Propane Education and Research Council
Learning Management System (LMS) Administrator
Propane Education and Research Council

The Learning Management System (LMS) Administrator is responsible for the overall management, maintenance and administration of the Propane Industry’s eLogic LMS application and environment to include the complete configuring and testing of all functions within the eLogic Learning LMS.

  • Requires 5+ years experience
  • Full time
  • United States | Remote
  • Requires Bachelor's degree
  • $65,000/year
March 18, 2019
12 applicants
Average applicant experience: 10.75 years
Responsibilities

The Learning Management System (LMS) Administrator is responsible for the overall management, maintenance and administration of the Propane Industry’s eLogic LMS application and environment to include the complete configuring and testing of all functions within the eLogic Learning LMS. The Administrator is the primary contact for vendor support, maintenance, notifications, releases, and updates. The LMS Administrator optimizes the user’s experience, investigates and resolves LMS application and server environment errors, and communicates with the eLogic development team as appropriate, collaborates with PERC and other industry teams to establish policies, processes and procedures related to maintenance, updates, upgrades, integration, and development of the LMS application and environment. The Administrator works with third-party services to maintain a secure, highly-available and fault-tolerant LMS environment. Additionally, this position oversees relationships with related vendors, host providers and assists state associations and companies with multi-site functionality. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Requirements

  • Five+ years related experience.
  • Experience working with computer programs, and a comparable LMS.
  • Ability to research and resolve LMS functionality issues and escalated LMS support tickets.
  • Must have knowledge of software configurations and problem-solving methods needed to diagnose and resolve web technology problems.
  • Ability to develop and leverage relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.
  • Strong team player with the ability to function autonomously when necessary.
  • Analytical, organized, and detail oriented
  • Ability to manage relationships and function within all levels of the organization and outside stakeholders.

 Competencies

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Strategic
  • Collaborative
  • Creative
  • Flexible
  • Influential
  • Excellent judgment
  • Team player

Education

Bachelor’s Degree in management information systems, systems administration or equivalent experience. Advanced degree a plus.

Licenses, Certifications, Qualification, or Standards:

Experience with eLogic or similar type LMS systems highly preferred.

Working Conditions:

Office Work Environment (76%-100%)

Travel (up to 25%)

 

Who You Are

PERC offers excellent benefits including: competitive salary, two weeks’ vacation, 401(k) retirement plan, healthcare (including prescription, eye care, and dental), LTD and life insurance policies.

For confidential consideration, please send resume, cover letter, salary expectations and references by email to Theresa Ryan at jobs1@propane.com.  Salary will be commensurate with experience. Only candidates who meet the necessary criteria will be considered.

The Propane Education & Research Council is an equal opportunity employer.

Who We Are

The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) was authorized by the U.S. Congress with passage of the Propane Education and Research Act (PERA), Public Law 104-284, signed into law on October 11, 1996. The act was amended by the Propane Education & Research Enhancement Act of 2014.

All of the Council’s programs are funded by an assessment levied on each gallon of propane gas at the point it is odorized or imported into the United States. The assessment, which is mandatory, is currently $.005 per gallon. PERA requires the owner of the propane at the time of odorization, or at the time odorized propane is imported into the United States, to remit an assessment based on the volume of odorized propane sold and placed into commerce each month.

The Council’s investment in the development of new propane-powered products has made it an incubator of technology that helps Americans save money and cut emissions while contributing to the nation’s energy security.

PERC works with manufacturers, researchers, and government partners to strengthen technical knowledge, leverage funding, and maximize investments in developing new propane products. This collaboration ensures that innovative applications of propane are realized in the most effective way possible.

jobs1@propane.com
202-452-8975
Job Function
Learning Management System Administrator
Industry
Oil & Energy