As an Instructional Designer, you will be responsible for the development of a curriculum to educate sales organization. The Instructional Designer works closely with cross-functional partners and SMEs to produce high quality, consistent course materials that support established learning outcomes, and elevate employee competencies.
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We are looking for an instructional designer who is ideas-driven, comes from a teaching or training background, and is passionate about making learning an invigorating and empowering experience. Instructional designers can expect to work with subject matter experts, a diverse range of formats, and multimedia production platforms. Other responsibilities include developing objectives, rewriting and reshaping content, and developing assessments.
Successful instructional designers should have a firm grasp of how people learn, and excellent web design, writing, communication and collaboration skills. Ideally, the perfect candidate should also have experience in managing projects and a working knowledge of basic graphic design.
The Instructional Designer works under the direction of the Instructional Design Team Lead and is responsible for developing and maintaining course curricula and supporting training materials. They will participate during workflow analysis & design and with Subject Matter Experts to ensure congruity between system design and lessons plans. Responsible for building, testing, and maintaining the training environment, maintaining policy and procedure documentation related to training, conducting training for new staff, and coordinating training for software upgrades and updates. Assists in development and communication of the training schedule.
We're looking for an Instructional Designer to join the team. In this role, you will create and maintain a broad set of technical training content designed for our employees.
You will work closely with Program Managers, peer Instructional Designers, Learning Admins, subject matter experts, and partners to analyze, design, develop, implement, evaluate and maintain dozens of highly engaging and effective learning experiences.
We are currently seeking a talented individual to join the team as an Instructional Designer. The Instructional Designer will implement theory and research processes to design, develop, and implement accessible learning materials, working with faculty to structure content, activities, and assessments, based on research-identified best practices to meet identified learning outcomes.
The Instructional Designer is responsible for designing, developing, maintaining, and updating training deliverables. This includes microlearning courses, infographics, VILT, ILT, eLearning, user guides, tutorials, and other training as needed. The primary responsibility of the Instructional Designer is to produce engaging training interventions and learning solutions at the appropriate cognitive level for learners.
The Instructional Designer is responsible for creating or assisting in the purchase of learning materials that help develop the talents. This position designs and develops solutions that drive business performance across the enterprise. Responsible for developing learning materials across assigned business.
We are looking for a professional Instructional Designer to design and develop learning, practice, and assessment materials. The goal is to create effective and engaging learning materials that facilitate learners in acquiring knowledge, skills, and competencies.
This position is responsible for the process and procedural documentation, project management of assigned projects and initiatives requested by the business. The position will also be responsible for the research and needs analysis required in the development of the content.