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Instructional Designer II

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SUMMARY: Responsible for designing comprehensive instructional systems and materials.

MAJOR JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Develops instructional materials for instructor led courses and at least one additional course delivery type.
• Conducts performance and instructional analysis for small and mid-sized projects.
• Develops and maintains instructional project plans for small and mid-sized projects.
• Evaluates instructional systems and materials. Conducts
• Train-the-Trainer events. Creates and/or edits graphical and auditory materials.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
• Requires a BA/BS degree in a related area, two years training and development experience, seven years total experience in training, health insurance or business experience, quality and/or other related areas, or any combination of education and experience, which would provide an equivalent background.
• Experience with designing or developing learning technology solutions. SKILLS: Knowledge of instructional systems design (ISD) and adult learning principles, including Criterion-Referenced Instruction methodology.
• Preferred: Performance Consulting or ISD certification.
• Certification on at least one advanced learning technology, CBT/WBT authoring tools, Robohelp, Front page, Captivate, etc. Some travel required.

Required skill sets, experiences, or methodologies:
• Camtasia, Quizmaker, Articulate.
• This is a very challenging project, and we need candidates with at least 5 years experience creating curriculum, participant guides, instructor guides, assessments for adult learners.
• Prior experience in healthcare/insurance is a plus. ADDIE model.
• Rapid ID.
• Experience in developing both instructor-led/classroom training and e-learning modules.
• Experience in a variety of training solutions including blended, virtual classroom, ILT, and web-based/eLearning. Strong technical writing skills.

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