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Instructional Designer (Jr)

Remote; US Based
Date:

Overview

Placement Type:

Temporary

Salary (USD):

$28 - $31.50/Hourly (W2)

Start Date:

04.23.2024

Our client is in need of an Instructional Designer who can apply their development experience with Storyline 360 in a small, fast-paced environment. This candidate will build out eLearning courses that support client programs and the Digital SAT Suite of Assessments. These modules are digital interactive content designed to teach customers what they need to know for successful implementation and integration of the Suite, and include branching, triggers, voice over, Javascript, advanced graphics, and simulations – for an audience of adult users (educators, administrators, staff)

Responsibilities: 

  • Develop to defined ISD standards and integrate visual design theory and elements to content
  • Develop to client brand guide
  • Design interactivity for users to engage with content and UX
  • Authoring content and scripts from manuals of SMEs
  • Integrate universal design standards software simulations
  • Assessment development with use of feedback and remediation
  • Quality assurance testing

Required Skills:

  • Must have experience developing throughout the ID life-cycle in a production environment (College/University courses do not qualify as industry experience for this client)
  • Storyline 360
  • SCORM
  • LMS

The target hiring compensation range for this role is $28 – $31.50/Hourly (W2). Compensation is based on several factors including, but not limited to education, relevant work experience, relevant certifications, and location.

About Aquent Talent:

Aquent Talent connects the best talent in marketing, creative, and design with the world’s biggest brands.

Our eligible talent get access to amazing benefits like subsidized health, vision, and dental plans, paid sick leave, and retirement plans with a match. We also offer free online training through Aquent Gymnasium. More information on our awesome benefits
Aquent is an equal-opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics. We’re about creating an inclusive environment—one where different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives are valued, and everyone can contribute, grow their careers, and thrive.