The Maryland Department of Information Technology is looking for an Instructional Design Intern. The position is posted on UMBCworks, our platform for UMBC students to find jobs and internships, the position is number 9306762.
Details are below.

Applicant would work with current identified DoIT employees who have a need for additional training through media.  As an Instructional Designer, you will be responsible for creating engaging instructional/curriculum materials, training and learning tools, possibly facilitating training, and collaborating with subject matter experts in identifying the target audience’s training needs.  The position includes working on video media from start to finish.  

  • Create and develop multimedia (audio/video) content for both internal employees of DoIT and external State agency employees who utilize our services.

  • Prepares training products utilizing development applications to be delivered via live, virtual, computer based training, web based training, eLearning environments and learning management systems, and upgrades and modifies products accordingly for effectiveness of training programs.

  • Collaborate closely with identified DoIT personnel to help facilitate the creation of multimedia content.

  • Deliver finished content to DoIT staff in accordance with the established timeline.

  • Archive finished project media for storage and cross train specified DoIT employee/s for future changes or enhancements to training media.

  • Utilize software applications in multiple technology media systems, such as graphics, animation, text, and sound.

  • Maintain practical knowledge of current industry practices and 508 compliance.

Specific Job Skills:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong organizational skills.

  • Ability to deliver presentations in a manner that ensure learning is effective.

  • Able to evaluate the “big picture” when implementing or recommending changes or improvements to the training program.

  • Sound analytical, problem-solving and documentation skills.

  • Ability to solve problems creatively and effectively.

  • Self-starter that is able to work independently and on a team.

  • Work independently, as well as part of a team to establish deliverables.

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