Instructional Designer (Remote)
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Title: UX Instructional Designer for Accessibility
The Instructional Designer will work with Subject Matter Experts (SMES) to write technical materials for accessibility with a target audience of Engineers, to include outlines and storyboards, handoff for development to off-shore team with ID final review for accuracy.
To start 40 hours/week for the first month, after establishing design, writing style, process, ID will step away and be used for reviews, then 10 hours/week to meet timelines. The position is remote/virtual with an anticipated length of 6 months. Minimal travel could be required.
The pay rate is $50-$70/ hour based on skill level and experience.
- Minimum 4 years of e-learning/WBT/ILT Instructional Systems Design experience or a Bachelor's degree.
- Must be capable of designing technical training material with accessibility requirements for Engineers
- Experience writing learning and performance-based objectives
- Experience writing and organizing content to support learning objectives
- Experience applying the ADDIE model to course development in a professional/business environment
- Experience applying knowledge of commonly-used concepts practices and procedures within Instructional Design
- Excellent software skills in MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel
- Experience writing accessibility specifically targeted towards hearing impaired
- Technical Development Experience with software, systems, and hardware
- Ability to work with a diverse group of professionals, across multiple teams, to ensure project requirements are met
- Ability to plan and enhance initial and existing designs
- Experience organizing content using design principles
- Ability to develop solutions to problems of moderate scope and complexity
- Ability to multi-task and work on multiple projects
- Effectively works as a member of a cross-functional team to ensure training materials target training and business requirements, and meet all quality control standards
- Ability to organize and lay out content visually, including detailed graphic design instructions
- Excellent writing skills; (use of language, grammar, spelling, organizing content)
- Ability to research content and glean information from technical, soft skill, and business documentation, engineering personnel, or other technical subject matter experts
- Experience with learning management and learning content management systems
- Ability to work with Virtual team members
- A Bachelor's degree in Instructional Design, English, Education, or other relevant fields is required.
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