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Instructional Designer

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Looking for an Instructional Designer to join our team. As an Instructional Designer, you will design, develop, launch, and maintain this top tech company's engineering education curriculum for our global Tech audience. You will also partner with stakeholders to deliver education for company-wide initiatives. You are also expected to quickly establish and maintain relationships/credibility with partners, identify needs/requirements, and manage multiple and potentially inconsistent sources of content.

Responsibilities:
- Collaborate with engineers to develop and organize training materials
- Analyze needs and design scalable learning solutions
- Identify learning and performance objectives
- Develop facilitator guides, content, and evaluation strategies
- Interpret evaluation data and suggest improvements based on feedback
- Develop and validate quantitative and qualitative assessments for learning programs
- Propose innovative learning solutions to solve organization needs
- Advocate for the student experience

Minimum Qualifications
- Intermediate level experience with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript*
- BA/BS in Education or related (e.g., teaching credential)
- Hands-on experience with technical topics or environments (e.g., programming, networking, front-end development, etc.)
- 5 years experience designing, developing, and delivering learning using multiple media
- Action-oriented understanding of instructional design methodologies, tools, and techniques
- Knowledge of learning format options and trade-offs
- Strong project management skills
- Excellent critical thinking and communication skills
- Experience with data-driven decision making
- Confidence with technical topics when working with SMEs

Preferred Qualifications
- Masters degree in Education, Instructional Design, Educational Technology, or related discipline
- Ability to create, review, edit, and deploy training materials
- Tolerance and enthusiasm for ambiguity and change
- Scrappy (e.g., be able to jump in and get your hands dirty, find the right balance between cost and quality to fit the need)

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