Contractor – E-Learning Technical Developer

The E-Learning Technical Developer position offers the opportunity to fulfill a critical need for content infrastructure and development to advance the AnitaB.org mission of building a more equitable workforce in technology. The content will support organizations who want to close diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) gaps in tech. AnitaB.org Organizational Transformation (OT) programs and offerings are designed and implemented through the lens of intersectionality[1]. Gender is only one aspect that influences how women in technology and computing are viewed, empowered, and advanced throughout their careers.

The E-Learning Technical Developer will work closely with the OT Executive Programs (Sharing the Table) and internal teams to develop, design, and deploy an e-learning solution for companies and organizations with a technical workforce interested in enhancing their DEI practices.

**This is a contractor role for six months.

Responsibilities

  • Agile technical skills to build or develop within an existing e-learning platform featuring an e-learning one-stop-shop from scope to product release.
  • Develop, test, and implement a data collection system within the platform and provide feedback and measurement to improves training resources.
  • Work closely with internal instructional designer(s) to develop an effective platform with digital content that ensures learning objectives are met.
  • Work with internal teams to ensure that digital assets and design meets organization’s branding and style.
  • Optimize existing business processes to drive productivity.
  • Train internal stakeholders on the platform design, benefit to our external stakeholders, and implementation of process improvements.
  • Document technology needs and effectively communicate requirements and recommendations to IT resources.
  • Lead or participate in ad hoc projects related to content and system management focused on the org’s mission of promoting equitable workplaces in Technology & Computing

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

We expect professionalism with internal team(s) and external stakeholder interactions and communications, including honesty, integrity, respect, and non-discrimination in keeping with an organization with a mission to promote women’s (DEI) in society and the workplace.

We are looking for someone with:

  • Demonstrated commitment and success promoting (DEI), including leading and collaborating with diverse teams.
  • Flexible attitude to iterate, course correct, adjust as needed, and ability to remain professional and focused under pressure.
  • Excellent technical, verbal, and written communication skills focused on global design thinking.
  • Comfortable working collaboratively across teams and independently.
  • Familiarity with and working knowledge of Content Management System (CMS), Learning Management Systems (LMS), and E-Learning Standards.
  • Demonstrated experience in designing and scaling training products with multimedia and learning technologies, e-learning content authoring tools, and proficiency with programming languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Solid knowledge and experience developing various e-learning formats and platforms, producing engaging and impactful digital, and live learning experiences including interface design, a repository of training resources, video, and animations.
  • Experience in designing and implementing process improvements and developing metrics for user retention and learning success.

Minimum Qualifications, Education, and Experience

  • We require a bachelor’s degree – computer science/software or similar technical background preferred.
  • Desired candidate will have 7+ years of experience designing an e-learning platform, deployment, strategy, risk management, compliance, and full development and testing lifecycle, preferably for adult learners in a nonprofit organization focused on DEI in technology.
  • Online portfolio of previous design and development projects.
  • Strong collaborator with excellent interpersonal skills able to work cross collaboratively with colleagues.

Interested applicants should email their resume and cover letter to Jobs@AnitaB.org and indicate “E-Learning Technical Developer” in the subject line.

About AnitaB.org

AnitaB.org envisions a future where the people who imagine and build technology mirror the people and societies that use it. To achieve that vision, we connect, inspire, and guide women in computing and organizations that view technology innovation as a strategic imperative. As a mission-driven nonprofit, we seek to expand communications about the underrepresentation of women in technical roles, the importance of increasing diversity in tech, and promoting solutions to these issues.

AnitaB.org is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religion (including religious dress and grooming standards), sex (including pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, breastfeeding or related medical conditions), gender (including a person’s gender identity, gender expression, and gender-related appearance and behavior, whether or not stereotypically associated with the person’s assigned sex at birth), age, national origin, sexual orientation, medical condition, marital status (including domestic partnership status), physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, protected medical and family care leave, Civil Air Patrol status, military and veteran status, or other legally protected characteristics. We also prohibit harassment of any individual on any of the characteristics listed above. Our non-discrimination policy applies to all aspects of employment.

[1] Professor Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, “Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Sex: A Black Feminist Critique of Antidiscrimination Doctrine, Feminist Theory and Antiracist Politics,” University of Chicago Legal Forum, 1989. Crenshaw developed the concept of “intersectionality” to describe overlapping categories of difference and discrimination that affect inclusion in the workplace.