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Program Specialist II/ Instructional Designer

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The University Of Oklahoma Norman , OK 73071

Posted 2 months ago

If you want to make a positive impact in the lives of Oklahomans, join us at the Center for Public Management (CPM) because that is what we do daily. CPM is a department within the College of Continuing Education at the University of Oklahoma. We provide public sector agencies, staff, service providers, clients and community partners training, research and consultant support for professional and programmatic development. We deliver cost-effective, customer-oriented solutions that are tailored to meet unique needs and situations.

Instructional designers actively contribute to project teams that produce training courses for online, instructor-led, and blended learning, and other instructional activities.

Instructional designers work with CPM clients and subject matter experts to:

  • analyze training needs
  • design and develop course content
  • implement the delivery of the created courseware
  • evaluate training outcomes.

Instructional designers work with a variety of project teammates including other instructional designers, Learning Consultants, programmers, artists, the Learning Management System team, and others.

Required Education: Bachelor Degree OR an equivalent combination of education/job related experience, AND:

  • 18 months experience in instructional design, adult learning and development, performance measurement, multimedia, and curriculum and course development for classroom and online learning.

Skills:

  • Ability to speak, read and write clear, concise English

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite

  • Highly organized and able to handle multiple projects and deadlines

  • Customer service

  • Thorough understanding of adult learning theory

  • Effective skills in project management, course development and course evaluation

  • Experience/knowledge in the use of multimedia technology and authoring tools

  • Experience creating testing instruments using sound evaluation principles

Advertised Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to speak including expressing oneself or exchanging information with others. Ability to receive detailed information through oral communication. Ability to see including color, depth perception and clarity. Ability to engage in repetitive motions including movement of the fingers, hands and wrists. Finger dexterity required.

Departmental Preferences:

  • Master's degree in Instructional Design, Instructional Psychology & Technology, Adult Learning

  • 36 months experience in instructional design, adult learning and development

  • 36 months experience in performance measurement, multimedia, course development

  • Knowledge of Section 508 accessibility requirements

  • Experience working with state agency or public sector human service programs

  • Experience with multimedia software to include HTML5

Supervision: No Supervisory Duties

Special Instructions: If you are selected as a final candidate for this position, you will be subject to The University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Tuberculosis Testing policy. To view the policy, visit http://www.hr.ou.edu/policies/tbtesting.asp


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Program Specialist II/ Instructional Designer

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