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Instructional Developer / Designer

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Instructional Designer - Create impactful learning content in different modalities, including online training, instructor-led virtual and in-person classes, supported by a detailed learning needs analysis, and reflecting N26 branding.

Skills and Experiences / What You Need to be Successful:

  • Technical – Previous experience with the Elucidat elearning platform highly desired. Working knowledge of  Workday Learning, Adobe creative suite preferred.

  • Education – Formal background in adult learning theory, training and education is a must as well as fundamental knowledge of training design, curriculum and course development. Master's degree in a related field is a plus.

  • Passionate – Is passionate about training and development and focused on the learner experience

  • Professional – Has strong personal ethics, does quality work and has a positive attitude

  • Detailed – Realizes the importance of details in leading to impactful outcomes

  • Experience – 2 years developing  both instructor led and self paced learning materials

Instructional Designer Responsibilities / In This Role, You Will:

  • Creating engaging and compelling learning content (digital and instructor led) targeting audiences' knowledge needs

  • Writing and producing elearning modules using Elucidat

  • Partner with Subject Matter experts (SME’s) and team members to perform learning needs analysis and set up expectations towards project development

  • Maintaining effective project communication with stakeholders and team members throughout the entire process

  • Follows Instructional Design theories and best practices to ensure end-to-end quality

  • Ensuring all content created is compliant with the N26 guidelines and standards

  • Participating in local and global meetings with peers, management and stakeholders

Desirable Characteristics

  • Accessibility and inclusion knowledge
  • Natural ability to look beyond what is required to capture what it is needed
  • Workday Learning experience or similar LMS tool