The Instructional Designer is responsible for planning and engaging learning activities and compelling course content for trainees. They will apply tested instructional design theories, practice, and methods. The purpose of this position is to facilitate learners in acquiring knowledge, skills and competencies in an effective and appealing manner. Our Values: Every associate must demonstrate our values of:
• Integrity – We never compromise on our word. We act with transparency – we are a trusted partner.
• Pride – We are proud of our people and they are proud to work for MasterCorp.
• Quality – We do things the right way and strive to continuously improve every day.
• Dependability – We keep our promises. We are accountable for our actions. We meet or beat our deadlines –
you can count on us.
• Respect – We value and appreciate every member of our team. We treat each other as we wish to be treated
• Action Oriented – Takes on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and
• Optimizes Work Processes – Knows the most effective and efficient processes to get things done, with a focus
on continuous improvement.
• Collaborates – Builds partnerships and works collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives.
• Courage – Steps up to address difficult issues and says what needs to be said.
• Situational Adaptability – Adapts approach and demeanor in real time to match the shifting demands of different situations.
• Customer Focus – Builds strong customer relationships and delivers customer-centric solutions.
• Drives Results – Consistently achieves results, even under tough circumstances.
Experience and Education Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree in instructional design.
• Proven work experience in instructional design.
• Solid knowledge of course development software and at least one Learning Management System.
• Visual design skills (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator) and ability to storyboard.
• Ability to write effective copy, instructional text, audio scripts/video scripts.
• Lesson and curriculum planning skills.
This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phone, copiers, faxes, and filing cabinets.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Create engaging learning activities and compelling course content that enhances retention and transfer.
• Work with subject matter experts and identify target audience’s training needs.
• State instructional end goals and create content that matches them.
• Visualize instructional graphics, the user interface and the finished product.
• Conduct instructional research and analysis on learners and contexts.
• Apply tested instructional design theories, practice and methods.
• Provide exercises and activities that enhance the learning process.
• Create supporting material/media (audio, video, simulations, role plays, games, etc.)
• Decide on the criteria used to judge learner’s performance and develop assessment instruments.
• Maintain project documentation and course folders.