eLearning / Interactive Courseware Developer 2/3

The Training & Product Support Department at Northrop Grumman in San Diego (Kearny Mesa) is looking for a motivated and creative instructional designer specializing in eLearning development.

Do you have experience in developing multimedia training materials and blended learning courses? Do you love using your

creative talents to produce engaging eLearning? Do you enjoy finding solutions to design challenges? Do you want to expand

your artistic capabilities? Do you like using audio and video editing software? Do you have exceptional written and

communication skills? Do you relish learning about new hardware? Are you flexible enough to move easily between projects? Do you have expertise in project management? Are you well organized? Are you a self-starter and able to manage your time effectively? Are you comfortable interviewing people to obtain highly technical information? Are you a trustworthy and reliable person of character able to obtain a secret clearance? If so, this job might be for you!

Key Responsibilities:

  • Using a variety of software to develop blended learning and multimedia training projects (primarily using Articulate Storyline with some Captivate, also Photoshop, SnagIt, Premiere Pro, Audition, MS Word, Excel, and Acrobat)
  • Interviewing stakeholders, subject matter experts (SMEs), and technical personnel to obtain required information
  • Creating storyboards and using them to develop interactive computer-based training (CBT) modules
  • Developing a range of online and print instructional materials, such as eLearning modules, instructor/participant guides, manuals, job aids, quick reference guides, and other miscellaneous documentation
  • Developing eLearning (systems/technical and soft skills) training that is highly creative, interactive, effective, memorable, and engaging
  • Writing technical content and associated assessments; updating these when necessary
  • Performing QA on eLearning modules and documentation
  • Uploading content to a proprietary learning management system (LMS)
  • Analyzing curricula and designing training paths

Knowledge, Skills, and Ability:

  • Analyzes, designs, develops, schedules, delivers, and tracks technical training for all programs supported by the training team
  • Partners with the functional area to develop training materials and knowledge assessments for area standard operation procedures (SOPs)
  • Follows style guidelines and processes to ensure consistency in the design, development, and delivery of technical training
  • Utilizes authoring software and multimedia tools for various assigned development projects
  • Keeps abreast of training and development research, learning theory, motivation theory, new materials, methods, and techniques

This requisition may be filled at a higher grade based on qualifications listed below.

ERCOMMS

The Training & Product Support Department at Northrop Grumman in San Diego (Kearny Mesa) is looking for a motivated and creative instructional designer specializing in eLearning development.

Do you have experience in developing multimedia training materials and blended learning courses? Do you love using your

creative talents to produce engaging eLearning? Do you enjoy finding solutions to design challenges? Do you want to expand

your artistic capabilities? Do you like using audio and video editing software? Do you have exceptional written and

communication skills? Do you relish learning about new hardware? Are you flexible enough to move easily between projects? Do you have expertise in project management? Are you well organized? Are you a self-starter and able to manage your time effectively? Are you comfortable interviewing people to obtain highly technical information? Are you a trustworthy and reliable person of character able to obtain a secret clearance? If so, this job might be for you!

Key Responsibilities:

  • Using a variety of software to develop blended learning and multimedia training projects (primarily using Articulate Storyline with some Captivate, also Photoshop, SnagIt, Premiere Pro, Audition, MS Word, Excel, and Acrobat)
  • Interviewing stakeholders, subject matter experts (SMEs), and technical personnel to obtain required information
  • Creating storyboards and using them to develop interactive computer-based training (CBT) modules
  • Developing a range of online and print instructional materials, such as eLearning modules, instructor/participant guides, manuals, job aids, quick reference guides, and other miscellaneous documentation
  • Developing eLearning (systems/technical and soft skills) training that is highly creative, interactive, effective, memorable, and engaging
  • Writing technical content and associated assessments; updating these when necessary
  • Performing QA on eLearning modules and documentation
  • Uploading content to a proprietary learning management system (LMS)
  • Analyzing curricula and designing training paths

Knowledge, Skills, and Ability:

  • Analyzes, designs, develops, schedules, delivers, and tracks technical training for all programs supported by the training team
  • Partners with the functional area to develop training materials and knowledge assessments for area standard operation procedures (SOPs)
  • Follows style guidelines and processes to ensure consistency in the design, development, and delivery of technical training
  • Utilizes authoring software and multimedia tools for various assigned development projects
  • Keeps abreast of training and development research, learning theory, motivation theory, new materials, methods, and techniques

This requisition may be filled at a higher grade based on qualifications listed below.

ERCOMMS


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