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Instructional Designer

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In this job you will take ownership of the instructional design and production of education materials to ensure quality deliverables. Participate in the entire instructional lifecycle including designing, developing, testing, and measuring the effectiveness of training programs and track record of delivery on objectives and impact at scale. Need to be fluent in current and emerging adult learning theory and how it is put into practice in corporate learning. Consult with Program Managers on appropriate learning solutions, conducts needs analysis and develop all support and evaluation plans. Create learning solutions for multiple delivery methods including instructor-led, hands-on lab sessions, web-based, and blended instruction. Perform ongoing analysis of training programs and performance trends to ensure objectives remain at the front of the field. Manage the relationship and development of content with key subject matter experts

Requirements:
-Experience in successfully designing, developing, delivering and improving high-quality learning solutions including web-based learning technologies/webinar delivery.
-Excellent communication and facilitation skills: Demonstrated ability to communicate complex concepts concisely and clearly.
-Able to multi-task and advance activities across multiple concurrent work streams.
-Clear understanding of business needs and sensitivity to differences across various groups (functions, regions, vendors, roles, etc).
-Ability to build relationships and collaborate across functions and levels.
-Persistence to iterate, refine and improve constantly.
-Strong organizational skills and the ability to pay close attention to detail while handling multiple, simultaneous projects under deadline pressure.
-Creative problem-solving skills, strong business acumen, an understanding of group and corporate dynamics.
-Fluent in current and emerging adult learning theory and how it is put into practice in corporate learning.
-Command of learning frameworks such as Adaptive Learning, ADDIE, CCAF, or a rapid learning development
approach and experience with multiple authoring tools such as Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline and Camtasia.
-Video and creative design skills highly preferred and experience with video production tools such as Adobe Premiere.
-Experience creating learning solutions supporting customer service, call center and frontline field employees a huge plus.
-Minimum 3-5 years of experience in Instructional Design.

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