Monday, 11 July 2016

SkillsIQ,Lead Instructional Designer Jobs in Australia

We are looking for a talented instructional designer who has previously worked across the service or health industries and is able to write engaging content and training resources for qualifications at Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV and Diploma level.
The position of Lead Instructional Designer will be a Full Time contract position for 12 months based in Sydney CBD. You will report directly t
o the General Manager. Your responsibilities will include:
  • Deconstructing units of competency and creating mapping documents
  • Developing and writing engaging content that is compliant with training package requirements
  • Developing assessment material to assess learning objectives
  • Repurposing or updating existing training materials
  • Adhering to project timelines
  • Participating in moderation and validation at various stages of development

Selection Criteria:

  • Strong background in the service industries, community services or health sectors desirable
  • Demonstrated analysis skills to unpack units of competency and undertake assessment mapping
  • Experience designing and writing content to meet training package compliance requirements and in line with ASQA requirements
  • Relevant VET sector qualifications (if Certificate IV in Training and Assessment must provide evidence of successful completion of design and develop assessment tools unit)
  • Good understanding of adult learning principles
  • Exceptional attention to detail required
  • Excellent English language skills, particularly written English
  • Ability to create/adapt learning content for engaging e-learning context/purpose
  • Strong understanding of the Australian VET sector
  • Ability to use rapid prototyping tools such as Adobe Captivate or similar
If you would like to apply for this position, please click the apply button and include your CV and a cover letter responding to the selection criteria.
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