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Duties include: Must be able to work with/lead others on multiple DoD/Navy training development projects. The candidate may lead small teams of computer programmers, graphic artists, and other content developers. Will work closely with client Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) from developing approved learning objectives to delivering approved courseware. May involve some travel to client sites.
Experience: Minimum of three (3) years of Instructional Systems Designer (ISD) experience with DoD training programs using the Planning, Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation (PADDIE) or predecessor process models. ISD experience supporting development of distance learning and self-paced instruction is required - instructor led experience is a plus. Must be familiar with DoD/Navy terminology and procedures. The candidate must have documented experience with writing curriculum and revising and enhancing existing computer-based training products, or blended development.
Experience with Job Duty Task Analysis (JDTA), Front End Analysis (FEA), Business Case Analysis (BCA), Training Project Plans (TPPs), and entering data in Authoring Instructional Materials (AIM) II or Content Planning Module (CPM) is a plus.
Familiarity with the Learning Management Systems, Sharable Content Object Resource Model (SCORM), NAVEDTRA (130-series), and the Authoring Instructional Materials (AIM) Content Planning Module (CPM) / Learning Object Model (LOM) software tool is a plus. Experience with the U.S. Navy's Human Performance Requirement Review (HPRR) is preferred, but not required. Some telework is acceptable.
The candidate must be able to relate his/her experience in instructional design, learning theory, educational psychology/evaluation, instructional product development and the application of computers in education and training.
Required: Must be able to qualify for Secret clearance
Education: Master’s Degree in Instructional Systems or Education Technology or equivalent