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Internal Number: 202111
General Summary: This person works directly with the appropriate IWLA volunteers and IWLA management to develop and grow distance-learning curriculum and develop content for IWLA education by working with Special Interest Groups, third-party education providers, and planning committees. In addition, this person plays a supporting role in meeting planning and other educational products like webinars and convention.
I. Curriculum Development/SIGs
Assesses and helps hone IWLA in-person education programming and distance-learning programming;
Creates strategic growth plans for Special Interest Group development/oversight and helps develop marketing for SIGs and other education programs;
Acts as liaison to all IWLA Special Interest Groups;
Independently researches and helps develop educational content;
Tracks student progress in completing classes and requirements;
Leads focus groups to develop focus areas of education and test best delivery methods;
Assists members with education questions and registering for programs;
Identifies industry experts and other professionals to tap as resources; and
Develops evolving content for individual member education with a goal of making warehouses more profitable.
standard curriculum and content (based on the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to be successful in warehousing);
training materials and teaching aids (course outlines, workbooks, assessment tools, checklists, audio and video content when appropriate); and
II. Research and Partnerships
Researches about and completes outreach to potential education content partners;
Secures discounted IWLA-member access to the identified resources;
Works with the IWLA marketing and education staff to announce and market these tools;
Helps identify gaps between what is available and what IWLA members have cited as their educational needs;
Oversees creation of IWLA-generated distance-learning content;
Assesses, suggests, and manages tools needed to create content and track attendee progress.
III. Meeting Support
Assists with registration processes and questions.
May work as an onsite contact for hotels/vendors during educational sessions.
Will help with meeting logistics (name badges, supplies, etc.)
May be asked to photograph/take video during in-person events
Completes other duties as assigned.
Qualifications & Skills
Bachelor’s degree required (in education preferred)
Working knowledge of adult-learning theory, principles and approaches, including learning modalities
Experience in curriculum development of online/distance-learning modules – minimum two years preferred
Learning Management System experience
Proficient in project management
Proficient in PowerPoint (Microsoft) and other products in the Office suite
Knowledge of meeting planning terminology/meeting experience
High-level of communication and interpersonal skills
Experience (medium to high) with video production software
Ability to work with volunteers
Ability to work occasional overtime as needed or required by management
Experience in writing curriculum is a plus
Understanding/experience in course authoring software (Adobe Captivate, Articulate, Lectora, etc.) is a plus
Ability to travel domestically four to six times per year
Ability to perform the essential functions of this position
About International Warehouse Logistics Association
IWLA is the unified voice of the value-added warehousing and logistics industry, representing third-party logistics (3PL) and warehousing service providers. Our nearly 500 member companies provide timely and cost-effective 3PL solutions for their customers. IWLA's members are committed to warehousing and protecting the free flow of products across international borders. IWLA helps members grow profits by reducing our members’ costs and increase their resources through programs, products and services that are exclusive to IWLA membership.