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In an instructional design job, you help develop curriculum for educational courses. You can often find this job title with corporations that need a new employee training program. While you may find a position in traditional education, schools typically use titles like “curriculum developer.” Your duties can change based on the job, but especially in remote roles, you often design courses to be taken online. Telecommute roles are fairly common in this field, but you typically need a bachelor’s degree and some experience with educational technology to qualify.
To succeed as an online instructional designer, you need communication skills and an in-depth knowledge of instructional techniques. Current job offerings include Remote Instructional Designer, Telecommute Instructional Designer, and Remote IT Instructional Designer.
What You Will Have. Competencies: Ability to design education and training solutions. Knowledge of adult learning principles. Strong project management skills. Basic data analysis and evaluation skills. Expertise in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat.
Recommend solutions to meet ADA accessibility requirements for instructional materials. Assist faculty with integrating active/engaged learning strategies into online course design. Required Skills: Master’s in InstructionalDesign, Instructional Technology, Education, or related field.
Designing and developing text and graphics. Independently creating development timelines. Qualifications for this position include: Bachelor's degree or certificate in InstructionalDesign. 3+ years experience in training and development or instructionaldesign.
Designing digital and instructor-led learning content. Providing direct input regarding existing eLearning tools. Applicants must meet the following qualifications: 5+ years work experience in InstructionalDesign and Project Management.
Some of the key job functions: Lead projects through the design lifecycle from scoping, research and analysis, design, development, and launch; providing clear timelines through all phases, communicating with key partners, and selecting appropriate measurement for successful implementation;
Determining course content and design structure. Must meet the following requirements for consideration: 3+ years of experience in InstructionalDesign or Curriculum Development. Experience developing a course outline, storyboards, eLearning production notes.
A staffing agency is filling a position for a Telecommute Technology InstructionalDesigner. Core Responsibilities Include: Supporting users on new applications, modules, and functionality. Participating in the maintenance of training materials. Acting as a liaison to the vendor.
Performs analyses, designs and develops learning curriculum to improve performance of USAA employees. Assesses the learning outcomes that need to be developed, understands the performance expectations and gaps, and assists in deriving the appropriate learning solution.