Jeppesen Instructional Systems Designer 3 in Englewood, Colorado
Designs, develops, and evaluates complex, specialized technical training materials, assessments and programs in a variety of curriculum and interactive formats, employing a systematic methodology and instructional technology. Provides training, instruction, processes, tools, and guidance in the performance of Instructional System Development (ISD) tasks. Stays current on industry best practices and applies those to the workplace. Consistently models behavior reflective of team play and corporate values.
- Develops custom technical training programs in a variety of curriculum and interactive formats, including instructor-led, self-paced paper based, and e-learning formats, employing a systematic methodology and instructional technology.
- In collaboration with subject matter experts and in compliance with the program design and department and industry standards, develops a wide variety of technical training content for both students and instructors, including textbooks, workbooks, job aids, e-learning, videos, instructor guides, PowerPoint presentations, and syllabi.
- Conducts needs and task analysis to identify performance-based training solutions using techniques such as performance analysis, job and task analysis, content analysis, and any other front-end analysis. Documents analysis results as a basis for training design.
- Designs custom technical training programs, including writing clear and measurable performance-based learning goals and objectives, organizing and sequencing content, and building training frameworks. Documents program design in project-related artifacts, such as description and design documents, training plans, content outlines, or course flow charts, complete with branching and student pathing.
- Writes practice and feedback opportunities and evaluation questions based on objective domain and level of domain.
- Activates learning through creation of appropriate interactions, activities, and exercises.
- Evaluates training systems. Helps define success criteria in relation to customer and department metrics, and implements and participates in practices necessary to gather and publish reporting criteria.
- Serves as lead instructional designer on projects as assigned and manages related project activity with minimal to moderate guidance.
- Provides moderate level of leadership, training, instruction, processes, tools, and guidance in the performance of Instructional System Development (ISD) tasks using various resources (e.g., instructional systems design and development models, principles and practices of adult learning, and appropriate technology).
- Maintains a state-of-the-art knowledge of industry standards, best practices, and emergent technologies in the instructional design industry.
Degree in a related field of study and typically 6 or more years' related work experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Knowledge and Skills:
- Completely understands and applies job practices, techniques, standards, principles, and concepts.
- Develops solutions to a variety of complex problems referring to established precedents and policies.
- Receives general direction for work that is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Participates in determining objectives of assignment; plans, schedules, and arranges own activities to accomplish those objectives.
- Exerts some influence on the overall objectives and long-range goals of the organization. Erroneous decisions or failure to achieve objectives typically have a serious effect upon the administration of the organization.
- Represents organization as a prime contact on contracts or projects. Interacts with senior internal and external personnel on significant matters often requiring coordination between organizations.