Position Summary:

Mary Baldwin University is currently recruiting for a full-time Learning Experience Designer II to support the MBU Online Division. Are you an individual who thrives in a collaborative, fast-paced environment and enjoys developing educational solutions? Do you have a desire to create engaging learning products that focus on user experience and address the unique needs of various audiences? If so, MBU Online has an opening for a Learning Experience Designer II (LxD II). This position will partner with faculty and subject matter experts in the development of high quality learning experiences that are meaningful, easy to use, and enjoyable for the identified audience. The LxD II role is for individuals who have previously worked on a learning design team for a private company or a college/university as a designer.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Course Design

All learning experience designers at MBU work with faculty/subject matter experts to facilitate the development of high quality learning experiences supporting the mission and goals of the university. The LxD II position requires knowledge and ability to apply instructional design principles, learning theory, and educational technologies in the design and development of learning experiences. The LxD II will need to have demonstrated experience in the design of experiential assessments. This role is seen as a leader on the team who can support inexperienced designers (LxD I) by answering questions, quality reviewing outlines, templates, and builds, as well as being a mentor.

This role will stay up to date on new tools, technologies, learning methodologies, and research in the field to ensure we are continuously providing creative and engaging experiences for the MBU Online audience.

Project Management

The LxD II manages interactions with clients/faculty/subject matter experts to meet deadlines and facilitate the production of timely, quality learning experiences that align with institutional goals. Time management, organizational skills and ability to multi-task and/or the ability to efficiently switch between multiple projects is a must.

This position will work within the MBU project management tool to set up new projects using established templates. Once the template is set up for the project, the LxD II will work within the PM software to track progress and time on task.

 Course Build

The LxD II will build all courses into the MBU LMS, Canvas. This individual will be familiar with all tools/technologies available at MBU for the design, development, and build of learning products. They will consider what tools and tech is the most appropriate depending on the design need. This role will work closely with the Senior Learning Solutions Architect to determine the best way to layout content on the page, taking into consideration best practices in the field and the tools available. Once the layout has been decided, the LxD II will complete the build in Canvas, reaching out to the Learning Solutions Architect or Instructional Technologist as needed.

Required Qualifications:

  • This position requires a Master’s degree in a relevant field and/or demonstrated equivalent work experience.
  • 3+ years experience as a designer on a learning design team within a private company or college/university.
  • Demonstrated experience designing and/or teaching online courses.
  • Experience designing learning offerings in response to an identified business or learning problem/need.
  • Ability to design learning content while keeping in mind the user experience.
  • Demonstrated experience designing application based assessments to effectively measure progress and mastery.
  • Experience working with vendors and/or working with multimedia teams to develop engaging multimedia content.
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills, including the ability to engage across networks and work effectively in virtual teams.
  • Ability to converse with faculty about educational, pedagogical, and technology.
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills; ability to proactively manage course design and development situations as well as project schedule.
  • Ability to learn new tools quickly.
  • Strong attention to detail and willingness to probe for deep understanding
  • Demonstrated sensitivity to working in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent time management, organizational, and professional effectiveness skills.
  • Possess a passion for continued professional development in the areas of instructional design, learning experience design, curriculum development, teach and learning, etc…

To Apply:

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to mbu-online-design-team@marybaldwin.edu.

 

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