As an Instructional Designer, you will develop and deliver products and curriculum for adult learners. You will identify customer needs, create assessment instruments, and design, develop and deliver appropriate learning solutions. You will collaborate with multimedia developers, instructional technologists, and other instructional designers, to translate learning requirements into effective computer-mediated, blended, and classroom-based courses. Summary of Tasks include: Based on direction, work with clients to determine the learning need, the appropriate learning outcomes, and the most appropriate instructional methodologies based on adult learning theory. Identify design concepts that should demonstrate an advanced understanding of instructional design models and learning theory, be technically sound, and consider possible constraints such as resources and capabilities, and learning environment limitations. Identify information gaps and potential sources of information from which to obtain data to develop learning techniques. Design, develop, and deliver instructional materials for instructor and student use in approved formats such as visuals, handouts, and reference guides.
Most of the ISD work isn’t the development of technical training but training and ISD work for technical officers. The ISD work on my contract can be associated with targeting, PM, some leadership, and foundational training for new employees.
TS/SCI/ Full Scope Poly clearance is required