Senior Instructional Designer - Military veterans preferred

2021-05-29
SAIC (www.saic.com)
Other

/yr

  full-time   employee


Chantilly
Virginia
United States

Description

SAIC, a leading provider of systems development & deployment, targeting & intelligence analysis, systems engineering & integration, and training capabilities and solutions for the Intelligence Community, is seeking creative and dedicated professionals to fulfill their career goals and objectives while delivering mission excellence on programs of national importance. Join our team today as we Redefine Ingenuity!

JOB DESCRIPTION:  The customer is seeking experienced instructional designers to assist with the stand up of a new technical training program for the targeting occupation by providing course curriculum and assisting with various aspects of the training program.  The requirements for each instructional designer are further broken down as follows:

The first designer will utilize all facets of the ADDIE model (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate) to build course curriculum.  The training will include blended and distance learning solutions, along with asynchronous and synchronous approaches to training.  The candidate will also develop a comprehensive needs analysis and carry out training evaluations.  To support the training, the candidate will create a variety of training products such as guides, handbooks, and job aids.

 

Qualifications

Minimum Requirement Skills:

  • Must have current/active TS/SCI with polygraph clearance

  • Requires a Bachelor's degree or (4 years of relevant experience may substitute in lieu of degree) and 15+ years of related experience

  • Must have demonstrated experience with all facets of the ADDIE learning model

  • Must have track record of developing, implementing, and evaluating project-based learning

  • Must have ability to create measurable and enabling learning objectives, along with supportive course activities and exercises

  • Must have successful experience facilitating training working groups and panel discussions.