DAL Global Services Learning Designer II in Atlanta, Georgia
Delta Global Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines, Inc., has a contract Learning Designer II role in Atlanta, GA through our Staffing Division. In the Learning Designer II position, the individual will design and develop learning interventions, including instructor led, on-the-job training and e-learning courses, using Instructional Systems Design methodology.
Delta Global Services - Staffing Division (DGS) has been ranked among Atlanta’s Top 25 Staffing Agencies by the Atlanta Business Chronicle for 14 consecutive years. DGS have over 170 locations in 49 states and we are the only staffing firm offering flight privileges to our employees, creating value for our clients and personnel. To be considered forLearning Designer I Job in Atlanta, GA, apply now. DGS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Act as a performance consultant -- recommending training and non-training solutions to improve job performance to key stakeholders during the design of complex, large scale curriculum using Instructional Systems Design and Project Management methodologies.
Serve as a liaison between a third party vendor and various business units in the development of e-learning courses and training programs.
Responsible for managing third party vendor processes, product quality and ensuring timely delivery to Delta business units.
Work independently and provide consultative support for business unit designers and subject matter experts.
Partner with communications specialists for development of communication strategy and product launch.
Contribute to the overall design and development of training using a variety of delivery methods.
Design metrics and measures to determine if implemented training solutions worked.
Serve as a coach and a professional resource for designers.
Drive learning program design and development to off-shore teams.
Lead program through planning, designing, developing and delivery training with coordination with other team members for scheduling & logistics.
Bachelor's degree required
Master's degree in Instructional Design, Adult Education or similar field preferred.
Minimum seven (7) years related work experience with at least five (5) years as an instructional designer and two (2) years experience in vendor management.
Experience required in: conducting enterprise level needs assessment; performance consulting, conducting project evaluations and designing metrics gathering tools ; all phases of ISD methodology; designing and developing technology-based as well as instructor-led training; designing and developing divisional and/or cross-functional enterprise learning initiatives; designing Train-the-Trainer workshops; designing complex learning interventions and blended solutions; project management for enterprise-level design projects; and selecting/designing media to support computer-based delivery, web and instructor-led training.
Project Management experience and cross-divisional experience highly desired.
Job ID 5032
# of Openings 1