The Intelligence Group at Leidos is seeking an Instructional Technologist to support a brand-new program with a classified government customer. This opportunity provides full-service conference planning, facilitation, instruction, and training and multimedia development support. Products will span the full gamut of technical interactivity from hard copy job aids to full, digital, immersive environments.
The Instructional Technologist facilitates the use of digital tools and methods in teaching, learning, and research via expert consulting, support, and direct implementation. The Instructional Technologist is actively engaged with both the technology and instructional support communities; expand and evolve their expertise in new digital tools, methods, and approaches as needed; and develop strong working relationships with colleagues. The Technologist assists faculty and school leadership in enhancing teaching and learning through the identification, evaluation, adoption, training, and implementation of instructional technologies into all course modalities. The Technologist promotes the faculty's use of instructional technology to ensure its successful incorporation into course delivery and will participate in instructional technology pilots and implementations. The Technologist will interpret the needs of faculty in relation to instructional technologies and be an advocate for faculty to the IT staff.
- Provides technical support for all online learning management systems and instructional technology initiatives to improve learning outcomes, facilitate technology-rich instruction, and advance curricular innovation
- Advocate and support the use of educational technology as part of curriculum delivery seeking out opportunities to enhance the learning experience with emerging technology
- Design, deliver, and assess educational technology training programs for various audiences using various media to maximize usage as well as to promote efficient use of the system; customize training programs according to customer needs
- Develops and conducts training workshops on instructional technology, and creates instructional materials for faculty and staff on the use of instructional technologies
- Troubleshoots and resolves instructional technology issues for faculty and staff
- Assist in the collection and analysis of data related to new technology initiatives, prepare reports, develop and participate in assessments related to the implementation of new technology tools.
- Gather data and draft summary reports
Required Education, Skills, and Experience:
- Must possess a current Top Secret Clearance; TS/SCI with polygraph preferred and eligibility to obtain is a must! This requires US Citizenship.
- Bachelor's degree or greater in instructional technology, instructional design, education, or a related field of study
- Experience working with learning management systems, support of technology for teaching and learning, or other related experience
- Experience working with instructional designers, subject matter experts, and instructors
- Must possess a solid understanding of academic technologies and trends, be a progressive thinker, and understand emerging instructional technology trends and advancements
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Leidos is a Fortune 500® technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader working to solve the world’s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, civil, and health markets. The company’s 45,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $14.4 billion for the fiscal year ended December 30, 2022. For more information, visit www.Leidos.com.
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