Work from home / Remote working
Under the direction of the Product Development Manager, the Instructional Designer will ensure that all products are developed to product brief, specification, on time and within budget.
Working closely with the product management team, Subject Matter Experts, and relevant stakeholders, the Instructional Designer will be expected to take ownership and responsibility in the creation of leading products and be prepared to work flexibly with a “can-do” attitude, always thinking ‘how could this be better?’.
A positive and genuinely passionate attitude to the task at hand with great communication skills are a must.
- Provide expertise and guidance on the design process to ensure that specifications meet the product brief and fully map against Membership, SFIA, and professional registration with clear and measurable outcomes.
- Conduct and participate in design planning sessions and scoping meetings to support design, develop against the standard process, and resolve development issues within the constraints of the build timelines and allocated budget.
- Ensure quality standards are maintained and that version control progresses through the development process. Managing review and quality assurance process to gain relevant feedback on your work.
- Accurately prepare and develop assessment, guides, syllabi, learning objectives, and supporting material in line with the product brief.
- Quickly synthesise and write content based on input from Subject Matter Experts and raw content from appropriate sources.
- Prepare, train, and coach Subject Matter Experts when required to ensure delivery meets specifications.
- Ensure quality standards are maintained and that version control progresses through the development process. Managing review and quality assurance process to gain relevant feedback on work completed.
- Establish a solid understanding of the Product and Standards landscape with continued knowledge of the product portfolio.
- Ability to influence without authority when working across whilst demonstrating excellent project management and communication skills.
- Define project schedules and manage multiple projects simultaneously with the Product Development Manager and Product Manager. Keep track of project tasks and status using online project management software and applications.
- Educated to a degree level or equivalent is desirable
- Instructional Design
- Educational Psychology Experience
- Demonstrable experience as a Learning Designer, Instructional Designer, or Curriculum Developer
- Demonstrable project management skills
- Experience in successfully designing and developing sophisticated products deployed in a variety of environments
- Hands-on experience of assessment strategy and assessment development
- Teaching or training background beneficial