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Contract Opportunities with Extended Education

Current contract opportunities with Extended Education:

Content Provider: Agile Business Analysis

Extended Education is seeking a subject matter expert to provide content for development of a new course, Agile Business Analysis.
Contractor RequirementsA minimum of five years’ experience working in Business Analysis using Agile methodologies. An undergraduate degree or a suitable combination of post-secondary education and experience, and have working knowledge of BABOK and the concepts presented within it. Certification with IIBA©, experience in the development of courses and/or teaching and excellent writing skills.
Terms of Contract
Start date: May 8, 2019
End date: July 19, 2019
Contract amount:$6,400
The Content Provider will work with the Design and Production team, which includes the instructional designer and production team. One meeting/virtual meeting with a program consultant will take place. Required deliverables by the date specified include: a course outline, a course blueprint with unit-by-unit learning outcomes, a production plan, a course schedule, an assessment overview and individual assessments, as well as the course content comprising the units for online and face-to-face delivery of the course.
Course Information:The Agile Business Analysis course will be 18 contact hours and will explore Agile’s emergence in 2001, how the methodology has evolved and its increasing use by business analysts. Additional topics include the use of Agile to identify and describe requirement and acceptance criteria, model desired product features and functions and work collaboratively across organizations and teams.
Contact:To express your interest in this opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter to Sarah Chan (sarah.chan@umanitoba.ca). We thank all interested individuals; however, only those advancing in the contracting process will be contacted.

Content Provider: Business Case Development Project

Extended Education is seeking a subject matter expert to provide content for development of a new course, Business Case Development Project.
Contractor RequirementA minimum of five years’ experience working in Business Analysis with expertise in business case development. An undergraduate degree or a suitable combination of post-secondary education and experience, and working knowledge of BABOK and the concepts presented within it. Certification with IIBA©, experience in the development of courses and/or teaching, and excellent writing skills.
Terms of Contract
Start date: June 19, 2019
End date: August 30, 2019
Contract amount:$6,400
The Content Provider will work with the Design and Production team, which includes the instructional designer and production team. One meeting/virtual meeting with a program consultant will take place. Required deliverables by the date specified include: a course outline, a course blueprint with unit-by-unit learning outcomes, a production plan, a course schedule, an assessment overview and individual assessments, as well as the course content comprising the units for online and face-to-face delivery of the course.
Course Information:This capstone course will be 18-contact hours and entails the application of knowledge and skills developed in preceding courses. Students will analyze business problems, develop effective recommendations and solutions and package and present them in the form of a business case.
Contact:To express your interest in this opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter to Sarah Chan (sarah.chan@umanitoba.ca). We thank all interested individuals; however, only those advancing in the contracting process will be contacted.

Content Provider: Special Topics: Business Analysis IT

Extended Education is seeking a subject matter expert to provide content for development of a new course, Special Topics: Business Analysis IT.
Contractor RequirementA minimum of five years’ experience working in Business Analysis with expertise in the area of Information Technology. An undergraduate degree or a suitable combination of post-secondary education and experience, and working knowledge of BABOK and the concepts presented within it. Certification with IIBA©, experience in the development of courses and/or teaching and excellent writing skills.
Terms of Contract
Start date: May 29, 2019
End date: August 9, 2019
Contract amount:$6,400
The Content Provider will work with the Design and Production team, which includes the instructional designer and production team. One meeting/virtual meeting with a program consultant will take place. Required deliverables by the date specified include: a course outline, a course blueprint with unit-by-unit learning outcomes, a production plan, a course schedule, an assessment overview and individual assessments, as well as the course content comprising the units for online and face-to-face delivery of the course.
Course Information:The Special Topics: Business Analysis IT course will be 18 contact hours and will provide an introduction to the field of information technology (IT) and how IT intersects with business and management professions. As a Special Topics course, the topics addressed will vary according to current trends and events, and instructor expertise. Topics could include: internet architecture, network management and security, application and web development, database management, big data, data analytics, data mining, data modelling, predictive analytics, machine learning, software development and testing, business intelligence, business productivity tools, cloud computing and the Internet of Things.
Contact:To express your interest in this opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter to Sarah Chan (sarah.chan@umanitoba.ca). We thank all interested individuals; however, only those advancing in the contracting process will be contacted.

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Submitted materials, including letters of reference, will be handled in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Manitoba). Please note that resumes may be provided to participating members of the selection process.