The Instructional Systems Designer II position reports to a Lead Instructional Designer as a member of a cross-functional team and is responsible for the design and development of training materials and courseware. The courseware may be produced for many different industries and will be delivered in an increasing variety of delivery media including Web, Interactive Distance Learning (IDL), Virtual Classroom Training (VCT), or Instructor Led hands on. Limited travel to support development and validation of course materials may be required. Will be expected to accept responsibility for courseware development, timelines and budget activities as assigned.
This individual is responsible for designing and developing training materials that:
are completed in accordance with project plans and schedules
meet design intent
are instructionally sound
are grammatically correct
are consistent with approved style guides
meet customer expectations
communicate learning concepts effectively
Minimum two years of WBT/ILT Instructional Systems Design experience with a Bachelor?s degree.
Experience writing learning and performance-based objectives
Experience writing and organizing content to support learning objectives
Experience applying the ADDIE model to course development in a professional/business environment
Experience applying knowledge of commonly-used concepts practices and procedures within Instructional Systems Design
Excellent software skills in MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel
3 years experience as an Instructional Systems Designer
Ability to perform design/development duties with minimal coaching and adheres to instructions and pre-established guidelines, as assigned
Ability to work with a diverse group of professionals, across multiple teams, to ensure project requirements are met
Ability to plan and enhance initial and existing designs
Experience organizing content using design principles
Ability to develop solutions to problems of moderate scope and complexity
Ability to multi-task and work on multiple projects
Effectively works as a member of a cross-functional team to ensure training materials target training and business requirements, and meet all quality control standards
Ability to organize and lay out content visually, including detailed graphic design instructions
Excellent writing skills; (use of language, grammar, spelling, organizing content)
Ability to research content and glean information from technical, soft skill, and business documentation, engineering personnel, or other technical subject matter experts
Experience with Storyline
Experience with learning management and learning content management systems
Ability to work with Virtual team members
A Bachelor's degree in Instructional Design, English, Education, History or Political Science is required.
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.