Instructional Design Associate
WHAT IS THE ROLE ABOUT?
The core mission of an Instructional Design Associate is paramount in the process of learning and development. They are tasked with the creation of learning experiences and materials in a manner that results in the acquisition and application of knowledge and skills. The discipline follows a system of assessing needs, designing a process, developing materials and evaluating their effectiveness.
WHAT WILL YOU DO?
- Learning Programs Analysis, Design, and Development
- Develops and designs courses and curricula.
- Edits and develops online learning materials.
- Creates learning experiences and environments.
- Designs learning activities, assignments, and assessments.
- Creates web-based training (WBT) modules and storyboards.
- Develops instructor’s manuals, rubrics, and other teaching tools.
- Collaborates with subject experts to develop course content.
- Manages online learning communities.
- Analyzes, updates, and refines existing online content.
- Trains instructors, students, and employees on how to use learning technologies.
- Facilitates discussion and collaboration.
- Keeps current on best practices in instructional design.
- Writes scripts for video and audio content.
- Understands and applies effective learning principles, theories, models, and strategies.
- Training Facilitation and Coordination
- Select appropriate training methods or activities (e.g. simulations, mentoring, on-the-job training, professional development classes).
- Oversees training files and trackers that include online or softcopy trackers, files, and more.
- Maintain updated curriculum database and training records.
- Manage and maintain in-house training facilities and equipment.
- Manage, maintain and update the company’s Learning Management System.
- Additional Duties:
- Perform other official work as instructed by the immediate supervisor/manager.
- Recommend and proactively implement opportunities for increased departmental efficiency.
- Extend work hours when needed.
- Marketing Materials assistance for the Multimedia Artist
WHAT SHOULD YOU HAVE?
- BS, BA, or higher degree in Instructional Design, Education, Psychology, or a related field
- Above average English verbal and written communication skills.
- Adept in MS tools especially PowerPoint
- Uses Authoring Tool in course creation
- Proficiency with Learning Management Systems
- Previous experience in instructional design
- Has an experience as a Trainer/Facilitator
- Has a strong drive for success and is willing to learn and improve.
- Strong interpersonal skills.
- Effective presentation skills.
- Ability to measure and assess employee training needs.
- Adequate knowledge of learning management software.
- Familiarity with traditional and modern training methods, tools, and techniques.
- Familiarity with talent management and succession planning.
- Ability to present complex information to a variety of audiences.
- Speed and flexibility in responding to the needs of the business.
- Highly organized and reliable.
- Hardworking and dynamic.