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Apr 24, 2024

Senior Instructional Designer

North America

Armis is looking for a few of the very best people in their field to join our A-team of big thinkers, doers, movers, and shakers. This unique opportunity truly offers the best of all worlds—start up culture, enterprise level benefits and security, and top pay for the industry. Got your attention yet? Good, keep reading, it only gets better.

Ok, so what exactly does Armis do?

Connected assets are growing at an explosive rate, across every industry and every geo. In today’s world of smart devices and BYOD, these assets come from every direction and are found in every possible environment and industry. And they’re critical to success for every enterprise. And because every single asset represents a very real potential vulnerability, they’re also the last line of defense against today’s sophisticated cyber criminals. 

Armis gives companies of every size—across every industry and geo—complete asset visibility, contextual intelligence, and continuous security. We have partnerships and integrations with the planet’s leading tech and cybersecurity players. And we’re building an incredibly smart and diverse global team of thought-leading technologists, creative visionaries and proven game changers who are ready to take Armis to the next level.

Location: This is a remote position and we are considering candidates from any major hub in the United States

At Armis, our Instructional Designers within the Global Customer Enablement team play a pivotal role. They design and develop high-caliber training content for our external customers. The Global Customer Enablement team functions as a collaborative unit, delivering comprehensive enablement programs and services to empower our customer-facing teams. We are a dedicated group, fostering a culture of going the extra mile to ensure customer success. Our team prides itself on the diverse range of skills and experience we bring to the table.

As a Sr. Instructional Designer, you would be responsible for:

  • Design, develop, and implement engaging and scalable training content across various modalities (e.g., e-learning, instructor-led (including technical labs) and performance support tools.
  • Partner with key stakeholders (Customer Success, Product, subject matter experts, and marketing, to name a few) to analyze customer needs and translate them into effective learning solutions.
  • Utilize adult learning principles, instructional design theory, and latest technologies to create engaging and interactive learning experiences.
  • Conduct needs assessments, develop and administer training assessments, and analyze learning data to measure the effectiveness of training programs.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams (content developers, graphic designers, LMS administrators) to ensure seamless development for training programs.
  • Develop and maintain clear and concise documentation for all training materials and processes.
  • Contribute to the continuous improvement of the customer enablement strategy and ensure alignment with business goals.
  • Present and explain training initiatives to internal and external stakeholders.



Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Instructional Design, Education, or a related field required.
  • Minimum 5 years of experience as an instructional designer, with a proven track record of success in designing and developing effective learning solutions.
  • Strong understanding of adult learning principles, instructional design theory, and various learning technologies.
  • Experience working in a global environment and adapting training programs for diverse audiences.
  • Excellent communication, collaboration, and interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines.
  • You are a self-starter who can navigate ambiguity and possess an ability to strategically prioritize workload with an agile mindset
  • You are an excellent communicator, collaborator, and teammate
  • You are passionate, flexible, highly organized, and always happy to do whatever it takes to get the job done.
  • Easily builds alignment, trust, and strong relationships across stakeholder organizations.
  • Strong technical writing and visual media skills. 
  • Travel up to 20%.
  • What will set you apart:  AI Base Content Development

 

Salary range guidance for this position is:   $117,000- $158,000.00

The salary range listed does not include other forms of compensation or benefits (e.g. i.e. stipend for transit/parking, bonuses, commissions, stocks, health insurance benefits, etc.) offered to candidates. Visit our careers site for more information on benefits at Armis.

The choices you make in your career journey matter. You want to do interesting work in an important field while also having time to live your life, which is why we place so much value in your life-work balance. Armis sets you up for success with comprehensive health benefits, discretionary time off, paid holidays including monthly me days, and a highly inclusive and diverse workplace. Put your unique experiences and perspective to work in an environment where they will enable you to thrive, grow, and live your life with integrity.

Armis is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We never discriminate based on race, ethnicity, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or any other legally protected (or not) status. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to submit satisfactory proof of identity and legal authorization.

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