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The Instructional Designer in Global Sales Programs will design, develop, and implement sales-related programs, curriculums, and courseware spanning across topics that include but are not limited to - manager development, sales skill training, and new hire onboarding. This includes conducting needs assessments to identify strategically aligned learning and development initiatives and designing and developing training courseware in a variety of delivery modes (e.g., instructor-led, in-person or virtual training, self-paced training, eLearning, micro learning, videos, infographics, supporting guides, etc.). The successful candidate will have deep knowledge of instructional design and adult learning principles, as well as a passion for visual and graphic design. They will be strong multi-taskers with the ability to deliver meaningful and engaging training on time in a fast-paced environment. Experience working with subject matter experts and writing scripts and drafting storyboard is an absolute requirement.
What you get to do:
- Design and develop sales enablement for ServiceNow's Global Sales organization for the new hire, sales manager, and role excellence programs that align to strategic sales initiatives across regions; enablement includes eLearnings, virtual trainings, screencasts, various guides, videos, etc.
- Use technical design, development, and creative skills to create engaging online content and engage course participants
- Manage the end-to-end design and development of learning programs from concept through implementation and quality assurance
- Collaborate across enablement and departmental teams to develop impactful learning content
- Use a variety of applications to build eLearning courses and instructor-led resources
- Address changes and feedback to courses in a timely manner
- Work with stakeholders, Role Excellence, and Regional Enablement leaders to continually assess and understand skills and enablement needs, define options, and translate them into actionable and measurable learning objectives and goals
- Leverage strong understanding of technology and ServiceNow value proposition in program creation
A successful candidate has:
- Minimum 2 years of experience in instructional design and curriculum design and development
- Experience successfully interfacing with subject matter experts, stakeholders, and peers to meet business needs across multiple cross- functional teams
- Training and experience in applying instructional design practices and methodologies to support training and enablement content development
- Knowledge of adult learning principles, course development methodologies, Bloom's Taxonomy, and Kirkpatrick's training evaluation levels
- High degree of initiative, strong collaboration skills, and the abilities to communicate ideas and design decisions and receive feedback from partners
- Solid foundation in graphic design and typography with light skills in Photoshop and Illustrator
- BS/BA or equivalent experience required; Instructional Design degree or Training Development certificate is a plus
- Strong skills with eLearning authoring software (Articulate 360 - both Storyline and Rise) and recording/editing audio and video is a plus (Camtasia, AfterEffects, Premiere, etc.).
- Participation in recognized training industry organizations (i. e. Association for Talent Development) strongly preferred
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