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Instructional Designer

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The Instructional Designer will oversee the creation and ongoing execution of the operational readiness programs, leading and coordinating the work of project leaders across the organization.
• Develop the Operational Readiness Framework and Methodology in alignment with Program Plan.
• Work closely with multiple independent organizations to develop and evaluate operational readiness.
• Work with SMEs to extract information and then create training modules from that information
• Establish a list of measureable critical success factors for the Operational Readiness execution.
• Coordinate the milestones and priorities of project teams within all phases of the program lifecycle.
• Design, develop and execute the central overall Operational Readiness Checklist.
• Manage and report on the project schedule, including updating of the project plan.

Qualifications:
• 3-5 years work related experience required.
• Experience in instructional design, including needs, learner, context, and task analyses.
• Experience in developing learning-centered, performance based learning programs for many different audiences in different environments.
• Broad experience developing learning programs for classroom and e-learning delivery.
• Experience working with clients, subject matter experts, and development team members to create learning programs that fit client needs.
• Must have strong communication skills, initiative and independence researching course needs of the target audience.
• Strong customer service orientation required.
• Strong knowledge of instructional design methodologies.
• Bachelor's degree in related field and Master's or other formal education in Instructional Design preferred.

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