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Instructional Designer

Infopro Learning ,Inc – Greater New York City Area , NEW YORK

Engineering, Information Technology, Design

Salary : $50000 - $70000  / YEAR


Support the design and develop of critical learning initiatives as well as help the client conceptualize new training modalities

Understand and effectively articulate the course content by studying reference materials and other sources such as the Internet and exploring the relevant software application, if any.

Create instructionally sound storyboard within the purview of the given design and defined instructional strategy.

Ensure technical correctness of content by gathering inputs from SMEs through effective questioning and information gathering techniques.

Adhere to the training style sheet, guidelines and checklists.

Identify content gaps and bridge those using available sources and SME.

Generate instructionally valid and technically correct non-textual elements (screenshots, highlights etc.) as per the specified text.

Collaborate with multi-media team to create engaging and visually appealing learning product.

Integrate textual and non-textual elements to create a functional course using relevant development tools, such as Captivate and Articulate.

Create formative and summative assessments.


Job Qualifications (Minimum):

Any Bachelor’s degree is required.

1-4 years’ experience in instructional designing, preferably for corporate / higher education verticals.

Ability to write content that is clear, concise, and grammatically correct by using appropriate standards and writing styles.

Experience working with SMEs in a team environment.


Ability to self-manage multiple development projects and deadlines, will be an add-on.

Experience with storyboard development

Software Proficiency

Articulate Storyline and/or Articulate Studio

Adobe e-Learning Suite Programs (Captivate, Photoshop, Flash,)

MS Office (Word, Power-Point, Excel)

Camtasia, Storyline, Snagit



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