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Senior Instructional Systems Designer

Job Tracking ID:  KTTS-19-007
Location:   Riyadh, Intl
Job Type:  Full-Time/Regular
Date Updated:  October 26, 2018
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Job Description:
  • Analyze current courseware and curriculum and determine compatibility with current primary warfare and service support training objectives, using the military Standards and Instruction guidance, as part of the PADDIE process: NAVEDTRA 130 series, Navy End-to-end (E2E).
  • Prepare and deliver reports, studies, briefings, or point papers containing findings/results and recommendations for achieving training objectives.
  • Lead, train, and supervise a team of subject matter experts to review of current courseware and design technology-delivered courseware focused on teaching highly technical content for the military training environment.
  • Review and approve training planning data to include: resource requirements (manpower, personnel, and training); follow on training recommendations including justification and impact; the training considerations that form the basis for functional characteristics of the instructional delivery system; and functional characteristics requirements.
  • Review documentation of design strategy documents to ensure courseware development is aligned to customer requirements.
  • Develop training planning data to include: the training considerations that form the basis for functional characteristics of the instructional delivery system; and functional characteristics requirements.
  • No clearance is required.
  • Implement adult learning theory into design deliverables, courseware, and supplemental training materials.
  • Guide, review, and approve the sequence of learning experiences based upon learning psychology, behaviorism, cognition, and information processing.
  • Develop testing instruments to pretest learners previous learning levels; measure affective, cognitive, psychomotor, and performance accomplishments during formative and summative evaluations; test achievement at the end of a course of instruction.
  • Modify, maintain and refresh training courseware and curriculum as necessary to ensure training and education courses meet overall training objectives.
Experience and Skills:
  • Detailed knowledge of NAVEDTRA 130B policies & experience with NETCs End-to-End Methodology.
  • Significant experience supporting Navy Learning Centers.
  • Experience using AIM.
  • Experience working in a focused, dynamic, fast-paced team environment with accountable deadlines.
  • Demonstrated ability in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • PADDIE application experience.
  • Excellent writing, communication, analytical and instructional design skills.
  • Middle Eastern experience.


    • A degree in Education, Psychology or Instructional Systems Design.
    • BA/BS candidate will possess at least twelve (12) years of experience
    • Or a MA/MS with at least seven (7) years of experience.

Desirable skills or experience:

  • Experience with the NAVEDTRA 130 series.

Additional Information:
Job Level:   Mid Career (2+ years)
Number of Openings:  
Years of Experience:   More than 10 Years
Level of Education:   BA/BS
Starting Date :   ASAP