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Position: Instructional Designer (176755)

Company: Johns Hopkins Health Care

Location: Glen Burnie, MD

Description: The Instructional Designer will create instructor-led content, online learning modules, user guides, and other supporting materials while following the established instructional design process (ADDIE). The Instructional Designer will use strong interpersonal, written, and visual communication skills to bring together text, images, video and audio to communicate and educate our employees.


A. Education:

Knowledge of theory and practice of instructional systems development, adult learning, principles of distance education, training and development, training implementation, and learning facilitation generally acquired through Bachelor’s Degree in education, communications, organizational development, or related field.

B. Knowledge:

Must have in-depth knowledge of different approaches to adult learning.

Strong written and verbal English grammar, spelling, punctuation, usage & pronunciation.

Knowledge & application of adult learning principles

Ability to develop workflows and business procedures

Strong interpersonal skills in both stakeholder interactions and team interactions and a willingness to interact with subject matter experts on a regular basis.

Experience taking, creating, or administering online synchronous training

Microsoft Word: basic text formatting functions, tables, bullets and numbering, hanging indents, inserting graphics, tracking changes, accepting comments and changes.

Microsoft PowerPoint: basic text formatting, tables, master layouts, text and title placeholders, entering slide notes; ability to use graphic design features to create screen layouts.

Experience developing instructor-led training

C. Skills:

Work requires skill in designing and developing learning, precise oral and written communications, developing and writing training design documents, writing storyboards, conducting training needs analyses, and using all aspects of instructional design (analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation). Work requires excellent teamwork, interpersonal and communication skills to allow incumbent to interact effectively with all levels of personnel; demonstrated ability to communicate clearly, and cooperate with other staff to achieve overall organizational objectives. Must have a relatively high level of analytical ability to evaluate programs for impact and effectiveness, and identify problem areas. Detail oriented.

D. Required Licensure, Certification, Etc.:

Certifications as required to administer and facilitate selected training programs and assessment instruments.

E. Work Experience:

Work requires three years of progressively related experience. Demonstrated full-cycle of instructional design experience to include: analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation. Must have experience developing training modules in a business setting. Basic project management skills.

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