Instructional Designer - Technical
- Melbourne, FL
Requisition Title: Instructional Designer – Technical (02Q4Z)
Training Instructional Designer analyzes the training needs for client-based programs. Works closely with clients to assess, develop, and implement training materials. Designs and develops new hire programs and continuous training by project using ADDIE methodology. Evaluates and administers alternative training methods and develops standard training materials using various multi-media formats. Assess content development effectiveness to enhance training content as needed. Partner with Operations and Clients to build knowledge checks when needed, assess results, and recommend training needed as an outcome.
Duties and Responsibilities
•Conduct front-end needs analysis to identify curriculum objectives and development needs. This includes working closely with the client to identify scope, objectives, and approach of project.
•Develop timelines and project plan for development, deliver project plan and receive approval of timeline. Conduct analysis on operational performance to identify knowledge gaps. Develop training action plans for individuals and groups based on performance needs. Using Adult Learning Principles, select the most effective instructional methods for delivery including but not limited to eLearning, self-paced, or virtual delivery methods.
•Partner with internal and external customers identify training needs by program.
•Partner with internal and external clients to create and edit training materials.
•Using defined program metrics, measure the effectiveness of training. Modify content when gaps are identified
•Provide project status updates and any risks to Training Supervisor in a timely manner. Partner with Training Supervisor to develop action plan to address risks and meet timelines.
•Conduct post-project analysis to determine the quality of implementation and provide feedback recommending training modifications.
1.Design, Development and Implementation
•Design and develop learning objectives and outcomes.
•Design and develop facilitator and participant material for new hire and continuous training by project, using adult learning principles.
•Design practical application scenarios including practice exercises, role plays, case studies, games and simulations.
•Develop and maintain knowledge artifacts to be used in both training and production.
•Develop and conduct train-the-trainer (TTT) sessions.
•Develop evaluations of content that are linked to the performance objectives to aid in validating content effectiveness.
•Schedule and lead regular project meetings with internal and external clients to include communication of project status and development.
•Maintain source materials and final content in a shared location to be used for future development needs.
•Maintain a positive work environment that fosters team performance.
•Provide Technical Subject Matter Expert (SME) support to the Learning Development and Performance department.
•Bachelor’s degree in Education or Training
•ASE Certification – current or previous required
•Minimum of 2 years of professional training and development experience
•1-3 years of instructional or Curriculum Design preferred
•3-5 years of automotive technical experience
•Ford or Lincoln Mercury automotive experience preferred
•Call Center experience preferred
•Strong project management
•Ability to work with all levels of employee and management
•Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
•Ability to develop training material with short timelines
•Excellent writing and communication skills
•Excellent presentation skills
•Ability to prioritize business requests and self-manage workload and timelines
•Advanced computer skills: Advanced Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, Internet and Visio, Intermediate SPSS, Microsoft Project, Advanced Adobe PageMaker and Photoshop
•Analytical, design and development skills
•Able to work a flexible schedule to include extended evening and weekend hours as needed
•Ability to work in a team environment as well as autonomously
•Able to travel on a limited basis
Percepta requires all employees hired in the United States to successfully pass a background check and depending on location and client program a drug test, as a condition of employment. Percepta is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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