The National Judicial College seeks an experienced Instructional Designer responsible for supporting NJC’s web-based learning environment. Under direction of the Director of Online Learning, the Instructional Designer will:
- Produce video and audio assets of judges and subject matter experts
- Use courseware and software for designers to create eLearning for judges
- Maintain and administer online learning and content management system
- Produce webinars and provide technical/user support to learners
- Nurture relationships with faculty and subject matter experts to facilitate the creation of online courses including creating course content
- Using Adobe Design Suite, Articulate eLearning products, and PowerPoint to create interactive multimedia, and web-based training
- Successfully incorporate instructional technologies into courses
- Train faculty in use of learning management system for faculty-led synchronous web courses
- Compile and evaluate course evaluation results
- Assist in providing general technical expertise to staff and faculty
- Ensure NJC’s Participants have a seamless experience when participating in online learning
- Successfully incorporate instructional technologies into courses, convert faculty-created materials to online delivery modalities, and be knowledgeable about current specialized instructional technologies.
- Work with vendors and technical support to safeguard NJC funds and ensure the college is receiving reliable service and high value from technology providers.
- Market NJC online products
- Evaluate and report on enrollments, online access, completions and account expirations to all NJC stakeholders as required.
Qualifications and Education Requirements
A bachelor’s degree is required; master’s in education, public administration, computer science and engineering, or a similar field is preferred. Experience working in the field of judicial education or distance learning is highly desired. Outstanding time management, customer service, and written and verbal communication skills are required. Experience with a learning management system (LMS), specialized instructional technologies, and courseware or design software is essential. The ability to work as a team member with minimum supervision is critical.
Preferred skills: Working knowledge of the Articulate courseware suite, Adobe Premiere, and video recording and editing experience is preferred.
For immediate consideration please submit a cover letter and resume to:
The National Judicial College
Attn: Human Resources
Judicial College Building, M.S. 358
Reno, NV 89557