About the team:

At Dig Inn, we believe that building great teams and culture starts with a people-first approach. We cast a wide net - teach as much as we learn, learn as much as we teach. The Learning & Development team embodies the value “Nurture the Next Crop” and is dedicated to growing chefs, culinary professionals, and future leaders. The e-Learning and Training Content Developer will work closely with subject matter experts to create content for our development experiences and learning paths across restaurant and support roles. This role will report to the Learning and Organizational Development Manager.

You will:

  • Develop and deliver eLearning best practices, content templates and technology innovations.
  • Create and edit audio and video collateral.
  • Consult with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and source materials to develop engaging and dynamic  online development experiences and learning paths.
  • Create and establish cross functional partnerships to drive large scale development programming.
  • Provide thought leadership and contributions to overall instructional design and eLearning projects.
  • Maintain current knowledge of all restaurant systems, food service and safety systems, and labor deployment systems to ensure the technical skills of all operators are kept current; develops and executes plans to close skill gaps when present.
  • Leverage strong internal consulting skills to partner with stakeholders in developing and designing functional specific training.
  • Analyze employee feedback data and establish success metrics of programs and initiatives.
  • Measure impact and quickly iterate content or modality to address specific feedback, as needed.

You are:

  • An excellent visual and verbal communicator. 
  • Design-focused with a keen eye for detail and knowledge of instructional design and adult learning principles.
  • A branding wizard, creating impactful iconography and visuals that represent the DIG mission and handwriting.
  • Adaptable, flexible, and motivated to drive results in a fast-paced environment where change is a constant.

You have:

  • 3-5 years of experience in an instructional design and development role using various eLearning development/delivery modalities.
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field such as instructional design, education or technology. Bonus: Master’s degree in learning design and development, adult learning or a related field.
  • Demonstrated skill in eLearning development applications and tools (Articulate Studio/Storyline, Captivate, Camtasia, Animate/After Effects, Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator). 
  • Experience in video and audio editing.
  • Knowledge of/experience with eLearning technical standards (SCORM, AICC, xAPI).
  • Use of graphic design applications to develop visually appealing and engaging experiences.
  • Experience in the restaurant, hospitality and/or retail industry is strongly preferred.
  • Excellent leadership, interpersonal skills, strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office products; MSWord, PowerPoint, Excel.
  • Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of HTML/CSS/XML/Javascript.

Work perks: Aside from your standard job description fare (competitive salary, medical, dental, vision) we also offer:

  • Macbook laptop
  • Flexible vacation time
  • Phone reimbursement
  • Equinox gym membership, based on eligibility
  • Commuter benefits
  • Bonus potential
  • A (hypo-allergenic) dog friendly HQ (they’re amazing stress-relievers)
  • Complimentary Dig Inn lunch everyday

About us:

Dig Inn is a farm-to-table food company with over 25 locations in New York and the Northeast, serving seasonal vegetables and culinary comfort food on an urban scale. 

The company is built on a culture of driven curiosity and ambitious innovation, finding and implementing new solutions to offering a simple, healthy, affordable meal. Our mission is to build a better food system (one vegetable at a time) that offers a better deal to customers, cooks, and farmers alike. 

Since getting started in 2011, we have focused on the essentials of our mission- building kitchens, training chefs, and developing one-on-one relationships with over 50 partner farms. The next few years will be a period of expansion, as we open in new cities and use the platform we’ve built for a better conversation around sourcing, cooking, and the business of food. 

And did we mention free Dig Inn for all employees? We strongly recommend the sweet potatoes.

Dig Inn believes in the power of a shared table to bring people together as we are committed to building a culturally inclusive team. Diverse candidates encouraged to apply.

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