Instructional Designer

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posted by:
Kate Gottfried

Job Description:

​The Instructional Designer will be responsible for introducing new training ideas into the organization, adapt new ideas and converts them into approaches that meet training/regulatory challenges. Lead projects, identify scope and outcomes, motivate participants and lead project to conclusion. May oversee other instructors and their work. Work with supervisors/managers to develop plans, timetables and contingencies for performance improvement intervention. Participate in benchmarking and evaluates training effectiveness. Establishe measurement and evaluation designs and develops assessment instruments. Possible light management, team lead. 

This person will assist in the continued development of training programs that have been impacted with a recent transition to Salesforce.com as our primary system. Looking to have assistance with converting PPT decks into eLearnings/Gamification, development of additional eLearning resource guides, help with curriculum planning for the new roles in the pharmacy (e.g. order/type of training, certification assessments, etc…).

***Must have experience utilizing Captivate / Articulate Storyline or similar eLearning software.

***Must have experience in the designing and roll-out of training curriculum to a medium sized audience (~150 total users)

Assess the needs of the organization;
Design effective intervention strategies that improve individual and organizational performance;
Establish standards for training and performance assessment.
Conduct education needs assessment;
Develop curricula;
Consult and apply advanced instructional design;
Plan and design education/training material;
Train instructors;
Evaluate all aspects of entity training;
Assess impact of training on job performance;
Facilitate team interventions;
Participate in internal audits.

Education: BA/BS required.

Experience: 5 plus years of training/instructional design or related experience preferably in healthcare or other regulated field.

Key Competencies Required: Excellent project management capabilities, strong communication skills, strong conceptual abilities, and strong team orientation.