Instructional Systems Designer ( R-00065455 )
Leidos is seeking an Instructional Systems Designer to support a Springfield, VA based customer. This position will design both classroom and eLearning modules that will touch upon technical skills (e.g., software), analytic skills, and interpersonal skills for adult learners at a government site. Provides expertise in adult learning practices and methods to develop and enhance instructional curriculum for both classroom and web-based delivery.
This role is needed in multiple locations : Springfield, VA and St Louis, MO
- This position with design both classroom and eLearning modules that will touch upon technical skills (e.g., software), analytic skills, and interpersonal skills for adult learners on a government site.
- Provides expertise in adult learning practices and methods to develop and enhance instructional curriculum for both classroom and web-based delivery.
- B.A., B.S. in Instructional Design, Instructional Technology, Education, Distance Learning, English, or Human Performance Technology, or commensurate relevant experience designing, developing, and implementing learning solutions.
- Experience with the ADDIE model of instructional design, or other established models of instructional design (such as SAM), as well as experience and familiarity with a broad range of adult learning theories and models for evaluation of adult learning.
- Five years of experience in an educational, corporate training, or professional services environment, with an emphasis on e-learning and multimedia technologies.
- Demonstrated ability to design, develop, and implement instructional materials following defined processes to include electronic job aids, structured courseware, and informal learning content.
- TS/SCI clearance (active or within scope)
- Proficient with the following: Articulate Suite, preferably Storyline 2 Writing, editing, proofreading, and formatting of customer-ready materials
- Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Project)
- Familiar with the following: e-Learning standards, to include SCORM and Section 508 Principles of adult learning Basic learning design principles (e.g., Blooms Taxonomy) Project-based, learner centered eLearning development Wikis, and Sharepoint,