Instructional Designer (ORS0002)

We are seeking a talented and experienced Instructional Designer to join our team and play a crucial role in developing engaging and effective electronic and online learning content.


  • Design and develop instructional materials for electronic and online learning platforms.
  • Collaborate with subject matter experts to gather content and ensure accuracy.
  • Create interactive and multimedia-rich content to enhance the learning experience.
  • Apply pedagogical principles to create effective learning experiences.
  • Analyze learner needs and design content that aligns with organizational objectives.
  • Implement assessments and evaluations to measure the effectiveness of learning modules.
  • Stay current with e-learning trends and technologies.
  • Utilize learning management systems (LMS) for content delivery and tracking.
  • Ensure that all content developed is SCORM compliant for seamless integration with various platforms.
  • Work closely with cross-functional teams, including graphic designers, developers, and subject matter experts.
  • Participate in regular team meetings and provide input on the improvement of learning materials.
  • Conduct regular quality checks on content to ensure accuracy, functionality, and adherence to SCORM standards.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve any technical issues related to content delivery.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Instructional Design, Education, or a related field would be preferred, or equivalent industry experience.
  • Proven experience in instructional design and e-learning development.
  • Familiarity with adult learning theories and instructional design models.
  • Proficient in SCORM-compliant authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, or similar.
  • Experience with Learning Management Systems (LMS) administration and integration.
  • Knowledge of multimedia software for content creation (Adobe Creative Suite, Camtasia, etc.).
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to communicate complex concepts in an accessible and engaging manner.
  • Ability to adapt to evolving technologies and instructional design methodologies.
  • Willingness to learn new tools and techniques as needed.