CPD Learning Design Strategist

American Academy of Family Physicians - Leawood, Kansas - Full time


This position will involve working with faculty and staff to design and develop courses to support strategic initiatives that meet performance gaps, build new capabilities and enhance the learning experience. The successful candidate will possess an in-depth understanding of instructional design concepts related to teaching and learning in synchronous, asynchronous and blended courses as well as experience using a wide range of hardware and software tools to develop instructional materials. The ideal candidate will possess an understanding of the CME environment, the healthcare environment, pertinent regulations and compliance guidelines. The CPD Learning Strategist will join a team that works collaboratively to support the mission of AAFP Continuing Medical Education.

Other duties and work as assigned.

HOURS: Monday - Friday

Additional hours as needed

TRAVEL: Possible 10 days of travel annually


An advanced degree and experience in Continuing Medical Education, Adult Learning Theory, Curriculum Theory, Performance/Quality Improvement Education, Educational Research Methods, Healthcare, and/or Project Management is strongly preferred. Experience developing education programs using ADDIE, Agile or other instructional design processes from start to finish. Ability to develop presentation materials and present to various audiences; and excellent communication skills required.

The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, self-directed, and adaptable.


External candidates: To express interest in this position, please apply https://aafp.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/AAFP_Careers

Minorities are encouraged to apply. We thank all respondents for their interest in AAFP.

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Higher Ed Instructional Designer

Experience Level

Mid Level

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