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It may not feel like it, but yes, spring is coming. Maybe by the time spring has officially arrived, you’ll be in a new position doing what you love for a great company! We have some great positions open, and many more on the horizon. We’ll keep you posted, but in the meantime, here are 2 that we’re actively recruiting for.

Looking for a good trainer for NY or MA

Train-the-Trainer – Safety Handbook Training. AXIOM is looking for a resource who has energy sector experience and can speak to safety policies. The instructor will help client trainers learn how to navigate the Safety Handbook course, lead training, and help engage learners. This is open through March and April in both Massachusetts and New York.

We’re also looking for an experienced Instructional Designer in the Philadelphia area. This 4-6 month position is on-site several days a week so we are looking for locals. If you have Articulate Storyline experience and are skilled in creating scenario based ILT curriculum utilizing blended learning solutions, contact us!

We’re happy to connect even if you aren’t sure you fit the above positions. We are constantly building our network of contractors and may have something in the future that might be perfect for you, or a friend. We’re happy to take referrals!

Here is a link to a few other L&D positions we’d like to fill. We’re eager to meet new people and see how we can work together. We would also love if you put us in touch with a colleague or friend you know is looking. If these contract positions aren’t exactly what you want, don’t hesitate to reach out, we’re always adding new jobs to our list! We’re actively posting on LinkedIn, too, so check us out.

If you’re interested, you can apply directly on our website, or feel free to contact us to start a conversation. If you don’t see what you are looking for on our site, please reach out, we have many other positions we are working to fill.

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