E-Learning Instructional Designer
Designing Digitally, Inc. - Franklin, OH

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In-House Hourly Position
Rate: $15-$25/hour
Paid Vacation/ Holidays & Bonuses
This is an on-site position only.
Location: Franklin, OH (between Cincinnati and Dayton)

Designing Digitally, Inc. is looking for a creative and innovative Instructional Designer who enjoys working in a fast-paced team environment. The Instructional Designer will turn ideas into a working storyboard that the multimedia and design teams can easily translate into the final product. Candidate needs to possess the following skills:

- Strong verbal and written communication – must be comfortable working directly with SMEs (Subject Matter Experts)
- Ability to work independently with little direction
- Researching and documenting task analyze
- Creating design documents that describe business needs, audience needs, high level tasks, delivery content, supporting materials, and evaluations/ assessments
- Writing learning objectives and modules of content that ensure mastery of learning objectives, including but not limited to exercises, scripts, storyboards, simulations, games, and web-based training
- Working with graphic designers and programmers to style learning content with graphics and animations to maximize impact of learning
- Evaluating the effectiveness of training design through the creation of assessments and evaluations before, during and after training
- Collaborating with team members to execute a shared project plan and meet deadlines
- High level of organizational and time management skills
- Keen attention to detail in grammar and punctuation, visual design and layout, audio accuracy, and effective presentation

Required Experience

Applicants should possess strong writing and instructional design skills. Specifically:

- One to two years of writing training material
- Performing needs assessments and job, task, and/ or content analysis
- Gathering data
- Writing, sequencing, and prioritizing objectives
- Specifying instructional strategies
- Developing performance measurements
- Developing participant evaluations to determine satisfaction, effectiveness, achievement of learning objectives, and job-performance impact
- Conducting pilot tests, revising curriculum, and implementing necessary changes

Required Computer-Related Skills

- The applicant should be proficient in PC environments and MS programs (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
- Understanding of what the following applications are and what they do: Articulate, Adobe Captivate, Adobe Flash, Raptivity, and Storyline

Required Education and Experience

Associates degree in Education, Adult Education, Creative Writing, Instructional Design/ Technology, Management, Curriculum Development, Marketing, Business, or related degree OR equivalent combination of education and experience.

Work samples required (Storyboards, Learning Objectives, Course Outlines). Please submit resumes and samples of your work for review.