Management Concepts Instructional System Designer in Atlanta, Georgia

Instructional System Designer

Location: Atlanta, GA

Job Code: 1037

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The Instructional Systems Designer is responsible for designing, developing, implementing and updating content with a focus on learning experiences to address company and client needs.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Be able to articulate and lead the instructional design process

Sequence learning events and organize course content

Select teaching strategies using appropriate models, and develop story boards.

Identify task that can be efficiently and effectively supported by job or skill performance aids.

Develop learning maps and perform learning analyses from the initial training levels through the operating levels of tasks or jobs.

Develop finished products including lesson plans, training texts, programmed texts, or computer assisted instruction using Storyline II.

Update and revise products as necessary to maintain currency

Design and develop content and learning experiences for a variety of audiences and delivery methods including instructor led and digital delivery

Work on multiple projects simultaneously

Manage Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to develop learning content

Consult with clients during the course development process

Instructional Program Evaluation: Use such techniques as: needs analysis; statistical validation of test; comparative studies of the progress of various categories or students; and observations of instructional methods including the use of training devices, equipment and facilities.

Necessary Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

Knowledge and application of instructional design industry standards and best practices

Knowledge and application of adult learning theory

Experience leading instructional design teams and projects

Experience developing content for different modalities (e.g., instructor-led, eLearning, virtual training)

Strong technical and creative writing skills

Strong interpersonal, communication, and relationship building skills

Creative problem-solving skills

Organizational and planning skills

Ability to work independently or with little direction, when required

Experience consulting with clients (internal or external) to understand needs and development goals

Strong computer skills, including Windows, Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel), SharePoint and Adobe Acrobat

Documented experience using Storyline II Computer Based Training development software.

Education & Experience:

Formal training in instructional design required

Bachelor’s with specialization in instructional design, adult education, or a related field. Master’s degree preferred.

3-5 years of experience designing and developing participant-centered, applied learning solutions

Experience using Storyline II and other learning technology tools and applications a plus

EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled

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