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Technical Instructional Designer

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The Technical Instructional Designer will work with Managers and other trainers to identify specific business needs and to propose training solutions.

Day to day activities may include:
• Applies an Instructional Design Methodology.
• Assesses the needs of target audiences, which is usually Systems Administrators.
• Designs, develops, writes and maintains course materials (i.e. slides, handouts, courseware, lab instructions, lab solutions) for courses that emphasize the tasks necessary to perform duties.
• Works with subject matter experts (SMEs) and external technical trainers to present or incorporate their expertise into various types of training.
• Generally, works independently, in a team environment and is required to meet strict deadlines.
• May attend virtual daily meetings where they will work with the team and Subject Matter Experts to make plans for the day.
• Tasks such as reviewing large bodies of content and working to focus it in different ways to make the content effective to meet objectives.
• Spend time poring over content to ensure it meets the objectives and using their instructional design experience to take written word documents and break it out into more interactive mediums.

The ideal candidate may have:
• Experience researching technology related information.
• Maintains awareness of external seminars and training plus literature on available programs.
• Able to work with multiple deliverables
• Technical writing expertise may require ability to write to an international audience.
• 2-5+ years experience in the industry developing training, curriculum design, training roadmap development
• Familiarity working with Microsoft Office, specifically Word and PowerPoint
• Prior training development experience
• Experience with curriculum design

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