The Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) is a national, non-profit membership organization that successfully uses social change principles to promote high-quality palliative care for people with serious illnesses. CAPC provides health professionals with the tools, training, and technical assistance necessary to start and sustain successful palliative care programs in hospitals and other health care settings and delivers online continuing education to clinicians of all specialties and disciplines to strengthen their care of patients living with serious illnesses.


The Instructional Design Program Manager is a contract position that will work closely with CAPC leadership, course authors, and other subject matter experts to develop a grant-funded online curriculum of e-learning courses focused on leadership skills development for health professionals. The grant project will run through July 2025, with the final deliverable being an online curriculum consisting of e-learning modules and other learning modalities that equip professionals to manage teams and navigate leadership challenges in the fields of palliative care and geriatrics. The Instructional Design Program Manager will work closely with curriculum authors and the grant project manager to translate content into best-in-class, interactive online learning for health professionals. This position will report directly to CAPC’s Chief Executive Officer. 


CAPC aims to uphold the values of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) both in the work we do on behalf of a diverse patient population, and in the makeup and functioning of a diverse organization. We are committed to recruiting and supporting an increasingly diverse group of staff and consultants that represents a constellation of perspectives and experiences, and we expect that all CAPC staff and consultants embrace our DEIB goals.


Roles and Responsibilities

· Use adult learning and e-learning best practices to create engaging online leadership training content for 

· Apply emerging instructional design trends and technologies to the development of the leadership curriculum

· Develop 15-20 online modules using Articulate Storyline

· Collaborate with subject matter experts early in development process to strategize around content design and delivery, including drafting potential interfaces and interactions

· Collaborate with course authors and subject matter experts to elicit, synthesize, and incorporate feedback on content flow and presentation

· Analyze learner feedback on CAPC educational content and recommend and/or implement needed changes determined in collaboration with Education Department leadership

· Partner with CAPC’s Continuing Education team to facilitate continuing education applications, and to ensure quality and best practice education strategy



· Five or more years of experience in instructional design

· Demonstrated experience with Articulate Storyline 

· Prior experience collaborating with consultants and subject matter experts

· Excellent written and verbal communication skills

· Superb project management skills and adept at managing multiple projects in parallel

· Thrives in an environment that requires flexibility and teamwork 


Contract Parameters

· CAPC is a division of the Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Care within the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, which is the contracting entity for CAPC consultants.

· CAPC anticipates the project will require 30h/week of instructional design time from the Spring of 2024 through July 2025 (including virtual meetings with authors and subject matter experts, and course development activities) 

· This consulting contract is completely remote; no travel is required


Benefits of Working with CAPC

· Mission-driven organization

· Collaborative and team-oriented environment

· Healthy remote work culture

Center to Advance Palliative Care