Instructional Designer (DSAT)
Up to £39.37 per hour
Contract (Full time)
- To undertake Instructional Design during development and support phases of the training lifecycle.
- Training activities will require the ability to work across all equipment design areas, sites and levels of management, seeking solutions to issues and working to a demanding and complex schedule.
- Attend meetings/workshops with industry, Customers, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to capture data efficiently and accurately.
- Key Accountabilities:
- Conduct Instructional Design in accordance with the UK MoDs Defence Systems Approach to Training and the associated Quality Management Standard (QMS).
- Support training solution integration & acceptance activities.
- Develop Customer and Stakeholder Relations.
- Provide Training related Subject Matter Expertise to Technical and Engineering authorities.
- Support the procurement of training media through the provision of Subject Matter Expertise advice and guidance.
- Support Training Planning activities through the provision of Subject Matter Expertise advice and guidance.
- Key Attributes:
- Have successfully completed a Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT) Instructional Design course (preferably Defence Academy Course No. 98 DSAT Detailed Design and Development) or a similar training framework course.
- Have knowledge and at least 12 months experience of the successful application of the Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT), including the DSAT QMS and DSAT guidance documentation.
- Have knowledge of current training methods and media, including Computer Based Training (CBT), multimedia, simulation and Virtual Reality (VR).
- Have a working knowledge of Training Lifecycle Management.
- Knowledge of Royal Navy surface fleet branch structures and their associated training pipelines would be advantageous.
- Experience of Instructional Design within the Royal Navy Training System would be advantageous.
Posted 109 days ago