Robert Half The Creative Group Instructional Designer in Dunwoody, Georgia
Robert Half, The Creative Group, is hiring an Instructional Designer for a contract position in the Dunwoody, Georgia area. If interested, please apply with your resume and attached portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org The Instructional Designer/Developer reports to the Senior Instructional Designer/Developer. The Instructional Designer/Developer works with the Learning and Performance Solutions team on the design and development of learning solutions that meet business and performance needs. Candidates will: Partner with Performance Consultants, the Learning team, and subject-matter-experts (SME) on the assessment, design and development of training or instructional materials Validate design scope and requirements for new projects. Prepare clear learning objectives that reflect the required performance and meet the business objectives. Follow industry standard (ADDIE) or (SAM) instructional design practices in the creation of all content and materials. Follow established 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. Develop conceptual design documents, detailed design documents, storyboards, project plans, timelines, and issue/resolution logs. Consult with SMEs and other key partners to create instructor led, self-study, and/or online instructional content that effectively engages the learner. Own the design and production of all training and eLearning content such as: Design, collect, and edit graphics; build all graphic layout and navigation in an instructionally sound and highly interactive format. Engage power users, SMEs, and facilitators for end user testing; incorporate feedback. Participate in the transition of learning content from the design/development phase to the Delivery Leads and/or Facilitators. Partner with the Learning team on the ongoing process of updating and sustaining existing course content
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Req ID: 00900-9501193732
Functional Role: Instructional Systems Designer
Postal Code: 30346
Compensation: $35.00 to $40.00 per hour
Requirements: Undergraduate degree in instructional design, or related field required. A minimum of two years of experience designing and developing instructor led and eLearning materials. Knowledge and adherence to industry standard instructional design practices, e.g., ADDIE. Proven experience using traditional authoring and development tools such as Articulate Storyline 2, Captivate. Photo, audio and video editing skills using Adobe Creative Suite. Strong interpersonal, presentation, and facilitation skills. Demonstrated ability to apply principles of adult learning, learning styles, and various instructional design techniques to learning content. Demonstrated ability to identify end user needs, analyze and logically organize complex information, and accurately transform complex bodies of information into detail oriented, engaging, and effective learning content. Strong graphic design and eLearning development 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. Customer Focus: Demonstrated ability to meet multiple demands and customer needs using a variety of methods and best practices while incorporating customer feedback. Collaboration: Demonstrated ability to collaborate in a matrix organization taking direction and support from multiple organizations and levels of leadership.