management system.
  • Evaluate course surveys and exam results to ensure all training is effective.
  • Troubleshoot course functionality issues.
  • Assist clients with training issues (Operators and Contractors).
  • Knowledgeable of training module in VeriSource.
  • Troubleshoot VeriSource training module issues.
  • Supports, participates and adheres to the organization’s Information Security Management System program, complying with all established policies and procedures relating to the ISMS. Also responsible for the protection of company information assets under their care or operation.
  • All employees have a professional duty to report any information security issues or incidents or situations that present potential security risks to their direct supervisor and/or the Management Rep.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED).
  • Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university in English with a focus in Academics or Education is a plus.
  • One (1) to two (2) years related experience and/or training.



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