Req. # 12035
Title: Instructional Designer
Location: St. Louis, MO
The Instructional Designer analyzes job tasks, work processes and learning needs of target audience to identify appropriate instructional strategies and define learning objectives. Key responsibilities include:
- Design and develop instructional materials (including instructor-led, CBT, eLearning, etc.) that address the needs of all learning styles.
- Design and develop assessments that measure mastery of course material and evaluate ability to perform job-related tasks. Analyze evaluation data and participate in reviews as part of the quality assurance process. Make recommendations and implement modifications necessary to ensure continuous improvement.
- Form relationships with internal and external clients to proactively identify performance gaps and offer the client potential solutions.
- Perform special assignments and participate on and /or lead project teams in which his/her knowledge and skills can be leveraged.
Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in education or communication, from an accredited college or university required.
Three or more years instructional design experience required. Training experience along with development and design of computer- or web-based training required.
Working knowledge of adult learning and instructional design principles, including e-learning, required. Must have excellent written and oral communications, interpersonal relationships, proactive problem solving, decision making, and the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects. Ability to work with tight deadlines required. Must be proficient using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Experience using graphics software or web-based training programs (e.g., Articulate, Captivate, Lectora, Illustrator, etc.) preferred. Utility experience preferred.