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Welcome to summer! The beaches are hot and so are the jobs! We have a bunch opening up right now! Project-based contract jobs seem to be having a moment…why not? Summer is a great time to get that project you’ve been dreaming about done with a little outside help! Plus, offices are a little slower with vacations so there’s always time to get a contractor in and a project off your plate.

Are you an Oracle Instructional Designer? This is a long term contract position in San Bernardino, CA. Were looking for someone with experience in Oracle, and the modules are supply chain and financials.

We’re looking for IDs in the St. Louis area for a long term contract position who can develop blended materials, like ILT, V-ILT, on-line, and e-Learning. This will run 40 hours a week until April 2018.

Another hot job we have right now is for Java Trainers. A bit more technical than an ID job, but we know you’re out there! This is local to New York City and will run through October. There also may be an opportunity for the same position in Columbus, OH. Let us know if you have the expertise, or know someone who might! We love referrals!

We are also filling other L&D positions all the time. We’re always eager to meet new people and see how we can work together, or have you put us in touch with a colleague or friend you know is looking.

Maybe LMS jobs are more up your alley? We have several openings for LMS experts, both on a team and as a project lead. If this isn’t exactly what you want, don’t hesitate to reach out, we’re always adding new positions to our list! We’re actively posting on LinkedIn, too, so check us out.

Here’s a brief description of some of the jobs we have right now. 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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