Instructional Designer & System Specialist

Job Locations US-MD-Frederick
Human Resources


NLCSlogo[RGB] (1)   GPTW 2021 - 2022


Benefits of joining our team:

We offer great benefits, competitive salary, tuition reimbursement and a diverse and inclusive culture where people of all backgrounds build the best team. Our We CARE values and Guiding Principles are the heart of who we are and how we treat each other. If you are looking for a great place to work, consider us for your next position! Click here to hear from our team.

About the Role

We are looking for a professional Instructional Designer & System Specialist to design and develop learning and growth experiences. The goal is to facilitate learners in acquiring knowledge, skills, and competencies in an effective and appealing way. This team member provides technical skills in support of the system’s learning management system, Relias. This position is responsible for the development, delivery, and maintenance of resources used for instructional functions, including the learning management system. Working closely with their coach, this position will design, create, and launch eLearning, virtual, and in-person program content including instructor and participant guides, tools, and/or workbooks.

To be successful in this role

  • Proven working experience in instructional design and with instructional technology
  • Excellent knowledge of learning theories and instructional design models
  • Lesson and curriculum planning skills
  • Solid knowledge of course development software and at least one Learning Management System
  • Ability to write effective copy, instructional text, audio scripts/video scripts
  • BS or MA degree in instructional design, educational technology, or related field including training and development
  • Knowledge of the healthcare environment preferred
  • Experience using Articulate 360 Suite preferred


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