Learning Architect
Texas Health Resources

Collaborate with Learning Technology and Leadership & Professional Development teams to support the implementation of training.

  • Requires 3+ years experience
  • Full time
  • Arlington, United States
  • Requires Bachelor's degree
March 11, 2022

In addition to the required qualifications, a successful Learning Architect will:

  • Design, or collaborate with designers, to produce training solutions that meet the requirements of both learners and stakeholders.
  • Partner with subject matter experts, content developers, and multimedia designers to ensure course deliverables match requirements of the training need.
  • Create, edit, and coordinate the distribution of assessments, questionnaires, evaluations, surveys, etc.
  • Ensures the instructional integrity of course development projects through systematic design and clear writing of scripts, narratives, and storyboards.
  • Write and edit content for learning and development projects, including storyboards/outlines, module drafts, practice activities, knowledge checks, evaluation material, and job aids through the application of proven theories of adult learning.
  • Conduct needs assessments, performance analyses, course content analyses, learner analyses, and job-task analyses in order to select the most appropriate instructional solution to a training-related problem.
  • Effectively communicate how training programs and MyTalent reporting work together to support the business needs.
  • Establish and maintain reporting processes while partnering cross- departmentally with stakeholders and experts in IT, HR, etc. to maintain client data feeds for strategic alignment and support.
  • Maintain a persistent line of communication with the MyTalent team to pursue any outstanding technical issues with the MyTalent system that may need to be escalated to the LMS vendor.
  • Pilot and audit courses in order to determine opportunities for updates and improvement.
  • Consult with internal clients and subject matter experts tasked with training and development to advise, guide, coach, negotiate, and manage the development of performance-based training.
  • Collaborate with Learning Technology and Leadership & Professional Development teams to support the implementation of training.
  • Bachelor's Degree in Education or communications-related field required
  • 3 years of direct experience with designing courses and using software applications such as Captivate, Articulate, Dreamweaver, Lectora, etc. required
  • Experience with Learning Management Systems strongly preferred
  • Professional Instructional Design certification upon hire preferred
Who We Are

Texas Health Resources is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health care delivery systems in the United States and the largest in North Texas in terms of patients served.

Job Function
Instructional Designer
Hospital & Health Care