DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES:
The Instructional Systems Designer will serve as a member of a Laredo Technical Services contract team supporting U.S. Air Force (USAF) Headquarters, Air Education and Training Command's Special Missions Division (HQ AETC/A3Q) in the Directorate for Operations and Communications (HQ AETC/A3/6) at Joint Base San Antonio Randolph in San Antonio, Texas. Develop training products using a systematic approach, adult learning theories, learning technologies, and industry best practices for instructional design to create blended learning experiences that support customer and project objectives. Work closely with team members, including project managers, programmers, graphics artists, and editors/quality assurance specialists and collaborate with customers and subject matter experts to develop Expeditionary Readiness Training and Security Cooperation education and training curriculum. Ensure all education and training is conducted in accordance with geographic combatant command and USAF strategies, doctrine, and strategic-level guidance and AETC-established policies and procedures.
To be considered, qualified candidates shall possess:
- A proven record of producing high-impact results for a customer.
- Experience with Instructional Systems Design, Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI) instructional design, and curriculum development at the post-secondary, or equivalent, level and applying the ADDIE methodology to the full life cycle of course development.
- Experience developing learning content in Articulate, Adobe Captivate, Adobe Creative Suite, Lectora, or other Commercial of the Shelf (COTS) authoring software.
- Ability to read, interpret, organize, and synthesize source material into well-written, concise learning products.
- Experience in conversion of training materials for IMI using current software/technologies.
- Ability to develop strategies for on-line learning and their theory.
- Experience with online/blended learning education and training development and maintenance.
- Experience developing training content compliant with Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM®) and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
- Experience testing IMI Alpha, Beta, and final SCORM packages.
- Demonstrated ability to work successfully both individually and within and across multidisciplinary teams.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to provide proactive customer service support.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Excellent computer skills and use of Microsoft Office suite.
- Current, or able to obtain, a SECRET U.S. Government security clearance.
- Served as an in-residence and/or online instructor.