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Happy New Year! We hope your 2018 is off to a great start. The new year makes us think about new beginnings; are you one of many qualified contractors looking for a great opportunity for this year? We have several new jobs that might interest you!

Jobs for Contractors available at AXIOM

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

Another hot job we have right now is for a Trainer in Financial Services On-Boarding. This is in Toronto and must be a local person. If you are in the Toronto area, let us know! This is a 2-4 month job where the right contractor will work with each new Financial Advisor to develop the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude to build their professional practice within the respective steps of the training process.

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, or have 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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