No. of Positions : - 01
Designation : - Instructional Designer
Experience :- 06 months to 5 years of Experience in the field of Instructional Designer
Qualification : - Graduation or Post Graduation or other similar Certified Course
Responsible for developing instructional material, such as customer training courses, that helps support the company's technical products.
Instructional designer is tasked with creating material that helps all types of users understand the product better.
The ability to utilize multimedia technology is a must in a field like this, since the online training packages must be developed to share knowledge with the clients on how to succeed in being an end- user of the products.
An instructional designer is responsible for determining the needs of the course and the appropriate method of delivery.
It is up to the instructional designer to make decisions about demonstrating instructional design principles and adult learning theory.
Curriculum and course development, the ability to work independently or on a team, and performance measuring.
Being able to quickly get a firm grasp of a company's technology is a must, and troubleshooting experience is always preferred.
A bachelor's degree in education, instructional design, or any related subject is required for this position, in addition to technical writing experience.
Regular work hours can be expected, since this is an office job with a fixed schedule.
Working overtime is possible in order to meet deadlines.
Salary: Not Disclosed by Recruiter
Industry:Education / Teaching / Training
Functional Area:Journalism, Editing, Content
Role Category:Content Development
Role:Business Content Developer
Employment Type:Permanent Job, Full Time
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Contact Company:Sandip Foundation