full-time position with the Armstrong Institute; 37.5 hours per week; Monday - Friday; position is grant and contract funded.
The mission of the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality is to continuously reduce preventable harm, improve patient outcomes and enhance the value and equity of care around the world by advancing the science of patient safety and quality through discovery, implementation, education, evaluation, and collaborative learning.
Work collaboratively with JHU faculty, subject matter experts and external partners to design, develop, and deliver traditional, fully online and blended courses, as well as, technology-enhanced instructional materials in support of this mission. The primary duties and responsibilities of the job:
With guidance from the Instructional Design Technology Manager, collaborate and consult with subject matter experts, other instructional designers, and communication specialists to design, develop, and deliver online, face-to-face, and blended learning experiences as well as performance support tools as needed.
Assist in designing and mapping curriculum aligned with the strategic goals of the Armstrong Institute.
Provide recommendations, storyboards, or mockups, for interface design, sequencing of instruction, use of assessments, and other interactive activities associated with learning programs and grant-funded projects.
Learn and use the Learning Management System, LearnShare, to upload and maintain learning resources and to run reports as needed.
Provide substantive editing and formatting of instructional content to meet 508 disability regulations as needed.
Manage project timelines and coordinate with team members and partners to meet project deliverables.
Utilize effective communication skills to communicate frequently and effectively with various project collaborators.
Research and evaluate new and emerging technologies and approaches and policies for potential application to instructional opportunities.
Develop media products for use in online courses and websites including video, audio podcasts, and graphics.
Perform other duties as required.
Bachelor's degree in educational technology, instructional design, instructional technology, curriculum design, or other related discipline. Minimum of three years of professional experience designing, developing, and managing online, blended or other technology-mediated instruction. Master's degree may substitute for experience to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Self-motivated, organized, detail-oriented, and creative team player who is capable of participating in highly collaborative instructional development processes and willing to contribute wherever needed to ensure team success. Strong oral, written, and visual design skills, as well as, interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with multiple constituencies in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment. Ability to exercise independent judgment and solve problems in creative and productive ways. Knowledge of current and emerging instructional technologies and proven ability to adapt and learn new procedures and software programs. Familiarity with graphic design principles appropriate for developing online, face-to-face and blended instruction, as well as, print-based learning materials. Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint and Word skills. A link to a Portfolio of work or samples will be required. A skills assessment will be part of the interview process.
**JHU Equivalency Formula: 18 graduate degree credits may substitute for one year of experience. For jobs where equivalency is permitted, up to two years of non-related college course work may be applied towards the total minimum education/experience required for the respective job.**
Experience with web-based learning management systems and online conferencing software (such as Adobe Connect). Competency in basic image manipulation software, such as Photoshop and Illustrator. Experience with course authoring tool such as Articulate Storyline or Captivate. Experience with InDesign and basic HTML coding.
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