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John R. Stone, Jr. eLearning ID Project Manager Bloomsburg, PA 17815 (570) 441-1994 www.linkedin.com/in/johnrstonejr email@example.com Education M.S., Instructional Technology, Bloomsburg University B.S., Music Education, Mansfield University Professional Skills Schedule and performance driven manager with passion for organization and accuracy Experience with team building, government contracts, and building strategic partnerships Over twenty-five years of experience in education and training development Experience following SOPs, working with Learning Management Systems (LMS) Experience writing needs analysis, task analysis, storyboards, knowledge reviews, test questions, behavioral objectives, documentation, scheduling, and budgeting Qualifications Instructional Design Technology Development Organizational Development Web Authoring Tools Project Management Employee Supervision Subcontract Management Client and SME Interaction Professional Experience Leaders in eLearning ID Project Management Founder 2013 - Present Attending networking events Researching Industry Leaders Tracking Industry Trends Participating in Industry Discussions MountainTop Technologies, Inc. Project Manager 2006 - 2012 This position as a Project Manager was to provide leadership and direction to the project team, serve as the company’s point of contact with the customer, assure product was consistent with the terms of contract, and that financial and business growth objectives were being achieved. Other duties: Supervise development teams up to 18 members, including graphic designers, instructional designers, and programmers of varying seniority Define performance goals, supervise on a daily basis, and conduct annual reviews Conduct project meetings and assist clients, in order to establish goals and objectives for projects and ensure that projects stayed within the scope of the negotiated contract Page 1 of 3 John R. Stone, Jr. 570-441-1994 Use experience in designing web-based training and multimedia products to assist team members with Dreamweaver, Adobe Flash, Articulate Storyline, Unity 3D, Lightwave, and other web authoring tools Responsible for resource allocation, budget forecasts, PMPs, and project closeout Present abstracts (as Principal Investigator) for several medical/simulation conferences, including Medicine Meets Virtual Reality, Medbiquitous Annual Conference, and the Society for Simulation in Healthcare Projects included Forensic Dental Identification, Flight Nurse Training on various aircraft, and a game-like simulation on Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief for the Air Force Medical Service. Instructional Systems Designer 2003 - 2006 As Instructional Systems Designer and Project Lead, there was responsibility to develop a wide range of training and education products, predominantly in medical subject areas and to follow SME approved SOPs. Other duties: Led creation, design, and development of instructor-led, performance-simulation, and web- based training Duties included defining, planning, and organizing training; developing scripts; drafting storyboards; collaborating with subject matter experts (SME), graphic artists, and web developers; conducting internal and external testing of training on various LMSs Assisted management with functions, such as managing schedules, cost, and quality of instructional projects Ensured that planning, tracking, and oversight activities are performed appropriately and that the software products delivered by the subcontractor satisfy the acceptance criteria (also work with subs to manage their product and process interfaces) Some of the projects included a course that produced 56 CBRNE units, an Air Management course with embedded simulation, and a web-based simulation on peripheral nerve blocks for the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) for deployment on Army and Air Force Learning Management Systems. MERCK Manufacturing Division – Riverside, PA Internship 2003 - 2003 Duties included converting several individual standup training sessions into a single 8- module web-based training program on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), assisting other trainers, worked with SME on developing content for these modules, using digital photography, digital video and Flash to help make the program more user interactive PPE course was submitted to corporate office for placement on company’s learning management system (LMS) as required training Page 2 of 3 John R. Stone, Jr. 570-441-1994 References Arlene Williams, Director of Operations - MountainTop Technologies, Inc. Johnstown, PA 814-244-1591, firstname.lastname@example.org. David Angeletti, Director, Integrated Security Programs – Abacus Technology Johnstown, PA, 814-244-4606, email@example.com. Richard Goldman, Business Planning Management Consultant Johnstown, PA, 814-535-3115, firstname.lastname@example.org Angela Nichols, Associate Director, Learning & Development - Adayana Indianapolis, IN, 317-415-0659, email@example.com. Page 3 of 3
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