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- Full Time
As an instructional designer, you assist with identifying learning needs and take the lead to design, develop, and test, elearning and associated instructional materials. You develop learning solutions to support new initiatives and systems. You create and maintain curriculum that develops proficiency through engaging, interactive elearning.
• Leads the design and development of elearning courses and supporting instructional materials.
• Works with subject matter experts and uses source materials to develop instructional content and identify appropriate instructional methods.
• Creates design documents and storyboards to communicate instructional development plans to program managers, instructional developers, and subject matter experts.
• Develops elearning modules using text, graphics, animation, video, audio, and simulation elements.
• Sets up and conducts pilot testing to identify needed revisions to instructional materials.
• Solid understanding of adult learning theory and instructional design principles.
• Strong analytical, interviewing, research, organizational, and problem-solving skills.
• Works well under deadlines, self-starter, innovative
• Proficient with Articulate 360 and PhotoShop.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Graphic design and layout skills.
• Experience using InDesign is a plus.
• Experience in a retail organization is a plus.
• Bachelor's degree; a Master’s in Instructional Design, Adult Education, Corporate Training, Human Resource Development or other related field preferred.
• At least three years instructional design experience in a corporate setting.
• Experience creating instructional materials in all delivery formats is a must; samples of project work will be required.
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