Data has a story to tell. We give it a voice.

Guided by a mission to help, ABILITY, an Inovalon company, is a leading information technology company helping healthcare providers and payers simplify administrative and clinical complexity by enabling data-driven improvements in healthcare. Our employee philosophy is simple: We hire smart, talented people and trust them to do their thing. As part of ABILITY, you’ll grow with a company that wants you to succeed. To support you, we provide the teams, the latitude, the support and the culture so you can try new things, broaden your experience, and grow and succeed with us. Join our team and help make ABILITY a great place to do great work!

This job is for you if

  • You have earned a bachelor’s degree
  • You have spent a minimum of 3 years gaining experience in a content development or instructional design capacity
  • People say you have strong interpersonal skills
  • Storyboarding and visual design are your interests
  • People regard as someone who can think outside the box and bring a fresh perspective

Here’s what an ordinary day of work might look like

  • You outline the concept of a course, define the course medium, content delivery, assessments, accompanying materials, and complementary learning approaches
  • You define training programs and core content project schedules, work effort estimates, monitor, and track project tasks and report overall progress and completion deliverables to management
  • You create effective instructional design for CBTs, live training, job aids, visual aids, and other appropriate tools to drive effective learning for internal and external customers, including leveraging adult-learning tools such as quizzes, gamification, interactive CBTs, etc.
  • You consult with stakeholders, subject matter experts, and focus groups to create engaging, interactive course content and learning activities that increase the retention of knowledge to learners
  • You assure all materials meet brand and marketing standards

Individuals seeking employment at ABILITY are considered without regards to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

What are you waiting for? Apply now!

Are you getting jazzed up by the thought of working with us? Don’t hesitate! Apply now! Ability is guided by a simple mission: to help. We help others, make it better, do the right thing always, and deliver extraordinary results together. If you are highly motivated, dependable, and a team player, we would love to have you join our team. Apply now to complete our online application. You will need to upload a recent copy of your resume.  If you don’t have the qualifications we have asked for, this position isn’t for you, and we will not be able to consider your application.

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