The eLearning Specialist will create eLearning modules for members and staff in collaboration with subject matter experts. They will develop outlines, write video scripts, envision graphics, and then work with ALPA’s communications department to produce the final modules. The eLearning modules will cover a variety of subject areas including, but not limited to, financial, legal and other policy issues, business systems training and ALPA event information. Fully developed eLearning modules will typically be hosted on ALPA’s Learning Management System (LMS).
ALPA is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion in a safe workplace. We prohibit discrimination, harassment and harmful conduct of any kind based on race, colour, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity, disability, genetic information, pregnancy or other protected characteristics as set out in federal or provincial law. Everyone is highly valued and everyone is encouraged to apply, including minorities, veterans, and people with disabilities.
ALPA represents and advocates for more than 67,000 pilots at 39 US and Canadian airlines, making it the world’s largest airline pilot organization. ALPA provides three important services to its members: airline safety, security and pilot assistance; representation; and advocacy. Through unbiased and fact-based evaluations of airline safety and security issues, ALPA strives to ensure that the airline industry remains safe. ALPA represents the views of pilots to decision-makers, including Congress and federal agencies, and ALPA pilot groups have negotiated hundreds of contracts with airlines.