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Instructional Designer
Atlanta, Georgia  

We have a Contract position for "Instructional Designer" with one of our direct clients in Atlanta, Georgia for initial contract duration of  4+ months. No third party candidates considered for this position. US citizens and all those authorized to work in the US are encouraged to apply.

Job Description

Job Description:

Primary Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Partner with Learning Partners, Boundary Partners, and Subject-Matter-Experts (SME) to identify and translate key tasks, processes, skills, and knowledge into a training solution that builds the insights and skills required to help our team members achieve defined success targets.
  • Develop conceptual design documents, detailed design documents, storyboards, project plans, timelines, and issue/resolution logs.
  • Own the design and production of all training content such as: Instructor Led and self-paced courses, technical documentation, help systems or training manuals, workbooks, presentations, practice exercises, case studies, simulations, job aids, testing, CBTs, demos, videos, SOPs, testing environments, SharePoint websites and other multimedia.
  • Develop Instructor Led Training, online remote training, online self-paced training, training videos, quick reference guides as well as other creative training materials.
  • Design assessments and other evaluation tools including but not limited to knowledge checks and quizzes.
  • Validate design scope and requirements for new projects.
  • Prepare clear learning objectives that reflect the required performance and meet the business objectives.
  • Ability to apply various design methodologies such as the industry standard (ADDIE) model, Agile/Rapid instructional design practices in the creation of all content and materials.
  • Follow established templates, documentation and content standards to ensure a consistent end-user experience, i.e., the look and feel of materials, templates, processes, technology tools, and translation, etc.
  • Produce innovative training solutions with a view towards continuous improvement.

Required Skills

Required Experience (minimum):

  • Undergraduate degree in instructional design, or related field required.
  • 5+ years’ experience designing and developing learning materials.
  • Program Management skills; ability to lead large, complex projects or multiple projects simultaneously.Demonstrated ability to apply principles of adult learning, learning styles, and various instructional design techniques to learning content.
  • Effective Communication skills including using appropriate language and grammar in written and verbal interactions; conveys clear written messages in learning content that is organized and easy to follow.
  • Strong interpersonal, presentation, and facilitation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to meet multiple demands and customer needs using a variety of methods and best practices while incorporating customer feedback.
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate and work in a matrix organization taking direction and support from multiple organizations and levels of leadership.
  • Demonstrated ability to identify end user needs, analyze and logically organize complex information, and accurately transform complex bodies of information into professional, engaging, and effective learning programs.
  • Strong graphic design and CBT capabilities; ability to develop storyboards, edit graphics and video, and build the layout and navigation in an instructionally sound format.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
  • Demonstrated ability to use web-based applications for collaboration and facilitation, e.g., WebEx, Skype, social media sites, etc.
  • Proven experience using traditional authoring and development tools such as Articulate and Captivate.
  • Photo, audio and video editing skills using Adobe Creative Suite or similar tools.


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