|GENERAL SUMMARY:The Instructional Designer reports to the Global Training Manager and collaborates with the enrollment, marketing, and academic staff to address a variety of training needs.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Responsibilities include:
- Blend traditional learning approaches with existing and new technologies in order to create and deliver optimal enrollment training programs.
- Work with Subject Matter Experts to develop learning objectives and training content, and ensure that the information is current, accurate, and complete
- Prioritize, design, and train the trainer on programs and curricula.
- Develop training aligned with Enrollment’s goals and mission.
- Design and develop interactive learning content including learning objectives, simulation scenarios, graphical art/media, and valid/reliable assessments.
- Develop and maintain assessment processes that monitor and evaluate performance skills based on outcomes tied to organizational effectiveness.
- Maintain and revise materials developed as needed.
- Design training programs and topics that meet the needs of the organization and institutions.
- Develop, promote and maintain knowledge of adult learning theory and practice.
- Maintain current knowledge of emerging learning systems and current methodologies.
- Use the ADDIE model and innovative, immersive learning methodologies in curriculum design and development, as well as adult learning theory in course/curriculum design.
- Conduct training needs analysis to determine training objectives, instructional strategies, project scope.
- Deliver accurate, high-quality training courses and documentation within a specified timeline and through the application of best practices and standards.
- Determine the best visual communication layout and design for training materials in order to enhance the learning and development of employees.
- Perform quality checks on all deliverables for content accuracy and effectiveness; demonstrate ownership of all instructional materials.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
- BA degree in Instructional Design, Organizational Development, Education or related Business discipline; Master’s degree preferred.
- 2-4 years previous instructional design experience required.
- Excellent leadership, communication, team participation, team building, and human relation skills.
- Ability to work with individuals from diverse cultural and professional backgrounds in a collaborative manner
- Ability to creatively solve problems.
- Ability to write effectively in both business and academic styles.
- Experience with distance learning preferred.
- Familiar with instructional system design models, such as ADDIE.
- Experience with story boarding creation and review process.