Instructional Designer - Senior Analyst Work you'll do As an instructional designersenior analyst, you are expected to: Analyze instructional design project requirements and work with the project manager around scope and solution Support instructional design needs across all their US firms Design and develop learning deliverables in line with project scope, using common tools and templates Provide regular updates to the project manager Escalate any issues affecting timeliness or scope of instructional design/development project Develop training materials associated with the project, such as instructor guides, participant guides, hands-on activities, handouts, diagrams and pictures, job aids, and self-study materials Collaborate with subject matter experts Create storyboards and design specifications to be used as blueprint instructions for content development The team The LDS team in India focuses on designing and implementing organizational learning to enhance our own workforces capabilities and improve their client outcomes. The LDS team designs and develops instructionally sound eLearning courses, virtual instructor-led training material (VILT), instructor-led training material (ILT), and experimental learning courses to meet business and learning requirements of talent within various functions in the firm. Qualifications Required Graduate in any stream Proficient with MS Office (MS Word and MS PowerPoint) 4-8 years of experience in developing different training product types, such as application simulations, ILTs/VILTs, WBTs, job aids, and QRCs Demonstrate excellent communication and project management skills Adept at visualizing the content and collaborating with the graphic designers and technical team members and also advanced attention to detail to develop the end product within the given timelines Preferred Possess a client-service mindset and Desire to take on tough and challenging projects Proactively investigate and mitigate risks and coordinate with team members and others to resolve and escalate issues as necessary Demonstrate knowledge of courseware development tools, such as Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, Lectora, etc. Demonstrate strong communication skills and manage communication across levels. Understand learning needs and project specifications Possess a flexible work style and be able to work beyond the normal schedule during peak periods. Work effectively, with minimal day-to-day supervision, and within a team environment to significantly contribute to the success of the team.