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Instructional Designer

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We are seeking an Instructional Designer for a 5-6 month project for one of our clients in the oil and gas business. Ideal candidates will have HSE and oil and gas background, however not a must.

The Instructional Designer will work with the Project Manager and Training Developer to create online learning modules and live web-based training sessions, instructor-led training guides, and supporting materials following an instructional design process. The Instructional Designer will use strong interpersonal, written, and visual communication skills to bring together text, images, video and audio to communicate and educate our clients’ employees, members, customers, and other stakeholders.

Essential Functions
Specific job tasks include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Define objectives for a course and/or curriculum.
• Outline the concept for a course or curriculum, defining (needs for) the course medium, content delivery, assessments, accompanying materials, and complementary learning approaches.
• Quickly synthesize and write course content based on input from subject matter experts, written material, previous training courses, interviews, etc.
• Use PowerPoint to draft screen layouts, graphics and interactions appropriate to the content.
• Write the audio script for each course and work with subject matter expert and voice talent to ensure proper pronunciation and style.
• Record temporary voice over for course draft.
• Design quizzes and meaningful course interactions to increase learning and retention.
• Work with the Instructional Developer, voiceover talent, video production, and graphics sources to produce draft and final versions of each course.
• Occasionally assist in production (graphics placement, animations, audio importing & editing)
• Work with subject matter experts and course sponsors to collect feedback and integrate it into the next course draft.
• Proof course at multiple stages of development and make or document required changes.
• Work with client personnel via email, phone, and in person to collect information needed to complete modules.
• Define project schedules and manage multiple projects simultaneously with the Instructional Developer. Keep track of project tasks and status using online project management software.
• Keep track of billable and non-billable hours and report them on a timely basis.
•Maintain client confidentiality.
•Complete various training, project management, and administrative tasks as needed.
• Participate in team brainstorming and strategy meetings to help define goals and direction.
• Keep up to date on learning tools, trends, and ideas.
• Write and edit newsletter articles or other publicity pieces.

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