Learning Experience Designer

The purpose of the Learning Experience Designer position is to conceptualize, develop content, and launch new interactive digital media and classroom learning tools that extend the Civil Treatment learning experience via digital media and new classroom solutions. New learning tools may include various types of learning formats (videos, podcasts, mini e-learning modules/simulations, mobile, and social tools, etc.) and other related solutions to be determined. This position will also assist with the development of classroom-based training programs and materials, including new program development and client customizations, as well as developing content for e-learning platforms.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Design end to end learning solutions (e-learning, instructor-led: face to face and virtual, and self-paced) that incorporate best practices in adult learning theory
  • Identify learning objectives, performance outcomes, and evaluative strategies to deliver content, including consulting with program owners and subject matter experts to identify learning gaps and content requirements
  • Manage learning projects and initiatives from start to finish, while providing regular progress updates to leaders and stakeholders
  • Coordinate development efforts to obtain content and timely reviews from clients and subject matter experts
  • Support implementation strategy for training programs
  • Scope and estimate level of effort for project deliverables
  • Provide support in the development of online learning solutions which are engaging and creative, while still maintaining the instructional integrity and validity of the solution
  • Apply strong project management discipline for setting expectations, execution, and resolving issues
  • Update existing curricular and stand-alone learning experiences to ensure relevance, effectiveness, and measurability
  • Facilitate pilots with audiences of all levels of leadership.
  • Design instruction that reflects an understanding of the diversity of learners and groups of learners
  • Evaluate and assess instruction and its impact on learners and ELI as a business
  • Edit and perform quality assurance (QA) on own work.

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Instructional Design/Instructional Technologies, Education, Human Resources or Communications with emphasis on content development or the equivalent in years of experience.
  • A minimum of three (3) years of experience in instructional design and content development experience in publishing digital media, e-learning, or instructor-led classroom solutions on multiple platforms
  • A minimum of two (2) years of experience with Articulate Storyline, InDesign, Learning Management Systems, Digital Publishing Tools
  • The ability to conceptualize, develop content, and launch new interactive digital media and classroom learning tools
  • The ability to design and develop blended and technology-enabled learning solutions.
  • The ability to work closely and effectively with subject matter experts and decision makers to create solutions.
  • Excellent project management, planning, and organization skills. 
  • Focus on creativity and innovation, challenging the status quo.
  • Demonstrated familiarity with a wide variety of instructional design models, best practices and principles, and adult learning theory.
  • Genuine curiosity about new media, and willingness and flexibility to continuously learn and immerse oneself in the evolving interactive social media environment.

To Apply

If you believe that your experience is a great match for our opportunity, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. To be considered, please submit a cover letter and resume to: Serious inquiries only…no walk-ins or recruiting agencies, please. ELI, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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