Posted in Education 30+ days ago.
The Instructional Designer is responsible for designing, developing, implementing, and updating content with a focus on learning experiences to address company and client needs.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Be able to articulate and lead the instructional design process.
Be the teammate everyone wants on their team.
Create memorable learning events that are sustainable.
Be a learning advisor to our customers both internal and external.
Update and revise products as necessary to maintain currency.
Design and develop content and learning experiences for a variety of audiences and delivery methods including instructor-led and digital delivery.
Work on multiple projects simultaneously
Manage Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to develop learning content.
Identify changes in regulatory guidance, industry standards, and applicable external benchmarks and how they impact course materials.
Consult with clients during the course development process.
Be able to articulate what the learner’s (customer) experience means to you as a designer.
Be able to articulate what constitutes a quality learning product.
Be a problem solver not a problem creator.
Challenge the status quo.
Share information about new learning approaches and changes in the industry
Take ownership in making our company the best place ever to work.
Necessary Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Knowledge and application of instructional design industry standards and best practices
Knowledge and application of adult learning theory
Experience leading instructional design teams and projects
Experience developing content for different modalities (e.g., instructor-led, eLearning, virtual training)
Strong technical and creative writing skills
Strong interpersonal, communication, and relationship building skills.
Creative problem-solving skills.
Organizational and planning skills
Ability to work independently or with little direction, when required.
Experience consulting with clients (internal or external) to understand needs and development goals.
Strong computer skills, including Windows, Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel), SharePoint and Adobe Acrobat
Knowledge of web conferencing platform and digital authoring tools a plus
Education & Experience
Bachelors with specialization in instructional design, adult education, or a related field.
1-5 years experience in Instructional Design Experience
Willing to obtain a Public Trust Clearance.
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