Are you passionate about growing leaders at Amazon and having global impact? Are you an expert at design/development of immersive, engaging game simulations and learning experiences that result in insights and actions to drive team/business transformation and growth?
If so, the Talent Management/Leadership Development team would like to hear from you! We are seeking an innovative, driven, analytical and creative Principal, eLearning Developer/Instructional Designer to lead, design and develop world class eLearning solutions for 40,000+ managers globally.
The successful candidate will leverage deep eLearning domain expertise and creative methodologies, such as developing scenario-based learning, simulation and gamification, to design, develop and implement cutting-edge digital learning solutions for leadership development. The successful candidate will possess an entrepreneurial mindset, including a high tolerance for ambiguity, a penchant for experimentation, and a bias for action. The candidate must be skilled at anticipating and resolving problems, managing multiple priorities, and communicating effectively with key senior leaders. The candidate must also have the advanced technical skills to develop highly interactive learning solutions. Specific responsibilities will include:
- Set the strategy to transform e-Learning solutions based on sound adult learning theory.
- Work with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), global internal customer groups, and source materials to design, develop and manage interactive, compelling and engaging online courses and learning interactions.
- Create and establish cross functional partnerships to influence and/or drive scalable global solutions.
- Continually evaluate solutions for quality, business impact, and scalability.
- Drive large-scale projects aligned to critical organizational goals.
- Maintain and continually expand knowledge of new digital learning approaches, technologies and tools through ongoing research and experimentation.
- Provide deep thought leadership and contributions to the Center of Excellence (COE).
- 25-40% travel required depending on project work.