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Instructional Designer - Temporary

Main Office (MOS)

 

 

Position Summary

 

The Instructional Designer assists with various projects within Learning & Development. They work with subject matter experts to streamline and update policies and procedures, design and update e-learning and blended curriculum (i.e. ILT, web-based training, on-the-job training, small discussion groups, etc.), define learning and performance objectives, and perform occasional instructor-led training programs and Train-the-Trainer on system roll-outs, if applicable.

***This position has the option to work from home.

 

Duties

  1. Develops and revises e-learning, blended and training curriculum in conjunction with facilitators/SMEs based on evaluations and changing business needs, including e-learning/virtual components
  2. Creates storyboards for self-directed online training, writes job aids, and creates lesson plans and participant materials for instructor-led training
  3. Assists with training needs analyses to ensure all training materials are highly targeted to the needs of the audience
  4. Organizes material and completes writing assignments according to set standards regarding order, clarity, conciseness, style, and terminology
  5. Reviews and recommends revisions and/or changes to Suns policies and procedures
  6. Develops and maintains documentation for various company systems, processes and procedures in the Knowledge Base
  7. Monitors and supports web 2.0/social communication and collaboration regarding course content (chat, discussion groups, wikis, etc.)
  8. Assists with evaluation of learning results and the business impact
  9. Other duties and special projects as assigned

 

Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources, Instructional Design, Curriculum Development, or related field (Required)
  • 1 year experience creating, designing, and developing learning materials
  • 1 year experience writing and updating policies and procedures
  • 6 months prior experience writing processes and/or procedures
  • Strong attention to detail, customer service, written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work effectively as a collaborate team with diverse groups/audiences, including those in remote locations
  • Ability to work independently
  • Excellent computer proficiency including the ability to use Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint), email and internet

 

PERKS/BENEFITS

At Sun Communities, you will be part of an industry-leading organization where you will be challenged, inspired, rewarded and transformed. We place a high priority on our team members, and this is a big part of what sets us apart. We will ask you to give us your very best every day, and will challenge you with interesting work, stretch assignments, a collaborative and supportive work environment and plenty of learning and growth. In exchange, we will reward you with great pay, advancement opportunities, cool perks, and flexibility.

  • Paid sick leave
  • Online access to view and update personal information, review paystubs, annual W2s, and more
  • Participation in company-wide SunRewards program
  • Team Member Perks & Discounts program with hundreds of discounts on things like travel, merchandise, mobile phone service, and more
  • Access to hundreds of online learning modules via Sun University
  • Much more!



Southfield, MI, US

Employment Type:  Temporary
Classification:  Full Time
Job Reference:  103278


Nearest Major Market: Detroit

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