Our rapidly scaling medical education technology company is seeking a Certified Nursing Assistant Program Instructional Designer to help lead content development with our Content Team. In this role, you will be working with the Content Team to help create vivid, engaging health education content for learners all around the world. We need your help to “Raise the Line”. The stresses placed on our healthcare system amid the COVID-19 pandemic require flexible, rapid responses within health education. As a knowledge manager working with a unique, distributed start-up environment, we’re looking for your help to lead that response.
Our mission is to “Empower the world’s clinicians & caregivers with the best learning experience possible.” To this end, we have an audience of millions of current & future clinicians as well as patients and family members. Members of the Osmosis learning platform and video library to learn efficiently and excel in classes, board exams, and in the clinic.
We are a distributed team of creative, approachable, and motivated entrepreneurs, researchers, artists, educators, writers, and clinicians who are passionate about improving healthcare and education. At Osmosis, we collaborate remotely and value highly-motivated problem solvers who manage their time efficiently, communicate earnestly, work effectively, and understand the importance of life-work balance. We do everything we can to make sure our teammates are successful personally and professionally.
About the Role
As a Certified Nursing Assistant Program Instructional Designer, you will work closely with our content and review teams to help guide the production of content for prospective certified nursing assistants. You will ensure that our content is accurate, engaging, and poised to meet the pedagogical needs of a didactic CNA program.
The responsibilities for this role include, but are not limited to:
- Manage the content review and revision of scripts, notes, and assessments related to the CNA program
- Recruit RN level reviewers and instructors to help create and teach our content
- Develop a framework to assist RN instructors within a distributed classroom model
- Offer guidance and feedback to the Osmosis content and marketing team about this initiative
This position is a fixed-term remote position requiring 30-40 hours per week.
- RN, BSN or MSN, legally qualified to teach CNA course material in the United States
- Minimum two years nursing experience as a registered nurse
- Experience teaching nurse aides
- High level of familiarity with federal and state CNA program instruction regulations
- Experience teaching CNA course material
- Adaptable. You are flexible and versatile with projects, goals, and strategies. You move quickly with change and stay open-minded.
- Proactive. You seek out new ways to help and problem-solve with your team members. You don’t wait for someone else to pick up the slack.
- Entrepreneurial. You are a proven executor and work diligently to produce excellent results with limited time and resources.
- Lifelong learner. You consume content (podcasts, blogs, books, etc) that is relevant to your craft, our company, and our customers and you apply these learnings in your work to make sure you are as effective as possible.
- Mission and Vision Aligned. A passion for Osmosis’s mission, vision, and values.
Must be authorized to work in the US.
To apply, please submit the following to [email protected]:
- Proof of State Nursing Licensure Certification
- How would you suggest organizing a CNA training course for multiple US States (e.g. NY, WA, CA)
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
One of our values is to “Open Your Arms”. In line with this, if you have any specific needs that may require a different method for application submission, please reach out to us at [email protected].
Osmosis is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or other status protected by law.