Work with Trifoia

Trifoia is an equal opportunity employer committed to cultural diversity. Trifoia encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including race, gender, veteran and disability status.

Trifoia is proud to offer a robust benefits package to eligible employees, including health insurance, retirement plans and paid time off.

Instructional Designer/Project Manager

The Instructional Designer is a lead member of a project development team and is responsible for the instructional design, implementation, and support of online courses and project management. They work with content area specialists and the media production team to evaluate and design course objects and instructional flow to ensure a quality online learning experience. They will work on multiple projects simultaneously in any number of content areas, authoring learning objects, and building courses in a variety of Learning Management Systems (LMS). As project managers, they are responsible for the completion of projects within scope, schedule, and budget. They are primary points of contact for clients and manage the task-level work of project team members.

Reports to: eLearning Department Manager

Direct reports: None

Classification: Exempt Full Time

Duties and Responsibilities

Must be able to perform all essential job functions with or without Reasonable Accommodation.

  • Project Management: 
  1. Define project scope
  2. Initiate projects
  3. Develop project schedule
  4. Monitor and Control projects
  5. Manage quality control/assurance is integrated across project development, and ensure that all products meet quality standards before release
  6. Manage client communications, client meetings (schedule, run, draft agendas, take and distribute notes, and follow up on action points), and escalate client communications to the sales team as needed
  7. Coordinate delivery and approval of the final product
  8. Manage project closure.
  • Maintain records and update organizational process assets as appropriate
  • Work directly with Content Area Specialists to understand learning objectives and complete audience analysis
  • Work with Content Area Specialists to develop educational content
  • Work with the media department to ensure that media assets are in line with educational content
  • Oversee the production of instructional design assets
  • Mentor asset developers on Authoring tools and other development tasks 
  • Ensure that courses meet client feature requests for accessibility (508/WCAG)
  • Plan and implement course content and delivery on company LMS and LMS of partners
  • Assess available online tools and assist web and mobile development team with integrations
  • Maintain an operational library of best practices

Skills and Qualifications 

  • Certification or degree in instructional design or 4 years’ professional experience 
  • Proven ability to take a project from contract to completion while meeting project objectives
  • Proven experience with e-learning development in Articulate Storyline or similar authoring tool
  • Experienced in project management best practices
  • Strong understanding of accessibility standards and how they integrate into eLearning platforms
  • Strong understanding of SCORM or Tin Can API
  • Able to communicate instructional design best practices and emerging methodologies to the development team
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of tools (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Proficient in Adobe Cloud suite of tools (Audition, Photoshop, After Effects)
  • Proficient in company connectivity tools for remote work (GoToMeeting) and communication and productivity tools (Asana, Slack, Confluence)
  • Familiarity with HTML and CSS 
  • Bi-Lingual Spanish/English preferred

Location

Eugene, OR. Will consider remote for qualified candidates.

This position is open until filled 

Front End Developer

The Front End Developer is responsible for designing, programming, and maintaining all aspects of the project’s front-end, user-facing components including website interactivity components, visualizations, data intake, browser compatibility, accessibility, and other elements of website and applications that users engage with.

The Front End Developer has a deep understanding of responsive design principles (mobile first development); test driven development; development for accessibility, usability, and design; agile development practices; and estimating time required for projects. A successful candidate for this position will have strong competency in working collaboratively with small, diverse teams, working against tight deadlines, time management and tracking, attention to detail, and a growth mindset.

Reports to: eLearning Department Manager

Direct reports: None

Classification: Exempt Full Time

Duties and Responsibilities

Must be able to perform all essential job functions with or without Reasonable Accommodation.

  • Plan and execute web accessibility features to WCAG and 508 accessibility standards
  • Collaborate with clients and graphic design team to plan and execute design standards
  • Consistently understand and follow details of design from the design team
  • Develop new user-facing features
  • Build reusable code and libraries for future use
  • Write functional requirement documents and specifications
  • Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs
  • Optimize applications for maximum speed and scalability
  • Ensure all user input is validated before submitting to back-end
  • Effectively collaborate with team members/stakeholders
  • Develop functional and appealing web- and mobile-based applications based on design prototypes, usability best practices, etc.
  • Provide website maintenance and enhancements
  • Use a combination of programming languages to write web pages
  • Assist back-end developers with coding and troubleshooting
  • Create cascading style sheets (CSS) that are consistent across all browsers and platforms
  • Maintain graphic standards and branding throughout the product’s interface
  • Stay current on emerging technologies that pertain to job duties
  • Consistently promote usability best practices
  • Ensure products are mobile-friendly
  • Create instructional design assets (SCORM packages, Articulate or similar) according to design specifications.

Skills and Qualifications

3 years or more professional front end development experience. Required skills and qualifications:

  • WordPress 
  • HTML
  • Modern CSS 
  • Modern JavaScript (ES6+)
  • Browser technology and quirks (Chrome, Safari, IE)
  • Build Tools (Make, NPM Scripts)
  • Asset Bundlers (WebPack, Browserify)
  • Front End Frameworks (React or similar)
  • Testing Frameworks (Mocha)
  • Git and GitHub
  • Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Remote working and communication tools (GoToMeeting, Slack, Asana)
  • Adobe Creative Suite

Familiarity with the following tools:

  • Node.js/NPM
  • Virtual Machines (Virtual Box)
  • HTML Preprocessors (PUG, EJS)
  • CSS Methodologies (BEM, SMACSS, OOCSS)
  • CSS Preprocessors (LESS, SCSS, PostCSS) 
  • Ubuntu Server
  • PHP (WordPress)

Skill/Familiarity with the following tools is not necessary, but preferred:

  • LearnDash
  • H5P
  • AWS (S3, EC2, CodeBuild, CodePipeline, etc)
  • xAPI
  • Learning Management Systems (Litmos, Canvas)
  • Learning Record Stores (Learning Locker)
  • Video Streaming (Shaka)

Location

Eugene, OR. Will consider remote for qualified candidates.

This position is open until filled 

Interested?

Trifoia is a team of content developers, instructional designers, technology experts, researchers, media producers, and storytellers who produce training content for maximum impact and reach.

Do you like to analyze problems and build solutions? Do you feel you have more to offer and would like to contribute to projects that help people? Do you take your work seriously but like to play and enjoy life?

If so, attach your resume and cover letter and drop us a line through the contact form below.

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