Instructional Development Specialist is responsible for Epic curriculum architecture for the Epic CPOE application supporting all elements of training planning, design, development and implementation for designated application(s).
Work Hours: Primarily Days, some nights possible; primarily off weekends, but need to be flexible to meet position needs when training needed on weekends.
Instructional Development Specialist assists the Training Manager and CLP Training Coordinator with training strategy for designated application(s). Participate in the development of training policies and requirements for designated application(s). Trains and supports a team of supplemental (credentialed) trainers in their designated application(s). Responsible for supporting all elements of training planning, design, development and implementation for designated application(s). Responsible for development of detailed, workflow-based curriculum for designated application(s). Responsible for building, testing and maintaining the training environment for designated application(s). Maintains training curriculum, training environment, and delivers ongoing education post go-live. Provides input on the appropriate level of training (time, delivery method) for each user in designated application(s). Develops appropriate proficiency measures for training. Conducts training for designated application(s). Trains and supports a team of supplemental (credentialed) trainers in their designated application(s). Delivers instructor-led training for credentialed trainers, super user and end user audiences. Must be able to travel to earn certification in an Epic application. Prior knowledge of UAMS Clinical workflows, revenue cycle, or business operations a plus. Attends status meetings held by the training team and their designated application team(s). May also attend change control meetings and other meetings as needed. Ensures deliverables are approved by the appropriate members of the project team and are completed in accordance with the overall training strategy.
Required Experience: Baccalaureate Degree in Education Technology, Computer Science, Healthcare or related field OR High School Diploma/GED with EPIC certification EC Ambulatory application, or Healthy Planet Application plus 3 years experience.
Preferred Experience: BSN, MSN or Graduate degree in educational, health-related or similar, 2 years of experience as an educator in an academic medical center and/or academic setting with demonstrated leadership in assessing educational outcomes and utilizing technological resources to improve learning efficiency; clinical practice experience; understanding of clinical workflows.