Role Designation: Instructional Designer/ Senior Instructional Designer
Summary of essential job functions:,Analysis:,The Instructional designer contributes towards understanding the training needs, goal analysis, audience analysis, gather and analyze Instructional content.
The jobholder understands the project requirements which include understanding the training needs, identifying the overall course goal, understanding user requirements by conducting user interviews etc collate and understand the subject matter, with the aid of subject matter experts (SME).,Design:,
The Instructional designer defines learning objectives, course syllabus, pre-requisites, course outline instructional design strategy and evaluation strategies.
The jobholder defines the learning objectives; prepare an outline for the course including sections, topics and chapters. Pre-requisites for the course are also defined.
The Instructional Designer conceptualizes instructional design strategy and evaluation strategy and techniques based on the subject matter and audience.
Identifying media and tools for development are also performed by the jobholder.,Develop Storyboard:,
The Instructional Designer generates content, questionnaires and develops storyboards for the course.
The Instructional Designer prepares storyboards for the entire course which forms the input for creative designers and developers. Detailed content including evaluation questionnaires will be developed based on the Instructional Design and evaluation strategy.,Design Reviews:,
The Instructional Designer plans and organizes reviews of the story board with SMEs, project team members and other stakeholders.
The Instructional Designer prepares a project plan factoring time for reviews by all stakeholders of the deliverable.
Design reviews are performed at different stages of storyboarding, inputs from SME, creative designers and developers are sought for validation.,Evaluation:,
The Instructional Designer reviews content and presentation during the development and he/she evaluates participant learning.
The Instructional Designer reviews the development of the project and ensures that the Instructional Design and evaluation strategy is implemented as per the design.
The Learning course is put to test and the Instructional Designer evaluates the effectiveness of the course based on which re-work if any are planned and executed
Technical and Professional Requirements:
Minimum requirements:,This job requires knowledge of different instructional design methods and interactivity models.
As such, a Bachelors' degree or higher in Literature, Engineering, Mathematics or related discipline plus minimum two years of relevant instructional design experience is required.
The person should have excellent verbal and oral communication skills.
Going through a certification or training in Instructional design would be an additional advantage.,
Requires advanced knowledge and a thorough understanding of the learning environment and customer needs to develop a courseware,
Ability to contribute to a high-performing, motivated workgroup by applying interpersonal and collaboration skills to achieve project goals and realize value,
Ability to contribute to the creation of an environment that facilitates high performance and motivates individuals to work collaboratively as a team,
Ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment. This job requires to define learning objectives and accordingly deliver Instructional design content,
Ability to interact with clients and explain the concept behind the story board and the instructional design techniques used.,Performance Measures,
1. Compliance to schedule,
2. Quality of the deliverables(design, story board, content),
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