Texas Health Resources INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER THPG in Euless, Texas
Texas Health Physicians Group seeks to hire an Instructional Designer to work full time in their Integration and Training Department.
The address is located at THPG Training, 251 West Park Way, Euless, TX (part remote/part in office)
Salary range is Minimum $30.76/hr. to Maximum $48.50/hr. – based on relevant experience
Full Time (40hrs); Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
The Instructional Designer curates and creates content for the training teams who executes THPG's training programs to various audiences including THOP leaders, THPG providers, THPG non-clinical and clinical support staff.
The position works closely and collaboratively with other THPG Learning and Development leaders to continuously evolve educational programs to meet organizational objectives and goals.
The position routinely completes training needs assessments through research, data analysis, and employee and/or SME interviews. Identifies training gaps and workflow best practices for effective and efficient work in the THPG ambulatory clinics and creates training content solutions for alignment.
Planning and Analysis
Conducts needs assessments, performance analyses, course content analyses, learner analyses, and job task analyses to determine most appropriate instructional solution for training-related problem
Evaluates the results of training activities using appropriate measurement and evaluation tools: reaction sheets, skill checks, survey observations, interviews, etc.
Recommends training solutions based on personal experience and customer feedback and metric analysis to improve current design of offerings
Partners with subject matter experts, trainers, and other leaders to ensure course design and deliverable match requirements of training need.
Design and Structure
Creates the design of training solutions for diverse audience in ILT, Virtual, eLearning and blended formats using a variety of platforms and applications, including Learning Management Systems, and Learning Experience software.
Designs, or collaborates with training department, ITS, and/or other leaders as necessary, to produce training solutions to meet the requirements of learners and stakeholders
Creates detailed design documents, which require the person to derive primary and secondary course objectives, build measurement and evaluation tools, plan learning activities, identify opportunities for performance support and determine content needs. Performs periodic evaluation of designed learnings based on trainee's performance.
Writes and edits content for learning and development projects, including storyboards, outlines, module/drafts, practice activities, knowledge checks, evaluation material, and job aids, through the application of proven theories of adult education.
Responsible for developing and building relevant operational and technical content. Uses effective methods and course authoring tools.
Collaboration and Communication
Fosters and maintains relationships within the training teams and across THPG/THR.
Consults with stakeholders and subject matter experts to tasked with training and development to advise, guide, coach, negotiate, and manage the development of performance-based training.
May include professional duties associated with developing content
Complete actions on special projects as assigned by chain of command
Other Duties as assigned
The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in Adult Education or related field required
2 years Instructional Design or relevant experience required
Licenses and Certifications:
CPTM Certification upon hire preferred OR
CPLP – Professional in Learning and Performance Certification upon hire preferred
Must be an excellent communicator in all aspects of writing, speaking, listening and presenting.
Ability to identify gaps in training alignment and solutions for educational opportunities
Ability to build credible relationships.
Excellent organizational skills
Ability to shape communications to the needs of the audience
Knowledge of leading adult learning principles and approaches to development (i.e., ADDIE). Strong analytical skills; ability to solve complex problems; highly developed listening and verbal communication skills; excellent time management and organizational skills.
Functional knowledge of leading training and development tools such as Adobe Creative Suite, including Dreamweaver, Flash, Captivate, and Articulate Suite of products, Microsoft Office, and HTML5. Strong familiarity with LMS technologies. Ability to research and actively seek opportunities to implement the latest tools and approaches to efficient learning, including rapid eLearning development, accelerated learning techniques, etc. Expertise with software configurations and problem-solving methods needed to diagnose and resolve web technology problems.
Position requires some design sensibilities, mixed with a fascination for technology, an obsession with learning and an innate drive to share what you know.
Why Texas Health Resources?
Texas Health Organization for Physicians (THOP) is Texas Health Resources' 501(a) not-for-profit health corporation offering employment opportunities for administration staff that service providers of Texas Health Physicians Group (THPG). THOP provides services for member physicians that help them get back to what they do best -- practice medicine. From an affordable electronic medical record to comprehensive practice support services and group purchasing power, physicians and their patients benefit from being a part of THPG.
Texas Health Highlights:
2020 FORTUNE Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®” (6th year in a row)
2018 Becker's Healthcare "150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare" (4th year in a row)
Employees’ Choice “Best Places to Work” by Glassdoor (2018 and 2019)
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