- 12 months project role aimed to transform and reinvent one of Asia's most recognised brands
- Competitive compensation package
- A Fortune Global 500 company
Our client is revamping their Learning & Development program at a regional level, impacting more than 12 countries. We are looking at building a team of smart, talented creatives and changemakers who want to do great work with awesome people.
This job is as much about doing as it is about leading. We need people who are unafraid to roll up their sleeves and do some nitty gritty work. We also need those who can discover and understand context quickly so that they can turn their superpowers to bringing our client's curriculum alive.
An an Instructional Designer, you will be:
- Developing curriculum. This is our client's point of view on learning, including pedagogical and epistemological principles. It looks at knowledge, skill, and behaviour needed to drive performance. Its architecture makes scaling across our client's location across 12 countries more doable.
- Creating and overseeing curricular documents. Based on the curriculum, each program our client builds must have its own documentation, including learning objectives, lesson plans, facilitator guides, assessment methodologies, etc. You may oversee documentation across business units.
- Building and launching learning products. Our client is building an entirely new curriculum for their learners, with learning solutions that comprise digital, instructor-led, and work-based experiences. These solutions must be holistic, immersive, and designed to drive desired behaviors, outcomes, and ROI.
- Working with and managing vendors. While the team you will be joining will be tasked to design and develop content in-house, it must also seek to leverage crowdsourcing platforms, remote teams, and local vendors to achieve additional capacity and capability. You will oversee existing vendors doing instructional design and will be empowered to onboard more as you see fit.
Our client is considering candidates from all backgrounds with a mix of these talents:
- Architect. You can architect learning experiences. You know a bit of learning science and the difference between a curriculum, syllabus, and lesson plan. Learning objectives are your jam.
- Educator. You can lecture, facilitate, or coach - and can help others do the same. Basically, you do what it takes to catalyze learning experiences and get participants to fall in love with the subject.
- Expert. You know the insurance industry reasonably well, including products, business practices, operational processes, laws and regulations, and market landscape. Or you'll learn it quickly.
- Communicator. You can write and tell stories. Your writing is impeccable, and your storytelling is clear and compelling. Either way, you seek signal in a world of noise.
- Collaborator. You can work with a range of stakeholders. You can build on the ideas of others and always adopt a can-do attitude. Your expertise is actively sought after.
Even if you have not achieved mastery across all of the above talents, so long as you're intrigued by the prospect of reimagining corporate learning and have decent instructional design chops, then please apply.
There's no minimum length of experience required, as we'll assess your candidacy more on what you've done and have the potential to do, and less on your years of experience.
Finally, must be a bit quirky and have a sense of humour!
Interested candidates can send their resume to email@example.com or apply online.