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Instructional Designer - Temporary Position

Mon, 11/05/2018 - 10:10 -- MKaufman

Instructional Designer - Temporary Position
INACSL - International Nursinge Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning, Headquarters = Raleigh, NC
Remote, Part Time Position

The purpose of this project is to create an interactive, online 12 course programs focused on educating healthcare simulation educators with beginner to intermediate experience that are ready to take their careers to the next level. 

Course roadmaps and objectives have been developed for all content and mapped to Blooms Taxonomy using Quality Matters. A program oversight committee have been assigned to oversee development of the program. Volunteer content teams have been created to finalize content for each course, and a staff member has been assigned to coordinate content development with the teams and review content for a professional, cohesive look and feel. The instructional designer will work closely with content teams and staff to finalize the visuals, voice overs and delivery method for all 12 courses. 

Project Scope
The Instructional Designer will provide oversight and direction for the development team guiding the alignment of content to the objectives and outcomes of the program, courses, modules and activities using Quality Matters. The Instructional Designer will work with the content development and review teams, as well as staff, to further develop the course matrixes, test/assignment blueprints, and development and design plans. The Instructional Designer will develop templates for course delivery and develop normalized professional presentations with a consistent look and feel. As well as work with INACSL’s LMS provider (iCohere) to determine the best way to leverage the system features for the program. 

Each of the 12 courses may contain the following modules (not necessarily in the same order and not necessarily the same number of narrated PPTs): 

  • Course Introduction with handouts
  • Pre-test
  • Content - Narrated PPT part 1 (15-20 minutes)
  • Activity – Discussion Assignment
  • Content – Narrated PPT part 2 (15-20 minutes)
  • Mid-Point Knowledge Check 
  • Activity – Reading Assignment
  • Content – Narrated PPT part 3 (15-20 minutes)
  • Activity – Homework Assignment
  • Content – Narrated PPT part 4 (15-20 minutes)
  • Post-test with course evaluation 
  • Discussion board

All work will be completed virtually via internet meetings, conference calls and emails unless the instructional designer is located within 50 miles of Raleigh, NC. The Instructional Designer will attend bi-weekly meetings most months with occasional weekly meetings scattered throughout.

Contact Jalene Bowersmith at for full RFP and details. Submissions due by 12pn ET, November 15, 2018.

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