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Sr Designer, Instructional (Technology Training & Development)

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Sr Designer, Instructional (Technology Training & Development)

This position can be based out of any T-Mobile office location, Remote work / work from home is an option (but must work within 50 miles of a T-Mobile office for occasional office visits.

As a Sr. Instructional Designer you will manage all key aspects of the instructional design process, from project scoping and planning through course deployment and evaluation. In some cases you will facilitate the design process leading other designers, and in some cases you will be directly responsible for project-managing the design effort. Communicating with appropriate departments among all functional areas regarding project material, subject matter, and deadlines is a requirement of the Sr. Instructional Designer Position.

Enterprise Skills You'll Use Every Day
Requires competency in customer focus, change & innovation, critical thinking, relationship building & influencing.

What you'll do in your role.

Essential Functions
  • Manage multiple design projects using sound project management tools and methodologies
  • Represent cross-functional teams in systems implementation at an enterprise level
  • Secure content from vendors, engineering, and other parties as needed for course development
  • Review, edit and re-design existing curriculum as needed
  • Design, pilot and launch new curriculum as needed
  • Proactively seek new ways to manage train the trainer roll outs, and conduct program effectiveness reviews
  • Work with subject matter experts to proactively partner to obtain and validate courseware content
  • Effectively implement training solutions.
  • Establish relationships with various stakeholders to ensure timely response to training needs.
  • Work with members of the system implementation team to meet design goals efficiently, effectively, and within the specified time frame and budget while exceeding stake holders_ expectations
  • Offer performance consulting solutions and strategies
  • Manage vendor relationships for long-term partnership
  • Proactively introduce new training tools and concepts into the training development process. This includes interactive video and audio.
  • Also responsible for other Duties/Projects as assigned by business management as needed.

The experience you'll bring.

Qualifications
Minimum Required
  • 4-7 years Instructional Design experience.
  • ADDIE and/or Agile experience
  • Strong communication skills (oral and written).
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office & Microsoft Project.
Desired
  • xAPI experience
  • GSM, Telecommunications, UMTS, Wireless knowledge
  • Agile development experience
Education
Minimum Required
  • Bachelors Degree
Position details

Req ID: 154920BR

Department: Training

Travel Required: Yes

Position(s) remaining: 1

Position posted for
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