Instructional Designer - UniFirst
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Where will a UniFirst Career take you?
As an industry leader in the rental, lease and sale of uniforms and facility services products, UniFirst Corporation has grown to become one of the largest companies in the garment services industry.
UniFirst is recognized on the Forbes “Platinum 400 - Best Big Companies” List. With over 14,000 employee Team Partners and more than 250 facilities throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe, you are never just a number when you work for UniFirst. What sets us apart from all other companies is that we still function as a family run business. When you work for UniFirst, you’re family!
UniFirst Corporation has a strong history of promoting from within. In fact, most of UniFirst's Senior Managers have come from within the Company. Opportunities are endless for those individuals who possess a strong work ethic, a commitment to quality, and above all else, a passion for delivering quality customer service, both internally and externally.
Our culture is what makes UniFirst an organization that stands out from the rest. Are you interested in loving your job? Find out just how far a career with UniFirst can take you.
UniFirst offers a Fleet of Benefits, 50+ to be exact!
- RRSP with Company Match
- Profit Sharing
- Health Insurance
- Employee Assistance Program
- Life Insurance
- Supplemental Life Insurance
- Long Term Disability
- Sick Time
- Paid Holidays
- Direct Payroll Deposit
- Tuition Reimbursement
- 30% Employee Discount
- Employee Referral Program
UniFirst Corporation is currently seeking an Instructional Designer to join the Learning and Development department.
The Instructional Designer plans, designs, and implements innovative end-to-end entry, intermediate, and advanced level training courses or learning projects for an engaging learning experience for our employees. S/he is responsible for overseeing the creative direction and project management associated with the development of online, in person and hybrid courses. Areas of training content can vary from Leadership Development, Safety, Compliance, Human Resources, etc.
The Instructional Designer will also support and work with the subject matter experts designing the courses and the reviewers conducting the review of the courses. S/he will create a template for all courses and, as the project manager, will create the processes and procedures necessary for a smooth design and delivery process.
Identifies and plans appropriate instructional content design strategies and objectives, curriculum, learning activities, and assessment materials based on analysis of tasks, learners, and subject matter to engage and educate end users on processes, concepts, products, product features, or other various topics, ensuring the content matches the objectives.
• Develops training materials for instructors, such as online course instructional guides, master training documents, and facilitator guides.
• Confers with internal and external subject matter experts to identify and determine needs of the course and appropriate method of delivery based on what the end-users need to learn.
• Assists subject matter experts in translating content knowledge into a course design map leading to the final product of an online, in person or hybrid course.
• Develops and publishes interactive and engaging multimedia course content and instructional material for online delivery, including text, graphics, interactive elements, and rich media, using a variety of media and web content applications, audio, and video capture programs.
• Manages course development projects from inception to completion in accordance with instructional design principles.
• Determines, communicates, and manages scope of project, requirements, goals, and timeline.
• Demonstrates and utilizes effective needs analysis, project management, course development, and evaluation skills, as well as knowledge of how people learn and on how to help them learn better.
• Revises, rewrites, and structures content and activities to shape it for learning needs.
• Adapts instructional materials and creates media to support learning, e.g. visual aids for face-to-face and various multimedia for e-learning and online.
• Researches and maintains an understanding of teaching methods and tools; pursues and utilizes knowledge of emerging technologies, tools, and trends in education and learning strategies.