WHAT YOU NEED, WHEN YOU NEED IT
If you are an instructional designer with eLearning development skills, Illinois Pro Services is looking for you. Specifically, we need someone who is proficient with Articulate Storyline 2. Although we sometimes use other technologies, most of our work is done in Storyline. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply.
Note: This is an onsite position in Bloomington, IL.
How to Apply
Please follow these steps to apply to this position.
Bachelor’s degree, preferably in instructional design, education, English, or similar. Note: This requirement may be waived if you can demonstrate you have skills in Storyline 2.
We need someone who has already used Storyline 2 and knows how to use its most-often-used features. This can be through school projects and/or actual work experience, or just through practice in getting to know the software.
Additionally, the successful candidate will be generally tech savvy. Basic skills in MS Office, especially PowerPoint and Word, are mandatory.
Since our services are based in technical communications, the quality of communications with our clients must be excellent. The position we’re offering does not require you to be a great writer – but it does presume that since you have a bachelor’s degree, you understand the correct usage of apostrophes, how to effectively construct sentences, etc.
If hired, you would work in a small office setting in Bloomington, IL. You would be assigned to a fast computer with three monitors and all the latest software needed to develop first-rate eLearning content.
About Illinois Pro Services
Illinois Pro Services provides the highest quality customized eLearning development, technical writing/editing, and consulting services for clients in Illinois and beyond.
Various office responsibilities; position description coming soon. To be considered, send your resume and salary history to
Illinois Pro Services Career Page
We offer an excellent opportunity to gain valuable career experience in the services we provide to our clients: eLearning development, instructional design, and technical writing/editing.