Instructional Designer II
This position is responsible for the design, development, and implementation of classroom and technology-based training programs. Working with members of the university community, this position assesses the training needs of the target audience, serves as a liaison between subject matter experts (SMEs) and technical experts to identify learning delivery needs and develop appropriate programs to address the needs of the target audience. Leads large projects by managing cross functional teams to develop new programs and courses.
Examples of Work
Job functions are specific duties that would be included in the essential functions of the job description. These functions are not all-inclusive nor do they cover the full extent of the duties performed.
- Conducts needs assessments, designs and develops appropriate classroom and technology-based training to meet organization and individual needs.
- Provides project leadership for large projects by establishing goals and monitoring progress to ensure successful completion. Provides advice and guidance for comprehensive learning and training programs including course/project scope, time line, materials, and course evaluation.
- Interviews subject matter experts or conducts other research to develop instructional content.
- Provides analytical support for the design and development of training curricula, learning strategies, educational policies, or courseware standards.
- Develops and designs learning aids including, but not limited to, instructional guides and web simulations to assist in the transfer of knowledge, skills, and abilities.
- Evaluates the effectiveness of training materials to ensure objectives are accomplished.
- May facilitate training classes or present training to faculty, staff, and students.
Education and Experience
Master’s degree in an appropriate area and two years of relevant experience; or a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization and four years of appropriate experience.
Licensure and Certification
This position does not typically have supervisory responsibility.
- Instructional Design
- Instructional Development
- Effective Communications
- Curriculum Design
- Accuracy And Attention To Detail
- Effective Presentations
- Adult Learning: Theory And Practice
- Multimedia Learning Systems
- Project Administration
- Distance Learning Technologies
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