Instructional Design/Trainer - Lead

A Instructional Design/Trainer Lead will;

  • Align development priorities with needs of business/functions
  • Track and report forecasts against budget
  • Support achieving assigned metrics and operational goals
  • Facilitate information validation and team decision making
  • Design training for appropriate media—classroom, one-on-one,

independent study, computer-based training

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in insurance, healthcare, or related field; may hold two-year

post-high school degree

  • Current certification and licensing in area of expertise
  • Three to five years of experience in a training development role
  • Two to four years of experience managing moderate to large projects

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Strong facilitation, content design, and consulting skills
  • Strong leadership, communication, change management, and relationship

management skills

  • Ability to quickly understand new, complex tools, technologies, and systems
  • Good working knowledge of project management, research, and problem-

resolution techniques

  • Strong written and oral skills

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