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Instructional Designer

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The Instructional Designer is charged with providing consulting services and conducting analysis for developing learning solutions , as well as prescribing, designing and developing them. The Instructional Designer reports directly to the Design and Development Manager and has no direct reports. Serves as the key connection point between the Learning & Performance Solutions team, (i.e., Learning Consultant, Measurement Consultant and Instructional Tech Designer) and business partners during learning solution analysis, design, and development.
The Instructional Designer is responsible for determining the learning solution and components, based on business need, which address knowledge/performance gaps of the target audience. Primary role is to analyze, prescribe, and design appropriate learning solutions employing instructional technologies and modalities including but not restricted to Web Based Training (WBT), Instructor Led Learning (ILT) (virtual and classroom), Electronic Performance Support (EPS) (on-line and paper-based references), and video. The Instructional Designer, working with the Measurement Consultant, develops evaluation criteria items that measure the effectiveness of each learning solution and the impact on the organization of learning solutions. The Instructional Designer assists the Learning Solutions management team in driving increased efficiencies in learning solution development. This Instructional Designer will support Global Learning in its drive to become the most admired Learning organization in the world. 3 years experience designing, developing, and implementing training programs; 3 years of training and curriculum development experience in multiple delivery methods (ILT, WBT, structured writing practices, etc.). Bachelors Degree in Instruction Design discipline preferred, but not required. Candidates with no previous work experience will only be considered if they hold a Bachelors Degree in Instruction Design.

Each JS submitted to this JP must meet or exceed the following minimum requirements:
(1) Bachelors Degree with relevant prior work experience
(2) Basic ID skills and background, formal training/understanding of foundations of instructional design, translates business needs into viable solutions, experience in scoping, resourcing, and accurately estimating needs, established business acumen for LOB supporting, history of relationship building and influencing
(3) Minimum 3-4 years experience designing, developing, and implementing training programs
(4) Minimum 3-4 years of training and curriculum development experience in multiple delivery methods
(5) Expert tool user for creating learning plans (MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel)
(6) Must be a fast learner and thrive in a fast paced environment.
(7) Excellent communication skills - both written and verbal

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