Lead Instructional Designer position at Hertfordshire, UK


Our award-winning software client has an exciting opportunity for a hands-on Lead eLearning / Lead Instructional Designer to be a key contributor to their new Software–as-a-Service (SaaS) products. This is a rare opportunity to shape and drive the eLearning/instructional design function. You will have

  • Extensive experience in multimedia/interactive eLearning/instructional design courseware development.
  • Knowledge of SaaS (eLearning content for SaaS products ideal).
  • Experience creating movies (ideally using Captivate or similar).
  • Experience setting-up and maintaining a Learning Management System (LMS).
  • Experience working with development, UI/UX designers, technical authors.
  • Strong writing and communication skills.
  • An interest in creating eLearning to run on PC, tablet and ultimately mobile applications as well.

 Desirable skills and experience:

  • Working in an Agile/Scrum environment.
  • Degree educated and/or certifications in eLearning, instructional design, social media, web/creative design, education or related.

 Key responsibilities:

  • Overall responsibility for the team’s eLearning/instructional design deliverables.
  • Define, create and publish eLearning content for SaaS products.
  • Define and drive the company’s eLearning strategy, contributing new ideas and best practice.
  • Manage a U.S. based instructional designer.
  • Determine curriculum needs and plan training development roadmap.
  • Future set-up and maintenance of the company’s chosen LMS.
  • Manage reviews and feedback.

 Salary: Up to circa. £45K p.a. + a good bonus and a good benefits package. If this role sounds of interest, please contact Rachael Penycate at Edissero on +44 1483 422111 to find out more or please email your CV to [email protected] 

Edissero specialises in the permanent and contract recruitment of technical authors, eLearning instructional designers and other information development roles.

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