Company: Burnett Specialists
We are working with an incredible Fortune 500 healthcare corporation in Irving that is leading change in the sciences field and looking for an Instructional Designer for a newly created Informatics business unit. The company offers some rare perks like pension and cash profit sharing plan! In this role, you will have the opportunity to be part of a learning solution by applying instructional design and development principles and processes to produce effective, engaging and innovative training programs. As a member on this team, you will be able to tap your inner creativity and apply innovative strategies to developing Informatics training content in multiple formats; web-based tutorials, documented procedure, audio, video and simulations using various technology tools. So if you are creative, self-driven and having a passion for learning, then this is a great position for you.
The Instructional Designer is responsible for performing analysis, design, development and evaluation of instructional systems/design. Subject matter expert in instructional design models and adult learning principles and techniques. Build training content with input from technical subject matter experts. Partner with senior trainers to ensure successful planning and execution of training program.
Perform in-depth analysis to on job tasks and performance to determine training needs.
Define learning objectives, measures of student learning, learning materials design specifications, and learning impact (e.g. business results).
Design learning assets for multiple methods of delivery (instructor-led, web-based, etc.).
Develop training assets: create storyboards; web-based content; interactive activities; capabilities for multimedia delivery; instructional graphics and diagrams.
Utilize multiple systems and tools for asset development such as Articulate, Adobe Captivate, and PowerPoint.
Implement measures to track outcomes and ensure alignment to business objectives.
Collect information and feedback from internal/external stakeholders during the design process and content creation process.
Collaborate with trainers from start to finish – participate in development of training plan; assessing effectiveness of delivery method and content; and evaluating overall success of training efforts its impact.
Maintain accurate record of all documents, such as training content, and regularly review and update information.
Bachelor’s degree and 3-10 years of Instructional Designer experience.
Experience developing and deploying multiple methods of training (instructor led, on-the-job, web-based and media-supported training).
Experience in the sciences field is a huge plus!
Please send resume to Maggie Dunn at firstname.lastname@example.org