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Instructional Designer

Information Technology | Boston, MA | Contract

Job Description

Our client is looking for a creative, solutions-oriented instructional designer to guide the conversion of instructor-led courses into online delivery for diverse medical education programs.

They will assist client team members and subject matter experts with developing sound pedagogical strategies for developing and utilizing instructional technologies in and across the curriculum subject matter. 

They will also train client staff and help guide the integration of new technologies with innovative approaches in the client environment.

Other responsibilities as assigned.

Basic Qualifications:

•Three or more years of instructional design experience in higher education or similar experience

•Online portfolio preferred (include link in resume/CV) with resources that show expertise in developing, evaluating, and redesigning fully online self-paced, and virtual synchronous and asynchronous courses

Additional Qualifications

•Graduate degree or advance certificate in Instructional Systems Technology, Instructional Design, Education Technology, or related field 

•Experience working in Higher Education

•Proficient in ADA Compliance requirements for content design and development

•Ability to deliver high-quality work on tight deadlines

•Ability to work with limited supervision in a fast-paced team environment

•Strong written and verbal communication skills, presentation skills, and project management skills

•Technical Expertise: learning management systems (Canvas, Blackboard, etc.), video content management systems (Kaltura, Mediasite, Panopto, etc.) and virtual conferencing systems (Webex, GoToMeeting, Zoom, etc.) 

Due to the availability of our subject matter experts, work may take place outside of normal business hours, including weekends. This position will require a flexible work schedule.