Keypath Education is currently seeking an Associate Instructional Designer to join our UK team!
The Associate Instructional Designer reports to a Senior ID or the Director of Instructional Design. Under the supervision of more experienced IDs, the you will work with faculty at our partner universities to guide the design, development, production, and evaluation of engaging and innovative online courses. You will collaborate with other instructional designers and web developers to re-envision traditional brick and mortar courses for online delivery, using technology to generate learning experiences that are just as (or more) effective than the on-campus implementation of equivalent content. Guided by instructional design theory, models, and best practices, the Associate Instructional Designer will work as an integral part of a collaborative development team.
About Keypath Education:
Keypath Education partners with higher education institutions worldwide to launch online programs, grow enrollment, improve learning and connect education to careers. Education is the foundation for our connection with our university partners, their students, our colleagues and our mission to change lives through education. Since its beginning more than 26 years ago, Keypath has been on the forefront of the higher education industry evolution.
We foster lifelong learning as we support our employees in their personal and professional growth through competitive salary and benefits, growth and training opportunities, wellness programs, flex hours and more. Keypath Education is a global company with multiple locations in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia.
To apply for this role: Please send your CV and Covering Letter (by email) no later than Friday at 14:00 for review. Advertising will remain live until the role has been filled and applicant assessment ongoing, therefore early application is encouraged.
As the ideal candidate, you have:
Education: a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in education, instructional design, technology, English, humanities, or related field. Master’s degree preferred.
Travel: travel to client and partner sites as needed, potentially up to 10% of time
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