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Instructional Designer (ID) at STERIS IMS

  • 03/01/2019 7:17 AM
    Message # 7193278
    Gregory Bone (Administrator)

    The Instructional Designer (ID) at STERIS IMS is responsible for creating/writing the instructional content of the project. Understanding the business unit’s environment and needs, the ID will design and develop instructional content and learning solutions including but not limited to web-based learning, instructor-led, blended instruction, and virtual sessions.  The ID works with the training team leadership and SMEs to obtain the information to be taught and organize it into logical, instructional patterns that are appropriate for the culture and level of expertise of the end users. In addition, this role will independently develop entry and advanced level courses for both internal and external audiences and act as a liaison between departments in determining needs of courses and appropriate methods of delivery. Program development timelines will be managed by this position in a dynamic rapid paced environment.


    1. Create detailed design documentation including storyboards.
    2. Communicate design concepts to media specialists and other project members.
    3. Using knowledge about the business unit’s issues, design training that matches the learners' training needs, and contributes to solving the business unit’s issues.
    4. Write content into the authoring tool, using models to create the instructional document.
    5. Identify and validate the content by working with subject matter experts.
    6. Organize the content into effective and appropriate groupings that logically flow throughout the content.
    7. Build instruction so that the learners practice applying core competencies or objectives within the training.
    8. Ensure the content/structure is designed and developed to standards.
    9. Develop effective assessment questions, quality distracters, and practice interactions that match the objectives and content of the training and that accurately test the learners' ability to meet the objectives.
    10. Ensure that the implemented media/graphics actually teaches and is appropriate for the intended instructional purpose.
    11. Ensure that all storyboards, graphics, and final versions are edited in sufficient time to make needed improvements.
    12. Report the status of development to Training Director or Training Manager. Report any variance as soon as it is discovered, to minimize negative impact to the project.
    13. Identify customer concerns, as well as expressed issues/objections, and share them with the Training Director of Training Manager.
    14. Identify add-on work or out-of-scope work.
    15. Implement training departments design process and guidelines.
    16. Complete assigned work on time.
    17.  Ensure work is of the highest quality.


    Last modified: 03/01/2019 11:56 AM | Gregory Bone (Administrator)

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