Instructional Designer

Temporary Assignment | 13 Month Contract | Onsite | St. Louis, MO

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Responsible for producing performance-based, interactive learning experiences to meet the business needs of the division/branch so they can effectively meet associates'/clients' needs. Works in a collaborative team environment and uses proven instructional design methodologies to analyze learning needs, design and develop content, define measurement strategies and assess the effectiveness of learning programs.


- Applies design concepts to achieve blend percentages between knowledge application and knowledge transfer.
- Rapidly designs and develops learning content collaboratively with peers and stakeholders through the use of heat maps and punch lists.
- Adheres to time estimates and project management processes as established by the department and the industry.
- Leads sessions with SMEs and stakeholders to analyze needs and map business area requirements for training programs
- Represents and advocates for the division, financial advisor or branch team roles.
- Collaborates with subject matter experts and training specialists throughout the firm to analyze needs, develop appropriate learning objectives, and gather/maintain information.
- Establishes a process and schedule for regular audits of learning programs to: evaluate overall alignment with business objectives and ensure that the most current information is included
- Selects and recommends appropriate media and delivery methods for coursework.
- Leads design efforts of learning programs of varying scales from inception through evaluation within designated timeframe
- Adheres to department and Compliance quality standards and ensures appropriate implementation of courses.


- Bachelor's degree in Instructional Design, education-related field, or equivalent work experience
- 3+ years in an instructional design/development position
- Demonstrated knowledge of adult learning principles
- Strong knowledge of key instructional design concepts and practices
- Strong written and oral communication skills – demonstrated ability to produce clearly written learning materials and articulate key concepts in a clear, succinct manner
- Proficient in MS Office products
- Working knowledge of current online development tools

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Desired Skills

Content Development & Management:

– Microsoft Word

Design & Production:

– After Effects
– Keynote
– Photoshop
– PowerPoint

Job Details

Job Type: Instructional Designer

Industry: Financial

Hours: 40 Hours/week

Posted By: Creatives On Call - St. Louis

Job Number: STL012984

Date Posted: 11/08/2018

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Melinda Sipes
(314) 330-6682

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