- Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology, Human Resources or other relevant course work
- Expertise in learning design systems (e.g. Articulate, Vyond, etc.)
- Strong knowledge of AWS products (S3, RedShift, etc.)
- Familiarity with xAPI, SCORM, LMS and In-App Learning Technologies.
- Building a UI from scratch with code that is modular, scalable, optimized, reusable, secured and easily maintainable.
The HR Regional Center (HRRC) Instructional Designer provides creative and technical expertise by building interactive and engaging learning solutions to support the goals of the Global HRRC organization. The Instructional Designer possess a deep understanding of learning systems and design principles involved in creating innovative interactive solutions. The Instructional Designer enables our team to design and execute on the creation of great digital learning experiences rather than just imagine them – leading to more innovative, intuitive and compelling user experiences.
This position can be located in Nashville, Seattle, Phoenix, or Arlington, VA.
The Instructional Designer plays a key role in the work of the Global HRRC Quality, Learning and Talent (QLT) teams by developing learning solutions and demonstrating a breadth and depth of knowledge in the following areas:
- Collaborate with internal stakeholders and customers in understanding and implementing solutions for use in a variety of learning interventions
- Work with the team to effectively use Learning Management Systems (LMS), AWS services and technologies to store and implement learning solutions, plus track data that can be used to evaluate and enhance learning programs
- Recognize and champion best practices in Instructional Design Technology: inform design based on knowledge of the delivery platform; appropriately implement simulations, video and audio; prototype solutions for generative inputs; ask the right questions at the start of a project and clearly communicate and share results
- Keep current on emerging learning technologies to drive future learning initiatives and programs
- Lead projects through the design lifecycle from scoping, research and analysis, design, development and launch
- Be the voice of the learner to ensure that their needs are at the forefront of the design and implementation of learning material
- Act as the subject matter expert to build templates in which learning coordinators can follow as they act as the conduit between the ID and subject matter experts
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- Experience in a highly dynamic work environment; able to adapt to changing business needs.