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Instructional Designer (12-Month FTC)

£35K-£40K Basic Salary
  • Ref: 3609
  • Permanent
  • Life assurance, Medical insurance, Pension
  • Home-based

Our client, a well-established market-leading global training provider are looking for an instructional designer to join their international learning team to create engaging and innovative learning solutions for a variety of industries. Within this role, you will be responsible for the writing and designing of bespoke learning content as well as project managing all solutions until completion.

This job aligns to the LPI’s Capability Map see how


  • Work closely with subject matter experts internally and externally to define learning course aims and outcomes
  • Design bespoke learning programmes, including the production of storyboards and scripts
  • Liaise and build relationships with clients to ensure learning requirements are met and remain up to date
  • Provide guidance and support to clients and stakeholders, ensuring they are in line with the latest digital learning trends
  • Project manage the end-to-end process of the design cycle, including designing, implementing and evaluating


  • Excellent communication skills of the English language, both verbal and written
  • Great organisational skills with great attention to detail
  • The ability to work on multiple projects at once, simultaneously
  • Ability to build and retain close relationships with both internal and external stakeholders and subject matter experts


  • A minimum of 2 years experience in the design of digital learning solutions
  • Experience in applying recognised learning methodologies, principles and approaches when creating digital learning


  • Instructional Design related qualifications are desirable but not essential
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Design and develop solutions

Design and develop solutions
3 – Advanced

(Co-)Designing and developing learning experiences and solutions that include appropriate formal and informal learning solutions, resources and performance support, ensuring that business, performance and learner requirements are met.

Manage projects
3 – Advanced

Initiating, planning, executing, controlling and closing the work of teams on L&D projects to achieve goals and meet success criteria.

Strategy and operations

Develop L&D capability
2 – Proficient

Keeping L&D’s capabilities current and future-ready.

L&D strategy
2 – Proficient

Aligning the learning strategy with the business strategy, planning to move the business forward and guiding execution of L&D tactics in line with strategy.

Manage and improve L&D processes
2 – Proficient

Managing L&D business processes and their continuous improvement.

Manage L&D resources
2 – Proficient

Ensuring adequate capacity, availability and optimal utilisation of people, facilities and equipment to meet current and future organisational learning requirements and provide a seamless end-to-end customer experience.

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Your recruiter

Samantha Ward

Samantha Ward

Sam is a natural recruiter who is really efficient at what she does. She works across a variety of L&D roles, with a focus on learning design roles – and enjoys helping people find exactly the right kind of role for their skills.

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