Instructional Designer - Part Time


JOB FAMILY: Education  

JOB CODE: 8340-0000 

FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt 


Instructional Designer positions support and develop solutions for Learning Design, which includes the implementation of various approaches and strategies for incorporating instructional technology across academic programs; develop strategies for implementing instructional technology in a learning environment across a broad range of academic programs and initiatives; collaborate with clients and information/instructional technology staff to resolve issues related to technology use in teaching, including application assessment, pedagogy, deployment methodologies, and integration strategies; consult with others to create solutions for academic programs, departments, and similar units.  


  • Make recommendations regarding course design and instruction delivery options 
  • Integrate several related client needs to develop appropriate solutions for teaching and learning 
  • Conduct needs and learning assessments to develop the basis for curriculum development  
  • Define instructional, learning, or performance objectives 
  • Assist with the creation of learning resources and related documentation as dictated by course design 
  • Recommend learning methods, such as individual or group instruction, self-study, lectures, and/or demonstrations 
  • Provide analytical support for the design and development of curriculum and learning strategies 
  • Research emerging instructional design methods and stay abreast of current trends 
  • Define, implement, and coordinate project activities and related research through reports, publications, and presentations 
  • Work on teams with faculty and staff on the integration of technology into the classroom/distributed learning environment 
  • Assist with the development and delivery of technology training workshops including developing course materials 
  • Collaborate with clients and technology staff to resolve issues related to technology use in teaching 

REQUIREMENTS: Master’s Degree in a relevant area of study