You are creative, dedicated, and passionate. You have a knack with people and occasionally nerd out about adult learning theory.
You love starting new things, collaborating with colleagues, and finding creative technology solutions to knowledge gaps.
If this sounds like you, you should consider joining EPAM as an Instructional Designer in our Learning Practice.
Our Learning Practice helps clients realize digital and IT transformation by identifying and bridging gaps in employee knowledge, behaviors, and mindset.
We design, develop and implement a variety of solutions for online and in-person learning including videos, articles, podcasts, interactive e-learning, coaching, experiential learning, instructor-led training, and assessments using the latest insights from the learning sciences.
In other words, we go beyond training to create learning experiences that really work.
If you are excited to work in a global team and find creative solutions to complex problems, this could be the perfect opportunity to join EPAM.
Work with Subject Matter Experts to identify the learning needs of the target audience
Set learning objectives appropriate to learner and program needs
Select, modify, and create compelling content aligned to learning objectives and modality
Create engaging learning activities that enhance the learning process
Conceptualize storyboards and work with graphic designers and multimedia developers to create effective instructional assets (e.
g., video, e-learning interactives)
Visualize instructional graphics, the user interface, and the finished product
Devise modes of assessment to measure the effectiveness of element, module, or course
Maintain project documentation and course folders
Work collaboratively and communicate regularly with SMEs and colleagues during the development process
Apply adult learning principles and best practices in instructional design to all activities
Build strong relationships with internal teams to leverage internal tools and resources
Serve as a role model and sometimes mentor to less experienced instructional designers
5+ years of instructional design experience
3+ years of experience using authoring tools, such as Captivate, Storyline, or Evolve to create sophisticated adaptive learning content
Expert knowledge of instructional design methodologies including but not limited to : ADDIE model, SAM, backward design, e-learning blueprint, design thinking, and interactive learning experiences
Advanced knowledge of assessing learning and program impact
Advanced knowledge of adult learning theory and multimedia principles
Good eye for visual design
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment on a team with highly-skilled and engaged colleagues
Excellent written and verbal English skills. Careful listener and a good communicator (speaking and writing)
Passion, energy, a positive mindset, and a can-do’ attitude
Ability to manage multiple projects, prioritize, work independently, and meet strict deadlines
Track record of being reliable, responsive, and client-centered
Ability to build rapport and instill trust and confidence
Flexible mindset and agile approach to deliverables. Ability to adapt style to engage with different kind of stakeholders
Resilience and ability to work under time pressure, manage workload and priorities
Innovative solutions delivery to the world’s digital changes
Experience exchange with colleagues all around the world
Opportunities for self-realization
Unlimited access to LinkedIn learning solutions
Friendly team and enjoyable working environment
Engineering, corporate and social events
Social package : professional & soft skills trainings, medical care programs, sports
Free English classes
Flexible working schedule