Russell Tobin and Associates is currently hiring an Instructional Designer for our Fortune 500 Client. Apply today for consideration!
Duration: Till 01/2022
Roles and Responsibilities:
- The RE Learning & Development (L&D) team is looking for a customer-obsessed, detail oriented Instructional Designer. The ideal candidate wants to find out “how stuff works” and deliver this knowledge across a variety of platforms while driving process improvements within our fast-paced, growing organization.
- You will create and continuously improve learning experiences using an array of approaches that engage audiences and drive high-impact learning.
- You will be responsible for developing high-quality training content in the following formats: process documentation, interactive e-learning, video scripts, instructor-led content, virtual classroom design, tool kits, study guides, and simulations.
The role requires an individual who can innovate, move quickly, and not be constrained by how things have been done before. The role also requires deep collaboration with process SMEs and senior Instructional Designers. We are looking for an individual who thrives on empowerment and accountability.
- A bachelor’s degree, or equivalent experience.
- 1+ years of experience designing learning programs and instructional content
- Experience using e-learning authoring software such as Adobe captivate, Articulate storyline and graphic design tools such as photo shop or Adobe CC illustrator.
- Comprehensive knowledge and proven application of instructional theories and principles in both on-line and classroom learning.
- Proven competence using a LMS such as Cornerstone.
- Deliver high-quality content that is accurate, complete, usable, discoverable, and conforming to the style guide.
- Master’s degree in Instructional Design, Education, or related field
- Certification on relevant authoring tools.
- Operate in new domains with little direction, be a self-starter, and handle ambiguity.
- Experience (or interest) in visual and user experience design and information architecture.
- A canine companion.