Title: Learning Experience Designer, Innovations
Reports to: Director of Learning Solutions, Innovations
Location: Remote – anywhere in USA
To apply please submit resume, cover letter and links to two relevant work samples.
FranklinCovey is the world’s most trusted and impactful leadership company. Through our fast-growing All Access Pass (from $0 to over $120 million in annual recurring revenue in five years) our learning experiences reach millions of users from more than 2,000 client organizations around the world. Now, we are investing heavily in experiences that engage today’s learners so that they see life-changing value on the job—and so our clients see the culture transformation they need.
As a FranklinCovey learning experience designer, you’ll play a critical role in helping us capture learners’ interests to inspire and enable them to make meaningful behavior change. This requires exceptional creativity, critical thinking, powerful storytelling, and the ability to distill complex concepts into nuggets of clarity—not a cookie cutter instructional design approach cranking out more modules.
Our clients and learners are discerning and busy, so we need to draw them in with experiences as powerful and memorable as the best museum exhibit or advertising you’ve ever seen, regardless of format. To meet this high standard, you’ll have access to a host of creative collaborators as well as world renowned thought leaders and subject matter experts.
Essential Job Functions
- Design and build transformative learning experiences across modalities (e.g., instructor-led training, virtual instructor-led training, elearning, microlearning, and emerging formats)
- Collaborate with graphic designers, video producers, and a wide variety of stakeholders, communicating design rationale to achieve a coherent, high-impact product
- Review team members’ work to ensure quality at every step in the development process, offering constructive feedback to all stakeholders, from executives to peers to contractors
- Plan and execute small projects independently (including project management functions like scheduling and budget tracking); large projects will have project management support