Senior Instructional Designer position at Nashville TN 37201
For years, Asurion’s business has been centered on handset protection, but we know there’s so much more to mobile technology than just the hardware, which is exactly why we’re continuing our expansion into Mobile Technical Support (MTS)—providing millions of consumers nationwide with white-glove service that bridges the gap between people and the technology that powers our lives. That’s where you come in. Everyone knows that technology, especially mobile tech, is changing daily, with new applications, hardware and accessories debuting constantly. We’re looking for a forward-thinking, tech-savvy instructional designer who can take the next iPhone, Android, Windows Phone or Blackberry, understand and break down everything the consumer is going to need or want to know about that product, and create world-class computer- and classroom-based trainings that will prepare our tech concierges to guide consumers through almost any imaginable high-tech roadblock. There’s no doubt it’s a big challenge, but if you have a passion for technology and want to help millions better utilize mobile tech, this is an incredibly dynamic role and a truly special opportunity. Desired Skills & Experience:
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