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Position: Instructional Designer (Job Req ID 11829)

Company: Johns Hopkins University, Peabody Institute

Description: The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University seeks a dynamic and enthusiastic Instructional Designer to provide instructional design, development, and evaluation services to faculty, and to promote sound learning theory and methodologies for online, blended and face-to-face courses. Reporting to the Director of Academic Technology and Instructional Design, the Instructional Designer will possess an in-depth understanding of instructional design and technology issues related to learning in online, hybrid/blended, and traditional courses, as well as experience using a wide range of hardware and software tools to develop multimedia assets and learning materials. The candidate will assess instructional design and development learning opportunities and needs, and provide faculty with opportunities for individual training and coaching.

Primary Duties: 

  • Coordinate the development of instructional materials and assets that are functional, informative, and consistent with sound pedagogical and instructional design principles.
  • Collaborate and consult with faculty on the effective use of Web-based resources, multimedia technologies, and instructional software and systems to improve teaching online, hybrid, and face-to-face.
  • Serve as project manager leading teams with instructional technologists, multimedia specialists, and student workers for the timely development of courses or special projects.
  • Evaluate the instructional effectiveness of programs, courses, and training products.


  • Bachelor's Degree in instructional design, instructional technology, education, or related field required.  Graduate degree in related discipline preferred.
  • Three years of progressively responsible related experience required. Five years of experience in the field of instructional/educational technology, including designing, developing, and managing technology-based instructional projects and programs preferred.
  • Additional education (Advanced degree) may substitute for experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU Equivalency Formula.
  • Must be self-motivated and organized, with demonstrated written, presentation, and interpersonal communications skills.
  • Skilled in all instructional design processes: needs assessments, design, development, teaching, implementation, and evaluation/assessment, including developing rubrics.

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