The Instructional Designer’s (ID) primary responsibility is to ensure the on-time production of engaging, easy to use, fully functional online courses to provide an outstanding learning experience for the student.
A key component of the Instructional Designer (ID) role is to build positive and productive relationships with faculty and subject matter experts in order to successfully partner with and guide them through the process of converting curricular content into an online or blended course format. The ID works as part of a team of instructional designers, digital media producers, and others responsible for online and blended course or program design, development, delivery, and evaluation using best practices in online pedagogy and instructional design.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
- The on-time production, development and delivery of high-quality online courses using the most effective and appropriate technology and media paired with best practices in online instructional design and pedagogy.
- Support online learning and innovation team’s commitment to excellence by continually identifying ways to improve online and blended learning experiences, courses and overall program; participates in learning opportunities to ensure continual course improvement.
- Ensure high quality student learning experience as course is conducted.
Communicates and collaborates effectively with internal and external peers and colleagues.
Bachelor’s degree required; master’s preferred
Experience and/or formal education in adult learning pedagogy, instructional design, educational technology, etc. expected
3-5 years of instructional design experience required
Demonstrated expertise in online/web-based or media-rich curriculum/content design, development and delivery required
Teaching experience preferred
Superior organizational skills and attention to detail
Ability to successfully manage multiple projects at once
Strong writing, oral, and instructional communications skills
Strong reporting, briefing and demonstration abilities
Ability to develop congenial and productive relationships in order to work effectively with others
Time management skills, the ability to work both independently and as part of a group
Excellent interviewing, listening, and interpretation skills
Ability to perform analysis and seek solutions for continuous improvement
Problem solving skills
Ability to understand and operate in complex campus environment, and create a professional network across campus offices
Technical skills, including: learning management systems, web tools and resources, flash/video/audio/imaging tools, basic desktop software including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, calendaring, project management tools.
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